Campus Life

Student Activities & Clubs

Student Activity Opportunities

    SAC Calendar

  • Student Activities Council
    The Christendom College Student Activities Council (SAC) coordinates and executes quality social, recreational, intellectual, and religious activities for the benefit of the Christendom College Student Body. SAC consists of 35 members, including the class officers, and they coordinate and execute college activities and events on a weekly basis. Events include dances, dinners, talent shows, live music events, movie nights, and many other activities. SAC always welcomes student volunteers to help set up or take down events.         


    • National Classics Honorary Society ΗΣΦ
      Read more about the national society here: https://www.etasigmaphi.org/.
      Its purposes are (from the national Constitution):

      • a) To develop and promote interest in classical study among the students of colleges and universities.
        b) To promote closer relationships among students who are interested in classical study, including inter-campus relationships.
        c) To engage generally in an effort to stimulate interest in classical study, and in the languages, literature, history, and art of ancient Greece and Rome.
      • The Christendom Players 
        Begun by the late Christendom College English Professor Dr. Patrick Keats, the Players put on a variety of plays and musicals – one in the fall and one in the spring. All students are invited to audition for the plays and others are encouraged to use their talents in helping with set design, makeup, costumes, and music.


      • Animation Analyzation Club
        The Animation Analyzation Club provides Christendom students the opportunity to discuss niche interests and inspire them to thoroughly observe different genres and types of anime used in other cultures.
      • Chester­ Belloc Debate Society
        The Debate Society exists to provide students with the opportunity to sharpen their intellectual wit and provide practice in extemporaneous speaking. The Debate Society meets numerous times throughout each semester and all members of the student body are invited to participate.
      • Choir
        Men’s and women’s choir which sings for Sunday and feast day Masses on campus. The choir sings sacred polyphony by such noted masters as Palestrina, Victoria, and Josquin des Prez. Occasionally the group gives performances off campus.
      • Christ’s Cross Boxing Club
        Christ Cross Boxing Club is a club sport through which any Christendom man can come and learn the sport, training from beginner to advanced. Christ Cross Boxing Club aims to foster a love of boxing and an intense team atmosphere; this being achieved through training, working out, and sparring with one another.
      • Christendom Political Action League
        Christendom’s Political Action League works to educate the student population on the issues and values important to conservatism. In addition to hosting various prominent political speakers on campus, the Political Action League campaigns for conservative candidates on every level of government and promotes conservative values and candidates for the greater Christendom College community.
      • Cincinnatus League
        The Cincinnatus League is a student forum for conservative political philosophy. The League offers students a conservative book club and lecture series, helping students apply the philosophical foundation they have received at Christendom to problems in contemporary education and politics.
      • Colorful Minds Art Club
        The Colorful Minds Art Club is devoted to the inspiration of all students. The club is focused on cultivating fellowship and talent, as well as introducing new mediums and styles to its members. It also seeks to display student work around the campus.
      • Crusader Airsoft Club
        This club provides students a competitive physical outlet while building comradery centered around this unique sport. Students will learn basic coordinated combat skills, leadership, and the ability to work as a team in a competitive physical environment.
      • Crusader Chamber Orchestra
        The Crusader Chamber Orchestra allows students to exercise and develop their musical talents through regular rehearsals and concerts. Repertoire ranges from music for full orchestra to winds-only and strings-only compositions. All prospective members are welcome to join. Find out more here!
      • Crusader Shogi Club
        The Shogi Club hosts shogi games regularly for students and faculty to casually play against each other, as well as tournaments for students to compete for prizes. The club offers instruction for students who are unfamiliar with the games.
      • Flag Football Club
        The Flag Football Club exists to provide more opportunities for the men of Christendom College to play flag football. This club provides a competitive sport to build athletic comradery amongst the Christendom community.
      • Holy Rood Guild
        This group of women students cleans the Chapel of Christ the King on the Christendom campus six days a week with a deep clean every Saturday morning. Holy Rood also cares for the vestments and altar linens used in the Chapel, and coordinates displays and decorations for religious celebrations.
      • Inkstains & Stardust Writing Club
        If you have ever dreamed of crafting your own story, for fun or for publication, Ink Stains & Stardust, the Creative Writing Club, has an amazing opportunity to offer you! Professional writers and editors present workshops on various aspects of writing fiction. Workshop topics include genres, plot structure, crafting dynamic characters, research, editing, and many others.
      • The Rambler 
        The student journal dedicated to training the next generation of Catholic journalists and intellectuals to engage the world through the media. Rambler journalists gain invaluable experience reporting and writing about the news, arts and culture, and faith and reason from the perspective of their liberal arts education. As a member of the Collegiate Network (CN), The Rambler offers a unique chance to make contacts and pursue journalistic excellence through CN conferences, news internships, and other valuable opportunities such as the CN’s Geo­Strategic Journalism Course held in Prague.
      • Sacred Grounds Coffee Shop
        Thanks to student initiative, the campus coffee shop functions purely by the dedication of student volunteers. Sacred Grounds is located in the basement of St. John the Evangelist Library. Student volunteers learn how to supervise, work on a team, budget, take inventory, and gain many other skills that would prove beneficial to a resume.
      • Schola Gregoriana
        The Schola Gregoriana assists in the College community’s worship in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass by chanting the traditional propers. This all­male group thus beautifies the weekly Sunday Mass, helping to elevate the hearts of the Faithful to interior participation in the Holy Sacrifice. The group also chants the propers for the high feasts celebrated during the school year as well as at the graduation Mass.
      • Shield of Roses
        Following 7:30am Mass on Saturday, students travel to pray in front of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic. They normally return to the College in time for the mid­day meal. Once a semester, the Shield of Roses leaders organize a “Mega Shield” event where they try and encourage the entire student body to take part in the prayerful protest.
      • Students for Life
        Students for Life is different from the Shield of Roses pro­life group in that it focuses on more activism, particularly, political activism with regards to the sanctity of human life issues. They meet twice a month throughout the school year and normally focus on doing one big project a semester, for example, a literature drop prior to an election.
      • Swim Club
        The Swim Club provides a swim program that encourages the development of our God-given talents through a strong work ethic, discipline, and self-motivation while improving our mental and cardiovascular health in a Christ-centered team environment.
      • Swing ‘n Sundaes Club
        Swing ‘n Sundaes is an opportunity to learn swing dance lessons from upperclassmen and many other experienced dancers on campus. Several times each semester, Swing ‘n Sundaes hosts the dance lessons and offers free ice cream sundaes for all those who participate.
      • Tennis Club 
        The Tennis Club is dedicated to giving athletic students the opportunity to compete and learn with each other the simple and enjoyable sport on our very own tennis courts.


  • Catholic Charities Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry
    Volunteer to help our local hungry neighbors by assisting at this Front Royal institution on Saturdays anytime from 10:00 A.M.­2:00 P.M. For more information, please contact  Marilyn Charba at marilyn.charba@christendom.edu
  • Legion of Mary
    The Legion of Mary is a worldwide organization of the lay apostolate founded nearly a hundred years ago. Students in the Legion seek to take the light of faith which they receive at Christendom to the wider world. They do so by accepting a routine of prayer and apostolic works, thus deepening their faith while bringing it to others. Works are some form of evangelization such as bringing the Pilgrim Virgin Statue to homes and dorms, enthroning dorm rooms to the Sacred Heart, and going door to door in the Front Royal area.
  • Red Cross Blood Drives
    Help end the national blood shortage by giving blood at Crusader Gymnasium once a semester. For more information, please contact Marilyn Charba at marilyn.charba@christendom.edu

But Wait! There’s More: New Initiatives 
Each year new clubs & organizations are formed by students with different interests. If you are interested in starting a new club, contact the Director of Student Activities, Marilyn Charba, at marilyn.charba@christendom.edu.

Christendom College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
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