When you look back at your time at Benedictine University on Commencement Day, what are the memories that you will remember most? The likely answers will be the bonds, memories, and friends that you made throughout your time here.
Having over 40 different Student Organizations and Clubs, Benedictine shows it's commitment to diversity and involvement by different a wide spectrum of getting involved.
From The Candor Newspaper to The Arts Club, Student Senate to Muslim Student Association, or Programming Board to Math Club, there are numerous ways to get involved and meet like-minded students with the same interests. Our student-led groups and co-curricular activities will help you form new friendships, polish your leadership skills, and make a difference in not only the Benedictine Community, but the world as well.
However, every once in a while, there are a group of like-minded students who don't seem to find a good fit with their interests. All it takes is 15 passionate students, an advisor, and a can-do attitude to form your own group!
For a list of our current Student Organizations and Clubs, click on the appropriate category below.
Candor Newspaper- Our mission is to provide a learning experience for students in print media production that promotes and stimulates good journalism and provides a weekly student newspaper for Benedictine University.
Programming Board- Our mission is to enhance the college experience and bring together the University Community by providing student-driven, high quality, social, culturally diverse, educational and entertaining events.
Student Athletic Advisory Council- Our mission is to enhance the total student athlete experience by promoting opportunities for all student-athletes; protecting student-athlete welfare; and fostering a positive student-athlete image, while maintaining the tenets of the Division III philosophy.
Knights of Columbus- Our mission is to help Catholic men retain steadfast in their faith through mutual encouragement; to promote closer ties of fraternity among them; and to set up an elementary system of insurance so that the widows and children of members in the group who might die would not find themselves in dire financial straits.