Student organizations at UW-Eau Claire range from the academic, professional and political to the spiritual, cultural, creative and athletic. Involvement in campus organizations is an important part of the university's total education program. These groups offer social and service opportunities for their members, the university, and the community at large. Membership can broaden acquaintances, develop leadership ability, build decision-making and problem-solving skills, and complement classroom instruction. Click here to search UWEC Student Organizations!
AND - coming your way in Fall, 2022 UWEC's new online student engagement management system and campus-wide app hub "Blugold Connect+" where you'll be able to search over 200 student organizations, learn about and attend campus-wide events, track your involvement, manage your student organization(s) and more!
The ability to play a part in events and experiences across campus and the community, big and small, and learning how to work with a team to make things happen are the most important takeaways that I'll leave UWEC with and carry with me forever.
Student Organizations and Leadership Center
The Student Organizations and Leadership Center located in Davies Center 220 (second level) provides services and is home base to more than 210 campus organizations.
The space includes:
- The Activities, Involvement & Leadership Office Staff
- Meeting rooms for student organization use only
- Organization mailbox units
- Reservable locker spaces
- Org Workshop with crafting/poster-making supplies
- Student Senate Office
Workshops/conferences for student leaders and advisors are conducted annually; workshops and publications are designed to assist organizational development; and recognition programs are designed to acknowledge the outstanding efforts of individuals and organizations.
Contact the staff in the Student Organizations and Leadership Center for more information:
AIL & Student Senate Office Manager
(715) 836-4646 • email@example.com