Student Clubs & Organizations

Getting involved with co-curricular activities is one of the best ways to round out your college experience. It’s also an ideal way to get to know your peers, your campus and the surrounding city.

There are more than 100 clubs and organizations (590K PDF) right here on campus, so it’s easy to get connected to all kinds of club-sponsored events like

  • socials
  • community engagement
  • road trips
  • lectures
  • film screenings

The Involvement Network

The Involvement Network is the  link between students and student organizations on campus. This network allows you to view all the clubs & organizations along with their mission statements and previous club activity. Each club has its own profile page where you can post as well as see who else is a member. Join the group of your choice to get regular updates about club activities.

The Involvement Network can be accessed by going to jwuLink and clicking on the Involvement Network tab on the left side of the main page.

If you’re interested in forming a new group, contact Elizabeth Zmarlicki, assistant director of Student Involvement & Leadership for Clubs & Organizations, at 401-598-2086. You can also stop by her office on the 2nd floor of the Citizens Bank Center for Student Involvement (CBCSI).

Policies & Procedures

The Clubs & Organizations Handbook (590K PDF) covers the policies and procedures related to running a club, including how to get started, club responsibilities and event policies.