AAUW @ DSU helps to empower women by advancing equity for women and girls, educating people about women’s issues on and off campus, providing support and networking opportunities, and promoting women’s research. The group is open to all people--women and men--interested in these goals.
Meetings: first and fourth Thursday of each month from 4-5 p.m. in the TC Club Hub meeting room
Contact Info: Facebook @dsuaauw
CEO is club which focuses on fostering entrepreneurship on campus. The ideas of our members belong to our members, we will never hold claim over your intellectual property. If you have ideas which you believe can generate revenue, we want to help provide the resources you need to get started.
Meetings: first and third Monday of every month in Beacom Room 235 (the room which overlooks N Washington Ave)
Computer Club believes that education goes far beyond the classroom at DSU. As a student-led club, we are dedicated to supplementing classroom education by hosting competitions, tech talks, and shedding light on current industry events. Computer Club members have competed with great success at local, regional, and national competitions.
Meetings: every other Wednesday with starting times TBA at the beginning of each semester
Contact Info: email@example.com
The purpose of CybHER is to provide a network of support and resources that teach and encourage women who aspire to work in the technology industry. All members of CybHER are females that have an interest in computer science, cyber operations, network security or other technology-centric degrees.
Meetings: every other Wednesday 12-1 p.m. in EH105
The DSU Esports Club is a place where students can play video games with others in the DSU gaming community, but also have the opportunity for students to compete at a collegiate level against other schools in the country. DSU is a Tespa Chapter as well, meaning that we are officially affiliated with Tespa, a company that works with Blizzard Entertainment to create tournaments that offer scholarships as prizes.
Meetings: Thursdays at 6 p.m., Beacom 135
DSU Theatre Club is an innovative, collaborative blend of every area and department on campus, which is then, transformed into performance art. Theatre is everywhere, it's for everyone, and it's about everyone. DSU Theatre Club is also a great way to meet new friends, get out of your comfort zone, and it looks great on résumés.
Meetings: Wednesdays,12 p.m., TC Underground
Contact Info: Facebook @DakotaStateUniversityTheatre
FCA focuses on serving local communities around the globe and inspiring to change the world through the gospel. We value that we will demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through integrity, serving, teamwork and excellence. Our overall goal is to lead coaches, athletes, and students to engage with others, equip themselves with Christ-centered training, and be disciples to all nations.
Meetings: every Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. in the Karl Mundt Library, lower level
Advisors: Josh Ok, firstname.lastname@example.org, - Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach; Geoff Schaab, email@example.com - Head Baseball Coach; Andrew Gross - firstname.lastname@example.org - College Pastor at United Methodist Church
The purpose of FIRE is to expand students’ intelligence in the areas of finance, investments, economics and real estate; as well as to provide a positive environment for learning and networking.
Meetings: Currently, FIRE is not planning for meetings for this semester as the club is under major restructuring.
The International Club is an all-inclusive organization that welcomes all students—both international and local. The club’s programs and activities are focused around increasing cultural exchange providing opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the Madison community to better their cultural understanding. As a student-led club, you can help shape and form its future.
Contact Info: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/DSUIntclub/
DSU NASA is a club dedicated to helping facilitate Cultural Awareness of Native American tribes and there peoples to the students of DSU. Members meet to discuss cultural awareness and how best to facilitate that discussion with the wider student body by hosting events in coordination with the DSU office of Diversity sharing our message on Facebook or by other methods as appropriate.
Meetings: every other Monday 4-5 p.m. in the Leaning Engagement Center (LEC) - Diversity Lounge
Contact Info: Facebook
The Newman Club exists to offer spiritual guidance and to develop a sense of community among students. It provides means for Catholic Students to celebrate and learn about their faith, as well as means for non-Catholics to learn about the Catholic religion. The Newman Club helps strengthen faith and friendships in an open environment.
Meetings: Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Newman Center (321 Van Eps Ave N.)
Advisor: Father DeWayne Kayser, email@example.com
Contact Info: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/stmichaelnewman/
PBL is a student organization dedicated to bringing business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Members have the opportunity to participate at the local, state, and national level. Open to students of all ages and majors. It is the collegiate level of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization.
Meetings: every other Tuesday at 12:20 p.m. in the TC Regents Room
Contact Info: Facebook @PBLDSU
Our goal is to provide students interested in the art of photography a platform to express their artistic voice. We strive to provide these students with events that will increase their knowledge of photography.
Meetings: every other Monday at 6 p.m. in the Oyate Room
Contact Info: Facebook @dsuphotoclub
DSU students and community members playing soccer together at the Community Center and Baughman Field. DSU students are able to participate as a team in soccer tournaments throughout South Dakota using club funding and donations.
Meetings: scrimmage times can change frequently. Please refer to the DSU Soccer Club Facebook page for official times and days.
The purpose of Stomp Out Stigma (S.O.S.) is to: promote mental health awareness and education at DSU; to provide an ongoing space for students to have a stigma-free place to discuss mental health; to provide a bridge between community mental health resources and your school community; to give an opportunity to lead projects based on mental health; and to focus on reducing the stigma of mental health issues.
Meetings: currently inactive
Teachers of Tomorrow provides opportunities to be involved on campus, in the community, and in classrooms. We focus on bettering future teachers by volunteering, hosting several guest speakers, and providing workshops.
Meetings: Mondays at 1 p.m. once or twice a month in the Kennedy Center
Open to all DSU Students - Pick up style Ultimate Frisbee with rotating teams and players
Meetings: Mondays and Wednesdays at 5 p.m. at the DSU football practice fields.
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) is an independent, student-based nonprofit organization that promotes the exploration and development of space. SEDS pursues this mission by educating people about the benefits of space, supporting a network of interested students, providing an opportunity for members to develop their leadership skills, and inspiring young people through their involvement in space-related projects. Projects include: model rockets, astronomy, data analysis, high power rocketry, and various other space-related experiments.
Meetings: every other Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in the Physics Lab (Science Center 143)