Clubs and Organizations

Absolute Deviation

Provide a creative venue for young dancers to showcase their capabilities and to unite students that share a common interest that may have otherwise been divided by social boundaries. The organization is based upon strong values of commitment to our organization and community, determination and individuality. Our intention is to bring to light the uniqueness of the art of urban/hip-hop dance channeled through positive representatives of the student body.

A Trend to Follow (ATF)

ATF’s main focus is to bring the students together as a whole to break the boundaries that separate stereotypes and individuality. In doing so, we practice charity and meeting the needs of the less fortunate.

Admissions Ambassadors

An organization for students interested in providing prospective students and families with a first look of campus by giving positive and engaging tours of Lincoln College based on personal experiences.

Alternative Breaks

Alternative Breaks is the umbrella organization to Alternative Spring Break, Alternative Winter Break, and Club AB. Alternative Breaks creates life-long active citizens through volunteer experiences on campus, in our communities, and in our world.

Art Club

Art Club is all about giving Lincoln College art students an opportunity to gather outside of the classroom and use their collective skills to creatively promote the college’s art department as well as serve our campus in awesomely artistic ways.

Association of Residence Halls (ARH)

Serves as the voice of the students living in the residence halls.

The Athletic Training Club

Promotes the advancement of knowledge in sports medicine and provides opportunities for group activities.

The Baking Club

If you like to bake or like to eat baked goods then this club is as sweet as sugar for you!

Beyond Basketball

To promote and support competitive basketball throughout the campus as well as in the community using the lessons that are  automatically taught through the game of basketball we will help build character, a strong work ethic.

Black Student Union

Aims to coordinate activities that strengthen cultural and political awareness as well as assist in developing skills necessary to become a professionally organized body of students that address issues pertinent to African Americans.

Campus Involvement Ambassadors (CIA)

Is a prestigious group composed of Registered Student Organizations (RSO) officers, emeritus officers, and actively involved students of Lincoln College. These student leaders encourage other students to get involved.

Catholic Student Association (CSA)

Through a large variety of activities, we offer students a place where their Catholic faith will grow through intellectual, spiritual and apostolic formation.

Colleges Against Cancer

Goal is to raise awareness and fundraise against cancer.

Criminal Justice Association

For all students interested in a career in the field of Criminal Justice. The organization is meant to help inform students on potential careers in Criminal Justice as well as networking with professionals.


An organization to help individuals define their own natural beauty without the pressures of others critiquing their own style.  The group brings together Lincoln College students that share the same passion for the world of modeling.

Delta Phi Theta

To cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among students, to study and help alleviate problems concerning men and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, to prepare oneself for future Greek life and to be of service to the community.

Fishing Club

For those students who have the interest in fishing and would enjoy afternoons spent near the water.

Geography Club

A club based on social activities, service activities, and fundraising for students in the Geography department or those interested in geography as a discipline.

Green Team

An organization focused on educating others on sustainable building practices.

Habitat for Humanity

This organization focuses on developing affordable, safe, decent housing by partnering with families to build homes. Habitat for Humanity works to eradicate substandard housing in the community and throughout the world.

History and Social Sciences Club

The History and Social Sciences Club is a social and educational RSO that offers field trips, guest speakers, student-professor lunches, game nights and movies! Join your fellow History-Social Sciences and History majors as they engage in discussions, community opportunities, and bringing history interests to life.

Hot Sauce Club

It shall be the purpose of Hot Sauce Club to further explore the world of hot sauces as well as other spicy seasonings. This includes exploring the different uses of hot sauce, sampling different varieties, and discussing relevant topics about hot sauces.

Life Changing Studies

To enhance, or start spiritual growth.  Increase confidence and experience in speaking in front of others.  To build relationships that will last far beyond Lincoln College. Learn life lessons from others in the group who can give insight and make lasting memories between each other and God that will never be forgotten.

Math Club

Provides an opportunity for students to expand their mathematical knowledge through speakers and activities.


We are a community of followers of Jesus Christ, committed to live by faith, to be known by love, and to be a voice of hope. The name of our community comes from the diversity of our members and from the symbolism of a broken and fragmented humanity which can become a work of beauty under the artful hands of God. We welcome people from all walks of life, regardless of where they are in their spiritual journey. Come to Mosaic, and discover how all the pieces can fit together!

Needles of Fury

Students teach, learn, and share their talents of knitting, crocheting, and other needlework with others.

Phi Theta Kappa

PTK is the international honor society for two-year colleges that provides opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming.


Pride provides support to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students. The organization promotes awareness and education of their issues as well as fostering an environment of mutual respect and a celebration of the diversity of all people.  We try to help bridge the gap between LGBTIQS students and the rest of the student population through campus events, social events, educational panels, and other activities.


Through the Rotaract program, young adults not only augment their knowledge and skills, but they also address the physical and social needs of their communities while promoting international understanding and peace through a framework of friendship and service.

Run Club

Helps students find others to run with at school to promote a more healthy community. We also provide competition for those that wish to race against other schools.


To educate students about the dangers of driving under the influence and the harmful effects of making destructive decisions.

Student Activities Council (SAC)

An organization providing stimulating activities and diverse entertainment for students, staff, faculty, and the surrounding community.  SAC will offer its members the opportunity to learn skills transferable to life while supplying students the possibility to socialize with people sharing mutual interests.

Student Alumni Leadership Council (SALC)

To connect current students with Lincoln College Alumni through various activities and events. 

Student Senate

Members of Student Senate serve as the voice for the student population at Lincoln College. This government group sponsors volunteer activities and works to create policy and change important to the student body.

Student Wellness Club

The purpose of this organization is to promote healthy behaviors and lifestyles.

The Off-Campus Students Association

Is dedicated to supporting the needs of off-campus students, building better relationships with off-campus students and their neighbors, and increasing community involvement.