The Club experience is designed to empower young people to develop into engaged, thoughtful, and motivated leaders. Students regularly call on the New Basics—creative-problem solving, collaboration, iteration, visual communication, empathy, tech & media literacy, and presentation skills—for their ideas come to life. Faculty advisors help create the conditions in which students can explore their interests and delve deeper into their ideas.

All Clubs meet once per week on Tuesdays 10:10 to 10:35 a.m. and often outside of that time to work on additional projects. If you were to stop by during Club block you might see students planning trips, preparing speeches, advocating for change, presenting to large audiences, or collaborating with other Clubs. Club leaders attend workshops designed by the Hiatt Center to strengthen leadership skills, set achievable goals, and support the overall development of the individuals and Club. Staff in the Hiatt Center are also available to students for regular consultation.

Club Application and Sign Up Process

Clubs are designed by and led by students. They can run for the entire school year or by term. Students have the opportunity to apply for the creation of a new Club at the beginning of each term. Likewise, students may choose to stay in one Club for the entire year or switch into different Clubs for fall, winter, and spring terms. A signup form is sent to students at the beginning of each term.

Student clubs include:

Acoustic Coffee House
Aeronautics & Rocketry
Astrophysics and Cosmology
Beaver Environmental Action Team (BEAT)
Beaver Gives Back
Black Student Union (BSU)
Beaver Outdoors and Environmental (BOEC)
Book Club
Business and Economics
Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Dam Force
Del Sol
Digital Music Production
Film Club
Health is Wealth
History Bowl Team
Interior Design
Jewelry Making
Math Club
Microfinance and Global Philanthropy
Mock Trial
Model UN
Music Debate and Discussion
National Art Honors Society
The Beaver Reader
Trivia Club
Young Republicans