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.

Departmental | Honor Societies | Music/Performing Arts | Religious/Spiritual | Service | Social | Special Interest | Sport Clubs


English Club

The Lynchburg College English Club develops and cultivates the literary acumen of the LC community and provides a forum for the thoughtful discourse and examination of issues related to the English language. Membership is open to all students enrolled at Lynchburg College - especially English majors and minors! The club meets monthly, and all are invited to attend any of the programs. Activities include poetry slams, readings by students and faculty, career planning and graduate school advising sessions, and several receptions with great food.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Thursday 7 PM 
Meeting Location:
Contact: Janine Fowler

Hispanic Society

The Hispanic Society of Lynchburg college promotes the celebration of all Latin American and Spanish cultures.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Tuesday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hopwood
Contact: Nancy Muro

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 Tuesday 4:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel
Contact: Heather Dommer

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

Pre-Med, Pre-PA Club

Pre-Med, Pre-PA is an informational club. We have guest speakers from DO, MD, and PA schools, as well as guest speakers already in their careers as a health professional.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Wednesday 4:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hobbs 317
Contact: Shaila Crumpton

Residential Student Organization

RSO is an organization for the residents on LC's campus. We host a few events each semester for our residents, including bingo, trick or treat with Monster Bash, and campus BBQ. We also are here for the residents, hearing their problems in the residence halls, townhomes, apartments, or houses and trying to fix those problems. Every resident is already a member of RSO!
Meeting Time: Weekly on Thursday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hopwood 11
Contact: Shaila Crumpton

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

Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society

This club is comprised primarily of science majors who want to promote an interest in chemistry in the student body, as well as increase their own understanding in the field.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Thursday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hobbs Hall
Contact: Joshua Welfare

Student Chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery

The organization is devoted to connecting young people who share a common interest in modern computing.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 1:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hobbs 113
Contact: Anthony McBride

Honor Societies

Kappa Pi International Honorary Art Fraternity

Kappa Pi is an international honorary art fraternity with the purpose of uniting artists who care about art in its role in life. This fraternity bonds conscientious artists together to form a unit which is influential in the art department as well as the community. To become a member of Kappa Pi, one must first meet the minimum requirements: 1. Completion of 12 semester hours in art 2. Attainment of an overall "B" average in all art courses 3. An overall academic average of "C" 4. Produces outstanding artwork
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Tuesday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 111 (Mac Lab)
Contact: Adrian Walker

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

Music/Performing Arts

Alpha Psi Omega

Alpha Psi Omega is a National Theatre Honor Society with Lynchburg College as the Epsilon Cast, the fifth oldest in the nation. Alpha Psi Omega has enjoyed continuous national growth and, with over 600 casts, is the largest national honor society in America. Colleges and universities of recognized standing, having an established theatre program or theatre club for the purpose of producing plays, will be eligible for membership.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Tuesday 5:30 PM 
Meeting Location: Dillard
Contact: Melissa Cassese

American Choral Director's Association

The purposes of ACDA are as follows: - To foster and promote choral singing - To foster and promote the finest types of choral music - To foster & encourage rehearsal procedures conducive to attaining the highest level possible in musicianship - To foster & promote the development of choral groups of all types at LC. - To foster and promote the intelligent understanding of choral music as win important medium of artistic expression - To disseminate professional news and information about choral music.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Monday 5:45 PM 
Meeting Location: Hebb 01/Hebb 02
Contact: Brooke Niblett


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. All are welcome.
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


The largest Jewish campus organization in the world, Hillel provides opportunities for Jewish students to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity. Hillel helps students find a balance in being distinctively Jewish and universally human by encouraging the pursuit of tzedek (social justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world), and Jewish learning.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Friday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Spiritual Life Center
Contact: Michael Romano


(IF)seeks to provide weekly on-campus services for the LC community. As such the services are an intentional fusion of Protestant church culture. (IF) strives to utilize the gifts and talents of the LC community to provide worship leadership.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Sunday 3:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Sydnor or the Chapel
Contact: Emmanuel Scotland

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

InterVarsity is an interdenominational and evangelical campus ministry that focuses on Christian discipleship, fellowship, and a concern for missions. At Lynchburg College our desire is two-fold: to provide a place for Christians to come together in order to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ and each other, and to provide a place where students who are interested in finding out more about God can do so at their own pace.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Thursday 7:30 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 209
Contact: William "Jamie" Brown

LC Sangha

LC Sangha is a community focused on the teachings of Buddha. The sangha functions as a welcoming haven for people of all faiths, genders, sexual orientations, races, political affiliations, and socio-economic classes. LC Sangha will: -Educate LC students, faculty, and staff about different cultures related to and/or connected with Buddhism -Inform students about the philosophy of Buddhism -Foster the Buddhist objective of interconnectedness -Promote meditation and chanting to help students, faculty, and staff deal with everyday stress
Meeting Time: Weekly on Wednesday 4:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Steps of Hopwood (facing the Dell)
Contact: Elizabeth Dawson

LC Sangha

A non-denominational spiritual group that promotes unity between Lynchburg College and it's students through meditation.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Tuesday 4:30 PM 
Meeting Location: Steps of Hopwood
Contact: Johnathan Bronk

Lynchburg Christian Fellowship

The organization exists to provide community for evangelical Christians. It's primary expression is found in a weekly time of fellowship and study.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Wednesday 1900 PM 
Meeting Location: CSL Terrace Level
Contact: Derrick McCabe

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: Monthly on Friday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Wake Field House
Contact: Sarah Smith


Circle K International

Community Service organization
Meeting Time: Weekly on Wednesday 4:30 PM 
Meeting Location: Psychology Building
Contact: Joanna Torres

Red Cross Club

The Red Cross club is an organization that is an extension from the Virginia Mountain Region American Red Cross to alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers through education and fundraising and working throughout the community.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hopwood 5
Contact: Whitney Whalen

Sigma Iota Delta Sigma Theta

Collegiate Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated was founded on January 13, 1913 on the campus of Howard University by twenty-two collegiate women. The Sigma Iota Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was chartered in April 1995 by 11 illustrious women.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Thursday 6:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Lynchburg College
Contact: Dana Hawkins

Speak Up LC

Mental disorder awareness club. We would raise money and awareness for mental disorders and treatment facilities that help treat those who are suffering with one. We will raise awareness through connecting to local high schools and middle schools and speaking to their health classes about mental disorders, their dangers, how people perceive people who have a mental disorder, causes and ways to be treated and get help. We will also raise awareness by handing out green ribbons that represent mental disorder awareness. Along with this we hope to get speakers to tell their stories. We will raise money through holding school-wide activities such as cake walks, collecting items for treatment facilities that are needed. Also by doing fundraiser walks and competitions at LC. Mental Disorders affect many students and many people world-wide. This club and organization will be a support system for those suffering and also raise awareness for it.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Wednesday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Shewel
Contact: Emily Robbins

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

Lynchburg College Anime Club

A club design to for the viewing,discussion, and appreciation of anime and Japanese culture.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 1:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 209
Contact: Chistina Reinhardt

Psychology Club

The psychology club is for all students interested in psychology to join with faculty and other students who share their same interest.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Tuesday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location:
Contact: Claire Propst

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

Gay-Straight Alliance

Lynchburg College Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) is to create 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: Weekly on Thursday 7:30 PM 
Meeting Location: Flynn Multicultural Center
Contact: Alexis Simmers-Swanson

LC Hula Hoop Club

LC Hula Hoop Club is an organization that exists to allow students a space to learn and share skills and tricks involved in hula hooping. Anyone and everyone is invited to come share what they know and learn something new!
Meeting Time: Weekly on Saturday 2:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Turner Multipurpose Room
Contact: Alicia M. Morris

Lynchburg College Entrepreneurs Organization

Students start student-run businesses to further the mission of Lynchburg College.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 3:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 229
Contact: Natalie Pruitt

Lynchburg College Environmental Sustainability Society

Lynchburg College Environmental Sustainability Society is a special interest organization committed to raising awareness about environmental issues, and to reducing our environmental impact as individuals, as a community, and as citizens of the world.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Monday 8:00 PM 
Meeting Location: SHWL.229
Contact: Akossiwa 'Elise' Togbe

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

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 Thursday 4:00 PM 
Meeting Location: SHWL 217
Contact: Mariah Burgess

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 Nu

Sigma Nu Fraternity was founded in 1869 at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia. Sigma Nu Fraternity was founded against hazing.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Sunday 1:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Schewel 207
Contact: Billy Saulle

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

Writers Society

Writers Society is an organization for anyone interested in creative writing. During meetings, we workshop pieces written by our members and partake in fun writing activities that are beneficial to the development of the writer.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Thursday 7:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Hopwood
Contact: Deirdre Scanlon

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

Paintball Club

The tournament paintball team of Lynchburg College.
Meeting Time: Monthly on Wednesday 8:00 PM 
Meeting Location:
Contact: Charles Hanssel

Winter Guard

The purpose of the organization is to provide a space for members to create and perform choreography.
Meeting Time: Weekly on Monday 5:00 PM 
Meeting Location: Wake Field House
Contact: Natalie Romine