Clubs and student organizations are an important component of a college experience, and we are excited to help you expand your student life experience by engaging with you and supporting your learning journey.
There are many reasons why you should join a club. Being a member or leader of a club can contribute to yourpersonal development, professional growth, and network opportunities. By joining a club you will do many things, including:
Student Clubs are chartered through the Associated Student Government (ASG), which means the ASG student officers decide to officially recognize the club and provide its funding. Funding for student clubs comes from the Services and Activities Fee.
All clubs are open to all currently enrolled LWTech students. You do not need to be in a specific program or student population to join any club.
Student clubs are open to all LWTech students regardless of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, ability, major, class, marital status, family status, military or veteran status, citizenship status, creed, national origin, language, handicap, or any other protected identity per the school’s Equal Opportunity policy.
To join a club or find out about attending a meeting or event, contact the club advisor or join the club's group on Canvas.
Can't find a club you want to join? Start your own club.
|Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)||Educate students about the construction industry and connect to professionals in the industry.||Bob Mandy|
Connect Lake Washington students who are interested in Design with each other and with the local Design community.
|Dental Hygiene Seniors 2019||To lead, guide, and look out for our fellow classmates, as well as plan group events.||Beth Davis|
|Dental Hygiene Juniors 2020||To help orchestrate and organize the students of the Dental Hygiene class of 2020 and guide them in career development and dental skills.||Danette Lindeman|
|Electronics Club||Create collaborative high level electronics projects that showcases and improves the skills and abilities of Electronics Technology students.||Joe Gryniuk|
|Game Development||Develop and produce digital games for personal use as well as in representation of LWTech’s digital media and game development program.||Trista Bender|
|Information Security Club||Provide a safe and supervised environment to develop and practice tactics, techniques, and procedures used in cyber defense competitions as well as the IT industry.||Andrew Fischer|
|International Students Club||Help international students engage in activities at LWTech to enrich their college experience and give them opportunities both to practice English and interact with domestic students and fellow international students outside the classroom.||Yassine Echcherki|
|Lion's Pride Healing Art Club||
Provide a safe and fun environment for students and staff to take a break from the stresses of everyday life and engage in healthy outlets to calm their mood or mental illnesses/disorders that need self-care.
|Quilts In Common||Perpetuate the traditional art of quilting.||Desa Omli|
|Sigma Phi Sigma (Funeral Service Honor Society)||To promote funeral education, support scholarship, and to fundraise, volunteer in the community and host recreational activities to foster fellowship.|
|Society of Human Resources Management - LWTech Student Chapter (SHRM)||Ren’ee Mangini|
|Software Development Club||To provide a time and place to learn the android software system development environment.||Thomas Abbott|
|Student Nursing Organization (SNO)||Promote student life and enrichment for LWTech student nursing.||Suzy Dalgarn|
|Student Veterans of America - LWTech Chapter||Promote charitable and educational support of LWTech student veterans by creating an inclusive environment of camaraderie and advocacy in alignment with the goals of the Student Veterans of America Organization.||Ahmad Bennett|
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Sat, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.