Northland strongly supports student participation in professional service organizations and honor societies. Because of this support the clubs and organizations at Northland have a range of goals including academic, social, athletic, and awareness raising.
Every year, Northland students organize a wide array of clubs. Some clubs are linked to academic programs, such as Welding or Nursing. Other clubs are organized around interests, like Inkwell or EPIC Pride, and others around academic achievement, such as Phi Theta Kappa. Below you will find a short summary of clubs typically active. If you think a new club might be something you’d like to get started, please contact Jason Pangiarella. The forms necessary to start a club are also found here.
This is just a sampling of clubs that Northland students bring to life. Martial Arts is also available as a student life activity for course credit. Please contact Jason for more information regarding a full listing of each year’s active clubs and/or how to get involved.
Feel free to contact us about joining a Northland club or starting a new club.