Student Organizations

The Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion encourages active membership in the departmental majors club (KHP Club). In addition, the Delta Sigma Chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa is the Troy University chapter of the national professional fraternity for health, physical education, recreation, sport and fitness management, or related fields.

KHP Club

KHP Club Mission 
The Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion Club (KHP Club) is an organization comprised of students majoring in Physical Education and Sport and Fitness Management undergraduate programs at Troy University. The KHP club aims to help undergraduate students increase their professionalism through service, training, and networking opportunities.

Download the KHP Club Membership Form


2017-2018 KHP Club Officers

President (Fall): Zach Sexton  
zsexton@troy.edu

Vice President: Brooke Bishop
bbishop142886@troy.edu

Treasurer: Stephen Householder
shouseholder@troy.edu

Secretary: John Rhodes
jrhodes@troy.edu

Public Relations: Nicole Wallace 
nwallace105980@troy.edu


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Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity was founded on April 12, 1913, at the Normal College of the American Gymnastic Union in Indianapolis, Indiana. Fourteen students of the college became the charter members of the Fraternity and in the following month the first pledge class was initiated. Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity is a national professional fraternity for persons engaged in or pursuing careers in health, physical education, recreation, sport and fitness management, or related fields. The professional fraternity provides lifelong association with persons who engage in the same field of endeavor. Phi Epsilon Kappa renders benefits to its members throughout their lives in the form of valuable friendships, and professional as well as social contacts.

Visit the Phi Epsilon Kappa Website: http://www.phiepsilonkappa.org