Opportunities in and out of the classroom

Student Senate

The Student Senate currently meets every Tuesday night at 6 p.m. in TLEC Lecture Hall. Student Senate is the governing organization for the student body at Concordia University.

Circle K

Circle K International is the world’s largest collegiate-level service organization. Circle K clubs on college and university campuses provide students with the opportunity to participate in organized volunteer activities providing needed service to individuals, families, agencies, and communities. Results of joining together to perform service in a Circle K club include fellowship and the opportunity to develop leadership skills. Circle K is a sponsored program of Kiwanis International, a community-service organization for professional men and women. There are Circle K clubs on more than 525 college and university campuses worldwide with more than 11,000 student members. Each Circle K club is sponsored by one or more local Kiwanis clubs. This relationship provides students the opportunities to interact with professionals within the community. Joint service projects, meetings, and other events are generally conducted each year, joining together the efforts of community and campus leaders.

The Concordia Circle K club belongs to the Nebraska-Iowa district. Circle K International is completely student-run organization. There are club officers, district officers elected at a district convention each year, and international officers elected at the annual international convention. The international board consists of a president, secretary, and nine international trustees. They all work together to better the organization as a whole.

Circle K Pledge: I pledge to uphold the objects of Circle K International. To foster compassion and good will towards others through service and leadership, to develop my abilities and the abilities of all people, and to dedicate myself to the realization of mankind’s potential.

Circle K Motto: We Build