Explore and Join a Student Organization

Please browse the list of registered student organizations. Most organizations register in the fall, so please check back if you don't find what you are looking for as we are adding organizations daily!

How to search:

  • You can choose to search by organization type or alphabetically by using the drop-down next to the academic year
  • If you know the name of the club or want ot search for keywords, please press ctrl+f (or command+f on mac) and you can search this webpage.

If you are interested or have questions about a particular organization, are interested in an organization, please contact the listed President directly. If you don't find what you are looking for, you can always start a student organization!

Please note: Student Organizations are currently re-registering their clubs for the 14-15 academic year and the list is actively being updated as they do. Please toggle to 2013-2014 below to find contact information for the 2013-2014 registered clubs.

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Departmental Organizations

Association of Computing Machinery

Purpose:
ACM provides professional, personal and social development opportunities for individuals who are interested in Computer Science. For example the club will take a spring break trip for members to San Francisco to visit Google and Facebook.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Luke Welna (406)498-4320
Advisor:
John Paxton (406)994-5979
Department Affiliation:
Computer Science Dept.
Meetings:
Keywords:
Computer Science, Programming, Leadership, Networking, Advantages

Exercise Science Club

Purpose:
The purpose of this club is to get students that are majoring in exercise science a feel for the field of choice. PT's and admissions from PT schools, doctors, athletic trainers and strength coaches will come talk to the club about their profession so that students will get a feel for the field.
Club Email:
President:
Kayleigh Coffman 406-570-1978
Advisor:
Dan Heil 406-994-6324
Department Affiliation:
Department of Health & Human Development (HHD)
Meetings:
Yes, SUB rooms every other wednesday 8-9
Membership Requirements:
Contract form saying the students will attend meetings involving community service and the conference in order to be eligible to attend the conference.
Dues:
$20 registration fee.
Keywords:
Exercise science, Physical therapy, Health Professions

Health Enhancement Majors Club

Purpose:
The purpose of the Health Enhancement Club is to prepare students in the Health Enhancement major for their future career and to be able to connect with other students in the major. The club puts on fundraisers throughout the year to raise money for the annual trip to the AAPHERD conference, which educates students about new research and findings in the Health Enhancement field.
Club Email:
President:
Tracy Echert 630-664-9811
Advisor:
Nancy Colton 406-994-6339
Department Affiliation:
Health & Human Development
Meetings:
Keywords:
Health Enhancement, Major, PE, Physical Education

Institute of Industrial Engineers

Purpose:
The Montana State University Chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers is devoted to the professional development, education, and involvement of all its members.

MSU IIE provides Industrial Engineering students opportunities to see IE outside the classroom through:

Tours of local business’s and manufacturing facilities
Guest speakers from industry
Volunteer work with MSU and the community
IIE annual conferences and expos
Mentoring for IE students
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Emily Zerbel 406-640-0164
Advisor:
David Claudio 406-994-5943
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department
Meetings:
Keywords:
Industrial Engineering, Engineering, Industrial


Honorary Organizations


Recreational Organizations

Kashima Shinryu

Purpose:
We provide training in traditional Japanese martial arts. This includes working with swords and classical jiujitsu. Koryu martial arts (such as ours) are an important part of Japanese culture and history.
Club Email:
President:
Matt Smith 406-222-8341
Advisor:
Allison Gauthier 406-994-6957
Meetings:
Martial Arts Room: Hosaeus Fitness Center.
Membership Requirements:
We only ask that participants be willing to learn.
Dues:
There are no fees to practice. However, we do have
Keywords:
Martial Arts, Japan, Swords

SwingCats

Purpose:
The Swing Cats' mission is to promote awareness of the history of vintage swing dancing, to instill a love for the swing music and dancing of the 20's through the 50's, and to continually pursue personal growth on the social dance floor
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Ethan Olson 406-224-2229
Advisor:
Brigitte Morris 406-994-5136
Meetings:
Monday Night Dances and Lessons from 6-11
Membership Requirements:
Attend at least 1 swing dance workshop per year. (August to August)
Dues:
$15 per year/ $10 per semester
Keywords:
swing, vintage, dance


Religious/Spiritual


Special Interest Organizations

Game Design Club at MSU

Purpose:
To facilitate game creation and collaboration.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Andrew Nakas 406-551-3580
Advisor:
Caroline Harris 406-994-4383
Department Affiliation:
Blackstone LaunchPad
Meetings:
Keywords:
game, gaming, design

Student Printmakers of Montana (SPAM)

Purpose:
Our mission would be to provide a community based on the centuries old art of printmaking while utilizing the techniqes in a contemporary context. The guild would nurture a environment to explore the art, while involving their community with projects and fundraising. The students would be given opportunities to attend conferences, set up shows and vote on speakers to help further their skill and knowledge in the printmaking field, as well as their future in the art world.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Muriel Condon 406-223-5425
Advisor:
Gesine Janzen 406-994-3011
Department Affiliation:
School of Art
Meetings:
Keywords:
Printmaking, art, design

Tabletop Gaming Club @ MSU

Purpose:
The Tabletop Gaming Club mission is to create and provide an inclusive community for people of all ages, students or not, a place to gather and play a variety of games. The club is open to the greater community of Bozeman and MSU.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
JD Figura 406-570-7126
Advisor:
Steve Swinford (406) 994-5254
Department Affiliation:
Sociology
Meetings:
Wednesday Game Nights 6:30 - 11pm
Dues:
We would appreciate dues of $5.00 per semester, bu
Keywords:
Magic the Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, Board Games


Self-Help Organizations


Faculty and Staff Organizations


Fraternities


Student Government


Social/Political Organizations

Young Americans for Liberty

Purpose:
The mission of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) is to identify, educate, train, and mobilize youth activists committed to "winning on principle." Our goal is to cast the leaders of tomorrow and reclaim the policies, candidates, and direction of our government.

YAL Statement of Principles

We are the Young Americans for Liberty. We recognize the God-given natural rights of life, liberty, and property set forth by our Founding Fathers. Our country was created to protect the freedoms of the individual and be directed by We the People.

We recognize that freedom requires responsibility, and therefore we hold ourselves to a high standard of character and conduct. Integrity motivates our action. Principle defines our outlook towards government. Peace and prosperity drive our ambitions towards our countrymen.

We inherit a corrupt, coercive world that has lost respect for voluntary action. Our government has failed and dragged our country into moral decay. The political class dominates the agenda with a violent, callous, controlling grip. For this we do not stand.

We welcome limited government conservatives, classical liberals, and libertarians who trust in the creed we set forth.

WE, as Young Americans for Liberty believe:

that government is the negation of liberty;

that voluntary action is the only ethical behavior;

that respect for the individual's property is fundamental to a peaceful society;

that violent action is only warranted in defense of one's property;

that the individual owns his/her body and is therefore responsible for his/her actions;

that society is a responsibility of the people, not the government.
Club Email:
President:
David Ricci 406-224-2067
Advisor:
Wendy Stock 406-994-7984
Meetings:
TBD
Membership Requirements:
TBD
Dues:
TBD
Keywords:
YAL, Liberty, Freedom, Paul, Politics, Personal Freedom


Club Sport

Women's Ultimate Frisbee

Purpose:
To create an atmosphere where women can learn and play the sport of competitive ultimate frisbee.
Club Email:
President:
Shawn Stanley 406-207-9247
Advisor:
Emily Kimmel 406-586-3540
Meetings:
Keywords:
Women, Ultimate, Frisbee, Competitive, MSU


Military Organizations


Cultural Organizations


Professional/Career Organizations


Service Organizations


Sororities