Wanting to get involved on campus, but haven't found your crowd? Here are a few of our least known student organizations you can check out!
1. Best Buddies Club “Best Buddies is a national organization that involves forming friendships with peers with disabilities. At SEMO, our chapter will hold group events once a month with a site around town that has connections to peers with disabilities. Many fun group events will be planned along with many informational meetings.”
2. Redhawks Equestrian Team “We are a Southeast Missouri State Univeristy Sports Club who competes in Zone 7 Region 5 of IHSA Collegiate level equestrian competitions. We welcome all levels of riders, from advanced to no horse experience at all.
3. Hallyu Club “Hallyu Club at SEMO is a social group for Southeast students with a special interest in hallyu including K-Pop, K-Dramas, and other Korean pop-culture. Hallyu Club meets weekly and hosts events throughout the year.”
4. Outdoor Adventure Club “As a OAC member you will gain recreational, professional, and leadership skills while having fun! Some of the trips we take include kayaking, hiking, camping, swimming, cave spelunking, rock climbing, canoeing, forging lessons, backcountry living skills, and many more.”
5. SE Creative “Goal: To help students interested in advertising, design, public relations, photography, marketing or any related field gain real-world experience and skills necessary to succeed in the industry.”
6. Student Interfaith Alliance “This is an organization designed for students, faculty and staff of all faiths and those who do not practice any faith to come together to learn more about the belief systems that guide us. Our goal is to foster dialogue, promote peace and grow understanding.”
7. Redhawk Health Educators “We educate students on everything health related, including drugs and alcohol, healthy relationships, sexual health, physical health, and mental health. We do this through tabling, events such as the health fair and stress busters, peer counseling, and talks, either for classes or residence halls, on subjects such as stress in college and bystander intervention.”
8. Livestock Showing Team “Students would have the opportunity to experience working hands on with the University cattle while preparing for shows. There is an opportunity to travel to fairs across the country to communicate with exhibitors and producers.”
9. Electronic Vehicle Club “Teams compete against one another to have their design accepted for manufacture by a fictitious firm. Students must function as a team to not only design, build, test, promote, and race a vehicle within the limits of the rules, but also to generate financial support for their project and manage their educational priorities."
10. Cyber Defense Club “The Cyber Defense Club was founded with the idea that it would be an extension of the classroom. We aim to expand upon and supplement what is learned in our coursework. The goal is to provide a place for students to enhance their learning and to provide an avenue for professional development.”
11. Archery Club “Archery Club is dedicated to allowing everyone the opportunity to hone their archery skills. Experienced and new members will be provided with archery equipment such as bows, arrows, and targets and archery lessons. Each person will be able to shoot competitively and/or recreational. Overall, the goal is for everyone to experience the joy of shooting and to have fun.”
12. Clay Club “Clay club is an organization to bring members of the art community together by clay.“
13. Student Activities Council “Student Activities Council (SAC) is the largest, most diverse student programming organization at the University. The organization plans and facilitates a variety of educational, social, cultural, and recreational activities for the campus community. Events include movies, comedians, lectures, musicians, variety acts, and much, much more. Most events are free to Southeast students. All students are encouraged to join the Student Activities Council!"