Some of the most valuable lessons happen outside of the classroom. Getting involved on campus will help you build the skills employers want—teamwork, communication, and leadership. They are also a great way to network and meet other students with similar interests.
Join a club related to your program, get involved with a campus-wide organization, or join the student government and influence decisions on campus. Whatever your goals, getting involved on campus will help you achieve them.
Campus-wide organizations and clubs at Western give you the opportunity to build leadership and professional skills while socializing and meeting other students on campus.
Campus-wide clubs include
- Fine Arts Club
- Multicultural Club
- Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society
- Philosophy Club
- Students for Concealed Carry
- Western Asian Club
There are also program-specific clubs to help you explore and expand your education outside of the classroom. From the Criminal Justice Club or Electronics Club, to the Student Nurses Association or EMS Club, there are many ways for you to get involved in your program.
For more information, visit Student Clubs and Organizations.