Graduate & Professionals Clubs and Organizations
2019-2020 Recognized Clubs and Organizations
Are you a graduate and/or Professionals student who is interested in creating a new student club or organization?
If so, you can apply for club recognition and funding for the 2018-2019 academic year by accessing the application on this website.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling deadline and will be considered by the GPSC in the order in which they are received.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Jaime Faucher, the GPSC Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of this club is to bring the entire Cal Lutheran community together and celebrate Indian festivals. This Club will also involve showcasing the rich Indian culture, Indian historical events, and traditions & customs that are being practiced exclusively in India since time immemorial.
- Nighat Shah, Advisor
Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary Student Association
The PLTS Student Association seeks to lift up the interests and concerns of all PLTS seminarians; to encourage the full participation of seminarians in the PLTS community; and to affirm the diversity of the Seminarian Body as it enriches the ministry of this institution. For more information, visit the PLTS Student Association website here: https://www.plts.edu/students/student-services/student-association.html
PIHRA-Human Resource Club (Graduate)
The purpose of this club is to connect and empower students who are interested in networking, personal and career development, or human resources as a career or field of study. PIHRA offers students the unique opportunity to connect with professionals who can serve as mentors or guides. This network of professionals can provide insight on career attainment and advancement, or assist with personal and career development as a whole.While the PIHRA chapter has been created by graduate students in the School of Management, we openly welcome and accept undergraduates of any major who are interested.
PsyD Student Council
The purpose of the PsyD Student Council shall be to act as a liaison between the student body and the College and University administrations and community; to advise the student body of University information, opportunities and decision-making; and advocate on behalf of California Lutheran University’s Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Degree student body.
- Jennifer Twyford, Advisor
Saudi Club at CLU
The mission of this club is to introduce the history and culture of Saudi Arabia to faculty and students on the campus. The club's objective is to consolidate and strengthen social relations among Saudi students during their stay in U.S.
- Nighat Shah, Advisor