Student activities and organizations
Concordia's student activites council (SAC) has a great history of bringing the campus together and finding ways to make life at university even more rewarding -- and, well, fun. The leadership and service of SAC members has traditionally been some of the best and most memorable in the life of the university.
Annual Student Activities Fair
The Student Activity Fair is held the first week of school so that recognized student organizations can meet and share information with the student body. Businesses and service organizations from the community are also invited to set up a table and let the students know how they can become involved in the community and services they have to offer.
Clubs and activities at Concordia
Organizations are one way for students to get involved on campus. Many students join clubs that are related to their program of study, while others join help with projects on campus, or to work and serve with students beyond the classroom. From pre-professional to service-oriented groups, more than 25 different organizations offer an array of activities on and off campus.
Facilitates health and safety activities for the Concordia campus community.
CASE (Concordia Association of Students in Education)
Builds unity among education students by providing service & learning opportunities.
Catholics at Concordia
Promote school spirit at Concordia's home football & basketball games.
Community Restoration Committee (CRC)
Provide fair and just discipline through peer accountability in order to implement restoration and reconciliation in a loving Christian environment.
Serves youth in the church and communities through lock-ins and youth nights.
Provides students with a medium of expression through drama. Curtain Club members also have the opportunity to become members of a selective theatre honor society, Alpha Psi Omega.
Provides opportunities for athletes to grow in their faith.
Provides leadership opportunities through service to others; regularly helps build houses over spring break.
HHP Club (Health & Human Performance Club)
NAƒME (National Association of Music Educators)
Mission-Minded Students (MMS)
Raises awareness of opportunities in mission work and participates in a mission experience.
Ongoing Ambassadors for Christ (OAFC)
Provides opportunities for people to share their Christian faith through singing, puppet shows, dramas, personal witness, Bible study, door-to-door witnessing, nursing home visits, and worship services.
Develops leadership, organization and presentation skills by educating students on alcohol and other topics.
Provides musical entertainment at most home football and basketball games; also travels to play for the CIT tournament.
Phi Beta Lambda is Concordia's business club, with membership open to business majors and non-majors alike. Members develop leadership, teamwork and communication skills through active participation with fellow students, the community and the church.
Phi Epsilon Kappa (HHP Honorary)
Pi Kappa Delta
Promotes better communication and educational practices, development of forensics educators, and comprehensive forensic programming.
Provides education and information for students entering health & medical professions.
The Pre-sem Club promotes fellowship, education, spirituality, maturity and faith for those who seek to be pastors in The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Members sponsor activities and retreats and participate in service events on and off campus.
R.A.C.E. (Restoring Awareness Culturally and Ethnically)
R.A.C.E highlights racial and ethnical diversity and provides a venue for students of any background to discuss issues on campus that relate to finding a "voice" when in a minority.
Provides a wholesome and well-rounded program of campus activities and recreation while promoting and stimulating growth of the individual student spiritually, socially and culturally.
Encourages scholarship in English through publications, readings and activities.
Concordia's student newspaper provides news, information and a forum for the free expression of opinions to CUNE students.
Competes on the national circuit in speech and debate and helps foster speech and debate for high school students.
Using Christian principles, this group regulates matters pertaining to student life which do not fall under the jurisdiction of the university administration and faculty/staff. Works to develop a spirit of unity among students and increase the student's sense of responsibility.
Represents and encourages fellowship among students with families.
Provides assistance for worship life at Concordia and promotes and encourages high standards of Christian living among the students and faculty.
Documents life at Concordia, one year at a time.