Clubs and Organizations

Get involved at SAU

Our students have voice and they act -- planning activities, events and coordinating service projects on campus and in the community.

Here, you can join or lead more than 80 student clubs and organizations. Working side-by-side with your peers, you will experience a level of support that deepens your drive and focus on academics, a career field, your faith and spirituality, social justice, service to others, or a personal passion.

Student organizations such as the Marketing Club and Student Nurses Association let you explore career possibilities right away. Joining athletic teams or music ensembles enable you to feel something larger than yourself. Ambrosians for Peace and Justice and Model UN illuminate the world you're ready to change.

Or, turn your love for sports into leadership. Join any of our club sports or intramural teams. Each one was organized and launched by students and they continue to hold the reins.

If you see an opening, take it. We encourage students to act on their initiative, so if your favorite activity does not have a club, start one.

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Club Sports


Students of all athletic abilities can play a sport at the club level. Our Wellness and Recreation Department offers several indoor and outdoor club sports for men and women. 

Club Sports

Clubs and Organizations

Learn more

Contact the Student Activities Office to find out when and where a club meets, or who to contact for more information. 

For recreational or Club Sports, click here

Academic and Professional

These clubs are tied to an academic field:

Honors Societies

These clubs have special membership requirements, such as GPA or major:

  • Alpha Chi (general honor)
  • Alpha Phi Sigma (criminal justice) 
  • Beta Beta Beta (biology)
  • Delta Alpha Pi International
  • Delta Epsilon Sigma (Catholic honor)
  • Delta Mu Delta (business management)
  • Kappa Delta Pi (education)
  • Phi Eta Sigma (general honor)
  • Pi Alpha (social work)
  • Pi Gamma Mu (social sciences)
  • Pi Theta Epsilon (occupational therapy)
  • Psi Chi (psychology)
  • Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish)
  • Triota (women and gender studies)

These groups contribute to SAU or serve the greater Quad Cities community:

Special Interest

So, what's next?

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