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Clubs I-P

If you would like more information regarding a specific club, please contact the club president and/or a club e-mail if one is provided. You can also contact the Clubs and Orgs Interns at clubs@plu.edu for help finding a club for you!

Ignite Ministry

Ignite brings students together to worship and trains them to live as disciples of Christ.

Meets Mondays in J-Term from 6:30-9:30pm in Xavier 250. Ignite Men’s Bible Study meets on Mondays from 9-10:30 in Xavier 212, and prayer meetings are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7:30am in Ness Family Chapel.

  • President:  Connor Mott
  • Advisor:  Emily Fahey
  • Email: ignite@plu.edu

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Pacific Lutheran University is a multiethnic, inter-denominational community of students seeking to be the hands and feet of Jesus on campus and in the city of Tacoma. We do this through a variety of ways including on-campus small group bible studies, large group weekly gatherings, and service projects. Learn more at http://pluintervarsity.wix.com/pluivcf

Large group gathering meets Wednesday 6pm in Ingram 100, smaller bible studies occur during the week in residence halls.

Kinesiologists of the Future Club

The KFC’s goal is to promote wellness and enhance the components of fitness by conducting activities that lead to positive lifestyles characterized by physical activity and other healthy behaviors.  The KFC plans to focus on the expansion of knowledge, experience and professionalism for the Department of Kinesiology and its related majors and minors.

Meets Wednesdays at 6pm

  • President: Lucas Martinson
  • Advisor: Harry Papadopoulos
  • Email: plukfc@plu.edu

KnitWits

The Knitwits is a relaxing and fun community for people to come together and knit or crochet. It is open to people of all skill levels, from beginners to more advanced levels. Come hang out with them and learn to make scarves, hats, blankets, and much more! Because knitting isn’t just for grandmas!

Meets 1st Tuesday of every month from 6-7 in the Lower UC (gray area lounge).

Latter-day Saints Student Association

Encourages fellowship and scripture study among Latter-day Saint students and all others desiring to be involved.

Meets Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11am

  • President: Alexandria Hamilton
  • Advisor: Catherine Pratt

League of Legends

We are a League of Legends club at PLU where we hope to learn from one another and to create a community where players of all skill levels are comfortable and welcome. We try to maintain an active amount of play within our club, as well as organizing a competitive PLU ranked team and hosting prized tournament events. We also welcome any new players and give them assistance when needed so they will not feel like they have to take on a new learning curve alone.

Meets Fridays at 5pm in Admin 101.

Lute Nation

The mission of Lute Nation is to step together in representation of all college life, genders, creeds, and nationalities, to bridge the gap between PLU and its surrounding community, to entertain and educate while advancing the art form and culture of stepping and to have fun and meet others.

Meets Monday/Thursday 9-10:30pm in the Columbia Center (second floor).

  • Presidents: Jonathan Adams
  • Advisor: Melannie Cunningham
  • Email: Lnation@plu.edu

The Mark Creative Writing Club

The Mark provides a creative atmosphere in which students may workshop current writing projects, allowing for positive critical growth manifested by a supportive group that maintains an interest in writing. The Mark contributes to the development of the written word on the PLU Campus.

Meets Wednesdays 7:30-8:30pm

Mary Lund-Davis Student Investment Fund

The Mary Lund-Davis Undergraduate Student investment fund endowed with $25,000 from Mary Lund-Davis in 1982, now managing a $140,000 portfolio in the stock market. Weekly meetings consist of an economic report and a portfolio performance update. Rotates weekly between having stock proposals/revaluations and having an educational topic in finance with discussion. No finance experience required.

Meets Monday from 7-8pm in Morken 132 (fall only)

NAMI on Campus PLU

NAMI on Campus PLU works to provide education, advocacy, and peer support for mental health on campus and in the greater community. We achieve these goals by decreasing stigma around mental illness and offering a support group for those with mental health concerns.

Meets Mondays at 7pm in the University Center room 171. Support group meetings every Thursday at 8pm in the Center for Gender Equity.

  • President: Alaa Alshaibani
  • Advisor: Dr. Mary Moller
  • Email: namiplu@plu.edu

Network for Peacebuilding & Conflict Management

NPCM provides a network of students and faculty interested in peacebuilding and conflict management that can share resources, knowledge, expertise, and opportunities with each other in an effort to build a stronger, more peaceful world.

Meets first Thursday of the month at 5:00

Night of Musical Theater

NOMT strives to provide a fun and engaging opportunity to learn about the distinct art of musical theatre through the formation of a unique show compiled of several different musical numbers culminating in a performance that has long been a tradition at PLU.

  • President: Sarah Hubert
  • Advisor: Jeff Clapp

Opera Club

Opera Club’s goal is to encourage the interest in opera by hosting on-campus showings of operas, and workshops with PLU music faculty who are professional opera singers and directors. We also aim to provide students with the information of the local opera opportunities such as productions by Seattle Opera and Tacoma Opera, and encourage students to participate in the PLU operatic productions.

Meets first Sunday of every month at 3pm in MBR.

Phi Alpha Delta/Delta Ro

Eager to promote a closer bond among students of social work and to enter into more intimate fellowship with those dedicated to the promotion of humanitarian goals and ideals by a professional group which quality educational preparation is deemed imperative, students and faculty involved in social work education at Pacific Lutheran University resolve to sponsor a Chapter of Phi Alpha National Honor Society, thereby to foster high standards of education for social work and to invite into membership those who have attained excellence of scholarship and distinction of achievement as students of social work.

  • President: Nicollette Hall
  • Advisor: JoDee Keller
  • Email: hallnn@plu.edu

PLU Gamer’s Guild

  • President: Kyle Mitchell
  • Advisor: Luke Ruiz

PLU Garden Club

The garden is a 10,000 square foot garden that uses only organic practices.  PLU Community Garden produces fruits and vegetables mainly for donation to the Trinity Lutheran Food Pantry, but we also give to dining services for events such as Empty Bowls.  We have events monthly, and if you are interested in gaining volunteer hours, please contact us for availability!

Meets from 10am-12pm, every Saturday of the month except 2nd Saturday

PLU Gospel Choir

Meets 8pm on Mondays

  • President: Thomas Copeland
  • Advisor: Melannie Cunningham

PLU Pep Band

Meets Fridays at 5:30

  • President: Kristi Eckroth
  • Advisor: Edwin Powell

PLU Shotokan Karate Club

Meets weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 7pm-8 in the upstairs Columbia Center.

PLU Special Olympics

This club focuses on establishing a relationship between PLU students and people within the community who have intellectual disabilities. Through campaigns and by maintaining the PLU Unified soccer team, we spread awareness and inclusion for people with disabilities

Meets on weekends and chapel breaks on Wednesdays.

  • President: Kirsten Kenny
  • Advisor: Charlie Katica

PLU-BIGS

Our objective of the club is to provide a positive adult role model to a child, and to develop a friendship though simple sharing activities

PLUtonic

PLUtonic is PLU’s men’s A’Cappella ensemble, which seeks to inspire, motivate and change the world of acapella through love of singing, building a strong brotherhood and sharing our passion with the community of PLU.

Sundays, 6-8:30 in MBR 336

Psi Chi

Psi Chi is an academic society that drives to produce a well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible member committed to contributing to the science and profession of psychology, and to society in general.

Meets on Mondays, 5:30-6:30

  • President: Katie Coddington
  • Advisor: Heidi McLaughlin
  • Email: psichi@plu.edu

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