Clubs & Organizations
Here you will find the different clubs and student groups that currently exist at APU. If you are looking to get involved and join a group be sure to check these out! If we don’t have it, then start it! As a member of the APU community, just because you didn’t see the club one year or it was not listed does not mean you can’t start you own club! Our organizations vary from year to depending on student interest but that never deters new clubs from starting up and thriving! If you can find other students who are interested in your ideas, bring your idea to ASAPU and they will help you get focused and headed in the right direction.
Alaska Pacific Aquatic Club (APAC)
Looking to swim with low pressure and a supportive community, join APAC!
Are you interested in learning and practicing your outdoor skills such as rock climbing, mountaineering, and wilderness safety? Alpine club is open to all skill levels and wants to introduce students to fun outdoor activities so they become passionate about outdoor recreation. Alpine club is open to all students, and they love seeing new faces!
APU Student Nurses’ Association (APU-SNA)
APU-SNA is an extracurricular for all students that gives them insight into the nursing career. The group represents nursing students (or any student interested in nursing) to the consumer, to institutions, and to other organizations to promote and encourage many activities including recruitment efforts, participation in student activities, and building relationships with nursing and health-related organizations. APU-SNA is open to any student interested in learning more about the wonderful field of nursing!
Dive club is open to all students and allows club members to get scuba certified, learn more about diving, and snorkel. Scuba certified members are also able to go on fun dives and gain lots of experience diving. It’s a great place to lean about different aspects of scuba diving. Join Dive Club!
Environmental Public Health Club
EPH club is a place to have an open space to discuss and learn about Environmental Public Health issues, as well as engage with the community to better understand the importance of Environmental Public Health. The EPH club is also working on bettering the EPH major experience at APU and forming connections among students and outside of the APU community. It is open to all students, but highly recommended if you are an EPH student.
Faith and Creative Expression (FACE)
Intertwining spiritual and creative expression where students have the opportunity to both avenues; jointly or not. Spirituality and creativity not required.
Mud Lover’s Pottery Club
Do you want to make pottery? Come join Mud Lover’s Pottery Club. It’s a ceramics club for all skill levels and a great way to reduce stress, feed the soul, and fill your soul with creativity. Hand-building and wheel work is available!
Pool (Billiards) Club
Playing pool is an amazing way to spend time with friends and relax from a stressful week. The pool club will be holding pool tournaments throughout the year and is open to any APU students. Even if you’ve never played pool, they welcome all APU students and would teach you the game. Come join them every Saturday starting at 12 p.m. to play.
Table Top Gaming Guild
Our Gaming Guild focuses on one main long-term tabletop game where members are split up into smaller groups for more playing time. Play time pauses at the end of each meeting and starts from where play left off the following week. It is open to all APU students to join and participate.
The Hoppin’ Hikers
Looking for peers to explore the epic trails of AK with? Or a place to escape from the stress of everyday life to general enjoyment? Come join the Hoppin’ Hikers around Anchorage. It’s open to all students and all skill levels!
Turnagain Currents is APU’s student journal and it provides a voice to members of the university community interested in sharing their writing to the greater community. Students in Turnagain Currents work on the publishing and promotion side of writing. All content is published on their website, and the annual print edition features the best content published online during the academic year – chosen by the student editors.