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Clubs & Organizations

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It's been said that college is more than just going to class. With over 80 student clubs and organizations to choose from, there's a way for students (traditional and non-traditional) to get involved.

Getting involved is a great way to hone those leadership skills, build your résumé, or even make friends you'll remember for life. St. Ambrose students contribute to their communities (campus, local, regional, national and international) proudly.

Interested in learning more? Click on the headings below to find out more!

Want to start your own club? Click here to learn more

To find out times of club meetings or specific club/organization contact information, contact the Student Activities Office.

Academic & Professional

(pertains to an academic field)

Cultural

Honor Society

    (special membership requirements)
  • Alpha Chi (general honor)
  • Beta Beta Beta (biology)
  • Delta Epsilon Sigma (Catholic honor)
  • Delta Mu Delta (business management)
  • Kappa Delta Pi (education)
  • Omicron Delta Kappa (general honor)
  • Phi Alpha (social work)
  • Phi Alpha Delta (pre-law)
  • Phi Alpha Theta (history)
  • Phi Eta Sigma (general honor)
  • Pi Theta Epsilon (occupational therapy)
  • Psi Chi (psychology)
  • Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish)
  • Triota (women and gender studies)

Recreational

(Provides recreational opportunities; not defined as a varsity sport.)

  • See a complete listing of Club Sports

Service & Advocacy (contributes to the SAU community and/or the greater community)

      • Teaching and Promoting all Disability and Awareness (ADAPT)
      • Ambrosians for Peace & Justice (APJ)
      • Bee A Big (Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley)
      • Circle K
      • Dance Marathon
      • Habitat for Humanity
      • Mind/Body (formally Active Minds)
      • Student Against Destructive Decisions (SAAD)
      • Sexual Assault Awareness Team (SAAT)
      • Students Making a Difference (formerly Amnesty International)
      • Students Promoting Academic Integrity (SPAI)
      • P.R.I.S.M. (formally know as S.O.U.P. - Students Organized as United People)
      • TOMS Club

Special Interest