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Cultural Clubs

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Meet students that share your social, political, and cultural interests by joining a student organization! Whether it's poetry, dancing, advocacy, anime, or hiking, there's a club for every interest. Every group hosts programs during the academic year that contribute to the lively campus community. All groups are open to all undergraduate students. Join a group to learn more about yourself, people from different backgrounds, and create a community of lasting friendships:

For more information please contact Student Activities Office at 563-333-6023 or stop by the Student Activities office, Rogalski Center, first floor.

Military & Veterans Organization (MAVO)

An all-inclusive organization whose goals are to foster espirt de corps among military veterans, friends and family, while promoting and understanding issues that apply to those members. We hope to support and educate members as well as faculty and students on the St. Ambrose campus. Website

Model UN Society

For students to gain an understanding of the operations, governance and problems that face the United Nations and the world today. While identifying these, the students will formulate their own perspectives and develop a more intimate knowledge and education of current events while  at the same time debating these issues and events with others. Website

Multicultural Affairs Community Action (MACA)

The mission of MACA is to promote cultural, spiritual, educational, and social growth by providing opportunities to develop organizational and leadership skills and coordinating campus-wide activities and events and activities. It is open to all students without regard to race, color, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, national origin and religious affiliation. Website

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

The purpose of this club is to insure the political, educational, social, and economical equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. At St. Ambrose University, the club exists to ensure the safety and equality of student, faculty, and staff treatment while on campus. The students involved in the club and its affiliates aim to promote a positive enviornment on the campus of St. Ambrose University for people of all races and eliminate racial bias. National NAACP Website

Saudi Student Association

The purpose of this club is to share Saudi Arabian Culture within the SAU Campus while supporting the needs for Saudi Arabian Students. This club is open to all students.