Each fall, the Office of Student Involvement & Leadership Development meets with numerous students who are interested in starting a new student organization. This fall, Student Senate approved seven new student groups, with five more awaiting approval following their submission – learn more about them below!
Asian Cultural “Boba” Club
The Asian Cultural “Boba” Club is dedicated to breaking down cultural barriers and creating a welcoming and supportive environment for all Worcester State university students. They share various aspects of Asian culture and to enrich peers in a fun, educational way through traditions, cuisine, language and more.
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Black Student Union (BSU)
The purpose of this organization is to bring a sense of community to empower the Black or African American students of WSU. To spread awareness of problems individuals may deal with, educate others and celebrate black excellence.
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This club is excited to bake, decorate, and deliver cupcakes and pupcakes to local soup kitchens, hospitals, and animal shelters while building a community among WSU students with an interest for baking and community involvement.
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Haitian Student Union (HSU)
The Haitian Student Union will focus on providing students on campus a safe space to learn more about Haitian culture. Through exposing the rich history, food, music, activities, and all of what Haiti has to offer. The foundation of the Haitian Student Union will be built upon providing more space for students to experience diversity on campus. We believe that many students are looking forward to an environment on campus that provides an appreciation to the country of Haiti and we plan to provide such space.
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Political Science Club
This club looks to inform the campus about the political science program and encourage the growth of the department. We will seek to promote job and internship opportunities in politics, law, and government. We will also host discussions on political topics at not only our meetings, but in additional events where we will encourage others from the campus community outside our club to join for friendly and respectful discussion and debate.
Student Clinic for Immigrant Justice (SCIJ)
The purpose of SCIJ shall be to provide students with the knowledge and skills to become accredited so they can represent and assist asylum seekers and noncitizens through immigration proceedings. SCIJ is connected to the Student Clinic for Immigrant Justice (“SCIJ”) not-for-profit organization which focuses on organizing for immigrant justice and providing representation for people in immigration proceedings.
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WooServe is dedicated to engage with the greater Worcester area through community service. This includes, but is not limited to, work for charities, community projects, and other miscellaneous service projects that promote involvement on or off campus.
Also coming this semester:
Muslim Student Association
Learn more about all of our club offerings by clicking here. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to learn how to join a club! While the deadline to submit to start a new club has passed, we would also be happy to meet with you about starting a student organization!