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Find yourself in one of Concordia's

Student clubs at Concordia College

offer lots of ways for you to expand and deepen your experience beyond the classroom. Whether you want to put your special talents or experience to work, hone your leadership skills, or just explore and meet new people, pick one of Concordia's registered clubs and organizations and join!

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Find a club or student organization that will take your Concordia College experience to the next level.

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.

The Book Club meets twice a month for wide-ranging discussions on books chosen by vote. With membership comprising both students and faculty, the club provides a safe environment for free expression of opinions on books and their relation to modern society. Baked goods at every meeting!


The Business Club seeks to further educate members on various facets of business ventures and concepts. The Club's members have opportunities to visit examples of well-functioning businesses and corporations, and to hear from experienced business professionals at speaking and networking events. The Club also connects members with internship and job opportunities for after college.

Campus Christian Ministries is a Christian community inclusive to all. The club creates campus events that provide a safe and welcoming space for Concordia’s students, faculty and staff. The club’s mission is to enhance the spirituality among members and the campus community through activities including Bible study, Pizza with Pastors, Operation Christmas Child and other service opportunities, morning reflection leadership and spiritual retreats. CCM provides members with a support system, a space to talk about faith, and life-long friends.


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

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.

Part of the Student Veterans of America national coalition, Concordia's Veterans Club creates a welcoming and supportive community for the veterans, reservists, survivors and family members on campus. The club is active in local veterans events. 

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Like to sing? There's a place for you in the Concordia Community Choir! The Choir is open to every registered Concordia student. Directed by George Heath '00 and accompanied by Concordia faculty pianist Jon Klibinoff, the Choir represents the College at venues throughout the region, performing sacred and popular repertoire.


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From performance opportunities to private instrument and voice lessons, to composition classes in a digital music lab, the amazing faculty and facilities of the renowned Concordia Conservatory community music school are available to all Concordia College students. 


Top 10 reasons to

1. Explore interests

2. Meet people

3. Build your resume

4. Network professionally

5. Break from studies

6. Get more from Concordia

7. Gain valuable skills

8. Make new friends

9. Improve time management

10. Make your mark on Concordia