Academic

Agriculture Club
The primary purpose of the Agriculture Club is to develop agricultural leadership and promote agriculture on local, state, and national levels. The club stresses development of character, citizenship, and patriotism. It also attempts to coordinate a closer relationship between students and future employers. All Dickinson State students with a close tie to agriculture may join.

Advisor: Dr. Chip Poland

Art Club
The purpose of Art Club is to offer students experience in applied art activities (advertising design, illustration, sign painting, etc.). By participating in work-related experiences in the visual arts, students explore the relationship between art and commerce. Through involvement in projects for pay and community service projects, the group earns income. This allows the offering of either a low-cost cultural tour to a major city selected by the members or studio workshops conducted by professional artists. Other activities include speakers, discussions, and social events. Any student may join.

Advisor: Greg Walter

History Society
History society is an academic based student organization designed to promote the study and discussion of history. This is done in an effort to attain a healthy and balanced view of current day world events that shape our lives.

Advisor: Dr. Frank Varney

Psychology Club
An academic club focusing on the practical world of psychology, intellectual exchange on psychological topics as well as providing opportunities for social interaction with peers and faculty. Mental Hospital tours are arranged in addition to guest speakers on careers and topics in the psychological sciences.

Advisor: Dr. Wendy Wilson

Science Club
The purpose of this organization is to promote and generate interest in the many aspects of science. This organization is open to anyone enrolled in science at Dickinson State University.

Advisor: Dr. Paul Barnhardt

Teacher Education Association
The DSU Student Education Association (SEA) is an organization for students preparing for a career in education. As members of this organization, students can begin their professional development by participating in activities that help develop professional networks. These activities provide both resource materials and strategies that can be utilized now and in the future. DSU has two SEA chapters; one on the Dickinson campus and one on the Bismarck campus.  Both chapters are affiliated with the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers through Student North Dakota United (SNDU).  SNDU is a part of North Dakota United, serving teachers and public employees in North Dakota.

Dickinson Campus Advisor: Jeri Braunagel

Bismarck Campus Advisor:  Pam Krueger and Dr. Deb Secord

Cultural

International Club
The mission of the International Club at DSU is to promote intercultural knowledge and learning and create a learning environment for all DSU students and community. This is done through educational programs designed to celebrate and promote cultural diversity. The club frequently holds cultural events on campus and visits culturally significant sites in the region, including Mt. Rushmore. All DSU students regardless of age, gender, color, nationality or religion are encouraged to be active members of the International Club.

Advisor: Wynter Miller

Multicultural Committee
The Multicultural Committee consists DSU staff and faculty members who are dedicated to enriching students and the community with different cultural perspectives. Diverse presentations and events, such as Global Table, Global Classroom, Global Exploration, Global Gala, Global Art Show, Global Movie Night, and other sessions relevant to culture and diversity, are hosted by the Multicultural Committee for the campus community to enjoy.

Advisor: Dr. Steven Doherty

Honorary & Professional

National Association of Music Education (NAfME)
The organization provides educational, musical, social and professional experiences. This puts the student’s course of study in a real life situation, shows students professional opportunities and career options in the field of music and helps develop professional leadership skills.

Advisor: Dr. Brent Rogers

Nursing Students' Association
Nursing Students' Association is a campus-based pre-professional organization that prepares members for involvement in professional associations such as the American Nurses' Association and National League for Nursing. Membership is open to all individuals enrolled in or planning to enter the Dickinson State nursing programs.

Advisor: Dr. Cheryl Lantz

Performing Arts

Concert Band
This group meets two times per week to prepare music for concerts and tours. Requirements include the student's having performed in high school organizations and possessing a willingness to work with a great group of students. The individual need not be a music major or minor to participate in this group.

Advisor: Dr. Brian Holder

Jazz Band
Requirements for this group include the performance of an instrument used in jazz band: saxophone, trumpet, trombone, drum, bass, guitar, or piano. The individual need not be a music major or minor to participate in this group.

Advisor: Dr. Jeremy Wohletz

Pep Band
This instrumental group performs for home football and basketball games. It is made up of players from the concert band.

Advisor: Dr. Jeremy Wohletz

University Players
The club exists to promote the theatre arts within the University and community of southwest North Dakota. The Players also serve to encourage student participation in the theatre arts and enrich the existing DSU Theatre Department.

Advisor: Jarvis Jahner

Political

College Republicans
The goals of the College Republicans are to inform the University community of local, state and national issues as they pertain to the G.O.P. and to encourage student involvement in the Republican Party.

Advisor: Dr. Eric Grabowsky

League of Political Scientists 
The League of Political Scientists is a non-partisan student group who helps facilitate discussion of political issues and engagement with the political process. Activities are planned for the general DSU student body and Dickinson community. DSU has hosted political forums and candidate visits and has also organized visits and tours of state, regional and national governmental institutions. DSU also provides academic and social activities for those seeking degrees in Political Science.

Advisor: Dr. Steven Doherty

Religious

Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)
A campus organization with national ties that celebrates the spiritual development of college and university students.

Advisor: Kim Thiel

Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM)
The mission of the Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM) is to cultivate a vibrant Catholic community on the campus of Dickinson State University; to be a safe place for students to practice and question their faith while maintaining Catholic continuity; and to minister to the students of DSU by being a welcoming, open refuge for all students to discover Christ, make their faith their own, and for students to love and accept themselves and become who they are meant to be. We fulfill this mission through Catholic studies, liturgical events, and serving DSU students and the DSU community as a whole. All DSU students are welcome and encouraged to be active members of CCM.

Chi Alpha
An organization designed to promote the spiritual and social life of the young people of Dickinson State University by providing opportunities for worship, fellowship, and evangelism.

Advisor: Toby Stroh

Pacesetters
The Pacesetters' organization is intended to help interested students grow and develop as Christians through regular and meaningful study of the Bible. Also, the Pacesetters provide occasional opportunities for all interested students to interact and discuss main issues in Christian thought.

Advisor: Trent Myran

Social Service

Student Social Work Organization (SSWO)
This is an organization open to all students interested in volunteering, developing leadership skills and participating in campus and community events.

Advisor: Laurie Karie

Special Interest Groups

Campus Activities Board

CAB provides an excellent opportunity for involvement and leadership through the programming of campus events. CAB sponsors game nights, coffee houses, movie nights, comedians, concerts, dances and many other fun events!

Advisor: Keith James

Collegiate Farm Bureau
Collegiate Farm Bureau aims to get students informed and involved in current issues affecting agriculture. Meetings alternate from recreational team building activities to discussion and guest speakers about current topics. Funding is provided to help students attend state and national Farm Bureau Conventions.

Advisor: Toby Stroh

Gaming Club

The purpose of the DSU gaming club is to provide a safe environment for students to engage in gaming in all forms whether it be PC, console, tabletop games or otherwise. Students can participate in networking opportunities and other forms of community engagement at DSU and within the broader community. The club also supports the efforts of the DSU esports initiative including but not limited to varsity esport activities.

Advisor: Josh Nichols

Rodeo Club
The purposes of the club are to conduct wholesome activities in horsemanship for recreation and entertainment and to promote our western heritage through activities sponsored for the campus and community. The Rodeo Club supports a competing team in National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association competition.

Advisor: Eudell Larsen

Non-Trads
Not all university students are between the ages of 18 and 21. NON-Trads was formed to offer a resource for a large percentage of the DSU student population who happen to be non-traditional students. This group meets the first and third Monday of every month at 6 p.m., Student Center 18, and discusses issues relevant to the needs of a diverse campus population.

Advisor: Marie Moe

Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Alpha Theta is the national history honors fraternity, open to both men and women. It sponsors regional and national conferences, and publishes a journal in which undergraduates can publish their research.

Advisor: Dr. Frank Varney

Phi Eta Sigma
For more information contact campus programming.

Advisor: Amy Kass

Range Club
Students with a desire to further their range education join the Range Club. Club members participate in the National Society for Range Management. Participation in this club helps students forge relationships for future job opportunities.

Advisor: Dr. Joshua Steffan

Phi Beta Lamda
Phi Beta Lambda is a student organization in which college students explore college and career opportunities. Students participate in academic business skills competitions, community service projects, fundraising activities, and networking events with business professionals at State and National Leadership Conferences. Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate level of the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America).

Advisor: Amy Kass

Sigma Beta Delta
Sigma Beta Delta is an international honor society for business, management, and administration that recognizes and rewards students with the top scholastic achievement within these areas. To be eligible for membership in Sigma Beta Delta, a business student must rank in the top 20 percent of the junior, senior or graduate class. They must also be invited to membership by faculty officers.

Contact person: Amy Kass