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Student Organizations

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Student activities are an essential part of the college experience. Through involvement in various clubs and organizations, the student may complement academic studies while meeting new friends and gaining valuable experience. Westminster has many organizations that welcome new members to take part in their activities and services. The Office of Student Affairs serves as a center for information on campus clubs and organizations.

 

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American String Teachers Association

Black Student Union

Colleges Against Cancer

Council for Exceptional Children

Cheerleaders

Student Affiliates of American Chemical Soc.

College Democrats

College Republicans

Campus Programming Council

Coalition for the Protection of the Unborn

Dance Theatre

Disabilities Awarenss Club

Equestrian Club/Team

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Film Club

Gaming Guild

Gospel Choir

Green Party

Handbell Choir

Habitat for Humanity

Indoor Competition Guard

Japanese Anime Club

Karate Club

Mock Convention

Model United Nations

Neuroscience Club

Newman Club/Catholic Campus Ministries

Outdoor Recreation Club

Pennsylvania Collegiate Music Educators Assn.

Philosophy Club

Panhellenic Council Recruitment Counselors

Pre-Medical Society

Pre-Veterinary Society

Alpha Phi Omega

Allies

American Choral Directors Association

Public Relations Society of America

Psychology Club

Student Alumni Association

Student-Athlete Advisory Council

Students Against Destructive Decisions

ENACTUS

Sociology-CJ-Interest-Opp-News

Ski and Snowboard Club

Student Pre-Law Association

Society of Physics Students

Sierra Student Coalition

Titan Guides

Ultimate Frisbee Club

Volleyball Club

Westminster History Interest Group

Orientation Leaders

American Soc. for Biochem. and Molecular Bio.

Health and Fitness Club

Meditation Club

Strengthening Positivity & Rein. Kindness

Student Guild of Carilloneurs

Super Smash Bros.

Little Library

Sweet Trebles

Speech & Debate Society

Commuter Student Association