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Student Organizations

Clubs and Organizations are an important part of student life at Concordia University Texas and play a large role in campus programming and events. Each academic year students must submit an application to be considered an active club.  CTX.EDU, the new hub for student organizations, contains detailed homepages for a variety of our clubs. A complete list of 24 active clubs can be found below for 2014-2015.

Students interested in starting a group are encouraged to contact Student Life via email at for more information on how to get started. Photo: CTX Biology Club and CTX Pre-Med Club at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, TX 2013


Start a club  Student Orgs Handbook  SGLA



Note: Outside businesses or organizations who wish to connect with these groups should contact the Office of Student Life rather than contacting the group directly.


Behavioral Sciences Club

Biology Club

Communication Club

DCE Club 

Education Club
The mission of the CTX Education Club is to promote the following in the lives of Education majors: service and outreach, fellowship with other members, and personal and professional growth. This club seeks to develop future educators in their knowledge and experience through various events and opportunities on campus and the surrounding communities. 
President: Garrett Gerard

Psi Chi

Student Nurses Association

Texas Master Naturalist
In support of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department and Texas AgriLife Extension, this Chapter shall be an educational, non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to fulfilling the state program’s mission to develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities for the State of Texas.
President: Kaitlyn Rodriguez


CYM (Concordia Youth Ministries)

CTX Mission Club

Young Life

PresidentJessi Sternat 

Special Interest


Anime Club

Anime encompasses a wide range of animated films and television series that are enjoyed around the world. Participation in the Anime Club provides a unique social opportunity for CTX students to view and promote this art form while also gaining an appreciation for Japanese culture.
President: Matthew Buchanan

Athletic Ambassadors

Black Student Union

Club Fandom
President: Lewis Farwell

MOBA Gaming Club

President: Nick Moore

CTX Ringers

President: Susan Pacey


Twister Dance Club


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