Campus Student Clubs

Newman Students walk through the St. Joseph Picnic Grounds

Club Events

 

 

Newman Groups

African Students Association

NASA is committed to fostering cultural, political and social awareness about the African continent, promoting dialogue about pertinent issues affecting the continent, creating an intellectual and social space for Africans at Newman, and fostering fellowship between NASA and members of the Newman and Wichita area. For more information contact Yvonne Afriyie at afriyie224257@newmanu.edu

Alpha Chi Alpha

The Newman Art club embraces the mission of the University: to provide Art education, to further student knowledge in the Fine Arts, to make Art accessible to our community, and to provide service to our community. For more information contact Brittany Loomis at loomis265308@newmanu.edu

Chemistry Club

The Chemistry Club exists to promote chemistry and related scenes through community service, educational and research opportunities. For more information, contact Suzie Kucera at kucera258284@newmanu.edu

Communication Club

A club for communication majors. Its purpose is to provide representation and structure for the members of the Communication Club, to set the Communication Club apart from other campus clubs, to provide social and academic opportunities for Communication majors and minors, and promote a sense of pride for the liberal arts. For more information, contact Tori Simons at simons236112@newmanu.edu

Environmental Change Organization

The purpose of the Environmental Change Organization is to raise awareness on the issues of pollution, conservation of resources and promoting the green way of life. For more information contact Anna perinchery at perinchery252131@newmanu.edu

HALO (Hispanic American Leadership Organization)

HALO is dedicated to sharing our culture and strengthening young leaders through community involvement. By volunteering, educating ourselves and others, and by networkign with other students and Hispanic leaders from across the US, members build leadership skills and engage in our local, national, and global community. Contact Sarah Balderas at balderas220564@newmanu.edu

History Club

Promotes the study of history and foster awareness across the local area of historically significant events and issues. Contact Alaina Garrett at garrett269056@newmanu.edu

Newman Jets Band

Promotes school spirit at athletic events, etc. Contact Brandi Boese at boese303542@newmanu.edu

Jets for Life

The purpose of Jets for Life is to raise awareness both on and off campus of the sacredness and dignity of human life from conception to natural death and to foster a respect for human life in all its forms, taking action to ensure that all human life is respected. Contact Kristin Martin at martin229572@newmanu.edu

Justice League

The purpose of this organization is to provide students at Newman a stronger sense of community and provide an opportunity to learn about careers in the criminal justice field. Contact Lauren Baker at baker268607@newmanu.edu

Math Club

Provides an organized group outside of a classroom setting for individuals to meet and follow students interested in studying mathematicsa nd to encourage and promote mathematical endeavors and confidence in a positive social environment. Contact Peter Neidhart at neidhart253759@newmanu.edu

Multicultural Leadership Organization

A student organization that promotes cultural awareness, unity and leadership. Contact Alaina Garrett at garrett269056@newmanu.edu

Ambassadors for Christ

Provides an opportunity for Christian fellowship and community for both on-campus and commuter students. Contact Haley Hungate at hungate235007@newmanu.edu

NOTSA (Newman  Occupational Therapy Student Association)

NOTSA aims to increase communication among students and add to their knowledge of the profession, with teh guidance of the faculty, through activities that NOTSA sponsors. Contact Emily Watson at watson292532@newmanu.edu

NUMPC (Newman University Medical Professionals Club)

NUMPC is established to provide support and community for Newman's pre-medical professions students, to be a source of information and a resource for all students interested in pre-medical professions. Contact Jaime Dungan at dungan24974@newmanu.edu

Nursing Club

Exists to provide students interested in pursuing a nursing major at Newman University an opportunity for academic, professional, spiritual and social enrichment. Contact Kelsey Weninger at weninger229671@newmanu.edu

NURF (Newman University Running and Fitness Club)

The mission of NURF is to build a stronger Newman community by establishing relationships among students, faculty and staff of all fitness levels while promoting an active and healthy lifestyle. 

Psychology Club

Promotes interest in the field of psychology at Newman University. To provide students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the field through participation in club activities. Also, to provide assistance for students to learn about career opportunities in the field of psychology. Contact Stephanie Aipperspach at aipperspach260457@newmanu.edu

Residence Hall Association

The Residence Hall Association ensures community in the residence halls by proposing policy recommendations, organizing programs and providing improved facilities and accomodations for the residence halls. Contact Alaina Garrett at garrett269056@newmanu.edu

Social Entrepreneurship Club

The purpose of this club is to teach students about entrepreneuship and business in a socially responsible manner. Contact Victoria Hostick at hostickv@newmanu.edu

Student Association of Social Work 

To provide a mechanism for students to take part in the governance of the School of Social Work, and to share information concerning SW employment, service opportunities, training and educational opportunities. Contact Sherrie Harrison at harrison216398@newmanu.edu

SAAC (Student Athlete Advisory Committee)

To ensure and enhance the student-athlete experience through promoting opportunities within the University, athletic department, and outside community while providing a facet to serve and protect the interests and image of the student-athlete. Contact Robin Allard at allard287648@newmanu.edu

Tomorrow's NU Teachers 

To promote the mission of Newman University, provide an environment that supports the creative ideas of education students. To promote educational experiences through activities and speakers and develop educational leadership, further fellowship and collegiality for educational students and teachers. And to promote student involvement in professional activities and to aid as a service to our greater community, encourage all who are curious to learn more about teaching, be fniancially independent and raise money for university and community events and needs, and periodicaly re-evaluate the above purpose and ensure that they are carried out in a proper fashion. Contact Briana Burger at burger299156@newmanu.edu