Clubs and Organizations
With more than 50 clubs and organizations for you to join, there’s never a shortage of something to do on any given day at Hastings. From intramural activities to honor societies, musical groups to volunteer organizations, it’s pretty easy to get involved on campus.
If you still can’t find your niche after exploring the many organizations Hastings offers, we encourage you to pursue your own interests and start something new. Stop by the Office of Student Activities Campus Connect desk in Hazelrigg Student Union to find out how.
The Office of Student Activities is excited about your interest in our student groups! We recognize that student clubs and organizations provide a valuable service to the Hastings College community by providing leadership development, spirit, activism, public service and social and cultural interaction.
As a student at Hastings, you have the unique opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities. Involvement in student groups is a great way to connect to the campus, build leadership skills, meet people and have fun!
There are many benefits to being involved on campus:
- Ease the transition from one school to another.
- It helps you meet people and make friends with those who have similar interests.
- Involved students are more likely to graduate.
- Involved students feel more connected to the College, the campus, other students and are more familiar with the resources the College provides.
- Involved students report higher levels of satisfaction with their college experience.
- Being involved encourages and advances your development on all levels: intellectual, cultural, spiritual and social.
- You’ll gain knowledge, skills and experience in leadership, communication, problem-solving, group development and management, budgeting and finance, presentation, public speaking and much more!
- You will become knowledgeable about what is happening on campus.
- Build your resume with extracurricular and leadership development activities.
The list below is not all inclusive — and does change over time.
Clubs & Organizations
- Flag Football
- Glow Bowling
- Video Games
- College Diabetes Network (CDN)
- Gender/Sexuality Alliance
- Peer HIV Education Organization (PHIVE-O)
- Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC)
- Apartment Resident Assistants (ARAs)
- Bronco Village Apartment Board
- Residence Hall Councils
- Resident Assistants (RAs)
- Baseball (men)
- Basketball (women/men)
- Bowling (women/men)
- Cheerleading (co-ed)
- Crimson Spirit Dance Team (women)
- Cross Country (women/men)
- Esports (co-ed)
- Football (men)
- Golf (women/men)
- Shotgun Sports (co-ed)
- Soccer (women/men)
- Softball (women)
- Tennis (women/men)
- Track & Field (women/men)
- Volleyball (women)
- Wrestling (women/men)
Special Interest Groups
- Artists’ Guild
- Black Student Alliance
- Disability Rights, Education, Activism and Mentoring (DREAM)
- Forensics (Speech)
- HC Democrats
- HC Republicans
- Model UN
- Multicultural Student Union
- Physical Education (PE) Club
- Political Science Club
- Professional Business Leader’s Club
- Social Justice Education Initiative
- Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC)
- Student Theatre Improv
- Sociology Club
- Student Alumni Association
- Student Education Association
Fraternities & Sororities
- Alpha Delta Alpha – local sorority
- Chi Omega Psi – local sorority
- Eta Phi Lambda – local fraternity
- Kappa Rho Upsilon – local gender inclusive sorority
- Phi Mu Alpha (Sinfonia) – national music fraternity, men only
- Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI) – national music fraternity, women only
- Alpha Chi (Academic)
- Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology)
- Alpha Psi Omega (Theatre)
- Beta Beta Beta (Biology)
- Lambda Pi Eta (Communication)
- Kappa Pi (Art)
- Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics)
- Omicron Delta Kappa (Leadership)
- Order of Omega (Greek Life)
- Phi Alpha Theta (History)
- Phi Sigma Iota (Foreign Language)
- Pi Kappa Delta (Forensics)
- Psi Chi (Psychology)
- Sigma Tau Delta (English)
- Society for Collegiate Journalists
- Alpha Omega Sorority
- Beta Chi Fraternity
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Seeking Understanding: An Interfaith Learning Community
- Bell Choir
- Entertainment Arts Ensemble
- Hastings College Band
- Hastings College Choir
- Hastings College Jazz Ensemble
- Hastings College Choral Union
- Hastings Symphony Orchestra
- National Association for Music Educators (NAfME)
- National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS)
- Musical Theatre
- MTNA (Music Teachers National Association)
- Phi Mu Alpha (Sinfonia)
- Sigma Alpha Iota
- SNATS (Student National Association of Teachers of Singing)
- Vocal Jazz Ensemble (audition)
Student Media & Publications
- The Collegian student newspaper
- The Collegian TV (streaming news program)
- Spectrum (art and literary magazine)
- Center for Applied Media Arts (livestreams of events, photography and more)
Statement of Group Diversity
As an institution of higher learning, Hastings College believes in education and personal development both inside and outside of the classroom. Student learning is central to the culture of our institution and finding ways to improve student learning is a continuous process. Recognized student clubs and organizations are an important part of this education since they allow students to gain leadership skills, to explore their values, and to begin laying the foundation for their professional careers. Adding to the riches of our campus culture, these groups give students the opportunity to explore their own interests. Understanding the importance of diversity, we continue to work to engage and support a wide range of multicultural, academic, professional, social, philanthropic, political, cultural, recreational, spiritual and athletic organizations.
Hastings College acknowledges the importance student groups have on campus. As such, recognized clubs and organizations are permitted to use College facilities and services to assist them in meeting their goals and objectives. Along with these benefits come responsibilities to the club or organization, to the College and to the campus community. It is the responsibility of each registered student organization to adhere to the mission of the College and its supporting bylaws, statues and policies. Clubs and organizations are student run and their continuity from year to year depend on student initiative.
It is the policy of Hastings College that registered student groups practice an open membership policy for members of the college community without regard to age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, military service member or veteran status, sexual orientation or gender identity. Membership and participation in registered student groups must be open to all currently registered students without regard to gender, unless exempt under Title IX.