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Explore your talents, hone your professional skills, and meet new friends. Plus, getting involved in campus activities is a great way to show future employers the leadership and planning skills they’re looking for in an employee.
Student-led worship and Bible studies.
AEX is the Greek abbreviation for “Friends in Christ.” We are students who are interested in the professional ministry in the church, both pastoral and deaconess, but are open to all students on campus, come and join us.
A meeting of the artistic minds at Concordia, the art club consists of a diverse collection of students. With a growing number of art students and others attending the meetings and events, art club encourages everyone to attend.
The Concordia University CALL (Community Action, Leadership, and Learning) is where students can find service learning/volunteer opportunities, the Ignite Leadership Development Program, and the Study Abroad program.
College Democrats at Concordia University represents the Democratic Party on campus. CUCD works to help Democratic candidates win election to office, seeks to promote progressive public policy, and strives to encourage student involvement in politics.
The Minnesota College Republicans (MNCR) have built a strong reputation by working hard on campuses to build the next generation of conservative leaders in our state. The leaders of the Republican party and their candidates have come to count on MNCRs to get the news about voting around campus and dedicate countless volunteer hours to electing Republican-endorsed candidates. We pride ourselves on being one of the most effective political youth efforts in the country.
Concordia Activities Board (CAB) is a group of four students hired by the Student Senate Executive Board to serve the student body. CAB plans, implements and participates in campus wide activities for all students.
CHUSA is an organization devoted to creating more Hmong awareness at Concordia.
The Hoffmann Institute sponsors a group of students, faculty, and staff on the campus of Concordia University known as the Concordia Mission Society (CMS). The goals of CMS are to promote Missions on the campus of Concordia University and to offer participants an opportunity to experience mission work in various contexts throughout the United States and the world. CMS is a student-run organization consisting of 7 board members: President, Spiritual Life Coordinator, Secretary, Mini-Missions Coordinator, State-side Trip Coordinator, Fundraising Coordinator, and Treasurer. Members of CMS come from a diverse assortment of classes and programs of study at Concordia.
Concordia Sisterhood of Empowerment encourages young women of Concordia University, St. Paul to celebrate individual accomplishments, support each other in difficult times, and empower one another to become leaders in the community.
The Criminal Justice Club at Concordia University, St. Paul is student-driven. This club is organized by current students either majoring or minoring in Criminal Justice for the purpose of providing a forum for other students interested in criminal justice, corrections and law-related issues.
Performance-based team that combines a dance team style with cheerleading. They supply sideline and halftime entertainment for the football and basketball programs at Concordia.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is an organization for, but not limited to, Christian athletes. FCA has a national base and can be found at universities across the country. FCA meets weekly and has several guest speakers as well as Bible studies hosted by Golden Bear athletes and many others.
FISH is a student led contemporary praise and prayer service that seeks to spread the good news of Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection for the forgiveness of sins.
Concordia’s drama and music ministry. Members perform at youth gatherings, worship services, Sundy school presentations, local, regional and national LCMS events, Lutheran elementary and high schools, on-campus chapel performances and more.
The CSP History Club is the organization for students interested in discovering more about the past, visiting local area historic sites, and engaging in current political debates.
Concordia offers the following intramural activities throughout the academic year: Co-ed volleyball, co-ed flag football, men’s and women’s basketball, co-ed three-on-three indoor soccer.
Communication Honor Society
The mission of Prisms Ministry is to assist youth in experiencing God’s love by means of scripture, song, and fellowship in order that a trusting, faithful relationship may develop and come into action in their daily lives. This is all done while providing a ministerial learning opportunity for Concordia University students.
The Concordia University Psychology Club offers students an informal arena to share their interest in the discipline, hear invited speakers, and to participate in a variety of psychology-related events throughout the year.
Concordia has many study-abroad programs led by our own faculty. Many of these trips are led during the summer, over January break, and in May.
The goal of SEASA is to promote Southeast Asian identity, unity, understanding and cooperation among SEASA’s members and the Concordia University community, to promote academic achievement of members, to develop leadership skills among it’s members and to promote communication among it’s members and the University community.
A club for students and speakers of Spanish at Concordia. We meet once a month to practice our Spanish together and participate in cultural activities together.
The purpose of the Concordia Student Alumni Council is to engage student leaders in strengthening school spirit and fostering relationships between students and alumni. StAC achieves this purpose through events and programming, partnerships with student life and alumni relations, and building relationships.
Concordia’s Student Senate is a group of students chosen by the student body to serve the student body. We strive to listen to the concerns of students, advocate for change on their behalf, and improve, overall, student life on Concordia’s campus.
The goal of STAGE is to involve theatre students and students from the campus at large in social and educational experiences which focus on theatre as an art form.
Teachers of Tomorrow engages future education events in service learning and fun activities. We come together to share our experiences and ask questions of one another.
Offers both social and science-related academic activities for students with an interest in science.
The Sword is the official student newspaper of Concordia University, St. Paul. Written and produced by students, faculty, and staff, The Sword, is published roughly twice monthly from August through May. Writers, photographers, and editors of The Sword come from many different fields of study at Concordia, from Communication and English to Theology or Kinesiology.
TRUTH (Together Reaching Unity with the Homeless) is a Concordia campus organization that is comprised of members that are dedicated to the education and prevention of homelessness on campus and in the community.
The mission of Tri-Pi Math Club is to provide service and support for the Concordia community in a comfortable, Christian environment for students to share ideas and interests in mathematics.
Foster academic achievement and service, address issues and concerns affecting students of color, promote an understanding and appreciation of cultural differences and Create unity among students of multi-cultural heritage within Concordia University and the surrounding community.
The Writing Club exists for student writers who are passionate about writing and want the fellowship of like-minded people.
Please contact Concordia Student Senate at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information pertaining to any of Concordia’s clubs and organizations.