Activities Interest Survey

Activities Interest Survey: Tell Us Your Interests!

New Students: please take a moment to complete our Activities Interest Online Survey.

Getting involved in activities outside the classroom is one of the most rewarding aspects of college life. Take a look at the organizations listed below and select any or all of the opportunities in which you might have interest. If you do not see something listed that you are interested in, don't despair! Feel free to contact Associate Dean Brenda Myrthil about the possibility of creating a new organization on campus. Don't miss out on the chance for a great college experience outside the classroom.

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Student Association Leadership Team Entities

  • Produces a bi-weekly student newspaper to inform and enlighten students on campus activities and issues.

  • Represents class and plan activities for the class. Officers are elected positions.

  • Provides sports and recreation throughout the year including badminton, basketball, dodgeball, handball, kickball, racquetball, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball, water polo, and wiffle ball.

  • Represents the student body’s concerns and promotes positive change on campus.

  • Plans and implements campus-wide social activities.


  • Creates community that promotes and encourages the study and practice of communication.

  • Promotes interest in the Criminal Justice, Psychology, and Sociology fields, as well as a sense of fellowship among the students.

  • Implements creative initiatives, inspires lasting change, and infuses hope and excellence. This is a college chapter of the global non-profit organization active in over 40 countries and territories which develops community outreach projects that make social, economic and environmental difference.

  • Helps committed educators be leaders in improving education for global citizenship.

  • Provides a place for math and science students to come together and discuss issues in math and science.

  • Meets once a month to plan events and service projects and fundraisers for the academic year. Projects include BP screenings, events at local hospitals, fundraisers for trans-cultural trips, and social activities.

  • Supports professional and service activities outside of the classroom, in partnership with the Student Education Association.

  • Advances and diffuses knowledge of physics, encourages interest in physics, and introduces students to the professional community.

  • Promotes dialogue on important topics facing the field of education and teachers in the workplace, and plans service projects/fundraisers for local children.

  • Provides experiences for students interested in a career with law enforcement through volunteer patrol shifts.

  • Furthers learning and social skills in the field of Social Work.


  • Provides students with the full Gospel to encourage them to develop their full potential as Christian

  • Serves through ministry in music, arts, scripture and dramatic reading, prayer, testimonies, and working with the Chapel sound/video team.

  • Connects with other Rochester campus Cru organizations and impacts our community. Win, build, and send.

  • Promotes and encourages spiritual growth for athletes at Roberts, while seeing the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches.

  • Feeds the hungry and shows the love of Christ through the partnership with Rochester Family Mission.

  • Builds accountability and encourages men to discover how to be better servants of God.

  • Cross-cultural experiences that allow you to communicate God’s truth and love through service, music, teaching, and relationship building. Past mission trips include Africa, Costa Rica, Eastern Europe, Habitat for Humanity, Ireland, and Mexico.

  • Builds accountability and encourages women to discover how to be better servants of God.

  • Develops life-long leaders on campus who will have the opportunity to serve and impact the lives of adolescents.

Special Interest

  • Fosters connections among Catholic students on campus.

  • Raises awareness of Israel, counters anti-Semitism, mobilizes students to support Israel.

  • Reflects upon the world creativity through creative writing.

  • Raises ecological awareness and promotes good ecological practices on the Roberts campus.

  • The Fellowship of Revolutionaries Empowering the Enslaved (FREE) fights against human trafficking.

  • Helps international students connect with American students, builds relationships, and provides a place to share about cross-cultural experiences

  • Facilitates positive connections among students across all disciplines and makes accommodations as partners with the BELL (Bridge to Earning, Learning, and Living) program.

  • Encourages outdoor exploration of God’s creation through hiking and other outdoor activities.

  • Supports RWC athletic teams through cheerleading and helps get the fans excited at sporting events while maintaining Christian standards. Contemporary Without Compromise.

  • Celebrates cancer survivors, remembers loved ones, and unites in our commitment to fight against cancer.

  • Provides an opportunity for students to ski/snowboard and create a sense of community.

  • Breaks barriers and builds bridges by accepting, embracing, and celebrating people from all cultures.

  • Creates and instructs a community of people who enjoy swing dancing.

Music and Performing Arts

  • Performs an array of styles ranging from early Baroque to modern music. This ensemble rehearses weekly, performs a concert each semester, and typically consists of trumpets, French horn, tuba, and trombone.

  • Studies choral works from all major artistic periods, rehearses three times per week, performs a concert each semester, and takes an annual tour in the spring. Auditions are required.

  • Rehearses weekly and performs a concert each semester, as well as other special events.

  • This student-led group gathers to write, direct, and perform student-initiated productions.

  • Rehearses weekly and performs a concert each semester, encompassing a diverse repertoire from Baroque through 20th century contemporary pieces.

  • Exposes the Roberts community to American Gospel music while providing students and faculty with another style of worship.

  • Seeks to explore guitar repertoire from many artistic periods and influences.

  • Rehearses weekly and performs composed and improvised music derived from the American big band tradition, African American composers, contemporary classical music, and more. Auditions are required.

  • Led by students, this all-female a capella group performs both on and off-campus.

  • Performs a capella, southern gospel, quartet styles of music. For men both majoring and not majoring in music.

  • Rehearses weekly and performs a concert each semester. Auditions are required.

  • Provides a high quality orchestral musical experience. The Orchestra consists of approximately 60 RWC students and Rochester area musicians, and performs a concert each semester. Auditions are required.

  • Performs chamber music from standard quartets to larger works for saxophone ensemble. The group rehearses weekly and performs a concert each semester.

  • Includes string players and performs a concert each year.

  • Faculty-led aspects of theatrical productions including acting, production, backstage, set, and promotion.

  • Rehearses three times per week, performs a concert each semester, tours in the spring. Auditions are required.

  • Includes women both majoring and not majoring in music. No audition is required.

  • Includes flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, French horn and performs a concert each year.

Is there another student organization or sport that is not offered in which you would like to participate? If so, please list it below: