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Clubs and Student Organizations

Student clubs and organizations promote common interests and peer support.
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Activity Clubs
These student organizations based on hobbies, interests, or culture allow students to gather with others who share their similar interests.

Current Clubs

How Do I Form a Club?
  1. Find at least 6 friends who want to join your club.
  2. Submit an online application.
  3. Meet with the Manager of Student Engagement to review your application.
  4. Once approved, we will help you start promoting your club.
Student Organizations
These career-related organizations give students opportunities to build skills and develop networks in their field of study.

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    American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
    AAPC offers certification exams for medical coders with continued education. Students in the Medical Coding program are encouraged to join after they have completed their courses so they can take their certification exam, network with medical coders in the area, and attend chapter meetings for continued education credits.

    For more information visit the AAPC webpage or talk to the program chair.

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    Business Club
    The Ensign College Professional Business Club provides students with valuable leadership and professional skills to help them succeed in their future careers.

    Ensign College hosts chapters for career and technical student organizations DECA and PBL (the collegiate division of Future Business Leaders of America), with more student chapters to come. Business Club participants regularly receive awards and recognitions at DECA and FBLA competitions, including the community service award. Two of Utah's three state DECA officers came from Ensign College in 2020 and 2021.

    The Ensign Professional Business Club also connects students to industry professionals and organizations, including:
    • SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management)
    • PMI (Project Management Institute)
    • ISM (Institute for Supply Management) 
    Interested in participating in the Business Club? Visit the Business Club website and connect with us on Instagram and Facebook .
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    Cybersecurity Club
    The Ensign College Cybersecurity Club exists to help students become more aware and involved in cybersecurity in a world of growing technology. We learn together by working on hands-on labs, participating in competitive events, and collaborating on personal projects, all to encourage and prepare students for real-world scenarios dealing with information security.

    The club offers many opportunities for leadership and community involvement, including technology conferences and meetups, collaborating with other schools, and promoting good cybersecurity practices everywhere.

    Students interested in participating can join the Microsoft Team here .

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    Digital Agency
    To learn more about Digital Agency, please speak with the Digital Marketing Program Chair.
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    Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)
    The Ensign College Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants was created to strengthen personal and professional connections and endow students with the confidence to enter the workforce as capable and trusted disciples of Jesus Christ.

    Joining the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) provides an excellent resource for business and accounting students; it opens up opportunities for information, networking, internships, and scholarships.

    Student Membership

    To become a member of IMA, students must sign up online with the IMA, making you a member of not only the Ensign Chapter but also a global organization of professionals and students. If you are interested in becoming a member or officer, please email imachapter@ensign.edu.


    Scholarships

    You may be eligible as a member of IMA for scholarships that the organization sponsors.

    Networking

    As an IMA Chapter, we meet regularly with top professionals in the fields. The connections you make as a member of IMA will help you start your career and provide valuable relationships as your career develops.

    For more information, please talk to the accounting faculty, or visit the National IMA website .
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    International Interior Design Association (IIDA)
    For more information about the International Interior Design Association, visit the IIDA Intermountain Website .

    To learn about getting involved at Ensign College, visit the Interior Design Info & Resources page in Canvas or talk to the Interior Design Program Chair.

Need More Information?

The Student Success Center is here to help! You can find us on the 9th floor in the Student Success Center. Or, contact us with any further questions about academic associations at involvment@ensign.edu or by connecting with us on Instagram at @ensign_studentactivities.

Have a question? Our Virtual Assistant may be able to help.

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