Campus Life

Intercollegiate, intramural, and recreational sports are an important part of the Lindenwood extracurricular life. Intramural and recreational sports offer exercise and healthy competition to all students in the community, while intercollegiate athletics provide competitive opportunities within national organizations.

Intramural sports such as dodgeball, softball, volleyball (indoor and outdoor), soccer (indoor and outdoor), basketball, flag football, and more are available for all students to participate in. Students can sign up for any intramural sport or event at or through their student portal.

Lindenwood University is a member of NCAA Division II. The university sponsors baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, women’s gymnastics, women’s ice hockey, indoor and outdoor track and field, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, volleyball, and wrestling in NCAA Division II.

Intercollegiate athletics programs not associated with the NCAA compete under the Student Life Sports (SLS) umbrella. These programs include archery, bowling, cheerleading (competitive and sideline), cycling (road, mountain, downhill, Cyclo-cross, and BMX), dance (Lion Line, Lionettes, and Golden Line), ice hockey, roller hockey, rugby, shotgun sports (American and International Trap and Skeet, and Sporting Clays), and weightlifting (Olympic).

All undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to participate in Lindenwood Student Government. Lindenwood Student Government works to provide a structure for student expression and self-governance. Members of student government play a strong role in the academic and administrative decision-making process of the university through representation in various planning committees. For more information about Lindenwood Student Government, visit the office, located in Evans Commons Room 3040, or call (636) 949-4983. Students may access the Lindenwood Student Government website by visiting the Student Life page of the Lindenwood website at Students can email questions to

Student Organizations

Students may complement their academic experiences by becoming involved with some of the 90-plus student clubs and organizations on campus geared toward academic interests, special interest groups, fraternities and sororities, honor societies, departmental clubs, religious organizations, and recreational clubs. For more information on student organizations, including joining or creating an organization, stop by the Student Involvement Office in Evans Commons Room 3040 or visit the Student Life page of the Lindenwood website at

Leadership Development

All undergraduate and graduate students are provided with educational and engaging opportunities to explore, strengthen, and elevate their leadership skills. Opportunities such as Leadership Series, Lunch with Leaders, and Elevate Leadership Certification are available through Student Involvement. For more information, visit the office, located in Evans Commons Room 3040, or call (636) 949-4983.

Qualified students may conduct practicums in the context of St. Charles County’s only higher education television venue. The purpose of the station is to offer learning opportunities for Lindenwood’s broadcast students, who operate the station under the supervision of the College of Arts and Humanities faculty. The channel offers original programming designed to provide educational experiences and cultural enrichment. LUTV is available on Charter Cable, AT&T U-Verse and online through the Lindenwood website.

Students may also participate in the operation of the Lindenwood all-digital radio station, KCLC-FM (HD-1), through the College of Arts and Humanities. A 50,000-watt stereo facility, KCLC is the principal local radio station in St. Charles County and plays a major role in community affairs, providing entertainment programming, local news gathering, and sports broadcasting. KCLC-FM (HD- 2) is the secondary digital signal, which provides another format for the community and additional student opportunities. Both stations are available on the Internet.