Group Directory

Welcome to the Morningside College Student Government directory.  Below you will find a list of all student organizations registered with Student Government.  In addition to the basic information provided on the current page, student groups may have an independent website where more information on current events, meeting times, and more can be found.

Student groups interested in creating an independent website may reach out to Macie Moore at mrm019@morningside.edu for more information.  

 

Accounting Club

Kyle Kommes

Group President/Contact

Accounting Club helps students develop leadership skills, gain an understanding of career opportunities in accounting, and serves as a network tool for students to meet other individuals studying and/or working in the accounting profession

Weekly meetings; Fridays from 12-1pm; LC 101 or 107

Meeting Location

Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD)

Haley Potthoff

Group President/Contact

The purpose of the Society is to encourage superior academic achievement among students in their first year in institutions of higher education, to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning, and to assist members in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their roles in society.

7-8 pm, Dates TBD

Meeting Location

Art Club

Tracie Tuttle

Group President/Contact

Thursday, 4 pm, MC 103

Meeting Location

Business Honors

Rashmi Krishna Mejia

Group President/Contact

Business Honors is an invitation-only organization aimed at providing our best Business and Accounting Department students with unique opportunities for intellectual challenge, civic engagement and communication of their business acumen.

Mondays 12:00-1:00

Meeting Location

Collegiate National Association for Music Education

Noah Rubida

Group President/Contact

Our mission is to enrich the finds of future music educators and to give them the necessary tools to be successful in teaching music.

First Sunday of every month at 1:00pm Epply Fine Arts Building 223

Meeting Location

Gender Undone

Melanie Enloe

Group President/Contact

We consider and question the concept of gender and sexuality, including how it is defined and redefined throughout society and how it is experienced by all.

Tuesdays in the Library from 3:30-4:30

Meeting Location

Math Club

Billy Salber

Group President/Contact

Our mission is to provide programs of interest and value relating to the discipline of mathematics

Science Center 163 at 7pm, roughly every other Wednesday

Meeting Location

Morningside Mentors in Science Program

Ashley Wilcox

Group President/Contact

Our mission is to provide exceptional exposure of science and science-related topics to the youth of Siouxland (Specifically for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Siouxland).

7:30pm in BR Lobby

Meeting Location

Omicron Alpha (KDP)

Alison Wright

Group President/Contact

KDP's mission is to recognize outstanding scholarship in the field of education. KDP endeavors to create opportunities and programs that will enable members to pursue professional development and excellence in their career as educators.

Education Conference Room of BR 218; times vary

Meeting Location

Psi Chi

Tessa Renze

Group President/Contact

PSI CHI's mission is to recognize and promote excellence in the science and the application of psychology.

PSI CHI Website

Executive Meetings 3pm Wednesdays

Meeting Location

Religious Studies Club

Evelyn Williams

Group President/Contact

Our mission is to spread knowledge of different religions, past and present, visit diverse religious institutions and encouraging dissimilar ideas and beliefs.

Every other week, various times and places

Meeting Location

Morningside Student Nurse Association (MSNA)

Kaylee VanVoorst

Group President/Contact

The Morningside experience cultivates a passion for life-long learning and a dedication to ethical leadership and civic responsibility.

Once a month- 3rd floor Buhler- Nursing Department

Meeting Location

Teachers Inspiring Exceptional Students (TIES)

Trey Kluender

Group President/Contact

Our mission as TI.I.E.S. is to introduce and make others aware of the special education field not only as educators but as life long learners while providing opportunities to serve our community.

1pm Thursday, 2nd Floor of BR

Meeting Location

Alpha Omicron Pi- Theta Chi

Mackensie Rinas

Group President/Contact

Alpha Omicron Pi has been initiating extraordinary women as members. All of whom are guided by the same values. We pride ourselves in the development of leadership, teamwork, building of lifelong friendships and acting philanthropically.

Thursday @ 8pm in the AOII Chapter Room in Dimmitt Hall

Meeting Location

Anime Division

Devon Payne

Group President/Contact

Our mission is to provide a stress free environment for Japanese animation fans, video gamers, and convention goers, and allow them to gather and share in their interests, as well as broaden each member's cultural understanding.

Walker Science Center 007, 6pm-9pm, Sunday

Meeting Location

Ag Club

Brandon Langbein

Group President/Contact

The purpose of the organization is to aid members by providing opportunities for leadership, responsibility, and networking in agriculture.

Ag Club Website

Bulher Rohlfs Hall, Thursday 6:30pm

Meeting Location

Chemistry Club

Abbie Ver Steeg

Group President/Contact

The mission of this chapter shall be to afford an opportunity for students of a chemical science to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members, to instill a professional pride in the chemical sciences, and to foster an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern chemist.

Mondays in BR 126

Meeting Location

Delta Tau Alpha

Krista Zavadil

Group President/Contact

The Honor Society of Delta Tau Alpha (DTA) promotes and recognizes scholarship and leadership accomplishments of agricultural students while emphasizing character development, enhancing undergraduate preparation for professional positions, and joining with other agricultural student’s organizations in the promotion of agriculture. 

BR 114 3rd Wednesday

Meeting Location

Iowa Student Education Association (ISEA)

Faith Laskie

Group President/Contact

Morningside College ISEA Mission Statement: To Discover Your Passion and work with children to make a difference in the world.

Monthly-Educaiton Department BR

Meeting Location

Morningside Civic Union (MCU)

Kailyn Robert

Group President/Contact

MCU strives to encourage civic engagement through promoting awareness of political and social issues;  involvement in local, state, and national communities; and providing students with a forum for social justice and political discussion.

Every Wednesday, 5pm Hickman Dining Room

Meeting Location

Morningside Middle Level Educators (MMLE) 

Samantha Stark

Group President/Contact

The Morningside College Middle Level Educators Club at the Sharon Walker School of Education aspires to cultivate highly effective educators who are committed to the belief that every middle level student will learn.

5:45 on Wednesday (monthly) in Buhler Rohlfs 218

Meeting Location

Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK)

Kyle Kommes

Group President/Contact

ODK seeks to involve leaders from five parts of campus life: 1) scholarship, 2) athletics, 3) campus/ community leadership, social/religious activities, and campus government, 4) journalism, speech, and mass media, and 5) creative/performing arts.

One Sunday a month at 8:00pm in UPS

Meeting Location

Pre-Professional Health Club

Kayla Schimpf

Group President/Contact

The Pre-Professional Health Club of Morningside College will cultivate an environment for students to gain support and resources that will serve to assist in admittance to graduate schools relating to the health field.

Science Center 120; at least once a month at 6:30pm Monday

Meeting Location

Rocket Club

Skyler Briggs

Group President/Contact

Design, Engineer, and Launch model Rockets to learn more about rocketry, physics, and space exploration overall.

Monday 7pm, Advanced physics lab

Meeting Location

Sigma Tau Delta

Mari Pizzini

Group President/Contact

Sigma Tau Delta strives for high achievement, cultural stimulation, promotion of literature and language, discipline in all aspects of English, promotion of exemplary character, high academic standards, and for fostering literacy in society.

Lewis Hall 315 7pm on Monday's

Meeting Location

Undergraduate Psychology and Social Sciences Association

Jessy Huff

Group President/Contact

The purpose of the organization shall be to promote and advance the science and practice of psychology within its members of the Morningside College community and the general public.

Wednesday at 11:45 AM in WSC

Meeting Location

Active Minds

Kali Hill and Macie Moore

Group President/Contact

Our mission is to educate students on the importance of mental health in order to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness, to work towards enhancing the holistic well-being of students, and to create a supportive and well-informed

community.

Active Minds Website

7pm Thursday; 104 Lincoln Center

Meeting Location

Alpha Psi Omega

Jason Latta

Group President/Contact

Our goal is to develop dramatic talent, foster the cultural values which we believe dramatics develop, and to unite thespians of Morningside College as members of the order of mutual brotherhood and service.

Klinger Neal 6pm on 1st & 3rd Sundays

Meeting Location

Beta Beta Beta

Tim Sesterhenn

Group President/Contact

Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society is an honor and professional society for students of the biological sciences. Beta Beta Beta emphasizes stimulation of scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge, and promotion of biological research.

Mondays in BR 126 (8pm)

Meeting Location

Campus Media

Joan Mansfield

Group President/Contact

The mission of KMSC Fusion is to be the student radio voice of Morningside College. We seek to create a radio station that helps bind together the Morningside campus community through musical, informational, and special programming while also creating closer ties between the Morningside and the Siouxland communities.

1st Friday of every month at 12:30pm

Meeting Location

Entrepreneurship Group

Tyler Haberman

Group President/Contact

Entrepreneurship Group (or E-Group) is dedicated to providing opportunities for students that will promote entrepreneurship, ignite their passions, and refine their skills.

Thursdays 6pm in lobby of Lincoln Center

Meeting Location

Investment Club

Timothy Sibbel

Group President/Contact

Our mission as the Investment Club is to educate our members on the various types of investments that they can make and the best strategy to use for those investments.

Wednesdays at 1pm in LC 102

Meeting Location

Morningside Garden to Table Experience

Jacob Holck

Group President/Contact

The purpose of the organization shall be to aid members by establishing and maintaining a garden on Morningside’s Campus that promotes sustainable food production, agricultural education, and experiential learning experience.

Thursdays @ 7pm in BR

Meeting Location

National Agri Marketing Association (NAMA)

Jacob Holck

Group President/Contact

The Morningside experience cultivates a passion for life-long learning and a dedication to ethical leadership and civic responsibility.

6:30pm Ag Suite Conference Room, Buhler Rohlfs Hall

Meeting Location

Phi Alpha Theta

Robert Trewin

Group President/Contact

We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians.

Wednesdays at noon in the library

Meeting Location

Photo Club

Makaelyn Glienke

Group President/Contact

Photo Club endeavors to offer members experiential learning opportunities and events outside of the classroom to better their photographic skills, meet professionals inPhoto Club endeavors to offer members experiential learning opportunities and events outside of the classroom to better. their photographic skills, meet professionals in the field, and further their career goals.

4pm in McCollin Room 101

Meeting Location

Sinfonia (Gamma Xi Chapter)

Cameron Sherlock

Group President/Contact

The Object of this Fraternity shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students; the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the Alma Mater.

9:30pm Eppley Building

Meeting Location

Sustainable Environment Association (SEA)

Samuel Padill

Group President/Contact

Promote Action around sustainability and make a difference in our college community

Maud Adams Room- Wednesdays 6pm

Meeting Location

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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