Registered Student Organizations
Lansing Community College has an average of 35 Registered Student
Organizations each semester; there is something for everyone! RSOs cover
a wide range of topics and interest areas, including but not limited to:
academic, business, environmental, international, political,
racial/ethnic, religious, women's interests and sports.
The Student Life Office officially recognizes these organizations through an annual registration process. Once registered, RSOs can plan and sponsor activities on campus, apply for funding, and participate in events.
For more information on how to join a club or organization, or how to start one, call the Student Life Office at 517.483.1285, or visit us in the Gannon Building Room 252.04.
The following RSOs have officially registered and are active for the 2014-2015 Academic Year:
Aikido Club: Martial arts student
Adviser Rob Van Oeveren, 517-483-1686
Atlanta University Center Club: Helps
students connect with historically African-American colleges.
Adviser: Tonjala Eaton, 483-1053
Campus Disciples: A non-denominational,
Bible-based campus ministry.
Adviser Edwin Bryant, 517-483-1092
Dental Hygiene Club: Helps development of
dental hygiene skills and practices.
Adviser Sheree Duff, 517-483-1467
Fashion Art and Design Association: is a
group of creative artists and future fashion designers aspiring
to experience fashion and art through enrichment, exploration,
and community involvement in the Lansing community.
Adviser Toni Stoddard, 517-290-5164
Friends of a Listening Ear: Raise awareness
at LCC of the community services provided by The Listening Ear
Crisis Intervention Center and recruit new volunteers.
Adviser Laura Spees, 517-819-4906
Gay Straight Alliance: Diversity of sexual
orientation is a reality. We accept and affirm each person as he
or she is. One's non-exploitive sexual practices are deeply
personal, and are not our concern. Our purpose is to build
bridges of understanding across those barriers that deny human
dignity to some, and we may desire speaker's to address these
issues on occasion.
Adviser John Stratton, 517-295-3721 GSA Website
Information Technology Student Alliance: is
an organization for any student in a CIT program or who is
interested in Computer Information Technology. The focus of ITSA
is to help CIT students connect with each other, with faculty
and staff at LCC, and to engage in professional development
opportunities and learn about various areas of CIT.
Adviser Sarah Linz, 517-483-1314
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Adviser Forest Tate, 517-505-2815
Provides support to students interested in kinesiology
and promotes health & wellness events.
Adviser Ivy Tagger, 517-483-1450
Latinos Unidos(Latinos United): LU formed
Fall of 2012, we focus on developing leadership, academic
success, community outreach, and cultural awareness within the
students and the communities they come from. We provide a common
space for students to meet and form support groups to further
education and promote life success.
Adviser Felipe Lopez, 517-483-9803
Native American Student Alliance: Promotes
Native American cultures for advancement of national heritage.
Adviser Eva Menefee, 517-483-9674
Paralegal Association: Promotes
interaction among students enrolled in LCC Legal Assistant
program. Helps students keep up to date with the latest
developments in the rapidly growing and changing field of legal
Adviser Reid Felsing, 517-483-1579
People's Church Campus Ministry: An organization
focusing on spiritual and personal growth for all its
participants. It is a safe environment where all LCC students
can express ideas and feelings freely.
Adviser Lydia Erickson, 517-483-1012
Offers photographic experiences to students.
Adviser Christopher Schneiter, 616-901-1653
Psychology Club: Connects students
interested in and/or studying psychology.
Adviser: Janis Elmore, 517-483-1150
Rise Up: A discussion-based, student-led
Adviser Jean Grof, 517-483-1061
Sign Language Club: Promotes development of sign
Adviser Brenda Cartwright, 517-483-9610
Student Nursing Association: Enhances the
development of the student as professional and encourages
networking with other health professionals.
Adviser Laurie Brush, 517-483-1443
Student Sonographers Association: Club meets
monthly to discuss fundraising for the purpose of attending the
Michigan Sonographersâ€™ Society Symposium in the spring of each
year to network with sonographers, hear speakers within the
industry and see the newest equipment in the field.
Adviser Denise Drumm, 517-483-1754
Students Who Are Transformed (S.W.A.T):
This organization will strive to advance awareness of Biblical
principles and their relevance to contemporary beliefs and
lifestyles, specifically through the advancement of sharing the
gospel of Jesus Christ in a non-combative, friendly,
conversational manner. The club may also focus its attention on
volunteer opportunities within the social element of the
Adviser Ted Szymanski, 517-582-5064
Yoga Club: Offers meditative practices to
those interested in yoga.
Adviser Andrew Hicks, 517-574-1942
Young Americans for Liberty: To create a
more active presence of constitutionally educated young adults
in and around the Lansing area and to promote leadership.
Co-Advisers Duane Dietrich, 517-604-0108
Michael F. Trebesh, 989-640-3251
* If you would like a web announcement providing more
information on your Registered Student Organization, please
visit the RSO Forms page. If
you have any questions please feel free to
contact us. Please allow
two weeks for information to be posted.
Student Life Office
Gannon Building, Room 252.04
Phone: (517) 483-1285
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