Student organizations and campus clubs offer opportunities for students to share similar interests while enhancing skills, which can bolster resumes, references, and scholarship applications.
- Student Government Association
- Student Activities Board
- Multicultural Resource Center
- MUSH Literary Magazine
All clubs must submit registrations forms each year to be active.
To create a campus club, you need:
- a constitution stating the club's purpose and meeting schedule
- an election of four student officers
- a faculty or staff advisor
Officially chartered clubs can request up to $500 from the Student Government Association and utilize campus resources such as meeting rooms and bulletin boards.
For additional information, please contact:
Student Government Association
Registered Clubs 2015-16
Creative Writers' Lounge
- Primary Contact: Michaela Bargender
- Advisor: Jill Stukenberg
Description: To provide a club that brings together people that share an interest in writing.
CRU – Campus Crusade for Christ
- Primary Contact: Dylan Resch
- Advisor: Ellen Kemnitz
- Description: An organization of students interested in marketing and business who test their skills in DECA competitions.
Non-Traditional Student's Club
- Description: to enhance academic and social opportunities for non-traditional students.
- Primary Contact: Shawn Igers
Tabletop Gaming Club