Clubs and Organizations

Clubs at Wells provide events, activities, and energy for campus throughout each semester.

Check out the categories below for descriptions of some of the recently-active clubs and organizations at Wells:

Community Service and Activism

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

  • Campus Greens: An environmental group to raise awareness and promote community involvement on sustainability. Provides teachable and fun experiences.
  • Collegiate Cabinet: Elected in the Spring semester each year, Collegiate Cabinet is the executive board for Student Assembly.
  • FORCES: Promote conservation, recreation and environmental stewardship by working with NY State Parks.
Diversity and Multicultural Education

Clubs for celebrating and providing community space for members of differing cultural groups on campus.

  • Access for All Abilities: Spreads awareness about disability culture and educates the community to promote equal opportunities, improved accessibility, and empowerment
  • Cornerstone: Join Cornerstone for open conversations on any topic whether that’s political, social, diversity or any topic students wants to meet and discuss.
  • Cultura, Lucha, Experiencia (CLE): Celebrates the different rich and diverse Latin cultures, realizing that a uniao faz a forca, and unites by sharing our tradiciones y religiones.
  • Gender Equity Center (GEC): Provides resources on sexual health, assault, intersectional feminism, civil rights, and body positivity in a safe space, library system, and meeting space.
  • Japanese Cultural Club: Helps the Japanese exchange students get acclimated to the college campus while spreading Japanese culture.
  • Wells PRIDE: Celebrates LGBTQ+ identities and experiences and acts as a safe space for open dialogue, building a safer community for LGBTQ+ peoples.

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

  • Cardinal (yearbook): Staff manages the layout, design, and production of the yearbook, with the aim of documenting the many people, events and traditions that make each year memorable.
  • Chronicle (literary and visual arts journal): Publishes student-submitted fiction, nonfiction, poetry, artwork, photos, or short plays in a journal format each semester.
  • Sycamore (magazine): Social issues magazine that includes essays and editorials on a wide variety of topics as well as reviews, photography, advice, and the winners of writing and art contests.
Talent and Performance

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

  • Bell Ringers: The  official group of students who ring the Wells Bells each evening for dinner, at special events, and to recognize alumni updates.
  • Burlesque Troupe: Promotes body positivity and confidence through stage performance. Focuses on the history and growth of Burlesque as a performance art.
  • Cheer Team: Promotes Wells spirit at athletic events through game performances.
  • Dance Collective: A student run dance concert that showcases a wide variety of backgrounds, illuminating diversity through positive expression.
  • Henry’s VIII: Creates a place for people to sing in an a capella style and performs for the Wells community in an effort to bring entertainment to the masses.
  • Chamber Orchestra and Jazz Band: Welcomes interested students to participate in rewarding musical ensembles. No auditions are necessary and some instruments may be provided.
  • Prodigy Step Team: Promotes academic achievement, unity and leadership within a diverse team through teamwork and encourages self-respect and discipline.
  • Wells College Drama Club: Promotes students that have an interest in stage performances. 
  • Women’s Oddline
  • Women’s Evenline
Social Interests and Hobbies

Clubs designed to bring students of different cultures and backgrounds together to enjoy common interests.

  • Bookworms: Expose our members to different authors and literary genres, leading to interesting and varying discussions.
  • Gaming Club: Simply a group of people who like to play games with one another. If someone wants to play a game, we’ll give it a try with them.
  • Sugar High (baking club): Dedicated to teaching people to bake goods in a safe and open environment, so everyone knows how to bake at least one thing from scratch.

Clubs are organized by—and contribute to—regular Student Assembly meetings. Membership and participation in many of these changes by the semester. So if you have an idea for a club that isn’t currently offered, we’ll make it easy for you to get it going!