LUSA supports the development of clubs on campus. Clubs are a great way to meet new people and have fun! To find out more about clubs on campus please come to the Clubs and Market Day on the first Wednesday of each semester, check out the A-Z list below or call in to LUSA.
Start a Club
Starting a club of your own is easy and a great way to build contacts with like minded people. Currently on campus we have a range of clubs but if nothing takes your fancy, or you have a really cool idea for a club, why not create your own? It’s easy!
You can pick up a copy of the 2013 Clubs Workbook , Grant Application and Money Request Form from LUSA or download here, this outlines and explains the affiliation process, dont worry we will help at each step along the way.
Gold Awards Nomination Form here.
A-Z of Clubs
Lincoln University Bowls Club
Coordinators- Lyndsay Ainsworth and Craig Murray
The Lincoln University Campus Choir consists of Students and Staff that come together to celebrate singing. They perform at various University events such as Graduation and The Christmas Carol service. If you enjoy singing come and join them!
International Christian Fellowship
President - M. Bernard Tjahjadi
ICF creates a place where International students can belong to a group that builds and helps these students in a variety of ways.
“A place where all nations and tribes come together as one heart to grow in Christ”.
Lincoln Universitry International Club
President- Ace Padua
If you are a social, active and positive person who is keen to make new friends from aover the world, Lincoln University International Club would love to hear from you!
Our aim is to bring together people form different cultures, make new friends , learn about each other and have fun.
Adventist Association on Campus
President- Jossie Toma
A.S.O.C Lincoln University is a club that is principally focused on the spiritual wellbeing as well as social, cultural, educational, political and recreatonal interests of the Adventist students community as well as interested individuals.
LADS-Lincoln Art Department for Students
LEO- Lincoln Environmental Organisation
Lincoln University Canoe Club
Lincoln Malaysian Students' Society
President - Nur Jaafar
LMSS is a student coordinated club which focuses in promoting the Malaysian culture and lifestyle to New Zealanders, as well as to act as a medium for Malaysians to come together and support one another.
Lincoln Univeristy Muay Thai Club
President- Matt Herries
We train up to three times a week, working on fitness, strength and agility, whilst developing skills and discpline in the martial arts. Asides from our own training we will have guest coaches and attend shows.
Lincoln University Planning Association
President- Michelle Ruske
Running for over six years, the Lincoln University Planning Association (LUPA) aims to support Lincoln students interested in environmental management and planning, with social and industry networks, aimed at bringing the gap between study and practice, students and professionals.
Lincoln University Recreation Society
President- Jenn Halliday
The Lincoln University Recreation Society aims to network BSRM students with relevant professionals within the industry thus increasing chances of achieving full-time positions once graduated. Our website provides easy to access for recreation students at Lincoln to gain valuable work experience, take advantage potential job shadowing opportunities, and be involved with events at Lincoln and within Christchurch.
Lincoln University Sailing Squadron
Lincoln University Soils Society
President- Rachel Downward
We aim to provide a network for people with a keen interest in soil science. We aim to give members an insight into career pathways through guest speakers and field trips. We also have a lot of fun social evenings.
LSD- Lincoln Snow Department
Surf & Skate
Tramping and Climbing Club
President- Karina Brennan Evans
The Lincoln University Tramping and Climbing Club aims to introduce and foster passions for the outdoors through organising and facilitating tramping, rock climbing and bouldering trips. The beautiful hills of the South Island have many adventures waiting… Lets get out there!Facebook
President- Cliff Wickman
We aim to provide: Fortnightly tastings which complement students’ studies in the Viticulture and Oenology programmes. Via a social environment where students can meet peers, make friends and build networks beneficial to their future careers. Wine tastings also educate students outside of the Viticulture and Oenology programmes on the world of wine, including tasting tips and information on Local and International wines.
No Club for you?
If none of these Clubs jump out at you or if you have a new idea, why not start a new club?
We will help you out with all aspects of starting and running a club.
To start a new club contact Ashley Cassin or call in to LUSA