Student Life & Services
Student Clubs & Organizations
The Office of Student Life seeks to enhance the college experience outside of the classroom by offering both co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities for students at LIM College. Joining a club or organization opens the door to building new friendships, enhancing your academic life and exploring opportunities for growth and development. As an active and engaged contributor, you will learn important leadership and management skills as you participate in a variety of programs and activities.
Student Clubs & Organizations offer an important opportunity for students to get involved at LIM College. There are currently many groups from which to choose. However, if you don’t see something that meets your interest, feel free to start a new group! Browse through the Handbook below or speak to the Coordinator of Campus Programming & Community Outreach about important policies and procedures!
The NRF Student Association (NRFSA) provides talented students interested in retail careers with unique educational and scholarship programs, networking opportunities and access to the latest industry news and research. The club meets Wednesdays, 1:15-2:15 in 0501.
The Visual Merchandising Club introduces students to the dynamic, multi-faceted, and fast-paced world of visual merchandising. Participants meet leaders from all sectors of the design community, and develop and install merchandise presentations on and off campus.
The Writer’s Circle provides an opportunity to discover and develop writing talent while taking advantage of the rich literary life that New York City has to offer. Club members learn about various genres of writing, share their work with others, meet established authors, and attend literary events in the city.
The International Student Club (ISC) at LIM strives to promote and celebrate cultural understanding among students, provide support for international and exchange students to learn about and blend into the American culture, and cultivate unity, tolerance, and diversity at LIM.
Event Planning Clubs
S.L.A.B (The Student Life Activities Board) is LIM College’s student programming board. SLAB plans, organizes, and promotes activities and programs around the College. SLAB is great for students interested in event planning and for those who want to bring new fun activities to campus!
The LIM Student Leadership Council (SLC) is the voice of the student body. SLC provides an open forum atmosphere and is dedicated to being approachable and receptive to the individual differences of student needs and ideas. SLC is committed to being a source of information, guidance, and service to students.
Performing Arts Clubs
The Dance Team, LIM College’s dance club, is a great way for students to get involved and de-stress while getting a workout. The club is for beginners and experts alike, and will feature many types of dance while producing dance events for the College community.
Midtown Melodies provide a place where people can express themselves through music. Member will learn how to expand their vocal range and to become an all-around better singer. Prior background in music and choirs preferred, but we would love to have those musicians who are not as experienced as well.
Special Interest Clubs
B.R.A.G. (Black Retail Action Group) is a national organization providing networking opportunities for minority professionals and all students seeking careers in retail and related industries. LIM College’s chapter focuses on mentorship and networking by offering students opportunities to meet industry professionals through outreach and professional development. Follow BRAG National
The Fashion Show Production club hosts LIM College’s Annual Fashion Show each spring, with lots of opportunities for student involvement. Activities include visits with make-up artists, designers, and models. Students can help plan one of the most exciting events of the year!
The Fashion Styling club takes students behind the scenes to get the lowdown on the world of fashion styling for magazines, advertising and beyond. Students become industry insiders and find out what really happens with those incredible shots (still-life product and live model) seen in their favorite women's, men's and teen magazines.