Membership Meeting Updates

In an effort to have enough time for speakers and networking opportunities at the monthly SRBA Membership meetings, the meeting time has been extended, effective on March 20, 2013.

The meeting will begin with lunch and networking at 11:45am. Next, the guest speaker will begin their presentation promptly at Noon, speaking for approximately 25 minutes. The remainder of the SRBA meeting will be from about 12:25-1pm, with the reports, updates, and news/events.

Clearly, some members only have 1 hour for lunch, and Noon may be a busy time to get away. Please feel free to attend in the time that is convenient for you. Lunch will be available throughout the meeting, and it is perfectly fine to arrive late or leave early!

Upcoming Meetings


Feb 19 NexTier Community Room hosted by NexTierBank, speaker iSlippery Rock App

March 19 Inferno Pizziera--to be held at their location!!!

April 16 Slippery Rock Giant Eagle--to be held at their location!!

May 21 NexTier Community Room hosted by Minuteman Press, speaker Community Auto

June 18 SGA Bookstore--to be held at their location!!!

July 16 Picnic location & time to be announced

Aug 20 Roosters Cafe--to be held at their location

Sept 17 NexTier Community Room hosted by SRU Federal Credit Union

Oct 15 Nextier Community Room need a host, speaker Debbie Crum-BCTCB

Nov 19 NexTier Community Room hosted by Prudential Preferred Realty

Dec 17 Holiday Party location & time to be announced


2014 Freshmen Orientation Dates for Slippery Rock University

April 12 April 26 May 3

June 17, 20, 24, & 27



This is the perfect opportunity to showcase your business to incoming freshmen!  Contact Beth Thompson at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  
and bring flyers to her to distribute to the students & their families!






Slippery Rock: The Story Behind the Name


In 1779, Col. Daniel Brodhead was in command of Fort Pitt at the present site of the city of Pittsburgh. Col. Brodhead begged Gen. George Washington to allow him to lead an expedition against the Seneca Indians who were raiding settlements in the area. The troops encountered the Indians and were forced to flee for their lives.