Members of the Hui O'Hawaii club perform native Hawaiian songs.
Brian Sausser and Jordan Mageo preforming in the ARC during musoffee.

Student Activities

¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç’s student-led clubs, teams, groups, and activities offer you a wide range of outlets and opportunities to connect with other like-minded students while diving into what interests you.

  • 50+ clubs
  • 25+ Ministry and faith opportunities
  • 11 NCAA Division II teams

Clubs, Groups, and Societies

Further explore your area of study and gain experience with major-related in the sciences, the humanities, the , and everything in between. Share your musical talent in a campus ensemble. Lean into your voice for  and change with groups like  (Multicultural Opportunities for Students Actively Involved in Community) or events like those put on by the Center for Justice & Reconciliation (CJR). Or maybe you just want to use your time at college to try something new and meet people with the same as you. No matter what you want out of you're Loma experience, there’s somewhere for everybody to plug in and find a niche. 

Clubs, Groups, and Societies

See all club offerings and learn how to join the wide range of events and activities at ¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç by visiting ASB's student-managed directory.

Sports and Recreation

Hit the turf (or surf) on an intramural sport or club team. Lace up your boots or grab a kayak and get outdoors for a more adventurous study break. Or show your ¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç pride and join fellow students in supporting your NCAA Division II Sea Lions as they take on rival schools.

Whether you enjoy playing on the field, cheering from the sideline, or forging your own path, there are many ways to get active and involved in the vibrant campus community at ¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç.


Intramural Sports

Interested in tapping into your own spirit of healthy competition? Check out the number of intramural sports teams available for you to sign up with at ¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç, whether with your friends or joining a team of new ones!

Sports and Recreation Facilities

¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç also offers a host of on-campus facilities and outdoor opportunities to spur your play. Grab a few friends and start a game of beach volleyball on one of our sand volleyball courts. Test your will and stamina by scaling an on-campus rock wall. Take a study break in between classes to enjoy the awesome surf. There are plenty of opportunities to help you stay active and have fun. Six Tennis Courts, Baseball Field, Track and Soccer Field, Indoor Rock Wall, Sand Volleyball Courts, Indoor Basketball and Volleyball Courts, Aerobic Machines, Pacific Ocean, Outdoor Weight Shed, Sports Performance Center.

The Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)

Come and hang out in the ARC, located on the bottom floor of Nicholson Commons across from the Bond Academic Center on ¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç’s campus. In addition to sponsoring weekly events and giving students, staff, and faculty access to ping pong, billiards, and large-screen TVs, the ARC also houses the , where you can rent outdoor equipment like camping gear, kayaks, and more, and outdoor adventure trip information and sign-ups.

Leadership Opportunities

Associated Student Body

The Associated Student Body (ASB) is a student government structure that provides student-sponsored educational, social, cultural, religious, and service opportunities for students. ASB coordinates student organizations and campus events for students, faculty, and staff. As a member of ASB, you’ll help plan major campus events like ‘80s Skate Night, Movie at the Greek, Homecoming, and more.

Student Senate

The is a group made up of four student representatives from each class, who meet once a week and aid in creating the goals and objectives of the . This group is exposed to various administrators and issues across campus. They are also able to voice their opinions and suggestions about campus issues at each meeting.

Representatives are also responsible for talking to the students they live with to receive their feedback, and for making their fellow students aware of the actions of the ASB Board of Directors, what is going on at the administrative level, and the thoughts of the student body.

What events can you expect during your school year at ¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç? Check out a recap of some of our most fun memories of the year.

Other Events & Opportunities

Writer's Symposium by the Sea

¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç's Writer’s Symposium by the Sea is an annual event that brings renowned writers, authors and storytellers to campus to share advice, memories, and deeper conversation behind their craft. Past guests have included Ray Bradbury, Amy Tan, Alice Walker, and many more. 

Woman sings on stage


Music and coffee (or tea) — one Thursday per month, you can come to the ARC in Nicholson Commons to hear your creative friends and peers perform live music or share their writing and poetry.  

Sam Kwapong speaking to students

Cup of Culture

Sponsored by ¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç’s Center for Justice and Reconciliation (CJR) & MOSAIC (Multicultural Opportunities for Students Actively Involved in Community), this series invites speakers and students to share important conversations on social issues and provides opportunities to take action over fair trade coffee. 

Wiley Lecture Series

Every spring, ¹ú²ú¾çÂ鶹¾ç's School of Theology & Christian Ministry brings prestigious and engaging guest speakers to campus to share conversations relevant to Christian life and ministry for the week.