What's Your One?
Getting involved in an organization at LSSU is a great way to develop teamwork and leadership skills, meet new friends, discover a new passion, develop time management skills, and also build a strong resume. Why not PICK ONE today?
AcademicsThere is a broad range of organizations for LSSU students who want to begin building their academic involvements outside the classroom. Academic organizations are a great way to get hands on training outside of the classroom through special projects and conferences. There are various clubs to choose from throughout the academic departments.
- Arts, Letters, Social Sciences and Emergency Services
- Natural and Mathematical Sciences
- Astronomy Club
- Chemistry and Environmental Sciences Club
- Exercise Science
- Fisheries and Wildlife Club
- Geographic Informational Sciences Club (GIS)
- Geology Club
- Microbiology Club
- Professional Student Recreation Association (Rec Club)
- Society of Conservation Biology of the Upper Peninsula
- Students for a Sustainable Lake State
- Student Athletic Training Association (SATA)
- Nursing and Health Sciences
Campus RecreationLSSU Campus Recreation promotes student success and is dedicated to serve LSSU and surrounding communities by encouraging healthy lifestyles through fun, purposeful and quality programs, student development, and leadership opportunities. Through Campus Recreation you can have fun in the outdoors, get together at your leisure, stay fit through Intramural activities or keep your competitive edge through Club Sports. Campus Recreation offers a variety of activities to fit your busy schedule.
Greek LifeGreek Life provides a welcoming social structure for many students at LSSU. Recruitment includes a series of events and opportunities (in September and January) through rush for new students to learn more about the specific fraternities and sororities on campus. The Greek Life community offers a variety of choices for a diversity of membership interests and philanthropies.
Honors/ProfessionalThe Honors and Professional organizations at LSSU provide you with that extra edge to make the most out of your academic experience. Through these organizations, you can fine tune your leadership traits, prepare for standardized testing and everything else you need to reach your career goals.
Leadership within the Student AssemblyThe Student Assembly, also called the Big 7, is the hub of student involvement at LSSU. Through student paid fees, the Student Assembly is able to enhance your LSSU experience through events, conferences, trips, and more.
Religious OrganizationsReligion can be an important part of a student’s life. While you are at LSSU, take time to see what our religious organizations have to offer, these organizations might be what you are looking for in your time away from home.
Special Interest OrganizationsRemember, it only takes 5 students to start a new club. As you can see from the special interest organizations, any ideas you have for a club see where it takes you. At LSSU, we want to have a club to meet everyone’s tastes.
VolunteeringVolunteering is a great way to help your community. At LSSU, engaging in service projects not only on campus but in the community is something that many LSSU students participate in. There are many ways to connect with volunteer opportunities, if you are looking for something, or just want to help — check out these organizations or stop by our Volunteer!LSSU Center located in room 100 in the Walker Cisler Center.
- Alpha Phi Omega
- College Positive Volunteerism
- Colleges Against Cancer
Caitlyn SchmitigalCaitlyn is in her third year majoring in Elementary Education with a Language Arts minor. She has worked various jobs on campus and been involved a great deal. This is Caitlyn’s second year as the Street Team manager for Activities Board where she plans all the major contracted events for Activities Board. Caitlyn’s favorite part about being involved is ”that it has allowed me to meet some awesome new people and plan some great events with Activities Board (with the help of my team) for Laker Week.“
Zack HarveyZack chose and fell in love with LSSU because of the small campus and class sizes. This small campus helped Zack to get involved in a number of activities, including Activities Board and the Student Athletic Training Association that gives him experience within his desired field. Zack’s favorite experience at LSSU has been ”working for Campus Life over the summer and getting to help plan Laker Week by seeing what goes on behind the scenes.“
Carly SassCarly is in her third year, majoring in Homeland Security and Law Enforcement. Besides working for Campus Life, Public Safety and the Learning Center, she is also the Director of Activities Board. Carly’s favorite thing about being at LSSU is that ”because of it's small size, it is super easy to get involved and make a difference. Activities Board is really a positive influence and has allowed me to make a difference at LSSU.“