The Lawrence Tech Math Club is a student chapter of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). Activities include team competitions, guest speakers, and fun math events such as origami day, math videos, and problem of the week.
The purpose of the student chapter of Mich Bio is to promote a strong, beneficial relationship between students and members of the Michigan life sciences industry. Membership is open to students of any major who are interested in life sciences and any other individuals who are approved by the executive board.
Michigan Women in Technology
Provides leadership, mentoring, community outreach, professional development and networking to professional women within the Michigan technology community. Our vision is to serve as the premier association for professional women within Michigan's technology community.
The Musicians’ Society provides a way for students to express themselves through various musical genres. Students meet weekly and rehearse in one of the auditoriums. The society performs for University functions. Contact the advisor at 248.204.4100.
National Society of Black Engineers - NSBE
The 105 chapters of NSBE have a primary goal of increasing the number and quality of minority students in the areas of engineering, management, architecture, and business. Tutorial services and a company lecture series are offered. Join and establish rewarding relationships with other students and professionals.
Out! at LTU with Friends
Out! At LTU with Friends strives to create a safe environment for LGBT students and their allies in which to share their thoughts, goals, and concerns. It is a student-driven organization created to promote awareness and understanding of the LGBT community at Lawrence Tech.
Phi Beta Sigma
Phi Beta Sigma (ΦΒΣ ) was founded in 1914 on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C., by A. Langston Taylor, Leonard F. Morse, and Charles I. Brown. Today with a membership base of more than 100,000 members and chapters in the United States and Europe, Phi Beta Sigma still fully embraces the fraternity motto “Culture for Service and Service for Humanity.” Committed to the principles of brotherhood, scholarship, and service, Phi Beta Sigma stands nationally as a leading proactive community service organization, a fact further strengthened by strong partnerships with the March of Dimes and the American Cancer Association. The Nu Nu chapter of the fraternity was founded at Lawrence Tech in 1981. The chapter adheres to the highest standards of personal and academic excellence and fosters a positive environment in which academic, personal, and social life can exist harmoniously. For information on joining, email email@example.com.
Phi Kappa Upsilon
The University's founder Russell E. Lawrence established Phi Kappa Upsilon (ΦΚΥ ) as the first engineering and social organization on the Lawrence Tech campus in 1932. Its purpose is to further the individual and collective welfare of its members by creating cultural, educational, and fraternal advantages through participation in many activities and professional organizations on and off campus. The chapter recently celebrated more than 25 years of ownership of its house, which is known as The Castle.
Prism is the Lawrence Tech literary journal, produced by students, which showcases the work of students, faculty, staff, and alumni. A component of the Lawrence Tech Artists’ Guild, the magazine is open to dedicated students who wish to participate in its annual publication. For information on participating in Prism, contact the Humanities Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248.204.3520.