At Notre Dame, there are so many ways to get involved—with more than 30 clubs, organizations and academic honor societies that are open to all students, whether you live on or off campus.
In a community as close-knit as ours, you don’t remain a stranger very long. This sense of belonging and mutual support is rare on a college campus today, and sets us apart in the best possible way.
African-Caribbean Student Association (ACSA)
AASA is a club designed to unify the African-Caribbean communities on our campus and to promote awareness and appreciation of Arican-Caribbean culture to all those interested.
Bethel Campus Fellowship
Bethel Campus Fellowship is an interdenominational organization established to proclaim the Lordship of our Lord Jesus Christ on college campuses. The mission of Bethel Campus Fellowship is – “ Leading students to Christ and preparing them to become reliable men and women that God can entrust with His word for the next generation.”
Business and Economics Society (BES)
Prepares students for the business world by developing professional skills through lectures, workshops and fundraisers.
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
The purpose of the Campus Activities Board (CAB) is to involve students in creating and planning social events for the campus community. CAB aims to provide a diverse range of programs for students that allow them to develop socially, while simultaneously attempting to create a more unified campus.
Representatives from each class that plan and organize events for fellow students.
The student-run newspaper reports regularly on campus news, events and issues. The staff writes and edits feature, athletics and news stories; sells and manages advertising; handles photography and graphics; and designs page layouts. Students can participate at any level—from writing a single article to serving on the editorial staff.
We work to help commuting students feel a part of the Notre Dame of Maryland University community by working to provide resources and events for all students in the Women’s College, CAUS, Pharmacy, and Graduate programs with the goals of facilitating friendship, involvement, and support as you work to achieve your personal goals.
Presents concerts on- and off-campus, performs music for selected events at the University and has several recordings and concert tours, both in the United States and abroad, to its credit.
Gator Spirit Squad
Hispanic Culture Club
The Honor Board works to educate the community about the Honor Code and hears allegations of violations of academic and behavioral standards of conduct. Honor Board student members are elected by the student body and advised by the director of residence life and student rights and responsibilities. The faculty representative to the Honor Board is elected by the faculty.
Muslim Student Association
The Muslim Student Association encourages and promotes the religion of Islam in the Notre Dame community. This club is a home to the Muslim students on campus as well as to non-Muslims who are interested in learning more about the religion and culture. Our goal is to create a space for Muslims to come together to discuss the issues that are important to them and to just have a good time.
OPA is a nationally recognized service-sorority on campus. The purpose and goals of this sorority shall be to assemble its members in the fellowship of Omega Phi Alpha, to develop friendship, leadership and cooperation by promoting service to the university community, to the community-at-large, to the members of the sorority, and to the nations of the world.
The NDMU Pre-Pharmacy Club is an organization designed to acquaint current Notre Dame of Maryland University students interested in careers related to pharmacy by providing resources and mentorship, as well as participation in community events for the underserved.
The Psychology Club is an organization that aims to promote mental health awareness in the campus community, inform students of the various educational and occupational opportunities within the field of psychology, provide community service to promote the values of psychology and mission of NDMU, and create an environment for student and faculty/staff interaction to create lasting professional and personal connections.
Rae of Sunshine
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
Residence Hall Association is an organization that enhances the Residence Hall community through the planning of events and activities as well as acting as the governing body in the residence halls. Officers are elected by their peers for a one-year (two-semester) term. Meetings are held weekly and all residents are invited to attend.
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Spectrum is a student organization dedicated to fostering a sense of unity and understanding as well as a commitment to service on behalf of the LGBTQ+ community
Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
Serves in an advisory capacity to the athletics director.
The Student Government Association is the official governing body for students at Notre Dame of Maryland University. SGA advocates for student concerns and offers an array of programs and services designed to enhance your experience as a NDMU student.
Student Representative to the Board of Trustees
The Student Representative to the Board of Trustees is elected for a one-year term by the student body and serves as a non-voting member of the University’s Board of Trustees. The vice president for student life is the advisor for the BOT student representative.
United Nations Club
Beta Beta Beta — Tri Beta
To be eligible for active membership, a student must be a biology major who has completed at least one semester of her sophomore year and has completed at least three semester courses in biology with an average grade of B+. Other students are invited to be associate members if they are interested in life science but are ineligible for active membership.
Delta Mu Delta --- National Business Honor Society
Delta Mu Delta recognizes academic excellence and creates a community that fosters the well-being of members and the business community through life-time membership. Requires a 3.75 for graduate students and 3.5 for undergraduate students. Must have a business or business related major.
Hypatian Society — Kappa Mu Epsilon
Includes the Maryland chapter of the National Mathematics Honor Society and is open to students who have an interest in the study of mathematics.
Kappa Delta Pi
An international Honor Society in Education, Kappa Delta Pi is committed to recognizing excellence and fostering mutual cooperation, support and professional growth for educational professionals. Undergraduates students with a GPA of 3.5 and graduate students with a GPA of 3.75 are invited to apply for membership.
Kappa Gamma Pi
A national honor society for graduates of Catholic colleges, Kappa Gamma Pi is open to seniors in the top ten percent of the undergraduate graduating class.
Phi Alpha Theta
The Nu Pi Chapter of the International History Honor Society requires students have a B or higher in four history courses and a 3.0 or higher grade point average.
Phi Beta Delta
International honor society of international studies
Phi Lambda Sigma
Pharmacy leadership honor society
Phi Sigma Iota
National honor society for foreign languages
Phi Sigma Tau
Philosophy honor society
Founded in 1929, Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in psychology, encourages members to be scholars in all fields, particularly psychology.
Sigma Tau Delta
Chartered in 1984, the Alpha Alpha Chapter of the International English Honor Society is open to English majors and minors who have an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher and have completed two English courses beyond freshman English.
Theta Alpha Kappa
Religious Studies honor society
Theta Sigma Phi
Communications honor society
While we offer a number of student-led organizations and programs, we strongly urge you to contact the Office of Student Engagement & Community Programs to discuss the implementation of a new initiative or program that would enhance the student experience and campus vibrancy. Undergraduate students can also reach out to the Student Government Association (SGA) to discuss options for creating new student-led organizations within SGA.