Joining a club or student organization is a great way to get involved on campus, meet new people and develop leadership experience! Many student organizations have opportunities to gain hands-on experience in your field of study.
If you are interested in joining a club at Virginia Western, contact the faculty advisor listed with the club information.
For more information about starting a new club, please contact the Student Activities Office in the Thomas Center (room 210) at 540-857-6326 or download the application form. You can also email Natasha Lee, Student Activities Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Promotes the dental hygiene profession and provides community education and awareness. Supports students as they prepare for graduation and Board Exams.
Colleen M. Hailey
857-6284 | Anderson Hall - Room 148
Socialization for armed forces veterans and their families. This group is a chapter of the Student Veterans of America.
857-7395 | Chapman Hall - Room 107
Promotes art by the college to the community. Organizes the Spring Fling Juried Art Show.
857-6070 | Humanities - Room 213E
To provide students interested in the various aspects of audio-visual production (cinematography, directing, writing, acting, etc.) a place to interact, share ideas and work together on projects.
857-7255 | Humanities - Room 213C
857-6230 | Business Science Building - Room 261
The purpose of this group is to study the bible. The group will occasionally have guest leaders.
Provides opportunities to explore biology in the world around them. Club explores current topics in research, and provides opportunities for guest speakers, journal discussions, activities and field trips.
Anderson - Room 303
A club to meet and fellowship with like-minded believers.
Anderson Hall - Room 118B
Brings together like-minded students who support the ideals of the Democratic Party.
Duncan Hall - Room 100
Make the campus community aware of slavery in the world and the need to end it.
To provide wellness resources to students, faculty and staff and to organize special events that promote physical activity and wellness.
857-6265 | Humanities - Room 116C
For students to socialize and have fun while playing a variety of games (from board games to video games).
Studies geology in an environment outside the classroom, including field trips and seminars.
Dr. Anna Balog-Szabo
857-7222 | Anderson Hall - A211-A
Fosters opportunities for horticulture students to assume professional responsibilities that reflect current developments and opportunities in the horticulture industry. Open to all students.
857-6388 | Greenhouses
To make the Virginia Western community more aware of discrimination and to create a safe and accepting environment for those who feel discriminated against.
Dr. Toni Pepin
857-6330 | Anderson Hall - Room 302
A social, service and academic organization for those in Virginia Western's Administration of Justice program. The program and club aid those seeking careers or advancement in law enforcement, security, law, corrections or juvenile justice.
857-6277 | Duncan Hall - Room 105B
A political science, oratory and debate society that promotes self-expression. The club hosts an on-campus debate each semester.
857-7271 | Duncan Hall - Room 100
857-7276 | Duncan Hall - Room 100
Provides opportunities for continuing personal and professional growth through community service, mentoring, and collegiality among students. The Nursing Club is also responsible for planning, fundraising and organizing the pinning ceremony for the graduating class. For students currently enrolled in Virginia Western's Registered Nursing (RN) program.
857-6244 | Anderson Hall - Room 118B
857-6692 | Anderson Hall - Room 232A
Promotes activities and professional recognition among LPN Students at Virginia Western.
857-7273 | Anderson Hall - Room 204
Provides an opportunity for professional development and peer interaction for AMT/HIM/HIT students. No dues required.
857-6221 | Business Science Building, Room 325
Provides social, academic and service opportunities for students interested in psychology. Psi Beta (see Honors Societies) is a national psychology honors society for students in 2-year colleges. You do not have to be a member of Psi Beta to be a member of the Psychology Club.
857-6410 | Duncan Hall - Room 112A
Promotes interest in the profession of radiological technology. Enhances student work environments and educational activities.
857-6197 | Anderson Hall - Room 109
Society of like-minded Black men that operates under the cardinal principles of education, family, community and perseverance.
857-6328 | Chapman Hall - Room 105
African-American women promoting personal empowerment through connections, education and dialogue.
857-6328 | Chapman Hall - Room 105
Being a student ambassador is a fun and rewarding way to serve Virginia Western and get a scholarship at the same time! Ambassadors provide campus service by giving group tours and staffing special events.
857-6953 | Chapman Hall - Room 112
The Student Council at Virginia Western is the primary organization that represents the interests of all students. The council shall provide a meeting place for communication of information, generating new ideas, sharing opinions, providing education and encouraging collaboration among students, faculty and staff. The Student Council meets monthly and is open to all Virginia Western students!
857-6326 | Thomas Center - Room 208
Promotes community involvement and volunteering opportunities.
Dr. Annemarie Carroll
857-6178 | Duncan Hall - Room 112B
To socialize and study Latin American culture through music, dance and more!
Supports the Mini Baja Team.
Gary Young and Dan Horine
857-6181 | Webber Hall - Room 119
Promote and foster outdoor adventure activities for the Virginia Western student body.
Aubrey (Rick) Wolfe
To practice releasing the presence in His word through worship.
986-0785 | Duncan Hall - Room 100
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