NameDescriptionType of Club or Organization
AbsoLUTE Christian FellowshipAbsoLUTE Christian Fellowship is a club that meets to discuss the Bible and to create meaningful friendships! Our goal is to see God's name glorified! This group can be for Christians who are looking for meaningful fellowship, but it is also for people who interested in learning more about what the Bible is! Everyone is welcome to join!Religious/Spiritual
Active Minds Active Minds is a national group focused on “changing the conversation around mental health.” Our chapter will promote wellness through events, continuing education meetings, and opening the floor for students to talk about how they use self care for their own wellness. Please come join us in meetings and at events to help destigmatize mental health and promote wellness!Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability, General Interest
Alpha Psi OmegaAlpha Psi Omega (ΑΨΩ) is a national theatre honor society, dedicated to recognizing student achievement in collegiate and university theatre and providing a wider fellowship for those interested in theatre. Students who qualify for membership (based on volunteered time and participation in theatre) can elect to be inducted. PLU is nationally recognized as the Theta Pi (ΘΠ) cast. At PLU, APO facilitates and sponsors student productions and performing groups. Additionally, APO offers many member-only events, including social outings, production viewings and service opportunities.Academic & Honors Societies, Performance
Anime ClubWe, the Anime Club will watch Japanese animations for the purpose of entertainment. We intend to get to know our peers that share an interest in this storytelling medium through activities such as arts and crafts, icebreakers, games, and more. We will share our thoughts, feelings, and interpretations of anime in group discussions as well as get together virtually and off-campus to engage in our common interests.General Interest
Asian Pacific Islander Student Association (APISA)The Asian Pacific Islander Student Association (APISA) is a PLU DJS club that seeks to promote Asian and Pacific Islander cultures through cultural awareness and support within the PLU community to obtain unity through diversity. You do not need to be of Asian or Pacific Islander heritage to join our club. We welcome anyone who is interested in learning and supporting the API culture.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability
Black Student UnionPLU's Black Student Union seeks to provide a space for Black students, faculty, and staff to come together in community and solidarity, have a space to heal, and to celebrate our BLACK JOY. We look forward to sharing our joy, our struggles, and our ideas with those willing to listen.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability
Chemistry ClubParticipate in STEM-related activities, get involved in community building, learn about chemistry careers, enjoy social events, and better understand how chemistry plays a role in our everyday lives. Students plan and enjoy a variety of chemistry-focused activities, including performing demonstrations for elementary school students, helping clean the environment through community projects, and inviting speakers!Academic & Honors Societies
Clay CrowsThe Clay Crows is the premier improv troupe on campus! We host weekly workshops and jams for anyone to participate in, and perform our own shows throughout the semester. Follow @claycrows on Instagram to stay tuned for more information, as well as any upcoming performances and jam sessions! We look forward to improvising with you!Performance
Collegiate WA Music Educators AssociationWhile primarily a hub for Music Education majors, CWMEA is an organization open to all students regardless of major. We focus on providing peer support in the music department, organizing advocacy events, encouraging members to practice the skills they learn in their classes, and financially supporting those that wish to attend the state conference for music educators. CWMEA is a subset of and liaison to the Washington Music Educators Association (WMEA) and the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), which in turn provides professional development and connection opportunities for all members. These opportunities take the form of social events, workshops, panels, and much more.Academic & Honors Societies, Performance
Computer Science ClubPLU CS Club is a community for computer science students, or anyone interested in computer science, to collaborate on projects, practice interview questions, and make connections with students that have the same interests.General Interest
Cutter's Cubing ClubCutter’s Cubing Club is a recreational club that creates an opportunity for PLU students to learn how to solve a Rubik’s cube in an easy-to-follow manner. Whether you’re casually or competitively interested in the cube, check out our website, cuttercubing.club, to learn more.General Interest
Cypher ClubPLU Cypher Club is a student-led group aiming to foster a dance community beyond the classes that PLU offers through collaboration, creativity, and care for one another. We host weekly student-led choreography classes of all styles that anyone (no previous experience required) can participate in! We encourage all members to participate in choreographing for an evening to experience sharing their artistry in a welcoming, supportive environment. Outside of our membership, we aim to share our love of dance with the broader PLU community. This past spring, we hosted Cypher Prom as an opportunity for social dance on campus.Performance, General Interest
Dance TeamThe PLU dance team is a student run organization that puts on performances for a multitude of events such as athletics, half-time performances, on-campus events, and our annual winter dance team show in December.Performance
Delta Iota ChiDelta Iota Chi has been a PLU’s chapter of the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA), a pre-professional organization which promotes and enhances student nursing in the United States. Delta Iota Chi is an organization of PLU student nurses who, in some way, want to give back to the school and community. Academic & Honors Societies
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)FCA is a place for athletes to meet and take a moment away from our busy schedules managing practices, games, and classes to reflect on the meaning of God in our life and through sports. We are a community of athletes who love the Lord and want to grow in fellowship and become connected within our community and on campus.Athletic & Recreational, Religious/Spiritual
Gold Rush A CapellaGold Rush A Cappella is a mixed vocal part A Cappella ensemble.Performance
GREAN ClubGREAN, or Grass Roots Environmental Action Now, is a student club dedicated to all things that are green. The mission of the PLU student run club is to promote environmental awareness and action on campus and throughout the community. The group itself has helped organized campaigns such as Take Back the Tap, as well as the Smart Paper Campaign, an initiative to change the paper policy on campus to using post consumer recycled paper. Additionally, the club has been involved in many on-the-ground activities such as invasive species removals, and environmental activism events. Everyone is welcome!Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability
InterVarsity Christian FellowshipPLU InterVarsity is a group of students seeking to grow together in authentic community through examining and exploring the intersection of faith and life. Though the group is a Christian group, students definitely do not need to identify as Christian or religious person to join! We host regular community events, in addition to weekly bible studies! Come to an event to learn more!Religious/Spiritual
Kinesiologists of the Future ClubKinesiologists of the Future Club is a club for all PLU students who are interested in the broad field of Kinesiology. Our meetings consist of open study sessions, planning events, and professional meetings. Open classrooms are open for studying for upcoming tests, talking to other students about recommended study techniques, and creating connections with those in the Kinesiology Department. In our professional meetings, we have working professionals (PTs, OTs, Chiropractors, Athletic Trainers, Personal Trainers, PE teachers, etc.) come in and speak to us about the process of becoming a professional, whether it means a graduate degree or a certification and what one experiences every day on the job. Email: plukfc@plu.eduAthletic & Recreational
Latinx UnidosLatinx Unidos seeks to empower the Hispanic/Latinx student population for the purpose of providing scholarly support, culture awareness, social enrichment, and community outreach.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability
LULAC PLU CouncilLULAC is the largest and oldest Latino Civil Rights organization in the country. It was started in 1929 to help Latinos in Texas organize and fight back against the many injustices facing brown Americans. LULAC uses the Justice System and civic representation to fight back against oppression and strives to make a better country for all people.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability, Civic Engagement
Men's LacrosseThe Pacific Lutheran University Men’s Lacrosse team is a competitive college lacrosse team that competes against the nation’s top teams in the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA). This league provides nationally recognized competition and an annual National Tournament each year, for athletes seeking a true collegiate sport experience.Athletic & Recreational
Nā Hoaloha O Hawai’i (NHOH)Nā Hoaloha O Hawai’i (NHOH) is a DJS club that seeks to promote the Aloha Spirit and the diverse cultures of Hawaii and its people through service projects, social activities, and our annual Lu'au. At Pacific Lutheran University, we hope to spread attitudes of aloha through service and leadership within the community and provide opportunities for students to socialize and be a part of a home-away-from-home. You do not need to be from Hawai'i to join our ohana ("family"). We welcome all those who are interested in being a part of our club.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability
Native Indigenous Student AssociationOur club offers a community on campus that prioritizes belonging for Indigenous students. We educate ourselves and our community on global indigenous cultures as a form of celebration and activism. We work towards providing a space to celebrate culture, heritage, and traditions with one another.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability
Night of Musical TheatreNight of Musical Theatre (NOMT) creates at least 1 show celebrating musical theatre each year. The show is student-produced, directed, and designed and showcases musical theatre talents from across the PLU campus. Our 2022-2023 theme is Coming Home: A Celebration of Self and Collective Identity.Performance
Outdoor RecOutdoor Rec (OR) is more than a trip–it’s an experience. Each weekend, Lutes from all corners of campus come together to journey outdoors with one another. Whether it’s hiking in the Cascades, kayaking on the Puget Sound, or exploring states near and far, an OR trip is friendship, adventure, laughs, and memories all wrapped up into one incredible experience!Athletic & Recreational
Pacific Lutheran Swim ClubPacific Lutheran Swim Club intends to unite individuals with the interest and passion in swimming into an inclusive community of enjoyment and fun. All levels of skill and interest are welcomed!Athletic & Recreational, General Interest
Pacific Lutheran University Red Cross ClubThe PLU Red Cross Club works with the American Red Cross organization on projects to bring services to underserved communities and help improve disaster and emergency preparedness in our local area. This club serves as the main partner platform for all PLU students, staff, and faculty to help bring American Red Cross services to our campus and local communities.Civic Engagement
Pacific Lutheran University Student Chapter of the American Choral Directors AssociationThe mission of ACDA is to inspire excellence and nurture lifelong involvement in choral music for everyone through education, performance, composition and advocacy. We aim to create powerful artistic experiences and be advocates for cultural and educational change that we might transform people’s lives.Performance
Phi Alpha Honor SocietyThe purpose of Phi Alpha Honor Society is to provide a closer bond among students of social work and promote humanitarian goals and ideals. Phi Alpha fosters high standards of education for social workers and invites into membership those who have attained excellence in scholarship and achievement in social work.Academic & Honors Societies
Phi Alpha ThetaPhi Alpha Theta (ΦΑΘ) is an American honor society for undergraduate and graduate students and professors of history. The society has over 400,000 members, with about 9,500 new members joining each year through 860 local chapters. We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. We seek to bring students and teachers together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways.Academic & Honors Societies
Planeswalkers SocietyA club for playing Magic the Gathering. We play all formats that have people who want to play a specific format, our favorite being Commander. We also will host tournaments and drafts, including drafting new sets that will come out. All skill levels are invited, even people who don't know how to playGeneral Interest
PLU DECAPLU DECA is a newly established chapter of the international professional development organization, DECA Inc. We develop PLU students’ potential to become emerging leaders in their respective careers through our competitive team and professional growth events. The team welcomes all students to compete in the five offered business events categories: marketing, finance (including accounting), hospitality, management, and entrepreneurship. Activities, in the meantime, work with students and their busy schedules to connect them to a variety of mentorship resources that will help guide them to the next stage in their professional journey.Academic & Honors Societies
PLU Gamer's GuildGeneral Interest
PLU Investment ClubSince our founding in 1982 by a $25,000 grant by Mary Lund Davis, we have grown to manage over $190,000. We are run by a group of elected students, who hold weekly meetings and facilitate discussions. RIF provides a great opportunity for students to gain exposure to topics and careers in finance, market discussions, and financial modeling early on in their education.Performance
PLU Pep BandPLU Pep Band is a high energy performance group that attends PLU sporting events (mainly football) to bring some school spirit to the stands! Pep Band is open to anyone and everyone who can play a pep band instrument! It is also a great way to connect with your peers, community members, athletics at PLU, and the music department! It's always a great time and we would love to have you play some songs with us!!Performance, General Interest
PLU Reign Womens+ Ultimate FrisbeeThe PLU Reign Women’s+ Ultimate Frisbee team strives to provides opportunities for students to compete in the intercollegiate sport of Ultimate Frisbee in a fun, inclusive, and safe environment. It helps to bring college students together to compete in a friendly yet competitive manner. No athletic experience is necessary to join, and we seek students of all skill levels who are willing to bring good team spirit to the field and an attitude to learn the beloved game of ultimate!Athletic & Recreational
PLU Table Tennis ClubPLU's club for all Table Tennis and Ping Pong enthusiasts! Bring your friends and get your game on once a week, in singles and doubles matches, as well as bracket tournament play! Meeting times and dates are still being decided as we look for a residence hall to host our meetings. Contact the club's president at jugovimm@plu.edu for more information.Athletic & Recreational, General Interest
PLU Video Game ClubA club where people can get together and enjoy video games! Smash Tourneys, Mario Kart, co-op games, you name it!General Interest
PLUtonic AcapellaPLUtonic Acappella is Pacific Lutheran University’s premiere a cappella group comprised of multiple talented students who all come together for the love of a cappella music! We perform at gigs and events both on campus and throughout the greater Puget Sound region, and compete in the yearly International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) competition in Tacoma WA.Performance
Pre-Health Science ClubPLU Health Sciences Club is a resource for students to become prepared and interact with their future health careers by engaging with their peers, health professionals, faculty, and health school representatives in order to be the best that they can be and embody service, leadership, and care.Academic & Honors Societies
Pre-Law ClubThe Pre-Law Club is a pre-law association, whose objectives include: participation in competitive state mock trials, hosting guest speakers on campus, organizing field trips around the state capital and local law schools, assistance with the law school application process, leading LSAT and other study sessions, and any other avenue of law. We aim to support prospective law students in their endeavors of becoming upstanding members of the legal system and community.Academic & Honors Societies, General Interest
PrismPrism is a group dedicated to creating a safe and educational space for all queer, trans, and gender non-conforming students at Pacific Lutheran University. We encourage active discussion and fierce advocacy about the joys and issues that arise in the LGBTQ+ community. Our aim is to work in collaboration with the Diversity Center, Center for Gender Equity, other special interest groups, and any LGBTQ+ identified students.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability
Psi Chi International Honors Society of Psychology (Psi Chi)Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology, which exists to recognize scholastic achievement, encourage leadership, research, and creativity in the field of psychology. Membership in Psi Chi is open to students who are majoring or minoring in psychology and have earned an overall GPA that is in the top 35% of their class in general scholarship. Once inducted, one is a Psi Chi member for life, and will have access to all benefits offered by the society. We hold bi-weekly meetings and serve our communities through chapter service projects, and receive invitations to events such as social gatherings, workshops, and study sessions.Academic & Honors Societies
Regents' Investment FundThe Regents' Investment Fund is a student organization that aims to give students hands-on experience in investing real money. Currently, our fund consists of a well-diversified portfolio of about $280,000. You can expect a group of students with diverse backgrounds and fields of study seeking to further their understanding of the world of investments.Performance, General Interest
ROTC CADET CLUBROTC Cadet Club will complement your education with instruction in leadership development, military science, strategy, and problem-solving. You will be provided with numerous opportunities to develop these skills outside the classroom with practical, hands-on exercises and leadership training events.Academic & Honors Societies, Athletic & Recreational, Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability, Performance, Student Media, Religious/Spiritual, Civic Engagement, General Interest
Student Neurodiversity ClubThe Student Neurodiversity Club is for students of all neurodiversities. We are here for students who want to talk to other students about their own disabilities and for students to learn more about neurodiversity from other students. We are here to help each other with study groups and tips, discussion and events to help neurodiverse students find their way through college.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability & General Interest
Student Veteran's AssociationStudent Veterans Association assists veterans as they transition from military to campus life, and serves as an outreach mechanism between student veterans, school administrators and faculty, and the campus community. It is intended to create and promote a positive environment on campus that fosters academic success and encourages student veterans to achieve their personal academic goals, and to assist in removing obstacles to that success.Diversity, Social Justice, and Sustainability
Swing Dancing ClubIn Swing Dancing club, we get together once a week to dance together. Learn how do do East Coast swing, and social dance the rest of the time!Athletic & Recreational, Performance, General Interest
The CollectiveThe Collective is a student-run art collective on campus that emphasizes collaboration and art making within the PLU community. The Collective is interested in expanding the field of creative arts and has an appreciation for print and digital media. We host art exchanges, artist workshops, and art sales, as well as encourage active participation in the local community and PLU community.Student Media
The Firm LogisticsEnsure that PLU ROTC logistics stay clean and up to update and is ready for any operationsGeneral Interest
The Mark: Creative Writing ClubWe, the Mark Creative Writing Club, aim to provide an academic and fun experience in exploring writing. Using different prompts and topics, we aim to provide a space for students to explore and hone their writing skills, as well as seek advice and feedback on their work. We also provide workspace and workshops for competitions and publications such as Saxifrage.General Interest
The Umbrella OrganizationUmbrella Organization works to support student theatre clubs and organizations on campus. We advocate for our member organizations, and provide a solid foundation and funding for these organizations. We are composed of a representative from The Clay Crows, APO, and NOMT as well as being headed by a Treasurer, Assistant Production Manager, and Production Manager. We also work to fund any guest speakers, independent productions, and miscellaneous theatre activities as we are requested and able. Anybody is welcome to sit in on our board meetings, and if you are a theatre student and interested in getting involved, please contact our production manager, Olivia Bentley.Performance
Young Life CollegeYoung Life College build relationships with college students, showing up in their lives daily and offering weekly events, small groups, trips, and service opportunities, ultimately inviting students to take their next steps in following Jesus.Religious/Spiritual