We offer a number of student clubs, organizations and activities to get you involved on campus! Contact student life to learn more about how to join, or to start your own club.
Kendall Basketball Club; team plays Fridays in the Windy City Field Club, open to all Kendall students and skill levels.
The Book Club meets quarterly to discuss themes and ideas within a chosen text. Selections range from classics to pop culture, and choices vary depending on the interest of the group.
Student club organizing networking events and volunteer opportunities within the Hospitality industry. Welcoming hospitality students to the world of professional organizations today, so they can embark upon a successful career tomorrow.
Eta Sigma Delta
The International Hospitality Management Society recognizes hospitality students for outstanding academic achievement, service and demonstrated professionalism.
The International Club is devoted to enriching student life through the exploration of the cultures represented within the Kendall community, which includes students from 53 different countries.
Students Encouraging Environmental Development (Seed Club)
Kendall’s environmental club that organizes field trips, herb days in our organic garden and bike week.
Student Government Federation (SGF)
Becoming involved in the SGF is a great way to build leadership skills and have a voice in creating the campus community. SGF represents the student body on various committees and boards within Kendall College, such as the Board of Trustees and Faculty Senate. The SGF works closely with the Office of Student Life & Leadership to sponsor trips and conferences for the student body, and helps develop new groups or clubs when there’s interest.
Student Programming Board (SPB)
This club is dedicated to getting students more involved on campus. Members plan and enjoy a variety of indoor and outdoor events, ranging from rock climbing to performing arts. Students involved in this club enjoy making new friends and playing an active role within the Kendall community.
WEDGE (Cheese Club)
WEDGE meets bi-monthly to share their passion for cheese. This group visits local cheese establishments to immerse themselves into the making and tasting of various cheeses.
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