Campus Organizations

The Pre Law Club helps members prepare for future careers in law-related areas.  This preparation may include listening to professionals in the legal field or hosting events to improve legal knowledge of club peers.  

PROJECT OUTDOOR CLASSROOM members inform the Doane and Crete communities about the Nature Explore certified classroom on campus.  The information provided to the communities will include the benefits of Nature Explore, what has been built, and what still needs to be built.

Psych/Soc Club promotes interaction among students interested in the fields of psychology and sociology. It is open to any Doane student in any major including the fields of psychology, sociology, and human services.

The Residence Hall Association is a nationally recognized organization that serves to better life on campus for all students. To establish a voice for students residing on campus, working with Residence Life, to promote a safe and healthy environment by creating opportunities that foster a student-centered community while enhancing growth and development of the residential student body by facilitating programming and communication throughout the residence halls.


Sigma Phi Theta members are involved in various community and charity projects from heart fund drives to the publication of a coupon book for Doane students with discounts on services and goods within the community. To complement the work component of the fraternity, the members sponsor social functions. Sigma Phi Theta prides itself on community and charitable projects, zest for social life, and academic excellence. It is open to all Doane males based on unanimous selection by the members of the fraternity.


Sigma Tau Delta, the national honor society for students majoring in English, promotes scholarship in the field of English. Opportunities exist for national prizes, publications and scholarships. Qualifications for membership include junior standing with a major in English, a minimum GPA in English of 3.0, and standing in the upper 35 percent of the class.


The purpose of the Society of Physics Students is the advancement and diffusion of knowledge of physics, the encouragement of interest in physics throughout the academic and local communities, and the introduction of students to the professional community. The Society of Physics Students is a national organization for any college student interested in physics. The Doane University chapter is open to students of any major. Chapter activities seek to help students become contributing members of a professional community.

Spanish Club prepares students studying the Spanish language for real world applications and careers.  The club also strives to create a friendly learning environment that encourages its members to use their language of study within a small setting.

Student Congress (STUCO) is the self-governing body for all students. Student Congress represents and promotes student interests and opinions and allocates funds to campus-‐recognized organizations from student fees. Senators are required to work on a personal project each semester that aims for the betterment of the Doane Community. Student Congress also sponsors special events and is invited to meet bi-annually with the Doane University Board of Trustees as representatives of the student body. The student body elects president, vice-president, and upper class senators in the spring.