Montana State University-Northern
Student Clubs & Organizations

The following clubs and organizations are registered with the student government and are authorized to use the school name and facilities and can request money during the annual budgeting process. New clubs are always welcome. Please contact Student Senate for more information at 265-3561.

  • BACCHUS: BACCHUS Network is a collegiate peer education initiative that supports the achievement of students’ academic and personal success by building skills in student leaders to address campus health and safety issues.
  • ChiAlpha: A non-denominational Christian club. The focus of the group is on Christian fellowship and the Christian viewpoint in topics of interest.
  • Community Involvement Association (CIA): Students and friends committed to raising awareness and making a positive change in the Hill County Community through volunteering and collaboration.
  • Dance Club: By joining this club, created by MSU-Northern students, you will learn a variety of dance moves to include jitterbug, 2-step, swing, ballroom, line dance etc.
  • Enactus: Known before October 2012 as Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), is an international non-profit organization that works with leaders in business and higher education to mobilize university students to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders. Participating students form teams on their university campuses and apply business concepts to develop outreach projects that improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. Find out more on our Facebook page.
  • Health Promotion Club (HPC): For students primarily involved with Health Promotions degree and those who are interested in health issues and rehabilitation.
  • International Friends of MSU-Northern: Has the purpose to promote intercultural communication and understanding among people from all the cultures and ethnicities with a mission to promote cultural, artistic and social activities that foster cross-cultural connections.
  • KNMC: Supports activities of the radio station on campus.
  • Level I Nursing Club: Organizes and oversees nursing club activities. Offers a meeting place for nursing students to have fun and share ideas.
  • Level II Nursing Club: Organizes and oversees nursing club activities and events. Also offers nursing students an opportunity to gather and exchange ideas.
  • MSU-Northern Collegiate Stockgrowers: is a committee within the Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) designed to develop collegiate students into tomorrow’s leaders. It provides students with the opportunity to learn more about legislative process and to have a voice in their industry. Collegiate Stockgrowers serves as an avenue for collegiate members with an interest in agriculture to express their concerns in an effort to assist in the development of MSGA policy. With programs that directly affect the ranching community of the next generation and significant networking opportunities, Collegiate Stockgrowers provides the chance for tomorrow’s leaders to be involved today.
  • MSU–Northern Rodeo Club: For anyone interested in organizing and working a rodeo and participating in activities to support the club and the team.
  • MSU–Northern Student Education Association (MSU–Northern SEA): To inform students regarding educational matters and provides personal and professional growth to its members.
  • MSU-Northern Off-Road Lawnmower Racing Club: a fun club for auto and diesel students to participate in by overhauling lawnmowers for off-road racing.
  • Northern Diesel Racing (NDR): Northern’s diesel students have set a goal to build a super-fast truck powered by 100% bio-diesel in order to set a record for the quickest bio-diesel truck in the world.
  • Post-secondary Ag Students (PAS): Designed primarily for students interested in an agriculture related field of study (Ag Technology, Mechanics, Ag Business, etc.)
  • Residence Hall Association (RHA):Is a student organization made up of students who live on campus. Meetings are held weekly to discuss and vote on issues which affect the quality of life for students residing in residence halls. Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting.
  • SkillsUSA: Develops leadership abilities through participation in educational, vocational, civic, recreational, and social activities.
  • Special Olympics College: the purpose of this organization is to create a partnership to improve the lives of Special Olympics athletes by creating an awareness on campus ad volunteering to hose events or fundraisers.
  • Student Family Association (SFA): A student organization made up of families and individuals that live in the Student Family Housing units on campus. The goal of the association is to provide the best possible living arrangements for those students living on campus.
  • Sweetgrass Society: Assists Native American students in their adjustment to college life, promotes better scholarship through group encouragement and supervision, and encourages other students to attend college.