A Society of Students in Service Together (ASSIST)
Lyndon State’s community service club. ASSIST gets students involved in bettering the community with a focus on specific, service related issues.
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
CAB meets once a week, Mondays at 8:00pm, and is all about bringing new, fun, and exciting events to campus. We are always looking for new members and fresh ideas. Our purpose is to provide entertainment for the student body. Events vary from homegrown to afternoon and live events.
Lyndon Catholic Association
The Lyndon State College Catholic Outreach was founded to foster the Catholic faith through liturgy, prayer, service, and community. LCA will create an outlet for people of similar religious beliefs to connect and interact on campus. LCA will assist members in the practice of their Faith and to encourage them to take an active part in living their faith, especially on a busy college campus. Any person of any background is welcome to join.
Lyndon Christian Outreach (LCO)
Lyndon Christian Outreach is the LSC chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. InterVarsity is a nationwide organization committed to ministering to students and faculty through Bible studies, gatherings on campus, leadership training, thoughtful discipleship and life-changing conferences and events. LCO is also committed to helping in the community and networking students with area churches.
The Lyndon State College Spectrum Alliance seeks to promote tolerance and acceptance of diversity in sexual orientation and to create a safe environment for all students through educating the community on matters pertaining to sexuality.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Want your voice heard? Attend an SGA meeting and share your comments, questions, or concerns with the rest of the student body. SGA promotes the educational, social, and general welfare of the students of LSC and anticipates and stimulates the interests of the students through the use of student run clubs and activities.
This club is open to any veterans of foreign wars, those who have completed domestic service, and anyone who supports those serving in the armed forces. It is a way for veterans to get connected to the resources available to them, share information, and become integrated into the social life on campus.