Ignite brings students together to worship and trains them to live as disciples of Christ.
- President: Michael Klennert
- Advisor: Emily Dooley
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
- President: Emily Ames
- Advisor: Rick Spillman
- Email: email@example.com
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!
- Presidents: Artissima Sawatzki & Carolyn Knackstedt
- Advisor:Jennifer Warwick
Kyokushin Karate Club
Kyokushin Karate Club strives to enrich the lives of students through martial arts by introducing them to different styles of martial arts and promoting not violence, but the beauty within martial arts through self-discipline, technique, and respect.
- President: Katherine Vail
- Advisor: Lisa Henderson
L.U. provides awareness around the University about different types of Latino cultures in order to provide a welcoming environment to Latino students.
- Presidents: Isamar Henriquez & Xochilt Coca
- Advisor: Paloma Martinez-Carbajo
Latter-Day Saint Student Association
Encourages fellowship and scripture study among Latter-day Saint students and all others desiring to be involved.
- President: Sara Scriver
- Advisor: Catherine Pratt
L.U.N.I.C.Y.C.L.E.R.S. (Lutes with a Unique and Nifty Interest in Cautiously Yet Courageously Learning an Exquisitely Radical Skill)
The PLU Unicyclers Club is a group of students that exists to introduce and teach all those who would like to learn the unique skill of unicycling. Their purpose is to offer the plu community a recreational sport in a positive and encouraging atmosphere. They are committed to supporting and encouraging fellow students and faculty to step outside the box and try something new!
- President: Anthony Markuson
- Advisor: Jonathan Grove
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.
- Captain:Mamie Howard
- Advisor: Melannie Cunningham
- email: Lnation@plu.edu
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.
- President: Haley Taylor & Jennifer Arbaugh
- Advisor: Jason Skipper
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Lund-Davis Student Investment Fund
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. Meetings are Thursdays, 7:30 pm, in Morken 124. No finance experience required.
- President: Arne-Morten Willumsen & Mary Ardington
- Advisor: Kevin Boeh
Men as Partners Promoting Equality (MAPPE)
MAPPE exists to promote healthy relationships, address issues of sexual assault, encourage positive, healthy expressions of masculinity and be visible, outspoken allies for all who experience prejudice, discrimination, and sexist violence on campus and in our communities.
- Presidents:Chris McKnight & Joseph Basler
- Advisor: Jonathan Grove
- Email: Mav@plu.edu
The purpose of Minnesota club is to engange students from Minnesota in the celebration of the state and to share that with the greater PLU community.
- Presidents: Emma Hayhurst & Erik Olson
- Advisor:Jeff Krengel
The Montana Club provides students from or interested in Montana with a means to connect with each other for the purpose of coordinating rides to Montana and creating a community for the appreciation of Montanan culture.
- Presidents: Hannah Anderson & Andrew Larsen
- Advisor: Bjorn Myhre
Mu Phi Epsilon
Mu Phi Epsilon fosters the ideals of service to school and community; develops an awareness that artistic gifts are to be shared; promotes high scholarship, musicianship, and friendship through service; and provides opportunities for strong artistic and personal abilities.
- President: Annastasia Kosatka
- Advisor: Gina Gillie
- Website: http://www.plu.edu/~muphiplu/home.html
Network for Peacebuilding and Conflict Mediation (NPCM)
NPCM provides a network of students and faculty interested in peacebuilding and conflict management.
- President: Rachel Samardich
- Advisor: Prof. Amanda E. Feller
- Email: email@example.com
Night of Musical Theater (NOMT)
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 ahs long been a tradition at PLU.
- President: Alex Domine
- Advisor: Jeff Clapp
Order of Saint Francis de Sales
The Order of Saint Francis de Sales will introduce, support, and further the love of League of Legends, an online game that promotes teamwork and develops bonds between players.
- President: Nick Neely
- Advisor: Erik Hummerstrom
Opera club provides exciting and affordable opportunities for PLU students to attend operas in the Tacoma area as well as opportunities to expand knowledge about opera and enjoy the art.
- President:Tommy Flanagan
- Advisor:Barry Johnson
The philosophy club meets on a periodic basis to discuss topics of interest and/or importance to philosophy students. The goals of philosophy club are to supplement the official PLU philosophy curriculum, to engage students in a meaningful way outside the classroom, to establish a sense of community among philosophy students, and to promote the study of philosophy at PLU.
- Presidents: Peter Joyce & Jessica Sadler
- Advisor: Michael Schleeter
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Photo Club strives to educate Lutes on methods to improve their photographic skills, provide an avenue for students to peer review and learn first hand from professionals, and organize activities that foster photographic passion and community involvement.
- Presidents: Igor Strupinskiy & Heather Perry
- Advisor: Lace Smith
PLUES Jazz Choir
PLUES Jazz Choir provides a place for jazz fans to geek out, sing, and play jazz music.
- President: David Carson
- Advisor: Dr. David Deacon-Joyner
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: www.plu.edu/~jazz
PLU Anime Club
PLU anime Club is a place where people who have a common interest in anime can gather and enjoy each other's company. Members watch anime series throughout the year and have a movie night once a month.
- Presidents: Danielle Johnson, Michelle Johnson, Brendan Farley, Kelly Welch & Nicolas Crosby
- Advisor: Nathalie op de Beeck
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PLU Community Garden
The garden is a 10,000 square foot garden that uses only organic practices. PLU Community Garden produces tons of produce for the needy in parkland. Most of the food goes to trinity Lutheran's food pantry or homeless shelters.
- President: Jennifer Watt
- Advisor: Erin McGinnis
CMENC strives to create a community for future music educators within PLU and to encourage profession development, networking, and music advocacy opportunities.
- President: Mary Ardington
- Advisor: Donna Poppe
The PLU Democrats are dedicated to bringing a greater knowledge of political issues to the PLU community. They also help with Democratic campaigns on the local, state, and national level.
- President: Alex Wolfe
- Advisor: Sid Olufs
- Website: www.plu.edu/~dems
Kendo is a modern Japanes martial art. PLU Kendo exists to nurture, develop, and instill honor in oneself, and to provide an opportunity to become a better student, person, and citizen while meditating on the "Way of the Sword."
- President: Julian Banbury
- Advisor: Teru Toyokawa
PLU Pre-Med/Pre-Dental Club
Pre-Med club supplies its members with opportunities to pursue careers in the medical/dental field.
- Presidents: Chelsea Travers and Nicholas Forsythe
- Advisor: Amy Siegesmund
PLU Pan-Orthodox Organization
To establish a group for orthodox student & students interested in orthodoxy to meet around events devoted to either a social, spiritual purpose.
- President: Trevor Hamilton
- Advisor: Dr. Brenda Llewellyn Ihssen
PLU Shotokan Karate Club
Shotokan Karate Club unites students with a common interest in learning/practicing Shotokan Karate.
- President: Britta Henden
- Advisor: Prof. Ufuk Ince
PLU Ski and Snowboard Club
The mission of Ski and Snowboard Club is to provide a supportive community for skiers and snowboarders and other enthusiasts of self-propelled snow sports and to spread the stoke of snow sports.
- President: Kyle Monahan
- Advisor: Julie Smith
PLU Student Veterans Association
Student Vet Association assists student veterans as they transition from military to campus life.
- President: Michael Farnum
- Advisor: Frederick Eastman
PLUtonic is PLU's men's A Cappella ensemble. They hold auditions every fall and perform regularly at PLU and in the community.
- Presidents: John Marzano, Julian Reisenthel, & Daniel Frerichs
- Advisor: Richard Nance
The purpose of Pre-Pharmacy Club is to advise students interested in attending pharmacy school and to help them as best they can.
- Presidents: Jared Kavenaugh, Ashley Barrett, & Lauren Oakes
- Advisor: Neal Yakelis
Pre-Vet Club enables all students who desire to go to Vet School to meet each other. This club devotes time to learning the job of a veterinarian, how to become accepted into vet school, to volunteer at vet clinics or the humane society, and raising money for local animal shelters.
- Presidents: Kelsey Houglum & Becca Lunde
- Advisor: Dr. Tom Carlson
Progress raises funds to go towards children who are in need of medical care (to the Free Care Fund at Mary Bridge Hospital in Tacoma). They advocate and raise awareness about the healthcare system and issues in U.S. healthcare.
- Presidents: Annette Kasprzak, Renee Bedard, & Bryan Dahms
- Advisor: Neal Yakelis
Psi Chi National Honor Society
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.
- Presidents: Krystin Allison, Corrin Williams, & Brian Dahms
- Advisor: Jon E. Grahe