Student Clubs & Organizations
All religious organizations on campus are approved by Student Life. To learn more about the process of being a recognized club or organization visit the Clubs and Organizations website.
Current Religious Clubs and Organizations at CLU
College Life is the college version of Young Life, a global high school Christian outreach program. This is a gathering where Christians and non-Christians can hang out, create friendships, learn about each other and themselves, and find out about having a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Contact Kendra Varney, Advisor Jennifer Marshall.
Muslim Student Association
The Muslim Student Association at Cal Lutheran seeks to achieve an inclusive community through cultural and religious discussion based on Islamic faith and tradition. We want to provide a safe environment for Muslims and non-Muslims to have an open dialogue. These conversations are meant to explore spirituality, ethics, and Muslim identity. But we also stress the importance of harmony with other religious and non-religious groups by exploring human identity. To promote understanding amongst students, faculty, and staff, we want to provide opportunities for CLU members to learn about Islam and develop relationships with Muslims on campus.
LDSSA is the Latter-Day Student Student Association. The LDSSA is an official student group at CLU, and our purpose is to serve the students attending CLU. We plan activities, religious classes, and service opportunities to which we invite those of all faiths. This club is open to anyone who is interested in participating in our activities. Contact J.D. Tolson, Advisor Dr. Nelson.
Students get away from their busy lives and seek God on an intimate and personal level as well as be encouraged and strengthened by other Christian believers. Through prayer, worship, and short devotion this group will grow spiritually and emotionally closer to Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Meetings are every Thursday at 7 p.m. in Nygreen 2.
Contact Madison Nessen-Berry, Advisor Melissa Maxwell-Doherty.