Life at Doane is what you make it. And with 90+ clubs and organizations you have the chance to make it great. Find your people. Follow your passion. Fulfill your potential. From academic to social – and everything in between – there’s something for you here at Doane.

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Academic

Academics is the bread and butter of college but who said it had to be tasteless and stale? Add some spice to your college life and advance your knowledge. Join a club associated with your major – or even just a topic you’re interested in.

Campus Involvement

The potpourri category of clubs and organizations – you’ll find something that speaks to your niche interests. 

Dr. Cale Stolle presents scholarships to senior engineering students Ryan Lasauskas, left, and Kenny Kemp, right. They are standing in a classroom in the Lied Science and Mathematicsbuilding.
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Greek

College can be a rush – Greek life will help you form lasting bonds with fellow Tigers. Five sororities and five fraternities are looking for new sisters and brothers who share similar values and interests.

Honor

Advance your academics with one of our many honor societies associated with specific majors or outstanding leadership and service.

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Journalism/Media

Let your voice be heard – and your words read – through our student newspaper, radio station, television station, website, art studio and literary magazine. Your creative outlet awaits.

Music

Express your musical talent through five choral ensembles and three band ensembles. Sounds good, right?

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Religious

Nurture your spiritual side on campus with one of four religious-based clubs.

Service

Help Doane help others. Make the world – and campus – a better place through the caring and giving spirit of a service group.

Four middle school girls work on creating paper models of shapes like pyramids, cubes and dodecahedrons with the help of Dr. Margaret Watts and Dr. Barbara Jennings Herzog, who teach math at Doane University, and Bailee Baack, a junior elementary and special education major. They are in one of the classrooms in Doane's Lied science building.
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