Join clubs uniting students based on a favorite social activity, chosen academic field, cultural or ethnic background or charitable cause! You can get acquainted with clubs at St. Kate's by attending the activities fair in the fall.
If you don’t find a club you’re interested in, but have an idea for a new club, you have the power to create your own! Simply email the Student Center and Activities Office and we’ll be happy to help you begin the process of chartering a new club.
Check out the opportunities currently available. Current clubs and organizations
The SEEK (Social Events and Experience for Katies) Team sponsors day brightener events, hosts free movies, sponsors musical events, speakers, and coordinates off-campus trips. Each year, SEEK hosts Charity Ball, Dew Drop, Katies Love to Boogie and 70+ other events on and off campus.
The Commuter Advisors are trained on all resources that are available and work hard to make sure that commuters are aware of those resources in addition to the social opportunities on campus.
The LEAD (Leadership, Encouragement, Assistance and Development) Team is a collaborative team of students who work together to create leadership awareness and creates innovative ways to assist St. Kate's students in identifying and developing their leadership potential.
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
RHA is the student government for campus residence halls and acts as the voice for resident students. RHA serves resident students in advocating for both policy and physical change, as well as providing a platform for residents to become informed and involved.
In addition to participation in clubs, students have the opportunity to lead and influence by joining the following governing bodies.
The Student Senate is the governing body of the undergraduate day students. The Senate acts as a liaison between the student body and the administration and provides a voice for all students.
College for Adults Student Advisory Board
This team of undergraduate students acts as a liaison between College for Adults undergraduate students and the University's administration.
Graduate Student Advisory Board (GSAB)
The GSAB includes two voting student representatives from each of the graduate programs offered at St. Kate's, as well as many non-voting members. The GSAB meets monthly during the academic year on the St. Paul campus to plan activities, address common questions, and network.
For information and resources relating to advising a club, chartering a new club, planning club events, handling an organization's finances, fundraising, holding meetings and more, contact the Student Center and Activities Office.