students at opening convocation
Students can make connections through
University-sponsored clubs and organizations.

Student Center
Student Center

Ariston 2010
2010 Ariston

The Wheel
The Wheel

Building CommunityClubs and organizations

On a campus where the mission pushes for students to lead and influence, you’ll have many opportunities to practice your leadership skills.

Governing Boards

Through governing boards and leadership organizations — like Student Senate, LEAD Team and the St. Kate's Student Activities Team (SKAT) — you'll learn to lead with wisdom, integrity and compassion — so you’ll be able to make a more powerful and positive impact throughout your life.

Chartered Clubs

With more than fifty clubs and organizations chartered at St. Catherine University, you’re sure to find a group that’s right for you — whether it is academic, spiritual, political, ideological, humanitarian or activist in nature.

If you don’t find a club you’re interested in, start a new one. The Student Center and Activities office can help you get started.


Ariston. Ariston means the "best of the best" in Greek. This annual publication of student art and literary work showcases poems, short stories and artwork selected by a jury of peers.
Take a look at last year's Ariston »

The Wheel. Develop your journalism skills by writing for The Wheel — the voice of students on campus — distributed to the St. Kate's community every other Friday during the school year.

Music and Theater

Want to flaunt your on-stage talent? The Arts at St. Kate's gives you a chance to display those skills through choir, chamber orchestra and theater productions.