Student Organizations

Director of Student Organizations- Kara Kelsey aswouorgs@wou.edu | 503.838.8553

 

Club Events Calendar

 

 

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Student Organization Information:

Spring 2014

Club Meeting Times

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A Cappella Club
We make a cappella music and perform locally and in competitions.

Anime Club
Anime Club is a place where anime fans can come experience different types of anime and hang out with others who also like anime.
Wednesdays, 5-8pm, NS 103

Anthropology
The purpose of the WOU Anthropology club is to be a support to Anthropology students as well as for students who are curious about anthropology and want to learn more. It will promote opportunities, events, and service to bring students and the community together

Art Club
We try to do various art projects so people can try out different mediums and find inspiration.

ASCD Student Chapter (Education)
We promote future teachers’ professional growth and development by engaging them in professional opportunities that bridge preparation and practice and focus on the way educators learn teach, and lead
5/8, 4-6pm; 5/15, 4- 6pm;
Rooms tbd, email hfledderjohann07@wou.edu

American Sign Language (ASL)
Come and learn sign language to improve what you know.
Thursdays, 7:30pm, WUC Willamette

Black Student Union (BSU)
We promote cultural and political awareness and provide support for all students and the community. We aim to foster a sense of community among all students of African descent at WOU

Business and Economics Club (B & E)
We focus on helping students gain the experience and knowledge they need to be successful in the business world after graduation. It’s all about making connections and gaining experiences.
Wednesdays, 5pm, Hamersly 105

Byte Club
Computer Science students (a mixture of sophomore, juniors and seniors) attending Western Oregon University (WOU) that recognized the need for greater interaction.
Student to Student
Student to Professors
Student to Learning Resources
see woubyteclub.com or the Computer Science Department
ITC Third Floor: 04/4 @ 1:30, 04/9 @ 2pm, 05/7 @ 1:30, 05/9 @ 2

CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ)
We’re a group of committed Christians on campus, meaning: we’re real people dealing with the real problems of living out a real faith in the real world.
Tuesdays, 7pm, WUC Willamette

Catholic Campus Ministry
We are a laid back group of people. We are a catholic based group but we welcome everyone, of every faith.

Chinese Club
We want to share the Chinese Club on campus.
Thursdays, 5pm, ISSA Office

College Republicans
We promote the principles of the Republican Party among members of WOU and the community.

Communication Club
We engage communication majors/minors and others interested in communication, with opportunities to engage in social, academic, and service activities
Mondays, 4pm, HL 204

Community and Family Health Organization
We provide a place for students interested in Community Health Education to gain experience in networking, leadership, service learning, and pre-professional training
Mondays, 5pm, Hamersly 107

Fellowship of Christian Signers
We provide fellowship and service to the Christian signing community in and around WOU.

Geography Club
We act as a unified group within the academic major to provide support to administration and all students interested in the field of geography.
Every other Tuesday, 2pm, WUC Summit

German Club
Our goal is to promote awareness and interest in the German-speaking culture and language. We bring together students enrolled in German Studies, the general student body, and the community.

Gerontology Student Association (WOUGSA)
We advance the field of gerontology by encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining the academic success of members.

Global Brigades of WOU
We help the under-served in other countries.

Green Dot Club
Our overarching goal is to mobilize a force of engaged and proactive bystanders, to increase the number of green dots and decreasing red dots
Wednesdays, 7pm, Hamersly 107

Hawai’i Club
We bring students of Hawaiian heritage and their friends together to promote cultural events, perform cultural activities, and engage in positive recreation.

Improvasaurs
We have a performing troupe who performs about twice a term, and all our meetings are OPEN meetings! Come one, come all! Our main goal is to have fun, but we also strive to improve our improv skills as well as public speaking, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Thursdays, 5-7pm, location varies
Email zmoffat12@wou.edu

International Club
We want to share culture, religion, politics, economy, and history of the various countries represented by members with the campus and community.
Thursdays, 6pm, Maaske Hall

Latter Day Saint Student Association (LDSA)
We want so support our members and encourage members to become and influence for good as well as provide meaningful service and activities on campus and within the community

League of Legends
Join us in our League of Legends gaming and achieving goals set out by Riot.

Math Club
We want to promote knowledge and learning of mathematics in the community and social events.
See bulletin board in MNB

M.E.Ch.A. de WOU
(Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlán)
We support and promote Chican@ and Latin@ issues at the local, state, and national level. Help us raise awareness, build community, and celebrate our rich cultures.
Tuesdays, 6-7pm, WUC Calapooia

Model United Nations (MUN)
Raising awareness of political views and events, we serve an educational purpose. Through discussion and MUN conferences, learn about the goals and principles of the United Nations.
Fridays, 12pm, HSS 107

Monmouth Student Nurses’ Association (MSNA)
There are 3 OHSU School of Nursing classes on campus at WOU, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, as well as pre-nursing students so our club has around 100 members at any given time. Collectively we are MSNA.
See FB: MSNA

Multicultural Student Union (MSU)
Our goal is to promote diversity and cultural awareness throughout the Western Oregon University campus and the surrounding community. MSU gives students, faculty and staff an opportunity to share their cultural background while learning about others.
Wednesdays, 6pm, WUC Columbia

National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi)
Our organization has been established to create a support group that will help college students achieve their goals and better their lives, in the process building leaders who make a better world.
See FB: WOU Sigma Alpha PI

Natural Science Club
We promote science through field trips, career planning, mentoring, social & academic networking, volunteerism, and education outreach
see bulletin board in NS building


Northwest Collegiate Ministries
We are a student organization that allows students to make lasting friendships, volunteer their time in a variety of ministry opportunities, and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ.

Phi Alpha Delta: Pre-Law Club
We provide pre-law students with a support group and knowledge about getting into and attending law school, and about careers in law.
Email mstorme12@wou.edu
2nd and 4th Wednesday, 4pm, WUC Klamath

Phi Alpha Theta: National History Honors Society
We promote the study of history by raising awareness and bringing teachers, historians, and students together.

Pre-Nursing Club
We collaborate with all pre-nursing students to meet and inform about what they need to get in and succeed as a nursing student.
Email prenursingclub@wou.edu

Psychology Student Association (WOUPSA)
Our purpose is to advance the science of psychology. We also want to provide a support for students interested in the psychology field, as well as help students take advantage of the education options available at WOU.

Social Dance Club
We provide free, weekly dance lessons of varying styles and difficulty. No partner or previous experience needed!
Mondays, 8pm, WUC Pacific

Student Veterans of America
Our mission is to address the challenges associated with the transition from military service to being actively engaged in the college experience

Students for Life
We work to save lives threatened by induced abortion, capital punishment, euthanasia, and destruction of human embryos for research. We seek to promote respect for life at WOU and in the surrounding areas through education and helping those in need.

Students Promoting Equity, Activism, and Knowledge (SPEAK)
Our mission is to promote activism by providing educational programming that addresses a wide range of social issues, both current and longstanding. Let’s foster equality, tolerance, and understanding together.
Every other Monday, 4pm, Abby’s House

Triangle Alliance (TA)
We aim to create a place for members and allies of the GLBTQ community to feel self, welcome, and connected. We welcome anyone, focusing on acceptance, equality, and education.
Thursdays, 5pm, Calapooia

United Students Against Sweatshops
We are an international student lead & run organization who runs local, national, and internationally coordinated campaigns for labor rights and economic justice in partnership with workers and community organizations
Email usas@wou.edu

Western Compass
We are a community organization that is also a club at Western. This organization was founded by area churches who wanted to bless students by providing retreats, meals, guest speakers and mentoring, all with a focus on spirituality and matters of conscience.
see FB: Western Compass

Wolf Clay Ceramics
Come learn about the ceramics process. We work with clay and surface treatments, and on all around advancement of ceramics education.

1st and 3rd Friday, 4-6pm, CH 013 or 012

Wolves Helping Others (WHO)
We are a club focused on Community Service, making connections, and helping other organizations.
Tuesdays, 6pm, tbd

YMCA Club
Join us as we gain a rich and full expression of life through participation in planning and execution of service programs, to make the university community a better place.

Forms: They can also be found and returned in the ASWOU Offices

 

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