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Clubs & Activities
Are you a musician? One of our choirs or intrumental ensembles might be right for you! Our ensembles perform at various events on campus and in the Calgary area, and some even go on tour in Canada and internationally. You don't need to be in the Music program to join or audition. You can also earn credit for your participation.
Chapel Music Teams
Do you sing or play an instrument? Are you interested in the art of worship? We’re looking for people like you to help lead our chapel services in worship through song. This is a great chance to hone your musical skills, collaborate with others, and explore your gifts for leadership and ministry.
Whether you’re a stellar athlete, a superfan, or just someone who likes a good workout, there’s room for you in the Lions Den! Visit the Lions Athletics page for info on tryouts, game schedules, and the athletics facilities on campus.
Our hockey team is a student-led club that competes in the Calgary Adult Hockey League, but the focus is more on fun and recreation than competition. Tryouts take place every fall, and the season runs from October to April.
The Ambrose Athletics Department organizes a variety of intramural activities throughout the year. If sports and games are your thing, check back here for up-to-date info on intramurals. You can also contact the Athletics Department to learn more or suggest an activity.
Student Clubs & Societies
Over the years our students have started a variety of clubs to unite their programs of study or to explore shared interests. If you want to get connected with one of these clubs, ask Student Development for contact information.
- Ambrose Running Club
- Ambrose Outdoors Club
- English Literature Students Association
- League of Aspiring Biologists (LAB)
- Ambrose Business Society
- Enactus Ambrose (for international social entrepreneurship)
- Ambrose Global Missions Society
- Education Student Association
- History Student Association
Don’t see the club you’re looking for? Chances are, other students are looking for it, too! Why not start it yourself and become part of Ambrose history?