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.
Creative Writing - The Waldorf Writing Organization (WWO) is a place where students can share their creative works with a network of fellow gifted writers.
Digital Media - The digital media co-curriculum organization invites students interested in graphic design, film production, journalism, and radio or television broadcast to go beyond the classroom and get involved in campus communications.
Education Club - to involve all education majors in campus activities including leadership, community service and professional development.
Entrepreneurship - Is your dream to be your own boss, or to start up your own company? This entrepreneurship co-curricular organization can help you learn the ins and outs of small and start-up businesses.
GSA (Gay/Straight Alliance) - bringing together gay and straight students to fight homophobia on campus and in the community.
Historia - Students who believe in the importance of understanding how the past influences the present, or are fascinated by politics and the political process are invited to join the Waldorf College Historia co-curricular organization.
Honors - The Waldorf Honors College creates a unique learning environment that promotes trust, risk-taking, independent thinking and intellectual curiosity.
Intramurals - provides tournaments and leagues throughout the school year.
KZOW - provides music and entertainment to the campus and community.
Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Iota Beta Phi (Criminal Justice) - Lambda Alpha Epsilon is a co-ed criminal justice fraternity that seeks to improve criminal justice at Waldorf through educational activities, while fostering professionalism in all areas of criminal justice. It seeks to promote professional academic and public awareness of criminal justice issues. LAE gives students high standards of ethical conduct, professional training and higher education within the criminal justice field. The contact faculty for LAE is professor Kristin Pickett.
Lobbyist - a platform for aspiring journalists to gain hands-on experience through the various outlets and styles of reporting.
Ministry - Campus Ministry at Waldorf is an active and engaged leadership group that promotes spiritual development for students on campus.
Mu Phi Epsilon (Honors Music)
N.A.T.S. (National Association of Teachers Singing)
The Optimist Club
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.
Rhythmic Steppers - provides a place where students with a love for dance to come together to learn about new techniques, diversify their knowledge of culture, and to have fun.
S.A.A.C. (Student Athletic Advisory Council)
Service/Rotaract - The Rotaract co-curricular organization is dedicated to help students design and implement service projects that positively impact themselves, the community and the world.
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.
Waldorf Literary Review
Waldorf Warrior Investigative Paranormal Society (WWIPS)
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.
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