Campus Organizations

Doane Players is a social and service organization on the Crete campus of Doane University that promotes the art of theatre both on campus and in the Crete community by advocating theatre as a personal and communal experience, promoting the highest possible standards of theatre on the Crete campus, striving for inclusion and diversity within the organization, encouraging personal and group creative expression and organizing social events to further the unity of Doane Players. 

Doane Serves is a volunteer organization that started in the year 2017. Our purpose is to bring volunteer opportunities to Doane students for the purpose of benefitting Doane and the surrounding community. Our activities include: Trick or Treat for UNICEF, campus cleanups, Crete community dinner along with many others. If you are interested in joining Doane Serves, feel free to contact us!

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.

DULSA, Doane University Latino Student Association, builds a vibrant community and unlocks potential by creating opportunities for all to celebrate the Latino (Latinx)/Hispanic culture, address inequities, and create life-long connections. We accomplish this by: 

The mission of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is "to present to coaches and athletes, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the Church."
 

Gamma Phi Iota Sorority was founded in 1908 on principles that value scholarship, friendship, and fun. Their mission to inspire the highest type of womanhood, cultivate high scholastic standards, promote unity among college women, radiate kindness, promote the welfare of others through philanthropic activities, embrace our spirituality in the most profound way, and uphold friendship as the strongest bond that binds the members of Gamma Phi Iota together.

 

Generation for Sexual Health and Political Change at Doane University, member of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, exists to educate the university community about reproductive health and rights, build a diverse, strong, progressive, healthy and politically active community within our campus, and to serve as a coalition partner to state, national, and international reproductive, equality and civil rights efforts.
 
 
 

The Global Involvement Club's mission is to encourage domestic and international students to intermingle. Moreover, we bring awareness to different cultures within Crete and find ways to volunteer and serve in any way possible - whether as a group or hosting a speaker.

For more information, feel free to contact us!

 

 

Greek Council represents the governing body for Doane University's Greek Community. Each recognized fraternity and sorority elects 2-3 representatives to serve on the Council. The purposes of the Greek Council are to promote the interests of Doane University and the fraternities/sororities; secure cooperation among Greek social organizations, faculty, staff, and the administration; resolve matter reflecting upon the Greek organizations at Doane University; and interpret and establish all guidelines for rush activities and Greek Week.

Social gaming community run through Resident Life.

Health and Medical Occupations Club (HMOC) helps prepare members for future careers in medical-related fields (pharmacy, dentistry, physical or occupational therapy, medicine, etc.). Activities include touring UNMC and Creighton, providing job shadowing experiences, community service, and putting together a portfolio.

To bring value and knowledge to students in preparation for after their graduation from Doane University. This semester, we are bringing in 3 HR professionals to speak with students what HR departments are looking for from college graduates and what college students should be doing now to prepare themselves.

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