Student Activities and Leadership Philosophy
Leadership: Assist students in developing leadership skills.
Collaboration: Teach students to recognize community interdependence.
Global Exposure: Utilize programming to cultivate positive relationships.
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
- Satisfied Mind 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
- Community Service and Activism Board (CSAB)
- Model United Nations (MUN)
- Praising Our Work Ethnicity and Race (POWER)
- Red Cross Club
- Sexuality and Gender Activists (SAGA)
- Symposium Club
Student-run clubs for the purpose of expressing literary talent.
- Cardinal (yearbook)
- Chronicle (literary publication)
- Onyx (newspaper)
- 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
- Prodigy Dance Club
- Wells College Colorguard
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.
- Chinese Language and Culture Club
- Japanese Cultural Club
- Knitting, Needlework and other Tatting (KNOT)
- Outdoor/Climbing Club
- Paintball Club
- Programming Board
- Rugby Club
- Spanish Club
- Sugar High (baking club)
- Tea Time Club
- Wells International Student Association (WISA)
Wellness & Engagement
Clubs that address issues and concerns presented on campus.
- Dream Catalyst
- Political Activism at Wells
- Sex Collective
- Shrug Club
- Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC)
- Women's Resource Center (WRC)