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Student Organizations

What’s your passion? Whatever it is, chances are, no matter how different or obscure, at Lesley you won’t be the only person who’s into it. Because this is a place where people get involved and do things—things that bring them together.

Can’t find a club you’re interested in? Contact Student Activities to start your own. 

Please see the Student Event Space Request Policy if you need to book a space for an event.

  • Undergraduate Student Government

    The Undergraduate Student Government serves as the voice of the Lesley undergraduate student population through meetings with administrators of Student Life, the College of Art and Design, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and more. 

    They host meetings where students can voice concerns, comments, and suggestions; and have a platform where students can submit official proposal for a university-wide change.

    Students can serve in various leadership positions within USG to serve as a voice, plan events, allocate funding, and more.


    Are you a full-time undergraduate student and want to start a new student organization on campus? Please feel free to reach out to Jose Mendoza, the USG Student Organization Representative at to help you start the process. As an undergraduate student at Lesley, you have the opportunity of bringing a new student organization with funding and help from USG.


  • Anime Club

    The Anime Club meets weekly for viewings of all things anime. They have discussion panels, themed parties, and anime related games.

    Interested in joining?

  • Black Student Union

    The Lesley University Black Student Union (LUBSU) is dedicated to enable the learning of the history of black people (domestic and international) in acknowledgment of their challenges and achievements both past and present in order to promote the unity of Black and /African- American students at the University. We also aim to provide Black and other students of color with a voice to establish a sense of identity, culture and pride. As a group we will strive to elevate each other in a wholesome fashion as conscientiously and intellectually as possible, creating awareness concerning issues about race, politics, social justice and community.

    Email Nirmala Legale at

  • Buddhist Peace Club

    We are members of the Lesley University community contributing to the creation of a culture of peace and nonviolence based on the teachings of the Nichiren school of Mahayana Buddhism as practiced in the Soka Gakkai International USA (SGI-USA). Recognizing that the point of departure for lasting world peace is the establishment of a firm inner self that will not be shaken by the most difficult of circumstances, we aim to cultivate a network of friendship to support and encourage our fellow students to enjoy fulfilling, happy lives filled with hope for the future.

    Email Sasha Ndam at

  • Business Club

    The Business Club seeks to broaden the spectrum of business instruction from just the classroom to a worldly spectrum. Established in the beginning of Fall 2022, this club teaches students to network and increases their exposure to business opportunities and know-how. 


  • Business Management Student Association

    The Business Student Association is a compilation of dedicated students who are working together to prepare business professionals of the future. Our organization strives to promote awareness of opportunity for our students in the Business Management Program and make valuable contributions. By hosting business seminars, workshops and community outreach days, the BSA will be an active part of the Lesley University and Greater Boston-area community. 

    Email Cynthia Ramos at

  • Campus Activities Board

    The Campus Activities Board plans events of all kinds for the undergraduate student population. There are six committees students can join to help make campus more exciting. Folks can come as often as they'd like to as many committees as they want, or only come when they can to one committee. Pick what interests you and run with it!

    Comedy & Variety Committee
    This committee plans comedians, magicians, hypnotists, poets, and more. It meets Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. in Wolfard 203 on the Doble Campus.

    Live Music Committee
    This committee plans all things live music, from local gigs to larger scale concerts on the quad. It meets Mondays at 5:30 p.m. in Wolfard 204 on the Doble Campus.

    Creative Leisure Committee
    This committee plans crafting and D.I.Y. events, as well as bingos, and Trick-or-Treat with CAB. It meets Mondays at 12:00 p.m. in the CAB office, which is inside the Student Activities office on Doble Campus.

    Traditions Committee
    This committee plans annual and monthly events such as After Dark, Quadfest Carnival, Condom Casino, and more. It meets Mondays at 3:00 p.m. in Wolfard 204 on the Doble Campus.

    Issues & Ideas Committee
    This committee is dedicated to all things social justice and activism related. They focus on voting, awareness events, and taking groups to activist events within the greater Boston and Cambridge area. It meets Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. in Wolfard 203 on the Doble Campus.

    Outreach Committee
    This committee plans socials, dances, recruitment events, and runs all of CAB's social media. CAB is currently looking for someone to chair this committee. 

    Interested in joining?

  • Cheerleading Team

    The Cheerleading Team supports Lynx Athletics teams at games. The team does stunting, tumbling, and choreographed routines. It is open to all levels of experience, so don't worry if you've never cheered before!


  • Christian Fellowship

    Christian Fellowship aims to support students within the Christian faith through weekly bible study and events, as well as sharing their faith with others.


  • Circle of Friends

    Circle of Friends works to unite traditional undergraduates, students from the Center for the Adult Learner, and students from the Threshold program through fun meetings, social events, and trips off campus.


  • CommonLYNX

    The CommonLYNX retreat is a peer-led social justice, diversity, and activism retreat dedicated to helping students learn about themselves and others by covering the topics of stereotypes, privilege, race, ethnicity, gender-identity, sexuality, faith and spirituality, ability, socioeconomic status, intersectionality, and more.

    The retreat happens every Fall semester. 

    Interested in learning more?

  • Commuter Club

    The Commuter Club aims to support commuter students through forming a community, advocating for changes that better the commuter experience, and working with the Commuter Student Services office to create commuter-friendly events.


  • Dance Team

    The Dance Team is Lesley's largest student organization, with over 80 members. It is open to dancers of all skill levels, and those interested in various types of dance. 

    At the beginning of each semester, the team hosts a meeting to show the dances available, rehearsal times, and how to join them. At the end of each semester, there is a showcase of all the dances, which is one of the most popular events on campus.

    The Dance Team is working toward creating a more inclusive, anti-racist environment for dancers. View the Dance Team's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion statement regarding the ways the team will be restructuring their policies and habits toward a more proactive perspective.

    Interested? Email:

  • Environmental Club

    The Environmental Club focuses on sustainability, and advocating for environmentally friendly practices at the university and within the community.

    Contact Shiloh Atkinson at

  • Film Club

    The Film Club is focused on all things film, from showing movies to making them.

    Email Elliot Brennan at

  • Harmogeddon

    Harmogeddon is Lesley's co-ed a capella troupe that was founded in 2006. It's members are dedicated to sharing their love of music with the Lesley and greater Cambridge and Boston communities, and becoming a second home for all of its members and alumni.

    The troupe is audition based, and auditions happen at the beginning of each semester.


  • Hillel

    Hillel is dedicated to supporting Jewish students, and those interested in learning about Judaism, through creating community, celebrating holidays, and sharing the culture within the Lesley community.


  • International Student Association

    The International Student Association exists to support the experiences of and create community for international students at Lesley, as well as advocate for changes to better support that community of students.


  • It's On Us Chapter

    The It's On Us Chapter works to support the mission of the It's On Us campaign to prevent sexual assault through engaging everyone in the conversation about sexual assault awareness, bystander education, survivor support, and more.

    They advocate for university-wide changes to better support survivors, and host meetings and events to educate the Lesley community on topics of sexual violence prevention.

    Email Katie Walsh at

  • Jam Band

    Jam Band is a place for musicians and songwriters alike to get together and make music with others. All skill levels, instruments, and voices are welcome! They meet Thursdays from 9-10 p.m. in Alumni Hall.

    Email Eric Oullette at

  • Ladies First

    Ladies First is Lesley's all-female-identifying a capella troupe that was founded in 2015. The troupe is audition based, and holds auditions at the beginning of each semester. 


  • Lesley Delivers

    Lesley Delivers is a community service based organization that meets weekly to make sandwiches and deliver them to the homeless population in Harvard Square. They also work with the Community Service office to plan Hunger and Homelessness week every November.


  • Lesley First Generation

    The purpose of our club is to develop and establish additional support for first generation students, whose parent(s) have not attained a 4 year college degree in the United States". First Generation is dedicated to develop ways to support Lesley University's first generation students adjust to new environment, lifestyle, and academic traditions. In addition, First Generation is devoted to be a support group and resource for first generation students to help them understand and utilize their academic and community resources.

    Email Jose Mendoza at


  • Lesley Spoken Word

    The student organization that will plan the qualifying poetry slam required to send a team to CUPSI and other non-competitive performance opportunities for students to share their works of spoken word will heretofore be referred to as the Lesley Spoken Word Society, or LSWS.

    Email Sam Keezell at


  • Lolsley Improv

    Lolsley Improv is Lesley's improv comedy troupe. They host shows and improv workshops. The troupe is audition based, and hosts auditions at the beginning of each semester.


  • Performing Arts Club

    Lesley Performing Arts Club (LPAC) is a completely student-run group! Students have the opportunity to produce, direct, act, sing, design, and more! Whether you join on stage or as part of the crew, you will get to add your own personal touch to our productions. In addition to our full-scale plays and musicals, we host open mic and cabaret nights open to all students, as well as cast and crew bonding opportunities such as seeing local theater productions and game nights!

    Interested? Email Co-Presidents Leah Packard and Neve Pires at and

  • Phi Eta Sigma

    Phi Eta Sigma at Lesley University hopes to bring students together in an effort to celebrate their academic success by building a community that fosters a positive environment and encourages its members to further their academic accomplishments in their pursuit of an undergraduate degree and beyond.

    Email Pragati Jaiswal at

  • Multicultural Student Association

    The Multicultural Student Association exists to create a supportive community for students of color as well as students with other minority identities through meetings and events where they can share their experiences and culture with the greater Lesley community.

    Email Destini Booker at

  • Sigma Tau Delta

    Sigma Tau Delta is the English Honors society at Lesley, and runs in collaboration with the English department of the College of Letters and Sciences.

    Interested in learning more?

  • Strategic Gaming Club

    Our mission is to create a space where people who enjoy tabletop gaming can come together and meet others with similar interests as well as welcome others to play games and help de-stress from a stressful college workload and overall meet new people and make new friends.

    Email Elise Ward at

  • Student Athlete Advisory Committee

    The Student Athlete Advisory Committee serves as the collective voice for student athletes, and works closely with the Athletics department to advocate for the needs of athletes.

    Email Steph Smyrl at

  • Swingin' Lynx

    Swingin' Lynx is a group that practices and teaches West Coast Swing dancing. They bring in outside teachers, host weekly workshops called "Triple Step Thursdays," and host events to teach the greater Lesley, Cambridge, and Boston communities the style of dance.


How to Get Involved

Meet members from our student organizations at the Student Activities Fair each semester. The new student organization portal LynXplore will launch in the Fall semester.

What is LynXplore?

LynXplore is your one-stop shop for getting involved on campus. It has everything you need to discover and join student organizations, volunteer for community service, gain leadership skills, and keep up with events on campus.

Throughout the year, we’ll also post different opportunities there, including open positions for Undergraduate Student Government, the Campus Activities Board, CommonLYNX and Orientation.

LynXplore is currently under construction, and a link will be available soon.

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Explore Your City

The Explore Your City Series is your ticket to the best events happening in Boston and Cambridge, from concerts and games to musicals and plays, all at exclusive, discounted prices. Find a full schedule of events and tickets at the Student Center Information Desk.

New Student Organizations

If you’re interested in creating a new student organization, schedule an appointment with the Student Activities Office at to get started. Forming a new group entails these 3 phases:

Existing Student Organizations

At the beginning of each academic year, all existing student organizations go through a re-registration process on LynXplore.

  • Re-Registration Process

    The re-registration process includes:

    • Meeting with your faculty/staff advisor
    • Attending the All Club President’s meeting
    • Submitting an Organization Registration Form
    • Establishing goals and possible programs for the next year
    • Submitting an updated copy of the organization’s constitution
    • Completing the Anti-Hazing Form
    • Submitting a membership list

    All organizations eligible for re-registration will be able to participate in the Student Activities & Service Fair.

    Constitution Requirements

    All registered organizations are required to have a constitution. The constitution should include the organization name, mission, requirements for membership, officers, officer duties, officer selection process, amendment process, and general operating principles of the organization. Sample constitutions are available in the Student Activities office.

Membership Criteria

All registered student organizations must be open to all Lesley University students.

Organizations cannot discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, ability, class, marital status, family status, military or veteran status, citizenship status, or any other protected identity per the university’s Discrimination and Harassment Policy.

  • Organization Member Requirements

    All organization members must be Lesley University students. You must also be in good academic standing, meaning you meet the requirements for Satisfactory Academic Progress as well as Good Judicial Standing. If you don’t meet these requirements, you may be removed from student organizations at the recommendation of the Dean of Students.

  • Student Leader Requirements

    All executive board member must maintain a minimum 2.0 grade point average. If you’re not in good academic standing or judicial standing, you may be affected in the following ways:

    • You may be considered in probationary status for the rest of the semester
    • You may not be a candidate for any open leadership positions
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