Student Clubs and Organization
Muhlenberg College offers over 120 student clubs and organizations! Some of our organizations require an audition or an invitation of membership prior to joining the organization. If you would like to learn more about a student organization, have questions regarding the joining process, or if you are interested in contacting the leadership team of a specifc group, please email [email protected].
Biology Club: The purpose of this club shall be to engage students in science and learning biology.
Chemistry/Biochemistry Club: Our organization provides members with information regarding professional life after graduating Muhlenberg with a Bachelor's of Science. Chemistry seminar and receptions are held with professionals with a Chemistry degree, allowing members to make connections with the professional world. Lastly, chemistry demonstrations are held to highlight the chemistry that occurs in everyday life as well as in the laboratory.
Computer Science Club: Computer Science Club is dedicating to making a strong community for computer science majors and minors. We strive to plan fun events and meetings centered around CSI.
Education Society: The Education Society strives to provide opportunities for those interested in education to come together through informative panels and social events on campus, and collaborative programs with local schools off campus.
History Club: The History Club is dedicated to making history fun and accessible to the student body. Through regular powerpoint nights and occasional movie nights along with other special events. We create a comfortable atmosphere where we learn together.
Math Club: Math Club is dedicated to the further learning of mathematics, as well as, fostering an interaction amoung students, faculty, and alumni through various activities.
Minority Pre-Health Society: MPHS is a student club that aims to guide minority and low-income students through pre-health studies, applications, and standardized test studying.
Muhlenberg Chapter of the Association of Women in Mathematics: The object and purpose of the AWM shall be to encourage women and girls to study, to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences.
NeuroConnections: NeuroConnections works to inform, advocate, and celebrate the brain sciences via campus events and educational outreach.
Physics Fun Time Club: The object and purpose of the Physics Fun Time Club shall be to provide a forum for undergraduates to engage with each other and with Muhlenberg faculty on topics related to physics.
Pre-Dental Club: Pre-Dental Club is for all students interested in pursuing a career in the field of dentistry. We welcome all interested members to hear from dental schools, our alumni, and practice manual dexterity in our club meetings!
Pre-PA Club: The purpose of this organization is to create a community for students interested in applying to schools to be a Physician Assistant. We hope to create a supportive environment to help students prepare for graduate programs in PA studies, engage in community service, and draw awareness to the profession.
The Accounting Society: The Accounting Society at Muhlenberg is a club designed for not only accounting majors but all ABEF majors who have an interest in accounting as a profession. The club covers current topics, CPA exam review, and hosts guest speakers so students can gain real world experience.
Women in STEM at Muhlenberg: Women in STEM at Muhlenberg is an organization that uplifts female-identifying students pursuing a career in STEM. We strive to educate women about their opportunities as well as connect with the greater community of women in STEM beyond Muhlenberg.
BergVotes: BergVotes is a club dedicated to the promotion of voter registration and education. We are non-partisan and open to all.
College Republicans: The College Republicans are a political organization at Muhlenberg College that focuses on current politics from a conservative to moderate point of view. Our discussions encourage bipartisan discussion with those of differing opinions as well as getting involved within the local community and providing opportunities to work on local campaigns.
enACT (Environmental Action Team): enACT (the Environmental Action Team) is Muhlenbergs’ official club for community-wide education, action and engagement for the intersectional environmental movement. We advocate for sustainable practice through club-based events as well as collaboration with different campus groups. Join us in (en)ACTION!
Food Recovery Network: The Food Recovery Network is a sustainable student-led club chapter part of a National Initiative to end food waste and food insecurity both on college campuses and in the surrounding communities. FRN specializes in food-led movements on campus.
Inside & Out: The Body Positivity Group: Shaping our mind and embracing our body. Focused on body acceptance, self love, and relationships with food.
Muhlenberg College Democrats: Muhlenberg College Democrats is focused on political action and organization, as well as, bringing together a community of like-minded individuals.
Mental Health Peer Advocates: Muhlenberg College Peer Educators are student leaders who empower their fellow students to explore healthier lifestyles. Peer Educators accomplish this through education, role modeling, advocacy, and collaboration with campus academic, student life, and community resources. Through engagement with Peer Educators, students will be more efficacious in informed decision-making, thereby promoting agency with accountability. All peer educators approach their practice through a diversity, equity, and inclusion framework.
Muhlenberg Disability Advocacy Group (MDAG): Muhlenberg Disability Advocacy Group (or MDAG) is a group that supports and advocates for students with disabilities on campus, along with providing a safe space to discuss larger social issues of disability awareness. All students are welcome to join, regardless of disability status. We are working towards raising awareness of any and all disabilities, alongside making Muhlenberg a more accessible place for all.
Plant-Based Advocates: We are a group of students working together to: 1) improve and expand the plant-based options in the dining hall 2) spread awareness about how a plant-based diet helps the environment, the lives of animals, and our health 3) provide support for new plant-based eaters/vegans/vegetarians.
Student Government Association (SGA): The mission of Muhlenberg College’s Student Government Association is to engage with, advocate for, and relay information to the greater Muhlenberg community. SGA is the primary bridge between Muhlenberg administration and the student body, encouraging conversation and collaboration in order to create necessary changes and prioritize student needs.
Students for Queer Advocacy (SQuAd): A safe and supportive space for all queer individuals.
Academic Honor Societies
Alpha Epsilon Delta: Alpha Epsilon Delta is the pre-health honor society on campus. We host bi-weekly meetings that prepare people for their journeys in the healthcare field.
Kappa Kappa Psi: Kappa Kappa Psi is the College's co-ed band service fraternity. The Brothers of Kappa Kappa Psi work to help the music department.
Cheer: The Muhlenberg Cheer team participates in both the football and basketball seasons cheering on our Mules to victory!
Head in the Game: Head in the Game is a student athlete mental health club. We hold weekly meetings to learn about and advocate for mental health in the athletic community so that we may better support those around us.
Intramural Soccer: Intramural Soccer is a club where students gather to play soccer and have fun. Without the competition of leagues and scorekeeping, we can focus on creating a welcoming environment to all who love the sport.
Intramural Volleyball: Intramural Volleyball is a place for everyone with every level of experience. If you played before and want to continue doing something you love, or if you want to try something new, volleyball is a great place with great people and no pressure!
Muhlenberg Fencing Club: We will teach you all you need to know to get into fencing! A couple meetings a week and we have fun and compete a little. No experience required!
Muhlenberg Ice Hockey: Muhlenberg Ice Hockey is a club ice hockey team, playing out of the Rink at Lehigh Valley. We are here to carry on the Mules Hockey legacy and bring ice hockey back to Muhlenberg.
Muhlenberg Rock Climbing Club: The Rock Climbing Club offers free climbing to people of all skill levels. We work with a local gym to provide weekly climbing outings as well as training for novice climbers. Transportation, climbing, and equipment is FULLY COVERED by the club!
Muhlenberg Ultimate Frisbee Club: The Muhlenberg Ultimate Frisbee Team is a co-ed club sport that meets weekly for practice. We host and play in tournaments throughout the semester with other schools.
Campus Ministry Organizations
Berg Hillel: Muhlenberg College Hillel’s mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. To achieve our mission and vision, our work focuses on core facets of Jewish life including Jewish learning, holiday and Shabbat celebration, arts and culture and building a meaningful, ongoing relationship with Israel. Hillel supports students’ spiritual growth and wellness, promotes leadership development and empowers students to make an impact on the broader community. Hillel builds relationships that promote understanding among diverse groups, advocates for Jewish students, and strives to ensure a safe and supportive atmosphere on campus.
Catholic Campus Ministry: Catholic Campus Ministry seeks to gather Catholic students, as well as any student who wishes to join our Catholic community, for: Catholic Devotions, Prayer, and Mass Learning, deepening and exploring the Catholic Faith Service to our community both local and extended Building Community.
Chapel Club: Chapel Club will offer a home for Christian or spiritual seeking students to find community. Chapel Club will provide social activities and outreach, service opportunities, justice and DEI opportunities, and space for worship and spirituality.
DiscipleMakers Christian Fellowship: DiscipleMakers Christian Fellowship is a Christian community on campus that investigates the identity and life of Christ. We welcome every student, Christian or just curious in Christianity, to grow deeper in their relationship with God, and be equipped to live out their faith during the college years and for years to come.
Community Engagement Organizations
Adopt a Grandparent: The Adopt a Grandparent club serves the purpose of fostering a relationship between Muhlenberg Students and the residents of the Phoebe Home in Allentown. We strive to meet with the residents on a monthly to bi-monthly basis, or whenever suits the Phoebe Home. In case of inability to visit the home, the club strives to keep engaged through letter writing or virtual meetings with the residents.
Alpha Phi Omega: Alpha Phi Omega is a national, gender-inclusive service fraternity which follows the pillars of Leadership, Friendship, and Service. We strive to strengthen our campus, community, and nation through acts of community service and fundraising. Our fraternity is open to all class years and genders.
Animal Rescue and Shelter Connection Club: Our organization goes to the Lehigh Valley Humane Center and volunteers.
Best Buddies: Best Buddies is an organization that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships by connecting college students and Allentown community members who have intellectual and development disabilities (IDD).
Magical Memories: Magical Memories is a character engagement volunteer club that operates out of the Office of Community Engagement. Our goal is to provide memorable experiences for the youth of Allentown and beyond by engaging with them in costume (ranging from Disney princesses to Marvel superheroes) and through story both in-person and online to have the farthest community outreach possible.
Muhlenberg College EMS (MCEMS): Muhlenberg College EMS (MCEMS) is a PA-state certified quick response unit that provides basic life support and emergency medical care to the Muhlenberg College community. MCEMS is also involved in a plethora of community engagement activities such as educational outreach, event standbys, and tabling efforts.
Relay for Life: Relay for Life is an organization associated with the American Cancer Society that raises money and awareness for the organization. We raise money periodically throughout the semester, but have a big event at the end of the year with performances, a raffle, and other activities. During the semester, we hold biweekly/weekly club meetings to plan fundraisers and our big event!
STEM Outreach: STEM Outreach is a volunteer organization that seeks to cultivate the intellectual and scientific curiosity of middle and elementary school students in the Allentown area through exposure to concepts in the sciences (i.e. biology, chemistry, physics, math, etc). Members have the opportunity to collaborate with each other, create hands-on STEM activities, and deliver their lessons to classrooms of enthusiastic primary school students. This organization is best suited to those with an interest in the sciences, strong public speaking skills, and comfortability with working with children and young adolescents.
Cultural and Identity Organizations
Black Students Association: The Black Students Association's mission is to create a safe space for Black students at Muhlenberg to express their concerns, feel supported and have a community always available to them.
CET (Carrying Each Other Through): Carrying Each Other Through (CET) advocates for students of color on campus and provides them with networking and a supporting system on campus. We aim to illustrate the potential hardships in the workplace and how can students of color navigate the workforce.
Comunidad: Saludos! We are Comunidad. Our affinity group is focused on creating a community between Latine/x students on campus and our allies. We strive for an inclusive environment while also supporting a safe space for students who identify as Latine/x, Hispanic and Caribbean. Our goal is to remind Muhlenberg that we are here, we are present, we are valid.
International Students Association: International Students Association focuses on creating a diverse community on campus for international / non-international students to share cultures and experiences, to learn from one another and know more about the traditions of different countries.
Mayhem Step Team: Mayhem Step Team is Muhlenberg's first and only step team here at Muhlenberg College. The dance form has origins from African dance. Many sources agree that stepping derived from African culture and an African dance that incorporates slapping the arms, legs and chest, created in West Africa by slaves when slave owners refused to let them communicate by drums. We are a family and love the joy that our community provides campus life.
Men of Color Network: The purpose of the organization is to: create a on-campus space for African-American and Afro-latinx males (students, faculty, and staff), allowing, embracing and supporting the various expressions representative of their most salient identities, which it has been statistically and qualitatively proven to be oppressed by certain systems operating on a societal level and in educational settings,
Muhlenberg Israeli Dance Troupe: The Muhlenberg Israeli Dance Troupe is a preforming troupe that showcases Israeli culture and dance, from pre-Israeli times to today. The Troupe aims to preform at multiple shows throughout the year, including a large Israeli Dance festival in March.
Muslim Students Association (MSA): The Muslim Student Association (MSA) of Muhlenberg College is dedicated to the mission of advocating for Muslim students and providing a space for them to share their values and cultures. Organized with the goal of furthering the excellence of Muslim students in leadership on campus, the MSA seeks to provide an opportunity for Muslim students to further enlighten the Muhlenberg College community with the Islamic faith, as well as its faith belief system, set of values, customs and rituals.
Society Of Arab Students: The purpose of the club is to provide interested individuals the ability to learn about different Arab cultures, the Arabic language, or about international issues occurring within Middle Eastern countries. The SAS is a student club aimed to inform and raise awareness on the Arab world. This club is apolitical and non-partisan; its primary goal is to educate. It is open to students of all backgrounds, looking to broaden their knowledge on another ethnicity.
The French Club/Le Cercle Français: The French Club (Le Cercle Français) at Muhlenberg College seeks to promote learning of the French language and culture through activities that encourage greater awareness of French and Francophone cultures around the world. The club organizes activities that allow students to practice French inside and outside of class, as well as to acquaint students with the French language, French and Francophone cultures, histories, and ways of life. All students, faculty, and staff of Muhlenberg College are welcome to attend activities and join the club.
The Italian Club: The Italian Club is a celebration of all things Italian: the language, the art, the history, the holidays, and- of course- the food! The club hosts events that provide Muhlenberg students opportunities to both learn about and engage in Italian culture, from cheese and olive oil tastings to Scopa nights! And of course, no prior knowledge of the Italian language or Italian ancestry is required to join!
The Russian Club: The Russian Cub looks to introduce those interested to the unique culture and history of Russia through a variety of events.
Top Naach: We are Muhlenberg College’s South Asian (SA) dance and multicultural group. Our dance performances include Bollywood dance, Bhangra, Bharatanatyam—and we’re always open to including more!
Alpha Chi Omega: Alpha Chi Omega, the Zeta Chi Chapter, is an active sorority at Muhlenberg College. This organization engages with the Allentown community and supports the women at Turning Point who have experienced interpersonal violence. Our organization strives to uplift all women and create strong bonds within the sorority.
Alpha Epsilon Pi: Alpha Epsilon Pi is a Fraternity that centers around brotherhood and Jewish faith. They received their formal charter in the fall of 2021 making them an official international chapter.
Alpha Tau Omega: The Pennsylvania Alpha Iota Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) was founded in 1881 and is the oldest established fraternity at Muhlenberg College. ATO is full of young leaders striving to become established and accomplished members of the Muhlenberg Community.
Delta Tau Delta: Delta Tau Delta, Theta Chi Chapter is consisted of men who live lives of excellence. We are respected and accomplished leaders on Muhlenberg’s campus through our presence in the arts, STEM, sports, and so much more. Our chapter fundraises for JDRF (Junior Diabetes Research Foundation)!
Delta Zeta: Delta Zeta: Xi Iota chapter was founded on October 27, 1984 at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. We are a sisterhood, and our purpose is to unite our members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action; objects worthy of the highest aim and purpose of associated effort.
Interfraternity Council: Muhlenberg College’s Interfraternity Council ensures fraternity life on campus functions safely and effectively. We strive to engage with other organizations on campus in educational, philanthropic, and community events. Our mission is to promote fraternity life at Muhlenberg as an impactful experience for young college men.
Panhellenic Council: The Panhellenic Council develops and maintains fraternity/sorority life and inter-fraternity relations by considering the goals and ideals of sororities as continually applicable to campus and personal life, promoting superior scholarship as basic to intellectual achievement, and cooperating with sororities and administration in maintenance of high social and moral standards.
Phi Mu: Phi Mu Fraternity, founded in 1852, is an organization which provides personal and academic development, service to others, commitment to excellence and lifelong friendship through a shared tradition. Phi Mu’s philanthropy is Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
Phi Sigma Sigma: Phi Sigma Sigma is one of the four Panhellenic Greek organizations at Muhlenberg College. The sorority is dedicated to philanthropic efforts in school and college readiness throughout the greater Allentown area. Phi Sig is committed to its involvement within and outside the Muhlenberg community.
Zeta Beta Tau: Zeta Beta Tau is a social fraternity. We focus on community engagement but most importantly brotherhood.
Ciarla Yearbook: The Ciarla is one of the College's oldest and most meaningful traditions, dating back to 1893. Created by and for Muhlenberg students, the Ciarla is an important record of each year in the life of the College community.
Muhlenberg Broadcasting Club (MBC): Muhlenberg Broadcasting Channel is a video production club that creates a variety of media content to be uploaded to the MBC YouTube channel. MBC provides the necessary guidance and equipment to allow students to produce their own videos. MBC also helps students gain hands-on filming and editing experience, and serves as a creative outlet.
MUSES Art and Literary Magazine: MUSES is Muhlenberg's art and literary magazine. In addition to a yearly publication featuring both writing and art, MUSES hosts several open-mic nights per year.
The Muhlenberg Weekly: Since 1883, The Muhlenberg Weekly has been the official, independent student-run newspaper of Muhlenberg College. The staff of The Weekly will strive to cover important topics affecting the Muhlenberg College Community, which includes students, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents. The Weekly will be an open forum where all students are able to contribute and voice their opinions, regardless of experience or involvement with the newspaper.
WMUH: WMUH, the radio station at Muhlenberg College, broadcasts over the air as well as online. We offer student and community members a chance to present a variety of ideas, art and voices, unlike any in the area.
A Cappella Council: The A Cappella Council oversees the working relationship between A Cappella and the Muhlenberg Community as a whole. They plan the audition process, concert scheduling, and any other events that include all 6 of Muhlenberg's A Cappella groups.
A-Town Records Music Association: A-Town Records is a student-run record label that aims to foster creation and collaboration between musicians on campus. As a label, their goal is to provide platforms for performance and production for musicians and aspiring musicians alike.
Bag & Baggage Shakespeare Project: Bag & Baggage Shakespeare Project deconstructs Shakespeare plays and shapes them into modern adaptations. We do sketches, longer adaptations, and more.
CODA: An acapella group for all women, genderfluid, and nonbinary bodies on campus - a safe place to sing with a group of people who feel like family!
Copacetic Rhythms: The MDA’s tap dance performance ensemble.
Damsels in Excess: Damsels in Excess is an improv and sketch comedy group comprised of non-cis male comedians. The group existing in sketch comedy--a genre historically dominated by cisgender men--means they are giving ourselves permission to take up space in the comedy realm. They use this space to focus on topics that center cisgender women, transgender folks, and non-binary people, to enforce joyous, safe creative spaces, and to focus on political realms that are important to them. In their sketches, they often incorporate feminist and queer lenses.
Fun with Science: What is Fun With Science? Imagine SNL but every other sketch is about freshmen dorms or the fragile balance between student athletes and arts students at Muhlenberg. Whether it's on stage or on screen, Fun With Science has a sketch that's sure to make you laugh!
GASP: GASP (the Great American Songbook Project) is a 1920s to 1960s music ensemble. The singing ensembel specialize in music from the "Great American Songbook:" American jazz standards, pop songs, and show tunes. They reguarly perfrorm for the Muhlenberg Community in events and concerts, as well as for the Phoebe Allentown nursing home.
Inacchord: Inacchord is Muhlenberg’s contemporary r&b group.
Mint Hip Hop Dance Team: Mint Hip Hop Dance Team is a group of both experienced and unexperienced hip hop dancers that come together to move, grove, and have fun. We love to bring people together through dance and creating a safe place for people to express themselves!
Muhlenberg Comedy Association (MCA): The Muhlenberg Comedy Association is a student organization dedicated to the support of all comedy-based ensembles of Muhlenberg College. We are here to provide spaces and structure for any comedy group to be supported and given all of the necessary materials needed to freely create funny art. In addition, we hope to spread laughter in our community through comedy performances.
Muhlenberg Dance Association (MDA): The Muhlenberg Dance Association is a student-run organization that promotes the goals of the dance program and is dedicated to creating an inclusive and supportive community of performers, choreographers, artists, and audiences. We provide students with educational and personal growth opportunities that enrich the greater dance community through service and production of dance across multiple platforms.
Muhlenberg Improv Association (MIA): Muhlenberg Improv Association (MIA) is a short-form comedic improvisation group.
Muhlenberg Theatre Association (MTA): The Muhlenberg Theatre Association provides opportunities to create and attend a variety of engaging performances, events, and educational opportunities. The mission of the MTA is to enrich the campus and the local community with theatrical experiences. A co-curricular, non-partisan club, our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all forms of expression.
Noteworthy A Cappella: Noteworthy A Cappella is a broadway based A Cappella group here at Muhlenberg College.
Pep Band: The Muhlenberg College Pep Band plays at sporting and school events, giving any musicians who wish to join, a chance to play in a musical ensemble.
Poised Ivy: Poised Ivy is a Majorette Dance Team on Muhlenberg's Campus started in 2022 by POC. PI was created to generate new dance culture on the campus so everyone feels represented. The team encompasses discoveries of life lessons, lessons of oneself's hidden abilities, empowerment, and overall a sisterhood where everyone feels safe and is welcomed.
Rejoice Muhlenberg Gospel Choir: Muhlenberg's only Gospel Choir for a community of people who want to sing gospel music!
SIT: SIT is Muhlenberg's audition based stand up comedy group! Throughout the semester we put on two to three comedy shows as well as open mics and other fun events with the MCA!
Songsycle: Songsycle is an ensemble that performs contemporary musical theatre with a focus on acting through song.
The Dynamics: The Dynamics are Muhlenberg's first and oldest A Cappella group, founded in 1989. They sing a variety of different music, which you can listen to on Spotify, Apple Music, or Amazon Music!
The Muhlenberg AcaFellas: The Muhlenberg AcaFellas is the college's an all-male, gender fluid, or non-binary identifying a cappella group, dedicated to creating great music and having a great time doing it. We will constantly strive to better ourselves and our music while actively contributing to the ever-changing atmosphere of the Muhlenberg College Campus and surrounding community. We intend to foster an environment of respect within the group and conduct ourselves accordingly beyond the rehearsal room. Collectively, we, the AcaFellas, will produce the best quality music of which the group is capable and participate in meaningful and enriching activities, maintaining kinship and sensibility.
The Muhlenberg Chaimonics: The Muhlenberg Chaimonics are Muhlenberg’s only Jewish-based a capella group! We sing songs in Hebrew and songs by Jewish artists as a core part of our repertoire. While we have strong Jewish roots and connections to Jewish organizations on and off the Muhlenberg campus, you do not need to be Jewish to become a part of the Chai family!
The Muhlenberg Circus: The Muhlenberg Circus fosters education, creativity, and collaboration through both traditional and modern circus arts. Members are encouraged to devise circus routines and storytelling to further their circus skills.
The Perkulators: The Perkulators are an auditioned jazz dance team who perform at various sporting and community events.
UiP (underground improv project): UiP (underground improv project) is Muhlenberg Colleges long form improv group!
Special Interest Organizations
Doodleberg: Doodleberg is an art club that seeks to create an outlet of creative expression for Muhlenberg students. All levels of artists are welcomed to attend meetings each week where supplies will be provided and there will be themes to inspire creativity.
Flour Power Baking Club:Flour Power Baking Club is dedicated to teaching applied baking techniques students of all experience levels.
Garden Club: The Muhlenberg Community Garden Strives to teach others how to garden on our local property and to actively Cultivate Community through programs, activities and outreach!
Historical Dress Society: Would you like to dress up like your favorite period drama? Or participate in fun historically themed events? Or maybe you want to nerd out about fashion history? Well… you have found the right place!
Jewelry Making Club: The Jewelry Making Club allows students to learn skills to enable them to create jewelry out of metal. Working on techniques like sawing, soldering, beading, and more it is a great outlet for self expression through jewelry!
Mock Trial: Mock Trial is a trial simulation club that competes against other colleges during formal and informal events.
Models and Photographers Club: The Models and Photographers Club welcomes students of all levels interested in developing skills and confidence in front of and/or behind the camera. We pair models and photographers to collaborate and learn through practice, building connections and portfolios!
Muhlenberg Activities Council (MAC): The purpose of this organization shall be to improve the quality of diverse social programming and campus life at the college, to creatively program and encourage opportunities for participating in all social, cultural, and extracurricular activities on a campus community basis for all students and to serve as a recommending body to the administration in areas affecting Muhlenberg student life.
Muhlenberg Board Game Association: The Muhlenberg board game club has weekly meeting for members to come in and distress by playing with other members. We learn many new board games and invite anyone to bring their own board games.
Muhlenberg Film Association: An organization for both film lovers and film makers to meet, work together, and celebrate all things film. We have opportunities for those interested in production and film analysis.
Muhlenberg Model United Nations: Muhlenberg Model United Nations serves to educate and resolve international issues through formal dialogue, in a mock setting of the United Nations. In doing so - members (otherwise known as delegates) will learn the formalities, motions, attire, and overall professionalism that comes with being a UN Diplomat. Students involved will attend conferences ranging from the Lehigh Valley, to the larger Continental United States, and will prepare research and debate tactics in order to achieve the agenda associated with their country or delegate's assignment.
Muhlenberg Wall Street Club: Our goal is to bridge the gap in education between the classroom and professional world regarding the financial industry. We attempt to prepare students to find opportunities for both internships and careers.
Myths N Mules: Hail Traveler! Myths and Mules is the premier Muhlenberg Dungeons and Dragons club! We aim to teach people how to play and work to foster community around the game!
Outdoors Club: The Muhlenberg Outdoors Club is a group that intends to provide students of all skill levels and experiences with outdoor activities. As a club we strive to provide an array of fun and affordable wilderness engagement experiences including but not limited to hiking, camping, and white water rafting!
Real Estate Investment Association: The purpose of a REIA is to provide students interested in real estate investment some more information. The goal is to educate people on the subject and provide a network for students down the road.
Student Art Spaces: Student Art Spaces is a group for students to organize and participate in art-focused events on campus. This group strives to give students the opportunity to engage with the arts and make use of Muhlenberg's network of art resources outside of the classroom space.
The Book Nook: We're a community of book lovers who discuss book recommendations, watch movie adaptations, and fundraise for book-related organizations! We are also very open to collaborations with other clubs, as shown with our collabs with EnAct, Femco, and MAC.
The Feminist Collective: The Feminist Collective is a safe space for students of all identities and backgrounds. Our meetings discuss issues and topics that interest our members; we take an intersectional approach in our learning. In addition to doing work on campus we also engage with the Allentown Community when we get the opportunity to do so!
Social Fraternities and Sororities