Office of Student Activities -
Clubs and Organizations
Choose a name from the list below to find out more about that club or organization.
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.
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.
Have you ever looked up at the sky and wondered what it was exactly you were looking at; or have seen shooting stars; or would like to get an even closer look of our Moon and Planets in our Solar System?
Then the Astronomy Club is here for you!
Want to find out about Dark Matter and Dark Energy and what all the talk is about? This is the place!
The Astronomy Club is here and ready to meet and discuss on hot topics and current journals that deals with all aspects in Cosmology.
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Boots and Bridles Student Equestrian Club
The Club is a committee of the PNC Equestrian Team.
Membership on the PNC Equestrian Team is open to all full time PNC students who are in good academic standing.
You do NOT need to own your own horse!
The Team competes in Zone 7 Region 4 of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) against other universities.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org OR visit the Team/Club HOME page at www.pnc.edu/clubs/equestrian_club
The Club supports and participates in all PNC Equestrian Team related activities, fundraisers, IHSA show competitions, and may join the Team and compete as Team members.
The purpose of the Boots And Bridles Equestrian Club is to provide Purdue North Central Students with the opportunity to participate in horse related activities regardless of their financial status or previous experience. The Club will
Business Leadership Society
Purpose: By combining PBL and Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), the Business Leadership Society (BLS) brings together business and education in a positive working relationship.
"Live to Serve, Love to Serve"
Circle K is currently chartering to be part of Circle K International (CKI). CKI is the premier collegiate and university community service, leadership development and friendship organization in the world.Circle K clubs are organized and sponsored by a Kiwanis club on a college or university campus. Our sponsor for Circle K is the Porter County Noon Kiwanis Club. The purpose of this club is to educate by mentoring and tutoring elementary age students and young adults in the counties of Porter and La Porte and promote community engagement off campus and at Purdue North Central.
A club great for those who love theater and acting. We perform improvised skits. Through interaction with live audiances, during shows, and other club members, during practices, we provide a unique performance each show and practice.
Dean's 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 social and service activities.
PNC Ecology club is a great place to meet people with similiar interests helping to learn and understand more about the relationship of living organisms and their environments.
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.
Building an electric go kart to race at Purdue's evGrandPrix. Utilizing our skills in project management, engineering, and hands on work. Constantly striving to push our minds and learn.
FACE (Fine Arts Convocations and Events)
If you have ever wondered which club organizes the major entertainment events on campus, then you have found the right club. FACE (Fine Arts Convocations and Events) brings magicians, bands, hypnotists, really anything you can think of, to entertain PNC students during the school day. FACE has also planned many off campus field trips like going to Cubs' games and Six Flags Great America. If you have any great ideas or input for entertaining the students at PNC, FACE is the club for you!
Our club is for French language and culture enthusiasts who would like to be further enriched through a variety of channels.
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
GSA (gay straight alliance)
To provide opportunity for students and faculty interested in history to interact, to promote the discipline and to share information relevant.
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
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
Here you can find various information regarding the Purdue University North Central SAE Mini Baja club
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NAMI on Campus
We are PNC's Choir.
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!
Purdue Learning About Young Children in Education - Early Childhood Education Club
PNC Equestrian Team
You do not need your own horse or any prior horse experience to compete. The PNC Team competes in Hunt Seat and Western in the Intercolligate Horse Show Association against other universities.
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
The Veterans Club was established in order to provide support during the transition 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.
Resources and Charities
Vets4Vets: nonpartisan project in which of Iraq-era military veterans take part in and create veteran support groups. Veterans listen and take equal and uninterrupted turns telling their stories with an agreement of complete confidentiality. In this forum, U.S. military veterans can help and support each other and express problems and situations that family and/or friends may not understand or relate to. The forums are free of charge and Vets4Vets will pay veterans’ transportation costs to and from support sessions.
Salute Inc.: is a project started by Will and Mary Beth Beiersdorf
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 Club is for any student that is interested in veterinary medicine. As a group we get involved with the community and take advantage of any animal or veterinary opportunities available. The members of this club also offer guidance to each other throughout our undergraduate careers. Being a member of this club allows for an opportunity to add multiple volunteer projects and internships to your veterinary application.
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.
The purpose of Rotaract Club of Purdue University North Central is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
The Rotaract Club's is sponsored by the La Porte Rotary and was founded in 2005.
SCA (Society for Creative Anachronisms)
SEA (Student Education Association)
Student Education Association
SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management)
PNC SHRM in order to provide HRM-related communication and as a place to access and archive meeting minutes.
Social Work Student Organization
This organization shall operate for the benefit of students interested and/or studying social work in the surrounding communities, as well as the nation.
The Spanish Club celebrates the cultural diversity and the linguistic heritage of the Hispanic community. Everyone is invited to learn about the language and culture through activities, events, study groups, games and outings. ¡Vamos a divertirnos!
STAND is the nursing club at PNC. STAND means Student Association for Nursing Development. We participate in several activities througout the community (health fairs, health screenings, fundraisers, and campus events)
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.
Table Top Gaming Club
We are the PNC Table top gaming group. We like to play Dnd, magic and various board games. Feel free to contact us if you are interested in any of the above.
To teach fundamentals of tennis and play. To connect and meet with other tennis enthusiasts.
TRIO Service Club
To provide members an environment that fosters friendship and a spirit of understanding among all people within the diverse community in which we live;opportunities for community service; and the development of individual character and leadership skills. We seek to create positive change in ourselves, our organization, and our community. To achieve these goals, all memebers are encouraged to take the initiative to lead and/or contribute to University community both internally and externally.
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