Graceland University has over 40 clubs and organizations for students. There's something for everyone! Did you know belonging to something significant and worthwhile is a key component to satisfaction in college? Clubs and organizations are primarily student initiated and student-driven. It is very possible that if you have a special interest, there is already a club or organization devoted to that area.
Interested in starting a group? Simply find a sponsor and contact the Student Activities office. The Council of Student Life Committee meets weekly to approve charters.
Clubs and Organizations by category
*Note on reading: the sponsor is listed after the club or organization's name.
- Agricultural Business Club (Max Pitt, Justin Akers)
- Art Student Society (Karen Gergely)
- Association for Computing Machinery - ACM (Kevin Brunner) Computer technologies, robotics and game programming
- Automotive Club (Jeff McElroy)
- Book Club (Catherine Clifford)
- Broadway Dance (Tracy Salter)
- Communications (Brooke Sutherland)
- Criminal Justice Club (Jessica Ziegler)
- Dedicated Academic Parents (Pat Hoffman)
- Drummers at GU (Melinda Leoce)
- Film Club (Jennifer McBroom)
- Graceland Student Education Association (Jane Hall Chaillie)
- Graceland Players (Tracy Salter)
- Health & Movement Science Club (Jessica Wallace)
- History Club (John Franklin)
- IMPROV Troupe (Tracy Salter)
- National Association for Music Educators (NAFME) (Sara Blessing)
- No Strings Attached (Sara Blessing)
- Nursing Club (Shelly Schaefer)
- Omicron Delta Epsilon (Rob Poulton)
- Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society (John Franklin)
- Pottery Club (Brett Beasley)
- Pre-Med Club (Daniel Pratt)
- Science Club (Daniel Pratt)
- Student Athletic Trainer's Association - SATA (Erin Lundy)
- The Vespiary (Isaac Pressnell)
**Graceland University is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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