When you get involved with an arts and sciences-related club at Concordia, you open yourself up to all kinds of possibilities: connections with fellow Concordians who share your same interests, opportunities to practice and apply what you’ve learned in the classroom, and the chance to serve others in ways that match the unique skillsets you’ve been given. Check out some of the liberal arts-focused student organizations you can look forward to joining at CUAA.

Language Clubs

Pre-Professional Clubs

  • Pre-Healthcare Professionals Club (PHPC) - the PHPC’s purpose is to guide, direct, and teach undergraduate students about appropriate health care careers that match up with their scientific and social interests and passions. Through this process, PHPC helps further the preparation of skilled physicians, therapists, and other trained healthcare workers for the service to Christ, the Church, and the World.
  • Athletic Training Club in HHP
  • Psychology Club

Fine Arts Clubs

  • Collegiate Chapter of NAfME (National Association for Music Education)
  • Artist in Residence (Students Art Club)
  • Arborsong
  • Brass Ensemble
  • Concordia Choir
  • Flute Choir
  • Handbell Choir
  • Jazz Ensemble
  • Pep Band
  • String Ensemble
  • Theatre Productions
  • Wind Ensemble
  • Women’s Chorale
  • Worship Arts Team

Church Work Clubs

  • Pre-Seminary Club - the Pre-Seminary Club provides encouragement and fellowship for pre-seminary students on campus and others interested in the study and practice of the Christian faith. We particularly look for ways to witness the faith in the campus community and beyond.
  • Life Team - The Life Team is a Christ-centered organization that will educate and equip the Concordia campus to protect and uphold the sanctity of life on campus and in the community in all circumstances. The Life Team is focused on helping with all issues involving life, including abortion, bioethics, end of life care, homelessness, suicide and depression, and many others. They aim to provide support to individuals struggling with these issues and to educate members about these types of problems and how they can help.

Recreational Clubs

  • Board Game Club
  • Video Game Club