The Officer Board in Sigma Sigma Sigma will be holding their weekly meeting.
Delta Zeta will be hosting meetings in order to keep members informed.
The women of Sigma Sigma Sigma will be holding their weekly chapter meeting.
Your student organization can use general and tier funds for events, apparel, food, and more! Learn about the Funds Request process and talk to Student Involvement about your ideas. This session is part of the Student Org Leaders…
Philosophy Club is a bi-weekly discussion group where Lindenwood University students discuss philosophical matters with both faculty and peers in an informal non-classroom setting. Subject matter in previous semesters has included…
This is a weekly meeting had to discuss events going on in within the sororities of our Greek Community!
Elizabeth Snell from the Financial Aid office will be visiting to talk about the new study abroad internship program being implemented in 2019.
Approve funds requests, report on committees, and discuss ideas for campus improvement.
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KDP March Business meeting and TECH TUESDAY March 19 planning events and ALL ABOUT STEAM KITS FOR YOUR CLASSROOM.
Come play fast-paced, academic trivia with Lindenwood University Quiz Bowl! We are open to all majors and skill levels and are always willing to teach new members!
Time for the members of Delta Sigma Pi to join and discuss events, present and future business of the fraternity. These are open to the Student Body so that they can come in and see what we are about as an organization.
APO will meet to discuss necessary business.
This is the first step in becoming a Brother and starting the Pledge Process
In this landmark film which put a young James Dean on the map, a rebellious young man with a troubled past comes to a new town, finding friends and enemies. Learn More
Study nights for the men of Phi Lambda Chi.
APO's E-Board will meet to discuss what is necessary each week.
Have you ever wondered what was the best way to preserve your papers, photos, and objects so that they are around for another 50, or 100 years from now? Come by the archives, and University Archivist, Paul Huffman, will give…