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Recreation and Leisure Management Club

The Cheyney University Recreation, Health and Physical Education (RHPE) program prepares students to assume professional responsibility for meeting the recreational needs of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania the nation, and the world. The Recreation Program will develop students' skills in leadership, problem solving and decision making. Students will gain the knowledge about how the human body functions, how to motivate people, and how to develop human potential. Over the course of the program, students will develop a repertoire of creative, cultural, and leisure activities that can be used to become successful in any administrational setting. The undergraduate major in Recreation is designed to prepare recreation specialists for entry into the recreation and leisure occupations at the professional level.

The Recreation and Leisure Management (RLM) Club encompass the student leaders that represent the RHPE Department. The RLM Club is the extended recreational arm of the Cheyney University family, responsible for co-sponsorship of additional student activities like the Christmas party, the RLM picnic and other leisure activities; programming open to the entire campus and off-campus community. The RLM Club utilizes fundraising activities to assist majors with compliance to the leadership and programming course requirements. The RLM Club also actively work with other Cheyney University student organizations to bring professionals to the campus to engage the campus community.

Upcoming Events

  • Mechad Brooks (Glory Road) - Get Out the Vote
  • Al Shearer (Get Money) - Get Out the Vote
  • Homecoming -Concession Stand Fundraiser "Hip Hop Abs"
  • PSAHPERD Convention 11/20-11/23

RLM Club 2008/2009 Officers

  • Dexter Ryan, President
  • Kelven Quick, Vice President
  • William Crawford, Treasurer
  • Carmella Dorsey, Secretary
  • Darren Watson, Parliamentarian
  • Dontay Smith, Assistant Parliamentarian
  • Felicia Seamon, '00 Advisor