Art Club–Coordinates art displays & events. Have field trips to see art related museums or shows.
Campus Activities Board (CAB)–Books all of the major entertainment, guest speakers & lectures that appear on campus throughout the year.
Child Development Club–To address issues of child development; answer questions about parenting skills; to serve as a resource for care givers.
Christian Fellowship Club–Members attend seminars, lectures & workshops pertaining to the Christian lifestyle.
Cinema Club–Students get together to discuss the cinema and occasionally attend an afternoon flick together.
Collegian (Newspaper)–Published bi-weekly; disseminates information of both on & off campus to its constituency.
Fitness Club–Brings people together whose goal is trying to get fit or stay fit. Most of their activity takes place in the Boyce Campus Fitness Center, located in the West Wing, third floor.
Games Club–Sponsors and promotes games that are played just for fun and camaraderie. Fierce competitors need not apply!
International Students Club–Creates opportunities for Boyce students to understand and appreciate different cultures.
Newman Club–Catholic sponsored club which allows students and faculty to share their ideas, beliefs and views of Catholicism.
Phi Theta Kappa–You must have a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or better & 12 credits completed. This club promotes academic excellence, scholarship & leadership. Phi Theta Kappa sponsors many campus & community service projects & events. Membership is by invitation only, during the Spring & Fall semesters.
Progressive African Americans–Hosts many activities & events, provides developmental support & increases student awareness.
Student Government Association (SGA)–Responds to the wants & needs of the students by acting as a liaison between the student body & the faculty & administration.
Student Nurses Association–Keeps nursing students abreast of new developments, promotes involvement in current health care issues & the needs of the community.
Student Physical Therapist Association–To bring about an awareness of Physical Therapy on this campus & in the community, among members & non members. To engage in activities that further the dissemination of knowledge of the practice of Physical Therapy.
Student Occupational Therapy–Promotes awareness of Occupational Therapy on campus & in the community by engaging in related activities.
The following clubs are inactive:
Able Company (Abilities Beyond Limbs & Extremities)
Black Literature Club
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Law and Justice
Native American Culture Club
Office Careers Club
To activate an old club or to start a new one, contact the Student Life Office and they will explain the simple process.