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!

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is a group of SMU students who include Psychology majors, minors and anyone interested in Psychology.  The Club’s aims are to create opportunities to regularly meet with fellow psychology students while learning relevant topics in the major. This membership includes access to Psychology Club’s annually hosted programs such as our Graduate School Forum and to help assist with providing funding to attend professional conferences such as the Washington Psychological Association Convention in the Spring. 

S.A.M.E. (Society of American Military Engineers)

Founded in 1920, the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) is an organization for military engineering professionals. According to its website,"bringing together all phases of U.S. engineering, in both the civil sector and military, for the advancement of knowledge". SAME brings together professional engineers and those in engineering-related fields to improve and increase the engineering capabilities of the nation.

For additional information contact Christopher Schof.

Saints for Life

Sigma Tau Delta Kappa Upsilon English Honor Society

Sigma Tau Delta (English Honor Society) is a club that promotes creative writing, scholarship and love of literature. Everyone is welcome – not just English majors! We host poetry readings, author visits, writing workshops and more. Each Spring, we publish SMUniverse, a literary arts magazine that showcases students' creative writing, art and photography. Come check out our meetings and see what we're all about!

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

For information on SWE, please contact Micaylla O'Leary

Sustainability Club

The Saint Martin’s Sustainability Club focuses on raising awareness among the SMU community and beyond concerning issues of sustainability (environmental, social, and economic). This is accomplished through projects and events in which individuals have the opportunity to make connections between sustainability and their day-to-day lives.