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Concordia College has something for everyone when it comes to expanding and deepening your experience beyond the classroom. Choose from dozens of registered student clubs and organizations that span most mainstream interests found on any college campus. Whether it’s putting your skills and knowledge to work through active participation or leadership, or simply joining for the enjoyment, the options are diverse and plentiful at Concordia.
We encourage every student to find some co-curricular activity to become involved in. You can learn a lot, connect with fellow students, develop all-important leadership skills or just explore.
Stay active, exercise your competitive streak, or generally just have fun participating on one the many intramural teams. Programs are available both semesters and throughout the summer.
Choose a fraternity or sorority that fits your style. Concordia also features co-ed greek organizations with a track record of creating leaders through fellowship and personal growth.
Depending on what you're studying or your academic interest, there's a group of fellow students and adviors to share your experiences with. Pick a subject, and pick an organization that will help you excel.
Check out these student organizations and clubs to find ones that will take your Concordia College experience to another level.
Alpha Mu Gamma is the national collegiate foreign language honor society of the United States, founded in 1931. More than 300 charters have been granted to chapters in the United States. Chapters are found both in state and private universities and in public and private two-and four-year colleges.
Alpha Sigma Chis is an all-female organization designed to promote unity and sisterhood among its members. The sorority organizes activities on campus that raise awareness of relevant issues and promotes a communal spirit for the entire campus.
Alpha Sigma Lambda is the National Honor Society for continuing and adult education. Its aim is to recognize the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing the sometimes challenging and competing interests of home and work. Alpha Sigma Lambda is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship and recognizes high scholastic achievement in an adult student’s career.
Beautiful Feet is a Christian mission network that trains students and adults to assist in spreading the gospel. Concordia students participate in an annual three-day conference with other students, staff, clergy, church workers, missionaries, and presenters from colleges and universities in the Concordia University System, learning how to use the talents our Creator has given to us to help our local and global communities.
The vision of the Biology Club is to help club members understand biological sciences at a deeper level. Its goals range from stirring interest in those who are curious about science and/or biological professions, to helping ensure biology students are prepared to enter graduate school or the workforce when they graduate from Concordia.
Campus Christian Ministries is an organization of students who create opportunities to enhance spirituality among themselves and the campus community. The group sponsors Bible studies, student-led worship services, prayer chains, and spiritual retreats. People with a love for the Lord and a desire to serve Him in a multitude of ways are welcomed.
The Concordia College cheerleaders cheer and perform at half-time of all home Clippers basketball games. They also perform during Homecoming Weekend in the fall and at various events throughout the year. Check with the Athletics Director for information on tryouts and additional details.
The Commuter Council is an organization that helps to keep commuters connected to campus. By collaborating with the Student Life Office and the Student Government Association, the Commuter Council acts on behalf of commuter students, representing them by voicing their concerns and ideas. The Commuter Council also aims to create a social environment through which commuters can meet other students.
Delta Omega Pi is a fraternal organization which seeks to nurture the academic, social, physical, and emotional lives of its members. Fraternity programs and activities are planned for the benefit and progress of the community, the College campus, and the brothers of Delta Omega Pi. This organization is open to all male students of Concordia College.
Hug Nation is a club designed to spread love and optimism on campus and its goal is to model a home away from home for the student body. Hug Nation strives to spread joy throughout campus by hosting fun activities like the well-known Hug Nation t-shirt day. The motto the club has come to be known by is "Love, peace and happiness!"
The Inter-Greek Council of Concordia College is the governing body of all Greek Lettered organizations on the campus. The Council promotes the growth and development of all Greek organizations through team building, community service and leadership development.
This diverse group of students is interested in learning about other cultures through a variety of activities, including social gatherings both on and off campus, "conversation partners" program, and the international potluck dinner.
Intramural sports and recreation give students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to participate in various sporting and leisure activities by providing safe, organized, and friendly competition. Events include soccer, European handball, floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, beach volleyball, softball, baseball, and flag football.
Kappa Delta Pi is the International Honor Society in Education established to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. Its mission is to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership and service.
This Multicultural Club promotes unity among diverse cultures through integrated awareness of one another. Activities include talent shows, international dinners, an opera concert, gospel choir, fashion shows and various festivals.
The Music and Talent Club brings students together who love and appreciate music and the performing arts. Members of this span the diverse music categories they like, and enjoy sharing and educating one another on other musical genres and the cultures that surround music.
With a membership of approximately 50,000 nationwide, the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA) mentors the professional development of future nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities, and career guidance. For more information, visit the NSNA’s website at www.nsna.org.
The Nursing National Honor Society’s goal is to strengthen the commitment to the ideals and purposes of the nursing profession by fostering high professional standards. Join students who demonstrate superior achievement in leadership, academics and professionalism in the pursuit and furthering of the nursing profession.
Omega Psi Eta, Concordia’s first co-ed fraternity, is a social and service-based Greek organization that promotes a family atmosphere among its diverse group of members. Members of this organization are very active and hold various leadership positions on campus. This organization is open to all students of Concordia College.
The Psychology Club is full of exciting and mind-teasing discussion. The club brings together any student who has a passion for or an interest in psychology. It's also used as a resource for possible internship and career paths in the field of psychology.
The Social Work Club engages in issue-focused, campus-wide activities (seminars, discussion groups, field/agency visits, etc.) in areas such as the developmentally disabled, child abuse, battering, alcoholism, and drug dependency. Occasional events are planned with neighboring college social work programs. Club activities enhance preparations for social work practice and personal growth.
The Student Activities Board plans and organizes many multicultural social, recreational and educational campus events for students and the entire Concordia community. Students interested in developing and executing successful all-campus activities are encouraged to join.
Theta Zeta Upsilon is one of two sororities on Concordia's campus and is a place where women can express themselves. Many sisters come from far away and do not have the chance to go home every very frequently, so Theta is their at-school family. Theta is a chance for sisters to grow.
Singing and music are a part of our culture at Concordia. Some of our choirs require auditions; others, simply the time. If you have a passion for singing, there’s a chorus for you to join at Concordia College.
The Concordia Tour Choir is an intermediate level audition-only choral ensemble for 24-30 students. Members of the Tour Choir should have previous choral ensemble experience and be proficient or developing music readers.
Tour Choir has a variety of responsibilities including singing in chapel services, concerts, worship services, and tour.
Students interested in auditioning for the Tour Choir will need to prepare a solo song, or hymn.
Rehearsals are TH from 8:00 – 10:00 pm in the fall and spring semesters.
The Concordia GospelKnights is an un-auditioned choral ensemble open to all students, faculty, staff and community members interested in singing, playing, or dancing. Members of the GospelKnights not only sing, but incorporate movement and spoken word into their performances. The choir has a variety of responsibilities including singing in chapel services, concerts, and worship services both on- and off-campus. There is a course fee attached to GospelKnights of $50. It is strongly encouraged that all students be concurrently enrolled in voice lessons.
Students interested in GospelKnights simply need to sign-up for the choir with their advisor.
Rehearsals are M and TH from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the fall semester.
The Concordia Women’s Chorale is an un-auditioned choral ensemble for treble voices open to all students, faculty, staff and community members. The ensemble will teach basic music reading and notation skills. The Women’s Chorale has a variety of responsibilities throughout the fall semester including singing in chapel services, worship services, and the Winter Concert. There is a $25 course fee attached to help defray the cost of music. It is strongly encouraged that all students be concurrently enrolled in voice lessons.
Students interested in Women’s Chorale simply need to sign-up for the choir with their advisor.
Rehearsals are W and TH from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the fall semester.
The Concordia Men’s Glee is an un-auditioned choral ensemble for non-treble voices open to all students, faculty, staff and community members. The ensemble will teach basic music reading and notation skills. The Men’s Glee has a variety of responsibilities throughout the fall semester including singing in chapel services, worship services, and the Winter Concert. There is a $25 course fee attached to help defray the cost of music. It is strongly encouraged that all students be concurrently enrolled in voice lessons.
Students interested in Men’s Glee simply need to sign-up for the choir with their advisor.