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Student Clubs and Organizations

Student Clubs are a vital hub of community, student leadership and student led programming. They provide everything from study groups to relaxation focused on restoring mental health, to friendships and connections that can last a lifetime.

If you’re interested in starting a club, please check out our Club Resources page, where you can download a copy of the Club Handbook and our Club Chartering Packet.

If you’re looking to see what clubs we have on campus right now, check out the list below! Click on the name of the club to see contact information, meeting times and a short description.

Updated 1/12/2021

Social Service Mental Health Club

Meetings: Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. over Zoom

Club Contact: Brittney Anderson –

In the Social Service Mental Health Club, we desire to work as a team to improve our community and way of life with an emphasis on social services and wellness. We intend to organize and facilitate opportunities for students to participate in community development. Our club will give students an opportunity to network and discuss the social service mental health field.

Wadaiko Club

Meetings: TBD

Club Contact:

Through playing Taiko, talking together and sharing member’s own cultures; we exchange various cultures and study our own.