Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups

American Association of University Women (AAUW)
American Association of University Women’s mission is advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.  As an undergraduate student, you are eligible to join AAUW free as an e-student affiliate because DSU is a University Partner member institution.  Join today at www.aauw.org.
Advisor: Kathy Lowe

Farm Bureau Club
Advisor: Toby Stroh

Rodeo Club 

The purposes of the club are to conduct wholesome activities in horsemanship for recreation and entertainment, to promote our western heritage through activities sponsored for the campus and community, and to support a competing team in National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association competition. 
Advisor: Jen Obrigewitch 

Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE)
A male Greek fraternal organization that stresses brotherhood in both campus and community events.  Focus areas are scholarship, character, leadership, teamwork, service and brotherhood.  TKE works with university leaders to build a strong, reputable relationship for students and administration in the local community.
Advisor: Mick Riesinger

Students Other Than Average (S.O.T.A.)
Not all university students are between the ages of 18 and 21. S.O.T.A. was formed to offer a resource for a large percentage of the DSU student population who happen to be non-traditional students. This group meets the first and third Monday of every month at 6 p.m., Student Center 18, and discusses issues relevant to the needs of a diverse campus population. 
Advisor:  Sandy Klein

Wellness Club
Wellness is a conscious and engaged effort to live in a state of physical, emotional and spiritual good health.  The Dickinson State University Wellness Club allows students to learn about and apply the dimensions of life-long Wellness.  Participation in the Wellness Club also provides the opportunity to serve the campus community by offering a variety of programs and classes focused on the dimensions of Wellness.  The Wellness Club works with the Alcohol Awareness through the Arts Program, the Peer Educators Program and the Clothesline Project.
Advisor:  Pattie Carr