Student Clubs & Organizations
Students, for current club contact information, log-in to myWLC and click on Campus Life. On the left you'll find a link for Clubs and Organizations. You also may contact Barb Wellnitz with questions.
The Ad Club allows students to research and design ad campaigns for the college and area churches.
Ambassadors serve as a public relations arm of the Admissions Office. Ambassadors provide campus tours, visit, and event assistance to the Admissions Office. The Ambassador Club is a volunteer organization. However, a student must apply, interview, and maintain membership within the organization via a participation system. Application opportunities are available in both the fall and spring semesters.
Founded in 1959, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is a nonprofit music-education organization whose central purpose is to promote excellence in choral music through performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching. In addition, ACDA strives through arts advocacy to elevate choral music's position in American society.
The Art Club is dedicated to the promotion of art on campus and the surrounding community. This club offers students opportunities for involvement in area art events.
The student-led Band of Warriors, which appears at select football and basketball games as the pep band, is open to all Wisconsin Lutheran College instrumentalists. You never knew band could be this fun!
Business Club exists to further prepare our minds for service to the Lord by augmenting our classroom experience through practical applications.
The Chamber Choir is a select group of 24. Members of the Chamber Choir must also be enrolled in the Wisconsin Lutheran Choir. The choir meets three hours a week. Membership is by audition only.
The Chess Club allows students at Wisconsin Lutheran to enjoy and improve at chess; another purpose is to grow and possibly become the College chess team.
Club Med allows students who are interested in a career in medicine to participate in volunteer opportunities and trips, as well as receive advice for acquiring admission into medical school.
CMENC is dedicated to the advancement of music education and growth for its members. CMENC enables students to gain an understanding of the role of music in life.
College Republicans shall advocate disseminate conservative scholarship and intellectual discourse, promoting the principles of the Republican Party among the students of Wisconsin Lutheran College and throughout local, state, and national politics.
The Commuter Confederation is a representative group of commuting students who voice the opinions of the commuting students at WLC. The Commuter Confederation is headed by the Commuter representative to the Student Senate who selects the remaining members of the Confederation subject to ratification by the Senate.
The purpose of this organization are tri-fold and include: enhance awareness of Wisconsin Lutheran College's growing religious diversity within its student body; increase individual awareness through discussing and challenging worldviews on the basis of Christian principles, using the Holy Scriptures as the source of Truth; and bring awareness of opportunities for community service available to the student population through Vision of Hope.
This club exposes students to different backgrounds and cultures through discussions, campus activities, and volunteer opportunities.
This student Wisconsin Education Association affiliate was formed in spring 1993. Designed to encourage professional networking and growth at the pre-service level, this prospective teacher group meets monthly and attends state conferences annually. Visit their website for more information.
H.A.N.D.S. is dedicated to the spiritual healing of alcohol and drug abuse. H.A.N.D.S. organizes activities and promotes the belief that you can have fun without alcohol.
This organization hopes to further the interest and participation in martial arts, sports and recreational self-defense.
The student chapter of the Mathematical Association of America provides information about mathematical careers, graduate school, and offers social activities with other people interested in math.
New Friends is a group that encourages being a friend to the developmentally disabled by using on and off campus events for modeling a "servant's" attitude.
Provides Wisconsin Lutheran College students with opportunities to appreciate and enjoy God's creation in the outdoor setting through a variety of activities.
The purpose of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology, is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship and advance the science of psychology. Membership is open to men and women who are making the study of psychology one of their major interests and who meet certain academic qualifications.
The Psychology Club is an organization designed to promote, integrate, and model the science and practice of psychology in light of God's inerrant Word.
The Resident Activities Committee plans and organizes events for resident students which promote: spiritual community, campus safety and awareness; leadership training; study skills and time management, relationship and conflict resolution; and wellness and a balanced lifestyle.
The Resident Council assists the college in establishing and regulating conditions of residence life. The Council consist of resident assistants and student representatives from each residence hall floor. The Resident Council president represents the Council in the Student Senate.
The intent of the Science Club is to develop a community among those interested in science, serve as a forum for students to share their research results, become further educated in all areas of science, and share appreciation and knowledge of science with the general community. Membership is open to all members of the college community.
A variety of opportunities exist in which Christian men and women can share their faith with others. A program conducted at the Child and Adolescent Treatment Center (CATC) on the Milwaukee County Medical Complex grounds provides opportunities for WLC students to minister to institutionalized teenagers. Similar programs at area facilities provide opportunities for students to conduct Bible studies and personal counseling for delinquent youth.
The Student Activities Committee plans and organizes student activities for the entire student body. The committee is chaired by the Activities Representative. Every year the committee organizes four to six large-scale events and many smaller activities.
The primary purpose of S.A.A.C. is to give all athletics at Wisconsin Lutheran a voice in the organization of athletics. S.A.A.C. along with athletics must support the college and be representatives.
SHA exists to further the discipline of history as a study of the hand of God working for the good of his believers.
The Student Senate sponsors, regulates, and administers student activities on campus and represents student viewpoints to the college administration. The student body elects Student Senate members once a year at the end of the spring semester. Student activity fees are allocated by the Student Senate to student organizations, clubs, and events. Students not elected to office can still participate in student government by joining one of the standing or ad hoc committees chaired by the members of Student Senate.
The Student Union Board is responsible for managing the Student Union. It is headed by the Student Union representative to the Student Senate who selects the remaining members of the Board subject to ratification by the Senate.
Swim Club's purposes are to maintain personal fitness through aquatic exercise and to promote Christian fellowship.
Students may gain journalistic experience by contributing to the publication of The Sword, the campus newspaper. Writing, editing, layout, and design opportunities are open to students. Skills in leadership and management can be developed through experience in one of the editorship positions.
Opportunities in theatre are open to all WLC students. The college theatre department produces several shows each year which range from comedy and children's theatre to serious drama. Student scan gain experience in acting and directing as well as staging, costuming, lighting, and other forms of technical assistance. Three major productions are performed yearly in the Raabe Theatre, a thrust stage theatre which seats 200. Student directed performance as well as occasional one-acts are performed in the Black Box Studio Theatre.
A hands-on program coordinated by the campus pastor's office involving WLC students giving assistance to new missions through phone calling, door-to-door canvassing, and follow-up visits. TCW offers opportunities for participants to grow in Christian leadership. Evangelism trips generally occur over the winter and spring breaks. Application is made through the campus pastor's office.
UFO provides a friendly and fun environment for those who wish to play Frisbee with the opportunity to meet new people. Membership is open to anyone.
Vision of Hope is a volunteer corps that exists to serve neighbors in the Greater Milwaukee community in the spirit of Christian love. The group's primary aim is to provide assistance to the secular community with different short-term service projects. Divisions of Vision of Hope include: Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Wandani, WLIM.
The Worship and Spiritual Life Committee assists the campus pastor in planning for chapel services, as well as other campus-wide programs and volunteer programs which enable students to express Christian values.