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Clubs A-H

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Alpha Psi Omega

ΑΨΩ is an American recognition honor society recognizing students in collegiate theatre.

  • President:  Sarah Hubert
  • Advisor:  Henry Loughman
  • Email:
  • Website:

Alpha Upsilon Sigma

American Marketing Association

Sponsored by the Puget Sound Chapter of the National American Marketing Association, AMA encourages students to uphold sound, honest marketing practices, engages in professional practice, improves marketing research, and develops and promotes better understanding between students, faculty and business people.  Open to students of all disciplines.

Meets monthly (varies) from 5:30-6:30 in Morken 131.

  • President:  Kyle Parsons
  • Advisor: Shiva Nandan
  • Email:
  • Website:

Amigos Unidos

Amigos Unidos seeks to empower the Hispanic/Latin@ student population for the purpose of providing scholarly support, cultural awareness, social enrichment , and community outreach. Stay connected by following us on Instagram: pluamigosu , like us on Facebook: PLU Amigos Unidos, and/or email us at

Meets Thursdays in J-Term from 1:30-2:30 in Stuen 1st Floor Lounge.

  • President: Ashley Carrasco
  • Advisor: Angel Jesus de Gonzalez and Luke Ruiz
  • Email:

Anime Club

The goal of the anime club is to provide an environment to discuss and celebrate Japanese culture, with a focus on anime.

Meets Fridays at 7pm

  • President: Evan Farley
  • Advisor: Natalie op de Beeck
  • Email:

Anthropology Club

Anthropology Club seeks to educate students about culture and is committed to fighting ethnocentrism.

Meets every other Thursday in Admin 219

Asian-Pacific Islanders Club

  • President: Matthew Orcilla
  • Advisor: Julian Franco
  • Email:

Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Ro Chapter

Beta Alpha Psi is a nonprofit international honorary and service organization for financial information students and professionals. The Delta Rho chapter offers opportunities for self development and encourages ethical, social, and public responsibilities. Membership is open to students intending to concentrate in accounting and finance who have maintained 3.0 GPA. Meetings are every other Wednesday at 6:00pm in Morken 103.

  • President: Tyler Rixon
  • Advisor: Dr. Gaurav Gupta
  • Email:
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Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma is the International Business Honors Society. Its mission is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business, to cultivate and celebrate leadership and professional excellence, to advance the values of the Society, and to serve its lifelong members. To be eligible for membership in PLU BGS, students must (a) be enrolled in the PLU School of Business and (b) have a GPA rank in the upper 10 percent of their undergraduate class or upper 20 percent of their graduate class.

  • President: Kelli Breland
  • Advisor: Fabio Ambrosio
  • Email:

Biology Club

Biology club is dedicated to supporting students within the discipline of biology by providing opportunities to experience biology-related activities outside of the classroom, building a network among biology students, and working with professors in an effort to promote collaborative learning.

Meets Tuesdays at 7pm in Rieke 103

  • President: Renee Lumia
  • Advisor: Dr. Jacob Egge
  • Email:

Black Student Union

Description: Black Student Union seeks to raise awareness of Black culture on PLU’s campus through education and community engagement.

  • President: Shelondra Harris
  • Advisors: Paul Metellus and Aviance Taylor
  • Email:

Chemistry Club

Chemistry club invites students to explore the exciting and engaging world of Chemistry by performing outreach to PLU and high school students in order to demonstrate the importance of chemistry and its applications to society as a whole.

Meets every other Thursday at 7pm in Rieke 224.

  • President: Inga Christensen
  • Advisor: Andrea Munro
  • Website:

Circle K International

Have you heard of Key Club from High School? Well, we’re Key Club for college students! Circle K International (CKI) is a club that focuses on Fun, Fellowship, Leadership, and Service. We connect with CKI students all across the Pacific Northwest to serve, network, and have fun. Drives, games, in-meeting service activities, and conventions are just some of the things we do. You can find us in AUC room 134 on the first and third Thursday of every month @ 6:30 PM.

  • President:  Zhakaysha Garrett
  • Advisor: Allison Stephens
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Clay Crows

Meets Friday at 6pm

  • President: Sadi Wentz
  • Advisor: Henry Loughman
  • Email:

Club Keithley

Club Keithley connects the PLU community with the Parkland community through service and community outreach. We interact with Keithley Middle School students through classroom volunteering, mentoring, and working with after school programs. Our goal is to serve as role models and to help kids succeed.

  • President: Emily Steelquist
  • Advisor: Diana Duclos
  • Email:

Colleges Against Cancer

Colleges Against Cancer (Relay For Life) brings together students to fight against cancer through raising funds and awareness of different causes of cancer.

Meets every other Monday, 5:30-6:30, AUC 171

  • President: Sam Cook, Tori Herzig-Deribin
  • Advisor: Kat Slaby
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Computer Science Club

Meets Wednesday at 5:30

  • President: Timothy Ernst
  • Advisor: George Hauser
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The Collegiate Washington Music Educators Association is dedicated to developing the skills, as well as expanding the sense of professionalism and passion within its membership and the greater community.

First Sunday of the month at 1:30, MBR 334

  • President: Taylor Mills
  • Advisor: Dr. Linda Miller

Dance Club

Pacific Lutheran University Dance Team is a student run organization that includes a dedicated group of dance students who perform a range of dance styles including, jazz, funk, modern, hip hop and synchronized movement vocabularies. Members of dance club rehearse and perform dance pieces both on and off campus.  Dance Club seeks to facilitate the technical development of its members as well as to find opportunities for them to share their talents. Students audition in the Fall term. Dance Team is a fun way to continue a passion for dance, and make some friends along the way!

Meets Sundays (7-9pm), Wednesdays (7-9pm), and Fridays (6-8pm) in J-term.

  • President: Miranda Winter, Amy Arand
  • Advisor: Ariella Brown
  • Email:

Delta Iota Chi Nursing Club

ΔΙΧ’s purpose is to promote nursing leadership through networking, community service, and advocacy.

Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month in Xavier 201.

  • President: Megan Farris-Mayock
  • Advisor: Christina Peppin
  • Email:

Disney Club

To take a deeper look inside Disney’s Heritage, understand the different branches of the Walt Disney Company and their purposes, and provide a common place for Disney fans to meet and discuss at Pacific Lutheran University.

Meets monthly, dates vary.

  • President: Liz Perkins
  • Advisor: Steve Sobeck

Econ Club

Economics club, sponsored by the national honors society Omicron Delta Epsilon, unites students with a common interest in economics and promotes career-related opportunities.

Meets Monday evenings

  • President: Hayden McCartney
  • Advisor: Mark Reiman
  • Email:

Geo Club

Geo Club is a group of rock-lovers committed to supporting each other in our journey of learning about how the earth works. We watch cool natural disaster films, eat homemade cookies, go on hikes, and wear lots of flannel. Join Geo Club for a rockin’ time!

Meets Wednesdays at 8pm

  • President: Isabellah von Trapp
  • Advisor: Alex Lechler
  • Email:


The goal of GREAN, Grassroots Environmental Action Now, is to promote environmental action on campus and in the community.

Meets Thursdays at 6pm in Hong 246A.

Hawaii Club

The PLU Hawaii Club is committed to sharing the unique and wonderful aloha culture of Hawaii with the Greater PLU community. Our membership consists of students from Hawaii and all over the mainland — it is a home away from home. The club offers the members the opportunity to explore Washington and the greater Tacoma area and to help first year students with their transition to a new college life style.

Meets Monday nights

  • Presidents: Thalen Masada and Kristi Kaneta
  • Advisors: Brandon Bruan and Todd Yamaguchi
  • Email:

Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter

Habitat for Humanity serves to engage students in meaningful service experiences, to learn more about housing issues in the Tacoma/Pierce County area, and to promote the work and mission of Habitat for Humanity.

Meets Thursday at 6pm

  • President: Kalie Saathoff
  • Advisor: Amy Stewart-Maihiot
  • Email:


“Sassy, Brassy, and Classy.” HERmonic is a female group that performs and entertains through A’Cappella music, priding themselves on their individuality and spirit.

Meets Tuesday/Thursday (in J-Term) from 5:30-7:30 in Hinderlie 1st floor lounge. Come to their ICCA competition on February 13th (KHP), the Spring concert on March 11 (MBR), and their May concert on May 14th in the MBR Amphitheater!

  • President: Megan Zink
  • Advisor: Richard Nance
  • Email:

Hungary for Education

To promote awareness about current controversial issue in our educational system while also promoting global and local education through making connects between local elementary schools and Hungarian schools. Through making connections between PLU and global education we will collaborate to promote global awareness and social justice through connecting, valuing, and supporting under privileged youth in Hungary.

Meets once a month on a Monday at 8:30-9 in Ramstad 203.

  • President: Kristin Phillips
  • Advisor: Frank Kline

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