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)

Club contact: Sarah Howsden, SMUASCE@stmartin.edu
Advisor: Dr. Jill Walsh
Social media: Facebook - Saint Martin's University ASCE

Established in 1965, SMU-ASCE has helped members build upon professional and civil engineering skills outside the classroom and build ties with the ASCE Olympia-Tacoma Professional Chapter to help students transition from student to engineering professional. We participate in the yearly Pacific Northwest Student Conference which focuses on project management, application of classroom concepts, and team collaboration through different competitions including concrete canoe, technical paper, and the environmental competition. There are no fee requirements from student members; the only prequisite is being a committed and enthusiastic student.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Club contact: Dane Webb, dane.webb@stmartin.edu
Advisor: Rico Picone

ASME provides the opportunities mechanical engineering students need to get the jobs they want after graduation. Network with industry professionals and student peers. Get free access to valuable software, technical knowledge, career resources, and financial assistance. Show off your engineering skills with projects presented at national competitions.

Archery Club (SMAC)

Club contact: Conner Snow, conner.snow@stmartin.edu
Advisor: David Crawford

Saint Martin's Archery Club (SMAC) focuses on having a good time while understanding the dangers and safety precautions. We will be shooting indoors which is very dangerous. With the help of a local archer and our coach, Joe Byrd, we will show any student how to properly shoot a bow.

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.

Biology Club

Club contact: Blair Hardy, blair.hardy@stmartin.edu
Advisor: Dr. Aaron Coby

The Biology Club is dedicated to bringing together students of the Biology Department at Saint Martin's. We encourage community involvement and extracurricular activities and strive for a fun, united environment.

Black Student Union (BSU)

Club contact: Saniah Simpson, saniah.simpson@stmartin.edu
Advisor: Janie Sacco
Social media: Instagram - @smubsu

The Black Student Union shall strive to embrace Blackness in all its forms by creating an intellectual, cultural, and social environment for students of Saint Martin's University through awareness, education and action.

Business Club

Club contact: Amanda Grengs, amanda.grengs@stmartin.edu
Advisor: Lisa Power

The Business Club focuses on helping to prepare business students for their future careers. With networking events, resume workshops, and conferences, it is the business clubs goals to help anyone interested in business succeed in life.

Chemistry Club

Club contact: Kyle Smith, kyle.smith@stmartin.edu
Advisor: Dr. Brandy Fox

The chemistry club at Saint Martin's University is focused on finding ways to get the community interested in the scientific field of chemistry. We do a variety of outreach activities as well as fundraising for the American Chemical Society National Meeting. Anyone with a love of science and an interest in chemistry is welcome.

Circle K

Club contact: Mohammed Alharbi, SMUCircleK@stmartin.edu
Advisor: Brother Mark
Social Media: Instagram - @smucirclek

Circle K international is the biggest student led organization in the world. Circle K is about three main aspects, Service, leadership and fellowship. Saint Martin’s Circle K is active on both the district level and internationally too.

Comic Book Club

Club contact: Tony Porter, tony.porter@stmartin.edu
Advisor: Janie Sacco
Social media: Instagram - @smu_cbc

Comic Book Club was established to promote diversity, community and social justice through the form and love of comic books.