Student Senate Clubs & Organizations

Student Senate Clubs & Organizations

Student Senate is the organizational head and representative of the Crown College Student Body (CCSB). The Senate oversees student clubs and organizations and works to hear and represent student opinions. Each class has two elected representatives serving to represent the interests of their fellow students. The Executive Council of the Senate is comprised of five elected student officials: the president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and public relations officer.

Contact us

Visit our Senate office: E205

Connect on Facebook: Senate Facebook Group

Follow our Instagram: @crown_college_senate

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2016-17 Student Senate President and VP

Cassidy Valenzuela,
Student Body President
hannah-allebachHannah Allebach,
Student Body VP

“With this year’s Senate team, I’m looking forward to finding ways to raise the student body’s appreciation for Crown College. I want students to be proud of the school they chose to attend!” – Cassidy Valenzuela

Student Senate Clubs and Organizations

Senate funds a variety of clubs and organizations on campus, with opportunities for any student to join or start their own club at any point in the year. Below are just some of the many groups you’ll find on campus.

Hmong Student Fellowship

Hmong Student Fellowship (HSF) is a group focused on community among the Hmong student at Crown college. HSF meets weekly and hosts several annual events to promote community among the Hmong students at Crown. Visit the HSF Facebook page for more info.


Mu Kappa is an on-campus club open to all Missionary Kids (MKs), Third Culture Kids (TCKs), and international students, dedicated to building relationships through events and activities.  Our goal is to provide an environment where support can be found during cultural transitions and adaptations. We value the special bond between those who have international experiences, and we want to encourage and promote the sharing of these experiences within the Crown community.

Crown Men’s Volleyball

This club is a team of Men’s volleyball players who travel and play in tournaments. Open to all members of the Crown Community.

Socratic Society

The Crown Socratic Society meets bi-weekly to discuss and debate literature and current topics. Watch for fliers advertising events open to all curious members of the Crown community.

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) at Crown seeks to recognize high achieving scholars who maintain at least a 3.4 GPA. This nationwide honors society has nearly 750,000 members, and there are just over 250 chapters across the country. NSCS at Crown is also involved in activities to promote leadership development, integrity, and service, as well as offering its members various career building initiatives. For more information, check out

Crown Film Coalition

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 films, and learning how to represent Christ in the culture of today’s film industry. CFC is open to all students that have an earnest interest in film and/or media outlets. For more info, visit the CFC Facebook page.

Diverse and Unified Souls of Christ

Diverse and Unique Souls of Christ (DUSC) is an group that wants to help promote the unity of different groups. Our purpose is to break down walls and ease barriers of different cultural backgrounds, embracing the uniqueness of others and unifying the body of Christ. Visit the DUSC Facebook page.

Student Athletic Advisory Committee

The Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) represents all Division III athletes on a national level. The Crown segment is open to all athletes and plans a variety of events throughout the year to encourage community among Crown College athletes.

Crown College Republicans

Crown College Republicans (CCR) provides a means through which those identifying with the rebulican political party can converse, bring awareness to current issues, and educate the student body on current issues.

Ultimate Frisbee

The Ultimate Frisbee club is a group of Crown students who enjoy playing ultimate Frisbee, open to all members of the community. Check the Ultimate Frisbee Facebook page for updates on both scheduled events and impromptu ultimate gatherings.

High Altitude Ballooning

The High Altitude Ballooning club’s purpose is to establish and continue a high altitude balloon program with the aim to launch balloons throughout the semester as weather, research interests and funding allow. The club is open to any members from the science department as well as all other interested students.

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 and to schedule events to enrich the experience and community of the education department. PACT organizes socials, panels, and meetings intended to promote this purpose.

Student Nurses Christian Fellowship

The purpose of Crown College Student Nurses Christian Fellowship is to be an organization of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: 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 Bible Study.

Campus Partners

While not funded from the Senate budget, the Crown Student Senate also partners with other campus leadership organizations such as CORE, men’s and women’s ministry, and GIT whenever applicable.

C.O.R.E. – Community Out-Reach and Evangelism

(C.O.R.E.) The purpose of C.O.R.E. is to love, serve, and reach out to those outside of the Crown community. Actions often speak louder than words, and C.O.R.E. seeks to use the hands, feet, and hearts of believers to impact the lost and needy in the surrounding areas. All members of C.O.R.E. are a vital part of the whole as each is gifted uniquely and can serve in varying capacities. Ultimately, C.O.R.E. seeks to use service projects once a month and regular field operations out to the community to create opportunities to share the Gospel.

Men’s Ministry and Women’s Ministry

Men’s and women’s ministry exists to provide community specifically tailored toward the men and women at Crown. While events differ from year to year, each ministry generally offers a retreat each year, Bible studies, service opportunities, as well as a variety of other events intended to encourage students in their relationship with Christ and with one another.

Women’s Ministry Facebook Page

Men’s Ministry Facebook Page

Global Impact Team

The Global Impact Team (G.I.T) exists to promote global awareness at Crown in the forms of chapel, conferences, and other related events. Learn about current and upcoming activities on the GIT Facebook page.