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Student Clubs & Organizations

Life is what you make it. Getting involved with Albertus Magnus’ clubs and organizations can really make something happen in your life!

Animation Club: exposes students to animation through watching and discuss the different types of animated genres

Art Club: enlightens students about art and sponsors trips to museums in nearby metro areas; oversees the artistic design of Albertus Magnus’ yearly student-run shows and festivals

Book Mites Club: The Book Mites are avid readers and gather regularly to read and discuss books of different genres, similar to a Book Club

Breakwater Literary Magazine: publishes fiction, poetry, and artwork created by students and faculty members to showcase the tremendous talent at Albertus in its annual publication

Campus Cursive: promotes positive attitude and inspires others throughout the campus and surrounding community by handwriting letters of encouragement and support

Commuter Council: supports the commuter population through creating events and social outreach programs, improving commuter-resident relations, and aid in commuter welfare. Seeks to create a better experience for commuter students at Albertus Magnus College

Dominican Team: committed to the Dominican Heritage and Mission of Albertus Magnus College. Meets regularly to suggest activities of service and community that Dominican Ministries can conduct. Helps to implement these activities and generate enthusiasm. Be a connection between students and the Office of Dominican Ministries.

English Club: provides English majors and those interested in English the opportunity to enjoy related activities and discussions pertaining to literature, poetry, drama, and journalism. Organizes open-mic nights, poetry readings and student theatrical performances

Honors Club: provides the opportunity for students in the Honors program to organize and participate in various cultural activities and events, as well as volunteer with local community service projects

Multicultural Student Union: promotes a sense of diversity and multiculturalism within the student body on campus by organizing programs and events that celebrate a variety of cultures and backgrounds

Science Club: works to promote an interest in science and raises awareness through recycling programs, blood drives, and by hosting movie nights and field trips

Something Social Club: provides both Sociology majors and those interested in Sociology the opportunity to enjoy Sociology-related activities and explore the application of sociology to the civic world and everyday life

Student Alumni Association: serves as a bridge to all Albertus Magnus students- past, present, and future- connecting them via Albertus traditions. Sponsors several events including the annual Christmas Tree Lighting, Frankie’s Hatch Bash, and initiatives such as Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day, and Project Gratitude. For more information, contact

Student Government Association: the voice of the student body and the major programming group on campus. Plans and implements student events on campus. SGA organizes traditions on campus such as Fall Fest, Spring Jam, dances, BINGO nights, and much more. Other student organizations may request funds from SGA for programs and events. For more information, contact student government president at

*Student Veterans Association: This group is a resource for any students that are veterans and their purpose is to support veteran students and share resources whenever possible

Table Tennis Club: serves as a group that encourages the fun and competitive spirit of the game of table tennis. They meet weekly to play table tennis as well as educating others about the game of table tennis

Writing Club: provides a comforting environment for students to create and develop their writing, from poems to short stories. Students will be able to share their writings, either named or anonymous, with the group

*This student organization is part of the Division of Professional and Graduate Studies. Any interested students should contact James Patsilades at


Erin Morrell
Associate Dean for Campus Activities & Orientation