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MVNU Cycling is for anyone and everyone with a bicycle. We meet weekly for rides during fall and indoor training during the winter. In the spring we will begin our 3rd season of collegiate racing through USA Cycling. We travel and compete verse approximately 30 other Universities.

Trenton Fitzgerald

Get pumped for the new Athletic Year! Athletics are huge on campus and if you love sports Cougar Crazies is the club for you! Our goal is to promote spirit among our sports and throughout our university! This is a club that allows you to get wild and go all out at basketball games, soccer games, baseball games, etc! Can't wait for you to get involved!

Contact Chris Sneed

For runners of all shapes, sizes, and skill levels. We run together at least once a week & attendance is not mandatory. We also host races and participate in other races. If you're a runner, or would like to be, this club is for you!

Contact Melissa Keiser

SIFE empowers students to develop the necessary business skills to succeed in an ever-changing world. We seek to serve Christ by utilizing the knowledge gained in a classroom to better our community. Through local, national, and international projects, students seek to gain the skills and knowledge essential to improving our world.

Contact Erin DeLong

Mount Vernon Graphic Artists, or MVGA, is a group for Graphic Design majors, minors or anyone interested in this field. It is a chapter of AIGA and has the benefits that come with being plugged into this larger network of professional designers. Creativity is the key.

Contact Laurel Rings

Our purpose is to create and organize a group of volunteers who are willing to donate blood, time, or help out in any other way possible. We seek to save lives, both literally with blood and also by being examples to non-believers.

Contact Randon McNeil

History is about so much more than dead white guys! Come find out how exciting history can be! This club is for majors and non-majors alike. Events this year will include Constitution day activities, films, and other exciting events to be determined. Come help us make this club great. We are always open to new ideas and people!

Contact Kevin Stamper

Psychology Club is a place for students who are interested in the field of psychology, but this club is especially for people who want to have fun! Our club does a variety of different events and activities ranging from halloween parties to the annual game of football against the history club. We also help those others around us with different service projects.

Contact Wes Magnuson

Student Education Association (SEA) is a club for Education Majors. SEA strives to connect students and allow their voices to be heard. We also work to involve education majors in projects that benefit schools, children, and the education system in general.

Contact Heather Sapatka

Colleges Against Cancer is a club that plans an helps fund raise for the yearly Relay for Life held on our campus. We also have events throughout the year to help us fund raise and to get the word out about the Relay.

Contact Allison Taylor

Our purpose is to unite natural science majors through club events and community service.

Contact Justin Davis

The Biology Club provides an opportunity for those within the Biology Department to interact with one another outside of the classroom environment. We plan a variety of fun activities throughout the semester, making for great study breaks! The club is open to Biology majors and minors, and to anyone who is simply interested in biology!

Contact Katherine Reffitt

College Republicans exists to exert Christian influence in the political process in conjunction with the principles of the Republican Party, however all are welcome to join. Opportunities include biweekly meetings, campaign events and involvement, guest speakers, and much more.

Contact Chris Rednour

Every year we go to the Renaissance Festival as well as sponsor movie nights where we will show different kinds of movies. We want to get the student body interested so we show new releases that don't neccesarily have to do with sci fi or fantasy. This year we are planning a paint ball day and other things for students to get involved with.

Contact Jesse Doze

Our goal is to connect students with the ACM organization and have events on campus which build community and have fun along the way. Our club mindset is relaxed and our events range from guest speakers to cookouts. Even if you are not computer science-inclined, come join us for some fun and learn about this fascinating field!

Contact Grant Taylor