Student Life

Student Organizations

Cappex ranks Alma College No. 1 in the nation for student clubs and activities. We have something for everyone!

Cappex, an online college decision service that has about 3 million users, issued the 2014 “Best Colleges for Clubs & Activities” ranking that showcases schools that “offer the best opportunities for involvement and leadership through clubs, activities and programs.”

If you want to go Greek, you can choose a social Greek fraternity or sorority.

Academically qualified students may be invited into one of the disciplinary academic honor societies. If you’re interested in a particular subject area, you might decide to join an academic or professional group.

Interest-based, religious/spiritual, and music oriented groups also abound on campus, and they’re always seeking new members with fresh ideas and energy.

If you enjoy performing service and wish to join a group that focuses on just that, Alma has many service-based organizations as well.

If the group you’re looking for doesn’t exist yet, there’s another opportunity for you: start your own group! Contact Student Congress for more information.