Clubs and Organizations are an important part of student life at Concordia University Texas and play a large role in campus programming and events. Students interested in starting a group are encouraged to contact Student Services via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to get started.
The policies and procedures governing student clubs and organizations can be found in the Student Organizations Handbook published each year by the Office of Student Services.
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Note: Outside businesses or organizations who wish to connect with these groups should contact the Office of Student Services rather than contacting the group directly.
The Executives is a business club focused on “Building on One Another for a Brighter Future.” We have meetings once a week on Thursdays at 7pm in room D224. Some of our activities include: CEO luncheons with businesses around the area, plan activities for the school such as our annual Octoberfest, host guest speakers, and plan fun activities like movie nights. It is a great opportunity to meet others in your major, make connections with friends and others in the community, and grow your resume. Contact email@example.com for more information.
We exist to help students celebrate and participate in their calling in Christ to make disciples of all nations. Our goal is to bless others through time spent in worship and prayer, random acts of kindness, service activities, and mission trips. We meet on the first and third Monday of each month in the Service-Learning room (F-201). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We as the CTX Christian Brothers Club have a goal to develop lifelong friendships through a brotherhood of Christ. Our theme verse is Psalm 133:1; using this as our guideline we are going to dwell in unity. The Christian Brothers will complete 2 yearly service projects among other monthly events that will spread our name across campus in a great way. Contact email@example.com for more information.
We exist out of a common interest in anything historical and cultivating a passion for the past. Our group is open to all students interested in the past and not just history majors. Ultimately, the CTX History Club enjoys going to museums, Renaissance Festivals, and historical sites as well as hosting movie nights and themed parties. The group also serves the community through sharing the love of history. You don't have to be good at history to join. Interested members just need a slight interest in anything in the past from the beginning of time until now. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are a group of young ladies that attend CTX and like to support our baseball team. We do so by trying to bring out as many people as possible to home games, and by sending "goodies" on the road with our boys. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Student Nurses Association
We are an organization dedicated to serving others with a focus on health associated issues. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)
We are an NCAA committee dedicated to promoting student-athlete well-being on campus, and enhancing the student-athlete experience as a whole. SAAC aims to accomplish these goals by supporting the interests of student athletes, looking into the issues faced by student-athletes, providing opportunities for community service and personal development, as well as promoting athletic events. SAAC also finds it a priority to invest in academics by finding ways to help student-athletes succeed in the classroom. All of this is done in the spirit of the Division III philosophy: "Discover, Develop, Dedicate." Contact email@example.com for more information.
Money Revolution aims to create a movement of college students who seek to be wise and generous with their cash. Throughout the year we will be hosting presentations, surveys, and fun activities in order to get students excited for saving. We believe in freedom of choice, and we hope to make that right possible by inspiring each other to make positive changes with money. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Society for Human Resource Management
The Student Chapter of SHRM at Concordia is an affiliate of the national Society for Human Resource Management. Our chapter is a group of undergraduate students all sharing a common interest in Human Resources. Along with many other universities across the country, our chapter provides students with networking, guidance, and leadership skills needed to advance their professional careers. All members of the Student Chapter of SHRM at Concordia have the opportunity to expand their skills and marketability. SHRM is open to all majors as we believe ALL students will need to understand Human Resources to be successful in the real world. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
We exist to present coaches and athletes, and all whom they influence, with the challenge and adventure of having Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the Church. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Association for Computing Machinery
We seek to improve appreciation for, and understanding of, computer machinery both at Concordia University Texas and the greater Austin area. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Concordia Youth Ministry
CYM exists to share the love of Christ with youth. Though we do this in many ways, our primary function is to prepare and lead lock-ins with high-school-aged and middle-school-aged youth at churches throughout Texas. There are different teams of students that are responsible for leading the lock-ins each weekend. If you are interested in this ministry, we would love to get you connected with a team! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are a peer education group whose mission is to educate students about healthy lifestyle choices on and off campus through innovative and fun programs. In the past, CTX A.L.I.V.E. has hosted programs to promote less stress during finals week and healthy relationships. In the future the group will being hosting more programs that range in topics such as alcohol abuse to body image. Contact email@example.com for more information.
We are a girls fellowship group on campus that is affiliated with the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. Our purpose is to provide a Christian group for girls that is supportive and encouraging of our faith. We also make it our purpose to hold a time of community with each other in a fun and positive environment. We hold weekly Bible studies in Housing every Wednesday night at 9:00PM. We also hold monthly events that include, but are not limited to: service projects, retreats, and pool parties. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Communication Club is for CTX students who have an interest in getting involved with the plentiful communication opportunities on campus. Whether you feel you would enjoy contributing through persusive speech competition (Persuasion Contagion), movie critiques, Tornado Radio, "The Monthly Spin" (student newspaper), meeting members of the community with professional communication careers, or just getting to know your fellow commies and professors, we'd love to have you check us out! Contact email@example.com for more information. Explore their website: www.ctxtalk.com
"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." - Proverbs 22:6 The CTX Education Club seeks to provide opportunities for fellowship amongst teacher candidates and seeks to aid in the professional development of these individuals. In addition to this, we continually take advantage of service opportunities on our campus and within our local community. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Biology Club is an open club to which anyone interested in studying, researching and discussing biologically relevant scientific topics may join. Open meetings are held weekly and new members are encouraged to join at any point during the semester. It is not necessary for attendees to join the club, so anyone wanting to come observe and further the extent of their biological knowledge may attend meetings. The club also participates in fun extracurricular activities such as camping trips, bowling, lake trips for fun and research trips to Austin's Greenbelt and many lake and stream systems. This club is great for future medical professionals as well as future researchers! Tell all your friends and we hope to see you all at our future meetings! Contact email@example.com for more information.
Join us for an opportunity to socialize while improving your craft skills and giving back to the community in a creative way. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ratio Christi CTX
Our group exists to strengthen and share the Christian faith on campus through meetings and activities. We discuss the Christian faith and questions that people have about the faith. Activities include hearing from various apologists in debates, Q&A's, and/or presentations. Contact email@example.com for more information.
The Anime Club is a social club operating here in Concordia based on the phenomena of Japanese Animation. At the anime club, we hold viewings, video game tournaments, attend the latest anime premieres and even conventions. We hold viewings usually at 1:00 PM on Saturdays at C-220. Before any series is viewed, it is first screened for appropriate viewing by the Club President. You don't have to be an avid anime fan to join, you can just be a little curious about the genre to check it out! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.