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Accounting and Finance Club
This club serves as an opportunity for those interested in these programs to get answers. Furthermore, collaboration on projects and creating networking systems within the field is encouraged.
Staff Advisor: Steven Coleman - 6194 / email@example.com
Black Student Union (BSU)
BSU is a Student Directory Group that offers black students a form of identity and a social life. The purpose of BSU is to promote and sustain an atmosphere that is conducive to the political, cultural, social, spiritual, economic, and educational growth of minority students and the University community at-large. The group seeks to provide an on-campus home for all that are in search of a community they can call their own.
Staff Advisor: Byron Gettis - 6115 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Bible Study - Sojourn
This bible study exists with the purpose to glorify God and make joyful disciples starting here in Belleville and to the ends of the earth. This study is supported by Sojourn Church of Belleville; we gather to study the Bible, learn about Jesus Christ, and to have fellowship.
Advisor: Daniel Restrepo - 6249 / email@example.com
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
Campus Activities Board members work together to get in touch with the student body to find out what they really want to see happening on the LU-Belleville campus. This organization provides fun and culturally-enriching extracurricular events on campus and throughout the community.
Staff Advisor: Corey Ellzey - 6171 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Criminal Justice Club
Whether you’re pursuing a degree in criminal justice or just interested in the subject, the Criminal Justice Club gives students the chance to learn more about the fields of law enforcement, the court system, and corrections.
Enactus is an international organization allowing college students to use their business skills to improve the lives of others. At the same time, the students gain valuable experience, have networking opportunities with some of the nation’s largest companies, and become involved in improving their community. Enactus teams are student led with the assistance of a faculty advisor. Our Enactus team develops and executes outreach projects to help improve the lives of others through the positive power of business. Our team will present its projects and results at regional and national competitions each year. Students may take the Enactus class for either zero or one credit hour. The course may be repeated for one credit hour up to four times for a maximum of four credit hours.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Mark Roselli - 6206 / email@example.com
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of lives, one heart at a time. Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high, and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA is the largest Christian sports organization in America and focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering, and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
Staff Advisor: Stephanie McGovern - 6057 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Hyperlynx will provide students with an opportunity to explore and research topics in interactive media and web design that go beyond what is taught in the classroom. The organization will serve as a collaborative, creative environment where students can share ideas, experiment with new technology, and foster a culture of curiosity and innovation on the LU Belleville campus.
Staff Advisor: Derek Dadian-Smith - email@example.com
International Student Organization
We exist with the purpose of serving the international student population on campus; by developing ways to support needs among international students. Also, sharing culture and educating those around us.
Staff Advisor: Daniel Restrepo - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindenwood Student Government Association – LSGA
Student Government members work together with other clubs and organizations to provide activities and programs for the entire campus and community. If you want your voice to be heard or see a future in politics, this is the perfect organization for you.
LU-Belleville Athletic Training Association
This club’s purpose is to instill leadership qualities and professional development among young individuals within the Lindenwood University-Belleville Athletic Training program.
Staff Advisor: William Dill - 6109 / email@example.com
Lynx Tale Student Newspaper and Yearbook Committee
Have you ever thought about a career in journalism? Do you want to leave a legacy at Lindenwood? If your answer is yes, then the Lynx Tale Student Newspaper and Momentum Yearbook Committee are for you. These organizations allow you to be creative and a part of the action at LU-Belleville.
Faculty Advisor: Brendan Leahy - 6260 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Psychology Club is to give students out-of-classroom learning experiences in fields related to psychology through events. Members aim to contribute to LU-Belleville and the community at large in the form of community service projects relating to psychology.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Diana Jacobs - 6178 / email@example.com
Red Cross Club
This student organization assists in organizing and working at all Red Cross Blood Drives on campus. Club members work closely with the Red Cross of Southwestern Illinois to raise awareness of blood drives and the importance of donating blood.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Rick Finger - 6177 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spectrum Alliance
This alliance will provide student-oriented awareness on issues of social justice throughout the campus community. Predominantly, the Alliance is dedicated to supporting issues that may impact the LGBT community. The alliance stresses equality among all people.
Vibrant Interpretations Book Club
Members of this club read and discuss a variety of novels, short stories, nonfiction pieces, poetry collections, biographies, and plays with one another. Various interpretations, thoughtful analysis, and respectful debates amongst those participating are highly encouraged.
Staff Advisor: Jessica Bentele - 6072 / email@example.com