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An organization to raise awareness and educate around mental health issues. Active minds wants to be a leader in changing the conversation about mental health on college campuses all around the globe.
The Ally Program provides intentional and active support for members of the college community who experience prejudice and marginalization. Allies are students, faculty, and staff who value inclusive treatment of all people.
Gamma Epsilon Chapter at Lake Forest College Alpha Phi is a sisterhood of outstanding women supporting one another in lifelong achievement. Alpha Phi assists college women in making informed choices to reach their highest potential.
Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed national service fraternity that focuses on the main three principles Leadership, Friendship, and Service.
A fraternity that binds men together in a brotherhood based upon eternal and immutable principles
As an organization of Lake Forest, and collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Assoication, LFC AMA is a professional organization that is more than marketing. It's students from all majors who come together to make a positive impact on LFC.
Amnesty International has the mission of spreading awareness for human rights and social justice. Amnesty also encourages the student body to take action regarding violations of human rights and social justice issues.
This organization’s purpose shall be to offer Lake Forest College students access to a wide variety of artistic opportunities for education and for displaying artwork.
The Athletic Council is designed to develop leadership skills of students with a special interest in athletics. The main focus of the council is to promote school spirit and build enthusiasm and support for Forester athletics both on and off campus.
National Biological Honor Society. Undergraduate organization for biology students. Activities are designed to stimulate interest, promote scholarly attainment, & investigation in biology, while facilitating students' interaction with current researchers.