SPARC (Serial Programming to Advance a Responsible Community) is one of the most active student groups on campus. Aiming to create programming that educates Fordham Lincoln Center students, SPARC dedicates each month of the academic year to a particular topic. Various topics have included healthy relationships, alcohol and other drug education, New York City, and diversity. It is SPARC’s goal to educate and inform students of these issues which affect us all as individuals and as a community.
Some of SPARC’s Fall Semester events included:
- Museum of Modern Art Evening
- Random Acts of Kindness
- Movie Tours & Outings
- Book Discussions on Alcohol and Other Drug Awareness
- Upright Citizens Brigade
- Haunted House Outing
- Lupus Awareness
- Dance Classes
- Multi-Cultural Dinners
- Ugly Christmas Sweater Dinner
- Fundraisers for the Free Institute and holiday family.
- And More!!!
There are two ways to get involve with SPARC. One, attend the SPARC events and functions. These are always posted in the Weekly Calendar and throughout the University. Two, email SPARC at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask how to get involved! From there, we can help you become apart of the volunteer team.
Look for SPARC’s events in the Weekly Calendar!!!
For more information on SPARC …contact Jackie Perrone, Executive Chair of SPARC, at email@example.com.