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Actuarial Network

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The UW-Eau Claire Actuarial Club has been established for the following reasons: *To provide information and promote the actuarial profession. *To establish business contacts with regional actuarial employers. *To help secure job opportunities and internships. *To provide study groups for actuarial examinations.

AIESEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

We Envision: Peace and Fulfillment of Humankind's Potential Our Impact: Our international platform enables young people to explore and develop their leadership potential for them to have a positive impact on society The Way We Do It: AIESEC provides its members with an integrated development experience comprised of leadership opportunities, international internships and participation in a global learning environment Our Values: Activating Leadership, Enjoying Participation, Striving for Excellence, Living Diversity, Acting Sustainably and Demonstrating Integrity

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American Assembly for Men in Nursing

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The UWEC American Assembly for Men in Nursing is an organization with an emphasis on increasing the enrollment of men involved in Accredited Nursing programs along with increasing the proportion of men in nursing throughout the country.

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American College of Health Care Administrators

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Mission Statement: The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) aspires to be the leading force in promoting excellence in leadership among long-term care administrators. History: This organization is for students majoring in Health Care Administration and was formed in April of 1978. Originally named Health Care Administration Association, the group changed its name upon national affiliation with the American College of Health Care Administrators in 1985. Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to enhance the education of students in the profession of Health Care Administration by facilitating communication with established professionals. providing voluntary service within the community. providing information about the Health Care Administration Program at UW-Eau Claire. providing information about the healthcare institutions affiliated with the program.

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American Marketing Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

AMA is a student-run professional business organization that offers students the opportunity to learn the necessary skills and leadership to prepare for a future in the business world. The Eau Claire chapter of the American Marketing Association is geared toward students pursuing a career path in marketing; we extend our welcome to all majors on campus, however. Our primary activities include weekly professional general meetings, community service opportunities, social events, the annual Fun Run, and various other networking opportunities on campus and in the community. The UWEC AMA organization allows for students of any major to learn more about marketing and get involved on campus and in the community. AMA is involved in many activities and helps by raising money to support the humane society, blood drive, highway cleanup, and Keep on Chuckin 5k Fun Run in the spring. Along with community service events AMA hosts other fun events which sometimes include other organizations on campus such as having past alumni come in and speak, semi-formals, and leadership retreats. UWEC AMA likes to maintain high inclusivity with new members by hosting an open house, new member dinner, and buddy bowling. These events help new members get to know other general members and the directors and e-board members of AMA. Other fun events for our members are the corn maze and semi-formal. Being in AMA is one of the best experiences any college student can have. In fact, in the spring of 2016, UWEC AMA was voted as the top international American Marketing Chapter! Not only will the American Marketing Association help you learn more about your major, but AMA will also help you network, meet new people, find job opportunities, and have fun!

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American String Teachers Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The American String Teachers Association, founded more than 60 years ago, is a membership organization for string and orchestra teachers and players, helping them to develop and refine their careers. ASTA's members range from budding student teachers to artist-status performers. ASTA lends a helping hand to local school orchestras and provides information for students about to enter the Education program. ASTA often has guest speakers, masterclasses, lessons for secondary instruments, music reading sessions, and student-teacher panels. In addition, the members of ASTA give an annual bake sale to raise money for a good musical cause.

 

Aspiring Educators

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

To support public education for all students and the continuation of a strong professional association, the mission of the Student WEA is to provide its members a voice in matters affecting their education and careers by offering opportunities for leadership, professional growth, and involvement at the local, state and national levels.

 

Association for Operations Management

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

APICS is the global leader and premier provider of information and services in production and inventory management and related areas to enable members, enterprises, and individuals to add value to their business performance. We are an organization for Operation/Material Management majors. We do invite all majors to our organization though. As an organization, we take tours of manufacturing facilities from around the area. We also have many guest speakers attend our meetings to inform students more about area companies. We also have many social events to help students network with each other. APICS is a great way to network throughout the community as well as on campus. APICS helps students succeed and reach their potential.

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Association of Information Technology Professionals

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

AITP is a community focused on empowering the IT profession by evolving its members to their full potential as information technology professionals. Since 1951, the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) has been a continuing resource for quality professional development. Serving the IT industry worldwide, AITP is committed to delivering to our members the recognition, support, and credibility that will give them the competitive edge needed to succeed. For more information about the national chapter go to www.aitp.org. It is our goal, to provide a community network for IT business professionals to reach their true potential by providing education programs for advancing technology and business skills, leadership development opportunities, networking, peer mentoring and knowledge sharing, and online resources. As an AITP member, you will: Meet People in Your Field of Interest Learn About Career and Business Opportunities Stay Informed of Industry Trends Polish Your Leadership Skills Converge Your Technology Skills with Business Skills Build Lifelong Relationships Meet Industry Professionals

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Association of Student Social Workers

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Purpose… •To provide an atmosphere and avenue for social work students to increase their familiarity and expertise in the field of social work, while also getting to know fellow students and faculty. The Objectives… •Meet as a group once or twice a month •Organize activities and trips to social work fields that are of interest to the members •Invite speakers from within the social service areas to learn about different needs of the community •Promote student voices within the Social Work Department

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Beta Upsilon Sigma

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Beta Upsilon Sigma is a Professional Business organization on the UWEC campus. This organization provides members with valuable experience to help themselves prepare for the real world. During our general meetings, guest speakers from various companies and often time faculty will come and discuss relevant information in the business world. Helping our members understand what it takes to succeed. Beta Upsilon Sigma provides many opportunities for members to be active in community service each semester. It is a great way to help out the community that has done so much for us. Some examples are: Community Table, Boys and Girls Club, Special Olympics, adopt a highway, fundraisers on campus and much more.

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College of Business Student Advisory Council (COBSAC)

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

COBSAC was formed as a central organization for all college of business student organizations, as well as a group of student leaders who serve as a voice for COB students to faculty and the dean.

 

Collegiate DECA

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Collegiate DECA is an international business & service organization which aims to enhance our student member’s collegiate educational experience. Our academic career programs give students a better understanding of different business industries by providing real-world, hands-on professional experiences. Our mission is to inspire students to become confident and motivated members of their campus and community—and to become the future leaders of their business industries.

 

Collegiate Entrepreneur's Organization

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

We strive to provide students with real-world business experience and knowledge that cannot be attained in a classroom. We achieve this through the business we started, Blugold Roast, along with many other business projects. Our mission is to increase entrepreneurial knowledge along with general business knowledge at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. The Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is the premier business student organization for all business majors. CEO is the #1 entrepreneurship network with chapters on university campuses across North America and beyond.

 

Collegiate Wisconsin Association of Middle-Level Education

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

CWAMLE stands for Collegiate Wisconsin Association of Middle-Level Education and is affiliated with the Wisconsin Association of Middle-Level Education (WAMLE). The purposes of CWAMLE are to: -Help prospective educators develop an understanding and appreciation of the total education profession that stimulates the highest professional standards, ethics, and attitudes with all age groups -Establish communication between CWAMLE, its affiliates, college students, educators, and other education associations -Provide for education students a local, state, and national voice in matters affecting their education and profession CWAMLE is a professional development organization for any individual with an interest in education, particularly at the middle level. As a group, we discuss and explore the special considerations, challenges, and joys of working with middle-level students.

 

Criminal Justice Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The UWEC Criminal Justice Association provides students with the opportunity to further their knowledge in criminal justice, through various opportunities such as volunteer work, student research, and networking. CJA also provides students with the opportunity to meet and discuss training and experiences with professional speakers from a wide range of disciplines including but not limited to Social Work, Corrections, Policing, and various Government Positions. CJA is dedicated to providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in any criminal justice field.

 

Dance Marathon: For The Kids

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Children's Miracle Network UWEC Dance Marathon (UWECDM) is a fundraising organization that supports the Children's Miracle Network. Our efforts include raising money throughout the year and ending the year with a celebration of our hard work and the Network in a Dance Marathon. There, our yearly total will be revealed alongside not only our club and community members but also the children we're helping.

 

Data Analytics Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Data Analytics Association is where you can learn more about the fields of Big Data and Data Mining and get first-hand experience on data analysis, modeling, and more. We have a variety of activities such as speakers, competitions, conferences, and short courses on data analysis techniques. Come and join us for a great experience and a learning curve of a lifetime!

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English Ambassadors

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

English Ambassadors is an organization that seeks to mentor current and potential students of English Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in the academic, social, and professional opportunities available to them. More specifically, the English Ambassadors will 1. Give students a voice by serving on the English Curriculum Committee. 2. Mentor incoming (and newly declared) students of English in their degree plans, course selections, and use of CampS programs (such as My Planner). 3. Assist with recruitment activities for prospective students (for example, representing the English department at Majors Fairs, contacting and/or meeting with prospective students). 4. Assist with orientation activities for new students, transfer students, and international students. 5. Raise awareness about different emphases, opportunities, and resources within English. 6. Advise the Director of Undergraduate Studies and the English Department Chair on issues important to students, on advising materials, etc. 7. Encourage involvement and participation in English events. 8. Share their enthusiasm for English with others.

 

Financial Management Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

FMA's purpose shall be to assist in the professional, educational, and social development of college students interested in finance, banking, and investments; provide an association for college students actively interested in these fields; and encourage interaction among business executives, faculty, and students of all majors.

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Future Teachers' Club K-12

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Future Teachers' Club provides opportunities for all education majors to meet professionals in the field of education, volunteer for education-related events, and be a part of a professional education group. Participants will have the opportunity to meet other education majors, participate in various volunteer events, and create lasting relationships.

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Graphic Communications Design Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The purpose of this organization is to create and expand the design culture within UW - Eau Claire and the community as a whole; broaden our practical and professional knowledge of the design field; promote self-improvement and teamwork; grow within and throughout AIGA; create strong networking connections by participating on projects on a community and national level with various artists and designers.

 

History Graduate Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The mission behind the History Graduate Student Association at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is to offer a voice and platform for continuing success for the graduate students in the history department both on and off campus.

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International Business Student Professionals

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

International Business is an exciting career path. We are a group of students and faculty who are interested in learning more about all that the global business environment offers. This group will explore study abroad opportunities, internships and will eventually establish a recruitment base for companies interested in UWEC students who study or have a passion for international business.

 

Mock Trial Team, UWEC

Mock Trial is a highly prestigious academic sport in which teams prepare both sides of a case to present in front of a panel of judges in competition. This academic sport truly tests your ability to think on your feet and form arguments in a constructive manner. Mock Trial is an amazing resume builder and a unique experience where many people meet lifelong friends and forge valuable connections.

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National Student Speech, Language and Hearing Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The National Student Speech-Language-and Hearing Association is an organization for Communication Sciences and Disorders majors and non-majors. Our mission is to get students involved in community activities as well as within-major activities to prepare for future careers in the Health and Human Sciences profession.

 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia - Gamma Beta

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The object of this fraternity shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit, the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in America, and a loyalty to the Alma Mater.

 

Pi Sigma Epsilon

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Pi Sigma Epsilon is the only National Sales, Marketing, and Management organization. Here at UW-Eau Claire, we are focused on the professional sales aspect.

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Pre-Chiropractic Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The Purpose of the UWEC Pre-Chiropractic Club is to: o Informing Pre-Chiropractic students on matters of advancing their education about the profession, new research, and school options. o Educating the community about Chiropractic care. o Building relationships for networking within the profession. o Helping set up interaction with reputable Chiropractors in the area. o Creating new relationships with students of similar interests at UW-Eau Claire. o Provide Volunteer opportunities around the community.

 

Pre-Physical & Occupational Therapy Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The Pre-Physical & Occupational Therapy club will draw students together with a common interest and allow them to learn current information about areas concerning physical and occupational therapy as well as graduate school programs. Students will have the opportunity to volunteer, shadow, and acquire as much knowledge as they wish in the physical and occupational therapy field. Students will learn how to become responsible hard working employees and represent themselves and UWEC at a high level to graduate schools and potential employers.

 

Pre-Professional Health Club, UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Hey Everyone! Thinking about medical, dental, optometry, pharmacy, or PA school? Then come and join the Pre-Professional Health Club! We meet every other Thursday at 5:30 pm in Phillips 119. Get on the right track with tours of professional schools, guest speakers, volunteer opportunities, fun social events to meet other members of the club, advice from your peers. Don't wait...Come to the Pre-Professional Health Club and get ahead of the competition!

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Pre-Vet Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

To provide students that have an interest in a career in veterinary medicine with an active campus club that has members with goals and interests similar to theirs.

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Public Relations Student Society of America

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

We prepare students for future careers in Public Relations through workshops, guest speakers, networking opportunities, and additional hands-on experience.

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Researchers & Innovators Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

We want to create an environment to stimulate research and innovation on the Eau Claire campus. Bringing student innovators and research faculty together we aim to create an increased interest in undergraduate research and encourage a more innovative and entrepreneurial culture across our campus. Our goal is to increase opportunities for research so students can learn outside the classroom setting, and educate students on how they may translate their innovative ideas into marketable and commercial products. We will be discussing such topics as applied research, technology transfer, protection of intellectual property (IP) and IP commercialization. Furthermore, students will be able to refine their research presentation skills with other members of the group and will be able to participate in a forum whereby they are able to discuss their own research as well as ideas they may have for new innovations and/or technologies.

 

Society for Human Resource Management

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

A professional organization designed for any major to learn more about Human Resources.

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Society of Professional Journalists

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Formed in 1974, the Society of Professional Journalists-UWEC Chapter is open to student journalists who intend to enter the field of journalism through newspapers, magazines, press or syndicate services, professional or business publications, radio/television, or education.

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Student Accounting Society

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

As a member of SAS, you have the chance to explore the numerous possibilities an accounting career has to offer. We meet every Tuesday night at 6:30 PM. Our meetings give you a great chance to meet with professionals who are from many different areas of accounting and finance. We also provide an abundant amount of networking activities by hosting socials. These social events allow you to meet and learn more about specific companies and your peers. A huge benefit of being a member of SAS is our socials that take place before our meetings at 6:00 PM. A company will generally bring in food, and you will be given the chance to not only ask them questions but also get to know them better as well. SAS is a great opportunity to network and find friends with similar interests, so we hope to see you there!

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Student Association for Computing Machinery

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Our mission is to expand the knowledge in the computer science degree as well as provide social opportunities to make for a stronger community.

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Student Athletic Trainers Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The mission of the Student Athletic Trainer’s Association is to promote the profession of athletic training by covering athletic events on campus and through service to the community. 

Student National Environmental Health Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The Student National Environmental Health Association is a professional club at UW-Eau Claire that helps bridge the information gap between college and environmental/public health careers. We have meetings every other week in which we discuss issues in the field, upcoming events and often invite guest professionals to gain perspectives of the broad range of environmental/public health jobs. We participate in activities such as highway clean-up, Earth Week, Recyclemania and various projects with the Eau Claire - City-County Health Department.

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Student Nurses Association, Eau Claire

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

Eau Claire Student Nurses Association (ECSNA) is an organization for nursing or pre-nursing students. Our monthly meetings are a way for students to hear about different aspects of nursing from guest speakers. We do volunteer work in and around the community. ECSNA is also involved in a stethoscope and apparel sale for students on campus as well. We are located at both the Eau Claire campus and at our Marshfield site.

Women and Gender Minorities in STEM

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

This society aims to support, encourage, and inspire women and gender minorities in all fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, and to create a friendly and welcoming environment across the campus departments for all students. The group will provide resources, host events, and connect students to peers and mentors, fostering professional growth and a sense of community.

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Women In Information Technology Systems

UWEC Campus Organizations
Academic & Professional

The Women in Information Technology Systems (WITS) organization has been established to support and promote women in information technologies and encourage women to study computer science and/or other information systems. WITS is dedicated to helping women gain self-confidence and "computer confidence" by becoming involved in activities and projects that enable women to skillfully and comfortably use information technologies. This includes activities such as mentoring or role modeling, monitoring the status of women in industrial and academic computing through guest speakers and company tours, and promoting communication among women in information technologies.

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American Chemical Society

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

The American Chemical Society - Student Affiliate is an academic club that is oriented to students interested in chemistry. We offer information about graduate programs, internships, and research opportunities as well as providing an environment in which students are able to meet others from their major or of similar interests.

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Biology Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

Our goal is to inform students about current studies and careers related to biological sciences. Biology Club strives to get students involved in the community and environmental service events as well as attending informational seminars and programs. Beyond these goals, we aim to build a community of people interested in all forms of biology. 

 

Clarinet Studio Organization

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

Clarinet Studio Organization, or CSO, is in tandem with the UW- Eau Claire class MUSI 257/457, taught under Dr. Melissa Koprowski. We aim to enhance the experience of our clarinet studio by expanding our repertoire, taking outings to see concerts and masterclasses, and providing music services to the Eau Claire and greater Chippewa Valley area, including supporting an annual Clarinet Day, hosted on campus where all clarinet enthusiasts can attend.

 

Collegiate National Association for Music Educators

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

CNAfME is a professional organization that serves its members with information which will better prepare them for entry into music education. Our goal is to promote and educate future music teachers and help them develop and grow as an educator. We also support our music department on campus, by helping with the lobby concert, audition days, and other music events on campus.

 

Communication and Journalism Organization

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

CJO is a fun UW-Eau Claire student organization dedicated to making connections, visiting places of career interest, learning life skills, and becoming a community through socials and common passions. We are open to all majors and minors. Come and check out CJO!

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English Festival

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

English Festival is an event planning organization at UW-Eau Claire whose goal is a year-long celebration of English studies. We partake in the nuts and bolts of event planning such as: inviting authors or speakers, reserving an event space, placing catering orders, and creating and hanging posters as advertisements. We organize events for students, faculty, and staff at UW-Eau Claire and for community members of the greater Chippewa Valley, and our events are always free!

Geography & Anthropology Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

To unite all individuals interested in Geography and Anthropology.

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Geology Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

All Geology majors and minors are automatically members of the Geology Club. We work to create a collegial environment among our members and share a love of rocks!

 

Kinesiology Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

The goal of Kins Club is to provide Kinesiology students with opportunities to explore career paths, meet other students within the major, network with professors and professionals, get involved in the community, and stay current with what is happening in the field.

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Math Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

The UW-Eau Claire Math Club is a gathering of students who are interested in and enjoy mathematics. Math club provides and encourages a friendly environment for every student who is interested in mathematics, including those who are good at mathematics and those who need assistance.

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National Band Association Collegiate Chapter, UW-Eau Claire

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

National Band Association is an organization dedicated to promoting the band movement in America. UW-Eau Claire is the Alpha chapter of the Collegiate National Band Association, and we strive to promote the UW-Eau Claire bands. Anyone with an interest in band, whether it is wind, jazz, marching, polka, dance...anything that is a "band" is welcome!

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Philosophy Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

We are aimed towards increasing public awareness and understanding of philosophy and philosophical issues, providing support for individuals in the field of philosophy, and forming a comfortable community for individuals interested in the field of philosophy.

 

Psychology Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

The purpose of Psychology club is to be a tool for professional development and career exploration for students interested in psychology. This includes i. Opportunities for networking with psychology faculty, psychology graduate students, and professionals in the community. ii. Opportunities to participate in service opportunities related to careers in psychology iii. Exposure to psychological research We also strive to offer social opportunities for our members to engage with other students interested in psychology.

 

Society of Physics Students

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

Society of Physics Students We are the local chapter of a National Society of Physics Students organization. We encourage everyone interested in having fun with science to join our adventures!

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Student Support Services Advisory Board

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Department

To enhance the quality of the Student Support Services program by organizing social activities and community service projects involving the program participants. Some activities we plan include a beginning of the year cookout, Halloween party, and holiday potluck dinner. Examples of our community outreach include helping out with Habitat for Humanity, cleaning parks on Youth Service Day, and sending cards to U.S. Military Service and the elderly.

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Flip Side, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Media

The Flip Side is a publication dedicated to providing an alternative news media outlet and forum on the UW-Eau Claire campus by welcoming the writings, views, and involvement of all students and community members. By reporting on news, perspectives, and opinions on local, national, and international issues, we seek to develop participatory democracy and freedom of speech.

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None of the Above

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Media

NOTA is the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire's literary and fine arts publication. NOTA features the creative work of students; its content is determined by students, and it is run and made by students. It is also funded by students, and that's why you read it for free.

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Television 10

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Media

TV-10 originated when the campus cable system was installed in the fall of 1975. Its intent was to provide students with the opportunity to explore the field of television production and to promote interest in this type of media. TV-10 was one of the first completely student-run television stations in the country. TV-10 currently airs an array of popular movies and original programming. TV-10 hires employees once a semester during the TV-10 Open House. Positions available in programming, creative, news, and sports. If you are interested in working for TV-10, contact the Station Manager.

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WUEC - FM 89.7 Campus Radio Station

UWEC Campus Organizations
Campus Media

WUEC-FM is a radio station that is proudly licensed by the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents on behalf of UW-Eau Claire. The student organization programs a three-hour weekly program called Blugold Radio, which features news, interviews, and arts of UW-Eau Claire students and faculty as well as the Chippewa Valley. The small paid staff oversees a large group of volunteers which manages the weekly broadcast, the publicity surrounding it, and special events designed to highlight UWEC and its culture. WUEC-FM is affiliated with Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR). When not being used for student-operated programming, WUEC-FM broadcasts various Wisconsin Public Radio programs by WPR broadcasters.

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African Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

The African Students Association (ASA) of the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire comprises a group of students of African and non-African descent dedicated to the education of the Eau Claire community at large of the different cultures that comprise the African continent. ASA also provides a network of support for African students at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire and serves as a source of information for any member of the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire community interested in learning about Africa. The African Students Association is a service as well as a social organization which aims to rid misconceptions concerning Africa through education.

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Black Student Alliance, UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

A diverse experience that invites all ethnic backgrounds to engage in a progressive unification of collegiate diversity. The collaborate effort of Black students in alliance with non-Black students to stimulate a powerful and continual inspiration towards meaningful accomplishments.

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Chinese Students and Scholars Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

Chinese Students and Scholars Association aims to promote understanding of Chinese Culture by organizing campus-wide events. For example, board games, traditional festival celebration; to draw together students with the common interest of Chinese culture; to provide a recreational outlet for all students, faculty, staff, as well as interested of visiting scholars, from various parts of the world and to organize trips around the US in order to introduce US culture to the international students. CSSA is open to anyone who supports these aims regardless of ethnicity, religion, or political persuasion.

 

Der Deutsche Verein

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

Der Deutsche Verein (German Club) is a fun and inclusive club for anyone interested in learning more about the culture, language, and society in German-speaking countries. No German knowledge is required. Wir freuen uns, wenn Sie dabei sein könnten!

 

Hmong Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

The Hmong Student Association (HSA) was created: To play an active role in providing social and mutual support for all members of the association; To promote and enhance academic and leadership skills of Hmong American students in higher education; To assist UW-Eau Claire in increasing its number of enrollment and graduation of Hmong American students; To advocate for the inclusion of Hmong-related curricula at UW-Eau Claire; and To promote awareness of Hmong culture, history and language within HSA, the campus and throughout the broader Eau Claire community.

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International Student Association

The International Student Association (ISA) is one of the many student organizations at UWEC dedicated to making the college experience more culturally enriching. Both international and domestic students are able to join. It is an organization for every single student to participate. Our goal is to promote friendship between people of any and all cultures, and to close the gap between domestic and international students here on campus. 

 

Inter-Tribal Student Council

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

The Inter-tribal Student Council (ITSC) provides a forum for all American Indian students and friends to share their ideas and to express their personal, academic and professional support for each other while assisting in the promotion of awareness and understanding for Native cultures and indigenous issues across the campus and throughout the local and regional communities.

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Japanese Cultural Society

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

Japanese Culture Society is a group for all Japanese language and culture enthusiasts. Anyone is welcome to join; you don't need to speak Japanese!

 

Korean Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

This organization was officially recognized in May of 2004. The purpose of this organization is to help new Korean students adjust to UW-Eau Claire and the environment. In addition, the Korean Student Association wishes to expose Korean culture to communities on and off-campus. If you are interested in more information or want to join this organization please call or email the Advisor or President.

 

Le Salon Francais

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

Le Salon Français strives to promote the study of French language and culture by immersing students in French language and cultural events in and around the Eau Claire area. It also strives to build lasting relationships among students who share an interest in the francophone world.

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Malaysian Abroad Diversified

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

Malaysian Abroad Diversified is a multicultural club established in Spring 2010. Our club is open to anyone and everyone who is interested in Malaysian culture, meeting new people, and more importantly, to have fun in everything. Our mission: - To unite as friends and serve as a support system to all Malaysian students. - To promote Malaysian Culture through events and activities. - To create leadership opportunities and encourage networking. - To have fun

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PRIDE

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

Campus Pride is an organization for those interested in becoming active in LGBTQIA or Queer studies, issues, and outreach. We are active in helping to build a stronger LGBTQ+ student community.

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Spanish Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

We exist to learn, practice, and develop the Spanish language and culture through interaction with other students, professors, and the community of Eau Claire.

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Latinx Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

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Students Organizing for Community Action

UWEC Campus Organizations
Cultural & Identity

Students Organizing for Community Action is a group made up of Eau Claire students and community members who are passionate about addressing inequalities. Our goal is to make a more inclusive campus where students can learn and live peacefully together.

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The Lookout

UWEC Campus Organizations
Event Programming

 

University Activities Commission

UWEC Campus Organizations
Event Programming

The UAC is the University Activities Commission -- the campus-wide events programming board at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Student programmers select, promote and produce a wide variety of cultural, educational and entertainment programs for the university community. An all-volunteer, award-winning commission of the Student Senate, the UAC receives part of the segregated student fee budget to support its activities, which means that UW-Eau Claire students may attend UAC programs at no charge or at significantly reduced cost. Membership in the University Activities Commission is open to all UW-Eau Claire students. Meet new people, make new friends, and gain valuable experience in the UAC. We're the people who bring you fun! Committee meeting times and committee descriptions are posted within the Student Organizations and Leadership Center, Davies Center 220 and on their individual web pages. Stop in the UAC Office, come to a meeting to get involved, email UAC, or give us a call at (715) 836-2787.

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Catalysts

UWEC Campus Organizations
Governance & Politics

The Catalysts are a non-partisan student activist political organization dedicated to providing a platform of opposing viewpoints to come together to have a civil and educated discussions on political, social, economic and moral ideas and policies. The Catalysts operate under three founding pillars: Education, Awareness, Reform.

 

College Democrats

UWEC Campus Organizations
Governance & Politics

The official branch of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin on campus.

 

College Republicans

UWEC Campus Organizations
Governance & Politics

The College Republicans have four main goals: 1) Elect Republicans 2) Promote Conservative Values 3) Create Future Leaders 4) Have Fun ***We meet every Thursday at 6 pm in Centennial 1204

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Student Senate

UWEC Campus Organizations
Governance & Politics

The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Student Senate is the student governmental body charged with governing duties under Wis. State Statute 36.09(5). We are responsible for overseeing the allocation of over eleven million dollars of student funds and forming and reviewing policy regarding student life, interests, and services on campus. We have 32 voting members, each of whom are elected annually for a one year term. Contact our Program Assistant Stephanie Pyykola at pyykolsk@uwec.edu, (715) 836-4646 or just stop in at Davies 220B if you are interested in joining.

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NextGen America

UWEC Campus Organizations
Governance & Politics

NextGen is an organization that will function to promote advocacy, help bring awareness and educate the youth about social-political issues. This organization also has the mission to increase non- partisan voter turnout on the UW- Eau Claire campus.

Alpha Xi Delta - Epsilon Alpha

UWEC Campus Organizations
Greek Life

Alpha Xi Delta started out as a local sorority in 1941 when the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire was a state teacher’s college. This local sorority was called Sigma Pi Kappa. Through a decree issued by the President of the college, the girls received permission to form their group providing its principles were based upon service to the school, bonded friendship of all the girls in the college, and purely democratic ideals. Although the first meetings were of an informal nature the name, purpose, mottos, and constitution were adopted which laid the foundation for the group. Soon the necessity of immediately enlarging the group arose. Several new members were appointed active members without the usual rushing and pledging. During the remainder of the semester and the following summer the Sigma Pi Kappa's further established themselves through activities such as rushing of pledges, purchasing pledge pins, designing active pins and composing sorority songs. In 1964 the women of Sigma Pi Kappa started seeking to become national and in 1965 they became national under the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Alpha Xi Delta. Our charter started with 50 girls, then in the 1970's the members increased to 75 girls. The Epsilon Alpha chapter has always strived to live by the ideals of our founders. The Epsilon Alpha chapter is just as strong today as it was years ago. We look forward to many more wonderful years and memories with all our sisters in Alpha Xi Delta.

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Delta Sigma Phi - Eta Omicron

UWEC Campus Organizations
Greek Life

We are a brotherhood dedicated to the improvement of ourselves, our community, our college, our nation, and our world. This dedication is seen in our motto; "Better Men, Better Lives."

 

Delta Tau Delta

UWEC Campus Organizations
Greek Life

Delta Tau Delta consistently ranks among the top of all Fraternities with regards to academics. Delta Tau Delta is a value driven organization, and we strive to make all of our decisions based on our mission and values. Our members live by the principles of integrity, accountability, truth, and courage. Building a fraternity around these values sets forth the expectations for how the fraternity will run and the behavior in the fraternity. Bringing these values into our Brotherhood allow for personal and organizational accountability and overall excellence. Join the ranks of thousands of Delts. Over 143,000 men have been initiated into Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. These men are doctors, lawyers, teachers, athletes, musicians, senators, businessmen, fathers, grandfathers, mentors, advisors, etc. Becoming a Delt offers you an instant connection between these men and you, a connection that could result in some phenomenal life experiences and advice. Not only are these men Delts, they also give back to their organization. Delta Tau Delta is the #1 Fraternity in terms of per member giving and has one of the largest fraternity Educational Foundations in the world.

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Delta Zeta - Epsilon Omega

UWEC Campus Organizations
Greek Life

Delta Zeta is a social sorority founded on scholarship, sisterhood, and service. The Epsilon Omega Chapter is the longest standing Greek organization on campus. We uphold or scholarship by requiring all women to maintain a GPA of 2.7 or higher. Our sisterhood is strengthened through movie nights, game night and other events. As a sorority, we volunteer locally in Eau Claire and support our national philanthropies. Most of all we are a family who supports each other and builds each other up. Delta Zeta is enriching the lives of each of our members.

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Interfraternity Council

UWEC Campus Organizations
Greek Life

The goal of IFC is to maintain relationships between the campus and fraternity chapters, as well as improving Fraternal Life.

 

Panhellenic Council

UWEC Campus Organizations
Greek Life

The PanHellenic Council (PHC or Panhel) is the governing body for the three women’s sororities on campus. PHC consists of a President and six chair positions including Public Relations, Finance and Marketing Chair, Social Chair, Recruitment Chair, Philanthropy and Service Chair and Scholarship and Education Chair. Each chapter elects or appoints delegates to attend the PHC weekly meetings and discuss issues important to the entire sorority community. PHC seeks to provide quality educational programs, service opportunities, and social events for member chapters. In addition, PHC also coordinates the fall recruitment program. During recruitment, non-affiliated women are invited to visit with women from each chapter and learn more about sorority life at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire.

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Phi Gamma Delta - Epsilon Chi

UWEC Campus Organizations
Greek Life

The International Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta is a social fraternity on campus. Our motto is,"Friendship is the sweetest influence" and if you become acquainted with the brothers, you will realize why. Phi Gamma Delta is commonly referred to as "FIJI". The group helps to maintain academic excellence, to satisfy all service learning hours, to develop leadership skills, and to create a vast social network between undergrads and graduates. FIJI is not just for college days alone.

 

Sigma Sigma Sigma - Gamma Lambda

UWEC Campus Organizations
Greek Life

We are a sorority that lives by our values, especially our motto, Ever Forward: To ensure the perpetual bond of Friendship, to develop strong womanly Character, and to promote high standards of Conduct. Our philanthropy is the March of Dimes and the Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation, and our insignia is "Faithful Unto Death".

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Alpha Lambda Delta - Phi Eta Sigma

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma are each recognized separately at the national level as Honor Societies who provide opportunities for students excelling in their first year of College. Entry is based on having a GPA or 3.5 or above. This organization participates in many service activities around campus and is the epitome of young leadership.

Delta Phi Alpha

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

The National German Honor Society, Delta Phi Alpha, seeks to recognize excellence in the study of German and to provide an incentive for higher scholarship. The Society aims to promote the study of the German language, literature and civilization, and endeavors to emphasize those aspects of German life and culture which are of universal value and which contribute to man's eternal search for peace and truth.

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Gamma Theta Upsilon - Delta Tau

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

Gamma Theta Upsilon (GTU) is an international honor society in geography. Gamma Theta Upsilon was founded in 1928 and became a national organization in 1931. Members of GTU have met academic requirements and share a background and interest in geography. GTU chapter activities support geography knowledge and awareness.

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Golden Key International Honor Society

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

As an international honor society with more than 400 chapters at colleges and universities around the world, Golden Key is committed to a high standard of scholastic achievement, leadership, and service. With more than 2 million members, including honoraries like Desmond Tutu, Elie Wiesel, and Bill Clinton, Golden Key carries an esteemed legacy of achievement. Members are a community with a linkage to widely respected individuals and ideals all part of the continuum of excellence. Golden Key offers its members exclusive opportunities and connections through $1,000,000 in scholarships and awards, partnerships with major corporations, career advancement, and graduate programs. There are numerous networking opportunities through the local chapter and internationally through the Golden Key website.

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Honors Student Steering Committee

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

The Honors Student Steering Committee is an organization of University Honors Program Students who are coming together to promote the values and goals of the Program. These students work closely with the Director and other administrators in the Honors Program in making decisions that will impact students. This organization is also designed to promote leadership amongst the members, and to create a community.

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Iota Tau Alpha- Beta Alpha Chapter

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

Iota Tau Alpha is an Honor Society for the Athletic Training Education Program that is associated with the National Athletic Trainers' Association. We celebrate scholarly achievement in the field of Athletic Training, Athletic Training Education, and Sports Medicine.

 

Kappa Mu Epsilon (Wisconsin Gamma Chapter)

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

KAPPA MU EPSILON is a national honor society in Mathematics. KME was founded in 1931 to promote the interest of mathematics among undergraduate students. Its chapters are located in colleges and universities of recognized standing which offer a strong mathematics major. The society has grown steadily since its founding and today has one hundred eighteen chapters and approximately sixty-one thousand members in thirty-four states.

Mortar Board

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

Gold Caps became a campus organization in 1970 and was granted a national charter by Mortar Board in 1974 and the chapter was installed into Mortar Board, Inc. in the spring of 1975. The purpose of the Gold Caps chapter of Mortar Board is to promote and maintain a high standard of scholarship, to recognize and encourage leadership, to advance the spirit of service and fellowship, and to promote college loyalty through service to the alma mater. Mortar Board, Inc. is a national network that includes over 200 chapters, 50 alumni chapters, and 25 sections. After graduation, members are encouraged to keep their names and addresses current with the National Office. Since 1918, over 200,000 college seniors have been initiated into the Mortar Board tradition of scholarship, leadership, and service.

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National Society of Collegiate Scholars

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

The purpose of our organization is to perpetuate scholarship, leadership, and community service. NSCS is for freshman and sophomore students from across the disciplines who have displayed academic excellence at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Students invited must attain at least a 3.4 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and be in the top 20 percent of your class.

Our organization provides members with opportunities for leadership development, community involvement, and academic achievement. We hold two general meetings each month to accommodate members' busy schedules. The same content is covered at both meetings. We also plan a minimum of one social event and one service event each month. Previous social events have included a trip to the budget theater, team trivia, Dinner with Officers, and a showing at the planetarium. Past service events have included volunteering with Special Olympics, The Community Table, Sojourner House, Empty Bowls, and organizing a book drive and a school supply drive. Additionally, our chapter fundraises to raise money for scholarships for our amazing members! Last year, we were able to offer eight scholarships to UWEC members at a year-end banquet.

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National Society of Leadership & Success-Sigma Alpha Pi

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

The Society is the nation's largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential. Candidacy is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction. With 522 chapters, the Society currently has 649,522 members nationwide. In addition to honorable distinction, the Society provides a step-by-step program for members to build their leadership skills through participation at their campus or online. Upon completion of the program, members receive their leadership certificate and take their place among the top student leaders on their campus and across the country. Members are able to list their affiliation on all statements of personal accomplishment, including their resume. Membership is for life and provides access to benefits including scholarships and awards, exclusive on-campus events, employer recruitment through an online job bank, and discounts on computers, textbooks, grad school prep courses, insurance and much more.

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Order of Omega

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

PURPOSE OF ORDER OF OMEGA To recognize those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities, to encourage them to continue along this line, and to inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment; To bring together outstanding fraternity men and women to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate fraternity affairs. To bring together members of the faculty, alumni, and student members of the institution's fraternities and sororities on a basis of mutual interest, understanding, and helpfulness; To help create an atmosphere where ideas and issues can be discussed openly across Greek lines and to help work out solutions.

 

Phi Alpha Honor Society - Eta Upsilon

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

Phi Alpha exists to recognize and promote scholastic achievement among the students and faculty of the social work program.

 

Phi Alpha Theta - Lambda Omicron

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

We are an honor society for History Enthusiasts alike regardless of majors. We hold events related to history but also work to promote the study of history or just interest in history in general.

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Psi Chi

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

One of the nation's largest honor societies. The purpose of the organization is to advance the science of psychology and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology.

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Sigma Alpha Iota - Epsilon Omicron

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

Sigma Alpha Iota is an international women's music fraternity. Sigma Alpha Iota was founded on June 12, 1903, at the University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Incorporation papers, under the laws of the State of Michigan, were signed December 1, 1904, and recorded December 15, 1904.

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Sigma Delta Pi - National Hispanic Honor Society

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

We are a society of Spanish-speakers who share a love for the Spanish language. Our organization provides extra opportunities to both practice using the language and to engage in meaningful opportunities to use and learn about the language and culture outside of the classroom!

 

Sigma Pi Sigma

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

Sigma Pi Sigma: This is the national honors society that is linked to the National Society of Physics Students organization. Members need to be invited to join, after demonstrating a penchant for a distinguished undergraduate physics college career. 

 

Sigma Tau Delta - Theta Zeta

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

Theta Zeta, Eau Claire's Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta (the international English Honor Society), was founded in January 1956. In addition to the goals of the international society, the Theta Zeta chapter seeks to promote the love of literature and the English language on a local level, to give back to the local and international community, and to have fun with those who share our interest in English language and literature.

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Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society-Delta Phi Student Advisory Board

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

The purpose of DPSAB shall be to improve the health of people by increasing the scientific base of nursing research through Recognition of superior achievement. Recognition of the development of leadership qualities. Fostering high professional standards. Encouraging creative work. Strengthening the commitment to the ideals and purposes of the profession of Nursing. Assist in carrying out the work of the Sigma Theta Tau International, Nursing Honor Society-Delta Phi Chapter

 

Tau Sigma

UWEC Campus Organizations
Honor Societies

National Honor Society for Transfer Students The purpose of this organization will be to recognize the academic achievement of students transferring to an institution of higher learning from another academic institution and to encourage and promote the students’ involvement in the institution to which they have transferred. Members will serve as advocates for both current and prospective transfer students to UW-Eau Claire.

 

Alpha Kappa Delta

UWEC Campus Organizations
Non-Organization Opportunities

 

Beta Alpha Psi

UWEC Campus Organizations
Non-Organization Opportunities

Beta Alpha Psi is the National Honor Society for Accounting, Finance, and Information Systems. Membership in this fraternity is highly regarded among those in the financial information professions. Recruiters view membership in Beta Alpha Psi as a reflection of your involvement, motivation, and scholastic aptitude. Beta Alpha Psi's goals are to promote close ties with business and to serve the community, faculty, and student body.

 

Beta Gamma Sigma

UWEC Campus Organizations
Non-Organization Opportunities

The Mission of the International Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business, to foster personal and professional excellence, to advance the values of the society, and to serve its lifelong members.

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Blugold Marching Band

UWEC Campus Organizations
Non-Organization Opportunities

 

Campus Ambassadors

UWEC Campus Organizations
Non-Organization Opportunities

Ambassadors represent the University at a variety of campus functions on behalf of Admissions, Alumni, and Chancellors Offices. We often give tours to prospective students, parents, alumni, or special guests to the campus. Ambassadors are sometimes the first people visitors meet at the University. We also visit high schools and attend educational fairs in hopes of influencing students to apply for admission to UW-Eau Claire. We help with alumni events and special events as needed on campus. Campus Ambassadors are volunteer students, from freshmen to seniors, who serve under the auspices of the Chancellor's office, the Admissions office and the Alumni Office at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

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Kappa Tau Alpha

UWEC Campus Organizations
Non-Organization Opportunities

Kappa Tau Alpha, a national journalism honor society, was founded at the University of Missouri in 1910. The UWEC chapter was granted its charter on April 28, 1979. The founders of the society believed that their own devotion to high standards of scholarship and professional conduct would be strengthened by union with students who might join with them in such ideals. Election into KTA is based solely on scholarship and good character. Students are eligible and invited for membership in KTA if they have completed five resident semesters of university study, nine credits of professional courses, and a grade point average of at least 3.6. Selection is made by the faculty with initiation in the spring of each year. If you are interested in more information or would like to join this organization, please call or e-mail the Advisor.

 

Sigma Pi Sigma

UWEC Campus Organizations
Non-Organization Opportunities

Sigma Pi Sigma is the national honors society that is linked to the National Society of Physics Students organization. Members need to be invited to join, after demonstrating penchant for a distinguished undergraduate physics college career.

 

Spectator, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Non-Organization Opportunities

The Spectator is the student newspaper of the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. It began as a weekly tabloid in 1923 and has grown to a broadsheet semiweekly Wisconsin Newspaper Association and Pacemaker Award winner. The Spectator is published in print on Thursdays during the school year except for vacations and holidays. Distribution on campus is free. The Spectator is a university publication published under the authority granted to the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. The Spectator is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.

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American Choral Directors Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

To promote excellence in choral music through performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching. In addition, ACDA strives through arts advocacy to elevate choral music's position in American society.

 

Audacious

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

We are an all-female group based out of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Our mission is to promote positive images and empowerment of women through our music.

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Callisto

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

Callisto is an all female a capella group centered on friendship and connectedness. They celebrate the unique talents each member adds to the group.

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Concert Dance Company

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

The Purpose of the Concert Dance Company is to stimulate interest and active participation in various types of dance in order to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of the art. To watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak!

 

Eau Claire Concert Choir-UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

The purpose of Concert Choir is to promote professionalism and excellence through choral music. This organization strives to represent the University on local, national, and international stages as well as continue to grow as individuals within a community.

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Fifth Element

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

We are a 6 person mixed a cappella group based out of the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire.

 

Forensics/Pi Kappa Delta

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

An honorary organization for students active in competitive forensics.

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Impromptu

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

Impromptu is a 9-piece mixed A Cappella group from Wisconsin's Singing University, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

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Innocent Men, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

The Innocent Men is The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's premiere all-male a cappella group. In 1985, six members of the men's glee club, The Singing Statesmen, decided to sing “For the Longest Time” at the annual talent competition. The tune is from Billy Joel’s album "An Innocent Man", which inspired the group’s name. In an attempt to capture their audience and unify their style, the original members wore red Converse All Stars (A.K.A. "Chucks"). The style stuck, and every generation of “I-Men” that succeeded the original six have since donned a pair of these classic sneakers. Every semester, all seven members spend a week with middle- and high-school students with the goal of inspiring them to experience and support music throughout their futures. In January 2016, the group released "identity," their eighth full-length album since their recording debut in 1996. The group also received "Audience Favorite" at National Harmony Sweepstakes Chicago Contest two years in a row (2015 and 2016).

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Players, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

The Players is a student organization affiliated with the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire. We proudly present fresh and new student works outside of the University’s regularly scheduled Mainstage Productions. We provide the unique opportunity for students to write, direct, design, and perform in student productions. Along with our shows, we host events like the 24 Hour Project, Living Statues, The Grand Back-talking Picture Show, and aid in the promotion of University Shows. To promote involvement and appreciation of the arts as well as the student-produced material of quality in a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere that provides outlets for expression.

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Searchlight A Capella

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

Searchlight is a mixed a cappella group dedicated to raising awareness for mental health and body positivity.

 

Singing Statesmen, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

The Singing Statesmen is an all-male choral ensemble from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Started in 1967 by Morris Hayes, the Statesmen is comprised of 60 students from various academic backgrounds and is currently under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Joosten. Because The Singing Statesmen promise to deliver songs with the utmost musicality, they enjoy a healthy attendance at each concert they perform. Annually, the Statesmen participate in the Homecoming Varsity Show and the Viennese Ball.

 

Women's Concert Chorale

UWEC Campus Organizations
Performing

The Women’s Concert Chorale specializes in the study and performance of music written specifically for treble ensembles. The group is comprised of female students from many scholastic disciplines within the University. In addition to regular concerts during the school year, the group tours annually, performing significant works from the breadth of music’s historical periods. Friendship in the study of literature written specifically for the uniquely beautiful sound of female voices and excellence in performance characterize the work and long tradition of the Women’s Concert Chorale.

 

Badminton Club, UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

Meeting new people through the same activity, creating a congenial atmosphere, sharing the same passion for the sport, & improve the playing standard of badminton

 

Basketball Club, UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

The purpose of Blugold Basketball Club offers all the chance to both trains & play with fellow basketball lovers year round, as well as giving members the chance to enjoy our highly social culture. Meanwhile, we will also offer opportunities to play against other college basketball organizations. We will mentor students how to play basketball in elementary school as well. In addition, our club will be organizing a few games that playing with faculty staff to enhance the relationship between students and faculty staff. Our club is looking for participating the NCBBA season next year (2019-2020). Lastly, our Blugold Basketball Club will create some pickup games with several high schools to have fun with students and communicate after the end of the game to share about UW-Eau Claire College life.

 

Billiards Club, Student

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

The purpose of this organization is to promote the game of pocket billiards on the UWEC campus, to instruct students on the fundamentals of the game, to provide a place where students can compete against one another in a fun and safe environment, to make friends with one another, and to raise money for the organization.

 

Blugold Boarding Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

Our club will serve as a community hub for skating and boarding here on campus. As skating and boarding is mostly a solo activity, having a club to cater to events and help with community outreach programs.

 

Blugold League of Legends

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

Blugold League of Legends is a student organization based around the game of League of Legends, we hope to create an active campus community where the game can be played, discussed, and enjoyed. This is a student organization for both the newest players to the oldest veterans, all levels of play are welcome.

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Blugold Racquetball Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

BluRac is a Racquetball Organization that meets every week, plays matches against other members, and hosts tournaments for members every semester. No equipment or experience required to play: all new members can learn from veteran members and equipment can be rented for free through McPhee during open recreation hours. Come join our awesome new organization: BluRac!

Changing Health, Attitudes, + Actions to Recreate Girls

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

CHAARG's goal is to ignite a passion in college-aged girls for health + fitness. CHAARG liberates girls from the elliptical + shows them that fitness can [+ SHOULD] be fun! Every girl has her own definition of fun, so CHAARG creates opportunities for CHAARG girls to "find their fit." This is done by pairing up with local studios once a week to lead a workout, whether it be kickboxing, yoga, or salsa dancing – and everything in between. CHAARG also places a great emphasis on mental health + ensuring college girls have the tools to take care of themselves both mentally + physically. CHAARG is a national organization that is currently at 50+ schools + continuing to grow.

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Curling Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

The purpose of the UWEC Curling Club is to draw together students with the common interest of curling (experienced and curious), to keep students abreast of the sport of curling, to develop a clear understanding and an awareness of the scope of curling, and to compete with other schools in the name of UWEC.

 

Eau Climbers

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

Eau Climbers is to provide opportunities for experienced and new climbers to experience indoor climbing. We actively participate in WICS climbing competitions and encourage members to improve their climbing.

 

Gamers' Guild

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

We provide a place for people who enjoy board games, card games, and roleplaying games a place to meet up with others of similar interest. Meetings are a great way to connect with people and hopefully find friends to play with outside of the club.

myTEAM TRIUMPH: Campus Chapter

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

myTEAM TRIUMPH helps build inclusive communities by pushing and running with handicap individuals through races. Students who join the myTEAM TRIUMPH campus chapter will get the chance to connect with local community members, meet new students, and experience the amazing feeling of crossing a finish line at races like the Eau Claire Marathon.

 

Rod and Gun Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

The campus at UW-Eau Claire is surrounded by some of the best outdoor recreation opportunities in the Midwest. This is why students created the Rod and Gun organization in 1996. Through the organization, members discuss current environmental issues as well as share their adventures in the great outdoors. Members are active with many projects most of which help restore and maintain Wisconsin’s great outdoor recreation heritage. Members can benefit by creating friendships that go further than four years, while also being able to enjoy something that is usually left at home while going to college… the outdoors. If you have ever enjoyed the outdoors in the past or have always wanted to give some new activities a try, become a member of the UWEC Rod and Gun.

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Ski and Snowboard Club, UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

We are an organization dedicated to making the winters in Eau Claire enjoyable for everyone who skis, snowboards, or has any interest in learning either of these.

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Swim Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Recreational

Swim Club is a competitive swimming club that is open to all students! The more the merrier! Previous competitive swimming experience isn't required, but it is beneficial. It's a great way to get involved with the Eau Claire community and make friends with fellow swimmers!

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Alpha Phi Omega - Eta Lambda

UWEC Campus Organizations
Service

Looking to make new friends, gain leadership opportunities, and help the community in the process! APO is for you! We are a group dedicated to leadership, friendship, and service, and we love meeting new people! We are proud to be all inclusive and offer community service opportunities tailored to our members. Our big initiatives include the bi-annual blood drive, St. Baldrick's, our recruitment activities as well as plenty of other events! We offer fellowship activities such as bowling, hiking, movie nights and more to help build strong friendships within the group. Currently, we do offer opportunities to get your service-learning requirement, which you need to fulfill before you can graduate. Alpha Phi Omega is one the largest co-ed service fraternity in the nation, as well as the oldest organization on campus!. Founded in 1926 in Pennsylvania on the principles of Scouting, we have distinguished alumni such as former President Bill Clinton!

 

American Red Cross

UWEC Campus Organizations
Service

The American Red Cross Club at UW-Eau Claire is a volunteer organization that supports the Red Cross mission statement of, “working to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors”. This organization specializes in disaster relief, disaster education, lifesaving blood and blood products, support for the armed forces, and emergency skills. Eau Claire’s chapter of the American Red Cross Club is one of three collegiate organizations throughout Wisconsin. Students unite to serve their community through volunteerism in local blood drives, community disaster relief, and much more. The club extends to an international level by fundraising for measles vaccinations across the globe. The American Red Cross club at UW-Eau Claire does not discriminate and vows to always serve others in the face of disaster.

 

Best Buddies

UWEC Campus Organizations
Service

Best Buddies is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Best Buddies Colleges pairs people with intellectual disabilities in one-to-one friendships with college students. Without friends and family, we are alone. In the past, individuals with intellectual disabilities have not had the opportunity to have friends outside of their own environment. By becoming a College Buddy, you can create a meaningful friendship with an adult in the community with an intellectual or developmental disability.

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Circle K Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Service

Live to Serve, Love to Serve!

 

Community Care Allies

UWEC Campus Organizations
Service

Community Care Allies is a student organization at UWEC aimed at connecting community members with basic needs assistance. We work with local clinics such as the Chippewa Valley Free Clinic to determine the needs of patients and actively connect them with community resources to meet those needs. In addition, we volunteer our time to make these resources as powerful as possible.

 

Music & Memory Organization

UWEC Campus Organizations
Service

The purpose of Music & Memory is to promote and carry out the mission of the parent Music & Memory non-profit organization, which is to bring personalized music into the lives of people with a wide range of cognitive and physical challenges through digital music technology, vastly improving quality of life. Further, we would like to help advocate for Music & Memory’s goal of making this form of personalized therapeutic music a standard of care throughout the healthcare industry.

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Optimist Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Service

The University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire Optimist Club strives to develop optimism as a philosophy of life utilizing the tenets of the Optimist Creed. This organization's goal is to make the future brighter by bringing out the best in children, in their communities, and in themselves. By providing hope and positive vision, Optimists bring out the best in kids.

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Wishmakers on Campus

UWEC Campus Organizations
Service

Gain your service learning and a good feeling when you join UWEC Wishmakers! We are part of Make-A-Wish Wisconsin and strive to benefit the foundation and help grant wishes!

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ACLU - Student Alliance

The ACLU - Student Alliance is an org to strive to provide distinct training and educational sessions to educate students on their rights protected under the constitution such as voting rights, free speech, student rights and ect. We would also like to serve as an organization where students can share concerns and engage in conversation pertaining to student’s constitutional rights predominately impacting students at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire.

American Sign Language Honor Society

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Anyone interested in ASL is encouraged to get involved! Our mission is to get more involved with the Deaf community while surrounded by other students and local individuals that share the same passion for ASL. There are several opportunities per semester that allow us to do just that, but no one is required to attend them all. This is a relaxed org that wants to get involved in the Deaf world and help ASL become a more common second language.

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ANDTalk

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

ANDTalk publicises interests and ideas, usually in the form of short powerful talks - ranging from research to global issues.

Anime Appreciation Society

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

We strive to experience Japanese culture through their animation in a group setting. Meetings are Mondays and Wednesdays from 7-10pm. Mondays we focus on looking at movies. Wednesdays we reserve for the full series that we watch for the whole semester.

Art Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The Art Student Association was formed on the UWEC campus in April 1975. The purposes of the organization are to promote visual arts within the campus and the community at large, to organize and sponsor a variety of art events, to recommend further development and utilization of educational opportunities for art students, and to develop criteria for the analysis of curriculum offerings so that recommendations can be offered to the art faculty.

Backwards-Thinkers Society, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The Backwards Thinkers are a student-run improvisational theater and comedy group. We perform bi-weekly Thursdays at the Cabin at 8 pm. We have been featured on Blugold Radio, the 24 Hour Project, and other events around Eau Claire. We have also have performed with The Improv Lab and at Huge improv.

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Blu'$ Gold

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Blu'$ Gold is for students of any major. We attract a lot of business majors due to our base in money management, but this is a subject for all students at UWEC. It is essential that students know how to spend money smart, and Blu'$ Gold is a place to learn how! Become a department rep for YOUR major, and build your resumé by joining our student organization.

Blugold Athletic Band

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The Blugold Athletic Band’s main goal is to bring together a group of students who are enthusiastic about Blugold athletics and band. The organization attends the majority of the basketball games and provides an exciting pep band performance, as well as a positive and supportive atmosphere for UW-Eau Claire student-athletes.

Blugold Mile, UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The UWEC's Blugold Mile is an organization that provides leadership and volunteer opportunities for students interested in event planning, marketing, communications, and more as the organization grows, all while promoting an active and healthy lifestyle leading up to and during the Blugold Mile event.

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College Cancer Collaborative - Hope in Motion

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

UWEC Colleges Against Cancer is a group dedicated to fighting back against cancer and promoting awareness about the disease. Our biggest event of the year is Hope in Motion. Other events include, but are not limited to, Baking for Boobs, Wienie For The Wasted, Great American Smoke Out, Oncology Unit visit through Sacred Heart Hospital and Hope Lodge Visit. "One step at a time, we ARE making the difference."

College Feminists

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The College Feminists provide an opportunity for students, members of the UWEC campus community, and the greater Eau Claire community to support gender equity. The organization is intended to be organic in that it changes over time according to the needs of the community. There will be social, educational, and activist opportunities. The group also strives to be constructive and collaborative, working with other student and community groups. You do not have to identify as a feminist to join the group and multiple feminisms are represented, so come as you are.

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Computer & Console Gamers Group

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Our mission as a group is to bring together computer and console gamers at UWEC to enjoy a positive social atmosphere through local area network (LAN) parties, informational meetings, and through coordinated competitive events.

Conservationists, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The Purpose of The Conservationists is to increase awareness of the environment in the Eau Claire community and on the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire campus. We seek to achieve our goal by implementing hands-on restoration, ecological education, and productive collaboration with other organizations, thereby returning the environment to its natural state. 

Cosplay and Costuming Guild

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The purpose of this organization is to strive to bring together a community of costumers and crafters from the Eau Claire area in order to learn from each other and grow as craftsmen. We offer a space for like-minded individuals to share their craft, ideas, skills, and expertise in order to improve personally and as a group. We will open our meetings to speakers and community members in order to get a wide range of experiences and skill sets. We will also offer workshops where those interested in creating costumes, props, and accessories can come and try their hand at creating.

Equestrian Club of UWEC - Blugolds Horsin' Around

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The purpose of this organization will be to provide students with a chance to learn more about the care and general knowledge of horses, how to ride, or to continue to pursue their interest in horses and riding while attending UWEC. It is for students who have always shown an affinity for horses and want to learn more about horses and how to improve their riding skills without the element of horse competition or show.

 

History Enthusiasts of UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The organization is a place for History Enthusiasts, regardless of major, to engage in historical events, socialize with like-minded nerds, and learn more about history.

Human Trafficking Abolitionists

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

We are a group of concerned people desiring to increase awareness and equip students, faculty, and other community members to combat human trafficking on multiple fronts. By partnering with established non-profit organizations such as Invisible Children, Hagar International, and Not For Sale Campaign, we are able to effectively address needs of potential, current, and rescued victims.

Love Your Melon Campus Crew

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Love Your Melon is an apparel brand run by college students across the country on a mission to raise money for childhood cancer research, as well as offering support activities for the children and families affected by cancer.

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MakeUWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

MakeUWEC is an interdisciplinary community of students focused on making new and innovative ideas come to life. We hope to inspire students to troubleshoot projects together, collaborate with others, and discover new interests.

Materials Research Society-UWEC Chapter

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The Materials Research Society is an interactive organization where students gain valuable life experience and prepare for life after college. We also participate in multiple outreach events to foster the community knowledge about materials. We are affiliated with and work very closely with the international MRS organization.

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Military Science and Leadership Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Military Science and Leadership Club trains and develops adaptive and agile leaders capable of success in chaotic and ambiguous environments.

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Model United Nations Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The Model U.N. club is a student organization founded in 1994. The purpose of this group is to discuss international politics and to prepare for Model United Nations conferences. It is also the purpose of MUNC to promote international diversity and to bring together students interested in international politics. It is open to all students who are interested in learning about the United Nations and in participating in Model UN conferences. Every fall term, the club prepares for one of the most prestigious national simulations, the Chicago-based American Model United Nations conference. Although most members of the Model U.N. Club participate in conferences, this is not a requirement for membership.

Net Impact - University of Wisconsin Eau Claire Chapter

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Net Impact - University of Wisconsin Eau Claire Chapter is part of a global community of mission-driven Chapters determined to make a difference. Our Chapter is locally organized and focused on the interests of our community. We focus on issues such as; world hunger, income inequality, and the national debt. Come join our group to be the change you want to see.

Operation Smile Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Operation Smile Club is a student local branch of the international organization Operation Smile, who provides pro-bono surgeries for children with children with cleft lip and/or palate in need. The club is a way for students on the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire campus to raise money and awareness for the national organization as well as promote leadership and service to our school and community.

Organization for Meditation

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

OM's goal is to promote self-care through meditation and mindfulness. This group is open to students, faculty, and community members. You may join us if you have no experience meditating, or already have an established practice.

Photography Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Photography Club is committed to helping student's express their passion for photography at UWEC.

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Pre-Law Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The Pre-Law Club is a group of like-minded individuals with an interest in law and the Constitution. Our goal is to invite, prepare, educate and restore students choosing a degree or involvement suitable for the law.

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Progressive Students and Alumni

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The purpose of this organization is to serve as a hub for progressive thought and action on the Eau Claire campus as well as in the Eau Claire area, paying special attention to the creation of a reusable format for students to continue the organization for years to come.

Reef Team, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The Reef Team is a group of students who enjoy learning how to maintain aquariums. The team is responsible for the two 125 gallon saltwater reef aquariums on the 3rd floor of Philips Hall. We meet as a team twice a week for general maintenance of the aquariums. This includes water changes, feeding, glass cleaning, cleaning the protein skimmer and occasionally cleaning the filters. No aquarium knowledge required. We are interested in increasing our campus and community outreach opportunities. Our goal this year is to establish more live rock and marine species in Tank 2 and educate others on how intricate and specialized marine ecosystems are.

Student Advocates for Sexual Assault Survivors

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

The mission of Student Advocates for Sexual Assault Survivors is to educate students on topics surrounding sexual assault, consent, and the rights of survivors. Within our student organization, we will strive to fulfill this mission by educational PowerPoints presented at group meetings with topics such as consent, Title IX, the prevalence of sexual assault on college campuses, male survivors, LGBT survivors, survivors of are a POC, sexual assault in relationships, etc. We aim to educate students in our group on how sexual assault can affect people of all identities, the stigmas involved and how people of certain identities may be at a higher risk of assault. We wish to make this group as inclusive as possible so that members of all identities and experiences feel welcomed and accepted. We also wish to review the policies on sexual assault within the UW education system, including Title IX, as well as our local police departments and educate our members on what those policies mean and how they affect students and survivors. We would like to do this by building positive relationships with our own UWEC faculty, UWEC campus police, and the ECPD, so that we may work together to create a better, safer campus. Lastly, we wish to give back to our communities by volunteering with other sexual assault advocacy groups, as well as local women’s/domestic violence shelters.

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Student Ministry of Magic

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

A group designed for the promotion of Witchcraft and Wizardry. We welcome everyone and anyone who loves Harry Potter and want to create a campus that bleeds Red and Gold, Green and Silver, Blue and Bronze, and Yellow and Black.

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Student National Association of Teachers of Singing

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

To encourage the highest standards of the vocal art and of ethical principles in the teaching of singing; and to promote vocal education and research at all levels, both for the enrichment of the general public and for the professional advancement of the talented.

Students for Health Adventure & Physical Education

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

-Help students gain valuable tools to be successful in the future -Unite students with peers, faculty, and professional organizations -Help students realize the importance of professional development and involvement in the field of physical education outside of the classroom

Students for Life

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

UWEC Students for L.I.F.E. exists to promote and protect the idea that life is for everyone. We educate the public concerning life issues and provide compassionate assistance to those facing decisions affecting human life. UWEC Students for LIFE seeks to make a positive impact on campus and in the community in life-affirming ways regarding the impact of abortion and other life issues on the individual, family, community, state, nation, and the international community. In addition, Students for LIFE promotes alternative public policies in areas including, but not limited to, abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia.

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Trumpet Club, UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

Trumpet Club is an organization open to anyone who is interested in learning about the trumpet as a profession and/or a hobby. This group will keep the members excited about practicing and going to see live performances primarily in Eau Claire and the Twin-Cities area. This Club creates an environment that is a support system of people interested in music and the trumpet. We also hope to encourage high school students to attend UW-Eau Claire and play trumpet even if they don't want to pursue a music major. Our mission is to continue the excitement and successes of UWEC trumpet players that has withstood an impressive history of excellence as performers, educators, and overall respectable human beings in whichever endeavor is pursued.

Veterans Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Special Interest

We are here to provide a network of support to military veterans and their families here at UWEC. We also strive to educate the university community regarding the experiences of military veterans, in this way we can help university faculty in meeting the needs of student veterans and prospective student veterans. Lastly, we work to address student veterans concerns through scheduled club meetings, advocacy and community involvement, and social and recreational activities. Through these methods, we hope to enrich the lives of students veterans and the college community at large. 

Athletes in Action

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

Athletes in Action exists to help student-athletes and coaches know who God is and how to compete as a Christian-athlete. Our mission statement is that every athlete on campus knows someone who truly follows Christ.

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Chi Alpha Ministries

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

The purpose of Chi Alpha at UW-Eau Claire is to be a diverse group of Christian students, staff, and associate members who are committed to serving the UW-Eau Claire campus by: ~Sharing in the knowledge of Christ Jesus ~Helping people in their relationship with Jesus Christ & providing training for victorious Christian living, leadership, & excellence ~Introducing members to a local church family & other missions or ministry opportunities ~Making a positive impact on the UWEC campus by developing students, equipped with biblical solutions to contemporary problems, to serve different facets of the UWEC community & ultimately the world

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Cru

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

Cru is an interdenominational Christian group here at UWEC open to all spiritual backgrounds. Our vision is that everyone, all over campus, knows someone who truly follows Jesus Christ. We have a weekly large group meeting, small group Bible studies, fun events, conferences, and summer mission trips. Our weekly meetings are on Thursdays at 8 pm in Hibbard 100. Come and join us for a live band, a short talk, and a fun time meeting with other students.

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DiscipleShip

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

Discipleship is a Christian organization focused on living out Jesus' teachings and living a life devoted to God. We have weekly Bible Talks and Devotionals as well as regularly attend church at the Chippewa Valley Church of Christ, here in Eau Claire.

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In Christ Alone: WELS Campus Ministry

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

The UWEC Chapter of the Lutheran Collegians-Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod was formed in October 1971. This group endeavors to strengthen, reclaim, gain and train students for Christ by encouraging attendance at regular worship services at local churches; providing opportunities for Christian fellowship through various educational and social programs; and sponsoring Christ-centered service projects. Membership is open to all students. Meetings are held at regularly scheduled times, and officers are elected at the last meeting of the spring semester. If you are interested in more information or want to join this organization please call or email the Advisor or President.

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In His Word Bible Study Group

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

In His Word provides the opportunity for students to join in Christian fellowship and strengthen their faith through regular Bible study.

 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

Welcome to a community of college students seeking to have their lives transformed, to be a part of renewing our campus, and to be sent out from college to change the world. InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is an inter-denominational Christian organization on campus that is comprised of students living in a Christlike community. And whether you are a committed follower of Jesus or just want to learn about faith, it is a community that wants to get to know you. A first step? Come to a large group meeting on Monday night at 7 pm in Schofield Auditorium. A deeper step? Email our chapter president, or contact sean.kaiser@intervarsity.org to get connected to a witnessing community in your residence hall or among a people group that you identify with.

 

Latter-Day Saint Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

LDSSA is the Latter-day Saint Student Association. We are the UWEC-sponsored student organization for members of, and others interested in, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

 

Lutheran Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

Lutheran Student Association is an organization of Lutheran students who are devoted to living out Christ's call together. We are a faith community committed to bringing students together in fellowship to serve God and minister to others in Christ's name. We like to do events involving service opportunities primarily, but of course, we have lots of fun with them. We also do fun social outings as well. Some past events: serve meals at Community Table, Relay For Life, CROP Hunger Walk, Bowling. All students of UWEC are welcome to join! We are a very informal group - whatever meetings or events you can make it to, you are always more than welcome.

 

Navigators, The

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

To Know Christ and to Make Him Known

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Newman Student Association

UWEC Campus Organizations
Spiritual

The Newman Student Association is a student group for Catholic students which coordinates numerous social, intellectual, service and spiritual events/activities for students. Students consistently say that NSA provides them with both excellent social support and a deeper grasp of their faith. The mission of the Newman Student Association is to inspire students to grow in their Catholic Faith.

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Baseball Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

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Bowling Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

Competitive and Fun club team. Apart of the Wisconsin Collegiate Bowling Conference, and compete in tournaments around the Midwest. Competing at National Level against teams from all over the nation.

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Cheerleaders and Stuntmen

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The purpose of this organization is to impact our campus and community positively, encourage enthusiasm and school spirit at University events as well as to support the teams whose events we attend, and to positively represent the University at competitions and events on and off campus.

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Cross Country Ski Team

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

We are the UWEC cross-country ski team. We ski, eat pasta, do puzzles, and have fun while the snow falls!

Dance Team

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The UW-Eau Claire Blugold Dance Team is an organization designed to represent the university at competitions and perform at sporting events. The styles we specialize in are contemporary lyrical/jazz and hip hop. We compete against other college dance teams at local and national competitions, and we hold an annual high school dance team competition and clinic here at UW-Eau Claire. The team members are hardworking, dedicated, and talented individuals who LOVE to dance!

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Eau Claire Dodgeball

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

Want to make new friends? Relieve stress? Vent Anger? Get Exercise? Get more involved on campus? Join a sport? Try something new? ... Then come to Eau Claire Dodgeball! Free club sport open for all athletic abilities, male and female. No minimum attendance requirements and always open to new members throughout the year. Come check it out! Like "Eau Claire Dodgeball" on Facebook or email us at eauclairedodgeball@uwec.edu

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Equestrian Show Team, Blugold

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The Blugold Equestrian Show Team competes through the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association in Hunt Seat Equitation and Western Horsemanship Classes as well as Jumping and Reining. We are part of Zone 7 Region 3 and compete against other UW schools, Minnesota schools, and North Dakota. The Equestrian Team was officially recognized as a sports club at UW-EC in 2007. The team holds weekly practices and try-outs are at the beginning of each semester. The team is now riding at Trinity Equestrian Center, coached by Amanda Howe. Amanda is both our Hunt Seat and Western coach.

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Figure Skating Team of UW-Eau Claire

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

To provide members with a chance to skate as an individual, as well as, a part of a synchronized team of UWEC. Our goal is to encourage the participation & enjoyment of figure skating through practice, competition, hockey games, ice shows, and various social events, while surrounded by a fun & positive atmosphere.

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Hwa Rang Do/Tae Soo Do Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The UWEC Hwa Rang Do/Tae Soo Do club is one of the longest-running campus clubs. First started in 1994, it is also the second longest running facility for the martial art in the Midwest. Hwa Rang Do is one of the most comprehensive martial arts programs in existence. We train in everything from Basic Self Defense to Full Sparring programs, including Grappling, Open Hand Fighting, and Weapon Fighting. Hwa Rang Do can trace its martial tradition back 2000 years to the Silla Dynasty in Korea, while its structured martial art program has been around since 1960. The main focus of our training is in personal excellence and growth on all levels.

Men's Hockey Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

Competitive ice hockey team. We participate in the American Collegiate Hockey Association and play teams across the Midwest. Back-to-back Conference Champs.

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Men's Lacrosse

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

To continue to strive for excellence, not only in the field but in all service areas.

Men's Rugby Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

University of Wisconsin Eau Claire Men's Rugby Team. Find us on Facebook where we announce practices, opportunities, and games.

Men's Soccer Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The Men's Soccer Team at the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire strives to compete with the best teams in the Midwest. We compete in the Midwest Alliance Soccer Conference, Great Lakes Division. We have a 20-man roster which is determined during tryouts the week before fall semester starts, and our main season runs from the end of August until the end of October. Like our Facebook page! UWEC Men's Soccer Club.

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Men's Ultimate Frisbee Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

Ultimate Frisbee at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire has evolved quite a bit over the years. The program here at Eau Claire has experienced continued success since the formation of the program in 2000. Now in its 14th year, Ultimate at Eau Claire looks to build upon past years and progress to push ourselves as individuals, as a team, and as a program.

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Men's Volleyball

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

Welcome to the UW-Eau Claire Men's Club Volleyball team page! We strive to create an atmosphere that is friendly and competitive, along with improving individual skills as well as teamwork. We have had a history of success, finishing in the top 10 in the nation 13 out of the past 14 years, with 4 of those years finishing in the top 5. We are working to continue a tradition of success, and to have fun doing it. Please contact us if you have any questions!

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Mixed Martial Arts Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

We are a fun group of individuals from all backgrounds who are passionate about Mixed Martial Arts. Feel free to reach out to us to try out a practice or two!

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Powerlifting Club of UWEC

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The UW Eau Claire Powerlifting Club is a club for beginners through experts who are interested becoming stronger, learning more about the alternative strength sport of powerlifting, and competing in USA Powerlifting (USAPL) sanctioned events at the state and national level.

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Table Tennis Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

We strive to provide a fun environment for players to play, learn, and improve at table tennis. We make an effort to spread table tennis across the UW-Eau Claire campus and into the surrounding community.

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Triathlon Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

Triathlon Club based out of the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. Our goal is to use multi-fitness to create a friendly environment to make it easier and more fun to workout. Prior athletic experience is not required. It is not required to go to all practices! We know students are busy so you can pop in and out as dictated by your schedule. Whatever your goal or level is, we can help you reach it and have fun in the process!

Two to Tango Dance Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

UWEC Two to Tango Dance Club was formed in the Fall of 1993 by members of Katherine Thomas Hall. This organization is open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members in an effort to foster and stimulate active participation in various types of social dance through rehearsals and formal dance occasions. Check out our website http://twototango.weebly.com/ and our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Two-to-Tango/

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Water-Ski and Wakeboard Club of UW-Eau Claire

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The purpose of the UWEC Waterski and Wakeboard Club is to provide opportunities for students attending the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire to practice or improve their skills on the water. We are open to all skill levels and abilities and provide supportive coaching.

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Women's Club Soccer

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

A club that provides UWEC female athletes to play soccer at a competitive level. Established in the fall of 2017, Women's Club Soccer is brand new and thriving, ending with a record of 3-1-2 our very first season. We are looking forward to becoming members of the W-MASC Conference-Great Lakes Division this winter so we can compete with more teams this upcoming fall of 2018.

Women's Hockey Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The Women's Hockey Club of UW-Eau Claire is a group of women interested in engaging in the sport they love, playing games against other University club teams, and having fun.

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Women's Lacrosse

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The sport is simple to pick up with time and practice. Our season runs through both fall and spring, but spring is the main season. We’re looking for girls that want to play in a competitive level team sport. Having some experience playing the game is preferred as we are competitive for both games but also playing time is based on skill, attendance, and attitude. We have an amazing team and look forward to meeting new girls who want to join and players who want to continue playing at a competitive level. GO BLUGOLDS!!

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Women's Rugby Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The women of the Eau Claire Rugby Club are students at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, where rugby is officially a club sport. The team was started in 1997 and has featured athletes who have competed at a national level. The team has made three trips to the Midwest Finals, most recently in November of 2009. The goal of UWEC Rugby is to strike a unique balance between competitiveness and relaxed fun. The team is always seeking new players who are looking for a challenge and a little adventure.

Women's Ultimate Frisbee Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

The Women's Ultimate Frisbee Club, SOL, was started in the fall of 2006. We are a group of athletes who meet 2-3 times per week throughout the year to practice and competitively play the sport of ultimate frisbee. We are recognized throughout the country as not only a competitive but a highly spirited program. SOL is among the top of small school programs helping to expand the sport of women's ultimate in the state, as well as the country. As a result, we are officially sponsored by FIVE Ultimate's Women's Initiative Program. SOL is active both on the UW-Eau Claire campus, as well as in the greater community. We are passionate about the game of ultimate and love to share it with those around us! Whether you have been playing ultimate for years, or you have never touched a disc, we welcome to come and check out our team. If you have any questions or comments, please contact our captains: Jess Hendrickson hendrijl@uwec.edu Morgan Wilde wildeml@uwec.edu

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Women's Volleyball Club

UWEC Campus Organizations
Sport Clubs

This club provides women with the opportunity to play volleyball at a competitive level.

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