Join the staff of the Lycourier, our student-run newspaper, or take up knitting with the Raging Stitches. Interested in getting to know more about other cultures? Our Multicultural Awareness Group has quite a few members from Williamsport to Vietnam. If you’re a commuter, looking to get more connected on campus, we have an organization just for you. Regardless of what your interests are, you’re sure to find an organization to match.
Arrow (College Yearbook) - Staffed by students interested in editorial publishing, photo journalism, graphic arts and creative writing.
Advisor: Mr. Lawrence P. Mannolini III
Black Student Union (BSU) - An organization established to expand the black awareness on campus. Thereby the goal is to extend the outreach to all students and faculty alike. This is an organization where students can go and discuss relevant issues of importance here at Lycoming.
President: John Monkham
Advisors: Mr. Michael Darough, Mr. Seth D. Goodman
Commuter Student Organization (CSO) - Unifies and represents the commuter student population with student government. Identifies, publicizes and fulfills the special needs of the commuter student.
President: Rebekah Sausmikat
Advisor: Ms. Lauri L. Kremer
Creative Arts Society (CAS) - Serves as a social organization for students having an interest in creative arts (audio, visual and performance). CAS sponsors trips to museums and performances. Membership is open to all students regardless of major/minor.
President: Kelly Ciesla
Advisor: Dr. N. J. Stanley
Gender and Sexuality Alliance of Lycoming College - The purpose of the organization shall be to support all efforts to increase the students understanding in social issues that concern sexual orientation, identity, and expression; this shall be accomplished by educating students.
President: Jessica Hoffman
Co-Advisors: Dr. Sandra L. Kingery and Ms. Kate Heiser
Japanese Culture Club - To promote, educate and increase awareness of Asian (mainly Japanese) culture, primarily through the study of Japanese art and entertainment.
President: Cara DiSandro
Advisor: Dr. Len Cagle
Lyco Tide - Lyco Tide is established for the expressed purpose of creating student bonds with water activities (swimming, kayaking, canoeing, & rafting), raising environmental awareness, and encouraging the development of leadership skills through learning the nature of hydrology.
President: Kathryn Jones
Advisor: Dr. Mel Zimmerman
Lycoming College Book Club - The purpose of the Lycoming College Book Club is to establish a group of book lovers to choose, read, and discuss books; in addition to building leadership skills while planning competitions and community service projects.
Advisor: Mrs. Wilma Reeder
Lycoming College's Culinary Club - The Culinary Club's objective is to bring the art and science of cooking to Lycoming College through different-themed cooking & baking lessons. We hope to create delectable dishes to share with one another and also help our community by organizing fundraisers for those in need. The club is for all different cooking abilities and styles! So feel free to come join us and learn some new skills.
President: Steven Wright
Advisor: Dr. Holly Bendorf
Lycoming College Dance Club - Provides students of Lycoming College with an opportunity to meet new people and to develop their dance skills. The Dance Club adds to the diversity of the arts as well as a means of exercise and enjoyment.
Captain: Julie White
Captain: Erin Szogi
Advisor: Dr. N. J. Stanley
Lycoming College Democrats - Works to promote student participation and interest in local, state, and national politics. The club's primary background is the philosophy of the Democratic Party, but it encourages all students to learn more about leadership, volunteering and voting. Members assist candidates, discuss issues, meet speakers and work at convincing everyone on campus that participating in our community and government is important and fun.
President: Victoria Bortniak
Advisor: Dr. Jeremy D. Ramsey
Lycoming College Guitar Club - The Lycoming College Guitar Club was established to promote and to encourage the interests in playing guitar in Lycoming College students and to provide a stage for guitar players to play, to perform, and to show their skills. We offer a place for all guitar players to network with other guitarists, to share their knowledge and experience of music, to learn new skills, to improve their techniques and to enhance their performances.
President: Hoang Ngyuen
Advisor: Mr. Timothy Breon
Lycoming College Republicans - Affiliated with the College Republicans of America, this organization works to further the ideals of the Republican Party while educating students about the political system.
President: Brooke Adamski
Advisor: Dr. Jonathan L. Williamson
Lycoming Environmental Awareness Foundation (LEAF) - LEAF promotes environmental awareness on the Lycoming College campus through the use of educational programs, local field activities and outdoor recreation.
President: Kristy Angstadt
Advisor: Dr. Melvin C. Zimmerman
Lycourier - The Lycourier student staff manages all aspects of the campus biweekly newspaper.
Editor: Daniel Zebrine
Interim Advisor: Ms. Summer Beretsky
Magic: the Gathering Club (MTG) - Acts as a meeting grounds for both new and old participants of the classic strategy card game, Magic: the Gathering, serving to promote healthy competition, tactics and fostering creativity and ingenuity through deckbuilding. The club hosts a variety of events, ranging from casual play to free tournaments to limited events.
President: Ed Dight
Advisor: Dr. Todd M. Preston
Multicultural Awareness Group (MAG) - Serves to celebrate the cultural differences of Lycoming students.
President: Anders Apiolaza
Advisor: Mrs. Jean C. Wool
Advisor: Dr. Robin J. Knauth
Raging Stitches - This club exists to promote togetherness through the social and productive values of knitting, crocheting and any other type of stitching that can be done in a group environment. Our main purpose is to gather together and create while socializing.
President: Jessica Vela
Advisor: Dr. Mary E. Morrison
Revolution Against Rape (RAR)
President: Cathy Vargas
Advisor: Dr. Betty McClain
The Silent Ranks - The main purpose of The Silent Ranks is to provide support for our country's military personnel and their friends and family at home. Military life is difficult and it is not something that everyone understands; that is why The Silent Ranks was created. We are here to share the hardships and the positive experiences that come from having someone you love serving in the armed forces.
President: Elizabeth Perez
Advisor: Ms. Stephanie Fortin
WRLC 91.7FM - Campus radio station is staffed by students interested in radio broadcasting. You can listen online!
Station Manager: Kaitlyn Gulotta
Advisor: Mr. Mark S. Shuman