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The official student activities calendar is maintained in the Student Services Center. All requests for official college-sponsored events must be submitted in writing to the Student Activities Director at least one week (seven days) prior to the event. The request must be signed by the sponsor and the president of the organization.

The following students clubs and organizations are currently active at Redlands.

Students from Redlands competing in locally televised and national NAQT quiz bowls.

The main objective of the Aggie Club is to promote western heritage through activities involving competition and participation in agriculture-related events.

The objective of the art club is to appreciate and experience art in many different forms. Field trips and hands-on experiences are offered.

The Baptist Collegiate Ministries is an organization which provides opportunities for Christian nurture, fellowship and service. Membership is open to students of all faiths.

The Honors Program at Redlands is a construct of course work which offers academically talented students stimulating class experiences and interaction with other exceptional students. This program promotes academic excellence and its diverse course work challenges Honors students to achieve their full potential while fostering their talents and exceptional abilities.

The Library Club is a service organization that promotes awareness about the library, as well as literature, the arts, and culture. Any student, faculty, staff member, or alumnus of Redlands is eligible to join the Library Club. Members of the Library Club provide service to Redlands and the greater El Reno community. We assist others who have similar objectives and create and implement our own service projects as well. Any funds raised through Library Club projects are used to support the library and its mission to further the educational goals of the students, faculty, and staff of Redlands.

Mu Alpha Theta is the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics. Mu Alpha Theta organizes meetings and activities to promote the understanding of mathematics as a subject and enhance the appreciation for mathematics for students and faculty. As a student chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, students and faculty explore new developments and careers in the field of mathematics and related fields, and provide opportunities for both students and faculty to collaborate.

The Native American Student Organization promotes an awareness and an appreciation of the Native American experience. Contact Lisa Comer or Barbara Cox for more information on how to get involved at

Phi Theta Kappa is the only national honor society for two-year colleges in the United States. Membership is offered to those two-year college students who have “established academic excellence as judged by the college faculty.” Initiates must have completed at least 12 hours of college work with a GPA of 3.25 or higher, must be judged of good moral character, and must possess the qualities of good citizenship. The Redlands Chapter, Alpha Beta Upsilon, extends invitations twice per year, but students who meet the requirements may join at any time. The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among students of two-year colleges in the United States. Members of Alpha Beta Upsilon Chapter have the opportunity to participate in the National Honors Institute. In addition, they are responsible for helping the chapter meet its commitment as a service organization to Redlands, the community, and the national Phi Theta Kappa organization.

The Photography Club strives to inspire people to enjoy photographs and photo safari.

The Redlands Student Nursing Association is designed to advance the professionalism of nursing students by giving them the chance not only to meet each other and their instructors in a non-structured setting, but also to meet students from around the state at state convention. Both Category I and Category II nursing students can join the group, which combines professional development with instructional and community service.