Campus Clubs Provide opportunities for students, faculty, and staff with similar interests to connect. There are many clubs you can get involved in at Walla Walla University to help you discover new interests, meet new people, and enhance your educational experience.
This club directory contains a listing of all active clubs on campus with contact information available on each club when you click the club's name. For additional information about clubs on campus visit our Campus Clubs page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aleph Gimel Ain, AGA, was founded in 1928 as the women's residence hall club for Foreman and Conard halls. Over the years, AGA has grown to become a well-known organization among WWU alumni. All women’s residence hall students pay dues and belong to AGA.
AGA is an active organization offering activities such as the Mudbowl, Breast Cancer 5K for breast cancer awareness, AGA Mother's Day weekend; and in house activities such as open house, food feeds, and weekly worships.
President: Kaye Reyes (email@example.com)
Amnesty International is a global organization dedicated to protecting the human rights of people of all races, genders, sexualities, religions, and nationalities. Amnesty focuses specifically on aiding individuals or groups whose human rights are threatened. The WWU chapter of Amnesty International works to raise awareness and support for human rights issues across campus and in the community.
The purpose of the Anime club is to provide a fun opportunity for students to broaden their knowledge of Japanese culture and to interact with other students who have a shared interest in anime. The Anime Club provides a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere where like-minded individuals may come to enjoy, discuss, and socialize. Anime Club also aims to keep members informed on and actively involved in new developments in Japanese animation and culture.
President: Andrew Eoff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The purpose of the Asian and Pacific Islander club isn’t all about fortune cookies and soy sauce, but about something meaningful. We strive for excellence for the Walla Walla University students and faculty. By doing that, we provide fun filled events to entertain students and help them make friendships, experiences, and memories that can last them a lifetime.
Sponsor: Jerry Hartman (email@example.com)
President: Siena Mirasol (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ASCE is an opportunity to connect with other students through events like service day, camping, and local tours. We also offer opportunities to connect with the national ASCE chapter which offers scholarships and perks for student members.
Sponsor: Bryce Cole (email@example.com)
President: Andrew Eoff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ASME is the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. We provide fun engineering activities as well as other social events, giveaways, discounts and more to get people involved in a fun and creative environment. Our goal is to connect the science and the social aspects, making the club informative and fun on a scientific level by staying connected to the national ASME group, while making it enjoyable and a social event that people will want to be apart of.
President: Robert Ingham (email@example.com)
The purpose of the Aviation Club is to instill a greater sense of comradery within the Aviation students as well as to aid in recruitment to the aviation program. It also shall serve as a venue for students interested in aviation but not wanting to pursue curricula in the subject.
Sponsors: Philip Glendrange, Sylvia Stinson
President: Lydia Krueger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Auto Club allows students at WWU who enjoy cars, trucks, and motorcycles to meet and enjoy activities together based around their love of vehicles.
President: Cassi Palmer (email@example.com)
Biology Club is a social organization for biologists and others who love living things to enjoy time together in nature and with biology faculty.
Sponsors: David Cowles, Kirt Onthank (winter), & Cecilia Brothers (spring)
Presidents: Noah Cline (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The BSCF Club is a social club open to all students that focuses on fellowship, entertainment, and getting involved. The club was originally founded upon a love and appreciation for African- American culture, and has diversified to represent and share in cultural activities and foods from around the world!
Lead by a dedicated and hardworking team of individuals, the club has thrived throughout the years! With its many events such as BBQ's, Christmas parties, picnics, and more, the BSCF club is ideal for students who love to have fun and try new things, and even for those who normally have a hard time socializing with others.
Sponsor: Pedrito Maynard-Reid (email@example.com)
Business Club is for all students, not just business majors. We understand that college is stressful, so we plan at least one fun event per week to help you de-stress and socialize without having to do anything more than show up! Events include: bowling parties, exclusive movie premiers, burrito lunches, coffee and doughnuts, skating nights, and more.
Sponsor: Johanna Attoh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Evan Smith (email@example.com)
For more than six decades, Cabmen Club has given women engineers a unique place and voice within the engineering industry. The official Cabmen Club mission is to stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, to expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and to demonstrate the value of diversity. While most Cabmen Club members are women engineers or engineering students located in the United States and Puerto Rico, anyone who supports the organization's objectives may apply for membership.
Sponsor: Tim Tiffin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Kim Owen (email@example.com)
Chemistry Club is guaranteed to increase the chemistry between you and others! By offering 4-5 fun-filled social events per quarter, you're guaranteed quality time and tasty munchies with all your buds. You'll also receive a much sought-after Chem Club T-Shirt and Water Bottle that will blow your metaphorical socks off! Join Chemistry Club today!
Sponsor: Kyle Craig (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Carina Handysides (email@example.com)
The purpose of the climbing wall club is to bring climbers of all abilities together and to foster a culture of learning and fun while doing so. Your club dues go towards funding exclusive member-only climbing wall hours on weekends, free admission/discounts to climbing and outdoor films, reduced fees for ASWWU Outdoors trips, club swag, and/or more! Please don't hesitate to ask current club officers for more details or stop by the WWU Climbing Wall located in the WEC next to the ping-pong tables. As always, stay strong and CLIMB ON!
Sponsor: Corry Current (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Josh Silver (email@example.com)
We are proud to introduce WWU’s first Communication and Languages Club! Our department is made up of so many different kinds of people with innumerable different interests and talents, and the CommLang Club is an opportunity to bring us all together for fun events and distractions from the stress of earning your degree!
President: Makena Horton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Drama Club exists to provide you both on- and off-campus theatre opportunities throughout the year. Your membership supplies you with free tickets to all wwudrama productions and a free ticket to a show in the community each quarter. You will also enjoy access to all of our fun events, including Pizza and Musical Movie Night, special performances, and workshops brought to our campus.
President: Madison Turner (email@example.com)
The purpose of the Education Club is to promote the professional, social, spiritual and academic interests of the club members. An additional purpose will be to share the benefits, challenges, opportunities and vision for service and leadership in education with other groups on the WWU campus and the surrounding community.
Sponsor: Brian Hartman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Megan Kivett (email@example.com)
Engineers Without Borders (EWB) partners with communities in developing countries to address their self-identified needs. Over the past six years, we have collaborated to build two schools in Honduras and to bring clean water to two communities in the Andes Mountains of Peru. Students from all majors are encouraged to join our club as we bring electricity to the community of Japura, Peru.
President: Jonathan Muriu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The club plans to offer the WWU Campus; a sanctuary for fellow Native American students, a support system on campus, educational and academic goal planning and advising, participation in fund raisers and club events ie., Native Root Bake and Powwow Fund Raisers.
Sponsor: Pedrito Maynard-Reid (email@example.com)
President: Seth Cantu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Fitness Factory, located in Sittner Hall is a fitness center exclusively for Fitness Factory Club members. Students must be residents of Sittner or Meske Halls to be eligible for membership. The Fitness Factory is a place for male residence hall students to go workout, hot tub, and enjoy a sauna. The biggest benefit is the Fitness Factory is NOT crowded, making it a good environment to workout in. Also there are staff members to help out the members on a workout plan/and or to assist in lifting.
Sponsor: Scott Rae (email@example.com)
President: Tyler Couch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The purpose of the French Club is to provide a French-style socio-cultural environment to our French students. In other words, we want our students to maintain the French connection in terms of linguistics and culture while they are back in their disruptive native culture. The French Club is also a venue that provides an exposure to the French Language and Culture for other "non-French students".
Sponsor: Jean-Paul Grimaud (email@example.com)
The purpose of the His Kids in Action Club is to provide children from the north side of Walla Walla with some activities that will encourage them toward making positive life choices. Every Sabbath afternoon, WWU students lead out in games, singing, Bible stories, and crafts, providing mentoring and friendship for the children.
President: Edson Carbajal (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sponsor: Dalene Johnson (email@example.com)
As a part of the History Club, you will be invited to take part in many activities this year, including movie nights, the burning of Guy Fawkes, and a Luau! You will also be encouraged to participate in service to the community (ie. WWU’s service day at Fort Walla Walla) and other community-building events. We’re looking forward to a fun, eventful year!
Sponsor: Terrie Aamodt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers student branch. IEEE is for anyone who is interested in things with circuits and their friends. List of events: LAN parties, Pancake Feasts, Electrical Builds, etc.
Sponsor: Douglas Logan (email@example.com)
President: Gregory Birge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The LatinX Club promotes interests related to diverse Hispanic Cultures in Latin America, provides opportunities to experience different cultures by music, food, and fellowship related events for its members, and promotes goodwill within the Walla Walla and College Place community.
President: Katie Cordero (email@example.com)
The Missions Club strives to unite the student missionaries of Walla Walla University. Through fun activities, good food, and moments to share great stories, this club serves to connect and support our current missionaries, returned missionaries, and future missionaries. If you are part of our student missions family, this club is for you! We are also excited to welcome future student missionaries: please contact the student missions office to explore your missions opportunities and join this club.
Sponsor: Brittni Bryan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Rachel Barlow (email@example.com)
Our team works for your musical enjoyment. Join the club for:
- $5 Walla Walla Symphony tickets
- unique opportunities to see amazing shows like Wicked and Les Miserables for discounted prices
- regular events at Blue Palm, Colville Street Patisserie, Taco Bell, etc.
- free Starbucks coffee
- gift bags for Christmas, Valentine's Day, etc. with a "mix tape" and some treats
- free movie showings
- delicious dinners & themed parties
and many other wonderful things!
President: Gina Lincoln (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The nursing club provides members with opportunities to associate and establish bonds with other nursing majors but is open to students of all majors. We are committed to bringing fun and entertainment as well as opportunity to make connections with fellow students.
Sponsor: Kari Firestone (email@example.com)
Presidents: Leilani Alfaro (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Omicron Pi Sigma is the official club for residents of Sittner and Meske halls. OPS, which means "loyal fellow workman," is responsible for events throughout the school year, including the Mudbowl, Amateur Hour, and worships in Sittner Hall's lobby every Monday at 9:30 p.m.
The purpose of OPS is to provide a safe place for study, spiritual growth, work, and recreation. Commitment to being respectful, responsible, and accountable enables members to embrace the motto: “How good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell together in unity.” - Psalms 133:1
Sponsor: Jon Nickell (email@example.com)
President: Hayden Sherrill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sponsored by the Walla Walla University English department, Pegasus club seeks to unite all those who long to soar on the wings of creativity and freedom, especially students and faculty who share a love of literature and the arts.
Sponsor: Susan Gardner (email@example.com)
President: Nicolette Horning (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Pre-Law Club aims to give students looking to pursue legal careers the opportunity to get together and share their career aspirations. It holds various events throughout the quarter centered around an appreciation for law, as well as a lecture from time to time from a successful professional in the field. This club is perfect to show support and be supported on its member's road to law school or whatever legal endeavors students of this club intend to pursue.
Sponsor: Shirley Anderson (email@example.com)
The purpose of the Club is to bring the veterinary students of Walla Walla University together so that they can learn and grow as a community with the same goal in mind. The club is to provide support and nurture for the bet students as well as other members that are not part of the pre-vet degree, but have an interest in animals. We want to foster a growth in the love of animals and the outdoors. Becoming apart of this club will also create a great resume opportunity for the pre-veterinary students when they apply to vet school.
Sponsor: Jim Nestler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Barbara Kiers (email@example.com)
A club for students interested in Psychology as a major or minor, or just students who are interested in the field of Psychology. The club typically has one big group event per term (Christmas party, Spring Picnic, etc.) and several small events such as movie or game nights, free coffee at the Atlas, or service events.
Sponsor: Peter Gleason (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Andre Gonzalez (email@example.com)
WWU Robotics club gives students the opportunity to exercise creativity through electronics, mechanics, software, and design. Members meet weekly and love seeing projects progress quickly through the power of teamwork and innovation. This year, the main projects are (1) an autonomous quadcopter and (2) a turret that responds to and aims at moving targets. WWU Robotics club is a great way to exercise intelligence, learn new skills, create amazing technology, and build lasting friendships (and it looks great on resumes!).
Sponsor: Tom Ekkens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Caleb Jurgensen (email@example.com)
The Savings & Investment Club's goal is to fill in the gap between what is learned in the classroom and what is encountered in real life. This club is designed to be practical for all majors. Examples of practical lessons include how to do your own taxes, what it's like to run a small business, and learn about cryptocurrency.
Sponsor: Bruce Toews (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Brandon Graham (email@example.com)
The purpose of the Social Work Club is to come together as a club and enjoy some fun activities while giving back to the community. We will be working to sponsor a local social service organization through volunteer activities and finding different ways to raise money and help out with this organization . Along with this the club will put on a number of fun group events and opportunities for members to get free coffee, food, frozen yogurt, etc.
Sponsor: Cheris Current, Deisy Haid, Emily Tillotson & Susan Smith
President: Gerald Margil (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Society for Biological Engineering Club promotes the interests of not only bioengineers but anyone who has an interest in science, pre-med, medicine, biomedical engineering, and biochemistry. The SBE Club is a partnership with an SBE student chapter which provides both biochemists and bioengineers with the ability to be a part of a larger community and to benefit from collaborations with professors and students who are a part of the SBE community.
Sponsor: Janice McKenzie (email@example.com)
President: Abbie Underhill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The purpose of the Table Top Club is to give students a place to play board games with other students. The Table Top Club hopes to foster an attitude of friendly competition among club members and practice skills such as cooperation, negotiation, and good sportsmanship.
President: Coral Cash (email@example.com)
The purpose of Theology Club is to provide social activities that allow its members to associate together, become better acquainted with the School of Theology faculty, and to foster a closer relationship with God. Although the club is composed primarily of Theology and Religion majors, it also includes people of different majors who share a similar interest in spiritual fellowship.
President: John Aitken (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Welcome to Village Club! Exclusively for undergraduate students who live in campus-owned or off-campus housing and are enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits. We'll be having many events throughout the year that will help us all stay connected (and fed).
Sponsor: Dorene Hackett (email@example.com)
President: Kristen Wagner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Visual Communication Club is a mash up of design and communication. Our events and motives are all centered around art and visual communication. This year we plan on having lots of fun with a creative mixture of art, design, and communication. Some of our event include: photo shoots, art galleries, plays, and sketch night.
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Sponsor: George Perez (email@example.com)
President: Corbin Edelbach (firstname.lastname@example.org)