Life is what you make it. Getting involved with Albertus Magnus’ clubs and organizations can really make something happen in your life!
This club exposes students to animation holds regular meetings to watch and discuss the different types of animated genres.
The Book Mites are avid readers and gather regularly to read and discuss books of different genres.
In its annual publication of the same name, Breakwater publishes fiction, poetry, and artwork created by students and faculty members to showcase the tremendous talent at Albertus.
This club provides volunteer tutoring services and assists local youth with their schoolwork.
The English Club provides English majors and those interested in English with opportunities to enjoy activities and discussions about literature, poetry, drama, and journalism. The club organizes events such as poetry readings, open mic nights, and student theatrical performances.
This club provides opportunities 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.
This club aims to improve and maintain plant life at Albertus. They plan to construct a garden on campus to grow vegetables and other plants.
The Multicultural Student Union (MSU) is a group that promotes diversity and multiculturalism within the student body. Each year, the MSU plans programs and events that celebrate a variety of cultures and backgrounds.
The Science Club raises awareness through recycling programs, blood drives, movie nights, and field trips.
The Student Alumni Association (SAA) is comprised of 25 undergraduate students and serves as a bridge to all Albertus Magnus students — past, present, and future — connecting them through Albertus traditions. SAA sponsors several events and initiatives, including the Christmas Tree Lighting, Frankie's Hatch Bash, Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day, and Project Gratitude to instill school spirit and a culture of philanthropy. Membership applications are accepted in the spring and fall. Contact the group at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This group is the voice of the student body and the major programming group on campus. Members are students who want to plan and implement student events on campus. Student Government Association (SGA) plans events on campus such as Fall Fest, Spring Jam, dances, BINGO nights, and much more. The Association has a volunteer committee that any student can join to help out at events. Other student organizations may request funds from SGA for programs and events. For more information, contact student government president at email@example.com.