Student Group Details

Academic & Professional


American Music Therapy Association of Students

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2011-2012
Mission: The American Music Therapy Association of Students (AMTAS) promotes, encourages, and enhances the development of its members by creating, encouraging, and providing support lines between itself and the music therapy profession.
Website: www.augsburgmusictherapy.org
Advisor: Roberta Kagin
Music
612-330-1273

Augsburg Art Club

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2004-2005
Mission: Augsburg Art Club provides a forum for students interested in a wide range of visual arts (e.g., studio art, art history, architecture, etc.) to investigate, experience, produce, and exhibit art.
Advisor: Susan Boecher
Art
612-330-1282

American Music Therapy Association of Students

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2011-2012
Mission: The American Music Therapy Association of Students (AMTAS) promotes, encourages, and enhances the development of its members by creating, encouraging, and providing support lines between itself and the music therapy profession.
Website: www.augsburgmusictherapy.org
Advisor: Roberta Kagin
Music
612-330-1273

Association of Computing Machinery at Augsburg College

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) at Augsburg College supports, celebrates, and advocates for the full engagement of students and faculties in all aspects of the computing field.
Advisor: Noel Petit
Computer Science
612-330-1061

Augsburg Business Organization

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: 2001-2002
Mission: Augsburg Business Organization (ABO) promotes the study of business at Augsburg College, as well as brings students together who have an interest in discussing and advocating for business.
Advisors: Marc Issacson
Business Administration
612-330-1194
Stu Stoller
Business Administration
612-330-1772

Augsburg Chemistry Society

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2004-2005
Mission: The Augsburg Chemistry Society brings together chemistry majors, minors, and students with chemistry interests at Augsburg College, as well as rallies support for the Augsburg chemistry program.
Advisors: Vivian Feng
Chemistry
612-330-1374
Michael Wentzel
Chemistry
612-330-1129

Augsburg College Women in Computing

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Augsburg College Women In Computing aims to support, celebrate, and advocate for the full engagement of women and minorities in all aspects of the computing field.
Advisor: Shana Watters
Computer Science
612-330-1142

Augsburg Exercise Science Club

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2012-2013
Mission: The Augsburg Exercise Science Club (AESC) encourages a lifestyle of exercise for those in the Augsburg community.  AESC aspires to embolden the Augsburg community with aspects of health, exercise science, and fitness for the purpose of facilitating participation and promoting a healthy active lifestyle with the intention to inspire activity.
Advisor: Anthony Clapp
Health/Physical Education
612-330-1618

Augsburg Future Educators of the World

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2012-2013
Mission: Augsburg Future Educators of the World aims to to create a more cohesive campus within and for all Education majors (undergraduate, WEC, and graduate) and to help future educators navigate their current courses and their future career.
Advisor: Audrey Lindsmire
Education
612-330-1397

Goliard Society of Medievalists

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2005-2006
Mission: The Goliards work to create, promote, and facilitate public events for the study and appreciation of the Middle Ages.
Advisor: Phillip Adamo
History / Medieval Studies
612-330-1199

Murphy Square

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: Murphy Square is the official literary and visual arts publication at Augsburg College, taking submissions and publishing the works of students and faculty.
Contact: murphysquare@augsburg.edu
Website: web.augsburg.edu/murphysquare
Advisor: Cary Waterman
English
612-330-1504

Omicron Delta Social Work Honors Society

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2008-2009
Mission: Omicron Delta promotes scholastic achievement among students and faculty involved in the undergraduate or graduate social work program at Augsburg College, as well as stimulates interest among students for a career in social work.
Advisor: Christina Erickson
Social Work
612-330-1704

Psychology Club

Status: Student Club
Mission: The Psychology Club aims to create a community of psychology students at Augsburg that work to increase students’ awareness of graduate school opportunities in psychology fields and current work of practitioners in the fields of psychology.
Advisor:
Bridget Robinson-Riegler
Psychology
612-330-1498

Society of Physics Students

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: 2003-2004
Mission: SPS advances and diffuses knowledge of the science of physics and encourages student interest in physics throughout the academic and local communities.
Advisor: Benjamin Stottrup
Physics
612-330-1035
Stu Anderson
Physics
612-330-1012

Tri-Beta Biological Honors Society

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: 2006-2007
Mission: Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society is an honor and professional society for students of the biological sciences.
Advisors: David Crowe
Biology
612-330-1794
Heather Hultquist
Biology
612-330-1077

Unbounded

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2004-2005
Mission: Unbounded brings mathematics majors, minors, and those interested in math together for social opportunities.
Advisor: Richard Flint
Mathematics
612-330-1710

Women in Film

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Women in Film aims to enrich the community of Augsburg with knowledge and support of women in the film industry.
Advisor: Jenny Hanson
Film
612-330-1714

Women in Physics

Status: Student Club
Mission: Women in Physics promotes youth, with a focus on young girls, into science majors and careers, focusing on outreach and opportunities for science and science programs in local communities.
Contact: cao@augsburg.edu

Advocacy & Awareness


Augsburg Against Gender Violence

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Augsburg Against Gender Violence educates the Augsburg Community about gender violence, creates awareness around surrounding resources, and promotes a safer, more inclusive environment.
Advisor: Adriane Brown
Women’s Studies
612-330-1528

Augsburg Asian Student Association

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: 2004-2005
Mission: Augsburg Asian Student Association (AASA) strives to strengthen Asian awareness, to educate the Augsburg community about Asian American issues, and to support the voices and perspectives of Asian students at Augsburg College.
Contact: aasa@augsburg.edu
Website: www.augsburg.edu/panasian/augsburg-asian-student-association
Advisor: Jennifer Simon
Multicultural Student Services
612-330-1144

Augsburg Indigenous Student Association

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: 2007-2008
Mission: Augsburg Indigenous Student Association (AISA) provides events that support the awareness of American Indian cultures and serves as a support network for students interested in Indigenous peoples and culture.
Contact: aisa@augsburg.edu
Advisor: Jennifer Simon
Multicultural Student Services
612-330-1144

Augsburg Latin American Students

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: 2008-2009
Mission: Augsburg Latin American Students (ALAS) promotes, communicates, educates, and engages the broader Augsburg College and surrounding communities in learning about the Latin@ culture andencourages awareness and respect for students of Latin@ ancestry.
Advisor: Dulce Monterrubio
Multicultural Student Services
612-330-1309

Coalition for Global Activism and Change

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Coalition for Global Activism and Change is dedicated to fostering a community of informed citizens by raising awareness of issues of peace and security, violations of human rights, and current international issues. This group aims to inspire students to have an intrinsic motivation to actively engage in their communities with an educated global mindsetp and works as channel for the Augsburg community to take action on a global scale.
Advisor: Joe Underhill
612-330-1312
Political Science

EnviroPeace

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: EnviroPeace advocates on behalf of the environment and promotes activities deemed peaceful by Augsburg College.
Advisor: Mary Laurel True
Sabo Center for Citizenship and Learning
612-330-1775

Feminist Collective

Status: Student Club
Mission: The Feminist Collective works to provide a safe and respectful space for the discussion of feminist, gender, and LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) issues, as well as engage students in feminist activism on campus.
Contact: cao@augsburg.edu

International Student Organization

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: The International Student Organization (ISO) strives to plan educational, cultural and social events that will bring together international and American students to promote tolerance and intercultural understanding between them, as well as contribute to the successful intercultural adjustment and academic achievement of international students.
Contact: iso@augsburg.edu
Advisors: James Trelstad-Porter
International Student and Support Services
612-330-1686
Jie He
International Student and Support Services
612-330-1659

MPIRG

Status: Other
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: MPIRG engages Augsburg College students in social justice and political advocacy.
Contact: mpirg@augsburg.edu
Advisor: Garry Hesser
Sociology / Sabo Center for Citizenship and Learning
612-330-1664

Pan-Afrikan Student Union

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: The Pan-Afrikan Student Union (PASU) builds and maintains mutually beneficial relationships with students of Afrikan descent.
Contact: pasu@augsburg.edu
Website: www.augsburg.edu/pan-afrikan/pasu.html
Advisor: Mohamed Sallam
Multicultural Student Services
612-330-1022

Queer and Straight in Unity

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: Queer and Straight in Unity (QSU) provides support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA) community at Augsburg along with those other members who are allies. It also raises awareness about LGBTQIA issues and concerns to the entire Augsburg campus community.
Contact: qsu@augsburg.edu
Website: www.augsburg.edu/lgbtqia/
Advisors: Michael Grewe
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex and Asexual Services
612-330-1499
Terrence Lewis
Social Work
612-330-1440

Save the Kids

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Save the Kids (STK) is a chapter of the national organization of the same name, which is a grass-roots fully-volunteer organization that is grounded in the values of Hip Hop activism and transformative justice, which advocates for alternatives to, and the end of, incarceration of all youth.
Advisors: Susan O’Connor
Education
612-330-1494
Donna Patterson
Education
612-330-1567

Sisters for Success

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Sisters for Success empowers young women of different cultural backgrounds to become successful in college and to advocate for peace and justice.
Advisor: Adriane Brown
Women’s Studies
612-330-1528

Students for Racial Justice

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2010-2011
Mission: Students for Racial Justice (SRJ) aims to educate, to raise awareness about, and to take action against racism within our community at Augsburg College.
Contact: srj.augsburg@gmail.com
Advisor: Joanne K. Reeck
Campus Activities and Orientation
612-330-1111

Athletics & Club Sports


Augsburg Cheer Team

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: The Augsburg Cheer Team encourages crowd support at Augsburg Athletic events, primarily in the sports of football and men’s and women’s basketball.
Advisor: Samantha Hofer
Athletics

Augsburg College Dance Team

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Augsburg College Dance Team represents the college at dance competitions, exhibitions, and sporting events, promotes and upholds school spirit, and develops a sense of good sportsmanship among the students and alumni.
Advisor: Molly Dorsey Tack
Athletics

Augsburg College Men’s Lacrosse

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2008-2009
Mission: Augsburg College Men’s Lacrosse showcases the talents of Augsburg students both on and off the lacrosse field, and aims to teach, inspire, learn, and carry each other to a higher level of success in life as well as lacrosse.
Advisor: Lynn Ellingson
StepUP
612-330-1405

Augsburg Fever Ultimate

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2006-2007
Mission: Augsburg Fever Ultimate teaches students how to play Ultimate competitively, as well as spreads knowledge about the game across campus.
Advisor: Brian Noy
Sabo Center for Citizenship and Learning
612-330-1624

Campus Media


Echo

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: The Echo is the official student newspaper of Augsburg College.
Contact: echo@augsburg.edu
612-330-1102
Website: augsburgecho.wordpress.com
Advisor: Boyd Koehler
Library
612-330-1018

KAUG

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: KAUG is the official radio station of Augsburg College.
Contact: kaug@augsburg.edu
612-330-1595
Website: inside.augsburg.edu/kaug
Advisor: Michael Grewe
Campus Activities and Orientation
612-330-1499

Greek Life


Sigma Delta Psi Fraternity

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Sigma Delta Psi Fraternity strives to build better men through lifelong friendships, leadership opportunities, and character development. In adversis enim dignitas proveniat (In adversity, greatness arises).
Advisor: John Cerrito
Business-MIS
612-330-1768

Religious & Spiritual


Augsburg Atheists and Secular Humanists

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2011-2012
Mission: Augsburg Atheists and Secular Humanists informs, educates and promotes dialogue regarding Atheism and Secular Humanism throughout the Augsburg community.
Contact: augsburg.atheists@gmail.com
Website: www.facebook.com/augsburgaash
Advisor: Lori Brandt Hale
Religion
612-330-1724

Campus Ministry

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: Campus Ministry creates an environment in which all students feel welcomed to explore the message of Jesus Christ so that they can discover and fulfill their vocation as members of Christ’s body. It also seeks to foster dialogue between students and neighbors about faith, religion, and values. Campus Ministry welcomes all people of all faiths and religious backgrounds into study, worship, service, and fellowship.
Contact: campmin@augsburg.edu
612-330-1732
Website: www.augsburg.edu/campusministry
Advisors: Pastor Sonja Hagander
Campus Ministry
612-330-1735
Pastor Justin Lind-Ayers
Campus Ministry
612-330-1732

Jesus Freaks

Status: Student Club
Mission: Jesus Freaks aims to serve God by studying His word together. We will always encourage one another.
Contact: cao@augsburg.edu

Muslim Student Association

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2009-2010
Mission: The Muslim Student Association strives to promote unity among Muslim students and to raise awareness within the Augsburg community about the culture, history, and language of the Muslim community surrounding campus.
Advisor: Mohamed Sallam
Multicultural Student Services
612-330-1022

Students for Interfaith Action

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Students for Interfaith Action (SIA) aims to make Augsburg safe for religious differences by increasing respect and mutual understanding among people of different faith, ethnic, and cultural traditions and by fostering cooperation among religious communities.
Contact: ccv@augsburg.edu
612-330-1732
Website: www.augsburg.edu/ccr/current-interfaith-scholars
Advisors: Pastor Sonja Hagander
Campus Ministry
612-330-1735
Matthew Maruggi
Religion
612-330-1317

TruVoice Spoken Word Ministry

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2012-2013
Mission: TruVoice attempts to speak the infallible truth to all who will hear in anticipation that it will bring light to all generations and that it will allow them to find and gain the freedom that Jesus Christ has offered to all who believes in Him.
Advisor: Lori Brandt Hale
Religion
612-330-1724

Special Interest


Augsburg College Pep Band 612

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2010-2011
Mission: Augsburg College Pep Band 612 strives to encourage the involvement of students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members to support Augsburg athletics through music and school spirit.
Advisor: Robert Stacke
Music
612-330-1271

Augsburg Manga and Anime Club

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Augsburg Manga and Anime Club showcases anime/manga and its origin culture and aims to form a sense of community around a less known art form.
Advisor: Donald Gustafson
History
612-330-1192

Augsburg Knitting Association

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: The Augsburg Knitting Association educates the Augsburg community about various styles and techniques associated with knitting.
Advisor: Cindy Peterson
Scholastic Connections
612-330-1754

Augsburg Martial Arts Club

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2009-2010
Mission: The Augsburg Martial Arts Club aims to build true confidence in the mind, honesty in the heart, and strength in the body.
Contact: augsburgmac@facebook.com
Website: www.facebook.com/groups/augsburgmac
Advisor: Mohamed Sallam
Multicultural Student Services
612-330-1022

Augsburg Percussion Collective

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: The Augsburg Percussion Collective educates the campus about contemporary percussion practices and improves the awareness of this art.
Advisor: Matt Barber
Music
612-330-1265

Augsburg Student Activities Council

Status: Commissioned Student Organization
Chartered: Before 2000
Mission: The Augsburg Student Activities Council seeks to build community among Day students at Augsburg College through large-scale campus programming, including but not limited to Homecoming, the All-Nighter, and SpringFest.
Contact: asac@augsburg.edu
Website: inside.augsburg.edu/asac
Advisor: Michael Grewe
Campus Activities and Orientation
612-330-1499

BeatbAugs

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: BeatbAugs aims to instruct and inform about the art of beatboxing, as well as to entertain via live performances.
Advisor: K. Christian McGuire
Music
612-330-1265

Brotherhood of Successful Scholars

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2011-2012
Mission: The Brotherhood of Successful Scholars aims to transform young boys into strong hardworking men. This organization is pursuing membership with the Iota Phi Theta fraternity.
Contact: bossaugsburg@gmail.com
Advisor: Mohamed Sallam
Multicultural Student Services
612-330-1022

Game Club

Status: Student Club
Mission: Game Club brings together students to have fun and foster friendships with those who have a common interest in games.
Contact:
cao@augsburg.edu
Website:
www.augsburggameclubb.blogspot.com/

Gamers United

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2013-2014
Mission: Gamers United is a place for all gamers to find social involvement and enjoyment in one or every form of gaming.
Advisor: Erik Steinmetz
Computer Science
612-330-1062

I *Heart* Spandex

Status: Student Club
Mission: I *Heart* Spandex aims to spread the knowledge and love of volleyball and to fill the stands with supportive fans at Augsburg volleyball games.
Advisors:
Jane Becker
Athletics
612-330-1541
Jennifer Jacobs
Athletics

Mindfulness for Students Club

Status: Chartered Student Organization
Chartered: 2009-2010
Mission: The Mindfulness for Students Club provides an opportunity to learn mindfulness-based techniques for stress reduction and to provide a safe, supportive environment for students practicing mindfulness.
Advisor: Jon Vaughan-Fier
Center for Counseling and Health Promotion
612-330-1337

Student Government


Augsburg Day Student Government

Status: Student Government
Mission: Augsburg Day Student Government serves as the primary student voice and liaison between Day students and the administration, faculty, and staff of Augsburg College.
Contact: stugov@augsburg.edu
612-330-1110
Website: inside.augsburg.edu/stugov/
Advisors: Michael Grewe
Campus Activities and Orientation
612-330-1499
Joanne K. Reeck
Campus Activities and Orientation
612-330-1111

Adult Undergraduate Student Advisory Council

Status: Student Government
Mission: The Adult Undergraduate (AU) Student Advisory Council serves as the primary AU student voice and liaison between students and the administration, faculty, and staff of Augsburg College.
Contact: wecgov@augsburg.edu
612-330-1110
Advisors: Ann Garvey
Student Affairs
612-330-1168
Michael Grewe
Campus Activities and Orientation
612-330-1499