Lindenwood University believes in the importance of providing activities, programs, and experiences that supplement what our students are learning in the classroom.
We are proud to offer our students a wide variety of engagement opportunities outside of the classroom. Some of the ways you can get involved include:
- Joining a fraternity or sorority
- Getting involved in over 80 student organizations
- Participating in the over 2,000 activities offered on campus each year
- Implementing change on campus by becoming a part of student government
- Growing as an individual and as a leader by participating in our Leadership Development opportunities
- Participating in Intramural Sports
- Supporting fellow Lions at athletics and fine arts events
And you don't want to miss out on some of our favorite annual events, including:
Homecoming Week is filled with exciting events for students including the annual lip-syncing contest, banner contest, Pep rally, parade, Homecoming football game, and much more. For more information, visit www.lindenwood.edu/homecoming.
Lindenwood University invites you to Family Day--an opportunity for family members to visit their student and enjoy a variety of activities.
Family Day is an exceptional opportunity for parents, siblings, and extended family members to:
- Get to know your student’s friends
- Interact with faculty and staff
- Attend an Lindenwood Lions football game
- Attend a fine arts performance
- Spend time in your student’s on-campus housing
- Tour campus
- Have fun!
Dark Carnival is an annual event held by the Alumni Office, Residential Life, and Student Involvement to commemorate the pagan tradition of Halloween and old traditions from St. Charles, everything with a modern twist. The event consists of a Haunted House and Haunted Hayride that could scare even the bravest and many booths to entertain visitors that vary from face painting, to costumes, to traditional desserts, and more.
Each year, Lindenwood University hosts its annual free Winterfest (formerly known as Christmas Walk). The event will feature activities for all ages, including decorated buildings, refreshments, music, and an appearance by Santa Claus and his reindeer. All members of the community are encouraged to come out and enjoy the beauty of the campus and participate in a diverse mix of age-old holiday traditions.
Siblings Day is an exceptional opportunity for siblings and parents to come and visit their Lindenwood Lion on campus. All ages are welcome and are encouraged to attend a variety of events being held on Siblings Day!
SPRING INTO SERVICE
Each year, Lindenwood University pairs up with local organizations to provide a day of community service across the St. Charles area. For more information, contact the Office of Student Involvement.
The opportunities for involvement at Lindenwood are endless! Not sure where to begin? Stop by the Office of Student Involvement, located in Evans Commons room 3040. Make the most of your experience at Lindenwood University, Lions. Get active. Get connected. Get involved.
Lindenwood University encourages its students to organize and participate in group activities in order to broaden their scope of general learning, knowledge in specialized areas, and to furnish increased options for service and social activity.
Student Involvement is proud to facilitate educational and engaging opportunities that provide students and organizations with the essential skills needed to explore, strengthen, and elevate their leadership skills.