We offer more than 30 student-led organizations, giving you opportunities to get involved, make new friends, explore your interests, and develop your leadership skills.
Join an organization
To learn more about any of these groups, or join one for yourself, contact:
Isaac Van Proosdy
Assistant Dean for Student Engagement & Leadership
Assistant Dean for Student Engagement & Experiential Learning
Or if you want to start an organization that you’re passionate about, let us know! The possibilities are endless.
ASL Honor Society
The American Sign Language Honor Society recognizes outstanding students whose academic achievements encourage language proficiency, establish Deaf cultural connections and promote exceptional moral character that contributes to life-long learning and Deaf community advocacy.
A community of student, academic, and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.
Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta Pi strives to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership, and service.
Lambda Pi Eta
The Alpha Alpha Upsilon chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, a National Honor Society for communication studies, recognizes and rewards outstanding scholastic achievement while stimulating interest in the communication discipline, promotes and encourages professional development among communication majors, and works to establish and maintain closer relationships through mutual understanding between faculty and students.
Serving the needs of current students by encouraging cohesion within the Social Behavioral Sciences (SBS) department through faith, fellowship, academic support, and professional networking.
To provide a quality, informative news outlet for the North Central community that meets the university’s unique standard of excellence. To take on an active role in the participation of the North Central community. To practice leadership in journalism with a Christian ethic.
Theta Alpha Kappa Honor Society
Theta Alpha Kappa (TAK) is the national honor society for religious studies and theology. TAK sponsors scholarship awards and fellowship competitions; including an undergraduate achievement award.
Sigma Tau Delta
The Alpha Nu Sigma chapter of the Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society confers distinction on students who show excellence in language and literature and commitment to truth, sincerity, and design.
Society for Bible and Theology
To provide a community in which students engage in critical thinking and dialogue concerning subjects including, but not limited to, biblical studies and theology. We desire to help North Central launch students into successful academic careers by building a strong community that serves as a support structure of lasting friendship and collegiality for undergraduates and students pursuing graduate and post-graduate studies. We desire to serve the questions, needs, and talents of thinking students who are studying to serve academically in the kingdom of God.
Student Social Work Association
As an expression of our core values, the North Central University Student Social Work Association strives to provide opportunities for members to gain experience in the field of social work. We provide the means for members to practice service, unity, and justice, as well as gain competence in accordance with Biblical principles.
Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
Campus Ministries Organizations
Praise Gathering exists to facilitate the practice of the spiritual giftings within the body of Christ in an atmosphere that glorifies Jesus.
Our mission is to Reach, Teach, and Empower the North Central Community by: Sharing Relevant Messages, Taking part in Immersing Worship, and Fostering a Passionate Prayer life with fellow students, further equipping them to go out and fulfill God’s call for their lives. Find freedom in Surrender.
To spiritually cover and equip North Central University through the facilitation of prayer.
Campus Activities Organizations
An organization geared towards helping commuters find a sense of community on campus.
Empowering women to empower others.
We seek to foster a community of men who desire relationship with God and to create a sense of brotherhood among the men of North Central University.
Leadership Council of Captains
The Leadership Council of Captains exists for developing and empowering leaders who strive for excellence with the integrity Christ calls us to fulfill both on and off the field.
Student Activities Committee (SAC)
SAC’s purpose is to foster a vibrant campus experience through engaging events and activities.
Senate is comprised of three branches, New Student Programming, Fundraising and Special Projects, Campus Wide Programing. The purpose of New Student Programming is to welcome new students to life at NCU and to facilitate a holistically healthy transition into the NCU community that enables new students to thrive and grow at NCU. The Fundraising Senators oversee school-wide projects that revolve around yearly nominated initiatives for the betterment of campus as a whole. The third branch of Campus-Wide Programming works closely in conjunction with the Campus Activities Affinity group, Residence Life, and Commuter Connections to effectively assist in carrying out campus-wide programming for the student body.
Senate exists to facilitates to contribute to the vibrant campus life by planning and executing events that align with North Central University’s mission.
External Ministry Organizations
Supporting single mothers and creating opportunities to bless them.
Empowering Christian leaders to connect with and work alongside Deaf individuals in their communities to build effective Deaf ministries.
The Antioch Initiative is a partnership between Assemblies of God World Missions and North Central University focused on unreached people groups around the world. Over 7,000 people groups around the world still do not have access to the Good News. The Antioch Initiative provides hands-on training in sharing Christ with unreached peoples. Students have the opportunity to intern with a team that partners with Live Dead in reaching unreached people groups in our community. Students of all majors may join the Antioch Society, a community of students who pray weekly for the unreached, give monthly towards a missionary, serve locally, and together learn more about those without access to the Gospel. For more information please visit www.theantiochinitiative.com
Beloved seeks to instill in girls an awareness and understanding of their intrinsic beauty and worth through use of the arts.
CO:MISSION empowers students from all majors to build collaborative partnerships in a diverse cultural setting and engage in dynamic learning and service opportunities to help fulfill the great commission.
Elliot Park United
The Elliot Park team exists to share the love of Christ to our neighbors in Elliot Park through lasting relationships.
Encounter exists to reclaim the outcasts from the dark to the light through service, evangelism, and prayer. Our goal is to see the Spirit rise on the streets of Minneapolis by training students to effectively share Christ’s love in unique ways.
“Release” is an anti-trafficking organization empowering students to use their God-given gifts both to directly and indirectly impact those affected by human trafficking.
Multicultural Student Organizations
The ASL Alliance is a Christ-centered group of people working towards helping to build the bridge between the Deaf and Hearing worlds. We believe in John 13:35 and choose to show the world that we are Christ’s disciples by our love, not only here at NCU but also in the community at large.
Mosaic, the Multicultural Student Association, promotes unity and diversity through cultural celebrations and cultural affinity groups, Latinos Unidos, Asian Alliance, and Black Student Union. Mosaic exists to engage and support all students growing in cultural competency.
The discipleship program exists to foster discipleship through personal and community growth in order to encourage a deeper understanding of self and God so that the North Central community may be grounded in their faith to live it out within and outside our community.
Better Individuals. Better Communities. The NCU Residence Life Staff strives to create a comfortable living and learning community. Through the development of this community, individual growth will occur which will encourage students to invest in their future communities. Residents will be challenged to integrate faith and experience with social and personal responsibility to present and future communities.
The College of Fine Arts offers opportunities to join a variety of highly-talented performance groups, from world-class worship teams to choirs, workshops, and ensembles.