Activities and Leadership

Because of the relatively small size of the student body, every student who is motivated can take a leadership role in a campus organization.
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Office of Student Activities and Leadership
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Director, Meg Flaherty
Associate Director, Hailey Uribe

"Everyone in life has a different upbringing and background which in turn impacts their perspectives on certain issues and situations. With realizing that, I've learned to be more open minded to everything and everyone's opinions whether in class or on campus."

Stephanie Moore '18
Individualized Major in Business and Entrepreneurship

Student Activities and Leadership Philosophy

At Wells, even as a first-year student, you can obtain a position in student government, serve as an editor on a student publication, have a top role in a theatre/dance event or play on an athletic team. The following is a list of student organizations at Wells:


Clubs made to reflect the scholarly aspect of the college.

  • Film Production Club
  • Green House
  • Pre-Health Club
  • Psychology Club
  • Society of Physics Students

Community Service & Activism

Clubs designed for the campus awareness of social, local, and international issues.

  • Access for All Abilities
  • Campus Greens
  • Collegiate Cabinet
  • Collegiate 4-H Club
  • Model United Nations (MUN)
  • Praising Our Work Ethnicity and Race (POWER)
  • Red Cross Club
  • Sexuality and Gender Activists (SAGA)
  • Symposium Club

Literary Publication

Student-run clubs for the purpose of expressing literary talent.

  • Cardinal (yearbook)
  • Chronicle (literary publication)
  • Sycamore (magazine)


Clubs established for the purpose of providing entertainment for the entire community.

  • Bell Ringers
  • Burlesque Troupe
  • Chamber Singers
  • Concert Choir
  • Dance Collective
  • Gospel Choir
  • Henry's VIII
  • Orchestra
  • Prodigy Step Team
  • Whirligigs

Religious Affiliations

Clubs made to share and educate others about a particular religion while providing a safe space and unity.

  • Faith Share
  • Muslim Student Association (MSA)


Clubs designed to include different cultures and backgrounds together to enjoy common interests.

  • Bookworms
  • Chinese Language and Culture Club
  • Filmmentary
  • Japanese Cultural Club
  • Knitting, Needlework and other Tatting (KNOT)
  • Programming Board
  • Rugby Club
  • Spanish Club
  • Sugar High (baking club)
  • Umoja

Wellness & Engagement

Clubs that address issues and concerns presented on campus.

  • Political Activism at Wells
  • Sex Collective
  • Shrug Club
  • Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC)
  • Women's Resource Center (WRC)

Wells College promises a relevant liberal arts and sciences education. Intellectually challenging. Reinterpreted for today. Classroom teaching combined with hands-on learning. Wells graduates enter the world prepared for successful futures.

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