Clubs & Organizations

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Student Clubs & Organizations

The Science of Success begins here! To make sure you learn all you can, NDSCS sponsors over 30 student-run clubs and organizations. If you're serious about getting ahead in life, there's no better place than here to begin.

Club Advisor / Phone Email
Agri-Business Club Chandra Langseth / 671-2602
Allied Dental Club Mallory Regan / 671-2107
Auto Tech Club Michael Bitz / 671-2254
Baseball Jack Junker
Campus Activities Board Heather Nelson / 671-2404
Bobbi Luck / 671-2185
Cru Leah Schauer / 671-2947
Chef's Club BJ Whitmore / 671-2842
Clay Target Team Brian Gefre / 671-2466
Collegiate DECA Greg Anderson / 671-2172
Construction Design Technology Club Lara Lekang / 671-2592

Diesel Club Barry Frank / 671-2793
Electrical Club Zach Sheeley / 671-2715
Slade Fitzgerald / 671-2568

EMS Club Tyler DeKrey / 701-364-1729
eSports Team Eric Schauer / 671-2185
Football Eric Issendorf / 671-2447
HVAC Club Daryl Johnson / 671-2515
Andrew Bouressa / 671-2797
International Society of Automation Slade Fitgerald / 671-2568
KSCS Wildcat Radio Bryan Poyzer / 671-2872
Machinist's Club Lincoln Thompson / 671-2498
Men's Basketball Stu Engen / 671-2446
NDSCS Ambassadors Hannah Franks / 671-2234

Performing Arts
Jazz Band
Wildcat Singers

Bryan Poyzer / 671-2872
Dr. Adam Hollingsworth / 671-2871
Bryan Poyzer / 671-2872

Phi Theta Kappa Erin Johnson / 671-2278
Shannon King / 671-2296
Jeff Hart / 671-2342
Powersports Technology Club Luke Kasowski / 671-2544
Robotics Club LeAnne Jaenisch / 671-2176

Skills USA Mike Seedorf / 671-2101
Student Nursing Club Amy Medhaug / 671-2969

Student Senate Heather Nelson / 671-2404
Volleyball Jane Passa / 671-2445
Welding Club Vance Harthun / 671-2434
Women's Basketball Park Masterson / 671-2285
Women's Softball Michael Oehlke / 671-2449
Annual Club/Organization Membership Form

All clubs are required to submit their officers and club roster to the Department of Student Life annually. This information is used for the NDSCS General Education Report.

Annual Club/Organization Membership Form

Service-Learning Project Proposal Form

Students' college experience can be greatly enhanced by providing a service to someone in need. All NDSCS recognized clubs and organizations must complete one or more service learning project(s) annually. Click on the Service Learning Project Proposal Form link below for complete guidelines.

Service Learning Project Proposal

Club/Organization Year-End Evaluation Form

All club advisors are required to submit a year-end evaluation of club activities. This information is used for the NDSCS General Education Report and to communicate with incoming students about the nature of this club.

Club/Organization Year-End Evaluation

Club/Organization Fundraising Application

No student fundraising activity may take place without prior Student Senate approval. Please click on the Club Fundraising Application link for complete club/organization fundraising requirements.

Club/Organization Fundraising Application

Club/Organization Fundraising Report Form

All clubs participating in a fundraising project must complete a report within two weeks of the project's completion.

Club/Organization Fundraising Report

Club/Organization Travel Funding Request Form

Use this application link to apply for club travel funding. Official NDSCS clubs and organizations may apply for funding for up to 3 trips per academic year.

Club/Organization Travel Funding Request Form

Start a New Club

Have an idea for a new club or organization? We recognize our students unique interests and encourage you to start a new club if what interests you isn't currently represented in the list above. To create a new club:

  • Talk to NDSCS Faculty and Staff to identify a new club advisor (advisor must be full-time benefited NDSCS faculty or staff); then
  • Complete the Petition to Organize and Charter a New Campus Organization form.
  • Once complete, the form will be submitted to the NDSCS Student Senate and routed for official approval.

If you have further questions, please call Student Life at 701-671-2109.

Club Constitution & Bylaws Template

Club Risk Assessment

Clubs and organizations are encouraged to review the forms below to determine risk involved with club activities.

Risk Assessment Guide

Instructions Risk Management Worksheet

Required Club/Organization Travel Form

As required by the Jeanne Clery Act, all employees must complete a Clery Act Travel Form (within two weeks of the conclusion of travel) for ANY College-sponsored off-campus travel that meets the following requirements:

  • Includes NDSCS students;
  • Length of stay is more than one night or if a reoccurring annual trip; AND
  • There is College control over the trip or program accommodation and any related space used in conjunction with the trip, i.e., renting hotel rooms, staying in campus housing, or using an academic space on another campus.

Day trips and student-organized or private trips are not reportable.

If any crimes are reported to a CSA during or after the trip, please notify NDSCS Police as soon as possible or report online at

Club/Organization Travel Form