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. Don't see a club here that matches your interest? You can start one!

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) provides a bridge between classroom work and a professional engineering career. ASCE student chapter has over 30 years of presence at Saint Martin’s University (SMU). SMU-ASCE has a long history of the annual concrete canoe participation and has recently re-implemented our steel bridge participation and initiated participation in environmental design, timber design, and structural analysis competitions. In addition, SMU-ASCE collaborates with the ASCE Olympia-Tacoma Professional Chapter throughout the academic year to help students transition from student to engineering career. There are no fee requirements from student members; the only requisite being a committed and enthusiastic attitude.

For additional information please contact club adviser Dr. Jill Walsh or visit our Facebook page at https://facebook.com/asceatsmu/

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Become a member of the nationally recognized American Society of Mechanical Engineers and participate in a national design competition, STEM community involvement, working engineers and hiring managers Q and A boards, and much more.

Associated Students of Saint Martin's University (ASSMU)

ASSMU is the University's officially elected student government. As the student voice to the University administration, ASSMU represents the needs of the student population to the faculty, staff, alumni, board of trustees, and monastic community. Collectively, ASSMU offers and encourages student opportunities for leadership, organizational training and service through active participation in student government. ASSMU meetings are held every Thursday at 11 a.m. in the TUB during the academic year.

Badminton Club

For more information on the Badminton club, please contact Chloe Read.

Chemistry Club

Our goal is to educate and inspire students and our community about the world of Chemistry and how it applies to everyday life.

To join our club, email Britney Bradley, Russ Deal, or Lindsay Andersen for information, or we have our club meetings Thursdays at 10AM in room 104.

Chinese Dragon Club

As the name Chinese Dragon Club implies, our club aims to bring together people who are interested in Chinese culture and customs. We promote our traditional culture with a Spring Festival Gala, the most important festival in Chinese culture and offer Chinese international students a place to come together and feel at home.

How to get involved

We hold a club meeting every month to get to know each other and discuss what activities we will hold in next month.

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