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Enhance your academic and personal development! Join an existing club or start a new student club or organization. Work and have fun with your fellow students and create a deeper experience at Northwestern.

Find a student club or organization

Student Senate

Student chapters of national, international or state organizations:

  • Student American Chiropractic Association (SACA)
  • Student American Chiropractic Association – Sports Council
  • Student MN Acupuncture Association
  • Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP)
  • Student Minnesota Chiropractic Association (S-MCA)
  • Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA)

NWHSU Student Clubs and Organizations:

  • Activator Club
  • Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Business Club
  • Acupuncture Study Club
  • Animal Chiropractic Club
  • Applied Kinesiology Club - AK Club
  • Asian Cultural Club
  • Basketball Club
  • Be Bold Women's Group
  • Canadian Club
  • Christian Student Fellowship
  • Climbing and Hiking Club
  • Club Ignite
  • Corporate Health and Wellness
  • Endurance Sports Club
  • FACT Club
  • Functional Medicine Club
  • Functional Neurology Club
  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
  • Gonstead Club
  • Herb Club
  • Hmong Language Club
  • J.E.D.I Club (Justice, Equality, Diversity, & Inclusion)
  • League of Chiropractic Women
  • Love Your Melon
  • Mandrain Language Club
  • Massage Therapy Club
  • Motion Palpation Club
  • Nei Jing Club
  • Network Spinal Analysis Club
  • NUCCA/Upper Cervical Club (National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association)
  • NWHSU Strength and Conditioning Club
  • Pediatric Club
  • Philosophy Club
  • Ping Pong Club
  • Pre-Health Club
  • Qi Gong Club
  • Rehab 2 Performance – (R2P)
  • Research & Journal Club
  • Soccer Club
  • Social Dance Club
  • Spanish Language Club
  • Student Ambassador Club
  • Student Federation of International Care in Sports (SFICS)
  • TRT - Torque Release Technique Club
  • Veteran's Club
  • Vollyball Club

Starting and managing a student club or organization

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