Get Involved

Involvement in student organizations helps develop leadership skills, provides key connections with new friends, and helps convert in-class learning to out of class experiences. Involvement in organizations builds a strong resume. Culver-Stockton College has a variety of student organizations to meet every student's interest. Membership in these organizations is available to all students. Students have the opportunities to create their own organization and build this list further.

Contact Information

Carter Knake
Coordinator of Student Engagement

Be sure to attend the Student Involvement Fair held annually in the fall to learn more.

Academic Organizations

  • Alpha Chi

  • Culver-Stockton Teachers Organization (CSTO)


  • Harmony (Campus Magazine)

  • Legal Studies Student Association

  • Mock Trial

  • Mosaic – Photography, Design and Art Club

  • Phi Beta Lambda

  • Pre-Occupational Therapy Club

  • Psychology Club

  • Sports Management Association

  • Wildcat Wire (online newspaper)

  • Wildcat Sports Network (podcasts and live casts)

  • Young Americans Foundation (YAF)

Governing Organizations

  • Student Government Association

  • Interfraternity Council

  • Panhellenic Council

Greek Organizations

Greek Fraternities

  • Alpha Phi Alpha

  • Alpha Tau Omega

  • Delta Upsilon

  • Kappa Alpha Psi

  • Lambda Chi Alpha

  • Tau Kappa Epsilon

Greek Sororities

  • Chi Omega

  • Delta Sigma Theta

  • Sigma Kappa

  • Sigma Sigma Sigma

Honorary Organizations

  • Alpha Phi Sigma

  • Beta Beta Beta

  • Chi Alpha Sigma

  • Delta Phi Epsilon

Religious Organizations

  • Disciples on Campus (DoC)

  • CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ)

Service Organizations

  • C-SC Eats

  • Relay for Life

  • Sustainability Committee

  • Wildcat Wellness

Social Organizations

  • Bass Fishing Club

  • Black Student Union

  • Campus Programming Council (CPC)

  • Culver-Stockton College Gaming Club

  • Diversi-T.E.A.M.

  • International Student Organization

  • Women of Promise

  • MALES (Men Achieving Leadership, Excellence and Success)