Clubs and Organizations
Information About Lewis Honors College Student Organizations and Clubs
Take a Tampon: Take a Tampon works to provide free and accessible menstrual hygiene products to UK students and the community. Come join to create education, combat stigma, distribute products, and work with state legislators on this issue. All students are welcome to join the organization. Visit the website or contact President Kotomi Yokokura at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Apollo Society: For any Pre-Healthcare student looking to network and improve their understanding of collaboration within the medical field. They offer one general meeting and two community service opportunities per month. Contact President Abigail Knoy at email@example.com.
Lewis Student Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Coalition: This group meets regularly to foster belonging among Honors students through meetings that combine community building activities, celebrations of cultural heritages, and educational programs. The group also generates ideas for programs and activities, engages in deliberate discussions of DEI topics and texts, exchanges resources, views films, and addresses concerns with the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Tara Tuttle. All Honors students are welcome to join the coalition and attend meetings. Contact Dr. Tuttle at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Hay Que Hablar: For students who would like to improve their Spanish speaking skills and learn more about Latin American culture in a relaxed, fun-filled environment. All levels of Spanish speaking skills are welcome. Contact President Nicolas Vargas at email@example.com.
John Locke Society: The mission of the John Locke Society is to serve the University of Kentucky community by providing a forum for the friendly and robust exchange of ideas about liberty, responsibility, and the public good. The Society seeks to assist its members in sharpening their own arguments and in understanding differing points of view in an atmosphere of mutual respect. People of all viewpoints and political persuasions are welcome in the Society, provided that they demonstrate respect towards all discussion participants. To further its mission, the Society organizes reading groups, hosts discussions on various topics, and brings guest speakers to campus. The Society is based at the Lewis Honors College, and its activities and events are open to the entire University of Kentucky community. Contact Dr. Minella at Timothy.Minella@uky.edu for more information