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Service Clubs and Organizations

  • Art Club - To education and promote the Arts throughout the campus and community.
  • Aviation Club - To educate the public about the advantages of the aviation community
  • Brother Sun, Sister Moon Players (Drama Club) - Seeks to further the dramatic arts and live theatre
  • Brothers of Unity - To promote the recognition and involvement of male students at Quincy University with the intention of creating a strong voice on campus while making an impact.
  • Circle K - An international collegiate service organization that is a sponsored leadership program of Kiwanis International
  • Cre8tivity Club - An artistically-based service organization that encourages creative thinking, expression and collaboration which can be used to benefit the community.
  • Falcon - Campus Newspaper students use to communicate with the campus community
  • G-U-I-Dance - To minister to people and minister to them through dance and to bring them closer to God in a new perspective.
  • Haiti Connection - To develop and continue relationships with communities in Haiti
  • Interpreter’s Association - To prepare & inform students about Deaf culture, the Deaf community, and American Sign Language
  • Intramurals - Fun, recreational, social and competitive on-campus sports activities for students and staff
  • Koinonia Retreat - To promote the development of the whole person and relationships
  • Latin Club - Provides members with educational resources, programs and information about the Latin culture and people
  • Leisure Club - To promote interest in leisurely activities, as well as releasing positive energy upon others
  • Minority Student Association - To enrich and promote cultural diversity within the Quincy University community
  • Note Doubt About It (A capella Group) - Our mission is to teach fun, modern a capella songs for entertainment
  • Original Gamesters - To provide interactive entertainment to those around the campus
  • Overflow - Campus Crusade for Christ is an interdenominational ministry committed to helping take the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations.
  • Peers 2 Peers - Raises awareness and educates students about making healthy choices
  • Portraits of a Lady - To provide a safe environment for the women of QU where they can develop faithful friends
  • QU Film Club - To give members and non-members a change to watch films that they might not try to watch on their own and give appropriate commentary
  • QU Fishing Club - To promote interest in wildlife conservation and fishing
  • Rugby Club - To widen the athletic views of students here at QU
  • Soccer Club - To provide an opportunity of competitive soccer for those who still have a passion for the sport
  • Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) - Serves as a communications link between varsity athletes and the athletic administration, unity with athletes and teams, and to increase involvement and awareness of QU’s intercollegiate athletic programs
  • Student Filmmaking Club - To provide the students of QU with the tools necessary to come together, create short films and other productions
  • Student Programming Board - Plans social, educational and entertainment events for the campus community
  • Student Senate - Self-governing representative body of all Quincy University students
  • Students for Life - To spread the pro-life mission to the Quincy community
  • Up ‘til Dawn - To unite the QU campus in an effort spearheaded and led by the QU student body to education the campus and community about the mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • Voices of Praise - To sing praises to the Lord for He is worthy to be praised
  • Water Polo Club - To provide on-campus water polo at Quincy University

Fraternity and Sorority Life Organizations

  • Alpha Omicron Pi International Women’s Fraternity – Epsilon Sigma Chapter
  • Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity - Iota Delta Chapter, Northern Division
  • Panhellenic Association - Governing body of the two National Panhellenic Conference sororities
  • Phi Sigma Sigma International Women’s Fraternity - Iota Beta Chapter

Academic Clubs & Organizations

  • Bands - Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, Marching Band, and Pep Band are open to all students (not just music majors).  Join as many as you like!
  • Chemistry Club - To help fellow chemistry majors (or anyone interested in the subject) meet other students with the same focus
  • Chi Sigma Iota - National Graduate Counseling Honor Society
  • Choirs - Concert and Chamber Choirs are open to students of every major (not just music majors)
  • Collegiate Entrepreneur Organization (CEO) - Promotes friendly relationships between students, faculty, staff, alumni, and business people in order to widen students’ visions of entrepreneurial opportunities and to assist one another in entrepreneurial ventures
  • Communication Club - Provides students the opportunity to strengthen their communication skills and abilities, while simultaneously enhancing the learning and civic environment of both the college and the community at large
  • Enactus (formerly Students in Free Enterprise [SIFE]) - Provides the opportunity to make a difference and to develop leadership, teamwork and communication skills through learning, practicing and teaching the principle of free enterprise
  • Environmental Club - To raise awareness in conservation and protection of our ecosystems
  • French Club - Encourages the practice of the French language and also seeks to expand the knowledge and awareness of Francophone cultures
  • Institute for Management Accountants (IMA) - Devoted to management accountants, financial managements and information management professionals
  • History Club - To promote the interest in and the study of history by the student body of Quincy University
  • Kappa Delta Pi - To promote excellence in and recognize outstanding contributions to education
  • Kappa Kappa Psi - National honorary band fraternity dedicated to serving university bands
  • Lambda Pi Eta - National Communication Honor Society
  • Mock Trial Team - To prepare and compete in the regional Mock Trial tournament as well as to teach
  • students how to act like an attorney or witness
  • Phi Alpha Theta - Dedicated to encouraging students in their studies in history and helping to promote an interest in history on campus
  • Pre-Law Club - Helps students gain an immense amount of knowledge on the law school application
  • process, while simultaneously learning about different types of legal professions from real lawyers
  • Psi Chi - Encourage, stimulate and maintain excellence in scholarship in the field of Psychology
  • Science Pre-Professionals - To enhance the academic, social, and career development of individuals interested in pursuing a career in math and science
  • Sigma Beta Delta - National Business Honor Society
  • Sigma Tau Delta - Strives to confer distinction for high achievement in English language and literature
  • Student Nurses Organization - To broaden knowledge of issues and concerns facing the nursing profession
  • Students in Physical Education and Sport (SIPES) - Assists students in finding internships, career opportunities, and contacts within the community

Start or Renew an Organization

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New Organizations

Have a desire to bring a new club or organization to campus?  We welcome students to start their own organization.  Simply follow the steps below:

To start a club or organization, you will need to complete submit a formal recognition packet (New Organization Recognition 
•    Complete a Formal Recognition Packet (New Organization Recognition Application, Formal Recognition Form, and Advisor Form)
•    Establish a constitution and bylaws (this can be the standard RSO template)
•    Submit a membership list (must be at least 5 students)

Existing Organizations

All current RSOs must complete a Renewal Recognition Form to remain in good standing with the university.  Failure to do so will result in loss of access to university privileges granted to RSOs.

Campus Life

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The Office of Student Affairs is home to over 50 recognized student organizations, which range from fraternity and sorority organizations to cultural to academic-focused to service-oriented.  Joining a club or organization will expose you to a network of peers, develop your leadership skills, build your resume and provide you with memorable moments that will oftentimes become the topic of discussion for years to come.

We want students to get involved whether that is becoming a member of an already existing group or creating a new one; the opportunities are endless.

For questions, contact Tiffany Nolan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Greek Life

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Fraternities and sororities enhance the social life and collegiate skills of students by helping them create their own path of enduring ties and leadership opportunities. Greek life is about getting involved, self-discovery, leadership development, school spirit, and commitment to the community. Alpha Omicron Pi and Phi Sigma Sigma are the names of the sororities that Quincy University supports. These sororities partner together to form a Panhellenic Association which helps give direction to the female Greek organizations on campus. This association has standards and is governed by the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). Delta Tau Delta is the name of the male fraternity that Quincy University supports.

Brotherhood & sisterhood: There is a sense of unity and friendship among members of an individual chapter, as well as among everyone in the same chapter across the nation. The bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood are forged throughout the member's active participation in the chapter and last for a lifetime.

Leadership: Greeks are highly involved in student leadership positions at Quincy University. Membership in Greek organizations provides excellent opportunities to get involved, assume responsibility and develop leadership skills.

Philanthropy: Quincy University Greeks contribute many hours each semester to philanthropies and service projects. The opportunities you will encounter to give of yourself for the sake of helping others are endless. From kidney foundations to local elementary schools, Quincy University Greeks are actively supporting worthy causes.

Scholarship: At Quincy University, one of the most important aspects of Greek Life is scholarship. Good scholarship is a prerequisite to becoming an initiated member of a Greek organization.

Mission Statement: The mission for Fraternity and Sorority Life at Quincy University is to foster a unified fraternity and sorority community that allow our members to develop as people, leaders, and servers that will positively impact the individual, but benefit the greater community
We strive to live the QU ideals of connecting, learning, and caring through our works of service and philanthropy, developing friendships and leadership skills that will remain with us for a lifetime. We strive to live by our individual chapter’s traditions, in combination with the traditions of Quincy University and Fraternity and Sorority Life; while recognizing, welcoming and embracing the diversity of its members


Alpha Omicron Pi International Women's Fraternity - Epsilon Sigma Chapter

Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity - Iota Delta Chapter, Northern Division

Panhellenic Association - Governing body for all female greek organizations

Phi Sigma Sigma International Women's Fraternity - Iota Beta Chapter

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Aviation Club - To educate the public about the advantages of the aviation community

Bridging the Gap: Face to Face - To provide a platform between cultures and the arts throughout the University and community

Brother Sun, Sister Moon Players (Drama Club) - To promote interest in the dramatic arts and live theatre

Circle K - Community service affiliate of Kiwanis International

Environmental Club - To promote interest in raising awareness in conservation and protection

Falcon - Campus Newspaper students use to communicate with the campus community

Haiti Connection - To develop and continue relationships with communities in Haiti

Interpreter's Association - To prepare & inform students about Deaf culture, the Deaf community, and American Sign Language

Koinonia Retreat - To promote the development of the whole person and relationships

Men of God Living with Integrity - To set a moral standard that positively impacts the campus

Minority Student Association - To enrich and promote cultural diversity within the Quincy University community

Peers 2 Peers - Raises awareness and educates students about making healthy choices

Student Programing Board - Plans social, educational and entertainment events for the campus community

Student Senate - Self-governing representative body of all Quincy University students

Triathlon Club - To promote interest in triathlon involvement

Voices of Praise - To sing praises to the Lord for He is worthy to be praised

Wrestling Club - To promote interst in wrestling

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