Accounting Club

Accounting Club works to promote Lakeland University's Accounting Department, to provide a social forum for fun and educational accounting related experiences, and to increase student awareness of opportunities in the field of accounting.

Advisor: Robert Martin

President: Erin Iwanski and Emily Grzesiak

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Change Matters

Advisor: Laura Lange

President: Danielle Chismarick


Criminal Justice Club

Criminal Justice Club enables students involved in learning about the Criminal Justice system and what it has to offer through a variety of jobs and positions. This organization is open to criminal justice majors/minors but we encourage all students to join for amazing demos, speakers and hands on experiences that happen outside of the classroom. We also do community service events that have a goal of enriching Lakeland and the surrounding communities. Most importantly, we have fun!

Advisor: Richard Lemke

President: Bill Behrmann


Design Club

Design Club enhances professional experience in the graphic design field. The organization gives members a chance to be surrounded by creative and artistic students as they build their portfolios.

Advisor: Monique Brickham

President: Emma Schad



Enactus is an international organization that connects student, academic and business leaders through entrepreneurial-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into real, sustainable progress for themselves and their communities. Guided by academic advisors and business experts, the student leaders of Enactus create and implement entrepreneurial projects around the globe. The experience not only transforms lives, it helps students develop the kind of talent and perspective that are essential to leadership in an ever-more complicated and challenging world.

Advisor: Kim Viglietti

President: Bryce Risch


Gentlemen of Virtue

The focus of Gentlemen of Virtue is to build cross-cultural relationships, provide professional student development opportunities, and create strategies to help men overcome challenges that will lead to staying in school, getting good grades and graduating!

President: Corey Allen


History Club

The purpose of History Club is to promote history, the history department and all things historical, and to foster the further interest in historical knowledge and assist students in learning about history.

Advisor: Rick Dodgson

President: Jakob Reichow


Hospitality Management Association

We strive to provide educational experiences for students in Hospitality Management. This will be accomplished through guest speakers, tours, community service events and trips. This is an organization that will explore the different areas of the hospitality industry and all that it has to offer.

Advisor: Britanni Meinnert

President: Hannah McFarlin


Ladies of Virtue

Advisor: Leslie Laster


Lakeland Science Club

The Lakeland Science Club is all about getting rid of the stereotype that science isn't for everyone. We explore the science behind everyday life and go on fun adventures around the area, or even farther, to see it in action.

Advisor: Jered McGivern

President: Tegan Schneider


Math Club

Math Clubs purpose is to promote the university's mathematics department, to provide a social forum for fun and educational math-related experiences, and to increase student awareness of opportunities in mathematical fields. It provides an opportunity for interested students to experience Mathematics outside the classroom environment.

Advisor: Cristi Chang

President: Matt Seider


Psychology Club

The Psychology Club exists to provide information about finding a job with a Psychology degree, applying to graduate school, finding an internship, along with other topics of interest to students. The intent is to encourage psychology majors to connect with one another and the faculty, as well as encourage upper-level students to mentor first and second year students.

Advisor: Jessica Kalmar

President: Shelby Welsh


Spanish Club

The Spanish Club's objectives are to promote interest in Latin culture and the Spanish community, to provide fellowship among students and faculty, to represent student needs and wants in regard to learning culture and communication, and to provide a forum for the presentation of innovative ideas to benefit of the university community.

President: Karina Aguirre Vazquez


Technology Club

We are a dynamic club focused on promoting and teaching technology on our campus and beyond. With a variety of things that you can learn, such as 3D printers, NAO robots, or ethical hacking, you can exponentially expand your horizons. Come in Chase 216 and have fun!

Advisor: Cynthia Lindstrom

President: Kyle Roever