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Accounting Club
The Accounting Club allows students to interact with one another, learn more about the Accounting profession and network with professionals while working toward giving back to the campus and community through service. The club is open to anyone, even non-accounting majors.
Business Leadership Society
We are a club focused on student development in order to bridge the academic and professional divide.
Construction Club
The mission of the PNC Construction Club is to provide students pursuing Construction Management Engineering Technology (CEMT), Civil Engineering degrees or Business degrees with valuable resources to attain employment and insight on new industry technologies through networking, seminars and hands on experience.
Ecology Club
Students looking to better their surroundings through education and promotion of the natural world.
English Club
Our club is open to any English majors and English enthusiasts. Through activities including creative writing groups and fundraisers supporting literary awareness in the community, the English Club at PNC enriches students academically while encouraging budding young writers and readers to pursue literature. Opinions expressed on this site may not represent the official views of Purdue North Central.
French Club
Our club is for French language and culture enthusiasts who would like to be further enriched through a variety of channels.
History Club
To provide opportunity for students and faculty interested in history to interact, to promote the discipline and to share information relevant.
Math Club
Provide a forum for PNC students to share news and articles related to Math.
MBA Leadership & Development Council
Purdue North Central MBA Leadership and Development Council
Physics Club
Do you have a natural curiosity for the workings of the world around you? Have you ever observed something in motion - such as a roller coaster, a skydiver, or a laser - and wondered how it really works? Physics addresses these situations and so much more - and even if you've never taken physics before, this club may be a great way to spark your interest. Make new friends, go on field trips, do fundraisers, put on fun physics demos - the possibilities are endless, and the level of involvement is up to you!
PNC Robotics Team
Heighten the interest of Robotics to the local populous by developing mobile designs to complete a given task. As the president, I am taking on the responsibility to train, teach, and mentor those interested in developing experience in engineer design. Just like engineering, Robotics take on a very broad selection of subjects. I have made it my passion and life goal to learn every one of these subjects.With this given knowledge, I have intentions to use them in my own endorser and teach those wanting to learn
Pre-Med
The goal of Purdue North Central's Pre-Med Club is an opportunity to offer support and encouragment to one another, to host and attend events that will better prepare us for acceptance into a post graduate program in the medical field, and to answer any questions about the path to and beyond medical school. We also try to emphasize on serving and giving back to the community in which you live or work.
Pre-Vet
Pre-Vet Club is for students who are interested in veterinary medicine. The goals of the club are to provide information on DVM Programs, to obtain service hours, and to help prospective students fulfill all the veterinary school requirements.
Psychology Club
Are you pursuing a psych major or minor? Come check out the PNC psychology club!
Come to the events to meet our awesome psych professors from the social sciences department, and mingle with students who are also psych enthusiasts!
Not a psych major? That's Fine! Our goal is to create psych events that can appeal to a variety of majors here at PNC from childhood education to nursing. All are welcome! You don't have to come to meetings or be a member to attend our events.
We usually meet in the cafeteria in the LSF building (meeting dates and times for the spring 2014 semester will be posted soon). Email our club president for more information about the club or to be added to the email list!
Social Work Student Organization
Social Work Club allows students the opportunity to better their community while networking with others in the profession.
STAND
The S.T.A.N.D. organization is a great outlet for nursing and pre-nursing students to interact with each other, faculty, and healthcare professionals in the community. It is our club's mission to positively influence the community and the development of our fellow students enrolled in the nursing program at Purdue University North Central.
STEM Club
The STEM club supports all efforts to attract and retain students to the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The STEM club lends aid, augments, and enhances the efforts of organizations on campus and in the community to share our common goals. The STEM club performs these objectives through grant writing, fundraising, and by encouraging student volunteerism.

Civic

American Sign Language
Have any interest in American Sign Language? Making new friends? Learning ASL? Come visit our website at www.aslclub.info where you will be kept informed about all upcoming events and plans the club has. Help us raise money for a good cause. You can also 'Like' us on Facebook. (Search for PNC ASL Club) If you have any questions feel free to contact us.
Circle K
An awesome club that focuses on community service projects! We live to serve and love to serve :)
Deans Leadership Group
DLG is a group of dynamic students who are dedicated to leadership and volunteerism at PNC and their community. One must submit an application in the spring semester at the Dean of Students Office, LSF 103. Each student is required to volunteer 50 hours a semester with a minimum of 30 hours at PNC. A SCHOLARSHIP is also included.
Delta Sigma Science Club
Delta Sigma Science Club allows its student members to expand and grow into professional science fields while also allowing them to support our campus and community by participating in service activities.
Student Government
Student Government is voted on by the Student Body. We represent the students of PNC. Our main goal is to improve Student Life on campus by resolving issues.
TRIO Service Club
TRiO Club Origin: The TRiO Club was set up in 1995 here at PNC as a student leadership development component of the Student Support Services Program, and the club name changed to the TRiO Service Club in 2007 to more clearly define our main purpose of helping others.
Mission: To provide members with an environment that fosters friendship, servant-hood and understanding among all the people that make up our University and surrounding communities. The club offers support to all students on campus, as well as camaraderie and guidance. Additionally, we offer opportunities for community service and the development of individual character and leadership skills.

Entertainment

College Improv
Ranting Llamas Improv is PNC's fun loving Improv group.
Panther Voices
We are PNC's Choir.
Table Top Gaming Club
Club for people who enjoy board games and Table Top RPGs

Social

Multicultural Club
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Special Interest

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
PNC's Gay Straight Alliance is an active campus club bringing awareness to LGBT and No Hate.
PNC Veterans
Vision Statement: The Veterans Organization was established in 2010 in order to provide support to veterans and their families from military life into a collegiate environment. As we complete our degrees, we will continue to support our fellow student veterans as well as veterans in the surrounding community. It is our sincere hope to assist those around us, as we all strive to improve our lives.

Mission Statement: The Veterans Organization will continue to enroll addition veterans and families members into Purdue University North Central system with ease and provide aid in the use and continuation of their benefits to ensure successful graduation with the time constraints of the benefits provided. Monthly meeting to talk about veterans issue, including (homeless veterans, and how to success as a veterans student), planning for the Pride Week participation.
Thirst Project Club
The Thirst Project Club strives to raise awareness about the world water crisis and raises funds to help support the Thirst Project organization

Sports and Recreation

PNC Equestrian Team
The PNC Team competes in Hunt Seat and Western in the Intercolligate Horse Show Association against other universities. You do not need your own horse or any prior horse experience to compete. Membership on the PNC Equestrian Team is open to all full time PNC students who are in good academic standing.

For more information about the IHSA rules and regulations visit their website at www.ishainc.com

For more information about joining the PNC Equestrian Team please email Donielle at ddallich@pnc.edu.
SCA (Society for Creative Anachronisms)
The Society for Creative Anachronism (The SCA) is an international non-profit educational organization, dedicated to the preservation, research and recreation of the crafts, arts, and experiences of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Tennis Club
To teach fundamentals of tennis and play. To connect and meet with other tennis enthusiasts.

Honorary and Professional Organizations

Organizations in this category are closed groups, and have specific requirements to become a member.

Alpha Mu Pi Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta
The Alpha Mu Pi Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society is an academic honor society dedicated to promoting literacy, literature and language on campus and in the community. Membership in Alpha Mu Pi is open to English majors with the required GPA and number of English courses. For complete details on membership requirements, please contact the faculty sponsor.
Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, was founded in 1911 and was one of the first discipline-specific honor societies. Its membership is limited to the top 20 percent of those entering the field of education. Kappa Delta Pi claims over 600 chapters across North America and 45,000 total members. Its motto is "Knowledge, Duty, Power", and its mission is to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership, and service.

At PNC we have the KDP chapter Alpha, Alpha, Upsilon which began it's charter in 2002.
Lambda Pi Eta (Communication)
To recognize, foster and reward oustanding scholastic achievement and stimulate interest in the field of Communication
Psi Chi
Psi Chi is an International Psychology Honor Society. According to the Psi Chi mission, the purpose of the Society is to encourage excellence in scholarship and advance the science of psychology (www.psichi.org, 2011). Membership in the Chapter is for students who are majoring in psychology or a psychology-related degree program. Eligibility for undergraduates includes: completion of 3 semesters at PNC, completion of 9 semester hours of psychology courses at PNC, ranking in the top 35% of their class in general scholarship, and having a minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in both psychology classes and in cumulative grades. If you think you meet these requirements and would like to join please complete a Membership for Application form available from Dr. Cheryl W. DeLeon, Faculty Advisor, in SWRZ 30B. Recruitment and induction occur once a year in the Spring semester only. Once you become a member you are a member for life.
SEA (Student Education Association)
The SEA is a national association that works to better the future of education.
Tri Beta
Biology Honor Society

 

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