American Chemical Society: Provides students interested in the chemical sciences with activities designed to provide professional training, community service, social opportunities, and an understanding of the intersection between Christian faith and the scientific disciplines.
Contact Student Leader Justin Andrews for more info
Biology Club: Provides academic extracurricular activities and opportunities related to the disciplines in biology; creates fellowship among students and faculty; contributes to the local community through stewardship and outreach; helps students grow in their faith as Christian scientists.
Contact Student Leader Sam Mason for more info
Computer Science Club: Encourages community within the computer science department and helps computer science students explore various aspects of the field.
Contact Student Leader Peter Story for more info
Economics and Business Organization: Promotes communication and fosters networking among students, faculty, and alumni while focusing on relevant business topics.
Contact Student Leader Libby Gronbach for more info
German Club: Seeks to give Gordon students the opportunity to interact with another language and culture by learning and using German outside of the classroom environment.
Contact Student Leader Stacy Strobel for more info
Math Club: Strives to unite students across disciplines in seeking the beauty, fun, and possibilities of mathematics.
Contact Student Leader Austin Drukker for more info
National Association for Music Education: Advances music education by encouraging the study and making of music by all.
Contact Student Leader Joanna Martel for more info
Physics Club: Fosters community among all students sharing a common interest in physics by functioning as a support network for the students academically, spiritually, and emotionally.
Contact Student Leader Nathan Calandra for more info
Social Work Student Advisory Committee: Reviews program faculty, policies, procedures, and curriculum; serves to organize social work students around matters of mutual concern; plans professional learning development activities, social service projects, social activities, and strives to represent the range of student concerns.
Dialogue Club: Seeks to create space for Gordon's students to hear one another, be heard, and gain more holistic insight into others' experiences to broaden their perspectives by utilizing a structured dialogic method of conversation.
Mock Trial Club: Through engaging in trial simulations in competition with teams from other institutions, students develop critical thinking and public speaking skills, as well as a knowledge of legal practices and procedures.
Contact Student Leader Anna Obert for more info