Want to join a club that addresses a special interest or initiative, like diversity, interfaith or service? Or looking for an organization that will focus on your academic area or intended profession?
Saint Martin's has several student opportunities. Below are just a few of the active clubs on campus.
Don't see a club here that matches your interest? You can start one!
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Asian Student Alliance
Black Student Union (BSU)
Criminal Justice Club
Dungeons & Dragons Club
Gender & Sexuality Alliance
Hui'o Hawai'i Club
Indigenous Peoples' Alliance
KaPUSO Filipino Heritage Club
Kokoro Japanese Club
Latinx Student Alliance
Pacific Islander's Club
Saint Martin's Chess Society
Saints for Life
SMU Future Educators Club
SMU Garden Club
SMU Volleyball Club
Society of Women Engineers
Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC)
Student Nurse Association
Student Social Worker Association (SSWA)
Looking for an academic honor society?
Saint Martin's also has honor societies — including Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma (social work), and Sigma Tau Delta (English) — that recognize students who excel academically or as leaders among their peers, for overall academic performance or for a specific academic discipline. More info here.
The Associated Students of Saint Martin's University are your student government. Every Thursday at 11 a.m. in the TUB during the academic year, ASSMU holds meetings open to the greater University community. ASSMU officers, both executives and senators, hold individual office hours throughout the week to meet with students between ASSMU meetings.