Student Life

Lords Universal College offers a wide variety of round-the-year social, sporting and cultural activity calendar, which introduces students to new friends and interests. We believe a student’s campus life should be as fulfilling outside the classroom as it is inside.

Student life at Lords Universal is about much more than just classes or exams. The College is a place to make new friends, to take up new hobbies (or take existing ones to a new level), to contribute to the society and to take a part in a huge range of activities and events – there's always something going on!

We believe that what goes on outside the classroom is as important as what happens inside, for the growth of the whole person. You’re not just preparing for graduation and your future career – you’re preparing for the rest of your life. Whether for exercise, entertainment or enlightenment, there’s a ton of cool stuff to do.

Being bored should never be a problem while you're on campus: the real problem should be finding the time to fit everything in.

  • As winners of the HSBC International Financial Literacy Award, Nishant Chhabriya of SY B.M.S. visited New York and participated in the HSBC International Financial Literacy Forum and the SIFE World Cup.
  • Lords Universal College is a regular participant at the SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) National Competition.
  • In the years 2006 and 2007, our students performed ‘Dil Chahta Hai’, a street play on AIDS awareness. Over a period of 48 hours, 42 performances were enacted. 
  • Lords College won the Best College award at Crescendo, an intercollegiate festival conducted at the Ritumbhara College & at Rituparva, an intercollegiate festival conducted by Government Law College.
  • Lords Universal College co-hosts the highly prestigious ‘Ms & Mr University’ and ‘College Idol’ along with the National Institute of Event management. Limca Book of Records states that both these events are amongst the biggest pageants for college students. In the course of these events, students of the college were in close association with ‘Gladrags 2007’ winner Fredii Daruwala, fitness guru Micky Mehta, the Moranis of Cineyug and television star Sajid Khan.