The undergraduate student government, Voice of the Students, serves as the official liaison between the Student Association and the University. The Student Senate serves as the legislative and executive branches of student governance and is a recognized forum of student opinion. The goal for this organization is to reach out to undergraduate population and let their comments, concerns, opinions, and voices be heard.
The Class Officers fall under the umbrella of the Student Senate. The objective of the Class Officers is to help establish unity in each of the three undergraduate classes. The Class Officers consist of a president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer for each class.
Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honor society for men and women which honors and encourages commendable academic achievement during the first year of college. Its purpose is to promote not only intelligent living, but also a high standard of integrity. It further encourages students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their unique roles in society.
GSA is a group of students, staff, and faculty that are dedicated to promoting equality on campus. GSA seeks to create an atmosphere of acceptance and respect for all students, staff, and faculty. GSA hopes to provide a community of friendship and support for LGBTQ students as well as a forum for the discussion of issues relating to gender, sexuality, and the GLBTQA community striving to educate and raise awareness among the University community.
The Review of Art and Literature is a club dedicated to keeping the arts alive in a fun and exciting way. As member, you will help produce a magazine for the campus community to enjoy. This involves creating an eye-catching cover for the publication, as well as collecting literary and artistic submissions from students, faculty, staff, and alumni for inclusion. Additionally, the organization holds an annual Open Mic Night in the fall semester, and The Festival of Art in the spring.
The purpose of the club is to allow any full-time undergraduate at Western New England University that has an interest in martial arts to be able to workout together to increase their knowledge of the martial arts. Our club offers general conditioning, calisthenics, self-defense, form (kata), and sparring.
Western New England University Association of Role Players (WARP)
The Western New England University Association of Role Players, WARP, is a club that was formed to accommodate those that are interested in role-playing. Role-playing is a form of acting using your mind to imagine the scene. Anyone who is interested in Role-Playing or would like to learn more about it is welcome to join.