Campus Organizations

Delta Kappa Pi is a fraternity that focuses on five key characteristics: extracurricular activities, academics, athletics, personality and character. Founded in 1883, Delta Kappa Pi is the oldest fraternity west of the Mississippi. It has a rich history and a strong sense of tradition. The brothers of Delta Kappa Pi participate in various social and community service events throughout the year. The fraternity colors are purple and white and membership is open to all eligible Doane men based on invitation.
 

Mentoring Program

Doane Accounting Club is an active club aimed at helping students better understand the accounting profession. The club regularly schedules guest speakers and arranges visits to accounting firms and businesses. Members also learn interviewing skills/techniques through mock interviews. During the spring semester, Accounting Club members help Doane students with their personal taxes by guiding them through the process and giving them the confidence to preparing their own return.

The Doane Owl is the student newspaper of Doane University and is the oldest continuous University newspaper in Nebraska. The weekly paper is published on Thursdays by students and distributed to the Doane community. Any Doane student, regardless of major, is welcomed to join the newspaper staff. Paid positions are available and students may receive academic credit for the work.

The purpose of Doane Players is twofold: to provide a support group for the theatre program of Doane University and encourage interest in the participation and study of theatre. The range of activities varies from acting to scene building, painting, costuming, publicity, sound, lighting, etc. Theatre involvement provides the opportunity to develop skills and work with others on a common project. Doane Players is open to all students.

Doane Sports Medicine is closely related to the Student Athletic Training (SAT) staff in the Doane Athletics Training Room. It builds a closer bond between the SATs who can share encouragement and concerns during their consideration and pursuit of graduate school, whether it's for Physical Therapy, Athletic Training, or one of the many other possibilities.

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