Interested in art? Chemistry? Teaching? You’re sure to find an Elmhurst club that will introduce you to like-minded students and help you explore professional options. Here are some of the options:
The Art Club is designed to bring together students who are interested in the visual arts. Members gather for discussions, field trips, and lectures by visiting artists. Membership is open to all students.
Advisor: Dustan Creech
Phone: (630) 617-3612
American Chemical Society
The purpose of the ACS is to instill a professional pride in chemistry. Membership is open to all chemistry students.
Advisor: Dr. Michelle Applebee
Phone: (630) 617-3204
American Marketing Association
The purpose of the American Marketing Association is to promote marketing within the College. In addition to meetings, the group sponsors activities on campus and fundraisers. No requirement for membership; all are welcome!
Advisor: Dr. Terry Madoch
Phone: (630) 617-3110
Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development
A new and approved education association open to all education students—early childhood, elementary, special education, and secondary education.
Advisor: Dan Jares
Phone: (630) 617-6120
Foreign Language Club
The Foreign Language Club promotes learning and using foreign languages.
Advisor: Beatriz Gomez-Acuna
Phone: (630) 617-3105
The goal of this society is to further professional interests in geography by providing a common organization for all people interested in this field. It also provides students with extracurricular experiences that help them understand geography as a cultural and practical discipline.
Advisor: Carmi Neiger
Phone: (630) 617-3260
A student-run group that sponsors co-curricular activities for Honors Program students.
Advisor: Julie Nearing Gonzales
Phone: (630) 617-3188
Starting Fall 2011
Advisor: To be determined
Mock Trial Team
The Elmhurst College Mock Trial Team competes in intercollegiate mock trial tournaments. Open to all students.
Advisor: Dr. Teri Walker
Phone: (630) 617-3483
Model United Nations
The Model United Nations is a simulation of the United Nations system. Students assume the roles of ambassadors from a particular country to the U.N. and debate current issues on the U.N.'s agenda. Participation in the Model U.N. program is open to students of all majors.
Advisor: Dr. Michael Lindberg
Phone: (630) 617-3598
Music Business Student Union
Membership is limited to students with a music business major. Programs, however, are open to everyone.
Advisor: Mark Streder
Phone: (630) 617-3703
Music Educators National Conference
The Music Educators National Conference promotes awareness of the music field as a profession. Membership is open to all music and music education majors. Chapter members organize guest lectures, clinics, service projects, concerts, and field trips. They also are eligible to participate in state, divisional, and national conventions.
Advisor: Ross Kellan
Phone: (630) 617-3325
National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association
The National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association stimulates interest in the fields of speech pathology and audiology. Membership is open to all speech-pathology majors.
Advisor: Laura Anderson
Phone: (630) 617-6429