Joining a social club is probably the quickest way to get involved on campus.
Social clubs are a unique and exciting experience at Lipscomb. While you're here, you'll meet hundreds of people and form friendships that will last a lifetime. Be sure to explore each of the organizations with an open mind so you can make the best choice for your Lipscomb experience. With plenty of social clubs on campus, chances are there is a social club that fits you perfectly. We wish you the best as you discover new friendships and ways to get involved.
Why join a social club at Lipscomb?
Despite the individuality of each Greek organization, the common thread that runs throughout the system is the Christian foundation each club was founded on. Going Greek at Lipscomb provides an avenue to forming lifelong Christian friendships.
Social clubs reach beyond the Lipscomb campus to serve the surrounding community by devoting numerous hours serving Nashville.
The social club community is responsible for many of Lipscomb University’s events. Band Party, Tau Phi Cowboy Show, Cocoa and Carols, Delta NaNaNa, Coffee House, Singarama, Fight Night and many more events are hosted annually for the entire campus community.
Providing spiritual leadership, planning events, managing a budget, recording social club history, setting the agenda for meetings, designing apparel and directing athletic teams are a few of the examples of the operational aspects of Lipscomb University’s social clubs.
In order to pledge a Lipscomb social club you must:
- Have earned a Lipscomb GPA of 2.5 as a freshman or 2.0 as an upperclassman
- Have completed one semester as a full-time student (12 hours)
- Not be on any official probation (academic, behavior, Bible or chapel)
- Attend three open rush events
- Attend all closed rushes to which you are invited
- Attend Student Life informational meeting
A fully inducted member of the club who pays dues.
A formal invitation to join a social club.
A card to indicate the prospective new member's clubs of preference that must be turned into the Campus Life office.
A celebratory event in which prospective new members are introduced to their new social club.
A third event for prospectives who receive a formal invitation to the event; prospectives are required to attend all closed rushes to which they are invited to remain eligible to accept a bid.
Social events held by social clubs.
A ceremony that brings a prospective into membership.
New Member Orientation
The 10-day process of joining a social club.
A rush event for prospectives and members of social clubs to get to know each other. Prospectives must attend three open rush events to be eligible for a bid.
A student who is eligible to join a social club.
A second rush event for prospectives with interest in obtaining a bid from specific social clubs.
The three-week period during which social clubs recruit new members.
A card to be signed by social club presidents to verify prospectives’ attendance at three open rushes.
Meet the Clubs