Students kayaking outside of Beckwith Hall

Student Clubs

Join an existing club or group

Start your own Club!

Do you want to rally with other to protect the environment? Start a Go Green Club. Do you like expressing yourself? Form a Writers' Club. Want to sharpen your career skills? Be a founding member to a club related to your major. It's really up to you!

Because trends change from year to year, and sometimes semester to semester, the Office of Student Life remains flexible to student’s requests to form new clubs and organizations based on levels of interests. Contact the Director of Student Life in room D103 or call (269) 927-8150 for more information.

Not only is starting a club easy, it’s a great way to build your resume, sharpen your leadership skills and have something interesting to talk about when you apply to a 4-year college or interview for a job. So, go ahead – get started!
  1. Pick up a Club/Organization Charter Application and a Club/Organization Constitution.
  2. Recruit a campus advisor. It can be any LMC faculty or staff member who is willing to help out.
  3. Meet and have fun!

Find out more about how you can get involved by contacting:


LMC Cheer Team participate in Summer Camp Flavored Ice is the treat at a Spring Student Life event Three students kayaking outside Beckwith Hall Mardi Gras celebrations on the Napier Avenue Campus Students playing sand volleyball outside Beckwith Hall Student Senate sponsors an annual Food Drive each winter Faculty verse Student wiffel ball game in 2014 Cage bicycle riding Student Life event Valentine's Day at the South Haven Campus Rocky the Red Hawk talks to students at the South Haven Campus South Haven Campus students participating in a wax-hand activity Staff even enjoy taking a canoe out in the moat LMC Student Life participated in Relay for Life LMC's Sky Diving Club jumped in Spring 2015 Rocky the Red Hawk is excited to be at the Bertrand Crossing Campus The LMC Sky Diving Club making their jump 2013 Cheer Team celebrates winning multiple awards at summer camp