Let’s do something, together.
Clubs + Events
Crown’s community comes together with a lot of different passions. From examining the deep meanings of films to diving into the connections between science and faith, there are plenty of ways to be involved. Clubs and events are great options for students to find their tight-knit community.
Come cheer on the Storm! Enjoy a game at Old National Bank Stadium, Wild Athletic Center, or one of our other sporting locations. Wear white and purple, and show your Storm pride. If you’re lucky, you may even get to hang out with Storm the Polar Bear!
First impressions count. That’s why we pack the first week before school starts with enthralling activities — all designed to help your student bond with other first-year students and prep them for the beginning of their college career. Crown’s Welcome Week is a truly memorable time that they won’t want to miss.
If you’re an alum, you’ll want to come home to your alma mater. However, there is plenty to do as a student. Enjoy the day’s events, including the cardboard Regatta, family activities, and (of course) the big game.
Join fellow students, faculty, and staff for one of the most anticipated nights of the year. This totally hilarious, lip-synced, choreographed, and fiercely competitive music madness is an annual highlight where the everyday student can become a Mock Rockstar.
Chillax and listen to Crown’s talented performers in the laid-back ambiance of the Sherburne Ave Coffee Shop. Whether it’s an original song, a spoken word, or an artist’s rendition, this a great time to grab a cup of Joe and a board game for a night of good vibes.
Hmong Student Fellowship
The Hmong Student Fellowship (HSF) focusing on deepening the Hmong community at Crown. HSF meets weekly and hosts several annual events to promote community, camaraderie, and fellowship among the Hmong students at Crown and the greater Hmong community.
Crown Film Coalition
The Crown Film Coalition (CFC) is Crown’s media and film club. This club’s goal includes promoting media literacy on campus through evaluating films from a biblical perspective, hosting film competitions and Faith in Film events, creating and critiquing movies, and learning how to represent Christ in the culture of today’s film industry. CFC is open to all students that have a sincere interest in film or media outlets.
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) represents all NCAA Division III student-athletes on a national level. The Crown segment is open to all current student-athletes. Their purpose is to represent and serve fellow Crown athletes on the national level (NCAA DIII), conference level (UMAC), institutional level (Crown College), and within the surrounding community. For more information, find SAAC on social media.
Diverse and Unified Souls of Christ
The Diverse and Unique Souls of Christ (DUSC) is a group that wants to help promote the unity of different groups of people. The purpose of DUSC is to break down walls and ease barriers of different cultural backgrounds, embracing the uniqueness of others and unifying the body of Christ.
Peer Advisory Council for TeacherEd
The Peer Advisory Council for TeacherEd (PACT) has a vision is to cultivate communication and foster leadership within the TeacherEd department at Crown. The club works to improve the education department through events that enrich the experience and community for TeacherEd students. PACT organizes socials, panels, and meetings intended to promote this purpose.
Student Nurses Christian Fellowship
The purpose of the Student Nurses Christian Fellowship is to be an organization of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord. We are growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purposes in the world. This group meets weekly for a Bible study.
Campus Ministries Discipleship Team
The Discipleship Team exists to provide transformative ministry for students of Crown College. This includes initiating Bible studies and small groups that foster spiritual growth in students, starting small and large group prayer efforts across campus, assisting with the mentoring program on campus, promoting ministries on campus with intentionality and creativity, recruiting and preparing students for a ministry of intercession, coordinating a prayer team for chapels and other events, and developing and executing strategies for improving spiritual care to students.
Campus Mobilization Team
The Campus Mobilization Team (CMT) is a group of students who work to promote global awareness and local outreach. Through a variety of chapels, events, and projects, CMT exists to help educate, inspire, and invite the student body to action at home and around the world. The Global and Local Outreach event in the spring is a significant event that actively involves students in what God is doing here, near, and far.
Your son can join other men who are seeking to love God with all their heart, soul, and mind. They’ll discover a deeper fellowship of brothers who struggle together, encouraging one another to righteousness and good deeds. They’ll grow deeper as a disciple of Christ, sharpening one another, just as iron sharpens iron.
Your daughter will meet weekly with other women who love one another and desire to support their sisters during this college season. They’ll learn more about biblical truths while discussing real-life issues that college women face. They’ll love, care, and support one another throughout the year.
Throughout the year, we have internal sports seasons for those who just love the game. Whether basketball, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, or any other activities, intramural sports is an excellent opportunity to grab some friends and form a team to compete.
Destination:Serve (DS) trips are an excellent chance for students to have a cross-cultural experience, expanding their mind and their heart while serving in another context overseas. Each fall, students apply to teams that travel throughout the world. During the spring and summer, the units are sent out to serve communities here, near, and far!
Learn more about upcoming trips >