Student Clubs and Organizations

There are many clubs and organizations that you can get involved in while at Whitman. Co-curricular activities provide you with the opportunity to discover new interests, meet new people, and enhance the classroom educational experiences you have at the College. Browse through the clubs on this page or find the club you're interested in by choosing a specific category. A description and contact information for each club are available by clicking on that club's name.

For additional information about clubs and organizations, or any other aspect of Student Activities, go to our webpage!

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Leann Adams ( or Katharine Curles (

You can also contact us if you would like to have your organization added to the directory.

    All Clubs and Organizations

  • Action For Animals

    Action for Animals' mission is to educate and involve the campus on animal welfare issues. More »

  • Adopt-a-Grandparent

    The Adopt-A-Grandparent program is a student-run program that works with the nearby Odd Fellows senior home to pair Whitman students with seniors. Adopt-A-Grandparent volunteers visit with their adopted grandparent once a week for about an hour. More »

  • Aikido Club

    Aikido is a non-violent, non-competitive, defensive Japanese martial art used to defend oneself while also protecting an attacker from injury. More »

  • All Students for Consent

    All Students for Consent (ASC) seeks to empower the Whitman College community to support survivors of sexual violence by having a broad knowledge of how sexual violence and rape culture affects the Whitman Community.  More »

  • Alpine Skiing

    Alpine Skiing More »

  • Anime Club

    The Whitman College Anime Club is a group of students who meet weekly to watch and discuss new and classic anime series. More »

  • Archery Club

    The Whitman College Archery Club to promotes interest in archery through the use of outings, safety demonstrations, and other events. More »

  • Association of Mycology

    It is the mission of the Whitman College Mycology Club to promote interest and awareness of the fungi kingdom within the Whitman community by growing gourmet mushrooms and organizing lectures and outings. More »

  • ASWC Sound & Lights

    ASWC Sound & Lights More »

  • Backcountry Ski & Snowboard Club

    The Backcountry Ski & Snowboard Club strives to provide resources that enable students to get out skiing and snowboarding in the backcountry. More »

  • Badminton Club

    The Whitman Badminton Club provides the opportunity for people to practice and play badminton. People of all skill levels are invited. More »

  • Baking Club

    Baking Club is currently inactive. Contact the Student Activities Office ( if you would like to activate this club. More »

  • Beyond Borders Club

    The Beyond Borders Club aims to promote interest in and awareness of various cultures and global issues amongst and between Whitman College and the Walla Walla community by hosting films and documentary screenings, lectures, art displays, and other organized events in coalition with various student-run clubs. More »

  • Black Student Union

    Black Student Union is a safe place where people can talk about topics of race. The club serves as a support group for students of color but is not exclusive to non-white students. More »

  • blue moon

    blue moon is Whitman College's annual art and literary magazine. It is entirely student-staffed and features outstanding art, prose, and poetry of the Whitman community. More »

  • BodyKind

    BodyKind is currently inactive. Contact the Student Activities Office ( if you would like to activate this club. More »

  • Buddy Program

    The Buddy Program is a student-run program that connects Whitman students with adults in the Walla Walla community with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Whitman students meet with their buddies twice a month on Friday afternoons. More »

  • Camp Kesem

    Camp Kesem empowers college student leaders nationwide to create free, life-changing summer camps for children affected by a parent’s cancer. More »

  • Campus Climate Challenge

    Campus Climate Challenge is dedicated to halting anthropogenic climate change by creating on-campus campaigns, educating local children on climate change, and participating in justice activities in the greater Walla Walla area, in regional and national climate and activism conferences, and in state and national campaigns. More »

  • Campus Conservatives

    Campus Conservatives is currently inactive. Contact the Student Activities Office ( if you would like to activate this club. More »