Being involved in athletics helps you develop perseverance and the ability to do your best while under pressure.
While running for office in student government, you will learn leadership skills. Becoming a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society may lead to important career connections. Donating your time at the Sojourner Truth House for the homeless could change your life!
Students who are involved do better academically in their classes. They have a richer college experience, develop more confidence, and make long-lasting friendships.
Our graduates have told us repeatedly, some of their best experiences and happiest memories of Ancilla came from meeting, working, and becoming friends with other students.
No matter your age, or how busy you are off-campus, find ways to get involved at Ancilla. You will not regret it!
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa’s mission is to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service, and fellowship programming. To be eligible for membership in the Beta Beta Beta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, students must complete a minimum of twelve credit hours at Marian University's Ancilla College and earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Student Government Association
Student Government members are nominated by the student body and represent them as a link between the students and Ancilla’s administration and faculty. The organization strives to improve the student’s academic, cultural and social life. Members of the organization proudly uphold higher academic and leadership standards as a whole. Student Government attends conferences on how to better serve the student body, as well as helps plan cultural and social events for students.
The Ancilla eSports club is where students that are passionate about eSports (gaming), whether competitive or casual, can gather together, discuss, socialize and play. The Ancilla eSports Club would like to offer the club members opportunities to learn
about different games, improve their skills in gaming, game with other students within the college and eventually compete in some outside tournaments. Competitive video gaming has quickly risen to the ranks of a “real sport”.
Student Ambassadors are nominated by faculty and staff to serve as student representatives at Admission’s Office events. Students may participate in a Student Panel, College Fair, Access Ancilla Day or give prospective students a tour of campus. They are a representation of the best that Marian University's Ancilla College has to offer.
The Fishing Club was started to provide a fun fishing environment here on campus and in the local area for all of our students. Currently, a student and staff organized club, the future is bright! Future plans are to participate in competitive tournaments!
We provide cultural learning from places around the world as well as provide a travel abroad opportunity for students, faculty, and staff. In this club you will learn about various cultures from around the world, learn a new language throughout the academic year, and be involved in a mission opportunity to help others from around the world.
Your club could be here!
Don’t see a club/organization that you like? Why not start one?
The Student Affairs Committee is open to student input and suggestions!
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