Clubs & Organizations

Clubs are a vital part of student life at Huntington University. These clubs are opportunities for students to explore their passions and engage in enriching experiences beyond the classroom. Student Organizations provide leadership opportunities for students here at HU. These organizations not only provide avenues for personal and professional development but many also offer paid positions. Dive into our diverse array of student clubs and orgs, each tailored to ignite your interests and foster meaningful connections. Check out the list below to see you can be a part of!
For more information on on who to contact for a club of interest, email the Director of Student Activities - Julianne Miller


Collegiate Farm Bureau

Collegiate Farm Bureau is a student led organization that offers leadership and engagement opportunities for students. We approach ideas such as career development, service learning, scholarship assistance, and professional networking. As a program at Huntington University, we connect with the local Farm Bureau Chapter to create events, help the community, and educate others about agriculture and leadership.

Delight Ministries

Delight Ministries currently meets weekly. It is a Christ-centered community and our mission is to invite college women into this community that fosters vulnerability and transforms stories. All women are welcome to join at ANY time. 

Disc Golf

The Disc Golf Club consists of students who are passionate about disc golfing. Our club trys to meet once a month to play disc golf on our course here at HU. We try to attend a few tournaments around the Huntington area each year.


Huntington Esports is a diverse community of gamers enjoying amazing community & collegiate-level competition together! The program is in its 3rd year of competition, and currently is competing in 5 titles, Overwatch, Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Rocket League, Valorant, and Fortnite. Teams practice 2-3 times weekly, with weekly competitions against other university teams around the country. We have teams in the NECC, NACE, and ECAC League. Our current roster hosts 22 athletes and counting and are on track to grow even more in the next few years! 

Eunomia: Pre-Law Student Organization

Our pre-law club at HU. Eunomia is an organization of students interested in the legal profession or law enforcement and criminal justice, and students interested in public affairs, contemporary politics, human rights, conflict resolution, ethics and public policy. We are involved in a range of activities like facilitating Law School Admission Test (LSAT) study, staging mock trials, taking trips to visit law schools, organizing campus wide policy debates, conducting voter registration drives, and a range of other social events. 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes has a vision to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. We desire to lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church and believe we achieve this goal through intentional discipleship. This club meets once a month. 

Foresters Coalition for Life

Foresters Coalition for Life is an anti-abortion club with the purpose of educating students on human development, abortion procedures, and other topics related to abortion. In addition, the club provides support to pregnant and/or parenting students while aiming to make the anti-abortion movement non-partisan for people of all political parties. The group meets weekly. 

Horticulture Club

The purpose of the Huntington University Horticultural Club is to promote positive horticultural projects on campus and in the community as well as to educate and raise awareness of horticulture and plants in general. Additionally, the Club aims to create an environment for building relationships and friendships between students, staff, and faculty around a common interest in horticulture. The Club currently hosts 4-5 fundraising sale events each year and oversees the Campus Orchard & Garden, the campus honeybees, helps maintain the campus woods trails, and is involved in planting trees and landscaping projects on campus. We usually go on one or two weekend field trips each academic year.

International Student Council (ISC)

The International Student Council (ISC) is international student led. These students host events on campus to make sure international students have a community of students that also share diversity. The events they host are helpful in making international students at Huntington University feel at home away from home. ISC usually meets biweekly. 

Music Opportunities
  • Chamber Orchestra – The Chamber Orchestra is open to both University students and members of the Huntington community. The major emphasis of the Chamber Orchestra is performing at the annual December presentation of the Messiah.  

  • Concert Choir – Concert Choir is open to all students by audition. The focus is on a wide variety of the best in choral literature. Highlights include an annual spring tour and occasional performances with other Choirs.  

  • Miscellaneous Ensembles – A variety of small ensembles, woodwind quintets, and Baroque Chamber Players exist to help students use and develop their music talents. Organization of these groups occurs on an annual basis in the fall through the Music Department.  

  • Wind Ensemble – The Wind Ensemble is a group made up of selected wind, brass, and percussion players that perform standard band literature. 

Nursing Student Council (NSC)

NSC is an official organization for all nursing and pre-nursing students on campus.  All pre-nursing and nursing students automatically become members of the organization with no cost to the student.  The purposes are to foster beginning professional values, to serve as a supportive resource, and to encourage communication between all students interested in nursing. The faculty in the Department of Nursing at Huntington University support and encourage the development of this council. 

Pre-Vet Club

The pre-vet club is a club for anyone interested in having a career in vet medicine or even for those who are just interested in animals. The goals of this club is to provide an environment that can help undergraduate students navigate some of the obstacles involved with trying to get into vet school. This club has the opportunity to speak with experienced veterinarians who are willing to sit down with students to answer any questions they may have. This club also values community. We love to volunteer at animal shelters and to participate in fundraisers in order to give back to our community.

Student Athlete Leadership Team (SALT)

The mission of the Student-Athlete Leadership Team (SALT) is to provide leadership opportunities for student-athletes to influence the total student-athlete experience at Huntington University. SALT is a student-athlete organization created to advance the university’s mission of Christ, Scholarship and Service by promoting the development of Christian character, academic excellence and service to the campus and greater Huntington community through athletics. 

Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)

Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) meets one to two times a month. The club focuses on advocating for the occupational therapy profession, serving others within our community, working with various populations future occupational therapy assistants may work with in the field, and getting to know other occupational therapy assistant students through fun and engaging activities.   

University Christian Outreach (UCO)

University Christian Outreach (UCO) is a community striving to grow as disciples of Christ, alongside one another. We aim to each give our whole lives to Jesus, and to follow Him together. As a community, we desire to welcome others in and to impact campus with the love of God. We have large worship gatherings once every week and discipleship groups that meet every-other week. We also pray weekly with the Center. We have additional discipleship opportunities for those interested in getting more involved in the UCO community.


Friesen Center for Service and Experiential Learning

What better way to interact with a community than by faithfully serving others? Through service, students gain valuable experience meeting the specific needs of a community in tangible ways, developing soft skills in leadership and collaboration in diverse situations.

The Friesen Center Student Leadership Team consists of a Student Director and several Program Coordinators, who plan and organize service opportunities both on and off campus. Some activities serve the Forester community, planting trees and tulip bulbs, and others serve the Huntington community assisting the elderly, participating in city volunteer activities, and helping nonprofit organizations.

Multicultural Activities Council (MAC)

Multicultural Activities Council (MCA) consists of student leaders that come from diverse backgrounds who work together to bring awareness of different cultures to the HU community.

MAC organizes on a variety of events throughout the year to celebrate different cultures such as: Latino Fest- Hispanic Heritage, Soup N' Scoop- Indigenous Peoples' Month, Soul Food Cafe- Black History Month, More than a Dragon - Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. MAC consists of a student president, event coordinator, volunteer coordinator, social media coordinator, social media design managaer, and house manager. MAC is overseen by the Coordinator of Multicultural Programs. 

Student Activities Board (SAB)

Student Activities Board (SAB) is a student-led organization responsible for the planning and coordination of campus-wide student activities on Huntington University’s home campus. The mission of this team is to create well-run events that cultivate, support, and sustain community, promote educational opportunities, and develop personal growth for students at Huntington University.

The board is overseen by the Director of Student Acitvities. Activities include carnivals, themed events, concerts, movies, campus-wide Olympics, holiday parties, etc. The University’s student-run campus activities social media marketing page, “The Axe”, is coordinated in conjunction with SAB and overseen by the Director of Student Activities.

Student Government Association (SGA)

Student Government Association (SGA) is a student-led organization designed to help facilitate concerns between the student body and the university administration. Student government helps create various student events, as well as provides financial support to other clubs and student activites.

The Student Government Association is overseen by the Vice President for Student Life. SGA is led by an executive board made up of a President, Vice President, Secretary, and a Treasurer which are paid positions elected by the student body. SGA also has two paid positions for a public relations rep and a graphic designer. Each class has a representative as well as a representative for each residence hall. Other positions include North American Minority representative, international representatives, representatives at large, and commuter representatives.