Club Connect: Meet the... Stockton Pep Band & Color Guard

The Pep Band and Color Guard is just one of over 200 ways to get involved at Stockton University.

The Pep Band and Color Guard is just one of over 200 ways to get involved at Stockton University.

Galloway, N.J. – A new wave of musical and visual enthusiasm has entered campus through the Pep Band and Color Guard Club.

The founder, Emma Gibson, is a passionate Music major who aims to create a vibrant community and shared a little about the exciting journey that lies ahead.  

Looking ahead, the Stockton Pep Band and Color Guard is gearing up for its first full semester on campus. Although specific events are yet to be planned, members are eager to grow together, bringing the joy of music and performance to the Stockton community. Join them on OspreyHub and follow them on Instagram to stay up to date! 

Before transferring to Stockton [University], I looked through colleges and universities not only to see what academics they offered but also what clubs they had. As an incoming music major, I was looking for something like this but there was nothing,” Gibson said. Being a part of the pep band, marching band, and indoor color guard in high school was so much fun and I've created so many memories because I participated in them. I wanted to create the opportunity for myself, current students, and future students to continue their experience in an environment that we enjoy.” 

The Stockton Pep Band and Color Guard welcomes individuals with a deep commitment to music, performance and a genuine desire to enhance school spirit. Whether an instrumentalist, color guard performer, twirler, dancer, or pom-pom enthusiast, the club seeks passionate and dedicated members ready to contribute to the vibrant ensemble.

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There are over 200 ways for students at Stockton University to get involved – explore the clubs and organizations on campus by checking out the twice-a-year Get Involved Fair or through OspreyHub. 

– Story and photo by Lizzie Nealis