Clubs and Organizations
With over 70 clubs and organizations to choose from, the challenge is not "will I get involved?” but rather “how do I narrow down the choices?” Involvement opportunities range from off-campus trips sponsored by the Outing Club to the exciting array of video game tournaments sponsored by the gaming club (WARP). Most academic departments have a partnership with a student organization and provide collaborative opportunities between academic and co-curricular life. The Class Councils sponsor campus-wide entertainment that ignites class pride.
Clubs and organizations are broken down into the following interest areas:
- BOLD Media
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Honor Societies
- Special Interest
- Student Senate
- Professional and Departmental
- Residence Life
- Spiritual Life
Clubs and Organization by Interest Area
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
More than words - Taking action
At Western New England University and within the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership, we believe that diversity, equity, and inclusion are necessary components of the co-curricular experience of our students. With this in mind, we have a number of clubs and organizations dedicated to this fundamental component of our operation as stewards of equality.
Involvement with distinction
Students with high academic achievement and co-curricular involvement have the opportunity to be inducted into one or more of our honor societies. These organizations promote academics on campus, perform community service, and become an active member of the Western New England community.
Grow your passions
Special Interest clubs are organizations that enable you to explore your interests and talents outside of your major. Involvement opportunities range from off-campus trips sponsored by the Outing Club to the exciting array of video game tournaments sponsored by the gaming club (WARP).
Voice of the students
The Student Senate is the official voice of full-time undergraduate students and is comprised of representatives from each class, representatives from each of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Engineering, commuter and resident representatives. Additionally, Student Senate is comprised of the Class Council program, the Campus Activities Board, and Spring Event Committee.
Build your community
If you are passionate about living on campus, consider joining a residence-inspired club or organization! Whether with your specific residence hall or advocating for the holistic residential experience, you have the opportunity to impact the day-to-day lives of our residential student populations!