Clubs and Organizations

12 Months of Art

ACTS (Active Catholics to Serve) - to provide a way for Catholics and non-Catholics to know more about the Catholic faith.

Alpha Chi - to honor those with high academic achievement and use those gifts in service for others.

Alpha Psi Omega National Honor Society - an organization for students demonstrating excellence in and commitment to the ideals and practice of theatre.

Amnesty International - to work for human rights throughout the world.

Black Student Union - to promote a better atmosphere for minority students.

Biology Club - initiated the original recycling program for Waldorf College and provides social programming for biology students.

Chess Club

Education Club - to involve all education majors in campus activities including leadership, community service and professional development.

Exit to Hope - biblical message, worship and Christian fellowship for all interested.

GSA (Gay/Straight Alliance) - bringing together gay and straight students to fight homophobia on campus and in the community.

History Club

Intramurals - provides tournaments and leagues throughout the school year.

KZOW - provides music and entertainment to the campus and community.

Lobbyist - a platform for aspiring journalists to gain hands-on experience through the various outlets and styles of reporting.

Mu Phi Epsilon (Honors Music)

N.A.T.S. (National Association of Teachers Singing)

Presidents' Roundtables - an opportunity for advisors and presidents/leaders of each club or organization to meet and discuss leadership topics, get feedback about club issues, and announce upcoming events. Meetings are held twice a semester.

S.A.A.C. (Student Athletic Advisory Council)

Student Senate - to support student organizations and promote involvement, leadership and campus improvements.

S.W.A.T. - Social Warrior Activities Team (S.W.A.T.) to bring fun, entertaining and interactive events for students and the community to enjoy.

Track Club

Torch

Waldorf Historia - history club that is open for history majors and minors, as well as other members of the campus community who have a strong interest in history.

Waldorf Literary Review

Wal-TV - to provide music and entertainment in the form of videos and student-run shows.

Waldorf Writing Club - provides a platform for writers and poets to share and discuss their work.

Wellness Club - promotes wellness on campus and in the community via education and programming.