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Clubs & Organizations Listing

Alpha Chi - honoring those Juniors and Seniors with high academic achievement who 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 - working for and supporting human rights throughout the world.

Be Decent - student run organization designed to raise awareness of and provide resources for people suffering from mental, physical, and sexual abuse at Waldorf. We aim to bridge the gap between our peers and the university, and to create a safe and welcoming environment on campus.

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

The Bridge - biblical message, worship and Christian fellowship for all interested. Affiliated with First Baptist Church.

Business Club - open to all students exploring a major or minor in Business.

Chapel - a weekly spiritual service, presentation, talk or ministry event held Wednesday's at 10:30 a.m.

Chess Club - students, employees and community members learn to compete in the game of chess.

Criminal Justice Club - CJ Students attend national conferences and host annual book drive program.

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

GSA (Gay/Straight Alliance) - bringing together gay, straight, trans-gendered and ally students to help with the understanding of gender equality on campus and in the community.

Historical Society/Historia - open to history majors and minors, as well as other members of the campus community who have a strong interest in history.

Honors - the Waldorf Honors College creates a unique learning environment that promotes trust, risk-taking, independent thinking and intellectual curiosity.

Intramurals/Recreation Sports - provides tournaments, sports events, leagues and excursions throughout the school year.

KZOW - the student run radio station provides music and entertainment to the campus and community

Like Fire - contemporary praise and worship band service and service and community outreach opportunities. Affiliated with Immanuel Lutheran Church.

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.

The Lobbyist - an online platform for aspiring journalists to gain hands-on experience through the various outlets and styles of reporting for the campus newspaper.

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 Society

N.A.T.S. (National Association of Teachers Singing) - vocal competition for college students.

Psychology Club - open to all students who are interested in promoting all areas of psychology.

S.A.A.C. - Student Athletic Advisory Council, addresses and reviews issues related to student athletics

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 - supporting student organizations and promoting involvement, leadership and campus improvements.

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

The Torch - a quarterly student magazine that features the lives, happenings and interests of Waldorf University students.

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

Waldorf Literary Review - a student-produced journal of engaged writing, art and photography.

Waldorf Paranormal Society - exploring and investigating the paranormal and supernatural.

Warriors Writing Club - allows students to explore creative writing.

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

World Student Association - comprised of domestic and international students that promotes culture, fairs, food and international diversity.