Activities Programming Board (APB)
The Wilmington College Activities Programming Board (APB) serves as the overall coordinating body for all student activities and programs. It is APB 's goal to develop and maintain quality, diversity, and regularity in all student programs and activities. As a branch of the Student Government Association, APB works cooperatively with all SGA recognized student organizations to better plan, coordinate, and evaluate campus programming. Through this coordinated effort, APB hopes to encourage a greater sense of unity and participation in activities throughout the campus community. The office is located in Pyle Center. Students interested in APB should contact Pyle Box 636 or call extension 355 or see the Associate Dean of Students (Ext.624) for more information. Check out wcapb.com for more information.
(WC Student Agriculture Society)
The Wilmingtion College Aggies is a not-for-profit campus organization the sponsors on and off campus activities such as the Aggies Judging Contest. Each year, the Aggies club offers a five-hundred dollar scholarship to incoming an incoming freshman showing exemplary academics and leadership in high school, in hopes the student will be an active member of the Wilmington College Community. The Wilmington College Aggies is one of the largest organizations at Wilmington College. The organization focuses on education and leadership in the agriculture industry. The scholarship offers prospective students an early interest in the organization, and was designed to aid tomorrow's leaders as they strive to further their education.
American Medical Students Association (AMSA)
WC Premedical Chapter
The primary purpose of AMSA is to provide an environment that supports the creative ideas of physicians in training while offering a forum for discussion of health issues. It is the intention of AMSA to help increase the knowledge of health and wellness information among members and the general public.
Amnesty International's mission is to undertake research and action focused on preventing and ending grave abuses of the rights to physical and mental integrity, freedom of conscience and expression, and freedom from discrimination, within the context of its work to promote all human rights. AIWC is the Wilmington College chapter of Amnesty International's US offices. The purpose of this chapter is to raise awareness of worldwide human rights abuses and to encourage active participation to prevent and end such abuses. The group meets weekly and sponsors many activities on campus. Membership is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Black Student Initiative (BSI)
The primary focus of BSI is to unify students of Wilmington College from various backgrounds and ethnicities. The organization, though initiated by African American students, strives to provide a welcoming and comfortable environment where all students of varying backgrounds may express, celebrate and share their heritage. BSI sponsors a wide variety of activities and programs with the goal of increasing cultural awareness and involvement throughout the entire campus and surrounding community. For more information contact Art Brooks (ext. 335) or Chip Murdock (ext. 235).
Criminal Justice Club
The Wilmington College Criminal Justice Club is a student interest group that develops co-curricular activities in criminal justice.Through the club, students participate in field trips to area agencies,plan internships and field practicums, and assist one another in career development. The club meets weekly throughout the term.
E.T.C. - Educational Theater Company
The Educational theater Company consists of freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. Members of E.T.C. are not required to hold a Theater major or minor however they must have a passion for educating their peers. The student members of E.T.C.are not paid actors. They volunteer their time and skills to perform for diverse audiences using drama as an innovative way to educate. Click HERE to view random pictures of E.T.C. For more information contact Ken Lydy (ext. 624) or Tara Lydy (ext. 261).
Faith in Action
We strive to educate others and ourselves, to raise awareness about different gender and sexual identities, and work with other campus groups toward eliminating intolerance and prejudice. Our goal is to create an accepting environment in our school and community and to be a safe place where everyone can feel comfortable and supported. We encourage activities that foster healthy social interactions, bonding, and understanding within our group and greater community. For more information, check out our website; http://gsawilmington.wix.com/wcgsa
Alpha Phi Kappa
Delta Omega Theta
Delta Theta Sigma
Delta Theta Sigma Lil Sis
Gamma Phi Gamma
Iota Phi Theta
Lambda Chi Alpha
Phi Alpha Psi
Phi Alpha Psi Sweethearts
Psi Beta Omega
Sigma Gamma Rho
Tau Kappa Beta
International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
Both international and American students are invited to become members of the International Club. Multicultural programming, including social activities and educational excursions, are planned throughout the academic year. For more information contact Mark Denniston (ext. 264).
Mock Trial Team
ONE Campaign Chapter
The Publication Board is responsible for the supervision of the production and budget for the three student publications. The Board, chaired by the Vice-President of SGA, is comprised of the editors of the three publications and two students appointed by SGA. These publications are The Witness, Wilmingtonian, and Woodhouse. The Board meets on a weekly basis throughout the year. Students interested in any of the publications should stop by Robinson Communications Center or contact Box 1268 or extension 303. Click HERE to find out more information or to meet the staff(s).
The Witness (Student Newspaper)
- The Witness is the student-run newspaper. It is published 24 times throughout the academic year except during finals week and vacations. Students interested in working on the paper in any capacity should contact the editor, Box 660. Click the link below to view the latest and past issues of The Witness on line.
The Wilmingtonian (Yearbook)
- The Wilmingtonian is the College yearbook. It is available to the College community every fall and depicts the events of the previous year. Those students interested in working on the yearbook should contact Box 640.
The Woodhouse (Literary Magazine)
- The Woodhouse is the campus literary magazine,which highlights students ' and staff poetry,fiction,and nonfiction; artwork and photography. It is published once a year. Students interested in working and/or submitting entries for the magazine should contact Box 648.
Resident Student Association (RSA)
The Resident Student Association (RSA) affords leadership and involvement opportunities for all residential students. RSA serves as a voice for on-campus students about residence hall policies and issues. The group also sponsors campus-wide activities such as residence hall Trick-or-Treat and the Spring Formal. Wilmington College is a member of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) and RSA participates in leadership conferences for the Central Atlantic region.
Recycle Wilmington College
Over the years, Wilmington College has played an active role in resolving specific environmental issues in Clinton County.
Service Leader Executive Board (SLEB)
Soil Science Club
Sports Medicine Leadership Council (SMLC)
This association is designed for Wilmington College student athletic trainers. Its purpose is the furthering of students' education and career opportunities in the athletic training field and other allied health care fields. The association creates College community and public awareness of area health/fitness programs and sponsors guest speakers.
Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
Student Government Association (SGA)
Student PDK (Phi Delta Kappa)
Vetrinarians of Tomorrow
Water Polo Club
Wellness & Health Promotions Committee
Wilmington College Business Association
The Wilmington College Business Association is a place not only for Business majors but all students of Wilmington College to expand their network. We have tons of fun and helpful activities:
- Networking conference
- Resume writing seminar
- Internship and job search workshop
- speakers and your ideas
Wilmington College Commuter Club (WC3)
Wilmington College Student Alumni Association
Since its inception in the spring of 1985, the Student Alumni Association (formerly known as the Student Foundation) has worked to promote pride within the current classes at Wilmington College, along with generating future alumni support. The group also works with the Alumni Relations Office on various events including Homecoming, Day for WC, and Alumni Reunion Weekend. The group also develops its own events to build school spirit and create relationships between alumni and students.
Wilmington College main number: (937) 382-6661
VP for Student Affairs
Sigrid Solomon ext. 270
Associate VP for Student Affairs
Ken Lydy ext. 624