The Associated Students of Linfield College (ASLC), governed by the students, provides social, cultural, athletic and recreational activities as well as opportunities for leadership development.
Students may serve one another and the community through clubs like Circle K or Habitat for Humanity. There are many opportunities to become civically engaged through Greenfield, Fusion, the Linfield Republicans, and others.
For those that want to get active, there are Intramural Sport seasons throughout the year. There are also Club Sports (water polo, rugby, tennis, lacrosse, and Ultimate Frisbee), the Outdoor Club, the Snowboard/ Ski Club and others.
Students who wish to be involved in cultural activities can join the Multicultural, International, French, German, or Hawaiian clubs. There is also Model United Nations, the American Sign Language Club, and El Club de Espanol for those wishing to expand their cultural horizons. There are many clubs focused on academic disciplines (PSYCH Club, Math Club, Pre-Nursing and Pre-Law Clubs, and many others) and a wide variety of honor societies such as Alpha Lambda Delta, SPURS, and departmental honor societies.
From campus media such as the Review (newspaper), KSLC (radio station), and Camus (literary magazines) to leadership opportunities such as the Linfield Activities Board (LAB) and the ASLC Senate, there is something for everybody on the Linfield Campus. For more information on ASLC Sponsored clubs, contact the Club Director, Annika Yates.