Clubs and Organizations

Find Your Place in the Community

Xavier students have formed more than 160 clubs and organizations, dabbling in everything from computer science to community service, languages and art. Club sports and intramurals are popular too, covering everything from bass fishing to rugby.

Academics

Academic clubs allow you to explore you interests outside of the classroom or experience another subject you are intrerested in.

  • Biology Club
  • Educators for Justice
  • Political Science Club
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Arts

Arts clubs and organizations support creative interests from the student body either through visual art or performance.

  • Acabellas
  • Don't Tell Anna
  • The International Animation Club
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Business

These organizations represent various business programs and draw in students from across disciplines who want to advance their experience with business.

  • American Marketing Association Xavier Chapter
  • Delta Sigma Pi Professional Fraternity
  • Economics Association
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Club Sports

Club Sports are competitive teams that provide structured competition for student members who are non-intercollegiate athletes. Teams compete against other university teams throughout the Midwest. Sports can be either co-ed or single gender.

  • Club Swimming
  • Running Club
  • Women's Club Softball
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Greek Life

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is the governing body of the historical Black Greek organizations known as the Divine Nine. The National Pan-Hellenic Council at Xavier University promotes interaction through forums, meetings and other mediums.

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.- Rho Xi Chapter
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Health Professions

Organizations often help to network and connect students with professionals in the field and encourage collaboration across disciplines.

  • Pre-Medical Student Association
  • Psi Chi Psychology Club
  • Student Nurse Organization
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Identity

Identity-based organizations unite underrepresented populations, students with similar ethnic background or a group of individuals identifying with a specific nationality or culture.

  • Black Student Association
  • Citizens of the World
  • LGBTQ Alliance
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Language and Culture

Language and Culture organizations support student interest in exploring the language and history of various cultures. Several of these organizations are supported by academic programs where language and culture are taught within a discipline.

  • French Club
  • German Club
  • Sign Language Club
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Service and Social Justice

Service and Social Justice organizations seek to offer students with opportunities to serve others, either through direct community service participation and philanthropic fundraising, or to support social justice causes by promoting a deeper understanding of an issue, igniting activism.

  • Alternative Breaks
  • Colleges Against Cancer
  • Habitat for Humanity
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Spirituality

Spirituality based organizations engage members of a shared faith tradition with one another as well as members of multiple faith communities to celebrate their beliefs and to deepen their spiritual lives.

  • Athletes in Action
  • Coalition of Christian Organizations
  • Life After Sunday
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Wellness

Wellness organizations serve to connect students with similar interests embodying wellness. Many of these organizations assist with bettering the student body through programming, advocacy and opportunities for educating others around health issues.

  • Active Minds
  • CHAARG
  • Yoga and Holistic Awareness Club
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