One of the most important components of your university experience is building your social network. Making friends and social connections has emotional, academic, personal development, and career development benefits. We know that some of you are more introverted and find it more difficult to get connected. Joining a student club at STM is a great way to enhance your student experience, improve your chances of success at universality, and meeting people with common interests.
Most of our student groups welcome new members at any time. Newman Sounds Glee Club accepts new members at the start of the Fall and Winter terms. Newman Players holds open auditions for plays at various times of the year.
Development & Peace Just Youth offers students a chance to learn about global social justice and solidarity through public education, fundraising, and social action campaigns. Be the change you want to see in the world!
In Medias Res is a liberal arts journal published twice a year by the College, includes fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, photography, and print art. Students may submit their work or get involved with the editorial board.
Newman Centre - the Catholic student club on campus seeking to fulfill the social and spiritual needs of its members through coffeehouses, retreats, ecumenical suppers, dances, and other various events. Everyone is welcome, regardless of religious affiliation.
Newman Players - STM's theatre group, welcomes students to take part in any aspect—such as acting, set design, lighting, sound, etc.—of their high calibre productions.
Newman Sounds Glee Club - STM's glee club is back! Come join this group if you love singing. The group will perform a variety of show tunes, pop songs, and choral classics. No audition is required.
Newman Tech Crew - We need volunteers for light and sound for concerts, plays, lectures, and conference. If you prefer to work behind the scenes, this club is for you. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Thomas More College Students’ Union (STMSU) is made up of an Executive and members-at-large, represents STM students and their views to the college and the greater campus community. All STM students are welcome to become involved, attend social functions, and access the free exam file (where previously used exams are stored). For more information or to join as a member at large - email@example.com
University of Saskatchewan Ukrainian Students' Association - The purpose of the club is to provide a social context in which interest in Ukrainian culture and issues are nurtured and encouraged.
All of these STM student clubs can be used for your official USask Co-curricular Record. For more information about any of these organizations, contact Student Services at 306-966-8900.
The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is a personalized and official record of the university-approved and facilitated activities you have been involved in while a student here.