A Things-To-Do List That Never Ends
||Getting involved is easy.
With the hundreds of events and activities organized by more than 160 student organizations, boredom is not really an option at UNK.
The first week.
You’ll feel the excitement and sense the possibilities at the Blue and Gold Welcome Week at UNK. You’ll learn about the rewarding professional and service opportunities, and busy calendars, offered by the many Greek organizations that thrive on campus.
But that’s just the beginning.
Because as you make yourself at home, you’ll get even more involved.
- You’ll begin developing leadership skills even as a freshman, and enjoy socializing at Greek Week, Homecoming, parents weekends, date functions, formals, awards banquets, alumni dinners, sporting events and intramurals.
- You’ll attend interesting lectures by distinguished guests. Several of the nation’s former presidents, for example, have visited our campus, including President Bill Clinton.
- The writer in you will enjoy working with our student publications such as the Antelope newspaper, the Carillon, and others.
- You will perform across the nation as a member of the Choraleers, or become a part of one of our jazz bands, or attend any of the more than 200 musical events organized by the College of Fine Arts and Humanities every year.
- Meanwhile, you’ll also be furiously penciling in events on your everyday calendar ranging from dances, concerts and movies, to barbeques with the chancellor.
- The world traveler in you will participate in a study abroad program.
Browse through our many student organizations. No matter what your interests are you’ll find a few clubs that you want to be a part of. For more information, schedule a campus visit.
"I have visited Germany on a study abroad program, gone camping with professors on a desert field study, served in a Denver soup kitchen through the Honors program, and worked as an intern with a mental illness advocacy group through the political science department. I have been Pi Kappa Alpha president and a UNK Choraleer, among other things. I’ve been so involved here that I’ve gone entire semesters without visiting home."