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Student Clubs

College isn’t all about going to class and working. Part of the enjoyment is getting to meet new people that you share an interest with. One great way to do this is through clubs. There are both academic and recreational clubs at Lake Michigan College - explore existing clubs and find out about starting your own below!

Join an existing club

Accounting and Finance Club
Anime Club
Art Club
Asian Club
Black Student Caucus
Cheer Team
Dance Team
Club 8 Ball
Cosplay Club
Drumline
Education Club
Esports Club
Flag Football
Gaming Club
Hospitality Club
International Student Club
Korean Pop Culture Club
LGBTQA Club
Magic Club
Movie Club
Music Production Club
Performing Arts Club
Project 1808- Education in Africa
Science Club
Shades of Creation
Ski and Snowboard Club
Student Senate
Super Smash Bros Club
Tailwinds Club
Women in Business
...or start your own!

Performing Arts Opportunities

For information on Performing Arts clubs and other engagement opportunities, contact the Performing Arts department at 269-927-8876.

Performing Arts Club
Drum Line
Harbor Lights (a cappella group)
Music Production Technology Club
Stage Crew
Fall Play
Spring Musical
Student Arts Curation Council

Start your own Club!

Do you want to rally with others 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 of 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 Student Life Office in room A200a or call (269) 927-8734 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!

Club Organization Checklist

▢ Find an Advisor for your club (any staff member that is willing to help)

▢ Complete and turn in the Charter Application Form

▢ Complete and turn in the Club Meetings and Information Form

▢ Turn in a completed constitution to Student Life

▢ Turn in a completed roster to Student Life

▢ Have a member attend Student Senate weekly Monday at 3 p.m.

▢ Meet with the Director of Student Life 

▢ Roster

▢ Club Meetings and Information Form

▢ Constitution (if it has been ratified)

▢ Charter application

▢ Community Service Notification Form

▢ Fundraising Request

For Club Trips:

▢ Student Activity Travel Request

▢ Trip Liability Waiver

▢ College-Sponsored Group Travel Emergency Contact Form

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

  • Benton Harbor Campus
    Student Life Office
    (269) 927-8734
  • South Haven Campus
    (269) 637-7526
  • Niles Campus 
    (269) 695-1391

 

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