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Clubs and Organizations

What sounds interesting to you? We offer everything from the Film Club and a Mariachi Band to the Rock Climbing Club and Warrior Investment Club. Whether you want to enjoy the great outdoors, volunteer with your friends, or hone your skills, there’s a way for you to pursue your passion at WLC.

  • Active Student Clubs and Organizations

    Students, for current club contact information, log-in to myWLC and click on Campus Life, where you'll find a link for Clubs and Organizations. You also may email Barb Westness with questions.

    A Little More Faith - exists to profess our faith through service both in our community and on campus; members strive to bring everyone together to bond and sing praises to our Lord.

    Ambassador Club - strives to provide the best possible experience for our visitors by accurately and positively representing our school.

    American Choral Directors Association - promotes singing on campus and in the community; anyone who loves singing is welcome to join.

    American Society of Microbiology - provides students with a community of scientific achievement to help them excel at WLC and afterward.

    Art Club - promotes Christian leadership through activities in the Fine Arts; open to all WLC students.

    Center for Urban Teaching - identifies, prepares, and supports high preforming urban teaching.

    Chinese Club - gives members the chance to experience aspects of the Chinese culture.

    Classical Music Club - attends professional and collegiate musical performances; promotes appreciation for classical music through campus events.

    Commuter Coalition - offers activities and support for commuting students.

    College Republicans - dedicated to spreading the GOP message to individuals on college campuses.

    Computer Club - learns about computers, technology, and making it accessible to a wide audience.

    Creative Writing Club - inspires students who use the medium of creative writing by exposing them to like-minded individuals and opportunities that can support and aid their craft.

    Culinary Club - teaches students the art of cooking and baking both for stress management as well as for the practical skills they'll learn.

    Disc Golf Club

    Enactus - chapter of an international organization of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.

    Film Club - watches movies, discusses movies. and makes movies.

    Future Teacher's Education Association - FTEA is a local chapter of NEA that is designed to provide networking opportunities, support education students, and guide students through the education program at WLC.

    German Club (Spas'ah mit Deutsch) - provides opportunities for students at any level to increase their German-speaking abilities, as well as offering opportunities for fun cultural activities.

    Guitar Club


    Human Social Services Club - exists to better the community through volunteer work and to promote service among students.

    iGem - student research team that competes in a biotechnology completion; exists to provide excellent collaborative leadership experience in an international setting.

    Improv Troupe

    International Diversity Club - comprised mainly of international students, but all students are welcome; activities include cooking, movie nights, games, and trips to restaurants.

    Investment Club

    Knitting Club

    Laser Tag Club - gets WLC students involved in laser tag along with other club activities such as Phat Tuesday and community service projects.

    Mariachi Band -  students can gather as vocalists and instrumentalists to play and explore a genre of Latino music; a fun escape where we can learn and appreciate cultural music.

    Math Club

    Minor Adjustments - a female a cappella group that preforms on and off campus.

    New Friends - students have an opportunity to interact with mentally challenged and disabled people; meets the second Thursday of each month, during which time they play games, eat dinner, and have devotions with clients.

    Outdoor Recreation Club - provides opportunities for relaxation, adventure, service, and a whole lot of fun in the great outdoors.

    Performing Arts Club - attends performances; no acting required.

    Pro-Life Warriors - strives to create advocates in the WLC community to promote life and raise awareness of the atrocity of abortion.

    Psychology Club - promotes, integrates, and models the science of psychology in light of God’s inerrant word.

    Rhapsody 'n Motion - show choir that gives opportunities to those who want to perform a combination of song and dance; takes pride in everything we do, to the Glory of God.

    Rock Climbing Club

    Sisters in Service - a group of females who join together for support, guidance, and spiritual growth in a social, relaxed way.

    SOURCE (Student Organization for Undergraduate Research and Career Enhancement) - where students can meet to discuss and learn about research and ways to prepare for future career opportunities.

    Spanish Club - plans events that promote speaking in Spanish and Latin American events.

    Standard Operating Procedure - a male a cappella group that focuses on modern pop.

    Student History Association

    Student Nursing Association

    Students of Actively Moving Forward - provides WLC with a peer-led support group for students experiencing the loss or illness of a family member.

    Tabletop Board Game Club - meets every other week to play board games and relax.

    Tae Kwon Do Club - provides an opportunity for students to learn Tae Kwon Do for purposes of self-defense, exercise, and enjoyment.

    The Pen

    The SWORD - student newspaper that serves as the voice of WLC students; provides news via a printed newspaper, website, and social media.

    Ultimate Frisbee Organization - UFO provides all WLC students with the opportunity to play Ultimate Frisbee in a relaxed and friendly environment.

    Veterans Organization

    Young Women’s Science Program