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Since 1919, ACU has been home to 29 local fraternities and sororities called Social Clubs. They evolved from two campus societies established in 1907 for social connection: Argos and Argens. Those two groups became the Hardings and the Zellners in 1913. Currently 13 clubs are active on campus; seven mens' clubs and six womens' clubs. More than 700 students participate in ACU club life.
Social Clubs have a rich history on campus. They provide a unique opportunity for students to connect and get involved in activities such as intramurals, Sing Song, service projects, retreats, formal social events, devotionals and more. They give students opportunities to develop long-lasting friendships.
Students involved in club are encouraged to value academic excellence. The cumulative GPA of the composite active club member is 3.31, while the average cumulative GPA among all students is 3.18.