Clubs & Activities

When looking for a club or activity that interests you, your biggest challenge will be deciding which one to get involved with first. Travel to North Carolina with Habitat for Humanity, plan events like our annual Little 500 as a member of the Puma Activities Council (PAC), or test your mettle with the Rugby Club. Because of our small student population, you can easily take a leadership role in whatever club or activity you get involved with. And if we don’t have what you’re looking for, you can always start it yourself.


  1. Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society
  2. Computer Club
  3. Delta Epsilon Sigma Honor Society
  4. Enactus
  5. Investment Club
  6. Psychology Club
  7. Puma Educators Association
  8. Science Club
  9. Science Olympiad
  10. STEM
  11. World Languages Club


  1. Cheerleading
  2. Intramural Sports
  3. Rugby Club


  1. Art
  2. Columbian Players (drama)
  3. Measure (literary magazine)
  4. The Observer (campus newspaper)
  5. WPUM-FM (campus radio)
  6. WPUM-TV (campus television)


  1. College Democrats
  2. Mock Trial
  3. Student Association
  4. College Republicans


  1. Band
  2. Chamber Singers
  3. Choir
  4. Color guard/Winter guard
  5. Dance Team
  6. National Association for Music Education (NAfME)

Social & Service

  1. Campus Ministry
  2. Cup O’ Joe (coffee shop)
  3. Diversity Coalition
  4. Gallagher Charitable Society
  5. Habitat for Humanity
  6. Puma Activities Council (PAC)
  7. Traditions Council

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