The BSC Ag Club is dedicated to helping the students of BSC ATNR through career development, service opportunities, professional networking and education enhancement. BSC Ag Club also promotes interest in agriculture, educates the general public about the importance of agriculture, inspires interpersonal interactions and enhances students' understanding of local and global agricultural industries.
Advisor: Marko Davinic, 701-224-5409
Amateur Radio Club
Amateur Radio Club seeks the promotion of interest in Amateur Radio communication, experimentation, and research. The advancement of the radio art and the fostering of education in the field of electronic radio communication are a few of this clubs objectives. Enjoy expanding the awareness of BSC through Amateur Radio networks and learn more about communication in the event of disasters and other emergencies.
Advisor: Mike Holman, 701-224-5591
The Student Art Club is a wonderful opportunity to become involved with other students interested in creating art. Network, build your resume, and stretch your creative muscles! All skill levels and major/minors are welcome. Be inspired by your peers during weekly art projects and community outreach.
Advisor: Andrea Fagerstrom, 701-224-5520
BSC Clay Dusters
The BSC Clay Dusters shoot organized and sanctioned clay target sports in Bismarck. The group currently shoots American trap, but may expand to sporting clays, five-stand and skeet. They shoot in the fall and spring, but meet multiple times throughout the year.
Advisor: Jason Lueder, 701-224-2580
BSC Gaming Mystics
The BSC Gaming Mystics seek to provide interested students with the opportunity to play games in a competitive college environment and compete with their friends. We hold tournaments on campus with prizes to win, and we scrimmage against University of Jamestown as well as other North Dakota esports teams. Games are live streamed, and you can learn how to do that from home as well through the Gaming Mystics. All skill levels are welcome, we play Overwatch, Apex Legends, VR games, and whatever you would like to bring with you.
Advisor: Karen Arlien, 701-224-5501
Campus Crusade is an internationally affiliated Christian organization geared toward fellowship, worship, and community outreach. Stop by the weekly gathering to relax, meet new people, and fellowship.
Advisors: Neal Brown, 701-391-9293 and Amy Helgeson, 701-224-5616
Cyber Club is for students who are interested in Cybersecurity, which includes systems defense and hacking. Club members prepare for and train to compete in cyber competitions such as the CCDC, NCL, and other events around the region.
Advisor: Matthew Frohlich, 701-224-5581
The Energy Club spreads health, happiness, and prosperity to the college and city community. More than just a club for energy students, members participate in and help organize events on campus, participate in or organize community service projects, such as blood drives on campus, and enhance relationships with the energy field.
Advisors: Holly Burch, 701-224-5587, Bill Gieser, 701-663-8788
Farmers Union Collegiate Chapter
The BSC collegiate chapter of the Farmers Union provides an opportunity achieve several academic, educational, and personal development goals through interaction and activities with other BSC students with interests in agriculture, education, or a general interest in rural America. It provides an opportunity for any BSC student to learn more about the bigger picture of the Ag industry while participating in enjoyable activities outside the classroom.
Advisor: Kyle Olson, 701-224-5417
Graphic Design and Communications Club (GDCC)
The Graphic Design and Communication Club aims to create and nurture a love for all aspects of GDCC and to assist anyone in need of help in these fields.
Advisors: Jason Lueder, 701-224-2580, Sean Thorenson, 701-224-5564 and Tom Marple, 701-224-5563
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is a multi-ethnic community where you can meet friends, experience God and change the world.
Advisor: Kimberly Gutierrez, 701-224-5521
BSC Intramurals is a fun chance to be active, meet new people, blow off some steam, and have some fun. We are excited to feature a large number of leagues and one-time events. If you want to have fun and blow off some steam, watch for information for upcoming events today!
Advisor: Amanda Morse, 701-224-5460
The LGBT+ Club provides support, social activities, and education for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, and allied students, faculty, and staff on the BSC campus, in the Bismarck-Mandan community and beyond. Check out their Facebook page.
Advisor: Erin Price, 701-224-5449
Phi Beta Lambda
PBL is the collegiate division of FBLA. PBL's purpose includes leadership, strengthening confidence, developing good working relationships within the community and encouraging community service. Members attend the State Leadership Conference held in the spring and the National Leadership Conference held in June. Students participate in events that are business, computer and other skills.
Advisors: Vickie Volk, 701-224-5505
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is the two-year college national honor society. The local BSC chapter is name Kappa Omicron. The purpose is the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students. Membership is restricted to candidates completing 12 or more credit hours at BSC leading to an associate degree and having a minimum GPA of 3.50.
Advisors: Rachel Southam, 701-224-5613 and Kevin Cavanagh, 701-224-2611
Student Nurses Organization (SNO)
SNO is an organization for students interested in nursing. This is a talented and caring group interested in service projects, educational programs, and interacting with the community. Club members may participate in God's Child Project and travel to Guatemala. If you are excited about nursing, this is a great opportunity to connect.
Advisor: Annie Paulson, 701-224-2468
STEM Club is an organization for students interested in the pursuit of sciences. Mathematics, natural sciences, engineering, computer and information sciences, as well as, the social and behavioral sciences are all areas of interest for peers participating in this club. This club provides members with other views of STEM sciences that may not be provided in classroom lecture or labs.
Advisors: Jennifer Kessler, 701-224-5518, Mike Holman, 701-224-5591
WiSEST is an organization that supports women in STEM and Skilled Trades, as well as inspires the next generation of students while giving back to our community.
Advisor: Ginny Saiki, 701-224-2632