NameDescriptionActive?
AbsoLUTE: Christian FellowshipAbsoLUTE: Christian Fellowship’s goal is to glorify God and serve the PLU community through the study of God’s Word. We offer an environment where all are welcome to fellowship and learn about the Bible.

welchae@plu.edu

President: Abbie Welch
Advisor: Tom Smith
Yes
ACDA- American Choral Directors AssociationPLU ACDA is a student chapter of the American Choral Directors Association, the largest organization in the world for professional choral directors with over 20,000 members worldwide. As a student chapter, we host events and meetings to learn more about the choral arts.

acda@plu.edu

President: Maya Adams
Advisor: Brian Galante
Yes
Active MindsActive Minds is a national organization dedicated to changing the conversation surrounding mental health. Here at PLU we hope to raise awareness surrounding mental health and help reduce the stigma!

activeminds@plu.edu

President: Grace Bingay
Advisor: Mary Moller
Yes
Alpha Psi OmegaA student theatre-producing organization focusing on smaller, more avant garde productions.

apo@plu.edu

President: Joy Ghigleri
Advisor: Tom Smith
https://apo062.wixsite.com/alpha-psi-omega
Yes
Alpha Upsilon SigmaAlpha Upsilon Sigma is PLU’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society. Our goal is to facilitate an English community at Pacific Lutheran University for English majors and non-majors alike and promote events pertaining to the discipline. Alpha Upsilon Sigma’s events are open to all PLU students, regardless of honor society membership status.

alphaupsig@plu.edu

President: Natalia Giovengo
Advisor: Nancy Simpson-Younger

https://www.facebook.com/sigmataudeltaPLU/
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Anime ClubWatch Japanese animations for the purpose of entertainment with the intent of learning cultural tropes through this storytelling medium. We will share our thoughts, feelings and intepretations of the anime in group discussion.

anime@plu.edu

President: Kody Allen
Advisor: Paul Manfredi
Yes
Anthropology ClubThe Anthropology Club provides students of anthropology, as well as interested students, a place to explore any and all topics that relate to human beings. Our mission is to foster an appreciation of cultures, language, human origin, and the discovery and preservation of the human past and present. Each year, we host events for students and the outside community to learn more about the world of anthropology.

President:
Advisor:

https://sites.google.com/a/plu.edu/anthropology-club/home
No
Art ClubThe Art Club strives to increase the cultural knowledge and diversity on Pacific Lutheran’s campus, increase the cultural knowledge and diversity to the surrounding Parkland area, and encourage an affinity towards the arts across all mediums, including but not limited to: sculpture, film, painting, fresco, ceramics, and drawing.

anthclub@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Asian-Pacific Islanders Student Association (APISA)The Asian Pacific Islander Association strives to celebrate the culture and identity of Asian-American and Pacific Islander students through food, music, activities, and conversation. Our goal is to provide a welcoming place for those who identify as API or those who want to be more educated on a culture different from their own.

api@plu.edu

President: Hannah Siitia
Advisor: Brandon Bruan, Julian Franco
Yes
Banned Books ClubThe Banned Books Club seems to get people talking about taboo topics, to teach people empowerment through reading and literature, and to provide people with the opportunity to relax, relieve stress, and learn about books that influenced the world.

banbooks@plu.edu

President: Kianna Ahlstrom
Advisor: Michael Schleeter


Yes
Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Ro ChapterBeta Alpha Psi is a nonprofit international honorary and service organization for Financial and Accounting students. The Delta Rho chapter offers opportunities for self development and networking, while encouraging ethical, social, and public responsibilities. Membership is open to students intending to concentrate in accounting and finance who have maintained 3.0 GPA.

bap@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
https://sites.google.com/a/plu.edu/bap/
No
Biology ClubBiology club is a place for biology majors, biology minors, and anyone interested in biology to gather and discuss how and why biology touches our lives.

bioclub@plu.edu

President: Austin Richardson
Advisor: Julie Smith
Yes
Black Student UnionBlack Student Union provides the PLU community the opportunity to engage in elements of Black culture & conversation.

bsu@plu.edu

President: Marae Tidwell
Advisor: Pamela Rice
Yes
BurlesqueBurlesque is a club that aspires to make individuals feel strong, sexy, and powerful through dance. It is a no-cut club that encourages individuals to explore themselves unapologetically. Performance is optional.

moffetsa@plu.edu

President: Sade Moffet
Advisor: Sarah Seder
Yes
Cadet Activities CouncilThe Cadet Activities Council is the voice of cadets at Pacific Lutheran University. The council coordinates fundraising activities in order to have battalion social events.
lopezcza@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
CathoLUTESCathoLUTES is a student-run club seeking to foster a community on PLU's campus. CathoLUTES offers monthly on-campus masses in addition to other resources for Catholic identifying students.

a href="mailto:catholics@plu.edu">catholics@plu.edu

President: Marie Rodriguez
Advisor: Julian Franco
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Chemistry ClubPLU Chemistry Club welcomes anyone who is interested in exploring the exciting and engaging world of chemistry. Not only do we hold amazing events on campus, we also connect with local schools and share our excitement with young students through hands-on demos. In addition, we host study sessions and go on field trips where chemistry is at work. So please join our family!

ibrahisa@plu.edu

President: Salma Ibrahim
Advisor: Jon Freeman

https://www.facebook.com/PLU-Chemistry-Club-141900439239456/
Yes
Clay CrowsPacific Lutheran University’s premiere improv group!

claycrows@plu.edu

President: Cecilia Lewis
Advisor: Tom Smith
Yes
Club KeithleyClub Keithley is named for Perry G. Keithley Middle School, where we connect the PLU and Parkland communities through service and outreach. We interact with Keithley students through classroom volunteering, one-on-one mentorships, and after school programs. Middle schoolers rock!

clubkms@plu.edu

President: Ariana Schieber
Advisor: Kristin Menson
Yes
CWMEA (Collegiate Washington Music Educators Association)We give professional development opportunities to music education majors. We bring in guest speakers, have student led discussions, organize advocacy events, and attend the state conference for music educators.
lewisci@plu.edu

President: Cecilia Lewis
Advisor: Dr. Linda Miller
http://www.cwmea.org/
Yes
Dance ClubPacific 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!

danceteam@plu.edu

President: Sami Noble
Advisor: Sarah Seder
Yes
Delta Iota Chi Nursing ClubDelta Iota Chi is an NSNA affiliated professional service club at Pacific Lutheran University directly linked to the School of Nursing. Students must be enrolled in the School of Nursing to be eligible for membership, however our events and meetings are open to all. We provide opportunities for professional and educational development as well as community service for our members through our many events and activities during the year. Being a member is not only a chance to boost the School of Nursing portfolio but network with people from other cohorts and different nursing fields too. We strive to be a standard for professionalism within the School of Nursing as well as the community at PLU.

delta@plu.edu

President: Ryan Miller
Advisor: Richard Knowlton

https://sites.google.com/a/plu.edu/delta-iota-chi/
Yes
Fellowship of Christian AthletesProviding a time of fellowship, prayer, meditation and transformation to occur. By using the vehicle of sports and relating it to our spiritual beliefs.

cracesg@plu.edu

President: Hailey Marsh
Advisor: Spencer Crace
Yes
Feminist Student UnionFSU aims to give students who are passionate about feminist issues the voice and opportunity to be activists and inform their campus and larger community.

fsu@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Gamer’s GuildCasual tabletop gaming events, including board games, card games, and role-playing games.

plugamersguild@gmail.com

President: Ethan Ness
Advisor: Erik Hammerstrom
Yes
Garden ClubThe PLU Community Garden is completely run by students and the community with staff and faulty support. The Garden is dedicated to adding local, fresh produce to the Parkland community while providing a resource and community to experienced gardeners and those just here to have a good time! The property is staffed by student employees, who manage the upkeep and outreach for the garden. We can be reached by email at garden@plu.edu, for questions, inquiries on service opportunities or to reserve a plot.

garden@plu.edu

President: Nick Spangler
Advisor: Nicole Juliano
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Generation ActionGeneration Action is a branch of Planned Parenthood with clubs on more than 300 college campuses. It is a network of young activists across the country who organize events on their campuses and in their communities to mobilize advocates for reproductive freedom, raise public awareness about reproductive health and rights, educate young people about sexual health, and create lasting change in their communities.

hobbsdm@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Geo ClubGeo Club invites students, of any background, to explore the many facets of geoscience. Geo Club aims to give students the opportunity to discuss down to Earth topics, such as natural resources, climate, rocks and minerals, and large scale processes that form the world around us. Dig into this gem of a club, we rock!

geoclub@plu.edu

President: Orion Schomber
Advisor: Peter Davis
Yes
Glee ClubPLU Glee Club provides the need for a mixed a Capella group without having a competitive audition process. Glee Club will perform a Capella vernacular music of various difficulties, in a casual setting, but also provides a great opportunity to form one’s own competitive mixed group.

hansentm@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
GREANG.R.E.A.N., GrassRoots Environmental Action Now, is a club for passionate students, whether they are committed to saving the planet or just curious about what they can do. Come to GREAN club to learn about sustainability and environmental issues on PLU’s campus and in the surrounding community, and get opportunities to engage in environmental action.

grean@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Habitat for HumanityHabitat for Humanity is a service organization. At PLU we have a campus chapter where we tie in closely with Pierce and Tacoma Habitat for builds. We maintain monthly builds and other Habitat advocacy work.

habitat@plu.edu

President: Ethan Marshman
Advisor: Kristin Menson
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Hammocking ClubThe Hammocking Club is for students who like to just lay in a hammock and relax. We live in the PNW where there is an abundance of trees so you can hammock almost anywhere. We hope to create a positive atmosphere where students with similar interests. We are open to anyone who wants to join us for fun-filled hammocking adventures!

dbarnett@plu.edu

President: Dylan Barnett
Advisor: Aldis Purs

Yes
Health Sciences 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.

<a href="mailto:medent@plu.edu" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="medent@plu.edu

President: Haley Elizabeth Peffer
Advisor: Matthew Smith
Yes
HERmonic“Sassy, Brassy, and Classy.” HERmonic is a female group that performs and entertains through A’Capella music, priding themselves on their individuality and spirit.

hermonic@plu.edu

President: Hanna Venera
Advisor: Brian Galante

www.facebook.com/hermonicacappella
Yes
Ignite Campus MinistryIgnite seeks to gather together in fellowship with students at PLU that want to encounter and cultivate a deeper love with Jesus Christ in our large group gatherings, corporate prayer meetings, and small groups to live a life reflecting Jesus Christ.
Our calling mandated in Matthew 28:19-20 is to spread the Word of God and share the love of Christ to students, staff, and faculty by bearing the image of Christ.
“To know the love of Christ which passes knowledge; that [we] may be filled with all the fullness of God.” Ephesians 3:19

ignite@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:

13ignitemin.wordpress.com
No
Indigenous Peoples ClubIndigenous Peoples Club aims to connect indigenous and non-indigenous students and indigenous cultures at PLU. We have events based on indigenous cultures around the world and advocate and educate the community about indigenous cultures. We are a group of students who feel it’s important to feel connected to our cultures and our heritage

ipc@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
InterVarsity Christian FellowshipInterVarsity 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.
ivcf@plu.edu

President: Kelley Olson
Advisor: Karen Travis

http://pluintervarsity.wix.com/pluivcf
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K-Pop ClubK-Pop Club will provide a friendly environment to discuss and celebrate K-Pop and Korean culture while meeting new people. Events will include viewing of videos, dancing, games, cooking Korean food, and attending group trips to festivals within the area.

kpop@plu.edu

President: Janelle Brockman
Advisor: Erik Hammerstrom
Yes
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 for getting to meet more people within 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 is means a graduate degree or a certification, and what one experiences everyday on the job.
plukfc@plu.edu

President: Sarah Hulbert
Advisor: Dr. Charilaos Papadopoulos
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Knowledge Community – PLU StudentsKnowledge Community is a group of students dedicated to examining issues PLU students care about through Research, Publication, Presentation, Teaching, and Advocacy. As a member of this club, students will be exposed to a variety of opportunities to conduct, write about, and present research as club members and the advisor see fit. Students will also be exposed to partnership with the Institutional Research Office to learn how to code qualitative and quantitative data and to utilize as an advisory resource center.
nguyenam@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Latinx Unidos (formerly Amigos Unidos)Latinx Unidos, former Amigos Unidos, seeks to empower the Hispanic/Latinx student population for the purpose of providing scholarly support, cultural awareness, social enrichment, and community outreach. It provides a space on campus that allows Hispanic / Latinx students to feel like home, build a community together, and have some fun in the process. Stay connected by following us on Instagram: pluamigosu , like us on Facebook: PLU Amigos Unidos.
amigosu@plu.edu

President: Esmeralda Martinez-Lopez
Advisor: Luke Ruiz
Yes
Latter-day Saints Student AssociationEncourages fellowship and scripture study among Latter-day Saint students and all others desiring to be involved.
prattca@plu.edu

President: Hayden Mortensen
Advisor: Catherine Pratt
Yes
Love Your Melon Fund PLU CrewThe purpose of the Campus Crew is to give a hat to every child battling cancer in America, help support childhood cancer research initiatives, as well as provide support for children battling cancer and their families. The Crew will work towards these goals by volunteering time by organizing events that engage the PLU community. These activities will support the movement of eradicating pediatric cancer from the world.

plu.lymcrew@gmail.com

President: Meagan Mansfield
Advisor: Anna Gonzales
Yes
Lute LegionThe lute legion seeks to provide fun experiences at home sporting events by planning and facilitating organizing cheers, attendance incentives, and fan involvement activities at home sporting events.
lutelegion@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Lutes Love CampLutes Love Camp is a club dedicated to connecting and providing resources for past, current, and future camp counselors, anyone working with youth, or anyone looking for a fun time learning and participating in a high energy, welcoming, and camp-like community.
llc@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Lute NationLute Nation is the step team at Pacific Lutheran University, that includes students from different backgrounds and ability. Step is an art form that uses the body as an instrument to make rhythmic sounds through stepping, clapping, and chanting. We step to educate, serve, and foster community on and off campus while maintaining the integrity and cultural competence of the art form!

lnation@plu.edu

President: Mark Hernandez
Advisor: Melannie Cunningham
Yes
Math ClubWe are a small group of college students who get together to solve intricate and interesting math problems for fun. We also have cookies or other varies snacks at every meeting.

mathclub@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Minnesota ClubWe are a group for anyone who loves Minnesota and the Midwest! We love to hang out and talk about the Midwest, eat Midwestern food, and partake in fun activities like duck duck gray duck or lefse making.
mnclub@plu.edu

Co-Presidents:
Advisor:
No
Muslim Student AssociationThe Muslim Student Association is for both Muslim and non-Muslims with the purpose of uniting and supporting the Muslim community of PLU, educating the greater PLU community about the Islamic faith and engaging in interfaith dialogue to enable tolerance.

muslimsa@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Na Hoaloha O Hawaii (Hawaii Club)To promote the Hawaiian and Asian Pacific Islander cultures and to educate ourselves, our peers, and the community in order to obtain unity through diversity and create a warm and welcoming environment for all students of Pacific Lutheran University.

hawaii@plu.edu

President: Angelika Marie Ilagan
Advisor: Brandon Braun
Yes
Night of Musical TheatreNight of Musical theatre strives to produce an annual musical revue in order to give students more opportunities for musical theatre.

umbrella@plu.edu

President: Sade Moffett
Advisor: Tom Smith

Yes
Opera ClubOpera Club’s goal is to encourage the interest in opera for everyone, whether you’re a vocal performance major or are interested in exploring a new art form! We also attend local operatic productions including Seattle Opera, Tacoma Opera, and Vashon Opera at an affordable price and have monthly PJ Pizza Opera nights.

opera@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Outdoor RecreationWe are an on-campus organization run by students, for students. Tacoma is located between the Olympic Peninsula, the Puget Sound, and the Cascade Range – we’re surrounded by places to explore! Join us one of our PNW to learn about and care for each other and the earth.

outdoor@plu.edu

President:
Advisor: Rob Thompson
Yes
PACE - Peer Advocacy and Community EngagementPeer Advocacy and Community Education (PACE) is a collective of student leaders who are specially trained, peer educators that provide training and dialogue in classrooms, residence halls, and other campus spaces to facilitate meaningful learning through discussion, instruction, and/or mentor-ship to their peers, individually or as part of a group.

PACE also brings events, campaigns, training, and programs to PLU and the surrounding community that place an emphasis on gender equity, sexuality, health, and violence prevention work.

pace@plu.edu

President: Dejan Perez
Advisor: Dawn Cuthbertson


https://www.plu.edu/gender-equity/pace/
Yes
Phi Alpha Delta/Delta RoPhi Alpha is an honor society for students majoring or minoring in social work. The Delta Rho chapter is part of a national honor society. The honor society focuses on academic excellence and service to the community.

phialpha@plu.edu

President: Koko Stephens-Jackson
Advisor: David Simpson
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PLU American Marketing AssociationThe American Marketing Association is an international professional society of individual members that commit themselves to the practice of marketing and to the embracement of the Associations core ethical values: honesty, responsibility, fairness, respect, transparency and citizenship. Our primary objectives as a club are to urge and assist the personal and professional development of our members as well as to cultivate a social environment that is conducive to establishing lifelong networking opportunities.

ama@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
PLU College RepublicansPLU College Republicans serves to promote Conservative ideals within the PLU community, to facilitate political discussion, and to encourage political involvement at all levels of governance.
plucr@plu.edu

President: Hannah Pacquing
Advisor: Kris Plaehn
Yes
PLU Hand Chime ChoirPLU Hand Chime Choir is open to anybody who would like to have fun making music! This is not just for people who have done music, this is for anyone who wants to have fun with hand bells! We perform at Trinity Church, as well as have a concert in Laugerquist once a year! This is a great way to meet people outside of your field of study!
pluchime@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
PLU Pep BandThe PLU Pep Band is the biggest, loudest, and best Pep Band in Division III! Open to any band instrumental musician no matter their major, the Pep Band rehearses just four times and supports the Lute Football Team at home football games. Join us and be #LoudAndProud2019

jwoodbubm@plu.edu

President: Benjamin Woodbury
Advisor: Edwin Powell
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PLU Physics ClubPLU Physics club seeks to inspire students interested in Physics with the many wonders that lie within the subject. Join us for demos, observatory nights, and much more! Remember, Physics is “Phun!”

physclub@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
PLU Poro PatrolWe are a Poro Patrol (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.

pluporo@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/OrderofDeSales/
No
PLU SNATS (NATS Student Chapter)The PLU SNATS chapter is a student chapter at PLU of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, a professional association of all teachers of singing. PLU SNATS provides students the opportunity to be connected to a professional network, in order to develop relationships with post-graduate professionals. SNATS events include masterclasses, workshops, and performance opportunities.

moultrmm@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
PLU Students for LifePLU Students for Life is dedicated to advocating for the worth of the most vulnerable in our society, particularly mothers and their children, whether born or pre-born. We do so by informing the PLU community about the injustice of abortion, helping mothers get access to the resources needed to raise their children, and respecting those who have differing opinions, especially women who have had an abortion in the past.
forlife@plu.edu

President: Betsabe Parmly
Advisor: Ralph Mix
Yes
PLU Table Tennis Clubjugovimm@plu.edu

President: Matthew Jugovich
Advisor: Christian Gerzo
Yes
PLUtonic AcapellaPLUtonic Acappella is Pacific Lutheran University’s premiere men’s a cappella group comprised of 14 talented and goofy men who 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.

plutonic@plu.edu

President: Benjamin Soderling
Advisor: Brian Galante
https://www.facebook.com/PLUtonicAcappella/
Yes
Pre-Law AssociationPre–Law Association helps students prepare for post-collegiate success, understand the Law School Admissions process, teaches Introduction to Law, and connects students with on-campus advocacy. Join us and get a head-start on your professional career!

plupla@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Pre-Med ClubThe goal of the Pre-Med Club is to provide students pursing a career in the medical field with the resources, tools, and community that will enable them to feel confident in the direction they are going. We explore options presented in both the civilian and military routes, as well as a wide variety of specialties (medical school, nursing, dentistry, etc). All are welcome!

PreMedClub@plu.edu

President: Megan Bockman
Advisor: Casey Bouch
Yes
PrismPrism is a resource 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 LGBT+ community. Our aim is to work in collaboration with the Diversity Center, Center for Gender Equity, other special interest groups, and any LGBT+ identified students.

prismclub@plu.edu

President: AJ Moore
Advisor: Beth Kraig
Yes
Psi ChiPsi 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.
psichi@plu.edu

President: Clara Elizabeth
Advisor: Dr. Jon Grahe
Yes
Scandinavian ClubCome celebrate Scandinavian culture with us!
scanclub@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)The Society for Human Resource Management is focused on connecting students to professionals in the workplace; through the mentorship program mentors can help students make the leap from classroom to boardroom. The main purpose of this program is to help students gain insightful information on current HR issues and learn about the HR field outside of the classroom through contact with an HR professional.
shrm@plu.edu

President: Kristine McKinney
Advisor: Ralph Flick
Yes
Sociology ClubAre you a sociology major or minor? Do you find sociology interesting? Do you like to question the constructs and structures of society? Then come join sociology club! We are a club that loves all things sociology. We have monthly meetings where we engage with our sociological imagination to question the norms of society. Ultimately this club is a community for students who love sociology and social justice. Feel free to email the club to ask about our upcoming meeting, we would love to have you!

sociclub@plu.edu

President: N/A
Advisor: N/A
No
Spirit-Filled PrayerSpirit-Filled Prayer is an intercessory prayer group geared towards the spirit-filled / Pentecostal Christian. Our sole purpose to to pray. Pray for our campus, our nation, the world and each other. The spirit-filled factor points to our welcoming of the gifts of the Holy Spirit in these prayer meetings.

SFPrayer@plu.edu

President: Ariel Johnston
Advisor: Sarah Daggett
Yes
Student Investment FundThe Benson Davis Student Investment Fund actively manages a portion of PLU’s quasi-endowment by investing in various financial instruments. Members gain hands-on experience analyzing, watching, and participating in financial markets. All majors are welcome, anyone interested in investing is encouraged to join!
sif@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Swing Dancing ClubA fun space for students to learn different styles of Swing dancing!

waldrona@plu.edu

President: Nicole Waldron
Advisor: Kristin Plaehn
Yes
The Mark Creative Writing ClubThe Mark Creative Writing Club is club for writing and talking about writing things. If you like writing anything creative (novels, short stories, fiction, fantasy, creative non-fiction, poetry, etc), you should check us out!! We have tea, cocoa, writing prompts, and good company.
themark@plu.edu

President: Cheyenne Hart
Advisor: Wendy Call
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Triota (Iota Iota Iota) Women’s and Gender Studies HonoraryThe PLU chapter of Iota Iota Iota Honor Society was officially recognized in fall 2016. Iota Iota Iota, also called Triota, is the honor society for Women’s and Gender Studies. Iota Iota Iota strives to maintain the feminist values central to Women’s Studies and encourage diversity, egalitarianism, and supportive academic environment for all students.
PLU students are eligible to join if they have completed 60 hours; have a 3.5 GPA; and have a demonstrated interest in WMGS (declared major, minor, or completion of three WMGS courses).
wmgs@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
No
Trombone ClubThe Trombone Club at PLU strives to bring together any and all trombone players to increase musicality and build relationships with each other and the community through music. Club membership is decided by officers and advisors based on trombone performance, but auditions are open to all.
deanam@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
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Umbrella OrganizationUnion of student theatre production organizations
umbrella@plu.edu

President: Cassandra Paulsen
Advisor: Tom Smith
Yes
United Students Association (formerly Global Student Club)United Students Association (USA) is a club to promote international perspective within the PLU community, and to encourage connections between international students and domestic students for cultural and social exchange purposes.

gsc@plu.edu

President: Tien-Yu Lu
Advisor: Heather Jacobsen
Yes
Vpstart CrowVpstart Crow is a club devoted to producing minimalist, avant-garde theatre at PLU. The idea was founded on an ardent desire to push themselves and each other as individual practitioners as far as they could by working with new forms of theatre rarely accessed by Students at PLU before.
apo@plu.edu

President: Kaylee Hawkins
Advisor: Tom Smith
Yes
World of AnycraftWorld of Anycraft is an arts and crafts club dedicated to fiber arts such as knitting, croqueting, weaving, spinning, felting and more. We welcome everyone at any skill level from beginner to advanced.
WoACraft@plu.edu

President:
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Young Americans for Liberty (YAL)A bipartisan politically active club looking to seek a more peaceful government and a more informed population, as much social as political YAL help students make friends across the aisle, network and get internships and opportunities.

pluyal@plu.edu

President: Kieran Lowe
Advisor: Michael Artime
Yes
Young Life College ClubCollege Young Life is a place to build meaningful friendships and to find fun, genuine community with other students. If you do not know God intimately, Young Life College offers you an opportunity to come and ask questions. And if you do know God, it is a good way to come and deepen your faith. All are welcome!
younglifecollege@plu.edu

President:
Advisor:
https://www.facebook.com/plucollegeyounglife/
No