clubs & Organizations
olivet college students lead and participate in more than 45 clubs and organizations! there’s a little something for everyone… but we’re happy to help you launch your own group! stop by the office of student engagement conveniently located in room 208 of the mott academic center.
don’t see what you’re looking for? there’s no “red tape” at olivet college. contact the office of student engagement at 269.749.7607 to inquire about starting your own group.
takes an interest in the mental, emotional and spiritual development of believers and how the believer can improve their walk with christ.
the olivet college barbell club
established for individuals who want to get serious about weightlifting and want to learn how to lift weights correctly.
the black student union
college against cancer
focused on four strategic: advocacy, cancer education, relay for life, and survivorship.
disability rights council
advocate for a campus that is more accessible to student with disabilities. the organization will raise awareness for things that people in the disability community face in america and around the world.
fellowship of christian athletes
established to use the medium of athletics to impact the word of christ. the organization focuses on serving the local community by equipping, empowering and encouraging its members to make a difference.
free yo’ mind
gay straight alliance
established to serve as a bridge between cultures, increasing acceptance and understanding toward people of different backgrounds and ethnic origins.
medical association of pre-med students (maps)
dedicated to supporting currents and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent and conscious physicians.
national organization for women (now)
campus affiliate open to all campus women and men, now strives to educate and empower women in the areas of economic justice, women’s rights, violence against women, lgbt issues, and reproduction rights.
the newman society
established for nontraditional students to connect with each other to form friendships and support each other in a positive ways in order to maximize a successful college experience.
oc golden z club
a support group established to help students become productive members of the college community while promoting christianity, diversity, character building and individual and social responsibility.
olivet college veterans’ advocates
the residence hall association
student-athlete advisory committee
established to follow the guidelines set forth by the ncaa, which is the college’s governing body for athletics. this committee allows the college’s student-athletes to have a voice in matters that pertain to them.
student government association (sga)
university partnership program
a pre-professional organization dedicated to the success of its members. the upp provides career and professional development opportunities in financial services for its members at olivet college.
washington gladden society
a club that focuses on education and volunteer work dealing with social issues such as homelessness, domestic violence, and animal cruelty.
our mission is to help create a bicycle friendly campus to promote a more physically and environmentally friendly community.
the xicano club
raises awareness of the hispanic culture. this club will consist of community service and activities that will expose students to this interesting culture.
professional and honor societies
your academic advisor can assist you if you are interested in joining a professional or honor society related to your major.
alpha pi upsilon
honor society for pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-veterinary and other professional health related majors.
the alpha alpha chapter of gamma iota sigma
a national award-winning student organization established to bring together people interested in the fields of insurance, risk management and financial planning.
global citizen honors program scholarships
each year, students can compete for various scholarship awards – including a full tuition scholarship and numerous additional scholarships – through an essay contest and interviews with olivet college faculty. learn more about gchp.
marketing and advertising club
established to provide opportunities for professional development and networking in the fields of marketing and advertising.
omicron delta kappa
phi alpha theta
honor society for history.
phi beta lambda
honor society for business majors and minors.
phi epsilon kappa
recognizes students in the areas of physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine and sports management.
an international honor society for psychology majors.
sigma tau delta
honor society for english majors.
national honor society for mathematics, science and computer science majors.
academic clubs and organizations
for more information about any of the following academic department–specific clubs or organization, please speak with your advisor or stop by the office of student life in the mott academic center.
the accounting student organization
provides students interested in the fields of accounting and finance professional development and service opportunities.
the american chemical society/gruen chemistry society
established to promote artistic awareness on campus, in the surrounding communities and for those who are interested in the arts.
association for women in mathematics
awm is an organization founded to encourage women to study and pursue careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and treatment of women in the mathematical sciences.
the olivet college gospel choir
established for students who are excited about math to learn different strategies for math competitions and provide community service through tutoring.
established to enhance the lives of foster youth who are aging out of the foster care system by preparing them for the transition from childhood to adulthood.
dedicated to promoting the study of psychology, providing educational enrichment, promoting personal development, and providing service to the campus and community.
established to enlighten students about science, including modern concepts, research and career opportunities as well as to educate, encourage and assist members to explore and expand their own scientific interests.
society of hosford scholars
established to encourage its members in academic matters and to focus on the goal of personal fulfillment and excellence in the classroom, studio, laboratory and library.