Student Clubs

The following clubs and organizations are registered with the student government and are authorized to use the school name and facilities and can request money during the annual budgeting process. New clubs are always welcome. Please contact Student Senate for more information at ASMSUNpres@msun.edu.

  • Actors of Collaborative Theatre (ACT): Contact Grant Olson at grant.olson2@msun.edu for more information. 
  • American Association of University Women (AAUW) AAUW has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since 1881. For more than 130 years, we have worked together as a national grassroots organization to improve the lives of millions of women and their families. Contact Dr. Valerie Guyant at valerie.guyant@msun.edu for more information. 
  • Art Club: A club that brings art and culture to the community, campus and general public through public art projects, events and performances, displays and art shows. We strive to highlight and embrace our local culture and also the diversity that exists in all people. General activities include getting together and watching movies, making art, listening to music, bounce ideas off of each other, receive feedback and take part in informal critiques on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Contact Mary Ward at mary.ward@msun.edu for more information.
  • Business Professionals of America (BPA): An international non-profit organization that brings together student, academic and business leaders who are committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. Contact Lanny Wilkie at wilkel@msun.edu for more information or Find out more on our

     Facebook page.

  • ChiAlpha: A non-denominational Christian club. The focus of the group is on Christian fellowship and the Christian viewpoint in topics of interest. Contact Gary Garland at gagarland@msun.edu for more information or visit our Facebook page.
  • Civil Engineering Technology (CET): A club for MSU-Northern students majoring or interested in Civil Engineering Technology. Encouraging students and inviting them to form a life-long affiliation with ASCE, as well as engaging students and preparing the next generation of civil engineers to ensure the future of the Society and the profession. It supports and fosters the development of undergraduate college students as they prepare to enter the civil engineering technology profession. For more information, contact Jeremy Siemens at jsiemens@msun.edu.
  • Collegiate Stockgrowers: is a committee within the Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) designed to develop collegiate students into tomorrow’s leaders. It provides students with the opportunity to learn more about legislative process and to have a voice in their industry. Collegiate Stockgrowers serves as an avenue for collegiate members with an interest in agriculture to express their concerns in an effort to assist in the development of MSGA policy. With programs that directly affect the ranching community of the next generation and significant networking opportunities, Collegiate Stockgrowers provides the chance for tomorrow’s leaders to be involved today. For more information, contact Advisor Dave Krueger at david.krueger@msun.edu or visit our Facebook page. 
  • Healthy Living Advocates (HLA) is a student club for anyone interested in health and chronic disease prevention. The club’s purpose is to implement educational efforts related to promoting health and improve the health of students at MSU-Northern. For more information, contact Wanda Meredith at wanda.meredith@msun.edu
  • KNMC: Supports activities of the radio station on campus. For more information, email us at knmc@msun.edu.
  • National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS): The National Society of Leadership and Success is the nation's largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential. The NSLS currently has over a million members nationwide. MSU-Northern first established their NSLS Chapter in 2018.
    The NSLS is an organization that helps MSU-Northern students discover and achieve their goals. The NSLS offers life-changing lectures from the nation's leading presenters and a community where like-minded, success-oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed. The NSLS also serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world. For more information, contact Laura Gomez at laura.gomez@msun.edu.
  • Northern Night Sky Association (NNSA): The mission of the Northern Night Sky Association is to provide Northern students, and the Havre community, an opportunity to view and appreciate the night sky. For more information, contact Grant Bowker at grant.bowker@msun.edu
  • Nursing Club:  Organizes and oversees nursing club activities and events. Also offers nursing students an opportunity to gather and exchange ideas. For more information, contact Stacey Fast at stacey.fast@msun.edu
  • Post-secondary Ag Students (PAS): is a club for those interested in agriculture and natural resources. The PAS Club is affiliated with the National Postsecondary Agricultural Student Organization. The PAS organization aspires to be the premier leadership and career development organization serving college agriculture students. The PAS motto is "Uniting Education and Industry in Agriculture". PAS was founded in the March of 1980 and includes 1400 members from 62 chapters located in 18 states. PAS helps students attain a set of strong values including: individual leadership abilities, intellectual growth, technical competency, strong personal ethics, lifelong learning, diversity and education and industry partnerships.
    Northern's PAS club is involved in promoting agriculture, assisting with campus events and fund raising to attend the national conference. The club owns a few cattle and have a PAS brand registered in Montana. The main focus of the club is to foster leadership development for students pursuing a career in agriculture. The club is active in community events and community service projects. Members also study and prepare for national leadership and knowledge competitions held in the spring of every year.
    Find our more on on our  Facebook page.
  • Rodeo Club: For anyone interested in organizing and working a rodeo and participating in activities to support the club and the team. For more information, contact Doug Kallenberger at douglas.kallenberger@msun.edu
  • Student Education Association (MSU–Northern SEA): To inform students regarding educational matters and provides personal and professional growth to its members. For more information, contact Jennifer Anderson at jennifer.anderson32@msun.edu.
  • Residence Hall Association (RHA):Is a student organization made up of students who live on campus. Meetings are held weekly to discuss and vote on issues which affect the quality of life for students residing in residence halls. Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting. For more information, contact Taryn Wallon at taryn.wallon@msun.edu
  • SkillsUSA: Develops leadership abilities through participation in educational, vocational, civic, recreational, and social activities. For more information, contact Jason Geer at jason.geer@msun.edu
  • Student Family Association (SFA): A student organization made up of families and individuals that live in the Student Family Housing units on campus. The goal of the association is to provide the best possible living arrangements for those students living on campus. For more information, contact Taryn Wallon at taryn.wallon@msun.edu
  • Sweetgrass Society: Assists Native American students in their adjustment to college life, promotes better scholarship through group encouragement and supervision, and encourages other students to attend college. For more information, visit our page or email Erica McKeon-Hanson at erica.mckeonhanson@msun.edu