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Clubs and organizations

At SBU, your education expands beyond the classroom. Our goal is to provide learning and growth within every aspect of your experience. Weekly campus events provided by University Activities Council, annual tournaments and leagues offered by the Intramural Sports programs, and the numerous clubs and organizations available through Student Association are a few examples of how you can become involved. Explore below to check out what SBU has to offer!

Involvement in a wide variety of campus organizations has taught me what it means to be a leader and has led to valuable relationships with friends and professors. What I like best about SBU is the community — this place has become like home to me!

Matt Randolph, SBU student
Matt Randolph, SBU student

 

Academic and Professional Organizations

  • Accounting Club (Delta Epsilon Chi)
  • Alpha Chi (academic honor society)
  • Association of Computing Machinery
  • BACE (Baptist Association of Christian Educators)
  • Behavioral Sciences Club
  • Biology Club
  • Book Club
  • Delta Mu Delta (business honor society)
  • Enactus
  • Institute of Management Accountants
  • Lambda Phi Eta
  • National Association for Music Education-Collegiate
  • Phi Alpha (social work honor society)
  • Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)
  • Phi Eta Sigma (freshman honor society)
  • Pre-Health Society
  • Psi Chi (psychology honor society)
  • Run 2 Win (peer academic mentoring)
  • SBU Ambassadors
  • Sigma Zeta (science and math honor society)
  • Social Work Club
  • Student Athlete Advisory Council
  • Student Criminal Justice Society
  • Student Missouri State Teachers Association
  • Symphonic Winds Council
  • Theta Alpha Kappa (theology honor society)

Spiritual Life and Ministry

Performance Groups

Social Awareness

  • College Democrats
  • College Republicans

Student Leadership

  • Student Association
    • SBU's Student Association (SA) serves as the bridge from the student body to University administration. SA's mission is to "Inform. Impact. Involve." SA informs students about what is happening and informs administration about students' ideas; positively impacts the SBU experience for both current and future students; and involves students outside of the classroom.
  • University Activities Council
    • SBU's University Activities Council (UAC) has four areas of leadership and service: Campus Activities, Major Events, Integration of Faith and Culture, and Publicity. Each of these areas is designed to provide opportunities for involvement while at SBU. Examples of opportunities include activities such as Spy Week and the Bowling Ball, traditions such as Homecoming and Mr. and Miss Southwest, concerts and student discussions about movies or cultural topics.
  • Welcome Week
    • SBU's new student orientation event, Welcome Week, is student-led and organized, allowing current SBU students the opportunity to guide and mentor new students through their transition to SBU.

Other Interests

  • Black Student Union
  • Fencing Club
  • Infuse Radio
  • International Club
  • Intramural Sports
  • OAC
  • Omnibus
  • One in Four
  • Army ROTC
  • Rugby Club