Find new ways to work on your favorite craft, expand a hobby, enjoy some playful competition, or learn a new skill in any of our student-led clubs.
Ars Longa seeks to facilitate students of all academic disciplines in creating works of visual art and promoting visual arts events campus-wide. Ars Longa has hosted renowned artists to campus, organized student photography exhibitions, held weekly figure-drawing classes, and offered off-campus ceramic workshops. The club also maintains the darkroom, located in the basement of Belk Visual Arts Center.
Davidson College Bee Club allows students, faculty, and staff to have fun by familiarizing themselves with honeybees and the practice of beekeeping, using the beehives on campus as learning tools.
Volunteers are paired one-on-one with physically and/or developmentally challenged youth to take lessons in a variety of recreational activities, such as soccer and dance. Sessions take place once a week for about an hour.
Join fellow knitters, crocheters and other stitchers to make projects serve local and world communities. The club meets once a week in the Union for an hour to discuss projects, get instruction, and stitch together. All levels are welcome and club meetings include lessons for those who have never knitted before.
Running Club provides students with an opportunity to pursue, or to initiate, a love of running outside the established varsity teams, while still fostering a sense of "togetherness."
Connect with men and women on campus who hunt or fish and promote wildlife education, conservation and ethics.
Share ideas and work to promote achievement in academics and athletics among varsity athletes.