There’s more to college than attending class. Academic clubs, student organizations and experiential learning help you engage with peers and enrich your college experience. Make the most of your life at LIM College and get involved.
COMMUNITY SERVICE & SERVICE LEARNING
Each year, students participate in several different community service activities including the Bottomless Closet Drive, New York Cares Day and the Annual LIM College Blood Drive.
Members of the LIM community are encouraged to take advantage of opportunities to engage in and grow from the diversity that surrounds them.
LIM College offers students opportunities to develop their leadership skills. Student leaders utilize these skills in professional roles, making them well-equipped to become industry leaders.
- Mentor Program
- Annual Leadership Conference
- Student Leadership Series
Whether you adhere to one faith or are a non-denominational seeker looking for a spiritual home or homes, you have opportunities to learn about, explore, and participate in a wide range of traditions and activities.
It's On Us
A campaign of advocacy and solidarity against all forms of sexual and gender-based violence.
DELTA MU DELTA
Junior and senior undergraduate students who are currently in the top 20 percent of their class and have a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher; and graduate students who are currently in the top 20 percent of their class and have a cumulative GPA of 3.80 or higher are invited to join Delta Mu Delta.
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
Seek to enhance your college experience outside of the classroom with both co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities at LIM College.
- The Visual Merchandising Club
- The Writer’s Circle/Lexington Line
- International Student Club (ISC)
EVENT PLANNING CLUBS
- S.L.A.B (The Student Life Activities Board)
- Student Leadership Council (SLC)
PERFORMING ARTS CLUBS
- The Dance Team
- Midtown Melodies
SPECIAL INTEREST CLUBS
- B.R.A.G. (Black Retail Action Group)
- Fashion Show Production Club
- Fashion Styling
For more information about creating a new club or organization, refer to the Student Handbook.
To learn more and get involved, email Student Life Services.