The Office of Student Activities oversees all student organizations and views their efforts as an important extension of Concordia University’s mission of developing Christian leaders. Student organizations provide leadership opportunities, facilitate community, and encourage life-long learning. Involvement in a student organization also helps provide students with a great way to get involved on campus.
How do I Start a Student Organization?
Students interested in starting a group are encouraged to click the links below to learn about the chartering process.
2018-2019 Student Organizations
Note: Outside businesses or organizations who wish to connect with these groups should contact the Office of Student Activities rather than contacting the group directly.
|Behavioral Sciences Club||Gisselle Guajardo|
|Black Student Union||Markell Irvin|
|Communication Club||De'Marian Wright|
|Concordia Veterans Corps (CTX CVC)||Alex Ramirez|
|CTX ALIVE (All Lives are Important, Valued, & Equal)||Krista Gehlhausen|
|DCE Club||Sydney Kertz and Chad Garner|
|Education Club||Grace Gunther|
|Emerging Professionals||Heden Uresti|
|FCA||Kayla Carlove and Shelby Franco|
|German Culture Club||Sky Ravenscroft|
|Helping Hands||Grace Gunther|
|History Club||Bryce Kenedy|
|International English Honors Society (Sigma Tau Delta - Alpha Si Mu)||Kinsley Fisher|
|Latin@ Association||Gisselle Guajardo|
|Mission Club||Grace Nemec|
|Music Creators||Michael Zapata|
|Science Club||Alyssa Mitsdarffer|
|Student Government and Leadership Association||SGLA Website|
|Student Nurses Association (SNA)||Desiree Lacson|
|Sustainability Club||Walker Watts|