Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is a national business association devoted to promoting interest in various fields ranging from accounting to computer programming.
Phi Sigma Tau is the oldest sorority on the Doane University campus, and has been in continuous existence since the fall of 1907. Members are proud of their continuing traditions of leadership and service within the University and the community, unified sisterhood, close alumni ties, and the uniqueness of each individual member. The daisy is the sorority flower. Their mascot is the monkey, and their traditional colors are brown and white.
In this student-run design studio, students form creative units led by Art Directors and overseen by a Creative Director to develop work for real clients across campus and in the greater community. The client fees have funded professional development opportunities such as excursions to Chicago for studio visits, and a letterpress workshop at Hamilton Wood Type Museum including overnight accommodation at a Frank Lloyd Wright house.
The Doane University PRISM Organization is a resource organization concerned with improving the visibility, strength, and support of L.G.B.T., questioning, and allied students, initiatives, organizations, and communities, in recognition of the marginalization that exists as the result of stigmatized identities.
PROJECT OUTDOOR CLASSROOM members inform the Doane and Crete communities about the Nature Explore certified classroom on campus. The information provided to the communities will include the benefits of Nature Explore, what has been built, and what still needs to be built.
Interested in having K-12 students get excited about science? Doane has received the largest National Science Foundation grant in school history with a goal of recruiting and retaining STEM teachers in urban and rural schools in Nebraska, where they are needed the most.
The Residence Hall Association is a nationally recognized organization that serves to better life on campus for all students. To establish a voice for students residing on campus, working with Residence Life, to promote a safe and healthy environment by creating opportunities that foster a student-centered community while enhancing growth and development of the residential student body by facilitating programming and communication throughout the residence halls.