Students gathered outside at night singing

  • The Crimson Players Comedy Club is LMU's premier standup and improv club! No experience? No problem! We accept everyone, regardless of how long they've been performing improv or standup for. If you just want to watch, that's cool too! We meet once a week over Zoom on Wednesdays at 5 PM PST. Hope to see you there! 

    Watch their welcome video here.

  • The LMU Fashion Society is about bringing together creative individuals interested in the multifaceted industry of fashion. Our primary goal is to create an inclusive environment that brings together a group of like-minded individuals. By hosting our own fashion shows, inviting professionals to speak on campus, and facilitating open discussions at meetings, we provide our members with insight into the industry. Our organization seeks to explore facets of culture within Los Angeles, through shopping excursions, art shows, and more. Since Los Angeles is a multicultural hub, there are plenty of opportunities for our members to get involved with other organizations to build a stronger network to help them pursue their career goals. We believe that there are no rules when it comes to fashion! 

    Watch their welcome video here. 

  • Ever wanted to learn how to juggle? Jugglers Unite is an organization that that aims to teach members how to juggle, to connect jugglers and circus artists from the community, and to promote circus arts at LMU. Students of all skill levels are welcome. No experience necessary!

    Wondering how Jugglers Unite can still run virtually? We are wondering that too. Haha! BUT, the E-Board has been cooking up some EXCITING new events for Jugglers Unite which will include juggling (of course), but also some fun Zoom games, and social hangouts. Please join us for our weekly meetings for some fun activities and get a nice deserved break from studying!

    Watch their welcome video here.

  • The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is an organization of journalists, students and media-related professionals that provides quality programs and services to and advocates on behalf of black journalists worldwide. NABJ is committed to strengthening ties among black journalists, expanding job opportunities for black journalists, and fostering an exemplary group of professionals that honors excellence and outstanding achievements by black journalists.

    Watch their welcome video here.

  • On Another Note - We are an on-campus a cappella group dedicated to making harmonies and spreading joy. Our focus is to heavily collaborate as a group in order to create the best sound possible. We want to use our talents for fun and for service, performing at a variety of events from concerts to community homes. We hope to create long lasting relationships both within the group and with the greater LA community. This is an audition based group that accepts new members based on an audition and callback basis. Auditions will be held once every Fall semester.

    Watch their welcome video here.

  • The Opportunes - This A Capella group was created to offer more opportunities to talented female singers and beatboxers on campus. We hold auditions every year (sometimes twice) and we love getting new members. We strive to create a sisterhood that promotes support for women and are going to try to compete with A Capella groups around the area and see where it takes us.

    Watch their welcome video here.

  • Queer Film Club is a club open to all LMU students, created in order to engage the community in films exploring sexuality and queer identities. Meetings are held every other week!

    Watch their welcome video here.

  • The LMU SFTV Women's Society is here to create a safe, engaging and collaborative space for students of the School of Film and Television who are women-identifying, non-binary, or otherwise interested in advocating for and celebrating the diverse perspectives that center these voices! Through casual student round tables, instructional workshops and Q&A presentations featuring industry professionals currently working, as well as, entertainment veterans, the SFTV Women’s Society hopes to support and encourage members to discover and reach their fullest potential both in school and beyond. The LMU SFTV Women's Society was founded by Alana Katzner and Leigh Cousins in 2008, and filed as a registered student organization by Karen Joseph-Adcock in 2017.

    Watch their welcome video here.

  • Welcome! Notetorious is LMU's premiere a cappella group, founded by the university in honor of LMU's 100th anniversary. We are committed to music and sharing our work throughout the LMU community, as well as performing around the greater Los Angeles area.

    Watch their welcome video here.