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If you would like to join an association, please fill out the form and Student Life will contact you.




Diversity requires not only student voices, but student leadership in organizing. The following student associations meet on a regular basis throughout the academic year to host their own events, support their members’ success at the college and educate others about their cultural identities. Full funding support for these associations comes from the Student Senate.

African American Association – To U.N.I.T.E (Unified Nationalities Inspiring Through Encouragement) all students and staff. Creating a place where all are welcome and to promote diversity on campus.

All Nations Student Association – All Nations Student Association’s mission is to provide cultural support for current and future Saint Paul College students of Native American/American Indian descent. ANSA’s purpose is to bring recognition and awareness of culture and heritage of different tribes to Saint Paul College. While working with and on behalf of other students and student associations on campus, we will strive to keep this campus unified with a diverse atmosphere.

El Futuro – The focus of El Futuro is to encourage, enhance and guide current students in completing and striving for goals they have set or will set for themselves, especially for students who speak English as their second language or who may have come from a Latin American country, or who identify as Latino. El Futuro also sheds light on Latin American customs and our heritage for non-Latino members and Latino members.

Ethiopian Student Association – The main focus is to work together to promote Ethiopian culture as well as to share our knowledge with each other. The Ethiopian Student Association participates in different activities to improve Saint Paul College learning environment and promote diversity.

Muslim Student Association – The Muslim Student Association’s purpose is to unite Muslim and non-Muslim students at Saint Paul College and to provide students with a safe and comfortable environment in which they can develop an understanding of Islam, its teachings, and the diverse cultures of the Muslim world.

PRISM Campus Alliance (PRISM) – PRISM stands for People with Pride Respecting Individuality and Sexuality through Mentoring. PRISM works to combat mistreatment and misconceptions of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) individuals and their allies; raises awareness among students, faculty, and staff; improves visibility and provides support of GLBT individuals and their allies in the campus community.

Somali Student Association – The mission of the Somali Student Association is to promote and educate about Somali culture and to support Somali students at Saint Paul College.

Students in Recovery – Students in Recovery is an anonymous group that extends the hand of fellowship to those with addictions and compulsive behaviors. This group is provided for and run by students at Saint Paul College. Students with problems of alcoholism, addiction, gambling, and other compulsive behaviors are welcome at this meeting. Meetings are run by students for students. No college staff or faculty are present. For meeting time and location, please email Clinton Heino at

The Justice League - The mission of the Justice League is to gain exposure to diverse people and ideas by exploring the field, careers and social impact of criminal and social justice.

The following student associations provide students the opportunity to gain leadership skills based on specific career or personal interests. Full funding support for these associations comes from the Student Senate.

Association for Computing Machinery – The Saint Paul College chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) purpose is to promote and increase knowledge and interest in the science, design, development, construction, languages, management and applications of modern computing.

American Sign Language Interpreters Association – The mission of the ASL Interpreting Association is to enhance the learning experience of all ASL students, interpreting students and Deaf peoples regardless of their background in ASL to help spread deaf awareness to Saint Paul College. The club will also provide social opportunities to interact with members of the Deaf community to improve one’s level of sign language skills and cultivate appreciation and deep respect for Deaf culture. This association is open to all students who are interested in learning about American Sign Language and Deaf culture.

Cru – Mission Statement: The purpose of the chapter, as articulated in the charter, is to build movements of people who are transformed by Jesus Christ. The student-led movement seeks to introduce students to Jesus Christ, help them grow in their faith, encourage them to live life passionately under the lordship of Christ, and inspire commitment to advancing the purposes of God in the world.

Environmental Action Society – The Environmental Action Society’s purpose is to create awareness of our environmental impact and offer education on how to help mitigate these effects.

Kappa Beta Delta – Alpha Beta Gamma Chapter - Kappa Beta Delta is an academic honor society for business majors at Saint Paul College. Eligible members will automatically receive an invitation to join KBD either in September or January via their Saint Paul College email account. There is a one-time membership fee of $40. Eligibility includes (but is not limited to) being enrolled in one of 60 business majors at the college, having completed at least 15 college-level credits, with 6 credits in their major, and having a GPA of 3.2 or higher.

Phi Theta Kappa – Beta Xi Alpha Chapter – Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of the two year college. Eligible members will automatically receive an invitation to join either in September or January via their Saint Paul College email account and by regular mail. Eligibility includes (but is not limited to) being enrolled in an associate degree program; completing at least 12 credits of college-level coursework and obtaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.5. There is a one-time membership fee of $60.

Rhythm Realm - Mission Statement: Commit to excellence, inspire, and team provide every student to discover their strengths, and to reach personal potential. Striving to inspire students and be inspired by other students, living, learning, creating, teaching, and developing appreciation for dance and music. Together we learn and grow. We share responsibilities, building self-esteem, respect, determination and improving confidence.

SkillsUSA – SkillsUSA provides students with quality education experiences in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. Students participate in a variety of social, community service and educational opportunities. Saint Paul College students also compete at local, state, and national competitions. Students compete in a wide range of areas that cover almost every discipline and program at Saint Paul College. Our chapter of SkillsUSA is consistently recognized for excellence. In 2014, 18 students received awards, including 6 1st place awards!

Saint Paul College Yoga Association – The Saint Paul College Yoga Association will be a welcoming, vibrant yoga community devoted to health, personal growth, nutrition and happiness. Great opportunity for a synergy of like-minded people to discuss various topics and occasionally practice together.

STI Awareness Project – Mission Statement: We aim to organize campus-wide projects to educate and raise awareness of sexually transmitted infections, or STIs, fight the stigma of STI prevention treatment, provide resources and support, and advocate for sex-positive environment.

The Justice League – Mission Statement: The mission of the justice league is to gain exposer to diverse people and ideas by exploring the field, careers, and social impact of criminal and social justice.

Want to start a student association? Stop by the Office of Student Life & Diversity (Room 1265) or click here to get the new association registration packet!