Clubs & Organizations
Student organizations provide leadership development and social growth that complement academic life. Most organizations are open to any member of the student body, while some have GPA or other requirements for membership. Student organizations are governed by a constitution and supervised by a faculty or staff advisor.
As students join and lead student organizations on campus, advisors assist them in their development as campus leaders and encourage them to set organizational goals and achieve their objectives. Advisors offer advice and skill-building workshops to students as they propose new groups, lead organizations, plan events, and enhance community on campus.
Planning an event?
All clubs and organizations are required to use this form to plan your campus events.
Want to create a new club?
Students who have interests beyond our current campus organizations should contact a staff member of the Student Engagement staff about creating a new student club or organization.
A non-sectarian group, the Christian Life Council coordinates all campus religious activities and certain service projects in which students are involved. Open to all students, this group meets weekly for fellowship and study. It sponsors Bible study groups, discussions of timely topics an off-campus retreat, as well as assists with the planning and leading of weekly Chapel services during the school year.
Advisor - Shane Benjamin
The Commuters Organization serves as the voice for commuting students and seeks to advocate for the needs of this important population of students. The council is advised by the Director of Residence Life and meets regularly to discuss items of concern for commuting students as well as plan programs and events for this group. One member of the Commuters Organization also serves as a voting member of the Student Government Association Student Council, and all commuters are eligible to hold office in either the SGA Executive or Student Council.
Advisor - Chris Reid
Hurricane Outreach is Louisburg College's community service organization. The purpose of Hurricane Outreach is to help those in the Louisburg community and to instill volunteer efforts in the students of this college. The members of this organization plan and implement on and off campus volunteer opportunities for the students and staff of the college to participate in.
Advisor - Lauren Wilkerson
This organization shall be known as the Louisburg College Tae Kwon Do Martial Arts Club shall be LCTMC. The purpose of the LCTMC is to provide social, competitive, and athletic opportunities to its members, in addition to participation in a leadership volunteering for less fortunate children and families in local communities. The LCTMC team seeks an average minimum GPA of 3.0 in academic excellence.
Advisor - SangSoon Koh
The Louisburg College Drama Club exists to promote theatrical awareness and to highlight the involvement of students in a phases of performance art. The Drama Club is a part of the thriving arts community on the Louisburg College campus. Students are expected to participate in activities on campus and to journey off campus as a group to attend various educational theatre events and conferences. Exceptional students in drama and theatre will be invited to join the Delta Psi Omega Theatrical Fraternity, in recognition of their service to the theatrical arts at Louisburg College.
Advisor - Wally Hurst
Made Men's purpose is to inspire college age males to do their very best and to be their best in character, to provide a positive outlet for college age males to discuss issues pertaining to men, to positively impact the town of Louisburg, NC. Membership is open to all male students enrolled at Louisburg College as well as male faculty.
Advisor - Mack Carr
The Residence Life Council (RLC) is a terrific opportunity to get involved in campus life, meet people, and learn how to organize events, tackle issues and gain invaluable leadership experience. The RLC is a student organization that represents the students who live on campus in College managed residence halls. This body is made up of elected members from each residence hall and student volunteers.
Advisor - Chris Reid
The Student Alumni Association connects students with networking via each other and with other alumni. While a student group, we also support the LC Alumni Office with various activities that allow for further alumni interaction. The group meets monthly and we also go out into the community and/or meet at other times for fellowship. In the fall, SAA can be found in such places as the Tar River Festival and participating in Homecoming festivities. In the spring, SAA interacts with alumni during the Golden Anniversary Reunion and gets together for a service project. Our group is energetic and fun! New things are always going on. We would love for you to check us out!!
Advisor - Alex Cheek
A club designed to teach the basic skills and rule of ultimate frisbee, while building friendships and social connections in an informal athletic setting. The club will play pick up games with all students welcome to join regardless of experience, and will have the option to go play against some other "club" teams down in Raleigh.
Advisor - Brain Sanders
Emerging Leaders is a living learning community designed for first-year collegiate men and women who express an interest in exploring their leadership skills through the intersection of identity development, current trends, and campus involvement. The Emerging Leaders LLC will provide opportunities that will enable students to practice personal responsibility, think critically, advocate for themselves, engage beyond the classroom, and plan for their futures.
Advisor - Chris Reid