Clubs and Organizations
DeVry Campus Clubs
DeVry offers a variety of clubs and academic honors societies that reach out to the same core areas of social, cultural, recreational, and educational development. If students are interested in forming a club that does not currently exist on campus, that opportunity is available as well. (For information on starting clubs please feel free to contact the student life coordinator Michele Close, and for information on an existing clubs, club advisors are listed below.)
The DeVry University Kansas City Student Ambassador Program is a comprehensive student development experience where selected students undergo leadership training to develop and enhance their leadership skills in order to represent DeVry University.
The Student Ambassador Program will provide outstanding students with an opportunity to showcase their leadership skills while developing personally and professionally.
Phi Beta Lambda
Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
Advisor Contact: Adele Lisko
To provide an opportunity for our students to interact with one another and ensure that everyone will have the ability to be themselves in a social, fun, and competitie environment that will impact their lives through sports.
Advisor Contact: Michael Coleman
The DeVry Veterans Club is a campus organization for Veterans and supporters of Veterans, in an attempt to boost campus morale and enthusiasm, and to both participate in and provide advice for, military or veteran-specific observances and events. Veterans have a common bond, and this club will allow students, faculty, and staff to relate to each other in not only the educational environment, but social and professional settings.
Advisor Contact: Leat Stanley
If you are interested in video and internet gaming and tournaments, then join the Gaming Club! Whether you enjoy gaming once a week or once a month, this club is for you.
Advisor Contact: Gary Moore II
Gamma Beta Phi
This National Honor Society is for all degree programs. For students who have a 3.0 or higher GPA and 12 credit hours or more are invited to attend.
Advisor Contact: Ryan Meador
Table Tennis Club
The Table Tennis Club will foster camaraderie, competition and sportsmanship through the game of Table Tennis. Not only will you learn the fundamentals of the game, you'll learn how to have fun! Tournaments held monthly.
Advisor Contact: Rohn Benbrook