There are a number of student organizations for music majors at UND.
MuSoUND is for music majors, minors, and any member of a performing ensemble. Run by the students, for the students, the possibilities are endless! MuSoUND's mission is to unite all areas of the Music Department.
NAfME is a collaborative community that supports music educators and advocates for equitable access to music education.
UND Music supports an active NAfME student chapter. Although intended primarily for students pursuing careers in music education, the organization is open to all interested students. For a small dues payment, members receive the Music Educators Journal, Teaching Music, the North Dakota Music Educator, and most benefits accorded full members. The NAfME chapter sponsors numerous events in the Department, including lectures, recitals, and panel discussions.
Pi Kappa Lambda (Iota Kappa Chapter)
The mission of this Society is to provide an organization dedicated to the furtherance
of music in education and education in music in colleges, universities, and other
institutions of higher learning, which offer music degree programs in one or more
The primary objective of the Society is the recognition and encouragement of the highest level of musical achievement and academic scholarship.
The Society is convinced that recognizing and honoring persons who have enhanced their talents by serious, diligent, and intelligent study will stimulate others to do the same.
The first UND members of this prestigious national music fraternity were inducted at Honors Day in spring of 2003.
Music Production Club
We make music. If you're interested in learning how to produce music or if you're a photographer, videographer, instrumentalist, or anything which could be useful to a music project, feel free to join our discord!
Flute Alliance of UND
A collective of flute players at the University of North Dakota created to share in our common interests involving music and the flute in an environment that is conducive to our advancement as flute players, musicians, and informed music consumers.
The Division of Single Reeds
A place where saxophone and clarinet players at UND can gather and share in common interests and learn more about music and their instruments.
Low Brass Club
The Low Brass Club provides unique opportunities to perform in smaller ensembles, thus supplementing a total musical experience. The club also offers unique leadership roles within the club and the ensembles.
Project 88 is an organization directed at all piano majors that aims to give students the opportunity of real-life music management experience in planning professional musical events, such as piano competitions, concerts, and guest artist master classes.
American Choral Directors Association (ACDA)
Founded in 1959, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is a nonprofit music-education organization whose central purpose is to promote excellence in choral music through performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching. In addition, ACDA strives through arts advocacy to elevate choral music's position in American society. The local chapter of the ACDA, an association devoted to choral music in America, is active among choral students within the Department.
The purpose of the Student National Association of Teachers of Singing (SNATS) Chapter at UND is to provide developing singers and teachers advance access to the Association and the opportunity to learn how to talk about vocal education, performance, and science.