Part of the college experience includes getting involved in campus clubs and organizations. Whether your student enjoys being active in the community, using their athletic talents, exploring professional opportunities or simply making new friends, they will be sure to find a club or organization at Indiana Wesleyan University that suits them. Below is a list of several organizations that may pique your student’s interest!
If your student is a sports fan, then the The Catalyst may be right for them. Members of the club attend athletic events on campus to support their classmates on the field. Additionally, the club spends time advocating for the student section, the pep band and the cheer team.
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Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
The ACM seeks to be an outlet for students who are interested in learning more about computing machinery and the components involved with it, such as construction and design. Members of the ACM are encouraged to foster interest for computing in others and attend events that are held for members to be put in contact with one another.
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Association of International Relations (AIR)
The AIR is a dedicated group of students who seek to educate themselves and others about life in other countries and the events happening to people throughout the world. This education about other people and their cultures is meant to serve as a tool for learning to love others like Christ by first understanding them. The AIR includes Model United Nations, Global Citizenship and the Missing Peace event series.
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Would your student feel at home with a women’s group? If so, Delight will provide a safe space for your daughter to pursue her faith alongside her female classmates at IWU. Members of Delight seek to ask questions and answer them together. Additionally, members are provided with opportunities to serve on and off campus each semester as they grow in relationship with one another.
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Doulos is IWU’s social justice club. Doulos serves as a great opportunity for IWU students to serve all kinds of people while finding an outlet for learning to create social change. They seek to raise funds and awareness to affect social issues around the world, such as human trafficking. Last year, Doulos raised over $1,000 for ‘Justice for Children.’
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Was your student involved in FCA as a high school student? Your student’s involvement with FCA can continue at IWU as they build relationships with their fellow athletes and coaches outside of practice. FCA also acts as a place for your student to continue growing in faith with their friends.
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God on the Green
God on the Green is a worship opportunity for your student to consider attending with their friends. Students gather for this informal worship service as they seek God together.
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International Student Association (ISA)
The ISA at IWU is a community designed for international students to gather and share their intercultural experiences with one another as they build friendships and community. Students in the ISA find a place where they can experience community while being mentored and advocated for during their time at IWU.
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IWU Community Folk Dance (ICFD)
The ICFD hosts events for members to learn and teach traditional English and Scottish dances. Non-members are also welcome to attend events and explore this unique form of communal worship.
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IWU Community of Accountants (IWUCA)
The IWUCA seeks to provide an environment for accounting and finance students succeed in their learning outside the classroom. Students from other disciplines are welcome to join this learning-focused community and learn more accounting and finance.
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IWU Dance Marathon (IWUDM)
The IWU Dance Marathon events serve as an opportunity for students to have fun while raising money for Riley Children’s Hospital with the mission of changing the lives of the children and their families. Members of the IWUDM also have the opportunity to represent the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital’s Dance Marathon (CMNH) as they raise funds for the organization.
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Mathematical Academia Consortium (MAC)
Does your student enjoy math? The MAC welcomes all IWU students to communally express their love of math and learning during events such as the monthly Pizza and Problems Night.
Nurses Christian Fellowship (NCF)
Is your student at IWU for our nursing program? If so, the NCF could serve as a great opportunity for your student to meet other nursing students and build a community that seeks to pray and learn about what it means to serve as a nurse from a Christian perspective.
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Political Engagement Club (PEC)
The PEC is a non-partisan organization that provides a safe space for your student to learn more about politics and express their views. Students can also join the PEC as a way of learning more about ways they can take political action themselves.
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Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
PRSSA welcomes students from all disciplines who intend to work in public relations or marketing. PRSSA seeks to assist students in their professional development as they pursue their education and begin establishing networks.
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Reclaiming Eros is an on-campus ministry with the mission to help all students learn what it means to love others the way God commands his children to. Reclaiming Eros seeks to educate students on the harmful effects of pornography in society. Students involved with Reclaiming Eros will be empowered to overcome sexual temptations as a community of believers who want to grow in relationship with Christ and one another. The organization also provides students with opportunities to join accountability groups where they can work together to achieve this purpose.
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Does your student enjoy learning about the sciences? Science Club will be a great opportunity for your student participate in scientific experiments and experience what God’s creation can do. All Science Club events are meant to serve as a way for students to relieve stress and just have fun learning—no tests or quizzes involved!
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Social Work Club
Does your student have an interest in the helping professions? If so, the Social Work Club will provide your student with an opportunity to explore this interest and learn more about jobs for social workers and the important issues social workers strive to change. Members of the Social Work Club will also have multiple chances to participate in service opportunities and build community with each other and those around them, both on and off campus.
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If your student enjoys exercise, then the Spikeball team will provide them with a great opportunity to make friends and continue actively developing their athletic and teamwork skills. Your student can also invite friends to jump into games with them.
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Another great opportunity for exercise is the IWU Ultimate Frisbee Team. While building community with teammates, your student will be able to travel the country and compete in tournaments (potentially even the national championship for ultimate Frisbee!). As a team, your student and theirs friends will be able grow athletically and spiritually with one another during and after practices and games.
Would your student be interested in any of these organizations? Pass this list along and encourage your student to attend some events!
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