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.
The Production Guild is intended to be a way for students to experience various aspects of putting a production on with the added benefits of working closely with multiple organizations, personalities, and abilities
Turnagain Currents is composed of an active group of free thinking individuals looking to share their talents with fellow students. It is an excellent opportunity for students wishing to increase their writing foundations in a fun and equally challenging environment
Alaska Sports Club
American Fisheries Society
Are you the person in your friend group who thinks that fish are, like, way cool? Are you interested in meeting more like-minded peers who are fascinated with wet places? The Alaska Pacific University American Fisheries Society (APU AFS) club offers you a chance to connect with students that are interested in numerous fisheries topics, marine science and environmental conservation! APU AFS offers opportunities in professional development in the fisheries field, up-to-date information on current fisheries and marine topics affecting Alaska, and involvement with larger fisheries communities. Join AFS to become involved in great volunteer opportunities! Ice fishing fundraising events, fly fishing outings, volunteering with marine biology teachers in local k-12 programs, and other awesome club rendezvous will connect you with even more “fishy” opportunities around Alaska. If you’re interested in a fisheries career, this is an excellent way to get started. Hope to see you there!
Founded with the intent of introducing chess to the Last Frontier as a vehicle for student engagement, skill development, and communal benefit, Chess Fellowship is a campus club that seeks to break barriers, mold minds and spread the passion for chess.
In the growth of awareness, Chess Fellowship has transformed from a club to a nationally recognized collegiate affiliate of the United States Chess Federation. Alaska Pacific Chess commits itself through outreach programs both on and off campus. Unity held in diversity is an additional facet that represents the Alaska Pacific University competitive collegiate team. Our organizations welcome members of all skill levels, including those seeking guidance, certifications, and casual play.
Our events include rated and unrated tournaments, instructional meetings, movie nights, simultaneous exhibitions, cross-club activities and of course fellowship! Alaska Pacific University is sending its first chess team to the Pan-American Intercollegiate Chess Championships in Ohio in December 2017. We are open to the public, and invite inquiry for more information.
Photo Club helps to increase interest in amateur and professional photography, develop and expand proper and individualized technique, and create awareness of the photographic talent within APU.
Nordic Ski Club
Nordic Ski allows those who want to ski for fun in a pressure free environment a chance to get out onto trails that may not be accessible from campus and to familiarize themselves with the trails on our own APU campus.
More info coming…
Kellogg Campus Club
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