Clubs and Organizations

Professional Student Organizations (PSO)

Student groups whose membership and activities center
predominantly around a particular academic course of
study or professional interest.

Canyon Counselors Club
Collegiate DECA 
Delta Mu Delta Honors Society
East Valley Student Nurses Association
Educators Rising of Grand Canyon University
Future Politicians of America (FPA)
GCU IMASC (Institute of Management Accountants Student Chapter)
GCU SNATS (Student National Association of Teachers of Singing Chapter)
Honors Institute Organization
Lambda Pi Eta (Communication Honor Society)
Lopes Justice Society
Mock Trial Club
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Pi-Oneers Math Club
Psi Chi Honor Society
Psychology Club
Scottsdale Student Nurses Association
SDEO (Student Dance Education Organization)
Sports Medicine Club
Student Nurses' Association (SNA)
Student Veterans Association
Student Wellness and Health Association
Theatre Educators of GCU

University Organizations

University Ministry Organizations (UMO)

Student groups that provide ministry opportunities for Grand Canyon University students to enhance the spiritual life of the campus and surrounding community. This type of club goes through an additional approval process with Spiritual Life.


Student Affairs Clubs

University Social Organizations (USO)

Student groups whose membership and activities do not center around a particular academic or collegiate course of study or curriculum, but rather around an out-of-classroom interest. (Snowboarding Club, Rock Climbing Club, etc.)

Alpha Psi Omega
Circle K International Club
Club Sports
Digital Design Club
Digital Film Production Club
Friends of the Pen: GCU Chapter
GCU Best Buddies
GCU Scuba Lopes
History Club
International Club
Latino Student Union
Lopes Chess Club
Lopes E-Sports
Speech and Debate Team
Spikeball Club
United States Institute of Theatre Technology (USITT)

University Ministry Organizations

*Clubs and organizations that desire to operate under GCU Clubs 501c3 must demonstrate that their activities will be in accordance with the GCU narrative that states a clubs purpose is to foster development, enhance student education, leadership development skills and academic achievements.

Current Club Forms

Check Request Form

Club Continuation Form

Club Event Request Form

Club Financial FAQs

Club Orientation 2014-15

Deposit Form

Fundraiser Proposal

PaypalHere Card Reader Request

Reimbursement Anticipation Request

Student Activity Waiver

Student Organization Application Packet

Transportation Request Form


Interested in Starting a Club?

Visit the Office of Student Engagement in Prescott Hall or email for more information.