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INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS

NNU provides opportunity to get involved in a variety of extra and co-curricular clubs and organizations. Encourage your student to get involved!

Contact

Grant Miller
Director of Community Life
(208) 467-8059
gtmiller@nnu.edu


Student Organizations

  • Student Government Association (SGA) members are elected by their class to serve the Class Council in one of the three branches of student government: the legislative, judicial or executive branch. It is through this group that student events are planned and student fees are allocated and spent. NNU’s SGA makes events such as broom hockey, TWIRP, Black Tie and Week Done possible.
  • The Crusader is the student-run school newspaper. The editor is appointed by department faculty, and, in turn, appoints the newspaper editors and staff. All students are encouaged to join the staff and be involved in reporting, writing, taking pictures, doing layout and working in many other areas.
  • The Oasis is the yearbook publication, edited and published each year by a student staff. The editor is appointed by the Executive Cabinet.The editor appoints an associate editor and staff. All students are encouraged to assist in the publication.
  • Social Board is chaired by the SGA Social Vice President and is comprised of students from each academic class, elected by class members. Social Board’s primary responsibilities include advertising, planning and execution of NNU social events such as Week One, TWIRP Weekend, Black Tie and Week (D)one. The board also works to enhance the school activity calendar by providing regular campus events.
  • Community Relations Board is chaired by the SGA Director of Community Relations and is comprised of appointed student representatives from each academic class.The Community Relations Board’s primary responsibilities include organizing blood drives, the Christmas gift project and one major community project each year.

Campus Clubs

The ASNNU, along with the University administration is responsible for fostering wholesome social and religious activities on the campus through various academic and social clubs. These clubs include:

  • Accounting Club
  • Association of Computing Machinery
  • American Marketing Association
  • Alpha Epsilon Delta
  • American Sign Language
  • Bike Club
  • Chemistry Club
  • Chinese Students Club
  • College Republicans
  • Crusader League
  • Drama Club
  • Engineering Club
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Free Hugs Club
  • International Film Society
  • Men’s Lacrosse
  • Multicultural Club
  • Near Space Club
  • Outdoor Recreation Club
  • Psychology Club
  • Physics Club
  • Recycling Club
  • SIFE (Students In Free Enterprise)
  • Sigma Tau Delta
  • Social Work Club
  • Student Alumni Council
  • Student Nursing Association
  • Tennis Club
  • Women’s Lacrosse
  • Yacht Club