Whether you are looking to pad out your academic resume or your social calendar,
our bustling student life and activities aim is to help you make the most out of your
experience here at Southern.
From science students in Hickman Science Center to art majors in Brock Hall, and everyone
in between, Southern's schools and departments have professional and academic clubs
that can help you get a foot in the door. Network with area professionals, meet other
students on your academic track and even get involved with organizations in the community.
If you're looking for something a little more adventurous, clubs like Kayaking, Southern
Striders and P.E. Sports Studies will all get you rafting, running, and more. But,
you don't have to join these clubs to join in on the fun. The Southern Outdoor Adventure
Program (SOAP) hosts a number of events throughout the year for all levels of experience.
For those of you wanting to celebrate your heritage, the Asian Club, Latin American
Club (LAC), and the Black Christian Union Club (BCU) offer great ways to make connections,
get involved with other students, and celebrate the diversity that makes Southern
unique. Each of these clubs hosts a cultural night to showcase food, music, history,
Whatever activities you choose to get involved in will help make your college experience
unforgettable. If you would like to add to the list of activities available to students,
speak with Kari Shultz, Director of Student Life and Activities. Her office is located
in the Bietz Center, 2nd floor, Suite 2400.