Clubs & Organizations

No matter what your specific interests are, you can find a way to pursue them at Principia College. Principia students have a long-standing tradition of taking responsibility for their own education and giving generously of their time and talents to the community. That's part of the reason you’ll find student-run clubs on campus ranging from environmental awareness to stand-up comedy and from fencing to philosophy. It’s also the reason you’ll find so many people having so much fun!    

After all, Principia College’s character education in the liberal arts setting includes a lot more than just academics. There’s not an academic class on character education. The lessons learned come from the entire Principia College experience—from intellectual, social, physical, moral, and spiritual pursuits. Here are some ways you can pursue your interests, make a contribution to the community, and round out your education beyond the classroom:

+1 (an a cappella octet)
American Chemical Society
Astronomy Club
BSU (Black Student Union)
Camera
Community Service Team
CSO (Christian Science Organization)
Film Club
FOEs (Friends of English)
Friendship Around the World
Frisbee Club
Golf Club
The Kitchen (gourmet cooking)
Jam Factory (student bands)
Lacrosse
LAZOS (Latin American Club)
Lazy Zipper (improv comedy)
Metanoia
M.T.G. (Magic: The Gathering)
M.Y.T.H. (Medieval Years Throughout
     History)

PAC (Public Affairs Conference)
Pan-African Conference
Panther Racing (car care)
Phi Alpha Eta (scholastic honor
     society)
The Pilot (magazine)
Principia Internet Radio
Principia Music Production
     Association
Principia Ski Team
Rock Climbing
Rugby
The Sheaf (yearbook)
Social Event Planners
Society of Physics Students
Solar Car
Sustainability Club
Swing Dance
Theatre
Whitewater Kayaking Club
YAF (Young Americans for Freedom)

 

“Because it’s a small campus, there’s room for everyone to be a part of something. I’m president of Rackham, on the Model UN team, on the PAC executive board, and vice president of the CSO.”