Alliance for Women in Media (AWM)
AWM advances the knowledge and opportunities for both men and women in the electronic media and allied fields with the use of industry contacts and resources from the national chapter. AWM brings speakers to campus, organizes trips to radio and television stations, attends conferences, and does various fund-raisers, such as selling popcorn at weekly movies to help support their club’s mission.
Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society (ALD)
The purpose of the Society shall be to encourage superior academic achievement among students in their first year in institutions of higher education, to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning, and assist women and men in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their roles in society. Students are inducted into this society after meeting GPA requirements their first semester at Lyndon. This group focuses on doing projects to improve their community.
American Meteorology Society/National Weather Association (AMS/NWA)
Lyndon’s chapter of AMS/NWA encourages fellowship among members, stimulates awareness and interest in meteorology and activities, and shares of knowledge of the science of meteorology. This club often brings speakers to campus, manages a national meteorology conference, and organizes other Lyndon traditions such as the Winter Ball and an annual talent show. In addition, AMS/NWA and Sigma Zeta co-sponsor a science fair at Lyndon for local high school students.
This club serves the Lyndon community through providing opportunities for students to share their love of Anime. The Anime Club organizes public showings of anime films for the Lyndon community.
The Critic is a student generated and produced newspaper that serves as the voice of the student body. The paper is printed every Friday of the academic year and includes various stories of interest to the Lyndon State community, including campus events, local area happenings, student issues, and athletic news.
This club trains and participates in Ice Hockey at an intercollegiate club sport level. The team uses the local Fenton Chester Arena for their home games. Hockey also organizes “Free Skate” at Fenton Chester for the Lyndon community.
LAN Party Club (LPC)
The LAN Party Club provides students, faculty, and staff of Lyndon an opportunity to interact with one another in a social setting pertaining to computer gaming. This club provides the members a fun stress reliever. LPC typically co-sponsors a Game Day with the Role Playing Club in which the Lyndon community is invited to play various games throughout the day.
LSC Ski & Ride (LS&R)
The LSC Ski & Ride club was established to provide students the opportunity to progress as a skier or snowboarder through utilizing on-campus features and by traveling to various mountains. The club allows students to connect with other students who have a passion for skiing and riding, and promotes the ski and ride lifestyle. LSC Ski & Ride Club is responsible for numerous ski and snowboard movie premieres, the construction of on-campus features, as well as creating and competing in events at the local and collegiate levels.
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.
Lyndon Emergency Responders (LER)
The Lyndon Emergency Responders are a group focused on emergency services, such as fire-fighting and medical services. This group holds trainings on campus for students who are interested in these services and also holds CPR trainings for the community.
The Lyndon Strikers is focused on the sport of bowling. This club offers low-cost weekly bowling events at Gold Crown Lanes in Saint Johnsbury to any member of the Lyndon community. The Lyndon Strikers also holds various fund-raisers such as Human Bowling.
This club trains and participates in the sport of Ultimate Frisbee. This isn’t the frisbee you play in the summer, but a heart-pounding, high impact, fast paced sport. Lyndon Ultimate Frisbee is open to all types of players from amateurs to experience. This club competes at various competitions throughout New England.
MEISA is the National Music and Entertainment Industry Students Association. Their goal is to provide a marketplace for ideas, strategies, and original concepts in education to meet the professional challenges of the music industry in the 21st century. To advance the students’ knowledge, experience, and skills, in furtherance of career goals in the Music Industry.
This group provides quality outdoor activities and expeditions for the Lyndon community and alumni and promotes good fellowship among members. It allows for people to enhance their leadership and outdoor skills. This club organizes Ski Burke Day which allows students to ski or ride at Burke Mountain for a minimal cost and works with students on a weekly basis at Lyndon’s new rock wall along with various outdoor adventure trips throughout New England.
Outside the Box (OTB)
This organization is focused on the enhancement of student’s education in the design profession. OTB provides educational opportunities to its members and creates various promotional materials for both the Lyndon and local communities. This organization also provides scholarships for outstanding graphic design through various design competitions
Role-Playing Club (RPC)
This group is for anyone interested in the unique work of role playing games. These students use various books as well as their own creations to portray elaborate plots and fantasy worlds. This club typically meets on a weekly basis to participate in these games and co-sponsor a Game Day with the LAN Party Club each semester.
This club sport trains and participates in the sport of Rugby at the intercollegiate level in the New England area. Home games are played on the College Rugby Field. The Rugby team also typically hosts the Snow Bowl in March.
This organization encourages and fosters the attainment of knowledge of natural sciences, mathematics, and computer sciences. The club also recognizes the attainment of high scholarship amongst its members. Sigma Zeta co-sponsors a science fair for local high school students with AMS/NWA and organizes various on-campus events for the Lyndon community.
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)
The Society of Professional Journalists is a student chapter of the national organization that seeks to inspire individuals to become dedicated journalists and teach them about the field. Students who are majoring in a media-related field or are in one of the campus media clubs such as The Critic or WWLR can join. Chapter projects include annual conferences and fundraisers for award submissions.
Also known as the Dance Team, this organization has now added in components of cheer-leading into their dance routines. The Spirit Squad performs during home athletic events and spreads school spirit through other means such as “Sea of Green” games and gear for students to show their school pride.
Student Investment Group (SIG)
This group focuses on the investment of club capital in the stock market in order to generate money to fund projects on campus. The students in this group work closely with professionals in the field and faculty members to explore options for investing. The members of this club learn about investing, business, and networking through various club events.
Students for Campus Conservation (SCC)
This organization provides educational activities to raise awareness about environmental issues and the impact the Lyndon State community has on the environment. SCC organizes the recycling program on campus and hosts the annual “Lyndon Gets Trash” trash audit.
Track and Field Club
This organization was established to create a means for students interested in track and field events to practice, condition, and compete in various events. This club meets throughout the academic year to train and travels to various colleges and universities throughout New England for competitions.
This group is dedicated to the performing and interpretive arts. The Twilight Players has created an environment in which these arts can be enjoyed through a variety of media and community service projects. The Twilight Players is one of Lyndon’s oldest student groups. They typically produce two shows a year for the Lyndon and surrounding communities and organize impromptu nights in which any member of the community can participate.
LSC Veteran’s Club
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.
WWLR Radio Station
WWLR is a student-run radio station. Student DJs are trained on how to properly operate the radio station and are assigned designated times for their own radio show. In addition, this organization typically sponsors a live music series, DJs at various community events, and encourages the exploration of music through various means.