Whether you find your self expression and sense of connection in movement, culture, social or environmental action, or something else, there's room for you in FLC's student clubs and organizations.
There's only so much sitting and studying the human body can handle. When it's time to shake it out a bit, consider joining one of our many intramural or club sports.
FLC's community is bright and vibrant, with students, staff, and faculty from an abundance of cultural backgrounds. With almost 180 Native American Tribes and Alaska Native villages represented, and students of color making up over half of the student body, we are one of the most diverse college campuses in the nation.
There's an aspect of academics that can be removed from "the real world," but mostly that's about what people do with what they're studying. Many students integrate the ideas born in the classroom into their everyday lives through their involvement in organizations. In addition to the many student-run organizations, consider involvement in the Environmental or Leadership centers, or student media.
Get involved in conservation and restoration projects on and off campus. The Environmental Center offers one-time volunteer projects, internships, and opportunities to connect with others who are passionate about keeping our planet hospitable.
Cultivate the skills of effective leadership, including communication, inclusion, and inspiration. Find your personal strengths and contribute them toward creating an active FLC community. Involvement in the Leadership Center gives you practical experience as you work with student organizations, governance, and productions.
Student media, including our local radio station, KDUR, and new source, The Independent, as well as our literary magazine, Images, give you a channel for your voice. You can submit pieces, volunteer as a radio DJ, or intern with these organizations, all of which are housed in the Ballantine Media Center.