Clubs and Organizations

Stritch has more than 30 students clubs and organizations on campus.


This includes a number of councils, boards and committees dedicated to making University life a complete experience. In addition, Stritch offers a number of academic organizations geared to enhance student knowledge and offers an array of creative groups to fit anyone's need to be expressive or artistic.

Asian Student Association
This a club dedicated to sharing the unique cultural backgrounds and engaging in educating students and faculty of all races to learn more about Asian cultures, holidays, and customs.

Black Student Union
The BSU will improve the campus environment by encouraging involvement of all students in Black Student union campus activities. Also, the BSU will promote the Stritch spirit and tradition of excellence and heighten awareness and friendship between races. The BSU will represent the interests and concerns of black students at Stritch, as well as the concerns of all students regarding diversity on campus.

Boxing Club
Our focus is to create a community where students can learn and practice basic or advanced boxing and martial arts skills in a friendly environment. Students can train and workout on their own, with a friend, or ask the experienced members of the club for lessons/help.

Genesian Players
The Genesian Players seek, through their support of theatrical activities on campus, to foster the motto of the University, Ut probetis potiora, "to value the better things" and to further, through their collaborative and service efforts, the University’s Franciscan values. The mission of the club is to expand and explore theatre and other performing arts in a growing community by being involved, and taking pride in the arts at Stritch.

Hispanic Club
Bienvenidos! The purpose of this organization is establishing a club that is united with dedicated members who will reach out to the Stritch and Hispanic community in bringing cultural awareness and promoting diversity. We do this by celebrating Hispanic holidays, having food fairs, being part of volunteer projects and taking trips!! All students are welcomed to learn and celebrate the Hispanic culture with us. If you are interested please email our president Blanca Loeza at bloeza@wolfmail.stritch.edu to know about our upcoming meetings and events. Hasta luego.

Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee Student Chapter
HPGM Student Chapter is a club dedicated to help any student obtain scholarships, internships, and professional development via workshops and events throughout the semester.  Members of the club are also able to learn from professionals within the greater Milwaukee area about what it takes to be successful during and after college.

International Student Organization
Organized and managed by International Education, ISO creates an environment that supports cultural, educational, and social enhancement within the Stritch community. Through educational opportunities and social events, the ISO promotes awareness around issues of cultural diversity and helps foster intercultural understanding. Annual club events include International Education Week and the International Food Fair during Fall Semester, as well as Karnival/Mardi Gras and the International Soccer Tournament during Spring Semester. All

Judo
A club and class that exists to teach skills of self-defense and foster a sense of physical well-being. For the past 20 years, Stritch alumnus and 5th degree black belt Dennis Staral, '93, has introduced countless students, faculty, staff and alumni to judo through an accredited, one-credit class (Self Defense 1) offered each semester. For more information, Dennis Staral at destaral@stritch.edu or (414) 410-4174. 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity
On campus since Fall of 2014, the Kappa Sigma Fraternity here at Cardinal Stritch has helped develop the male population into the proper gentleman of today. Emphasizing their four pillars of Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service, the Kappa Sigma Fraternity strives to be a positive influence on campus and in the local community.

Live Action Role Play Club
A fun club is set around learning and being a part of a new world taking on a character of your creation. Join a group and learn how to sword fight, use shields and bows (LARP-approved imitation weapons) to defeat your enemies. Have fun role playing the race you choose such ass Orcs, Elves and more.

Mathematics & Computer Science Club
This club engages in problem solving to see how mathematics, computer science, and information systems touch our lives in various ways, and to explore career opportunities open to graduates with computer skills and mathematical problems solving ability.

Multicultural Student Nurses Association
Originating in 2015, Multicultural Student Nurse Association a brand new organization newly founded by a passionate nursing student who wants to be a “role model” for minority nursing students. The organization was created to reach out and help out minorities, such as, building experience and gain leadership skills as a nurse.

Pre-Professional Club (Pre-Med)
The Pre-Med/Pre-Professional club is for students interested in pre-medical and pre-professional sciences. As a club we are involved in the community, we plan science related activities and events, and assist one another in admissions for graduate or medical school, as well as discuss fall back options. This club is organized in hopes of gaining more perspective and insight into healthcare and science fields, and building supportive relationships between students who share a common interest in healthcare and science. 

Psychology Club
Psychology Club promotes awareness of and interest in current psychological issues. The club provides information about psychology as a major and a career, sponsors field trips, and holds university-wide discussions on thought-provoking topics. Meetings are open to all students.

Radio Lobo
Radio Lobo is a student organization dedicated to providing the Stritch community with student-created content. This content is used to inform, entertain, and educate the Stritch student community. Using our professional equipment and our broadcasting services, students can create any content they want and let it be heard. We have an internet radio service with opportunities for students to host shows in music, talk, news, and sports formats—including live broadcasts of events around campus. 

Sexual Advocacy for Everyone (SAFE)
SAFE exists to promote awareness and acceptance within a diverse community of LGBTQ+ individuals and their straight allies. As a club, they seek to educate people through programming and healthy dialogue to facilitate understanding and positive change. SAFE promotes support and respect while upholding the Franciscan values and traditions of Cardinal Stritch University.

Sigma Gamma Rho
It is the mission of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority to enhance the quality of life for women and their families in the U. S. and globally through community service. Our goal is to achieve greater progress in the areas of education, healthcare, and leadership development. Our members, affiliates, staff, and community partners work to create and support initiatives that align with our vision.

Stritch A Cappella
Stritch A Cappella is a club run by students who take joy in a cappella style music, singing, and collaborating. This club is dedicated to practicing, polishing, and performing songs arranged by its members. It provides students an opportunity to make connections and bond through shared interests. 

Stritch Sport Management Association (SSMA)
This club is dedicated to giving students, staff, and faculty, along with organizations, an opportunity to advance ideas, choices, and events in the field of Sport Management. Members network with Stritch Alumni and community leaders to locate mentors, internships, and jobs for Sport Management majors and those interested in working within the sport industry. This club hosts guest speakers, networking events, and a symposium during the academic year. Recent guests have included Mark Murphy, President of the Green Bay Packers, and staff from the Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Bucks, and Wisconsin Badgers.

Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)
The Student Athlete Advisory Council serves to represent the Student Athletes on campus. Each sports team is represented within the club to be an advocate for not only their team but the athletic department as a whole. SAAC leads the athletic department through numerous volunteer opportunities to benefit the school and surrounding community. The Student Athlete Advisory Council also runs campus-wide events to create unity and pride within the student athletes at Cardinal Stritch University. 

Student Government Association (SGA)
SGA is the main governing body for all undergraduate students and is the guiding force behind student life. With a committed group of professional student leaders, SGA strives to create effective change on campus, address students’ needs and concerns, and facilitate programs and activities. SGA is open to all undergraduate students interested in making effective change on campus. SGA seeks to be the guiding force behind student life at Cardinal Stritch University. 

Student Nursing Association (SNA)
The SNA is a local professional student nursing organization for nursing majors. It is a functional chapter of the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association and the National Student Nurses Association. This is the largest independent student health professional organization in the country and, more importantly, the only one run by nursing students for nursing majors. In SNA you will be able to talk to many students of all class levels. Get helpful tips on how to study, volunteer opportunities, and resume/job outlook. We hope to see you soon!

Student Programming Board (SPB)
SPB has student leaders involved in planning events including films, excursions, the annual Siblings Weekend and Parents Weekend, and others. SPB’s goal is to increase leadership, educational, and social programming on campus. 

Students for Justice in Palestine
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) is a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and community members at Cardinal Stritch University. Our group is organized according to democratic principles in order to promote human rights, liberation, justice and self-determination for the Palestinian People.

Zeta Sigma Rho
Zeta Sigma Rho is a social sorority open to all female students at Stritch.



Other Opportunities for Involvement

Some activities and events at Stritch are offered on a regular basis but do not fall under the heading of clubs. These events are open to all students and publicity is posted around campus regarding upcoming meetings and opportunities. For more information on any of these listings, please contact the Student Success Center.

Alternative Spring Break
The students do fundraising for this trip and they form a community with reflections and sharing as they grow personally and spiritually.

Campus Mascot (Stritch Wolf)
Serves as the University’s mascot and performs at athletic and University events. Participants are able to increase their abilities in tumbling, theatrics, and crowd antics by attending spirit camps. For more information, click here.

Christian Students Ecumenical Leadership
Students of various denominations gather to engage in campus ministry that is inclusive and empowering for prayer and community building.

Franciscan Student Leadership Pilgrimage
Association of Franciscan Colleges and Universities (A.F.C.U.)
In an effort to broaden and enrich the understanding of the Franciscan Values important to the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi, to the University, and to the world including ~ Making Peace ~ Reverencing Creation ~ Showing Compassion ~ Creating a Caring Community ~ Cardinal Stritch University provides yearly funding for students to participate in the Association of Franciscan Colleges and Universities (A.F.C.U.) Franciscan Pilgrimage.

International Service Trips
International service trips provide affordable group travel opportunities for students who want to participate in community service.

RSVP (Religious Scholars Vocation Program)
The RSVP program is a four year program that offers undergraduate ministry formation, theological reflection, internships, and educational discussions in an intentional student community. Participants must exemplify values compatible with faith-based leadership and express a statement of faith and sense of God’s calling.

Urban Fellows Program
The Urban Fellows Program is coordinated through the Center for Calling and Engagement. Students have the opportunity to make a difference right now in their community through program tracks: Summer Social Justice Internship, Community Based Placement and Internships, and SCOPE Corps (Stritch Center for Opportunity and Promise in Education).