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Student Groups

Get involved and join one of these groups — which are led and inspired by students who have unique interests and talents, just like you.

Each student group within the Office of Intercultural Development serves a dual purpose to provide a place for students who are seeking a sense of identity, comfort, or support in a specific cultural group or a place for students who are interested in experiencing and learning about a different culture. Membership or participation in each of the clubs or organizations below is not limited by sex, race, ethnicity, color, or national origin, and each group is open to all students, regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, color or national origin.

The student groups who help fulfill this purpose are:

Asian Connection (A-CON) 

  • A-CON will provide a space for Asian students to freely express themselves without the fear of being judged. In addition, the organization will help promote and spread awareness about Asian culture and current issues through different events and general meetings between members. A-CON will also allow students to create and sustain an inclusive community not only for Asian students but any who are interested in Asian cultures and issues.

Collegiate 100

  • Members of the Collegiate 100 will assist the local (Sponsoring) 100 Black Men Chapter with its programmatic initiatives that support the development of youth who have few or no positive role models in the communities in which they live. We set a generational precedence of leadership through the accounts of mentorship, faith, diligence, and service to the community.

African Student Association (ASA)

  • The mission of this association is to aid the African students on this campus by giving them different resources to succeed in their academic and social endeavors.

Black Student Union

  • In an effort to foster an accommodating and supportive environment for Black students the Black Student Union seeks to elevate and amplify the voices of the students at Lipscomb University. In recognition of the need for an organization to meet the academic, political, spiritual, and social needs of Black students, we the black student union seek to establish and maintain an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.

W.E.B. Du Bois Intercultural Honor Society (IHS)

  • IHS is an invitation-only group open to second-year students with a 3.3 GPA or higher with service projects and honor cords at graduation.

RAICES

  • Raices is a student led organization who works to empower Hispanic students in the Lipscomb community to become thriving individuals. Through community building events, cultural conversations, and professional development, we strive to create a network of support for students of all backgrounds to grow together.