List of Student Organizations
The purpose of student organizations at Willamette University is to provide opportunities for the enhancement of academic, cultural, social and recreational aspects of student life through participation in group programs and activities. Every Willamette student has the opportunity to become involved in campus organizations!
Student organizations fall into one of ten categories. To browse student organizations, select a category below.
ANIMAL CARE CLUB
Contact Andrea Risolo & Advisor: David Craig
The purpose of the Animal Care club is to further the knowledge of the veterinary medicine profession, promote preparation for vet-school applications, provide support to potential applicants, and organize volunteer activities within the community pertaining to the field.
Contact Rachael Lew & Advisor: Ortwin Knorr
The Archaeology Club aims to engage students in extracurricular archaeological activities, projects and events. We hope to give students more hands-on learning opportunities.
Contact Paige Halas & Advisor: Karen Holman
The purpose of the Chemistry Club is to engage the Willamette community in chemistry-related activities both on campus and around Salem. The club provides teaching experience, along with training in lab safety techniques, for members who perform science demonstrations at local elementary and middle schools. The Chemistry Club also provides opportunities to learn about possible careers in chemistry. Science and humanities majors alike are welcome.
EXERCISE SCIENCE CLUB
Contact Alyssa Perreault & Advisor: Michael Lockard
The Exercise Science club is designed to provide exercise students opportunities to explore different careers in the field and participate in curriculum-related field trips.
Contact Genevieve Gahagan & Advisor: Gaetano DeLeonibus
The French club's purpose is to promote the culture of the French speaking world on Willamette campus and to improve students' knowledge of this culture by providing them with an insight of francophone particularities that they cannot experience in the classroom (food movies, exhibits, music, etc.)
Contact Lauren White & Advisor: Aili Zheng
The German Club will provide a community setting for students of German and those with an interest in the German language and culture to broaden their learning through activities, informative gatherings, traditional festivals, and group excursions related to the subject of German.
Contact Jacob Koen Ruben & Advisor: Colin Starr
The purpose of the Willamette. University Math Club (WUMC) is to provide an environment in which members can explore extracurricular mathematics.
Contact Grace Pochis & Advisor: Jonathan Bucci
The purpose of this organization is to increase awareness and student involvement with the Hallie Ford Museum of Art and provide a variety of activities related to the museum.
Contact Jesse Sanchez & Advisor: Una Kimokeo-Goes
The Philomathean Society sponsors a series of public debates and other such opportunities for intellectual enlightenment of the Willamette University community and the Salem community at large. For more information about the Willamette Debate Union, visit their webpage: http://www.willamette.edu/cla/debate/
Contact Chantal Snedden & Advisor: Sammy Basu
The Pre-Law Society strives to promote a strong, supportive environment and provide informational resources for students interested in law school and a career in law by hosting events, guest speakers, informational seminars, and assisting in the application process among other opportunities.
Professional Management Association
Contact Elise Derby & Advisor: Matt Alex
Connecting students to professional resources.
Contact Anya Rogala & Advisor: Sarah Bishop
The purpose of the Russian Club is to promote awareness and a greater appreciation of the Russian culture and also to provide an opportunity for students of the Russian Department to associate and socialize.
Contact Riley Francis & Advisor: Joe Bowersox
The purpose of Sustainable Forestry Club is to engage Willamette students in forestry education opportunities and applied forest management activities at Willamette's Zena Forest. Additional hands-on excursions will take us outside the Willamette bubble, to greater understand the silviculture practices in the Willamette Valley. The goal is to give students who are interested in forestry an avenue to explore their interest and gain field based skills by visiting and working in Willamette Valley forests.