University of Findlay Circle K
Circle K began as one man's dream to enable the success of local collegians. Though Jay N. Emerson died on June 12, 1947, before his dream become a reality, his vision of a collegiate-level, international youth organization will live on forever.
Circle K's structure was established with the following objectives:
- To provide an opportunity for capable, ambitious, and worthy young men to acquire a college education by assisting them, where necessary, with their financial problems; by means of a scholarship fund, if available, or securing part-time employment.
- To afford members a useful training in the social graces and the development of a well-rounded personality.
- To promote good fellowship and high scholarship within the group.
- To develop in the members a thinking and aggressive citizenship and the Kiwanis spirit of service for the improvement of all human relationships on the campus, in the community, state, and nation.
The University of Findlay Circle K Club meets on the second and fourth Thursday of the month at 5:00 PM in Malcolm Dining Hall.
Visit the University of Findlay Circle K on