Student Clubs and Organizations

Student organizations and activities provide opportunities for students to grow both socially and academically. Activities and organizations allow students to utilize academic theories and concepts outside the classroom. Through these opportunities, students are able to develop and hone their leadership skills, as well as appreciate the value of teamwork and cooperation.

 

We have categorized student organizations into the following groups:

  • Governing Organizations: Groups that function primarily to make decisions for the campus or a specific amount of groups on the campus
  • Programming Organizations: Groups that function primarily to provide programs and events for the campus and/or community and surrounding areas
  • Programs: Programs function similar to student organizations, but are under direct control of the faculty staff member responsible for the program.
  • Academic Organizations: Groups that provide an opportunity to discuss and share information related to a specific major/minor, academic discipline and/or career.
  • Honor Societies: Groups that recognize superior academic achievement and leadership qualities and are usually based on professions and/or academic programs.
  • Greek Organizations: National or local fraternal organizations registered through the Office of Student Life.
  • Athletic Organizations: Groups that provide opportunities for participation in recreational and/or competitive sports teams or organizations relating to athletics.
  • Service/Philanthropic Organizations: Groups that function mainly to provide service to the campus and/or community and surrounding areas or seek to raise funds and/or support for a particular charity or cause.
  • Religious/Spiritual Organizations: Groups representing diverse faith communities and belief systems that observe and follow religious and/or spiritual practices and traditions.
  • Special Interest Organizations: Groups that provide communities for students to discuss and share information about specific topics and common interests, raise awareness about a variety of issues, and/or cover topics that are not included in another category.

If you have any additional questions about how to form a student club or organization, please contact Pammy Levinson, Office of Student Life, at plevinson@eureka.edu.

Student Clubs and Organizations

Governing Organizations

The Eureka College Student Senate is organized to assure oversight of campus organizations and is designed to work with faculty, staff, and administration on bettering the social and academic environment on campus. Responsible to the student body, the membership of the Senate includes class presidents and senators elected at-large. Further information on the Eureka College Student Senate is defined in the Student Body Constitution.

 

Greek Council at Eureka College functions to create an atmosphere that will help develop and maintain good relations between independents and Greeks and among Greek members themselves. The Greek Council also sponsors programs that aid the development of its member organizations and the individual members. It is also responsible for helping promote the Greek system and providing service to the Campus community. The Greek Council is composed of two representatives from each of the active fraternities and sororities, both national and local, at Eureka College.

Programming Organizations

The Campus Activities Board (CAB), Eureka College’s primary programming organization, contracts, plans, and promotes over forty campus events a year. CAB events consist of concerts, comedians, movies, and novelty programs. In addition, CAB organizes and implements Homecoming Week each year.

Programs

The Admissions Ambassadors are students who volunteer time to assist the Office of Admissions by providing a unique perspective to visiting students and their families. The volunteers represent Eureka College through activities such as conducting campus tours, calling in phone-a-thons, and assisting with Open Houses.

 

The Chamber Singers are an auditioned group that specializes in choral works in all styles from the 16th century to the contemporary period.

 

The purpose of Chorale is to bring singing opportunities to the students of Eureka College. We sing a variety of songs for the singers and our audience to enjoy.

 

Impressions is a magazine that is published yearly of original writing by students and other Eureka College members under the advisement of interested faculty members and edited by students.

 

Pegasus, the campus newspaper, includes news, sports, features, editorials, and entertainment. It represents the entire College community; the newspaper items reflect the views and activities of students, faculty, administration, and alumni. It also reports news from other colleges that affect college students.

Academic Organizations

Eureka College Business Society is an organization that promotes business knowledge to its members while serving the community, develops vocational and career supportive skills, and provides opportunities for students in or business related fields to understand their future working environment.

 

The Psychology and Sociology Club encourages, stimulates, and maintains excellence in scholarship in the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology and sociology, and to advance the sciences of psychology and sociology.

Honor Societies

Psi Chi Honor Society: An international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.

 

Sigma Zeta: A national honorary science society recognizing those with high GPAs in Eureka College's science and health programs. 

Greek Organizations

The Delta Delta Pi sorority is the oldest Greek organization at Eureka College. The women of Delta Delta Pi are proud of their traditions and encourage involvement in all campus activities. A local sorority, Delta Delta Pi participates in several service projects each year, with the main focus on supporting the Susan G. Komen Foundation. They also assist the Heartline and Heart House, Maple Lawn Nursing Home, food drives and more throughout the community.

 

 Delta Zeta, re-colonized in 1986, is the only national sorority on Eureka College’s campus. Its active members represent a diversity of backgrounds, interests, and personalities. Emphasizing excellence in academics, Delta Zeta belongs to the National Panhellenic Association which consists of 26 national sororities across the United States.

 

Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, Theta Chi Chapter, stresses leadership, character, and involvement through its brotherhood. It provides an environment for members to achieve a healthy balance of academic and social activities.

 

Phi Omega sorority has been on the Eureka College campus for over twenty-five years. The goal of this sorority is the mutual advancement of its members, the promotion of a high standard of scholastic, and the social activity and the rendering of service to Eureka College and the community. Its motto is to create a special bond between friends that will be strong even after college. The sorority stresses academics, and friendliness, closeness, and a unique sisterhood.

 

Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Iota Chapter, was granted its charter in 1917. The fraternity believes that the essential elements of true brotherhood are love, charity, and esteem. Tau Kappa Epsilon on campus boasts that its campus membership includes former President Ronald Reagan.

Athletic Organizations

The Eureka College Cheerleaders promotes and upholds school spirit, develops a sense of good sportsmanship among the students and members of the squad, and improves relationships between schools during all athletic events.

Service/Philanthropic Organizations

The goal of Alpha Phi Omega is to assemble College Students in a national service fraternity in the fellowship of principles derived from Boy Scouts, develop leadership, promote friendship and provide service and further freedom that is our national, educational & intellectual heritage

Religious/Spiritual Organizations

Campus Crusade For Christ International is an inter-denominational Christian campus ministry. A student movement working together to spread the Word of God on campus. A group that offers fellowship, Bible study, and spiritual growth.

 

Disciples of Campus (DOC) is open to any Eureka College student who is affiliated with the Disciples of Christ or United Church of Christ denominations, and those persons interested in joining an organization that discusses and pursues topics of faith.

Special Interest Organizations

Alliance: A social/political club designed to educate the Eureka College community on LGBTQ+ issues.  

 

Black Student Union (BSU): Fostering a welcoming community for Black students while also facilitating connections for the entire campus community.

Student Clubs and Organizations Contact Information

Click HERE for a list of contacts for Eureka College Student Clubs and Organizations. 

Student Clubs and Organizations Resources

The Eureka College Student Senate is organized to assure oversight of campus organizations and is designed to work with faculty, staff, and administration on bettering the social and academic environment on campus. Responsible to the student body, the membership of the Senate includes class presidents and senators elected at-large. Further information on the Eureka College Student Senate is defined in the Constitution attached below.

 

 

Click Here To View the Student Senate Constitution

 

 

 

 Click  Here To View The Student Organization Handbook 

 

For Clubs or Organizations who wish to become recognized by Eureka College:

Sample  Constitution  and Bylaws

Student Organization/ Club Recognition App

 

 

For active clubs or organizations who wish to travel:

Travel Authorization Form

Liability Form

Medical Information Releas e Form

 

For active clubs or organizations who wish to request additional funds from the Office of Student Life: 

Student Allocations Committee Request Form 

Arts & Lecture Funding Guidelines and Request For m

 

Miscellaneous forms for clubs/organizations:

 Fall '23 Club/Organization Roster Form  

Midas Link to Reserve Space on Campus

Fire Pit Policy and Reservation Form

Raffle Ordinance and Application

Submit Events to Eureka Happenings

Submit Annoucements to Eureka Happenings

 

For clubs/organizations who wish to host parties where alcohol is present:

 Social Function Registration Form (on and off-campus)  

Party Guest List Template

 

To reserve a table at Athletic Events: EC Athleti c Event