We have a lot of different organizations on campus. We have things that are more academic in scope. So if you're in the business school and you want to practice your sales, you can be part of the sales club. We have fundraising clubs like Hatterthon, where we raise money for the Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando. We have a beekeeping club, a gardening club, a scuba diving club. There's something for everyone.
My favorite place on campus, it's definitely the Hatter Harvest, our little gardening club. We have plots and we switch up what we're growing. So right now, for example, we have like corn, green beans, sweet potatoes. And it's just a really good way of like getting comfortable working in the dirt, and like kind of really seeing the fruits of your labor. I will say it's really easy for commuter students to still be involved on campus. It has never hindered my ability to be involved because I was a commuter. Honestly, I think the only thing right now that I couldn't do is be an RA, and that's because I don't live in residence hall.
As far as philanthropy goes. I would say that a lot of organizations at Stetson are really committed to that. We have several community service programs, you can actually get a certificate of community engagement. I am a part of Zeta Tau Alpha, which is one of our sororities here on campus. Our philanthropy is based off of breast cancer awareness. We're having super fun events to raise money for breast cancer awareness organizations. We're continuously trying to raise funds and planning for the year ahead. So I would definitely say Stetson, and just Greek life in specific, is super philanthropy based. Having that good feeling that you're helping the community where you are, you don't have to get something in return. It's giving back that's the satisfaction.