Information for Clubs and Organizations
Explore Student Involvement
There are over 60 recognized student clubs and organizations on campus. Student groups unite around an interest or activity. They create and facilitate programs, speakers, concerts, trips, etc. that educate their members and the campus community about various cultures, lifestyles, art forms, and perspectives.
Students who are involved with a student club or organization enrich their Whitman experience by increasing their opportunities for meeting new people, discovering an untapped interest or passion, enhancing their educational experience by applying knowledge in new or unexpected places, and contributing to the Whitman, Walla Walla, or global community.
Find Out More
Browse the Clubs & Organizations Directory to learn what types of groups are currently active on campus. Attend a meeting of a group you're curious about, or consider starting a new club if you have a great idea for an organization that would contribute something unique to the campus community.
If you're already an active club and are curious about the resources available to you, check out the list below for pertinent information as you start thinking about the types of events your group wants to bring to the Whitman campus. You'll find information here about co-sponsorship, ASWC Sound and Lights, and tips and tricks for successful programming.
- Starting an ASWC Club
- Maintaining ASWC Recognition
- Membership Development
- Running a Meeting
- Planning a Program or Event
- Leadership Transitions
- Leadership Resources
- Campus Resources
- Sound and Lights
- Whitman Events Board (WEB) Co-Sponsorship Request Form