PLU Club List

Description:
At Absolute Christian Fellowship, we look to build relationships, share and spread the gospel, encourage one another, and spend time together through prayer, worship, Bible studies, and through fellowship with one another.

Type of Club or Organization:
Religious/Spiritual

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Thursdays at 6am
Where: ADMN 204

Club Email:
absolute.christianfellowship@gmail.com

Description:
African Student Association aims to promote African culture by organizing events that will spread diversity and unite students of all backgrounds.

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every other Wednesday from 5pm-6pm
Where: DJS Lounge

Club Email:
asa@plu.edu

Description:
Alpha 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 volunteering 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 performing groups. Additionally, APO offers many member-only events, including social outings, production viewings, and service opportunities.

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance & Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every second Saturday from 10am-11am
Where: PHLC Black Box Theatre

Club Email:
apo@plu.edu

Description:
Welcome to PLU ACDA! We are a passionate community of choral music enthusiasts dedicated to nurturing the growth and development of future choral music educators. Our chapter provides a range of valuable opportunities, including regular seminars and workshops designed to enhance your knowledge and skills in choral music education. We strongly believe in the power of networking and learning from the best in the field. As a result, we offer exciting chances to attend both national and state ACDA conferences, providing you with valuable insights and keeping you updated on the latest trends in choral music education. While our primary focus is on choral music education majors, we extend a warm welcome to anyone with a passion for the choral arts, regardless of your level of experience. Our goal is to create a diverse and inclusive community where everyone can unite in their shared love for music! Follow our Instagram at @pluacda for more updates!

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic Clubs & Honor Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Monthly
Where: Mary Baker Russell Building Room 334 or 306 (Follow our Instagram for detailed info)

Club Email:
acda@plu.edu

Description:
We are a club dedicated to the enjoyment and education of anime. We hope to create a community based on mutual interest of anime for anyone looking to get into anime and/or those looking for a group to engage in anime-related activities with. Our events regularly include watch-alongs, cultural lectures and activities, and themed game nights. Hope to see you there!

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every Monday from 6:30pm-8pm
Where: AUC Room 133

Club Email:
animeclubplu@gmail.com

Description:
We are a community where students of API origins can find a safe space on campus to connect and explore the vast diversity within the API umbrella. We invite all students to join in our club meetings and events to have fun and educate themselves on API stories and culture!

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every other Wednesday from 1pm-2pm
Where: DJS Lounge

Club Email:
api@plu.edu

Description:
Birders of PLU intends to promote community-building at the interpersonal and the ecological level. Through the observation of birds, the club seeks to connect students with their environmental and community contexts, as well as with their fellow animals. Birding is a mutual practice of observation, conversation, education, and activism across species lines, and the Birders of PLU aim to co-create a flourishing multispecies future. Activities include birding trips, bird identification and life history lessons, campus-wide events, and more!

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: TBA
Where: TBA

Club Email:
birdersofplu@plu.edu

Description:
The Black Student Union strives to create an open and safe environment for students to be in a community with other students who have many diverse backgrounds and perspectives. As an affinity club at a PWI (predominantly white institution), we strive to uplift and amplify student voices and leadership within our community through cultural enrichment and intellectual growth.

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every other Wednesday from 6pm-7pm
Where: DJS Lounge

Club Email:
bsu@plu.edu

Description:
PLU Chem Club (ACS Student Affiliate) is a student organization committed to providing fun and informative experiences that highlight the role chemistry plays in our everyday lives. Our club holds events encompassing career planning, volunteering, and social events. All PLU students are invited to join.

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic Clubs & Honor Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: TBA
Where: TBA

Club Email:
chemclub@plu.edu

Description:
The Clay Crows is the premier improv troupe on campus. We host workshops and jams for anyone to participate in, and perform our own shows throughout the semester. Follow @claycrows on Instagram and subscribe to Clay Crows on YouTube to stay tuned for more information, as well as any upcoming performances, workshops, or jam sessions! We look forward to improvising with you!

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance & Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every Tuesday from 5:45pm-7:15pm, and every Friday from 6:30pm-8pm
Where: Studio Theatre in KHP

Club Email:
claycrows@plu.edu

Description:
While 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.

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic Clubs & Honor Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: First Sunday of each month from 1pm- 2pm
Where: Mary Baker Russell Music Center Room 116

Club Email:
cwmea@plu.edu

Description:
Cypher Club is a group of dancers coming together to work on sharing skills! If you have any interest in dance, no matter your ability, come join us or follow us on Instagram, @plucypher

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance & Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Fridays from 6pm-7pm
Where: Columbia Center 2nd Floor Hall

Club Chair’s Email:
logan.denen@plu.edu

Description:
Delta Iota Chi has been 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 promote and encourage leadership through networking, community service, and advocacy; to assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care; to provide programs representative of fundamental interests and concerns to nursing students; and to aid in the development of the whole person, including their professional role, their responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life.

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic Clubs & Honor Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every 3rd Wednesday from 11am-12pm
Where: Xavier 201

Club President’s Email:
isabella.bernas@plu.edu

Club’s Website:
https://sites.google.com/plu.edu/pludeltaiotachi/home?pli=1

Description:
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is for athletes and non-athletes to come together in community, engage in fellowship, and share their mutual love for faith and sports with one another.

Each meeting consists of games/competition, worship, and a weekly devotional. Each club meeting is student-led and provides a safe environment for student-athletes to engage with their peers.

Type of Club or Organization:
Religious/Spiritual

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every Sunday from 7:30pm-8:30pm
Where: Olson 104 or Olson Fieldhouse

Club President’s Email:
childrnv@plu.edu

Description:
We are a club for ROTC that assist Mr. Starks and organize the supply room to make it more neat as well as help run supply smoothly.

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Monthly, day and time TBA
Where: Memorial Gym, attached to Names Fitness Center

Club President’s Email:
pricel@plu.edu

Description:
Gold Rush is a mixed voice a’cappella group that seeks to connect students through a shared love of music and performing. We sing songs ranging genres and decades using no instruments, only our voices!

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance & Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: TBA*
Where: TBA

*Rehearsal schedule is adjusted at the start of each term to meet participant availability.

Club Email:
goldrush@plu.edu

Description:
GREAN, 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 organize 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!

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: TBA
Where: AUC 201

Club Email:
grean@plu.edu

Description:
This club aims to provide individuals with a supportive community from diverse cultural backgrounds, foster cross-cultural exchange, and promote a sense of belonging.

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every other Wednesday from 4pm-5pm
Where: TBA

Club President’s Email:
bayehyg@plu.edu

Description:
InterVarsity is a faith-based community committed to the exploration of God, Jesus, and the Bible through weekly Bible studies and community building. We seek to provide a safe space for people of all backgrounds and identities to be able to explore our friend Jesus and ask any questions that they may have. We aim to build a strong community at PLU that can extend beyond the boundaries of campus to the greater Parkland and Tacoma area in service, compassion, and love.

Type of Club or Organization:
Religious/Spiritual

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Weekly Bible Studies are at different times throughout the week.
Where: TBA

*Contact Gabe Schauer for information.

Club President’s Email:
gabriel.schauer@plu.edu

Description:
The Kinesiologists of the Future club is a space for students within the kinesiology department and those interested in the field or related fields to support each other in academics, professional development, and promote physical activity and well-being in the community.

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every Wednesday at 10:30 AM
Where: Olson Gym 103

Club President’s Email:
terrance.williams@plu.edu

Description:
Latinx Unidos seeks to empower the Hispanic/Latinx student population for the purpose of providing scholarly support, cultural awareness, social enrichment, and community outreach.

Follow our Instagram, @plu_lxu, where we provide more updates and event details!

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every other Friday from 2pm-3pm starting February 16th, 2024
Where: Ordal Hall 1st floor lounge

Club Email:
amigosu@plu.edu

Description:
Lutes Undertaking Community Kindness strives to give students access to learning opportunities that will help them gain empathy for lived experiences that differ from their own. LUCK works to staff nonprofit organizations with the labor needed to continue their services and hopes to help with the distribution and organization of donations and resources on and off-campus.

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Mondays from 4pm-5pm
Where: TBA

Club Email:
luck@plu.edu

Description:
PLU Math Club is a space to explore and play with a wide variety of mathematical ideas. This is a club for anyone who has been curious and interested in any aspect of mathematics, and we seek to highlight the intersection of mathematics with other STEM fields. We plan to discuss mathematics as a necessity for human flourishing, and to illustrate that nobody is “not a math person”. This is low stakes, and we would love to see you at our meetings and events!

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic and Honor Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every other Monday from 7:30pm- 8:30pm
Where: Morken 233

Club Email:
mathclub@plu.edu

Description:
The 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). Founded in 1991, the Lutes Lacrosse Team prides itself on its ability to develop all skill levels, as it hosts players with extensive high school experience to multi-sport athletes that are new to lacrosse.

Type of Club or Organization:
Athletic & Recreational

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: We practice 2 times per week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8pm-10pm
Where: East Field (Turf Field)

Club Email:
rosekc@plu.edu

Description:
Nā Hoaloha O Hawai’i is a club that seeks to promote the Aloha Spirit and the diverse cultures of Hawai’i and its’ people through service projects, social events, and educational club meetings. 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 your home away from home. You do not need to be from Hawai’i to join our Ohana, nor do you need to be Native Hawaiian. We welcome all those who are interested in being a part of our community!

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Bi-weekly meetings; day and time TBA
Where: TBA

Club Email:
hawaii@plu.edu

Description:
Night of Musical Theatre is a club that produces a cabaret of songs from musicals to provide more opportunities for aspiring performers.

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance and Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: J-term only, Sunday-Thursday from 6:30pm-10pm
Where: Eastvold Mainstage in KHP or Studio Theater in KHP

Club President’s Email:
dkoetje@plu.edu

Description:
Outdoor Rec is Pacific Lutheran University’s wilderness adventure club. We lead trips each weekend to scenic places around the Pacific Northwest, rent gear out to the PLU community, and provide the resources necessary for any adventure!

Type of Club or Organization:
Athletic & Recreational

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: TBA
Where: Columbia Center Lounge

Club Email:
outdoor@plu.edu

Description:
Pacific 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!

Type of Club or Organization:
Athletic & Recreational

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Check out our Instagram @pluswimclub to look at meeting and event times.
When: PLU Pool

Club President’s Email:
robert.spears@plu.edu

Description:
PERIOD @ Pacific Lutheran University, WA is a chapter of the national organization PERIOD.org. This chapter’s aim is to end period poverty on campus while destigmatizing menstruation throughout our PLU community. Through discussion, educational events, and legislation, we hope to make PLU a more accessible place for all!

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Once a month, day and time TBA
Where: Xavier 250

Club President’s Email:
pasquatn@plu.edu

Description:
Phi 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.

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic & Honors Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Monthly, day and time TBA
Where: TBA

Club Email:
pat@plu.edu

Description:
A 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 play!

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Wednesdays and Sundays, from 6pm-9pm
Where: Admin 202 and Admin 206

Club President’s Email:
dstanley@plu.edu

Description:
PLU DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs, no matter the major! We look to apply our learning, connect to business, and promote competition and community involvement. We develop PLU students’ through our competitive team and professional development events that improve your interpersonal/soft skills in the workforce. The team welcomes all students to compete in the five offered business event categories: marketing, finance (including accounting), hospitality, management, and entrepreneurship. With the opportunity to travel, compete, earn scholarships, network, and make new friends, the memories you make with PLU DECA will last you a lifetime!

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic & Honors Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Monthly, contact Danielle, one of the Club Co-Presidents, to be added to the Google group chat!
Where: Morken 105

Club Email:
deca@plu.edu

Club Co-President’s Email:
danielle.poulin@plu.edu

Description:
PLU Pickleball Club provides a fun and simple way to exercise in a stress-relieving environment without getting in the way of classes. In addition, this club doesn’t require high maintenance like most sports. We have created our small community, and currently are working on a fundraiser through a tournament open to PLU and outside communities as well. Our main goal with the club is to create a fun community where we can enjoy our interests while meeting new people. We provide the equipment, we teach the rules for new people, and we provide the space to play on our scheduled times.

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: On Wednesdays from 9:30am-10:45am and Saturdays from 12:30pm-2:30pm
Where: Memorial Gym, attached to Names Fitness Center

Club President’s Email:
barbara.wagner@plu.edu

Description:
PLUtonic is a student-run and directed a cappella group (they perform without instruments!). In 2021, PLUtonic made the shift from Tenor-Bass to a SATB ensemble to be more inclusive and allow any student to participate in a cappella on campus. The group strives to engage in the learning and performance of a cappella music. PLUtonic also aims to provide a diverse selection of music and performance opportunities to the PLU community and beyond. They also compete annually at the ICCA northwest quarterfinals.

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance and Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Twice a week*
Where: TBA

*Rehearsal schedule is adjusted at the start of each term to meet participant availability.

Club Email:
plutonic@plu.edu

Description:
Prism is a hub for LGBTQ+ students to talk and make friends, while also discussing important issues on and off-campus regarding LGBTQ+ rights.

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Third Friday of every month at 3pm
Where: DJS Lounge

Club Email:
prismclub@plu.edu

Description:
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.

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic Clubs & Honor Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: TBA
Where: Ramstad Hall 112

Club President’s Email:
brianna.christiansen@plu.edu

Description:
Guided by the fundamental principles of the American Red Cross and their mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors, the club will learn, practice and exemplify humanitarian values through mission-related service projects.

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every second Wednesday of the month 3pm-4pm
Where: TBA

Club President’s Email:
bschultz@plu.edu

Description:
We provide students with the opportunity to learn about investment management and develop a greater understanding of the financial industry through active management of the Fund’s portfolio – a portion of Pacific Lutheran University’s Quasi-Endowment.

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every Wednesday at 5:30pm
Where: Morken 228

Club Email:
sif@plu.edu

Description:
The PLU Men’s+ Ultimate Frisbee teams are constantly seeking new players to join the highly competitive and supportive community of Ultimate Frisbee. Home to both an (A team and B Team), both teams have had numerous successes, placing high at the conference tournaments, and both competing at the regional level. No 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. Between practices and games, team bonding keeps the competitive atmosphere fun with trips, volunteering, fundraising, and more! So, are you ready to come and play one of the most popular sports in the country?

Type of Club or Organization:
Athletic and Recreational

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When:
Tuesdays: 8pm-10pm
Thursdays: 6pm-8pm
Saturdays: 9am-11am
Where: East Field (Turf/Fieldhouse) for Tuesdays and Saturdays, Thursday location TBA

Club Email:
plureign@plu.edu

Description:
The 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!

Type of Club or Organization:
Athletic & Recreational

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When:
Tuesdays: 8pm-10pm
Thursdays: 6pm-8pm
Saturdays: 9am-11am
Where: East Field (Turf/Fieldhouse)

Club Email:
womenult@plu.edu

Description:
Rose Window Studios is a student-run film organization that produces original short films.

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance & Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm-8pm
Where: AUC 174

Club Email:
showrunners@plu.edu

Description:
The purpose of the ROTC Cadet Club is to instill the value of community responsibility, service and dedication in our members. Our goal is to provide leadership and direction while providing students with team building, networking, and leadership skills and opportunities.

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: One Friday a month at 1100
Where: TBA

Club President’s Email:
dzuniga@plu.edu

Description:
The Social Work Student Organization seeks to create links and support systems between students in the Social Work program, especially between cohorts. The organization is looking to create more opportunities to bring more students into the program and educate students on the social work profession. The Social Work Student Organization engages in service, advocacy, diversity, and inclusion efforts.

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every other Wednesday from 6pm-7pm
Where: DJS Lounge

Co-President’s Email:
chandra.wallace@plu.edu

Description:
The mission of STEMinist Club is to create a community with those underrepresented in the STEM field. We aim to provide resources and learn about experiences from professionals in their respective fields.

Type of Club or Organization:
Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability (DJS)/Civic Engagement

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: TBA
Where: TBA

Club President’s Email:
llazarte@plu.edu

Description:
In Swing Dancing club, we get together once a week to dance together. Learn a variant of East Coast swing, and social dance the rest of the time! No experience required.

Type of Club or Organization:
Athletic and Recreational

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every Wednesday from 6:30pm-8pm
Where: Columbia Center dance hall

Club President’s Email:
swifall@plu.edu

Description:
The Art Collective is a community of PLU students, staff, and faculty who have an avid interest in expanding the field of creative arts and an appreciation of print and digital media. We facilitate and participate in regional and national art exchanges, become active members in our local communities, as well as host several art sales at Pacific Lutheran University.

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance and Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Once a week, day and time TBA
Where: Ingram 106

Club Email:
thecollective@plu.edu

Description:
The Computer Science Club is a vibrant community of students dedicated to exploring the exciting world of technology while fostering inclusivity and fun. Our club provides a supportive environment where members can enhance their computer science knowledge through engaging activities, collaborative projects, and informative guest lectures. We actively promote diversity and welcome individuals of all backgrounds who may not initially consider computer science as their domain. Through interactive activities, social events, and outreach programs, we strive to break down barriers and showcase the enjoyable side of computer science. Join us as we learn, grow, and have a great time together!

Type of Club or Organization:
Academic Clubs & Honor Societies

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Wednesday 6:30pm-8:00pm
Where: Morken 212

Club President’s Email:
duffy.anderson@plu.edu

Description:
The Gamer’s Guild is a place for students from all walks of life to enjoy games of all kinds, whether on a board, using cards or of the digital variety. Our main draw is a platform for getting connected to Tabletop Roleplaying Games, like Dungeons and Dragons, that are run by other PLU students. We are an inclusive community and are always looking for new gamers to play with!

Type of Club or Organization:
General Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Saturday or Sunday from 1pm-4pm
Where: The CAVE (in the AUC)

Club Email:
plugg@gmail.com

Description:
The Umbrella 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 (as well as a representative for each student production), and NOMT. We are headed by a Production Manager, Assistant Production Manager, and Treasurer. We also work to fund any guest speakers, independent productions, and miscellaneous theatre activities as we are requested and able.

Type of Club or Organization:
Performance and Creative Interest

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: At least 2 times per semester
Where: KHP Green Room/Script Library

Club Email:
umbrella@plu.edu

Description:
Young Life is a club that meets to create community, have fun, and explore the Christian faith.

Type of Club or Organization:
Religious/Spiritual

Meeting Times & Places (Subject to Change):
When: Every other Thursday at 7:30pm
Where: The CAVE

Club Representative’s Email:
laurelehogan@gmail.com