Academics and involvement go hand in hand at Lewis & Clark as part of a balanced, engaging, and rewarding college experience. Through its programs and support of student organizations, Student Activities facilitates, coordinates, and implements a variety of co-curricular and extra-curricular programs that support the College’s mission.
- Student Activities consistently produces high quality events and programs for the Lewis & Clark community.
- Student Activities serves as the primary resource and support for Lewis & Clark’s diverse student organizations through its annual recognition process.
- Student Activities in partnership with the Campus Activities Board provides students with opportunities for leadership and personal experiences that encourage discussion, personal exploration, and intentional learning.
- Student Activities collaborates with departments, offices, and organizations throughout the College to host meaningful events and programs that enhance the Lewis & Clark experience.
Student Activities Links
Templeton Campus Center Links
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The Office of Student Activities helps to coordinate many of the events and student groups on campus. It also can assist you in matching your interests to an existing group or help you get a new organization started.
Director of Student Activities
Does Lewis & Clark have what you want?
Whether you’re looking for something specific or just wondering what’s available, this list of student groups and organizations will give you a good idea of the many ways to be involved at Lewis & Clark. Do keep in mind that organizations may vary from year to year, depending upon student interest - Lewis & Clark students never stop creating new organizations and engaging in new activities! Links to the groups and organizations that have active sites are provided.
Division of Student Life Mission Statement
The Division of Student Life empowers students to learn, lead, and engage the traditions of the liberal arts in the 21st century. As holistic educators, we partner with students through their development in academic and experiential learning, civic leadership and career development, diversity and inclusion, and wellness. We create an enduring community of belonging in which all students can take pride and realize their potential.
May 29th, 2015
3:40pm - 5:00pm:
2015 Conference Closing Plenary
The closing plenary of the 14th Annual Crime Victim Law Conference, themed Victims. Rights. Now., features two campus sexual assault survivors turned advocates, Laura Dunn and Brenda Tracy, discussing their experiences and their advocacy to change the law. Click here to register.