The Accounting Club’s mission is to promote a better understanding of the accounting profession. The club accomplishes this goal by sponsoring guest speakers from the accounting industry and by organizing networking and social events. Through these functions, members are able to network with professionals, other students, and faculty. We also encourage students to give back to the community by participating in service projects we host throughout the semester.
Club President: Samantha Steffensen
The Black Student Union is a group of students who, as a whole, are dedicated to
building a tightly connected and inclusive community. Through social events and meetings we focus and embrace Blackness and all of it’s intersections. All students are welcome to join Black Student Union.
Club President: Jared Winn-Taryor
Cornhole club combines the art and skill involved in the sport of cornhole with the
special connection of fellow corn-holers to create friendships that will last a lifetime. The sport, also commonly referred to as “bean bag toss,” touches the hearts of many across the country and
world. Come throw some bags with us!
The creative coding club’s target audience is students who want to learn more computer science subjects in their spare time. Meetings will usually consist of club assigned longer-term projects that members can work on in together in small groups(one example would be to get an html website published on GitHub or implementing a game using javaFX) during meetings.While projects form the bulk of the meetings, there might be some where guests or members can present on topics that interest them or projects they’re working on.
Club President: Calvin Golas
As part of the Center for Entrepreneurship, WEC is designed to provide a unique entrepreneurial environment for students to enhance their business skills, build a solid business network, create and run their own start-ups, and increase awareness of emerging global socio-economic issues.
Club President: Obaid Barakzai
The Feminist Club’s main goal is to heighten awareness about radical feminism. This
includes discussing the common misconceptions associated with feminism, empowering all feminists at Westminster and in Salt Lake City, and engaging in meaningful service projects within our community. Our club values diversity, intersectionality, inclusiveness, and acceptance of all people. We specifically focus on incorporating the voices of people of color, the queer community, trans individuals, and the LGBTQIAP+ community at large. This club is also nonhierarchical, and the various chairs within the club are task-oriented and filled on a volunteer basis.
Club President: Gwenna Salazar
Film Production Club writes and produces student short films. All short films include student writers, directors, actors, and production crew. Each film is produced completely by students.
Club President: Ryan Klenz
A gathering of all sorts rock lovers, from the avid rock hound to the geologist-in-training, anybody who loves to hang out on and around rocks is welcome. A place rock nerdom meets rock climbing, hiking, and trail running. You do not have to be a geologist, just a rock lover! Come hang out with us!
Club President: Megan Fairchild
Graphic Design Club is a place where anybody with an interest in graphic design can come to learn, to share/brainstorm ideas, gain a better understanding of what a career in graphic design entails, and to build a better, stronger design community at Westminster.
President: Emily Engstrom
Griffins for the Greater Good creates an environment where students of diverse backgrounds and beliefs can connect, collaborate, and make lasting change together. We foster meaningful community outreach, collaborative service projects, open-minded discussion, and lasting friendships. We often collaborate with the Office for Global Peace and Spirituality to bring
further opportunities for students to come together and engage proactively with the Westminster and broader Salt Lake community.
Club President: Rosangel Marin
Hillel for Utah strives to create an inclusive and powerful connection to Jewish life. Grounded in Jewish values, we foster a vibrant, open community with responsibility to enhance the world and to shape the Jewish future. Hillel for Utah serves students on Westminster, the University of Utah and Salt Lake Community College Campuses.
Club President:Aimee Klein
Phi Alpha Theta is a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. We seek to bring students and teachers together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways. The chapter at Westminster College aims to promote local, national, and international histories on campus through events such as eld trips, on-campus speakers, lms, and other possible activities. We also promote student research opportunities to participate in such activities as the Westminster Undergraduate Research Fair and the Phi Alpha Theta Student Research Conference in Utah, among other research- related events.
Indoor Soccer Club is a fun place where people with different levels of skills get together and play a couple of nights a week.
Club President: Bailey Wymes
The International Student Association (ISA) is a community that brings international and local students together to share and talk about their cultures, thoughts, and ways of being in an open-space. The International Student Association (ISA) also organizes a lot of fun activities such as Bowling Night, International Potluck, International Dance, festivals, karaokes, and more. The International Student Association (ISA) is way more fun than saying “pam po poom pam pam” 20 times with a single breath.
Club President: Sanskriti Timseena
Club President: Micka Enriquez
The goal of Knitting Club is to provide the Westminster community with the opportunity to learn a new skill or practice an old one, while also focusing on relaxation and self-care. As a low-commitment club, we aim to help people stress less, socialize more, challenge themselves, and use their knitting abilities to serve the local community.
Club President: Faith Staley
LatinX provides opportunity to meet others of Latin American background and who may share a common culture. We encourage unapologetic and accountable spaces in order to build our community on campus. We strive to nourish education around identity and lived experience. All are welcomed and encouraged to share space.
Much like BSU, we hope to collaborate with and support other ethnic/ identity-based clubs on campus.
LDSSA seeks to foster a community of friendship and support for all Westminster students by having fun activities every Wednesday and a whole variety of religious classes focused on Jesus Christ, during the week.
Club President: Erin Bianucci
NAMI on Campus Westminster is affiliated with the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization. NAMI on campus Westminster strives to raise mental health awareness, educate the campus community, advocate for improved mental health services and policies on campus.
It shall be the purpose of PHAT to promote public health awareness and providerelationship strengthening opportunities for club participants and service to the community.
Club President: Meghan Villalobos
PPHS is for students looking to apply to professional health programs, includingmedical, dental, pharmacy, PT, and others. PPHS events focus on providing advice andopportunities for students that will help put them one step closer to their career in healthcare.
Club President: Adrik Da Silva
The purpose of this association is to provide the residents of Westminster College with representation, participatory government and an accommodating atmosphere within the hall community. The association shall be dedicated to the promotion of harmony, diversity and a more enriching college experience through the intellectual, emotional, social, and physical growth of the resident students. RHA shall be dedicated to listening to feedback from residents and implementing any necessary changes.
Club President: Sierra Krippner
It shall be the purpose of SNOW to provide a community for nursing students, brownbag lunch events with speakers on special topics in healthcare, mentoring opportunities for the transition into nursing school, community outreach and volunteer opportunities and increased communication between nursing students and the Westminster student body. Student Nurse of Westminster (SNOW) shall be dedicated to assisting nursing students and those who are interested in health or nursing to learn more about the community that surrounds nursing as a profession, a variety of health care topics, community engagement, as well as assist with an easier transition into the nursing program.
Club President: Haley Southwick
The goal of the Students for Climate Solutions Club is to educate the campus community about the dangers of global warming and what we can about it. We focus on empowering students political wills and engaging them in political process through interactions with representatives (phone calls, letter writing, lobbying, etc.)
Students United for Reproductive Freedom pushes students to become empoweredin their reproductive health choices, the community of Salt Lake City, and local governmentchange. Students United for Reproductive Freedom shall be dedicated to working in conjunctionwith Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah, we believe in the fundamental rights of everyindividual, throughout the world, to manage their fertility, regardless of the individual’s income,marital status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or residence. We believethat respect and value for diversity in all aspects of our organization are essential to ourwell-being. We believe that reproductive self-determination must be voluntary and preserve theindividual’s right to privacy. We further believe that such self-determination will contribute to anenhancement of the quality of life and strong family relationships.
Club President: MacKenzie Lombard
Our club is an opportunity to meet new, friendly people and play games together! Wehave a game for everyone out there and we take game suggestions and make trips to get new games every year. So if you are looking for a fun, casual club to join give us a visit.
Club President: Lewis Westbrook
Taekwondo Club is an interactive, single-step self-defense club. You can get a workout while learning some new moves that can keep you safe and feel confident. All martial arts styles and skill levels are welcome!
Club President: Diana Khosrovi
A club that provides a safe space for all women—and people who identify as female—who are survivors of sexual, domestic, and psychological assault. This club will act as a support group and an opportunity to empower survivors in their everyday lives while providing opportunities for activism and volunteer work on Westminster’s campus as well as in the community of Salt Lake City.
Club President: Emma Thompson
The Westminster Military Association (WMA) is an inclusive group that is open to all students, faculty, staff, and alumni interested in the Unites States military, Westminster College, and the surrounding community. We are dedicated to the social and academic advancement of all students, the incorporation of all faculty, staff and alumni as mentors, and supporting our student population throughout their career at Westminster College.
Club President: Gerson Pineda Ponce
The fly fishing club gathers fly fishing anglers of Westminster and coordinates tripsand increases access to the sport of fly fishing for students at Westminster. Traditionally the sportis perceived as a place for older, wealthier individuals. That is not the case. Our aim is to expandthe sport of fly fishing to all interested individuals.
Club President: Harrison Nye
The Westminster College Hunger Squad is an volunteer-organizing body which, through nonprofit institutions such as the Utah Food Bank, and Crossroads Urban Center, will aim to effectively utilize the student, staff, faculty, and alumni body at Westminster to improve the food security of people and animals in the Westminster Community, and in Salt Lake City. Activities involve sorting food, making family and pet food boxes, helping distribute food to families or individuals from established centers, and holiday-related charity organization (e.g. food drives, ‘fun runs’, etc.).
Club President: Maxwell White
Westminster SLAM seeks to promote the poetry of Westminster College students by providing them with weekly workshops, connecting them to high pro le poets, and hosting regular open mics. Dedicated members can also compete for a chance to represent Westminster College nationally as a part of the Westminster Slam Team at the College Union Poetry Slam Invitational in the spring.
Club President: Enan Whitby
Our club provides the opportunity to meet others of Latin American and Native American background and who may share a common culture. Our focus is to foster the success of underrepresented minority students in STEM by preparing, mentoring, and supporting students to pursue careers, degrees, and positions of leadership in STEM. Our goal is to create an environment that provides academic and professional resources to underrepresented minority students in STEM. We encourage STEM education around identity and lived experiences. In addition, we wish to create an inclusive environment where all are welcomed and encouraged toshare space. Furthermore, we hope to collaborate and support ethnic/ identity-based clubs on campus.
Club President: Jose Ortiz
If you’re interested in joining a club, feel free to reach out to the club president listed under the club description. If you have any other questions about clubs or want to learn more, please email the Clubs President at email@example.com.
Start A Club
Come visit the ASW office in Shaw and we can walk you through the process. Once you’ve created your club, ASW is here to help with advertising and has applications available for funding opportunities!
What to Expect:
Process outlined below ideally requires 2 weeks:
- Fill out a Club Proposal Form.
– You’ll need 8 students’ names to support your idea and a potential advisor.
- Send the proposal to the ASW Clubs President, or leave the proposal on the Clubs President’s desk in the ASW Office.
- The proposal is provided to the Clubs Board to makes sure it aligns with the ASW Clubs Handbook.
- Approval or Suggestion for Revision occurs.
- When approved, the proposal is sent to the ASW Chief Justice.
- ASW Judicial confirms that it aligns with the ASW Constitution.
- Approval or Suggestion for Revision occurs.
Not part of two-week estimate:
- Last Step! Founder must join a Clubs Body meeting with all club leaders on campus where the current club leaders must approve the proposal by a simple majority.