Looking for ways to enhance your time at North Central? The Office of Student Involvement is here to help! From Orientation to comedians, commuters to student organizations, we work with all students to ensure that you have a great experience at North Central outside of the classroom as well.
We encourage you to get involved on campus, to make connections with other students, meet faculty and staff members, build your resume, be more successful and have more fun. Student involvement is a great way to make the college experience your own and we're here to help you connect to campus life. Whether that connection is involvement in a student organization, development of a new club or participation in a leadership conference, we can help. Please call, email or visit the office in the Harold and Eva White Activities Center (WAC), 325 E. Benton Ave.
Check out all of our clubs and organizations!
We have more than 60 student organizations and activities to get you started. Whether it's the gospel choir or student media, student government or pep band, our student-led groups and co-curricular activities will help you form new friendships, polish your leadership skills and make a difference in the world. And, if you don't find exactly what you're looking for, all it takes is five student signatures and a can-do attitude to form your own group!
Interested in starting your own Student Organization?
Start by gathering five friends, an advisor and writing a constitution! For more information on any of these organizations, or to start your own organization, please contact the Office of Student Involvement at 630.637.5402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have Questions? We have answers! Contact us at:
Amy Clarke Sievers, Director of Student Involvement
Harold and Eva White Activities Center, Room 13
Brianne Rogers, Assistant Director of Student Involvement
Harold and Eva White Activities Center, Front Desk