Campus Life

GET INVOLVED ON CAMPUS!!!!  "Why?" you ask.

It allows students to become connected to their school: Colleges are full of resources, but the responsibility is on the student to seek them out. Being involved helps them do that.

It helps them build community: Often times, students are leaving their family and sometimes their friends behind, getting involved helps them discover new friends with similar interests.

It allows them to discover new and different passions and strengths: These could follow them all through life. It allows them to discover what they don't like, too.

It's a résumé builder: College IS THE TIME to begin thinking about positioning yourself for future scholarships AND employment. 

Busier students do better in all areas: This varies by the student, of course, but more free time does not always equal better grades. Being involved will require some organization and time management on the part of the student—and that's a good thing!!!

Want to get involved?

  • Check out the clubs and organizations available for students.
  • Have an idea for a new club or organization? Contact Terri at: or in the Student Lounge.
  • If you would like to be involved with the Campus Activities Board (CAB) contact Terri! 



Student Organizations

To find out more information about one of our various LCC Student Organizations, please visit
Campus Activities Board
Cardinal Christian Fellowship
Chess Club
Dental Assistant Club
Dungeons and Dragons Club
HYPER (Health, Physical Education and Recreation Club)
Gay/Straight Alliance
Graphic Design Club
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Theta Kappa
Physical Therapist Assistant Club
Radiography Club
Student Ambassadors
Student Government Association
Student Nurse Organization
Labette Community College's intercollegiate athletics program and its students are important components to the overall image and activities of the College. The College has women’s and men’s basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, and wrestling. LCC is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and belongs to the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC). The KJCCC is widely recognized as one of the most competitive in the nation.
For more information on Cardinal Athletics contact the Athletic Department or call (620) 820-1012.

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