Clubs and Organizations

Did you know Delta has more than 40 clubs and organizations? 

Joining a club is a great way to get to know people. And, a great way to dive into your passions and interests outside the classroom. Some of them are even designed to give you a support system to reach your dreams.

Something for everyone

If you see a club that interests you, contact the club advisor for more information. 

Delta's Black Student Union advocates for the educational, financial, political, cultural and social development of Delta's under-represented students while working to effect lasting, positive change in the surrounding communities. The club's mission is to provide Delta students with the tools and resources needed to achieve success and realize their life's potential.

Advisor: Dorian Phelps (

The goal of the Delta Chemistry Club is to collaborate and explore the many diverse areas of chemistry- helping students learn from all levels of chemistry, chemical processing, chemical technician, health-related, and engineering.

Advisor: Bernadette Harkness (

Collegiate DECA is a student driven organization that values competence, innovation, integrity, and teamwork. Their mission to prepare students for careers in the business world by integrating skills learned in the classroom into real world experiences.

Co-Advisors: Kristy Nelson ( and Randy Hall (

 The Delta Collegiate Newspaper is a paper that keeps students engaged and informed about things that are happening on their very own campus.

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The Cyber Defense club allows interested students to meet and practice defending a network from a cyber attack in a controlled environment. It will prepare students for virtual and on-site competitions in defending networks. This club will provide students with results driven outcomes. Performance is the best measure of learning, and learning is best accomplished by doing. This club gives students engaging real-world scenarios, where the student not only reads about a cyber attack, but actually defends against them.

Advisor: Kristopher Howery (

The Delta Astronomy Club aims to increase interest and understanding in astronomy and other sciences among Delta students and the public. We will accomplish this by having opportunities at Delta and in the community to observe various wonders of the sky.

Co-Advisors: Adam VanDyke (, Aurelian Balan (, & Kevin Dehne (

Learn more about the Astronomy Club

Collegiate Farm Bureau is to educate students about agricultural policies and to develop potential leaders in the agricultural industry.

Advisor: Lance Fowler (

If you ever wanted to engage with others as a cheerleader this is the club for you.  We work together to learn new cheers and create opportunities for growth through engagement activities and athletic events.

Advisor: Ronisha Sheppard (

If you are interested in competing against others in multi-player video games this is the club for you! We will work as a club to plan tournaments and leagues as well.

Advisor: Alison Ginter (

All members of the Delta College Lacrosse Program will embrace the values, as outlined in the Delta College Mission Statement.

A major focus of the Delta College Lacrosse Program is to develop student-athletes with strong character and high integrity, who will also serve as positive members of the Delta community and beyond. As such, the program will stress the importance of high-level academic performance as well as intellectual, physical, and emotional growth. The program will practice positive leadership as members of a diverse student body, demonstrating virtues of family, community, and attitude.

Advisor: Crystal Starkey (

The Delta College Military Association (DCMA) provides support and assistance to military students while creating camaraderie that encourages open dialogue among veterans on campus. DCMA is committed to bridging the gap between civilians and veterans and actively supports the successful transition to the classroom and community.

Advisor: Brittany Hodges (

 The Delta College Student Nurse Association (DCSNA) is available to students who are currently in their nursing clinical. DCSNA provides students with opportunities to serve the student body as well as the community.

Co-Advisors: Donna Militello ( & Amy Wegener (

Our objective is to engage more students in a healthier lifestyle while learning more about themselves, mentally and physically. We will host weekly exercise activities aimed at engaging all FITT principles and aspects of fitness: muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, and body composition.

Advisor: Renee Hoppe (

The Delta Night Garden is a poetry club whose main goal is to cultivate and promote an appreciation for poetry through the participation in regularly scheduled poetry writing groups and workshops and by engaging in poetry-centered outreach activities at Delta College and within the community.

Advisor: Donny Winter (

Delta Skates provides Delta College Students and community members a forum in which to skate, have fun, improve fitness and learn from others in the skating community. Delta Skates will provide varied, regular opportunities to skate with people in the community from different sports, including roller derby, jam skating, ice and inline speed skating, ice and roller figure skating, ice and roller hockey, skateboarding and recreational skating.

Advisor: Nicole Ryan (

If you ever wanted to participate in cross country, a 5K, a marathon, a bike race, swim race, or triathalon you can.  The Delta Tri-Sport Club is the club for you! We will work together to help each other reach our own personal goals while working together as a team.

Advisor:  Carla Murphy (

Delta College is proud to participate in The Democracy Commitment, a national community college initiative to develop and expand programs, projects and curricula that engage students in civic learning and democratic practice. We have a Democracy Commitment student club and a core team of faculty and staff bringing together perspectives from across campus. 

Co-Advisors: Lisa Lawrason ( & Kimberly Klein (

The mission of the Dental Hygiene Club is to create an atmosphere that promotes a boundless learning environment for Dental Hygiene students to continue their education and a culture of giving back to the community.

Advisor: Pam Livingston (

The group’s mission is to engage in activities to further their own knowledge of the environment, to explore the wonders of the environment and pass that knowledge on to others so that they may also enjoy and respect the world around us.

Advisor: Kristopher Nitz (


The club's mission is to acquire and expand skills in fiber arts and design including, but not limited to knitting, weaving, sewing, spinning and fashion design.

Advisor: Sherri Archer (

Educate, inspire and connect with students through rocks, minerals and related activities.

Advisor: Kevin Dehne (

Hogwarts is a group of students that are interested in everything Harry Potter and Hogwarts related. The club meets to discuss the books, movies and play some Quidditch.

Advisor: Dr. Laura Dull (

The objective of the OADN Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society - Beta Tau Chapter is to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing (ADN). The society shall encourage the pursuit of advance degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility. Additionally, the society shall participate in the recruitment of qualified individuals into the profession of nursing.

Co-Advisors: Kati Kocot (, Wendy Szafranski ( and Molly Stapish (

The Honors Program exists to provide a challenge inside the classroom; the Leadership Board exists to provide service and leadership challenges outside the classroom.

Advisor: Mark Brown (

The mission of the Information Technology & Security Club is to provide professional development, networking opportunities, and serve as a centralized resource for students interested in Information Security and Computer Technology disciplines.

Advisor: Cynthia Drouse (


The vision of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed. We provide a space to Grow in your Faith and build Community. We strive to accomplish this at Delta College through a combination of fellowship, Bible Studies, outreaches and service projects.

Advisor: Eric Wiesenauer (

The Minecraft Club creates an engaging online community for Delta students through the popular game Minecraft. It hosts events and fundraisers that benefit the community through Minecraft. Students who wish to moderate the server will also learn basic networking skills.

Advisor: Alison Ginter (

Mu Omega Delta is a men's leadership development program for Delta students. The purpose of MOD is to provide motivation and a positive social network for students who want to become academically successful and financially stable. We want you to succeed!

Advisor: Eric Wiesenauer (

The purpose of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) honor society for two-year colleges is to recognize and encourage scholarship among students, to provide opportunities for leadership and service, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.

Advisor: Mark Brown (

The Photo Club at Delta College brings artists of all skill levels, to learn, grow and share photography techniques while creating a safe environment for self expression.

Advisor: Alison Ginter (

Pioneers Rising is a club that raises awareness among the Delta student body about their civic potential and empowers them to affect positive change in their communities.

Advisor: Kathie Marchlewski (

The Delta College Programming Board organizes campus life and multicultural events outside the classroom to engage students. This group, under the direction of the Office of Student and Civic Engagement, is able to plan, develop and implement programs that they choose together as a united team.

Advisor: Alison Ginter (

Our mission is to promote psychological awareness, encourage academic and personal growth and create a supportive space for students to engage in meaningful discussions about the field of psychology.

Advisor: Maureen Donegan (

The mission of the Physical Therapist Assistant Club is to create an atmosphere that promotes a boundless learning environment for PTA students to continue their education and a culture of giving back to the community.

Advisor: Chris Hausbeck (


 Sigma Kappa Delta (ΣΚΔ) is a collegiate honor society for students of English at two-year colleges. Eligible for memberships are students currently enrolled in a two-year college with a Sigma Kappa Delta Chapter who have completed a minimum of one college course (excluding developmental courses) in English language or literature, with a grade no less than a B, and a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in general scholarship; they must have completed at least one semester of college course work for a cumulative total of twelve semester hours.

 Advisor: Crystal Starkey (

The mission of SOHL is to promote and support the development of education, as well as implementing culture through programs and services offered to Hispanic students at Delta College and in the community.

Advisor: Monica Hernandez-Alaniz (

The purpose of Sociology in Action is to raise awareness of pressing social issues through film, visual displays, and installations, and other events. We also want to create opportunities for professional networking and an outlet for social action to effect positive change in our communities.

Advisor: Christina Miller-Bellor (

The Student-Athlete Advisory Board was created to empower student athletes to make a change in the community and the college.

Advisor: Andrew Wingard (

The Student Leadership Academy is a finite program looks to develop and home variety Leadership skills needed to expand their “soft” skills. Soft skills are “personal attributes that enable someone to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people.”

Advisor: Alison Ginter (

Unison is an organization that will amplify the voice of the LGBT community and their allies here at Delta College and will help to create education and awareness for the campus community.

Advisor: Alison Ginter (

W.I.N. supports, inspires and empowers the women of Delta in a safe space to foster self-esteem, positive relationships and self-awareness.

Advisor: Alison Ginter (

Start a club

Any person enrolled as a student and currently registered in at least one-credit course at Delta College can create a student organization. Students organizations should include, not but be limited to, interest groups, student governing bodies or college curricula-related groups. 


    • Must have at least three members, all of whom must be enrolled at Delta. 
    • Must have a full-time faculty or staff advisor
    • Must have a mission statement that does not overlap the mission of another registered student organization. 

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