Students at Fort Lewis College have the right to form, join and participate in groups that promote common interests. Fort Lewis College considers this type of assembly to be essential to a student’s development and a cornerstone of their educational experience.
Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) are groups whose membership is comprised mainly of full-time students at FLC, as well as faculty, staff or individuals from the community. Only full-time FLC students may serve as officers and have controlling interest in the organization. RSOs may be academic and career related, cultural, faith-based, service, and interest specific.
RSOs are affiliated with, but not official units of FLC. RSOs must agree to abide by all College regulations and establish their affiliation with the College on an annual basis via the RSO registration process administered by ASFLC and the Financial Allocation Board (FAB).
Please browse through our Registered Student Organizations using the links below. For more information please contact The Leadership Center in SU 171 or (970) 247-7394.
All People's Lodge
All People's Lodge is a site on the Fort Lewis College campus that allows Native and non-Native students the opportunity to attend traditional Native sweat lodges that will be hosted by Native Nations from around the United States and Canada. Our mission is to share Native spirituality in a positive way that will bring the students and community of Durango closer together.
President: Sunshine Perry email@example.com
Advisor: Yvonne Bilinski firstname.lastname@example.org
American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL)
AIBL is the only American Indian non-profit organization solely dedicated to empowering business students in the United States. Our programs are designed to engage students in activities that stimulate, enhance, and expand educational experiences beyond traditional academic methods. All students are encouraged to participate in AIBL regardless of race, academic major, or career objectives.
President: Jason Hoskins, email@example.com
Advisor: Skip Page firstname.lastname@example.org
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
The FLC AISES organization is a diverse group of individuals who constantly challenge themselves in attaining higher education for the benefit of their hometowns and the FLC community. Our goal is to substantially increase the representation of Native Americans and Alaskan Natives in engineering, science, and other related technology disciplines.
President: Luke Hullinger, email@example.com
Advisor: Elizabeth Mason, firstname.lastname@example.org
Animas Students for a Democratic Society
Animas SDS is the autonomous Durango, Colorado chapter of Students for a Democratic Society. We work to build power in our schools and communities through nonviolent and strategic means. We value freedom of speech, environmental and social justice, a decentralization of power and nonviolence. We aim to create a more equitable, fair and just world by setting up opportunities for students to engage in a variety of campaigns from Fossil Fuel Divestment to Equal Pay for Equal Work and we focus on making social change a reality for the benefit of the FLC student body, faculty, administration and community. We do this via grassroots activism, direct action, and by meeting with decision makers regarding a variety of issues. Nothing will change for the better if no initiative is taken so we commit ourselves to be the change we wish to see in the world.
Manager: Michaela Steiner, email@example.com
Advisor: Bradley Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fort Lewis Anthropology Club is open to any and all interested currently enrolled students at Fort Lewis College and all surrounding community members who have an interest in the field of anthropology, or any of the sub-disciplines: applied anthropology, archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistic anthropology. The club provides a forum for speakers to make presentations to club members on aspects of the discipline of anthropology, schedule field trips and other activities that will provide direct hands-on experiences and learning, design and implement anthropological outreach programs in the local community, engage in community service projects, provide support for anthropology students, provide social activities and events for members and other interested parties, and, of course, to have fun!
President: Tyler Brickle, email@example.com
Advisor: Dr. Rebecca Austin firstname.lastname@example.org
The Archaeology Club is committed to fostering understanding of human material culture and experiencing culturally significant sites in the American Southwest.
President: Blythe Morrison, email@example.com
Advisor: Kelly Jenks, firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this organization is to provide opportunities for campus students and community youths to be informed and participate in the sport of archery.
President: Kyle Odin, email@example.com
Advisor: Ian Grammatica, firstname.lastname@example.org
ASFLC (Associated Students of Fort Lewis College) Student Government
ASFLC and its subcommittees are a governing body of students that make decisions related to funding for all other RSOs. Members are representatives of the student body of Fort Lewis College and act as liaisons between the student population and the College itself. Every student at the college is technically a member of ASFLC, however, separate membership requirements are listed for senator, court, and executive positions.
President: Alex Thompson, email@example.com
Advisor: Mark Mastalski firstname.lastname@example.org
Ballet Folklorico de Fort Lewis College
Ballet Folklorico de Fort Lewis College is a dance group that embraces Hispanic culture through dancing traditional Mexican Folklore. We want to provide opportunities for students to learn how to dance and perform these traditional dances on campus and off campus. We also want to provide opportunity for students to travel around the United States and Mexico to learn different styles of Folkloric dancing from different regions of Mexico through workshops. All students can join regardless of ethnicity or skill.
President: Ciara Carey, email@example.com
Advisor: Shirena Trujillo-Long, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bee Club has a number of different missions. First and foremost is the objective to educate members through material, guest speakers, and hands on experience on how to build, maintain, interact and harvest with bees and their hives. Bees are commonly clumped together with other "pest" while nothing could be further from the truth. Bees account for 80% of insect pollination. This is the only insect that creates food that man eats. Honey is an extraordinary substance, containing vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and even water. The fact we have beehives on campus makes us unbelievably lucky. It is time to bring the bees to the masses and keep them low key no more!
President: Dylan Ruckel, email@example.com
Advisor: Rebecca Clausen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for Accounting and Finance students. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.
President: Lane Cook, email@example.com
Advisor: Chris Lyon, Lyon_C@fortlewis.edu
Boo Radley Society
The Boo Radley Society at Fort Lewis College is committed to doing random acts of kindness. Our purpose is to promote and maintain a positive atmosphere everywhere we go, spread smiles, and perform random acts of kindness while inspiring others to do the same.
President: Rita Austin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Dr. Stephanie Vie, email@example.com
Buffalo Council addresses Native American student retention by promoting the agenda of Indigenous cultures, issues of sovereignty, cultural preservation, a safe environment, and a quality education at Fort Lewis College.
President: Patrick Burtt, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Mark Seis, email@example.com
The Fort Lewis College Chemistry Club is an organization that strives to bring together students who are interested in chemistry by performing informative and exciting weekly demonstrations, community-oriented events, and many other activities. Our primary objective is to display a perspective of chemistry that is intellectually stimulating but at the same time entertaining and enjoyable for students from all disciplines.
President: Spencer Huffman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Bill Collins, email@example.com
We offer an opportunity to engage with others in all things chess.
President: Ryan Seamus Royer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Curtis Elifritz, email@example.com
We are a group passionate about uniting the campus through open discussion, discipleship, and community. Athlete centered ministry and Conversational English Class available.
President: Kimberly Heald, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Gordon Herrick, email@example.com
We plan to climb rocks as often as possible! The group offers connections and guidance to students who are new to the Durango area and have not yet met climbing partners. We have an excellent group of experienced climbers who can pass on safety techniques to students that are new to the sport. Additionally, we will help preserve the “low impact” ethics that have shaped the climbing community in Durango by organizing crag cleanups and trail building days in order to give back to the community and help build a relationship with other climbers outside of the school.
President: Nicholas Canaparo, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Lauren Heerschap, Heerschap_L@fortlewis.edu
Club Del Centro
Club Del Centro is a multicultural student-led organization that focuses on promoting Latino culture through the means of food, social, and educational events. We will meet in the El Centro office on the ground floor of the Student Union.
President: Danielle Lucero, email@example.com
Advisor: Shirena Trujillo Long, firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Collective Art Club
We're a group dedicated to developing individual artists though different means of participation in the Durango arts community, as well as the FLC arts community.
President: Aaron Berg, email@example.com
Advisor: Chad Colby, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance Co-Motion is a student run organization designed around the shared passion and interest of dance. Many styles are brought to the group including ballet, lyrical, hip hop, belly dancing, and much more. All levels of dance experience are welcome. Our main focus is to provide dance for enjoyment. Students choreograph pieces and put on a show, which brings quite the crowd, at the end of every semester. It's a great way to get involved on campus and be a part of the community!
President: Stephanie McKenney, email@example.com
Advisor: Anne Berg Pattillo firstname.lastname@example.org
The Diné Club is a group open to all students seeking enrichment in Diné culture and language. The club seeks to expand Diné cultural exposure on campus through both cultural and language revitalization. The club offers insight into Diné vocabulary, Diné history, kinship, government, etc., through a harmonious approach of relearning and sharing Diné philosophy and cultural practices.
Alaaji' Hozh'ooji' Naat'aanii: Ruthie Edd, email@example.com
Advisor: Majel Boxer, firstname.lastname@example.org
East Africa Service Project (EASP)
East Africa Service Project seeks to provide students and volunteers the opportunity to explore different cultures and parts of the world through micro-financing humanitarian efforts.
President: Hillary Smith, email@example.com
Advisor: David Kozak, firstname.lastname@example.org
As a club for Economics, it is our mission to further educate and excite students at Fort Lewis about the economic world around us. We hope to fulfill this through discussions and debates, analysis of articles, and in time through presentations by economic professionals. Our focus will be the observation and exploration of real-world economics as they occur through current events.
President: Giancarlo Vigil, email@example.com
Advisor: Deborah Walker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
EWB at Fort Lewis College is a student centered humanitarian organization whose mission is to partner with needy communities in the developing world to find sustainable solutions to their critical engineering problems. In addition, we are training a new generation of students who understand the need for sustainable systems and who value the concept of responsible global citizenship. Students have a unique opportunity to work on real projects and learn about different cultures.
President: Aaron McDowell, email@example.com
Advisor: Don May, firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Center (EC)
The Environmental Center is a student-based organization funded by ASFLC and governed by a student majority Board of Directors. Our mission is to strengthen students' commitment to a socially just and ecologically responsible world by connecting them with opportunities to create change on campus and in the community. Students work on four different teams: Local Food, Zero-Waste, Media and Communications, and Campus Sustainability. The EC has a full-time coordinator and operations assistant who provide opportunities for students to take positive action on the issues they care about through jobs, research projects, and volunteer opportunities.
Coordinator: Rachel Landis, email@example.com
Assistant Coordinator: Alex Brooks, firstname.lastname@example.org
Feminist Voice is an organization dedicated to equality and acceptance of all people through a specific look at gender, sex, and feminism.
President: Taryn Bargy, email@example.com
Advisor: Nancy Stoffer, firstname.lastname@example.org
FLC Wild promotes education, awareness, and hands on restoration and conservation of wildlands and wildlife in the Durango/La Plata area. We will organize trips to lend a hand while enjoying nature. Join us for opportunities to get out, work hard, and get WILD!
Lead Coordinator: Lionel Di Giacomo, email@example.com
Advisor: Lee Frazer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Love Anime? Well, from Sailor Moon to Puella Magi and Naruto to Hakuouki, we watch it all! We take time to watch both classic and foundation anime to the most current series released straight from Japan. Maybe you'll find your new favorite series! We also watch movies and have discussions about series, art, and music related to anime. Now with new and improved game nights!
President: Donovan Cazier, email@example.com
Advisor: Stephanie Vie, firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the French club is to provide activities for French and non-French students that promote the French lanuage and culture through movies, demonstrations and other events.
President: Hollie Wall, email@example.com
Advisor: Ellen Hartsfield, Hartsfield_e@fortlewis.edu
We plan and discuss disc golfing activities.
President: James Pritchett JApritchett@fortlewis.edu
Advisor: James Epps firstname.lastname@example.org
Front Row Artistries
Front Row Artistries aims to integrate all forms of the fine arts in a student-led environment. We hope to not only produce our own productions, but also organize workshops that promote networking within the arts community at Fort Lewis and the learning of all art forms. This organization also aims to involve the community, raise money for the fine arts departments at FLC, and educate those that may be interested in the arts.
President: Kenneth Breece, email@example.com
Advisor: Kathryn Moller, firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to geology and non-geology majors, the purpose of the Geology Club is to support continued interest in the geosciences via trips, events and guest speakers.
President: Miriam Moller, email@example.com
Advisor: Kim Hannula, firstname.lastname@example.org
Images is a literary arts organization, trying to promote fine arts within the college and local community. Images is a forum for creativity which gives students an outlet to publish works of literature and art. It is a nonprofit student-operated organization.
President: Jaimee Souder, email@example.com
Advisor: Shawn Fullmer, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Independent is Fort Lewis College's student managed and produced news publication. The Independent has a print newsmagazine and online publication, the Indy Online. We provide ethical and accurate news to the Fort Lewis and Durango communities.
Editor-in-Chief: Ayla Quinn, email@example.com
Advisor: Leslie Blood, firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this organization is to bring together students from different countries so they can share their experiences and cultures with other students studying at Fort Lewis College. The club achieves this by having numerous social events that draw on various countries and cultures.
President: Victoria Stevens, email@example.com
Advisor: Scott Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org
We aim to interest more people in the arts of object manipulation and other juggling related activities. We also aim to provide a fun and safe environment to practice these skills as well as the tools (toys) to do so.
President: Nadia Neff, email@example.com
Advisor: Dr. Dawn Mulhern, firstname.lastname@example.org
KDUR, volunteer-powered community radio, creates a bridge between Fort Lewis College and La Plata County, by offering diverse music, alternative news, and local public affairs programming. KDUR provides educational and training opportunities in a professional setting for Fort Lewis College students and community members.
Station Manager: Bryant Liggett email@example.com
Kinta Hvt Anukfohkachi
Kinta Hvt Anukfohkachi Society translates from Choctaw as "Enlightened by the Beaver" Society. Kinta means beaver, the beaver is a keystone species that actively alters the course of waterways, providing an abundance of habitat for a multitude of plants as well as an amazing variety of creatures especially the deer, elk, and moose that the indigenous people of North America relied on. The beaver teaches us to act with the view that the many issues facing Indigenous communities need to be addressed from a philosophy of ecological interrelatedness. The Society exists to encourage published academic research through the interdiciplinary lens of Native American Indigenous Studies in the form of scholarship, intellectual discourse, and civic engagement.
President: Christine Myers firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Nichlas Emmons email@example.com
Our purpose is to have fun and learn! In addition, we allow students to utilize their academic skills in a competitive fashion. We hope to promote enthusiasm in learning for students grade six and above, which provides an outlet for intellectual individuals in our community.
President: Josie Snow firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: William Collins email@example.com
Law Society of Fort Lewis College
This club will meet to discuss the issues involving the law school admissions process and discover and further our shared interest of the techniques associated with practicing law.
President: Jillian Wilner, Jfwilner@fortlewis.edu
Advisor: Colin Glennon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Master Plan Ministries/Connect
Master Plan Ministries is a non-denominational Christian ministry at FLC that seeks to provide every student with a loving and accepting atmosphere where they can experience Christ's life changing message, grow in their individual strengths and develop the greatest friendships of their lives. We offer Christian fellowship and personal growth opportunities, as well as leadership development and mentorship programs.
President: Nicole O'Hara, email@example.com
Advisor: Gordon Herrick, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fort Lewis College Meditation Club aspires to allow students to explore divinity, self realization, and spiritual awareness through meditation in a safe and healthy environment. We intend not only to help our members in their personal growth and exploration of these modalities, but also to facilitate a relaxation and integration process that can be beneficial physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. It is our mission to improve the happiness and health of the Fort Lewis College students and staff, as well as Durango community members and beyond.
President: Michaela Steiner, email@example.com
Advisor: Judy Austin, firstname.lastname@example.org
National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
National Association for Music Education (NAfME), among the world's largest arts education organizations, is the only association that addresses all aspects of music education. NAfME advocates at the local, state, and national levels; provides resources for teachers, parents, and administrators; hosts professional development events; and offers a variety of opportunities for students and teachers. The Association orchestrates success for millions of students nationwide and has supported music educators at all teaching levels for more than a century.
President: Kyle Hollerbach, email@example.com
Advisor: Charissa Chiaravalloti, firstname.lastname@example.org
Native American Honor Society
We recognize and promote academic achievement and superior scholastic ability among undergraduate Native American Students.
President: Casey Long, email@example.com
Advisor: Adam Beals, firstname.lastname@example.org
Native American Outdoor Club
The NAOC seeks to provide access to outdoor adventure activities for Fort Lewis College's Native American student population. The NAOC provides opportunities for students to experience adventure activities while also allowing the students to become proficient in activity specific skills. The NAOC also includes various local organizations in contributing to the learning and training of students.
President: Marshall Masayesva, email@example.com
Advisor: Joey Dell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Native Campus Ministries (Native Intervarsity)
We offer a place where students can find friends, hope, and transformation in Jesus Christ. We believe that culture and tradition are gifts from the creator God, who calls us to worship and follow his son in ways that are true to who he made us to be.
President: Courtland Hopkins, email@example.com
Advisor: Carey Vicenti, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a Catholic-based outreach open to all FLC students and Durango community members, regardless of faith tradition. We seek to grow as a community and provide a safe and comfortable place, your "home away from home" to practice your faith, and help your community (including retreats and community services) while serving The Church and the world. We strive to be a close knit group that is supportive of one another.
President: Tim Riddell, email@example.com
Advisor: Anne McCarthy, McCarthy_A@fortlewis.edu
Pejuta Tipi Society
Pejuta Tipi Society is a student organization that introduces views based on the Native American Church religion. We provide a stable foundation for Native students and non-Native students alike, and hope to host two prayer services during the school year.
President: Camille Keith, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Joseph Dell, email@example.com
The purpose of this organization is to promote the art of percussion to the public and to share our love for music. We come together to play music at local schools and venues around town to help people understand how drumming is an art form. Additionally, we hope to send students to the Percussion Arts Society International Convention in October/November every year.
President: Kyle Hollerbach, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Jonathan Latta, email@example.com
We are devoted to the ultimate pursuit of knowledge in the extreme. We discuss a variety of topics including, but not limited to, moral theory, epistemology, metaphysics, aesthetics, axiology, etc. It's the "Love of (non-empirical) Knowledge" Club!
President: Jakob Wheeler, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Justin McBrayer email@example.com
Physics & Engineering Club
The Fort Lewis College Physics and Engineering Club is for students excited about exploring topics in Physics and Engineering. Open to anyone interested in understanding the physical world in a casual, but informative format. This club can be a stepping stone, or a platform to those interested in developing skills necessary to succeed in an ever increasingly technological world.
Chief Operating Officer: Jonathan Sochia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Dr. Billy Nollet, email@example.com
We are a group at Fort Lewis College created for poets, by poets. We cultivate and celebrate creativity in all forms.
President: Checkers Marshall, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Janine Fitzgerald, email@example.com
Political Science Club
The Political Science Club is the perfect organization for anyone interested in politics, educative discussions, and debates on a variety of issues. The mission of the club is to enrich the campus on issues going on in the political realm both domestically and internationally.
President: Melba Njenga, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Yohannes Woldemariam, email@example.com
Pre-Health Professions Club
We are an organization of students who are dedicated to pursuing careers in healthcare. As a club we focus on building resumes for professional programs, in an attempt to help students become competitive applicants in an increasingly competitive world.
President: Garrett Penry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Shere Byrd, email@example.com
PRISM is the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,and Questioning club on campus. We strive to create a safe and accepting environment for the LGBTQ community here at Fort Lewis and in Durango. We host many events throughout the year and always have a lot of fun! We are located in the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center in Reed Library. Everyone is welcome!!!
President: Julie Griffith, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Barth Cox, email@example.com
The Psychology Club is an intellectual organization where students are able to discuss and expand ideas related to psychology. In doing so, we cultivate new skills and advance our experience.
President: Jessica Coker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Ava Santos email@example.com
Recreational Leadership Club
The Rec Leadership Club represents all areas of Recreation - public, private, campus, and community - and specializes in Intramural, Club Sports, Outdoor Pursuits, Fitness, Wellness, and other areas generally found on campus. We provide opportunities for members to learn and develop strong leadership skills. The Rec Leadership Club specializes in providing FLC students, faculty, and staff fun events away from work or school. We have also raised money by working at special events held in the SLC throughout the year. With this money, we send members to professional conferences to further their potential success in the career of their choice.
President: George Camisa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Brandon DenHartog, email@example.com
ROCA (Residents On Campus Association)
The Residents on Campus Association (ROCA) is a student organization aiming to create the best residential experience possible here at Fort Lewis. We are dedicated to improving the residence hall experience, promoting a positive, substance-free living and learning environment and being a resource for those living on campus.
President: Luke Knudsen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Hilary Brenneman, email@example.com
Rooted is a place to find community. We are a group of Christian students that meet together that encourage one another no matter where we are at on our faith journey. We strive to be a community that makes a difference in the world through weekly meetings, service projects, worship, small groups, mission trips, and community life events.
President: Tanner Church, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Dr. Joshua R. Mietz, email@example.com
FLC SACNAS, the Society for Advancing Hispanics/Chicanos & Native Americans in Science, is affiliated with the National SACNAS Organization. We are devoted to fostering the success of underrepresented individuals in the natural and behavioral sciences by helping them attain advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership within their fields. Everyone is welcome to join!
President: Shawnee Begay, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Theresa Rodriguez, email@example.com
SATA (Student Athletic Training Association)
To promote the athletic training profession and provide medical assistance for Fort Lewis College student-athletes and the community. In addition, we work to spread the awareness of the health profession and to attend the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers Association Symposium and the Rocky Mountain Sports Medicine Foundation monthly meetings in order to expand our knowledge of the field and improve our clinical practice.
President: Mathew McDermott, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Wayne Barger, email@example.com
FLC Skateboarding Alliance
The Fort Lewis College Skateboarding Alliance is an organization focused on the alternative sport of skateboarding. The level of physical and mental commitment, the adrenaline,the gratification and sheer awesomeness of skateboarding is fully recognized and explored as an alternative sport.
President: Bryan Metze, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Dennis Elkins, email@example.com
Ski & Snowboard Club
As a Ski & Snowboard Club we welcome all that love the snow and who want to be around others who love it as well. Come meet new friends. Learn to ski or snowboard, if you don't already know how. This club welcomes individuals of all skill level. So, no worries. JOIN US TODAY!
President: Jasmine Muniz, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: James Engle, email@example.com
The Slackline Club is an organization to reach out to any and all students who are interested in slacklining. Slacklining is an addictive sport that works out the entire body, and especially your core. Beginners to pros are all welcome to share in the awesomeness that is slacklining! This group is here to support any desires having to do with slacklining in an encouraging, energetic atmosphere. There are many people in the club who have their own specialties such as tricklining, highlining, longlining, yoga slacking or the classic static slacking. So come one, come all to the Slacklining Club!
President: Elizabeth Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Ayla Moore email@example.com
Society of Business Leaders (SOBL)
Started in 2011, the Society of Business Leaders (SOBL) seeks to facilitate relations of students and businesses alike in the Durango community. This year, SOBL will continue to have guest speakers from the Durango business community to give members an inside look at both daily operations and success stories. As a group of professional scholars, SOBL will be anxious to produce innovative ideas to both further prosperity or resolve everyday dilemmas businesses might be facing. It is through these testimonies and interactions that members gain professional relationships with the business men and women of our community.
President: Luke Prince, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: John Gadbois, email@example.com
We are a group of students committed to social justice and engaging with the community by organizing programs such as the Grub Hub Food Pantry, workshops, skill shares, guest speaker events, and providing a space and resources for students to learn more about the social issues affecting our community and world and how to take action in beneficial, meaningful, and effective ways.
President: Louis Tafoya, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Rebecca Clausen, Clausen_R@fortlewis.edu
Student Union Productions (SUP)
We strive to bring fun and interesting entertainment to Fort Lewis for students' enjoyment.
Administration Chair: Danielle Lucero, email@example.com
Advisor: Elizabeth Roberts, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fort Lewis Taekwon-Do is a club designed to help educate members in the martial art of Taekwon-Do. Members can gain and grow their knowledge of Taekwon-Do by participating in work outs, seminars, and tournaments. Fort Lewis Taekwon-Do club is open to all Fort Lewis College students, faculty, staff, and surrounding area residents.
President: Cory Patterson, email@example.com
Advisor: Patrick Fredricks, firstname.lastname@example.org
We seek to bring fly fishermen and women together in the pursuit of happiness. Here, happiness is defined by cold and clean water, healthy fish populations, and the beauty found in chasing salmonids with rod, reel, line, and fly. As a member of the Trout Unlimited 5 Rivers program we work closely with TU to keep our country's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds safe from environmental threats for this and for future generations of anglers to enjoy. We share stories, techniques, and good times. We enjoy nature while working hard to protect and care for it. And, we fish a lot.
Steelhead: Kyle Cartwright, email@example.com
Advisor: Gordon Herrick, firstname.lastname@example.org
This group plans on educating and interacting with the community and students on issues related to nonhuman animals and how that relates to ethics, the environment, and health.
President: Caleb Ontiveros, email@example.com
Advisor: Sarah Roberts-Cady, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fort Lewis College Veteran's Club will seek to support veteran's and their families on campus by providing resources for interpersonal connection, answering questions regarding GI or VA Bills/issues, and any other concerns raised by members relating to veteran's issues.
President: George Usinowicz, email@example.com
Advisor: Larry Hartsfield, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanbli Ota promotes indigenous heritage and cultural diversity on the Fort Lewis College campus and surrounding communities. Our organization is open for everyone to participate. We organize the Hozhoni Day's Pageant and Annual Pow Wow, one of FLC's largest events.
President: Kaylyn LeClaire, email@example.com
Advisor: Jim Engle, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellness Peer Advisory Council (WellPAC)
We are a student-based, informative, supportive health & wellness resource aimed at promoting healthy choices among FLC students. Our efforts are intended to provide information and support for physical, mental, and emotional health via educational events, social norms media campaigns, presentations, and one-on-one peer consultations. We consider ourselves to be easily accessible to students by involving them and empowering them.
President: Ashley Atencio, email@example.com
Advisor: Kendra Gallegos Reichle, firstname.lastname@example.org
We strive to promote and enhance both traditional and small-scale agriculture at Fort Lewis College, and the surrounding areas of Southwestern Colorado. We serve as a link between the college and the agricultural community by educating and involving college students from all disciplines. The club is open to all majors who have an interest in promoting food and agriculture.
President: Melissa Shelton, email@example.com
Advisor: Beth LaShell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wheel Club is an organization that promotes the joy for adventure, outdoors, and riding mountain bikes. It is a completely recreational group that rides the surrounding trails in Durango. You will be welcomed if you are a pro-racer or are just starting to ride. All we ask is that you have a genuine passion for riding mountain bikes, and a desire to explore and challenge yourself.
President: Austin Breunig, email@example.com
Advisor: Ayla Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org
Women in Science
Fort Lewis Women in Science is a club devoted to fostering a sense of community and solidarity among undergraduate women engaged in science at Fort Lewis College. Our mission is to sponsor academic, career, and public service programs, create mentoring networks with graduate and professional level women, and serve as a resource for those pursuing the sciences. We are a support network and resource base, facilitiating weekly discussion groups on women's issues and providing inspiration and encouragement for those pursuing science-related careers.
President: Katherine McLain, email@example.com
Advisor: Aimee Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org