The American Sign Language Club opens the doors for the deaf and the hearing-impaired to interact with one another and learn about community service, discuss relevant topics, and to have social fellowship opportunities.
The Black Student Union is here to change the negative perception of African Americans placed on us by the media and previous generations. We want to express ours and other cultures to the surrounding community.
The purpose of this organization shall be as follows:
Goal #1: To encourage reading and create life-long readers among members and students by selecting a book of high literary value for the club to read every month.
Goal #2: To create engagement with literature by hosting and/or promoting events and activities on a monthly basis in which, students will be given the opportunity to engage with their reading through discussion, games, cultural activities, or other ways that are relevant to the reading.
The Deliberative Dialogues seeks to foster productive political speech on campus by training moderators and hosting dialogues that provide meaningful opportunities for students to tackle contemporary problems in politics.
EMPS is a student-led club for anyone interested in engineering, math, and the physical sciences. EMPS hosts guest speakers, holds math and engineering events, and provides opportunities for STEM volunteer work. It's a great place for networking, getting academic support, and finding out about local math and engineering events.
We are an organization where students of all denominations can come together and have fellowship with one another. Our purpose is to provide opportunities of growth, fellowship, service and leadership for students in your walk with Christ--be it a new walk or a well-established one. Activities include discipleship, mission trips, service to the campus and community, and general times of fellowship and fun.
Public Achievement is a youth civic engagement initiative focused on the most basic concepts of citizenship, democracy and public work. This club seeks to get students to think about their role as active citizens and creators of public spaces. Each year students will develop a project and create an action plan for implementing change in the area.
Public Achievement is used in schools and communities in several states, and around the world in Turkey and Eastern Europe, South Africa, Northern Ireland, Israel, and Gaza and the West Bank to build democracy and solve community problems.
The Student Veterans Association provides a social group to help Veterans adjust to and become successful in civilian and college life; promotes college spirit and establishes and maintains fellowship amongst Veterans and students on the LSC-K campus; assists with dissemination of information valuable to Veterans; integrates Veterans and students into social and campus activites; organizes worthwile projects and events pertaining to Veterans and their needs and issues.
The SVA is dedicated to provide military veterans with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and following graduation. All veterans will succeed in higher education, achieve their academic goals, and gain meaningful employment.