Registered Student Organizations
Lansing Community College has an average of 35 Registered Student
Organizations each semester; there is something for everyone! RSOs cover
a wide range of topics and interest areas, including but not limited to:
academic, business, environmental, international, political,
racial/ethnic, religious, women's interests and sports.
The Student Life Office officially recognizes these organizations through an annual registration process. Once registered, RSOs can plan and sponsor activities on campus, apply for funding, and participate in events.
For more information on how to join a club or organization, or how to start one, call the Student Life Office at 517.483.1285, or visit us in the Continental Building Rm 100
Following are active RSOs for the 2013-2014 Academic Year:
American Institute of Architecture Students:
Promotes cooperation between student-architects, as
well as knowledge of their field.
Advisor Daniel Boilman, 517-483-1336
Badminton Club: Provides a place for
students to learn the game and relieve stress while getting
exercise. No experience necessary and all are welcome.
Co-Advisors Marci Bauman, 517-483-1052
Nanaissa Maiga, 517-483-1206
Campus Disciples: A non-denominational,
Bible-based campus ministry.
Advisor Edwin Bryant, 517-483-1092
Computer Science Club: puts together
social gatherings, peer education, seminars, and learning about
job search opportunities.
Advisor Jun Wu, 517-483-9822
Criminal Justice Club: Provides in-service,
training, events and activities for students interested in the
criminal justice field.
Advisor Kayla Rae, 517-483-1167
Dental Hygiene Club: Helps development of
dental hygiene skills and practices.
Advisor Sheree Duff, 517-483-1467
Fashion Art and Design Association: is a
group of creative artists and future fashion designers aspiring
to experience fashion and art through enrichment, exploration,
and community involvement in the Lansing community.
Advisor Anne Wojtkowski, 517-483-1336
Future Teachers' Club: Supports and
instructs the goals and objectives of aspiring education
Advisor Mary Brown, 517-483-1115
Gay Straight Alliance: Provides a safe
place to discuss variations of sexual orientation and gender
Advisor John Stratton, 517-483-4872
Information Technology Student Alliance: is
an organization for any student in a CIT program or who is
interested in Computer Information Technology. The focus of ITSA
is to help CIT students connect with each other, with faculty
and staff at LCC, and to engage in professional development
opportunities and learn about various areas of CIT.
Advisor Sarah Linz, 517-483-1314
An outlet for developing a knowledge of various cultures.
Advisor Ana Woehr, 517-483-1215
Advisor Forest Tate, 517-483-1227
Provides support to students interested in kinesiology
and promotes health & wellness events.
Advisor Ivy Tagger, 517-483-1450
Latinos Unidos(Latinos United): LU formed
Fall of 2012, we focus on developing leadership, academic
success, community outreach, and cultural awareness within the
students and the communities they come from. We provide a common
space for students to meet and form support groups to further
education and promote life success.
Advisor Santos Gutlierrez, 517-483-9962
Native American Student Alliance: Promotes
Native American cultures for advancement of national heritage.
Advisor Eva Menefee, 517-483-9674
Advisor Reid Felsing, 517-483-1579
Phi Theta Kappa: Mu Tau Chapter of the
community college National Honor Society.
Advisor Al Nowak, 517-483-1287
Offers photographic experiences to students.
Advisor Lewis Smith, 517-483-1287
Rise Up: A discussion-based, student-led Bible
Advisor Jean Grof, 517-483-1061
Sign Language Club: Promotes development of sign
Advisor Brenda Cartwright, 517-483-9610
Student Veterans Association:
Promotes the social interests and general welfare of
student-veterans and other interested students.
Advisor James Bender, 517-483-1655
Students Who Are Transformed (S.W.A.T):
This organization will strive to advance awareness of Biblical
principles and their relevance to contemporary beliefs and
lifestyles, specifically through the advancement of sharing the
gospel of Jesus Christ in a non-combative, friendly,
conversational manner. The club may also focus its attention on
volunteer opportunities within the social element of the
Advisor Ted Szymanski, 517-483-1808
Wrestling Club: Open to students who enjoy
seek to stay physically fit.
Advisor Mike Ball, 517-483-1227
Yoga Club: Offers meditative practices to
those interested in yoga.
Advisor Rob Eschbach, 517-351-3056
* If you would like a web announcement providing more
information on your Registered Student Organization, please
visit the RSO Forms page. If
you have any questions please feel free to
contact us. Please allow
two weeks for information to be posted.
Student Life Office
Continental Bldg, Room 100
Phone: (517) 483-1285
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