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Art

Art Club
The Art Club is an open forum for dialogue between faculty and students on matters relating to the visual arts. It is an organization that provides students the opportunity to make cultural contributions on the college and community levels.

National Art Education Association (NAEA)
The purpose of this organization is for the art education student to gain greater insight and perspective about the teaching of art and contemporary concepts in art education

Business

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
ACM is an international scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology. With a world-wide membership, ACM is a leading resource for computing professionals and students working in the various fields of Information Technology, and for interpreting the impact of information technology on society.

Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi  is a professional coed business fraternity that brings students of business closer to the commercial world. It also provides social grace, poise and confidence necessary for success in the business world. The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi provides a Scholarship Key to be awarded to the highest ranking business graduate each year.

Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda is a professional business organization in conjunction with its high school affiliate, Future Business Leaders of America. It promotes service, education, and leadership in a business atmosphere. State and national competitions and conferences held in the fall, spring, and summer.

Pi Omega Pi
Pi Omega Pi is a business education honorary designed to reward and encourage academic achievement, as well as to provide educational, professional, and social activities appropriate for business teachers. This group sponsors and hosts the annual Business Competition Day event on the Wayne State campus.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Undergraduate professional student organization in human resources, designed to foster professional growth through activities, speakers, tours, and other Human Resources related projects.

Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
The main goal of the organization is for participants to develop leadership, teamwork and communication skills through learning, practicing and teaching the principles of free enterprise. Past projects have included making presentations in area schools, running businesses on campus and traveling to leadership conferences and regional competitions.

Upsilon Pi Epsilon
The promotion of high scholarship and original investigation in the various fields of the computing and information disciplines.

Campus Programming

Student Activities Board (SAB)
Student Activities Board consists of students who plan and administer activities and events beyond the classroom. The Student Activities Board provides student leadership opportunities, a creative outlook and friendship. SAB is always looking for new student to join in the Fun for Free!

Student Senate
The Student Senate serves as the governing body for students. The Student Senate provides supervision of the student activities, a forum for the expression of student rights, student culture and social welfare improvements, and recognition of the rights and responsibilities of students to the college and community.

Communication & English

Lambda Pi Eta
The purpose of Lambda Pi Eta shall be: (a) to recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in communications studies; (b) to stimulate interest in the field of communication; (c) to promote and encourage professional development among communication majors; (d) to provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of communication; (e) to establish and maintain closer relationships and mutual understanding between speech communication studies, faculty and students; and (f) to explore options for graduate education in communication studies.

Media Club
Open to anyone who is interested in media, or creating it. Range from commercials, promos, shows, etc. Expand Channel 6 to more than just a slide show and the radio station more out-going. Getting KWSC-TV and KWSC-FM more known.

Sigma Tau Delta
Sigma Tau Delta is an organization honoring English majors who show academic success. It is a chapter of a nationwide organization.

W.R.I.T.E.S. (Writing Resources for Imaginative and Talented Enrolled Students)
The WRITES club is an organization dedicated to the inspiration and creation of writing, including poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, and utilizes a rotating series of writing meetings, critique and discussion meetings, and writing activities meetings. It is dedicated to the defeat of writer's block and promotion of the language arts.

Education & Counseling

Active Minds
Student leadership organization working to raise mental health awareness, raise funds for critical mental health education and resources, promote positive mental health and educate peers about the signs and symptoms of mental health disorders and encourage students to reach out for help when needed.

Counseling Organization
Meet twice a month, organize community activities, and promote awareness within the counseling professions.

Early Childhood Association (ECA)
The purpose is to form a support and service organization with an emphasis in the early childhood field. Members will become familiar with early childhood settings and support area early childhood facilities and community programs.

Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta Pi is an International Honor Society dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education. The Society is pledged to worthy ideals; recognizes scholarship and excellence in education; promotes the development and dissemination of worthy educational ideas and practices; enhances continuous growth and leadership of its diverse membership; fosters inquiry and reflection on significant educational issues; and maintains a high degree of professional fellowship.

Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)
This student organization positively promotes and advances the education and well-being of exceptional learners from preschool age through adulthood. SCEC provides professional service to all Teacher Education majors through advocacy, awareness, knowledge and professional training in a multicultural manner in responding to the educational needs of all exceptional learners. SCEC is a professional organization for the special education.

Wayne Student Education Association of Nebraska (WSEAN)
The purpose of WSEAN is to provide opportunities for students to work together as professional educators for the benefit of themselves, the education profession and the welfare of all people.

Family & Consumer Sciences

American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
ASID is a professional organization designed to encourage excellence in the practice of interior design, assist its members to professionally serve the public, demonstrate the value of the profession and work for a favorable environment for the practice of interior design.

Association of Family and Consumer Science Professionals (AFCSP)
The organization provides opportunities for networking with students and professionals in Family and Consumer Sciences. The focus of activities includes exposure to new trends, social interaction with others in the diverse areas of family and consumer sciences, and opportunities for professional development.

Early Childhood Association (ECA)
The purpose is to form a support and service organization with an emphasis in the early childhood field. Members will become familiar with early childhood settings and support area early childhood facilities and community programs.

Vogue-Fashion Association
The purpose of Vogue-Fashion Association is to provide opportunities for networking with students and professionals that have an interest in fashion. The focus of activities includes exposure to new trends, social interaction with others in the fashion world, and on the professional development and transition from college to career.

Foreign Language & Culture

Eastern Culture Connection
The purpose of the Eastern Culture Connection is to share the Eastern culture with Wayne State College.

French Club
Use club money for excursions, French films, and fund other French Club activities. The French Club helps organize a Christmas party, Modern Language Day, and the French Mardi Gras.

German Club
Make use of field trips, social gatherings, and films to deepen awareness of the German language and culture. The club joins other language clubs for special events such as Foreign Language Christmas party. Fund-raisers are held as needed to finance activities.

Sigma Delta Pi
The purposes of this society are: (1) to honor those who attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and in the study of the literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking peoples; (2) to honor those who have made the Hispanic contributions to modern culture better known in the English-speaking world; (3) to encourage college and university students to acquire a greater interest in and a deeper understanding of Hispanic culture; (4) to foster friendly relations and mutual respect between the nations of Hispanic speech and those of English speech; and (5) to serve its membership in ways that will contribute to the attainment of the goals and ideals of the society.

Spanish Club
The Spanish Club is involved in many activities, including the annual picnic, field trips, films, International Christmas Dinner, Foreign Language Day and other cultural events such as: Lavervena, martes de pelicula, dia de los muertos. The club also is involved in one or two fund-raising events.

Greek Organizations

GAMMA (Greeks Advocating Mature Management of Alcohol)
The purpose of GAMMA is to bring together social, honorary, and academic Greek organizations to support “system-wide” programs and solutions to ongoing issues. Group issues may include, but not limited to alcohol awareness, peer education, safe sex, self-esteem and generally acceptable choices in sexual, social and academic contexts. This organization will not discriminate on the basis of race, physical disability, color, creed, ethnic background, sexual preference or age.

Greek Council
The purpose of the Wayne State Greek Council is to unite the social Greek organizations through brotherhood, sisterhood, academics, leadership and philanthropy.

Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE)
Tau Kappa Epsilon is a local chapter of an international fraternity of undergraduate men. The chapter provides social and cultural activities, campus and community services and leadership opportunities in the campus community. New members have full privileges upon joining, there is no “pledge” period and hazing is forbidden. TKE is Wayne State’s oldest fraternity and is part of the largest fraternity in the world.

Theta Phi Alpha
Theta Phi Alpha is a national sorority. The Wayne Alpha Pi chapter was founded in spring of 1985. The chapter promotes academics, service, social activities, leadership, friendship, and sisterhood.
Zeta Tau Omega Zeta Tau Omega Sorority is a local sorority, founded in 1999. The sorority is dedicated to serving Wayne State College and the community through programs aimed at promoting service and strengthening character while building friendship and sisterhood. We have a special commitment to elevate the level of Greek life on campus. Zeta Tau Omega does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual preference, age, or ethnicity.

Honorary

Alpha Lambda Delta (first year students)
Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honorary open to freshmen who meet the qualifications. It promotes scholastic achievement and its purpose is to promote intelligent living with an increased appreciation of both the love of study and cultural phases of campus life.

Alpha Phi Sigma (criminal justice)
The purpose of Alpha Phi Sigma is to recognize and promote high scholarship among students actively engaged in collegiate preparation for professional services; to keep abreast of the advances of scientific research; to elevate the ethical standards of the Criminal Justice professions and to establish in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.

Alpha Sigma Lambda (non-traditional students)
Alpha Sigma Lambda is a national honor society with the purpose of providing an association for and recognition of academically outstanding, non-traditional students in continuing higher education at Wayne State College. This society is a non-profit organization devoted to the advancement of scholarship.

Chi Alpha Epsilon (TRiO)
This national honor society recognizes the academic achievements of students served by TRiO Student Support Services. Its purposes are to promote continued high academic standards, to foster increased communication among its members, and to honor academic excellence achieved by those students. Programs sponsored by the society encourage other students toward this accomplishment. The involvement of eligible alumni enables networking for members.

Gamma Theta Upsilon (geography)
Gamma Theta Upsilon is the International Geographical Honor Society. GTU supports geography knowledge, awareness, speakers, and scholarships.

Kappa Delta Pi (education)
Kappa Delta Pi is an International Honor Society dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education. The Society is pledged to worthy ideals; recognizes scholarship and excellence in education; promotes the development and dissemination of worthy educational ideas and practices; enhances continuous growth and leadership of its diverse membership; fosters inquiry and reflection on significant educational issues; and maintains a high degree of professional fellowship.

Kappa Kappa Psi (band)
The purposes of Kappa Kappa Psi are: (1) to promote the existence and welfare of the college band and to cultivate a wholesome respect for its activities and achievements; (2) to honor outstanding band members through privilege of membership extended as a reward for technical achievements and appreciation for the best in music; (3) to stimulate campus leadership and encourage an uncompromising respect through the medium of the college band, for gracious conduct, good taste, and uncompromising loyalty; (4) to foster a close relationship between college bands and promote a high average of attainment by the performance of good music and selection of worthwhile projects; and (5) to provide a pleasant and helpful social experience for all engaged in college band work and to cooperate with other musical organizations in any manner consistent with the mission of Wayne State College.

Lambda Pi Eta (communications)
The purpose of Lambda Pi Eta shall be: (a) to recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in communications studies; (b) to stimulate interest in the field of communication; (c) to promote and encourage professional development among communication majors; (d) to provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of communication; (e) to establish and maintain closer relationships and mutual understanding between speech communication studies, faculty and students; and (f) to explore options for graduate education in communication studies.

Phi Alpha Theta (history)
Phi Alpha Theta is a national honor society in history. PAT supports the study of history and the exchange of knowledge among scholars.

Phi Kappa Phi (all fields of higher education)
The primary purposes of this organization are to promote the pursuit of excellence in all fields of higher education; to recognize outstanding achievement by students, faculty, and others through election to membership and through various awards for distinguished achievement; and to engage the community of scholars in service to others.

Philomathean Presidential Honor Society
This is a group of active and academically elite students that seek to preserve and share the high standards and precious history of Wayne State College.

Pi Gamma Mu (social science)
This is an international honorary of people involved in social sciences. Purpose is to encourage academic excellence in the Social Sciences, performance of community service, and development of leadership skills among its members.

Pi Omega Pi (business education)
Business education honorary designed to reward and encourage academic achievement, as well as to provide educational, professional, and social activities appropriate for business teachers. This group sponsors and hosts the annual Business Competition Day event on the Wayne State campus.

Psi Chi (psychology)
Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology. The purpose is to encourage students to maintain excellence in the field of psychology. This organization co-sponsors speakers, service projects, workshops and other events.

Sigma Delta Pi (Hispanic)
The purposes of this society are: (1) to honor those who attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and in the study of the literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking peoples; (2) to honor those who have made the Hispanic contributions to modern culture better known in the English-speaking world; (3) to encourage college and university students to acquire a greater interest in and a deeper understanding of Hispanic culture; (4) to foster friendly relations and mutual respect between the nations of Hispanic speech and those of English speech; and (5) to serve its membership in ways this will contribute to the attainment of the goals and ideals of the society.

Sigma Tau Delta (English)
Sigma Tau Delta is an organization honoring English majors who show academic success. It is a chapter of a nationwide organization.

Upsilon Pi Epsilon (computing & information disciplines)
The promotion of high scholarship and original investigation in the various fields of the competing and information disciplines.

Industrial Technology

Industrial Technology Club
The organization is the governing body of any organization that wishes to use the Industrial Technology Club’s account and the Industrial Technology department’s resources like SkillsUSA, National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), International Technology Education Association (ITEA), Association of General Contractors (AGC), NPPD/OPPD Powerdrive, and Technology Education Collegiate Association (TECA).

Math & Science

Biology Club
This club is for anyone interested in biological sciences. Club members primarily focus on natural history, ecology, biological diversity, and environmental sciences. The club often brings in speakers, goes on field trips, and engages in environmental service projects.

Health Science Club
The purpose of Health Science Club is to provide students who are pursuing a career in a health related field with the knowledge to learn about and be successful in their chosen field. The club also strives to provide students with opportunities to volunteer and be an active member of their community.

Kappa Mu Epsilon
Money-making projects are held to assist in furthering interests in mathematics. Meetings are held once a month or as needed. Students often attend national and regional conventions.

Math Club
The Math Club is an organization for anyone interested in math. The club will celebrate math and further the interests in math of its members, also members will further their appreciation for the beauty and power of math.

Pre-Dental Club
The Pre-Dental Club is an organization that provides students the opportunity to participate in various volunteer dental clinics, tour dental schools, and participate in workshops. The club annually hosts current dental professional speakers and participates in events such as Children's Dental Day, Clinic with a Heart, and Nebraska Mission of Mercy.

Pre-Physical Therapy Club
The purpose of this organization is to provide students that are interested in or are pursuing a career in physical therapy with resources necessary to accomplish their goals. The organization will provide an overview of the physical therapy profession, resources to students looking for job shadowing hours and/or jobs as physical therapy aids, resources to help students prepare for the GRE exam, and help students find and apply to professional schools that best fit them.

Wildlife Society Club
The Wildlife Society Club promotes student involvement in wildlife conservation and outdoor activities.

Multicultural

Black Student Union (BSU)
The Black Student Union serves to foster student development through diversity, academics and social services.

International Club
The International Club is open to international students and others interested in international education. Its purpose is to promote the interaction between international students and the general student body. It is open membership and any interested individual is welcome to join. The club provides the opportunity for students to learn about another country as well as allowing international students to make friends and learn about the United States.

Latinos Uniting
Latinos Uniting’s mission statement is to promote education and diversity while creating awareness and support for Latin culture. Weekly meetings are held as well as monthly events/activities. These include cultural awareness, community service, socials, and fundraising events. Our members will gain valuable leadership and communication skills as well as new friendships through working with our organization.

Minorities in Accordance Coming Together (MACT)
MACT is an organization that supports and implements programs and activities for the betterment of students of any color and serves as a forum for ideas & concerns while promoting diversity and tolerance around WSC’s campus community.

Native American Student Alliance (NASA)
NASA serves to enhance cultural awareness and social activities of particular interest to Native American and non-Native American students.

Pan African Student Association (PASA)
PASA is an organization that creates and encourages the awareness of African cultures on the WSC campus. The club acts as a support system for African students academically and socially. The club promotes interactions between the African’s culture and other cultures existing on and off campus at WSC.

PRIDE
Members of PRIDE respect the privacy of other members by maintaining a code of strict confidentiality of the membership; encourage community discussions and social change; participate and support group activities within their personal boundaries; respect the individual’s right to be heard and respect the individuality of each member.

Music

Black & Gold Show Choir
This performance ensemble facilitates music advocacy through popular show and pop tunes.

Kappa Kappa Psi
The purposes of Kappa Kappa Psi are as follows: (1) to promote the existence and welfare of the college band and to cultivate a wholesome respect for its activities and achievements; (2) to honor outstanding band members through privilege of membership extended as a reward for technical achievements and appreciation for the best in music; (3) to stimulate campus leadership and encourage an uncompromising respect through the medium of the college band, for gracious conduct, good taste, and uncompromising loyalty; (4) to foster a close relationship between college bands and promote a high average of attainment by the performance of good music and selection of worthwhile projects; and (5) to provide a pleasant and helpful social experience for all engaged in college band work and to cooperate with other musical organizations in any manner consistent with the mission of Wayne State College.

Madrigal Singers
The Madrigal Singer is a select group of approximately 16 singers who present the annual Elizabethan Christmas Dinners on and off campus in December, and a series of vocal chamber music in the spring.

NAME (National Association for Music Education)
NAME is a nationally affiliated organization with privileges of attending conventions and receiving the national magazine. The Wayne State organization sponsors clinics and provides stage managers for student recitals along with receptions for faculty and guest recitals.

Political/Issues

Young Conservatives
An organization designed to foster political discussions to get students involved in politics, and to inform students of political issues affecting them.

Young Democrats
The Young Democrats stimulate an active interest in governmental affairs, foster and perpetuate the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party, and help acquaint people with the issues and candidates. Activities include voter registration drives.

Recreational Sports & Physical Education

Archery Club
The WSC Archery Club is organized to help grow the sport of archery at the collegiate level. The club is open to bow hunters, competitive archers, and anyone that hasn't shot before (everyone). The club also does some type of community service and fundraising event during the year.

Artistocats
This is the dance unit of the band. Members rehearse daily and perform at all home football and basketball games. Auditions are held during the spring semester.

Bicycle Club
The purpose of this association is to create campus camaraderie among bicycle enthusiasts, supporters, and riders.

Cheerleading
The Wayne State Cheerleading Squad is an organization that supports and promotes all campus and community wide athletics and activities maintaining positivity and professionalism at all times.

Chess Club
This club promotes chess on campus and holds a year-long tournament.

Intramural Council
The Intramural Council is primarily a “feedback” organization. It presents complaints, conflicts, and suggestions to the IM Director about intramural affairs.

Paint Ball Club
The object of this organization is to get paintball players together to have fun and to get new players in to the sport. It also gives students something to do on weekends.

Rice Rowdies
A student organization formed for two main purposes: to generate and improve student and community fan support for Wayne State College athletics, and to create an electric, encouraging and intimidating atmosphere in athletic events.

Rugby Club (Men & Women)
Rugby is an English version of American gridiron football and is the fastest growing sport in the USA. Currently there are 734 colleges that play rugby. No experience is necessary to play. There is a position on the field for every type of body size and speed. Every player runs with the ball and tackles. Rugby will run September, October, March, and April.

S.H.A.P.E. (Students Helping Achieve Physical Fitness& Exercise)
SHAPE club meets once a month for various activities including fundraisers, community service, and socials while promoting physical fitness and exercise. This club is open to students of all majors.

Soccer Club (Men’s)
The soccer club engages in practice on a scheduled time, 3-4 times a week and plays scheduled games.

SPORTS Club (Students Pursuing Opportunities Related to Sport)
The SPORTS Club is an organization aimed at developing interests and opportunities for students involved in the sports management field at WSC. Through the use of guest speakers, discussion forums, and various hands-on-activities, students are able to expand their knowledge about the sport industry.
Wrestling Club Wrestling Club provides the opportunity for any WSC student to participate in club wresting and organized competitions. Students may also select the option of practicing, coaching, or any other support roles with the club.

Religious

Catholic Newman Campus Ministry
Catholic Newman is a ministry of the Omaha Archdiocese. The group promotes the social, spiritual, and intellectual life of students and empowers them to use their gifts to live fully the Gospel. The group helps students deepen their commitment to Jesus Christ and their Catholic faith.

Cooperative Campus Ministry
The purpose of Cooperative Campus Ministry is to proclaim the name of Jesus Christ by providing opportunities for cooperative efforts and by demonstrating a unified spirit of concern and assistance for the students, faculty, and staff of WSC.

CRU
CRU is a non-denominational Christian ministry on college campuses throughout the nation. The purpose is twofold: to present the claims of Christ and to assist students in the development of their own relationship with God. Through solid biblical training students are encouraged to become all that God designed them to be and be prepared to be leaders in their world when they leave college. The basic activities are weekly meetings and Bible studies with opportunities to attend holiday conferences and retreats and meet students from other college campuses.

Cup of Grace
The title Lutheran Student Fellowship identifies who we are and is open to all Christians seeking closeness to God through Christ. Lutheran Student Fellowship is open to all students wanting to learn about Christianity. The organization fulfills this by providing opportunities for spiritual growth in the Word of God and for service to God and one another. Emphasis is on Bible study, a variety of social functions to enhance fellowship, and Christian service to put faith into action.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
The purpose of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is to present to athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in fellowship of the church.

Lutheran Campus Ministry, (The WeLCoMe House)
The purpose of the Wayne Lutheran campus Ministry is to provide opportunities to gather as a Christian community for faith formation through bible study, worship, service events and social functions. We journey with students as they discover and fulfill their vocation in Jesus Christ. “Come and see” us at the WeLCoMe House.

United Ministry of Higher Education (Cross Point Ministry)
We are a ministry of Christian fellowship, nurture, care, and service for the students of WSC.

Service

American Red Cross
The purpose of this club is to provide Red Cross services to the local community and the students of Wayne State College, with club members delivering these services acting in accordance with the American Red Cross Code of Conduct.

Blue Key
The Wayne State College chapter of Blue Key National Honor fraternity is a service organization involved in a variety of projects both on and off campus. Some of these activities are: homecoming, graduation, the annual outstanding professor award, and highway clean-up.

Cardinal Key
Cardinal Key is a service organization. Activities include coordinating the Homecoming coronation, holding a fund-raiser for juvenile diabetes fund, highway clean-up, ushering at graduation and assisting other organizations and community events as need arises.

Circle K International
Circle K is an international community service organization focused on service, leadership, and fellowship. Activities include a Halloween carnival for the children in Wayne, coordinating the homecoming parade, Adopt-a-Highway, adopt a Wayne elementary student pen pal, numerous fundraisers, and helping with campus or community service whenever possible. They also do a number of activities with the Wayne Kiwanis Club.

Habitat for Humanity
The mission of the campus chapter program is to capture the imaginations, energy and hope of students in order to productively and effectively involve them in the work of Habitat for Humanity International. Campus chapters have three main functions: educating the campus and local community about affordable housing issues and the work of Habitat for Humanity, building and rehabilitating houses in partnership with Habitat for Humanity affiliates and homeowners, and raising funds for the work of Habitat for Humanity.

Rotaract Club
Rotaract is an international division of Rotary for young adults. WSC Rotaract focuses on community and professional development as well as service and fun. In addition to helping Rotary with their projects, Rotaract serves the college and community through projects such as: Siouxland Community Blood Drives, packaging food for Kids Against Hunger, Grocery Bingo, Teammates mentoring and group activities, International domestic projects, making and delivering holiday cards to the residents of CareAge, and socials as well as many other service activities. WSC Rotaract is also an excellent opportunity to network and make friends outside the classroom.

Social Sciences

Alpha Phi Sigma
The purpose of Alpha Phi Sigma shall be recognize and promote high scholarship among students actively engaged in collegiate preparation for professional services; to keep abreast of the advances of scientific research; to elevate the ethical standards of the Criminal Justice professions and to establish in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.

Criminal Justice Association (CJA)
The purpose of WSCJA is to enhance the student’s understanding of the total field of criminal justice through such activities as field trips, speakers, forums, and special events. These activities focus on service, development of leadership skills, and career opportunities in the field of criminal justice.

Explorers Club
The purpose of the Explorers Club is to organize and implement learning expeditions to regional sites of interest to students from any academic discipline.

Gamma Theta Upsilon
Gamma Theta Upsilon is the International Geographical Honor Society. GTU supports geography knowledge, awareness, speakers, and scholarships.

Model United Nations
Participates in the national Model United Nations, taking on the role of a member nation, researches the member nation's background and specifics, and participates in a modeled representation that includes General Assembly and other United Nations groups.

Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Alpha Theta is a national honor society in history. PAT supports the study of history and the exchange of knowledge among scholars.

Pi Gamma Mu
Pi Gamma Mu is an international honorary of people involved in social sciences. Purpose is to encourage academic excellence in the Social Sciences, performance of community service, and development of leadership skills among its members.

Political Union
The purpose of this organization shall be to stimulate in WSC students an active interest in governmental affairs whether it be foreign or domestic, to increase the efficiency of popular government, to foster and perpetuate the ideals and principles for discussing current issues, to acquaint students with the issues and candidates, and to provide for the students the highest degree of justice, social welfare and happiness.

Psi Chi
Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology. The purpose is to encourage students to maintain excellence in the field of psychology. This organization co-sponsors speakers, service projects, workshops and other events.

Psychology Club/Sociology Club
The purpose of the Psychology/Sociology Club is to bring together individuals through activities relating to psychology and sociology. We sponsor projects such as fundraisers, workshops, social get-togethers and guest speakers. We are introducing awareness of the fields of psychology and sociology throughout the campus. Members have the opportunity to gain leadership experience by running for an officer position.

Special Interests

Able, Capable and Equal Student Association (ACE)
Students face many challenges in college. The Able, Capable, and Equal (ACE) organization provides an umbrella to reach out to students who need occasional shade, shelter and protection from the storms of college life. ACE has three purposes: 1) to generate awareness across campus regarding issues related to disabilities; 2) to create a support group for students with disabilities and their allies and 3) to develop working relationships with other campus organizations.

ARROW (Advocacy, Representation, and Responsibility of WSC)
A collaboration of WSC students, faculty, and staff dedicated to advocating and providing awareness for student rights on campus specifically issues of fairness and equality in the classroom.

Freethinkers
The purpose of Freethinkers will be (1) to provide an outreach program to students who feel isolated because they do not follow an organized religion; (2) to challenge misconceptions about the lifestyles and convictions of people who do not follow an organized relations; (3) to defend religious freedom and promote the separation of church and state; (4) to promote a social and intellectual open forum for discussing issues in religion and its interaction with our society and personal lives; (5) to cultivate a sense of responsibility to and compassion for fellow humans; (6) to encourage students who are not members to think freely; and (6) to contribute to the campus community as a whole by providing input to the open marketplace of ideas.

Holland Academic Success Center Peer Tutors
Our goal is to offer excellent tutoring servicers along with the continuing academic and personal development of students.

It’s MY Mind
The purpose of this student group is to support and empower those dealing with any mental disorder and to educate the community about mental health. This organization will not discriminate against any person.

Navigators
The purpose of Navigators shall be: (1) to foster interest in Wayne State College, and to support its mission; (2) to promote good will in the WSC and Wayne Communities; (3) to host campus tours for prospective students and families; (4) participate in planned special admission/recruiting events during the academic year; and (5) to be a group the President of WSC can call on when needed to serve in whatever assigned capacity.

Residence Hall Association
Improve the quality of life on campus and act as a unified voice for the residents.

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
SADD’s purpose is to promote a healthy lifestyle through positive decision making. We recognize the harmful effects of alcohol and other drug use. Our activities contribute to the positive development of individuals and a caring spirit within the college community.

Science Fiction/Fantasy Club
The club shows science fiction and fantasy movies, creates and runs a haunted house every fall (club members get to do everything from construction to directing traffic, to being actors), holds gaming tournaments and coordinates/sponsors Willycon (a Science Fiction Fantasy Convention) every spring. In addition, members attend other Science Fiction Conventions, and hold several parties during the year (complete with bonfires and wilderness adventures). The goal is to create an atmosphere conducive to personal development, social interactions, academic study, intellectual curiosity, cultural examination and to provide experiences in which members can develop an understanding and respect for literature, technology, motion pictures, history and sociology, as it could be. To develop a “what if” attitude, and have fun doing it. The operative phrase is doing things that are fun and that we can be proud of. Club email is scfanta1@wsc.edu

TRiO SSS Peer Mentors
The TRiO SSS Mentor Program matches upper-class students with incoming students who wish to participate in the program. The Peer Mentor meets with two or three incoming students, called 1st Year Partners, on an ongoing basis to provide support, encouragement, and information. The Peer Mentor will listen to a 1st year Partner’s concerns, provide positive advice when asked and introduce their partner to the campus culture and community.

Wildcat Wheels
The purpose of this organization is to promote and improve general knowledge of the Wildcat Wheels program for students.

Theatre

Drama Club
Drama Club is an independent club that fosters interest in the art of theatre.