Make your College Experience What YOU Want it to Be

We have something for everyone – from social and club activities to special events and excursions. All students, both full-time and part-time, are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities and college events. Be a part of memorable campus experiences while growing socially, fostering friendships, and showing your Stevenson pride.

What We Do

The Office of Student Activities at Stevenson University prepares students for lives of integrity and leadership. We promote an overall sense of community by providing students with impactful programs. Our office extends learning outside the classroom by empowering and challenging students in a fun and inclusive environment.

Student Activities develops the whole student by creating exceptional experiences that influence personal growth while connecting them to their careers.

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Athletics on Campus

Stevenson has a rapidly growing Campus Recreation sports program with teams and leagues forming throughout the year. There are also workout facilities on campus with weight machines and cardio equipment to help students meet their fitness goals.

Clubs and Organizations at Stevenson

Academic and Pre-Professional Clubs

’47 House |
In order to prepare students for the work force, ’47 House aims to give members hands-on experience in the fields of marketing, advertising, and public relations.

Accounting Association |
The Accounting Association provides accounting students with the opportunity to interact with fellow accounting students and professional accountants. This club provides advice to students seeking employment and helps integrate university coursework and on-the-job experience. Each semester members are encouraged to participate in professional, community service, fundraising, and recreational activities.

AIGA, Professional Association for Design |
AIGA is a national professional association for designers. The Stevenson University AIGA Student Group, associated with the AIGA Baltimore Chapter, provides opportunities for serious art and design students to meet other students in the major, network with design professionals, and learn more about design technologies through club-sponsored workshops. Major activities include fundraising for students who cannot afford to buy art supplies for school and attending AIGA professional events around Baltimore.

Alpha Phi Sigma |
The Alpha Phi Sigma is a criminal justice honor society that provides students with the opportunities to experience an international network of criminal justice employees and students. This organization is a certified member of The Association of College Honor Societies and affiliated with The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

American Chemical Society (ACS) |
The American Chemical Society helps its members network, explore chemistry career options, and learn about science by participating in local and national American Chemical Society events. The society organizes chapter events, including research seminars, social events, community service, and more.

Association of Black Psychologists
The Association of Black Psychologists aims to liberate the African mind, empower the African character, and enlighten the African spirit. The mission of ABPsi is to promote and advance of the profession of Black Psychology and develop programs in which psychologists of African descent can 1) Influence and affect social change, 2) assist in solving problems in Black communities and other ethnic groups. As a student chapter at Stevenson, ABPsi student circle intends to 3) promote, advance, and discuss the profession of African/Black psychology, 4) educate the importance of cultural competency within the mental health/psychology field to the Stevenson community, 5) promote and discuss an approach to psychology that is consistent with the experience of Black people, and to 6) develop support systems for Black psychologists, students of psychology, and other related fields.

Criminal Justice Student Association (CJSA) |
The Criminal Justice Student Association is an organization formed for students planning to work with the law, corrections, or courts. The group hosts events, study time, public speakers, and small group discussions centered on criminal justice as a major and as a career.

Fashion Apparel & Design (FAD) |
The Fashion Club is a student organization that provides Stevenson University students with opportunities to be involved in fashion-driven and fashion-related activities. The club appeals to students at Stevenson University studying in various areas such as fashion merchandising, fashion design, business, business communication, photography, and art. The activities in the Fashion Club will expand students’ knowledge by helping students understand the fashion retail business through activities, workshops, field trips, charities and events.

Financial Management Association (FMA) |
The FMA will promote the knowledge of finance – including financial literacy—and elevate the understanding of the relationship between finance and business among peers as well as provide members with professional development resources and opportunities related to finance. FMA will also enhance the quality and relevance of education in finance and provide opportunities for professional interaction.

Forensic Science Club |
The Forensic Science Club strives to provide unity within the forensic science program at Stevenson by giving both graduate and undergraduate students in the program, as well as the faculty members, a chance to interact and participate in various campus events as a group. The club also fundraises to host networking sessions with various external forensic science organizations.

Human Services Club |
The Human Services Club parallels strongly with the major. It sponsors charitable, educational, and social activities. Students conduct service projects that benefit needy families, such as donating Christmas gifts to needy children through the Giving Tree Project. The club members will also be able to hear from speakers, such as admissions officers from graduate programs in counseling and social work, and representatives from non-profit organizations like Catholic Charities. Social gatherings have included parties as well as recreational field trips.

Legal Society |
The Legal Society club goals are to provide and encourage an environment that accommodates: learning, using, and applying the law in our country. We achieve this through various activities like Law and Constitutional day, trips to the center of government wither state or federal, provide comprehensive mentoring and advise with classes, and facilitate networking between professionals and students through speaker serious and various activities conducted throughout the year.

National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) |
The Stevenson University chapter of the NSNA is a professional club that focuses on issues of interest to students preparing to join the nursing profession. As members of this national organization, students have the opportunity to network with nursing professionals, meet and plan activities with students from area chapters in Maryland, and enjoy the support and camaraderie of other students in the nursing field. NSNA members are involved in education and service activities locally. Activities include co-sponsorship of a day-long professional conference, social events, and a blood drive. The NSNA is also involved in a variety of fundraising projects to support the many activities they participate in during the year.

National Broadcasting Society/Film Moving Image Club (NBS/FMI) is a student-run organization that aims to promote the National Broadcasting Society and the Film and Moving Image program, while exercising creative filmmaking talents.

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) |
A national business society that serves as the collegiate level of Future Business Leaders of America, Phi Beta Lambda strives to instill the values and ethics required for responsible business practice.

Pre-Health Student Union |
The goal of the Pre-health Student Union (PHSU) is to provide fellowship and support for those who want to pursue careers in a variety of healthcare professions. The organization strives to build a pre-health student community dedicated to providing resources and information to future health professionals. PHSU will provide workshops, guest speakers, and volunteer opportunities to assist students preparing to apply to health professions programs.

Psychology Club |
The Psychology Club gathers to discuss issues related to the field of psychology, such as applying to graduate school, research possibilities, and careers in psychology. The club co-sponsors health awareness events, coordinates volunteer activities in the community, and hosts social activities to increase camaraderie.

Teachers of Tomorrow (TOT) |
The purpose of Teachers of Tomorrow is to promote the inherent rights, education, and well-being of all children, in home, school, and community; to work for desirable conditions, programs, and practices for children from infancy through early adolescence; to raise the standard of preparation for all those actively involved with the care and development of children; and to encourage continuous professional growth of educators. Membership in the Stevenson branch is open to any person affiliated with Stevenson University whose interests are in harmony with the purposes of TOT.

Cultural Clubs

African Student Union (ASU) |
African Student Union is a club that aims to create a community and atmosphere for the members to build, learn more about, and share African culture. Open to all Stevenson University students, ASU is a great place to build friendships, speak freely, and make history.

Asian Culture Club |
The Asian Culture Club represents students who express interest in Asian cultures as well as those who have Asian origins. Social and educational values will be applied to meetings as well as celebrating cultural events hosted by the club.

Black Student Union (BSU) |
The Black Student Union promotes racial and ethnic understanding on campus and fosters cultural awareness among the University community through informal discussions, panel presentations, guest speakers, and community service projects. The BSU also hosts one of the most popular traditions on campus, the BSU Fashion Show, every spring. The club is open to all students.

Organization for Latin American Students (OLAS) |
OLAS was created to serve as a support group for Latin American students where they can embrace and celebrate their culture. The mission of the group is also to educate and inform the Stevenson community about the Latin American culture through educational and social programs as well as to make contributions to the greater Latin American community throughout the Baltimore area through partnerships with organizations.

The Q Group |
The purpose of the Q Group is to promote acceptance and support for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, ally, and other students on the campus. The group plans to educate students about the GLBTQA community and encourage a sex-positive environment on the SU campus. The group offers events and activities embracing the GLBTQA students on campus.

Event Programming Clubs

Commuter Student Association (CSA) |
The Commuter Student Association represents the interests and needs of the commuting students attending Stevenson University. Through programming events and activities, representing commuters and in their dealings with the University, it is the hope of CSA to help the commuting student become an integral part of the campus community.

Mustang Activities and Programming Board (MAP) |
MAP is a programming board that is responsible for bringing free entertainment to campus, including musicians, comedians, speakers, and novelties. This group works with outside entertainment agents to book touring acts for Stevenson’s campuses, including a monthly movie series. All students are welcome to join MAP.

Environmental Clubs

Environmental Club |
The Environmental Club promotes waste reduction and awareness of environmental issues at Stevenson and beyond. All students are invited to become members. Students in science-related programs are especially encouraged to participate.

Faith-Based Clubs

Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) |
CRU is a non-denominational Christian fellowship group. The ministries in which students participate include weekly meetings with music, Bible study, and fellowship. The club also sponsors outreach and service projects.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes |
Fellowship of Christian Athletes is here to leave their footprint at Stevenson University, and create an open space for student athletes to share. To create a lasting impression, and develop athletes through fellowship.

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternity & Sorority Life Executive Council

The Fraternity & Sorority Life Executive Council serves as the governing body for the Fraternity & Sorority Life Community at Stevenson University. Elected officers within this council will report to the Office of Student Activities to meet the needs of students involved in fraternities and sororities at Stevenson University. These positions will be elected each spring during the April general body meeting with the FSL community. The FSL Executive Council meets bi-weekly to address concerns of the FSL community, execute policies, and plan events throughout the various committees. The FSL Executive Council will host a general body meeting with the FSL community once each month to serve as a platform for all members.

National Panhellenic Conference

The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), founded in 1902, is an umbrella organization for 26 (inter)national women’s sororities. Each member group is autonomous as a social, Greek-letter society of college women and alumnae. Members are represented on over 650 college and university campuses in the United States and Canada and in over 4,600 alumnae associations, making up over 4 million sorority women. The National Panhellenic Conference provides support and guidance for its 26-member international sororities/women’s fraternities and serves as the national voice on contemporary issues of sorority life.

Phi Mu Sorority | Website
Phi Mu Fraternity, founded in 1852, is the second oldest sorority in the nation. Established in 2020, the Phi Pi chapter at Stevenson University contributes to Phi Mu’s growing membership and benefits from the supportive environment cultivated to foster a lifetime of development. We are committed to excellence, serving others, and lifelong friendship. Our sisterhood is centered around encouraging each other to achieve and be our personal best. If you are interested in learning more about our sisterhood and how Phi Mu can help you be your best self, check out our website here:

Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority | | Instagram @phisig_stevenson
Phi Sigma Sigma is the first non-sectarian, international sorority founded in 1913 and in 1992, the Zeta Chi chapter of Stevenson University was installed. Our vision is to create a dynamic sisterhood of powerful women fostering uncompromising principles, igniting positive change, and embracing individuality. We inspire our sisters to live by our motto, “Aim High,” during and after their collegiate years. Our mission to members of this organization is to inspire the personal development of each sister and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood throughout their lives. Interested in joining Phi Sig? Check out our website for a glimpse into our sisterhood and our philanthropic ideals that we strive to live by every day! 

The Inter-fraternity Council (IFC)

Phi Mu Delta Fraternity | Website
Founded nationally in 1918 as the first national fraternity to accept men regardless of their race or religious affiliation, Phi Mu Delta provides a positive fraternity experience for today’s college man, encouraging high personal standards and to help its members live the ideals of our Founders: democracy, brotherhood and service.  We seek  to redefine fraternity by cultivating and curating a culture of lifelong civic engagement and fellowship.

The National Pan-Hellenic Council

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is a collaborative organization of nine historically African American, international Greek lettered fraternities and sororities. The nine NPHC organizations are sometimes collectively referred to as the “Divine Nine”. The NPHC was formed as a permanent organization on May 10, 1930 on the campus of Howard University, in Washington, D.C. The NPHC was incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois in 1937. The council promotes interaction through forums, meetings and other mediums for the exchange of information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions. Each constituent member organization determines its own strategic direction and program agenda. Today, the primary purpose and focus of member organizations remains camaraderie and academic excellence for its members and service to the communities they serve. Each promotes community awareness and action through educational, economic, and cultural service activities.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA) | | Website
AKA is an international service organization that was founded on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908. It is the oldest Greek-lettered organization established by African-American, college-educated women.  Stevenson University’s undergraduate chapter of AKA, Tau Theta, was chartered on April 3, 2011. Its members are distinguished young women who boast excellent academic records, proven leadership skills, and are involved in the community through advocacy and service.

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. | | Website
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., an international organization of college and professional men, was founded on January 9th, 1914 at Howard University on the principles, Brotherhood, Scholarship and Service. These principles are exhibited by the fraternity motto, “Culture for Service and Service for Humanity.” The Stevenson University chapter will begin the chartering phase fall 2018.

Governance Clubs

Residence Hall Association (RHA) |
The mission of RHA is to provide and create a constructive and rewarding educational/social environment for the residents. RHA will thrive to accomplish this purpose by coordinating, supporting, and initiating individual hall councils and collective efforts in the area of instilling integrity, achieving excellence, fostering learning, and promoting a sense of community.

Student Government Association (SGA) | | Website
The mission of the Student Government Association, or SGA, is to improve the quality of student’s academic, professional, social, and personal development while at Stevenson University; to serve as the democratic voice on campus and as a liaison between the student body and the faculty, staff, and administration; to advocate the incorporation of student views and opinions in the formulation of policies and procedures governing Stevenson University; and to provide a forum for the exchange and development of ideas in various areas of student concerns.

Health and Wellness Clubs

Active Minds |
Active Minds is an organization that utilizes peer outreach to increase awareness of mental illnesses to all members of the Stevenson community. The organization sponsors educational and service events that provide a helping hand and a safe environment and are open to all participants. The organization also encourages students to seek help as soon as it is needed and to meet with counselors in the Wellness Center at Stevenson University.

Leadership Clubs

Male Initiative of Leadership and Excellence (M.I.L.E.) |
Male Initiative of Leadership and Excellence, (M.I.L.E.) is a career-oriented organization that seeks to promote the positive male image on campus. Our mission is to prepare young males for life after college by focusing on career preparation, excellence in academics, building a strong brotherhood, and becoming more involved in the community.

R.E.A.C.H. Is a club for anyone who is passionate, genuine, and determined to make a difference in the world. The goals of R.E.A.C.H is to incorporate the five following core values. Restoration. Experience. Acceptance. Community, and Humility. R.E.A.C.H provides members with opportunities to be hands on with various organizations in the community. R.E.A.C.H seeks to do more than just engage, but to build intentional connections that will have a lasting impact on the lives of individuals and families.

Sigma Alpha Pi (SAP) |
The Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Alphi Pi, is dedicated to creating lasting positive changes in people’s lives. The Society is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. Membership in the Society offers life-changing lectures from the nation’s leading presenters and a community where like-minded success-oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed. The Society also serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world.

Women of Resilience, Tenacity and Humility (WORTH) |
WORTH will connect young ladies of different cultural backgrounds across campus to inspire one another through mental, physical, and emotional support by engaging in meetings, activities and events and unlocking their leadership potential. We focus on building a sisterhood and creating a sociable environment for all women.

Service Clubs

Food Recovery Network |
Food Recovery Network (FRN) is a student-led movement against food waste and hunger. FRN volunteers’ package left over foods from campus marketplaces and transport them to hunger fighting facilities around the Baltimore area.  All Stevenson University students are welcome to join. This is a great opportunity to receive service hours on campus and make a positive impact in the community.

Mission: I’m Home (MIH) |
Mission: I’m Home is an organization focused on rehabilitating damaged or destroyed houses enabling displaced families to return home. MIH organizes annual alternative spring break trips to New Orleans, Louisiana, where they partner with the St. Bernard Project and Habitat for Humanity in an effort to restore residential areas devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

Stevenson Enactus |
The Enactus Club at Stevenson University is a social entrepreneurship club created for all students. The Enactus Club provides the opportunity for students and business leaders to connect. The club also focuses on offering empowering and transforming opportunities where both students and business leaders unite through real, sustainable, business projects. 

Special Interest Clubs

Anime Club
We strive to bring together members of the Stevenson community by creating a space for those with an interest in anime.

Best Buddies |
Best Buddies strives to enhance the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment. Membership is open to all students.

Ethical Hackers Club
The creation of this club is based on the necessity for a cycbersecurity community on campus. This club provides a social outlet for those students who desire to become proficient in their field through practice, competition, and collaboration.

Mustang Mentors Club |
The Mustang Mentors Club aims towards encouraging the youth to pursue a higher education while being led in a positive direction by Stevenson University students. Within our Mentoring program, Stevenson University will be partnered with a local middle school. Through a consistent interaction between both communities, we will build positive relationships, display a collegiate experience, and have events to act as a support system and show the value of hard work.

Photography Club
Stevenson University’s photography club looks into the relationship between the eye, the camera, and the artistic creativity. The club provides an encouraging and sociable environment for all members with all different types of experience and enjoyment for photographic imagery. The club offers a manner to share ideas and knowledge with one another.

Ravens Flock
Our goal is to bring the Stevenson community together by spreading our love for football through an environment in which students learn more about the professional sports industry by utilizing our partnership with the Baltimore Ravens.

Relay for Life |
Relay for Life offers everyone an opportunity to participate in the fight against cancer. Teams of people camp out and take turns walking or running around a track, fundraising money for the lifesaving mission of the American Cancer Society. American Cancer Society Colleges Against Cancer is a nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by initiating and supporting programs of the American Cancer Society in college communities such as Relay for Life.

Stevenson University College Republicans |
The College Republicans club raises awareness about the political process in the United States. In addition, the club fosters meaningful dialogue throughout the campus regarding critical issues occurring in the nation.

Stevenson University Sovereign Stangs (Step Team) |
The purpose of this organization is to bring together students who have a common interest in the art of step. These students practice sets of step routine which they perform at university and community events. Group leaders work together to create step routines and collaborate with other group leaders on performances at their events.

Recreational Sports

Club Sports

Club Sports are competitive teams that play against other colleges and universities. The following sports are available:

  • Baseball
  • Men’s Basketball
  • Women’s Basketball
  • Cheerleading
  • Dance Team
  • Esports
  • Field Hockey
  • Men’s Ice Hockey
  • Men’s Lacrosse
  • Women’s Soccer
  • Softball
  • Women’s Volleyball

For more information, please contact Assistant Athletic Director Matthew Grimm or Assistant Director of Campus Recreation Laura Waginger.

Intramural Sports

Intramural sports are teams made up of Stevenson students, faculty, and staff that compete against one another on campus. The following sports are available:

  • Flag Football
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Indoor Volleyball
  • Indoor Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Floor Hockey
  • Outdoor Soccer
  • Softball

For more information, please contact Assistant Athletic Director Matthew Grimm or Assistant Director of Campus Recreation Laura Waginger.

Traditions at Stevenson

Homecoming Bonfire

The stack of wood pallets quickly catches fire, casting a warm glow on the students, faculty, and staff that come out to celebrate our Stevenson community. The celebration is coupled with hot chocolate and s’mores.

Club & Organization Involvement Fair

At the start of each semester, interested students are invited to learn how to get involved. Attendees can ask representatives from each official club and organization questions about their groups, sign up to attend their next meeting, and more!

Wet & Wild Field Day

No need to plan a trip to the nearest water park; Stevenson will bring it to you! On one hot Friday afternoon during the Fall semester, students flock to the apartment quad, which is loaded with water slides, squirt guns, and other activities.

NYC Trip

Hosted every December, this bus trip gives students the opportunity to explore and build their own schedule around town. Tickets are first come, first serve; seats are limited!

Food Truck Rally

Once a year, food truck vendors from around the area take over a parking lot and fire up their mobile kitchens. If you want it, they have it; previous vendors have provided unique cupcakes, brick-fire pizza, macaroni grilled cheeses, and more!

Rockland Blowout

During the Spring semester, MAP – the student-led programming board – picks a theme and hosts a major blowout celebration, bringing students together to honor the true purpose of Rockland on the anniversary of its’ opening.

Students in a production of the musical Cabaret

Arts Alive! at Stevenson

The Arts Alive! initiative invites all students to interact with the arts through musical performances, art exhibitions, theatre productions, and cultural events around campus. Sometimes, these events come to you – pop-up performances in the quad or coffeehouse are crowd favorites within the Stevenson community.

Contact Student Activities

Community – Learning – Impact – Integrity – Fun

Mailing Address

Stevenson University
100 Campus Circle
Owings Mills, MD 21117