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Clubs and Student Organizations

Student clubs and organizations promote common interests and peer support.
Professional Clubs & Associations
These career-related organizations give students opportunities to build skills and develop networks in their field of study.

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    The Ensign College Professional Business Club hosts chapters for DECA, FBLA, and CEO. Business Club participants regularly receive awards and recognitions at DECA and FBLA competitions, including the community service award.
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    The Ensign College Cybersecurity Club participates in competitions and collaborates on projects to prepare students for real-world scenarios dealing with information security. Want to participate? Join the Microsoft Team here .
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    Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)
    The Ensign chapter of IMA strengthens personal and professional connections and gives students opportunities for networking, internships, and scholarships. Interested? Please email
  • interior design student in front of her portfolio display with a friend
    For more information about the IIDA, 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.
Activity Clubs
These student organizations based on hobbies, interests, or culture allow students to gather with others who share their similar interests.
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    Japanese Club
    Join the Japanese Club to explore the rich traditions, cuisine, and arts of Japan while deepening your appreciation of Japanese culture.
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    Hip Hop Dance Club
    Whether you're a seasoned dancer or just starting out, join us to learn new moves, share your skills, and build lasting friendships.
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    Coding Club
    Join us for practical workshops and career guidance in computer science as we develop innovative projects, discuss emerging technologies, and network with industry professionals.
    Contact: Kevin Haro,
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    The Excellent Social Club
    Join us to share your stories and enhance your campus experience with a supportive community. Build meaningful friendships that go beyond the classroom.
    Contact: Thanye Peterson,
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Start Your Own Club
How Do I Form a Club?
  1. Find at least 6 friends who want to join your club.
  2. Submit an online application.
  3. Once approved, we will help you start promoting your club.

Have Questions?
We want to hear from you! You can find the Student Activities Team in the Summit. You can also connect with us on Instagram at @ensign_studentlife .

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