The Office of Student Activities provides undergraduate students with opportunities for campus involvement that develop leadership skills and values through the lens of faith, intercultural dialogues, and social justice. Search for clubs, find events, learn how you can start your own club, and manage your student organization on the hub for campus involvement, NPU Engage.
North Park offers more than 30 registered student organizations and clubs. Here are just a few examples of the many interests you’ll find represented—with new organizations popping up all the time.
Beta Beta Beta Biology Honors Society
Beta Beta Beta or TriBeta is North Park’s chapter of the national biology honors society, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study. Learn more about TriBeta.
Black Student Union (BSU)
BSU was founded in 1956 to build a strong African American community at North Park while providing advocacy and inclusion to support marginalized groups. Learn more about BSU.
More About Registered Student Organizations
- RSOs do not necessarily reflect the views of the university’s parent denomination, the Evangelical Covenant Church.
- To qualify as an RSO, a student organization must be recognized by SGA, registered with the Office of Student Activities, and maintain a site on NPU Engage, in accordance with the university’s policies and procedures.
- Learn about RSO expectations and requirements and how to manage your RSO at the RSO Hub.
Contact the Office of Student Activities
phone: (773) 244-4994
location: Sohlberg Hall
hours: M–F: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.