Student Activities, Clubs and Organizations
|Alpha Beta Gamma|
|Audio Engineering Club|
|Beta Xi Omega|
|Black Male Initative|
|Campus Security Officer|
|Catholic Campus Ministry|
|Conservation Law Club|
|Earth Science and Ag Club|
|Emergency Service Association|
|Engineering Club - contact email@example.com|
|International Club - contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Japanese Culture Club|
|Kappa Delta Gamma|
|Lambda Alpha Epsilon|
|Pi Lambda Phi|
|Residence Hall Association RHA|
|Sigma Alpha Pi -National Society of Leadership|
|Social Work Club|
|Table Top Games|
|Triple S Club|
|Vincennes University Campus Gaming Club|
|VU Communication Club|
|VU Paralegal Association|
|VU Philosophy Club|
|VU Women's Golf Club|
|Young Americans for Liberty|
The Blazer Dance Club Team performs during men's basketball games. Tryouts and scholarship information is available by contacting the coach through the Student Activities Office at 812-888-4301.
ABT Club is an agriculture based club, but open to all majors. We are collegiate Farm Bureau members, and are eligible for the advantages and discounts that Farm Bureau offers. We are actively involved in the community and surrounding communities. Cookouts, bowling, fundraising, international trips, and agricultural tours are just some of the advantages to being a part of the ABT Club. For any student interested in more information or for joining the club, contact Mrs. Brocksmith.
Eta Sigma Iota: Homeland Security and Public Safety Organization The purpose of Eta Sigma Iota Homeland Security and Public Safety Organization is to empower homeland security and other public safety majors with the appropriate tools in order to maximize their career potential in a public safety service. For more information or to follow up check us out on Facebook!!
VU IT-Lead is responsible for hosting the VU-Hack events on campus. Members of the IT-Lead locate local non-profit organizations that have a need of a website, application, or other IT related problem and offer assistance. During the VU-Hack event, members work in small groups trying to find the best solution to the non-profits problem. At the end of the event, the solutions are reviewed by a board of judges, and the best solution is chosen.
Students who participate in the IT-Lead gain hands on experience in Computer Programming, Information Technology, Web Design, Game Development, as well as Collaboration with other IT Majors. Email Professor Jaci Lederman at email@example.com for more information