Below is a list of cultural based student organizations. If you are interested please check them out!! Individual group contact information will be coming soon!
Black Student Union (BSU)
The purpose of this organization is to promote understanding and good relations among black students and the Lawrence Technological University community; stimulate among students an awareness of the political, economic, and social forces affecting black people; and develop and promote the awareness and appreciation of black heritage.
Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru)
An international, nondenominational organization, the Lawrence Tech chapter of Campus Crusade for Christ has strong ties to other colleges in the metro Detroit area. The goal of Campus Crusade is to take the gospel of Jesus Christ to others, as well as to learn more about God. Social interaction is also important, and students from all over Detroit meet once a month to worship God and enjoy Christian fellowship. Everyone is welcome to attend Bible studies each week on campus. Other events include a weekend retreat in the fall, a conference in Indianapolis during Christmas vacation, and an outreach trip to Florida during spring break.
Chaldean-American Students Association (CASA)
The Chaldean-American Student Association is a nonprofit organization established to unite all Chaldean students at Lawrence Tech and to assist them in furthering their education, while maintaining a positive representation of the Chaldean community, preventing discrimination, and advocating multiculturalism and diversity so that all Chaldean-American students can demonstrate that they are caring, responsible, and knowledgeable citizens.
Hua Xia Association
The Hua Xia Association provides assistance to Chinese and Taiwanese students studying and living abroad. Promoting harmony and unity and committed to serving the community, the association offers opportunities for Chinese and Taiwanese students to experience American culture and to introduce Chinese culture on campus.
Indian Student Association
National Society of Black Engineers (N.S.B.E.)
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. Visit their website.
OUT! at LTU with Friends (OUT)
OUT is the Gay-Straight Alliance at Lawrence Tech. OUT! at LTU with friends strives to create a safe environment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) students, faculty, staff and their allies to share their thoughts, goals and concerns. OUT! at LTU with friends is a student driven organization created to provide awareness and understanding of the LGBTQ community to all students attending Lawrence Technological University.
Saudi Student Union
The Saudi Student Union offers opportunities for Saudi students to get involved with American culture and introduce Saudi culture at Lawrence Tech.
Society of Women Engineers (S.W.E.)
The SWE student chapter at Lawrence Tech encourages women engineering students to achieve high levels of education and professional achievement. Throughout the year, planned activities include speakers of interest to the entire engineering community, field trips to local engineering firms, and joint activities with other technical societies. Career guidance programs are presented at local high schools and a Career Day is held each fall. Members receive the national publication U.S. Woman Engineer and are encouraged to attend regional and national student conferences. Chartered in 1981, the Lawrence Tech SWE chapter has received a number of awards, including the 1981 Best National New SWE Student Section Award. Interested freshmen and sophomore students, in particular, are encouraged to join.