Whether you’re looking to sing, dance, join an honor society, or help others we’ve got a club that’s right for you. If you don’t see something that excites you, connect with our student engagement staff and they’ll help you start your own club.
The ACS Chemistry Club provides opportunities for students to express their appreciation for chemistry through educational and social activities within the Eastern community.
The American Marketing Association encourages innovative students who are interested in marketing to learn, network, and serve as a community.
The Eastern Engineering Society is an organization that collaborates with Villanova University to help engineering students and provide study groups, resume building, cover letters, and professional communication workshops.
The EUPS hosts lectures with faculty and students that engage in a diverse range of philosophical discussions.
The Kinesiology Club aims to advance the study of human movement (biokinetics) and provides preparation for careers in fitness and allied health professions.
EUHMC is a club that provides assistance and support to pre-health students (including Pre-Med, Pre-Vet, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-PA, Nursing, etc.).
The ISI Montaigne Society is a literary society focused on discussion and debate of events and ideas that shape Western culture.
EU’s chapter of SNAP supports nursing students in their professional development and socialization as a nurse.
The SSWA supports students in the social work profession, and host events to raise awareness of needs in the local community.
Black Student Union exists to promote and educate the EU community about African American and black culture through events, services, lectures, and activities.
The African-Caribbean Union of Eastern University works to promote and spread of awareness of the African and Caribbean culture and everything it has to offer through cuisine, music, art, and history.
Bridges seeks to serve international students of all cultures through service, social opportunities, spiritual resources, and student leadership.
MAAC is a diverse group of students who plan events and activities for the EU community designed to increase cultural competence and multicultural awareness.
Faith and Spirituality
CRU is focused on building movements of people who are transformed by Christ. CRU has Bible studies that meet once a week to help students develop their faith.
Nurses Christian Fellowship (NCF) is a focused ministry of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship that reaches nurses and nursing students for Christ. It encourages the incorporation of the Christian faith to nursing practice.
OCF provides rides to Paraklesis, Vespers, Matins and Liturgy each week and also hosts Akathists and Complines in Walton chapel each Monday and Wednesday. Other activities include trips to churches and monasteries, game nights, movie nights, and talks with guest speakers. We are closely involved with the church community at St. Philip’s in Souderton.
One Generation provides a worship experience through nontraditional means of worship including The Gospel Revival, Woman's Panel, and Christ Talks.
Student chaplains, via the Office of Faith and Practice, lead weekly Bible studies, provide fellowship, and are available to serve and support students.
The Unceasing Prayer Ministry strives to help facilitate a prayerful and thoughtful community open to learning different forms of prayer, interceding for others, and making time for quiet reflection.
Wednesday Night Worship provides a holistic worship experience through student-led music and prayer each week.
Student Body Advocates
SAB plans, organizes, and facilitates numerous events both on and off campus for EU students throughout the entire year.
SGA gives students the chance to be more involved in policy making, procedural structure, and decision making. Members of SGA give a voice to student concerns on campus.
International Honor Society of Sociology
International Honor Society in Business
International Honor Society in Education
National Honor Society in Psychology
National Honor Society for Religion and Theology
Media and Publications
Published annually, Inklings solicits submissions of creative writing, art, and photography. Students make up the editorial board to develop skills as critics, and work on publishing design and layout.
The Waltonian is Eastern University's student-run newspaper. This student organization aims to keep students, faculty, alumni, and any other readers up-to-date with campus and local news.
Arts and Performance
The Art Club strives to establish an inclusive community focused on artistic and creative expression through the use of murals.
The Eastern Dance Club brings together students who love to dance and build community. It provides technique classes in the various dance genres (i.e. ballet, tap, jazz, modern, hip-hop, etc.).
Eastern Dance Ministry is a club that meets once a week for Bible study and to choreograph dances which will be used to minister to the campus community during Chapel service throughout the semester.
The ETHELS club is a group devoted to teaching, practicing, and performing the art of swing dancing.
Music Guild promotes awareness of on-campus music events and encourages students to attend events led by the music department and performing arts division.
Precious Movements is a group dedicated to worship through Spirit-led movement of their bodies through mime and praise dancing.
Service and Justice
Earthkeepers is a club that aims to promote Creation Care and environmental sustainability. Earthkeepers fight for conservationist efforts in their community.
The EU Habitat Club works in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County to raise awareness while providing volunteer opportunities on Saturdays at various work sites.
IJM exists to fight against oppression and injustice in the following ways: raising awareness, advocating, praying, and making efforts towards eradicating forced labor, sex slavery, and prostitution both locally and abroad.
Prison Ministry discusses justice-related issues and leads a program at the Lancaster County Youth Intervention Center. They aim to educate the Eastern community in a way that promotes radical love of those involved in the justice system.
The members of the YACHT club travel into Philadelphia on Thursday nights and Saturday mornings to distribute food, build relationships, and share the gospel with those experiencing homelessness.
Model UN engages current and past global political topics in debate and discussion from all perspectives. Through our meetings, we prepare to compete in national and international conferences.
The members of Refuge exists to provide a Christ-centered, supportive, and educational setting for Eastern University students who identify within the LGBTQ+ community, are allies to the LGBTQ+ community, or want to learn more about LGBTQ+ issues.
Sports and Recreation
Fellowship of Christian Athletes is focused on bringing Eastern’s athletes together to worship Christ primarily through team Bible studies, small groups, and one-on-one discipleship.
SAAC advocates for student-athletes at Eastern and also represents the interests of Eastern Athletes to the Middle Atlantic Conference and to the NCAA. Members of SAAC are interested in giving athletes a voice on campus and in college athletics.
Super Smash Bros. Club holds weekly tournaments for students to play Super Smash Bros. All skill levels are welcome to join.
The Ultimate Frisbee Club, called The Eastern Exiles, is an Ultimate Frisbee Team that practices on campus, travels to tournaments at other schools, plays disc golf, and hosts other group events.