LLUSA - Loma Linda University Student Association. The LLUSA represents the unified efforts of the student body to bring together, in purpose and activities, students from all programs and schools on LLU's campus. The LLUSA president represents the student body at the LLU chancellor's committee and the LLU board of trustees. To contact LLUSA, you may send an email.
GSS - General Student Senate. The General Student Senate is recognized by University administration as the official voice of the students. The GSS consists of elected representatives from each of the campus schools, student organizations, and residence halls. Most senators are members of the various working committees on campus which develop University policies. The GSS provides a forum for students to discuss campus issues that are presented in campus committees. It is also an avenue for action items to be recommended back to these committees and to University administration.
ASN - Associated Students of Nursing. The ASN is an active organization for students in the School of Nursing. The objectives of this organization are to serve as a channel for communication between students and faculty and to facilitate personal and professional growth by meaningful participation in all aspects of student life.
DSA - Dental Students' Association. The Dental Students' Association is open to all undergraduate dental and dental hygiene students. The objectives of the organization are to create a common bond among students and to provide orientation for underclass students in the dental school. The fostering of missionary activities, stimulation of interest in current scientific development, and planned programs are included.
SPHSA - School of Public Health Student Association. The SPHSA has as its purpose the promotion of wholistic development of students at the School of Public Health contributing to their social, emotional, physical, intellectual, and spiritual needs. The SPHSA also fosters and organizes student extra-curricular activities, such as the yearly student/faculty retreat, the annual Christmas banquet, and the end-of-the-year party.
SALLUSM - Student Association of LLU School of Medicine. The purposes of the SALLUSM are to encourage high Christian ideals among medical students, involve medical students in developing and furthering their education, enhance involvement in and loyalty to Loma Linda University, unite medical students to seek constructive solutions to problems, and foster leadership among medical students.
APSA - Asian Pacific Islanders Students' Association. APSA is comprised of students and friends of all the health-oriented curricula of the University. Its purpose is to provide academic, spiritual, social, and ethnocultural support for its members as well as to engage in community outreach. While the majority of its members are of Asian heritage, any and all students regardless of ethnic heritage are invited to participate in and learn from Asian cultural and social activities. In harmony with the LLU office of diversity standards, APSA welcomes all ethnic groups into its membership.
ALAS - Association of Latin American Students. ALAS is composed of students and friends of all the health-oriented curricula of the University. Its purpose is to provide academic, spiritual, social, and ethnocultural support for its members as well as to engage in community outreach. While the majority of its members are of Latino heritage, any and all students regardless of ethnic heritage are invited to participate in and learn from Latino cultural and social activities. In harmony with the LLU office of diversity standards, ALAS welcomes all ethnic groups into its membership.
BHPSA - Black Health Professional Student Association. BHPSA is comprised of students and friends of all the health-oriented curricula of the University. Its purpose is to provide academic, spiritual, social, and ethnocultural support for its members, as well as to engage in community outreach. While the majority of its members are of African heritage, any and all students regardless of ethnic heritage are invited to participate in and learn from African cultural and social activities. In harmony with the LLU office of diversity standards, BHPSA welcomes all ethnic groups into its membership.
KPSA - Korean Professional Student Association. KPSA is dedicated to the needs of Korean and non-Korean students who are interested in Korean culture, history, language, and people. The emphasis of the association is to provide social and educational events designed to help members keep in touch or become familiar with Korean traditions and current events. It organizes a wide variety of social functions such as banquets, sporting events, and Friday night vespers to bring its members in touch with each other and the development of their Christian ideals.
Logos. Logos is a drama club within the Loma Linda University student association (LLUSA) that focuses on portraying biblical stories, standards, and values in a contemporary way.
LLUCI - Loma Linda University Club Internationale. LLUCI is a club for international and American students who have an interest in cross-cultural interactions. The purpose of the club is to assist international students with cultural adjustment, providing social and spiritual opportunities, and promoting intercultural understanding between different ethnic groups.
SIMS - Students for International Mission Service. Students for International Mission Service is a University-wide program that provides service opportunities for all Loma Linda University students. These include weekend clinic trips to Mexico and longer trips for individuals or groups throughout the world. Travel and housing subsidy are provided by SIMS and arrangements have been made for students to work in health care and development in more than 20 different countries. SIMS is part of the Center for Health and Development in the School of Public Health and can be reached at (909) 558-1000, extension 88047.
Testimony Choir. Testimony is a choir that is organized, led, and directed with student leadership. This choir travels throughout Southern California under the auspices of the dean of student affairs, performing Christian music in a variety of venues.