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:
Black Student Union (BSU)
Sponsors diversity and culturally engaging activities including Black History Month and cultural conversations. The BSU promotes, showcases, and invites campus to experience and appreciate the many different aspects of black culture. The BSU accomplishes this through different programs, events, activities, and conversations throughout the year.
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.
Learn more about IHS
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.