Develop yourself beyond classroom walls.
Whether you are attending university to prepare yourself for the holistic Career Outcomes needed by top employers or to grow on a more personal level, Cal Lutheran gives you a unique advantage to get involved and gain real-life experience.
Participating in experiential opportunities helps you boost your résumé with in-demand skills and high-impact roles by the time that you graduate. See a sneak preview of the types of opportunities available to you outside of the classroom during your time at Cal Lutheran, right here on campus.
From iCLU Radio to Knights Hockey to various professional societies, a wide range of interests, passions, and communities are represented by our 100+ student groups. Browse our directory to find your niche with like-minded students on campus.
- Arts & Entertainment
- Business & Marketing
- Civic / Leadership
- Honor Societies
- Religious / Spiritual
- Sports & Recreation
- Other Clubs
In iCLU, you learn how to create your own radio show, the technical side of radio and how to produce a show and music. You also learn about the radio industry and network, how to market your show and much more. Being involved in iCLU has allowed me to expand my network, gain experience in media, have fun and build lasting friendships!Giana Gutridge, Co-President and Marketing Manager
Green Club is dedicated to educating our campus community about sustainability, fair trade and environmental advocacy efforts. Through volunteer events and fun socials, we want students to know that they can make a positive impact on the world around them.Lauren Graf, President
Involvement in the Rotaract Club means being a part of something greater than myself. I have the privilege of working will people of all ages to make a difference in our community. We come together to build friendships and share ideas while observing our motto: Service Above Self.Francheska Tanglao, President
Are you someone who likes to have a seat at the planning table?
Consider a role in one of our Student Government bodies to represent the voices and needs of your fellow peers.
Elected in the spring, ASCLUG officers lead the undergraduate student government to help implement programs and policies, and to formally represent the interests of all students.
The Graduate and Professionals Student Council (GPSC) aims at providing a platform to voice the expectations and represent the Graduate and Bachelor’s Degree for Professionals student body.
Our commitment to serving our neighbors is equally enduring as our search for inward truths through interfaith perspectives. We welcome all members of our campus community to take part in this process together.
Civic Engagement & Leadership
We can help you brainstorm and coordinate service projects, connect with local orgs, and spread the word about your campaigns. Participate in Spring Break service trips and volunteer in the SEEd (Sustainable Edible Education) Project Garden.
There are many ways for you to connect to the spiritual life here—worship, retreats, service, and more. We welcome everyone in our community, no matter your belief or non-belief. Be sure to check out our Community Cupboard, too!
Vocation & Purpose
Has anybody ever prompted you to consider not just WHAT you want to do with your life, but the meaning of what you do with it? Access tools and resources to embark on your journey of deeper discernment.
Leadership and Professional Development
In our tightly knit community at Cal Lutheran, you have a wide range of opportunities to stand out as a leader of your peers. Attain a leadership role or access preparation programs that give you the tools and confidence to you reach your next level.
These awards recognize those who demonstrate outstanding contributions to the community, such as advocating for diversity or exemplifying school spirit. Award winners are selected based of of nomination submissions and the Leadership Awards committee.
One of the best ways that you can develop yourself toward your professional goals is to attend a conference within your targeted field or industry. Our funding program covers a portion of conference fees to help you gain greater access to opportunities that call out to you.
Senior Sendoff Celebrations
All graduating students are invited celebrate their academic accomplishments with their friends and families in this pre-commencement event! This event is open to graduating students in undergraduate and graduate programs who purchase a cultural stole.
Highlighted Leadership Roles
To learn about applying to specific roles, contact Student Employment.