Clubs and Organizations

There's a club or organization to suit every interest and lifestyle. Offerings include academic organizations, cultural/international clubs, sororities and fraternities, special interest groups and religious organizations, among many others.

  • Were you part of the Student Council in high school? Join the Student Government Association.
  • How about helping out in the community through Knights in the Community or Students for the Poor?
  • Or supplement your major by joining the hospitality, sports management, fashion management or pre-health professions clubs.
  • And sororities and fraternities are well represented.

Academic organizations

  • CEO–an entrepreneurially focused business organization
  • Hospitality Club–a hospitality and event planning-based organization
  • Kappa Delta Pi (Education)-a professional honor society for education majors and those interested in the field
  • Law and Justice Club - educates students on the field of criminal justice
  • National Broadcasting Society (NBS)–engages students in electronic media, broadcasting, mass communication, radio, television, cable and electronic media fields
  • Psi Chi (Psychology)–represents present and future interests of psychology majors;  helps in acquiring further knowledge and study of psychology
  • Student Research Association–encourages students from various areas of campus to conduct research for practical experience in a variety of fields

Community service and civic engagement

  • Adults Supporting Kids-a volunteer program that helps children in South Florida by tutoring, raising funds and providing events for them
  • Best Buddies-pairs students with developmentally disabled individuals to foster one-to-one friendships

Cultural and international clubs

  • Black Student Union–serves to enhance the education of the African-American society through community service and cultural education programming
  • Chinese Culture Club–promotes Chinese culture and provides a fun place to learn more about Chinese culture and language
  • Gay Straight Alliance–provides a welcoming, safe and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning youth and their straight allies

Greek life

  • Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity–nationally recognized fraternity offering men the opportunity to participate in community service and social experiences
  • Greek Council–acts as the governing board of Greek Life, advocating for Greek student needs on campus
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
  • Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority–offers social, leadership and philanthropic opportunities, as well as lifetime bonds of sisterhood
  • Theta Phi Alpha
  • Zeta Beta Tau-the oldest and largest historically Jewish fraternity with over 50 years of non-sectarian brotherhood

Leadership and governing organizations

  • Knights of the Roundtable (KOR)-offers leadership to the student body; promotes school spirit; members serve as host to campus visitors for important events
  • Student Activities Board (SAB)-plans and organize a variety of events for students, ranging from lectures and java jams to games shows and comedians

Spiritual organizations

  • CRU-interdenominational, Christian student organization to help share the gospel of Jesus Christ
  • Chabad Student Association–promotes Jewish awareness on campus; provides educational, ritual and social activities, as well as counseling and spiritual guidance
  • Hillel Club-provides social and educational programming focusing on Jewish holidays, scholarships and history

Special interest groups

  • Animal Welfare Club-promoting animal rights, raising awareness of animal issues and volunteering for various animal rights-related initiatives
  • Drama Club-a place for students to experience the arts and perform in a fun, friendly setting
  • Freedom Writers-a creative writing club focusing on poetry and spoken word
  • Graphic Novels Club–A group to create interest in the graphic novel as a literary genre and art form, meeting to discuss, read and create original works in the graphic novel genre
  • iPulse–the official student newspaper produced by students; addresses campus, state, national and international issues, concerns and events
  • LU Records-offering students the chance to produce and record music on campus


  • Cheer–a team consisting of male and female students interesting in promoting spirit to the university community during basketball games and other university functions
  • Dance–“Knightros” hip hop dance team open to male and female students; performs at basketball games and various university functions
  • Rugby Football Club–promotes teamwork, sportsmanship, discipline and understanding of the sport
  • Runner’s Club–fosters a strong camaraderie among running in the Lynn community for all skill levels and experience
  • Soccer–represents a variety of players from varying skill levels; promotes teamwork, sportsmanship, discipline and an understanding of the sport
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