Student organizations provide you with a place to put your passions, ideas, and interests into action. We have 15 active student organizations on campus, and each organization fills a unique niche at LCU. Whether you are interested in student government, business, education, or culture, there is a place for you.
Our student organizations sponsor a variety of campus events throughout the year. Below is a sample of some of the activities, you can help coordinate or participate in while being a member of a student organization. Remember, if you have an idea or an event in mind, get involved and make it happen! Your voice, your world, your campus.
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The goal of the LCU Agriculture Club is to promote agriculture and natural resources across the LCU campus and in the surrounding community in ways such as:
Monthly meetings are held in the Natural Sciences Building, usually in conjunction with a game night or other recreational activity. The Agriculture Club is open to anyone interested in agriculture and natural resources, regardless of major. Membership in the Agriculture Club does not require a rush or pledge process. There is a yearly $20 membership due to join.
For more information contact Dr. Bart Durham.
The purpose of the Behavioral Health Club (BHC) is to provide volunteer services to the community, to better acquaint students who are studying behavioral sciences with behavioral sciences professions, and to educate other students about the field of behavioral sciences. The club verse for the BHC is Proverbs 3:5-6, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight." (NIV)
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The mission of the LCU Economics and Finance Student organization is to support and promote interest in economics and finance as academic disciplines, sources of professional opportunities, and means for advancing financial and civic education. Membership is open to any currently enrolled student at Lubbock Christian University who supports the mission of the organization and is in Good Academic Standing as defined by the LCU Student Handbook.
For more information, contact Dr. Russell Dabbs, Faculty Sponsor.
The mission of the International Student Association (ISA) includes the following:
ISA hosts a number of activities that promote their mission including:
Minority Student Alliance is an organization that focuses on varying cultures and emphasizing diversity on LCU’s campus. MSA aims to allow a space where students can express differing opinions in a safe, judgment-free manner. MSA hopes that by discussing current event issues, students are able to diversify their views on various topics, followed by brainstorming ways in which we can use these differences to strengthen ourselves individually, and strengthen LCU’s campus as a whole.
The LCU Pre-Health Professionals Club is an organization for students pursuing a career in a health-related field. The Pre-Health Club connects students with various professional schools and local health professionals. Club members also arrange service and volunteer opportunities in the healthcare field. The LCU Pre-Health Professionals Club meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 9pm in the Natural Sciences Building room 103.
Membership dues: $10
For more information, please contact Kirt Martin.
The Pre-Vet Club is an organization for pre-vet majors, animal science majors, and animal-lovers alike. The club's goal is to be a helping hand to students who wish to attend vet school some day and provide animal related extracurricular activities to students who are interested. The club is also involved in community service activities.
Student Senate represents the entire student body of Lubbock Christian University. The student voice is an important component of the LCU community and Student Senate is committed to a campus environment that promotes personal growth, spiritual development, and academic achievement.
Student senators represent each college of the university in providing leadership, facilitating student concerns, organizing student activities, and promoting school pride with a Christ centered focus.
Members of Senate help in the planning and organization of many activities on campus, including:
Student Senate provides many opportunities for interested students. If you would like to become involved in senate as a senator, please come by the Student Senate Office, located on the 1st floor of the Mabee Student Life Building (SUB).
The Student Art Education Association (SAEA) strives to promote visual arts and art education both on campus and in the community. Our organization hopes to not only raise awareness about art, but also to build the community’s knowledge about the excellence of the LCU Art Education program. SAEA encourages students to become active members of Texas Art Educators Association (TAEA) both now and in the future.
SAEA partners with Student Senate for activities and exhibits in association with Creative Arts Week and Out of the Darkness Week. We’ve hosted exhibits of student art, and have sponsored the Get sm’ART! and April Art Camps for children in the Lubbock area. We also occasionally take museum and gallery trips to places like Dallas and Santa Fe.
SAEA is open to anyone interested in advancing the visual arts on campus and in the community, who are enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours. We meet once a month and hope you will join us!
For more information, please contact Michelle Kraft.
The purpose of "Students Ending Slavery" is to create opportunities for awareness and education towards the issue of human trafficking and modern day slavery. The organization hosts discussions and events in the hopes to impact LCU and the greater community. For more information, visit facebook.com/SES.LCU/
To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. The LCU chapter meets to see how the mission of LCU and TWLOHA can work together to make an impact on campus.
Because the Student Veteran has different needs and concerns from a traditional student, the mission of the Lubbock Christian University Veterans of Faith is to serve as advocates for Student Veterans, in any respect, that attend Lubbock Christian University by providing essential information and guidance that aids in success and personal growth.
Greater love hath no man than this; that a man lay down his life for his friends.