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Student Life Staying active outside the classroom is a vital part of any college experience, and at Lander, students have numerous options when it comes to getting involved. There are opportunities to show your Bearcat spirit during events such as Homecoming, Greek rush, Open House and orientation programs, and Lander has more than 60 student organizations and clubs, each offering unique opportunities. This is Lander. This is Getting Involved. Explore the Opportunities You can entertain young schoolchildren as you put on a chemistry magic show with Lander’s American Chemical Society chapter, or you can interact with classmates and visitors while you volunteer at campus events as a Presidential Ambassador. Numerous national academic honor societies give you a chance to meet and work with students who share your interests. You can stay active with a game of ultimate Frisbee or rugby, or ride with fellow Equestrian Team members. You can even find your spiritual niche with groups such as Campus Crusade for Christ, the Baptist Collegiate Ministry or the United Methodist Fellowship. Whether you’re helping collect canned goods for the local food bank, taking part in a blood drive, running in a 5K for a charity or just volunteering time to improve the community, you’ll be keeping your mind and body fit while helping others. 25

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