Get Connected

The Office of International Studies, in conjunction with other organizations and offices on campus, works hard to provide opportunities for international students to get connected on campus and off campus.

Organizations with an International focus

L.I.F.E.: Get connected with a host family to learn more about life in the U.S. and share some of your culture.

MOSAIC: A group of students who join together to help equip our students, staff, and faculty to function in a diverse world by developing cultural competencies based on Biblical principle. This group endeavors to create an environment both on and off campus enriched by diversity while being both welcoming and affirming to the breadth of God’s creation. Mosaic also assists in programming, hosting events, and walking alongside our body of international students helping them to better adjust to life on this campus and in this country.

MU KAPPA: An international organization for missionary kids. Please refer to their website (www.mukappa.org) to find out more about the organization. Mu Kappa is helpful in creating a sense of belonging, has been organized to help MKs feel at home in a university setting, and helps with being away from home in creating a familiar routine.

Other great ways to get involved

IMPACT: Engages a select group of LeTourneau University student leaders, to grow in Christ-centered leadership through a range of experiences, by inspiring, challenging, equipping, training, honoring, and affirming students to be change agents who cast a vision for the campus and their areas of influence.

Intercollegiate Athletics: A vital part of LeTourneau University’s commitment to develop the whole person, the intercollegiate athletic program provides student-athletes an opportunity to improve their skills while competing at a high level. The University sponsors 13 varsity teams, 6 men and 7 women. Men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer and tennis. The women’s sports are basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball. LeTourneau University is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division III and the fifteen-member American Southwest Conference.

Intramural Athletics: This sports program is designed to meet the competitive and recreational needs of the students through sports activities. Football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, ultimate Frisbee, and softball make up the competitive core of team sports in the program. A wide range of other activities takes place throughout the year providing opportunities for both the serious competitor and the recreational enthusiast.

LeTourneau Student Ministries: An organization under Student Government that seeks to organize and effectively carry out ministries for God’s glory. There are currently two executive officers in LSM, a President and a Secretary/Treasurer. The President acts as the chief executive officer over LSM, as well as being the student liaison with the administration, while the Secretary/Treasurer keeps records and handles any monetary transactions.

Student Government: Provides leadership to the LeTourneau student body, administrates campus programs, and acts as the primary liaison between the student body and the LeTourneau faculty/administration. The three agencies under Student Government are Student Senate, LeTourneau Student Ministries (LSM), and YellowJacket Activities Council (YAC). Student Government is directed by the Student Body President and his Cabinet.

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