Club and Organization Directory

Below is a listing of the many clubs and organizations at LC.

If you don't find one that interests you, contact us for information on how to start your own group.

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Latin Club

From the club constitution: The purpose of the club is to promote knowledge and appreciation of Roman cultural and Latin Language, as well as all classical cultures.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Wednesday 530 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel near Brewed Awakenings
Contact: Cody Cole

Lynchburg Chapter of the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society

For all students interested in science who want to become better aquainted with the challenges faced by modern-day chemists. Also, to introduce students to technical materials of the science world, prepare them for a profession in the field of science and allow for students to make connections with other professionals.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Tuesday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hobbs 3rd Floor
Contact: Kelley Duerbeck

Lynchburg College Athletic Training Club

The mission of the club shall be to establish, maintain, and operate a professional organization designed to provide active leadership roles for the Athletic Training students, encourage members to become more involved in campus and community service projects, and to provide funds for student attendance at professional meetings and symposia. The club shall also provide additional educational opportunities for the members, and guest speakers for the general student population at LC.
Meeting Time: Bi-monthly on Thursday 8:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Turner 314
Contact: Marie Salvador

Lynchburg College Student Nurses' Association

The purpose of SNALC is to provide repesentatives of current professional intrest as well as serving the community thgough participation in various service projects in th community. SNALC also resumes the responsibility for contibuting to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality health care.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Friday 3:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Brewer or Schewel
Contact: Brittany Bobbitt

Management Consulting Group

The Management Consulting Group at Lynchburg College is a faculty-student consulting initiative in which teams work on meaningful projects for organizations in the community. Each semester, the team selects a project and applies what they've learned in management major coursework. By the end of the semester, the team will have completed a significant managerial project, built managerial competence (and confidence), and added relevant experience to their resumes. The team will have been useful to yet another organization within the community.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel
Contact: Branden Sledge

Model United Nations

The Lynchburg College NMUN will attend a conference in the spring that brings college aged students from 40+ different countries to New York City to simulate real United Nations experiences. The trip is capped with a trip to the real UN where delegates will be able to simulate what it's like to caucus in the actual seats using the actual devices. In the fall students will work to promote awareness about issues that affect our assignment (country).
Meeting Time: Monthly on Tuesday 10:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Unknown
Contact: Daniel Sweeney

Pre-Doctorate of Physical Therapy

To provide informative sessions about the field of Physical Therapy and gain exposure to different schools, majors, requirements, specialties, and more. Students will also have a chance to tour Lynchburg's own facility, meet professors and students from the program, and make connections with local, practicing Physical Therapists in the Lynchburg area. The goal is to prepare students to take the GRE and become more knowledgeable about their future school and career.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Tuesday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: TBA
Contact: Megan Lively

Psychology Club

The psychology club aims to provide Lynchburg College students with the opportunity to be involved in a social group with other students who share their same interests and enhance their knowledge of psychology.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 1:00 PM 
Meeting Location:
Contact: Claire Propst

Residential Student Organization

The Residential Student Organization is a student run organization that specializes in the residential student population of the LC Community. RSO creates a comfortable living environment by hosting, open forums and entertaining programs. RSO is "A voice for residence hall students (nationally, locally, and on campus)."
Meeting Time: Weekly on Tuesday 5:30 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 109
Contact: Taylor Sands

Sociology Club

This organization is to further special interests in sociology and related problems, to provide guidance in sociological interests, and to broaden campus awareness of social topics.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Friday 2:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel
Contact: Kaitlyn Wall

Honor Societies

Lambda Pi Eta

Lambda Pi Eta is the National Communication Associations official honor society at four-year colleges and universities. As an accredited member of the Association of College Honor Societies Lambda Pi Eta has active chapters at four-year colleges and universities worldwide. LPH represents what Aristotle described in The Rhetoric as three ingredients of persuasion: logos (Lambda), meaning logic; pathos (Pi), relating to emotion; and ethos (Eta), defined as character credibility and ethics. (Description from the Official Lambda Pi Eta website)
Meeting Time: Weekly on Friday 12:00 PM 
Meeting Location:
Contact: Gina Grundman

Phi Eta Sigma

The Lynchburg College chapter of Phi Eta Sigma inducts students who achieve a GPA of 3.5 or higher in their first term, provided they have carried a normal full-time academic load acceptable toward a bachelors degree.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Tuesday 9 PM 
Meeting Location: Changes Weekly - Only officers
Contact: Emma Vdoviak-Markow

Psi Chi

Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Thursday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Psychology Building
Contact: Andy Powers


Catholic Community of Lynchburg College

The Catholic Community provides a spiritual home for all seeking a place to explore and deepen their relationship with God through word, worship, community, service, and evangelization.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Thursday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Spiritual Life Center
Contact: William Wilkes

Catholic Community of Lynchburg College

The Catholic Community provides a spiritual home for all seeking a place to explore and deepen their relationship with God through word, worship, community, service, and evangelization.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Thursday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Spiritual Life Center
Contact: Billy WIlkes

DoC (Disciples on Campus)

The purpose of this student-led organization shall be to provide a welcoming community for all eligible parties for personal and spiritual growth through but not limited to devotionals, discussions, meetings, and other spiritual and social activities.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 6:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Spiritual Life Center
Contact: Emily Vincel

LC Sangha

We are a non-denominational group that works on uniting LC and its students through meditation.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Wednesday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Steps of Hopwood Hall
Contact: Johnathan Bronk

LC Sangha

A non-denominational spiritual group that promotes unity between Lynchburg College and its students through meditation
Meeting Time: Weekly on Wednesday 4:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Steps of Hopwood Hall
Contact: Johnathan Bronk

Lynchburg Christian Fellowship

[lcf] is a student group which exists to provide faith formation opportunities, leadership training and meet the spiritual needs of Protestant, especially Baptist, students on the Lynchburg College Campus.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Wednesday 9:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Center for Spiritual Life
Contact: Sammie Chapman

One Campus Ministry

One Campus Ministry is a Bible study group that is directed at spreading the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ to all those who will lend their ears and have a desire to either create, renew, or strengthen their relationship with the one true God.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hopwood 11
Contact: Sarah Smith


Up Til Dawn

Up til Dawn is a event that raises money for St. Jude Children's Hospital. The event gets the student body involved with St. Jude and their fight against childhood cancer.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Huston Conference Room
Contact: Trisha Barney


Black Student Association

BSA seeks to create a forum for students of all backgrounds to learn about the culture and history of African American people. We encourage cultural, social, and educational growth.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Monday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hopwood 11
Contact: Tia Garner

Kappa Delta Sorority

National organization dedicated to social, philanthropic, and academic achievement.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Sunday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Thompson 101
Contact: Rabbiea Manzoor

Kappa Delta Sorority

The Zeta Nu Chapter is proud to be an active part of campus and the Greek Community at Lynchburg College since our establishment in 1993. Our chapter is composed of amazing women, driven to strive for what is Honorable, Beautiful, and Highest each and every day. Focused on academics, leadership, and philanthropic involvement, sisters live united by the values of Kappa Delta and share the bond of sisterhood throughout their college experience and the years after.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Sunday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Thompson 101
Contact: Dakiri Burkhardt

Sigma Nu Fraternity

The Mu Chi (MX) Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. was founded at Lynchburg College on April 26, 2003. Since then, Mu Chi has been making strides to establish and continue a tradition of excellence on campus. The mission statement of the fraternity is: "To develop ethical leaders inspired by the principles of Love, Honor and Truth. To foster the personal growth of each mans mind, heart, and character. To perpetuate lifelong friendships and commitment to the Fraternity."
Meeting Time: Weekly on Sunday 3:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 217
Contact: DJ Bowles

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

The Virginia Omicron chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon has been on Lynchburg's campus since 1993. We strive to use our cardinal principals of Virtue, Dilligence, and Brotherly Love to make not only our campus and community a better place, but to make ourselves better men. Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) was founded on November 1, 1901 at Richmond College, now the University of Richmond, in Richmond, Va. Since then, SigEp has grown to become one of the largest fraternities in the country. Around 15,000 SigEp undergraduates are on 231 college campuses each year. They are among the more than 300,000 lifetime brothers who have joined since 1901. SigEp was founded with the cardinal principles of Virtue, Diligence and Brotherly Love. Our mission is Building Balanced Men, which is achieved through a commitment to Sound Mind and Sound Body.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Sunday 1:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 208
Contact: Peter Berry

Special Interest

Commuter Student Association

Organization comprised of Commuter, Access, and Graduate students.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Monday 3:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hall 2nd Floor Conference Room
Contact: Joshua L Hall

Gay-Straight Alliance

The Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) creates an accepting environment for all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity through education, support, social action, and advocacy. We believe that schools can be truly safe only when every student is assured of access to an education without fear of harassment or violence.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Thursday 7:30 PM 
Meeting Location: TBA
Contact: Desiree Smith

Love 146

Love 146 is a task force on campus that fights against human trafficking, focused on child sex slavery. We spend the year educating ourselves and others and raising funds for the national organization. LOVE146 VISION The abolition of child sex slavery and exploitation. Nothing less. LOVE146 MISSION Abolition and Restoration! We combat child sex slavery & exploitation with the unexpected and restore survivors with excellence.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Monday 8:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 207
Contact: Holly Herdman

Peer Advocates for Campus Education

We are a Health Promotion group on campus that encourages students to become educated about and take charge of their health through engaging programs on campus.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 214
Contact: Alexandra Cash

Peer Advocates for Campus Education

We are a Health Promotion group on campus that encourages students to become educated about and take charge of their health through engaging programs on campus.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 215
Contact: Alexandra Cash

Phi Kappa Tau

The mission of Phi Kappa Tau is to champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood, learning, ethical leadership and exemplary character.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Sunday 6:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 217
Contact: Matt Anderson

Pre-Med Club

The purpose of this organization shall be to provide students, in the pre-medical and pre-physicians assistant undergraduate programs with a resource for continuing into higher education in the medical field. Our focus will be towards undergraduate students who wish to apply to medical school or physicians assistant programs. Through guest speakers, trips to professional schools, research discussions, and Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) and Graduate Record Examination (GRE) preparation, this organization will facilitate an understanding of the application process and further the interest of the students in the possibilities of the medical profession. This organization will also provide a network for students to learn about shadowing and volunteering opportunities in the health-related fields. This organization will utilize upperclassmen and alumni experience with preparation for and applying to graduate medical school and physicians assistant programs.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Thursday 4:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hobbs
Contact: Desiree Laughlin

Public Relations Student Society of America

The Lynchburg College chapter of the Public Relation Student Society of America (PRSSA) is a student-run organization geared toward exposing students to public relations and preparing them for real-world experience.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 1:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel Hall
Contact: Jonathan McKinney

Relay for Life Committee

This is the official club for students interested in organizing LC's annual Relay For Life event on campus
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 232
Contact: Jessica Hull

Sigma Sigma Sigma

Tri Sigma is a women's sorority established in 1898, whose goal is to establish among its members a perpetual bond of friendship, to develop in them strong womanly character, and to impress upon them high standards of conduct. Our values are wisdom, power, faith, hope, and love. Through our values we serve our community and our national philanthropy, the Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation. Our vision is to provide women with exceptional experiences that empower them to change the world.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Sunday 6:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel
Contact: Paige Hammock

Steppers in Motion

LC's very own step team. We are a non-audition performance group at LC that aims to entertain and engage the LC community with fun step routines.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 8:30 PM 
Meeting Location: Multi-purpose room
Contact: Briana Beale

Steppers in Motions

Lynchburg College's very own step team. Our mission is to showcase a traditional style of step in a fun and modern way to the Lynchburg community, and to engage and entertain others!
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 8:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Multipurpose Roon
Contact: Briana Beale

The Gentleman's Cigar and Pipe Club

The Gentleman's Cigar and Pipe Club meets bi-weekly with the mission of educating members about the history and culture of fine pipe and cigar tobaccos as well as establishing an environment for relaxations and philosophical discussion.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Friday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Outside near Hopwood
Contact: Leif Gustafson

Sport Clubs

Lynchburg College Winter Guard

Winter Guard is a combination of different dance forms ranging from ballet to modern dance in combination with the spinning of flags, rifles, sabres, air blades, swing flags, and other equipment in order to create a visual representation of music. Sometimes props are also used to further enhance the visual representation of the music.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Monday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Wakefield House
Contact: Caitlyn Lebrecht