Student Clubs and Organizations
MacMurray College offers students the opportunity to learn and grow outside of the classroom by participating in student organizations. Students involved in organizations report that this type of involvement allows them the opportunity to meet people with common interests, explore new areas of interest, and develop leadership skills. Recent studies also indicate that students who are involved in college are more likely to persist.
To learn more about the clubs and organizations that are currently registered with the Office of Student Life, please click on the name of a group. If you do not see a group that interest you, or if you would like to start your own group, simply visit the Office of Student Life.
Honor society for students who have maintained a 3.5 or higher GPA and are in the top 20% of their class during their first year or term of higher education.
Club for involving all students, with or without current knowledge in American Sign Language, in the Deaf and signing communities.
The oldest organization on campus. The purpose of this society shall be to combine service and social activities into a functional campus society, promoting friendship and enthusiasm among members of the society and the campus community.
A group that encourages environmental awareness and promotes "green" behaviors, as well as manages recycling efforts on campus.
To provide service to students to educate, maintain, and encourage academic achievement and cultural awareness.
Educates the campus on how to drink responsibly, handle health situations, and to teach people to act and react responsibly.
Student group dedicated to fun and fellowship in a Christ-centered atmosphere.
Sponsors activities to meet the social and recreational needs of the MacMurray Community.
Advances the education of exceptional children and youth.
Synchronized dance group which leads spirit activities at athletic games and events.
A social and service fraternity that promotes brotherhood.
A governing body for all social fraternities and sororities.
Each residence hall has a hall council that represents the students' interests to the MacMurray Student Association and coordinates activities and fundraising within the residence hall.
An ensemble of voices organized to develop excellent standards of choral music and to represent the college in concerts and special musical productions of the highest quality performances.
Provides the opportunity for individual students to participate in the legislation, execution, and adjudication of their government and to provide a means for the equal and proper representation for all active campus organizations.
Publishes the annual literary and art magazine of student work.
National Honor Society for seniors (students are selected at the completion of their junior year).
A group which provides social and religious activities for students of the Catholic Faith.
Social and service fraternity for men.
A female social service society.
Facilitates communication between faculty and students, brings members into contact with agencies and professionals, provides opportunities for social interaction, and promotes the field of social work on and off campus.
Promote awareness and understanding of Hispanic language and culture on the campus and in the community by practicing Spanish, teaching others Spanish, and experiencing Spanish Culture.
Encourages professional unity and sociability among nursing through campus programs, community involvement, and collaborative relationships.
Encourages the MacMurray community to engage in yoga and other self-care opportunities.