Clubs & Organizations

Student Organization

 

Get Involved!

There are so may ways to take your education beyond course work at Louisburg.  Joining Student Organizations is a terrific way to make new friends, develop leadership skills, and have fun outside of the classroom!  Take advantage of your time on campus and explore your passions while discovering new ones in your college journey at Louisburg.  

Want to Create a New Club or Student Organization?

Students who have interests beyond our current campus organizations should contact a staff member in the Office of Student Engagement about creating a new student club or organization.  GO HURRICANES! 

Louisburg College Choral & Ensemble are always looking for students with vocal talent and the desire to sing.  The Chorale meets twice a week and performs at the annual Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, supports worship services at Chapel, and regularly sings at area churches and college functions including convocation and commencement.  The group studies classics, folk songs, spirituals, and music from the Broadway stage.

Campus AdvisorSalome Wiley
(919) 497-3329

Every student enrolled at Louisburg College is a member of the Student Government Association.  The purpose of SGA is to promote the interests of the students, to support recognized student organizations, and to provide leadership in organizing and coordinating programs and services for the student body.  For information on current programs, meetings, and getting more involved in all things SGA, contact the Campus Advisor or the Office of Student Life in Davis Hall.

2019-2020 Executive Board
President - Zamariya Clemons
Vice President - Kearra Watson
Secretary - Kenzel Pugh
Treasurer - Kayla Meekins

Campus Advisor - Ron Shidemantle
(919) 497-3247

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.

Campus Advisor - Dr. Mike Safley
(919) 497-3231

The National Society for Leadership & Success (NSLS) or Sigma Alpha Pi is a national organization that helps students discover and achieve their goals.  The Louisburg College Chapter offers an amazing lectures series from some of the nation's leading presenters (open to all students).  Membership is comprised of success-oriented individuals who come together and help each other succeed both within and outside of the classroom.  

Campus Advisor - Ron Shidemantle
(919) 497-3247

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 throughout the academic year.

(919) 497-3127

Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student business organization in the world.  Our mission is to inspire and prepare students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.

Campus Advisor - Brian Sanders
(919) 497-3286

The purpose of the Louisburg College Tae Kwon Do Martial Arts Club (LCTMC) is to provide social, competitive, and athletic opportunities to its members, in addition to participating in leadership development and volunteering for less fortunate children and families in local communities. The LCTMC team seeks an average minimum GPA of 3.0 in academic excellence.

Campus Advisor - SangSoon Koh
(919) 497-3270

Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society is the international honor society of two-year colleges.  The Gamma Upsilon Chapter was chartered at Louisburg College on December 2, 1938 and has for decades supported the mission of recognizing and encouraging scholarship of top Louisburg College students.  Today there are move than two million members in more than 1,250 chapters throughout the world. 

Campus Advisor - Candace Jones
(919) 497-3237

The Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE) is a pre-professional organization for college students interested in a career in education.  The Louisburg College Chapter's goals are to prepare students for their future careers as educators.

Campus Advisor - Kelvin Spragley
(919) 497-3334

The Louisburg College Drama Club exists to promote theatrical awareness and to highlight the involvement of students in the 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.

Campus AdvisorBenjamin Slate
(919) 497-3429

Becoming part of the Louisburg College Dance Company is like becoming part of a new dance family!  Members have amazing opportunities to perform and are given the opportunity to choreograph and dance several works throughout the year.  There are public performances each semester & students are encouraged to reach out to the Director for additional information.

Director of the Dance Company - Ryan McMullen
(919) 497-3166

Hurricane Productions is the College Programming Board that works to provide terrific events, activities, and programs that are social, cultural, educational, spiritual, intellectual, and physical, in accordance with the Mission of Louisburg College.  All students are strongly encouraged to join Hurricane Productions and to get involved in planning great programs for LC students!

Campus Advisor - Melissa Watson
(919) 497-3127 

The Student Alumni Association connects students with networking opportunities 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 annual Golden Anniversary Reunion and gets together for service projects. Our group is energetic and fun! New things are always going on. We would love for you to check us out!

Campus Advisor - Alex Cheek
(919) 495-2995

Our club is designed to teach the basic skills and rules of ultimate frisbee, while building friendships and social connections in an informal athletic setting. The club plays pick up games on campus and welcomes all students to join regardless of experience.  The team also regularly plays against other "club" teams in Raleigh.

Campus Advisor - Brian Sanders
(919) 497-3286

Sigma Kappa Delta is the national English Honor Society for two-year colleges.  The Rho Epsilon Chapter at Louisburg College recognizes excellent students who have achieved an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher and have earned B grades or higher in all English classes.  

Campus Advisor - Tommy Jenkins
(919) 497-3313

The Lou Lit Review is the literary journal at Louisburg College, and is housed in the Humanities Division.  The Journal aims to publish works of experience from as close as a few steps away from us in Franklin County, to as far away as Mumbai.  Students will serve on either our poetry reading group or our flash fiction reading group to determine what work gets into the journal.

Campus Advisor - Tampathia Evans
(919) 497-3279 

SADD is a peer student leadership organization dedicated to preventing destructive decisions (particularly underage drinking), other drug use, impaired driving, teen violence, and teen depression and suicide.  The Louisburg College SADD Chapter coordinates activities and programs several times a year and attends state and national conventions when possible.

Campus Advisor - Fonda Porter
(919) 497-3205 

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 provides opportunities that enable students to practice personal responsibility, think critically, advocate for themselves, engage beyond the classroom, and plan for their futures. 

Campus Advisor - Courtney Brewer
(919) 497-3310

The Louisburg College Gaming Club is designed to allow students to explore their interest in different types of gaming including card games, board games, and video games.  The club meets in the library regularly to play games and hold tournaments. All students are welcome to join and experience community with gaming!

Campus Advisor - Ian Wolf
(919) 497-3349