Academic & Professional Clubs

There are over 50 clubs and organizations on campus waiting for your participation! Getting involved in these groups is a great way to make friends and have a lot of fun along the way. There are academic and professional clubs, service clubs, music ensembles and much more to choose from. With so many choices, there is bound to be something that interests you. Check out the organizations and clubs below! For information, contact Teresa Maxwell at or 615.966.5665.

Academic/Professional Organizations

  • Accounting & Finance Society - open to all students interested in Accounting and/or Finance
  • Adult Degree Program Advisory Council - student association for Adult Degree Program students
  • Alpha Kappa Psi - national business fraternity
  • Alpha Zeta Epsilon - an alumni networking organization of Phi Theta Kappa (community college academic/leadership/service honor society)
  • American Chemical Society - student affiliate organization
  • American Choral Directors Association - student chapter
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Kinesiology Club
  • MAA - Mathematics Association of America, student chapter
  • Mu Epsilon Delta - pre-professional students in the medical field
  • National Association for Music Education - student chapter
  • Phi Alpha Delta - pre-law students
  • Phi Alpha National Honor Society for Social Work Majors
  • Phi Alpha Theta - international history fraternity
  • Pi Beta Sigma - social work students
  • Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) - the national organization for students interested in public relations and communications
  • Psi Chi - psychology; affiliated with the American Psychological Association
  • Society of Automotive Engineers
  • Society of Composers Inc. (SCI) - student chapter
  • Society of Professional Journalists
  • Spanish Club/El Club de Espanol
  • Student Center for the Public Trust (SCPT) - focuses on educating and engaging future leaders on ethics, accountability and integrity. The SCPT creates opportunities for students to network within the community and develop professional leadership skills
  • Student Dietetics Association - students interested in nutrition and food science
  • Student National Association of Teachers of Singing - meets to discuss vocal pedagogy, performance practice, and other issues as they relate to the performance and instruction of vocal music, no matter the genre.

Honor Societies

  • Alpha Chi National Honor Society
  • Alpha Mu Gamma - national foreign language honor society
  • Delta Mu Delta - a national honorary for business administration majors
  • Sigma Tau Delta - national English honor society
  • W.E.B. DuBois Honor Society - national society honoring students of color

Music/Drama Groups

  • A Cappella Singers - music; membership by audition
  • ChamberMen - a select men's vocal group
  • Chamber Orchestra - string ensemble
  • Concert Band - music; membership by audition
  • Jazz Band and Vocal Ensemble—music; membership by audition
  • Sigma Alpha Iota - national music fraternity for women
  • University Singers
  • For more information on these music groups, go to


  • The Backlog - university yearbook; staff positions open to students

Service Organizations

  • Alpha Phi Chi - service club
  • Pi Kappa Sigma - women’s service club
  • Sigma Pi Beta - coed service club

Special Interest Organizations

  • Campus Veterans Organization - veteran students
  • Cheerleaders - membership by audition
  • College Democrats - students interested in politics
  • College Republicans - students interested in politics
  • Epsilon Kappa Omega - students Interested in Environmental Awareness
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Futuro - first generation minority students interested in connecting with area professionals
  • Kappa Iota Theta - promotes cultural awareness and diversity on campus
  • Keltae - The Celtic Society at Lipscomb
  • Lambda Iota Sigma - Lipscomb's international students
  • STAMPEDE - student fan club that encourages engagement with the university's athletics programs
  • The Eating Club - students interested in learning about other cultures through food while supporting locally owned Nashville restaurants