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    When you get involved in a student organization at Worcester State University, you develop lifelong learning skills that contribute to intellectual enrichment and to success following graduation. Research consistently demonstrates that if you are active and involved in campus life, you are more likely to stay in school, thrive academically, and complete your degree than students who stay on the sidelines. 

  • Major Student Organizations and Club Sports
    • Active Minds
    • Campus Ambassadors
    • Commuter Advisory Board
    • Enactus
    • Lancervision TV-11 (LVTV)
    • Student Events Committee
    • Student Government Association/Student Senate
    • SGA President and Student Trustee
    • Surreal Games and Sci Fi
    • Third World Alliance
    • WSU Dance Company
    • WSU Pride Alliance
    • WSUR Radio
    Special Interest Clubs
    • Amnesty International
    • Automated Computing Machinery (ACM)
    • Business Club
    • Chemistry Club
    • Chess Club
    • CLEWS (Community Leadership Experience at Worcester State)
    • Criminal Justice Club
    • English Club
    • Environmental Advocacy
    • Ghost Light Players
    • Le Cercle Francais
    • Math & Computer Science Club
    • National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association
    • Newman Association
    • Peer Health Educators
    • Pre-Med and Allied Health Club
    • Psychology Club
    • Student Nurses Association
    • Student Occupational Therapy Association
    • Tae Kwon Do Club
    • Woo Bike Share
    • WSU ROTC
    Other Student Groups
    • Class Committees
    • Dance Team
    • Equestrian Team
    • Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society
    Community Service Involvement
    For more than 25 years, the Student Government Association’s (SGA) annual fundraiser has generated thousands of dollars for Worcester charities like the Mustard Seed, Abby’s House, and Sherry’s Place. In recent years, the SGA has raised more than $30,000 annually. Other WSU service events include an annual community clean-up.
  • Announcement

    Student Organization Offices Renovation

    Space on the 3rd floor of the Student Center that housed student organization offices is closed for renovations. The construction will create a modern office suite for student organizations. If you need to contact a student organization during the renovation, we encourage you to attend one of the organization’s meetings or leave a message in the organization’s mailbox at the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development Office on the 2nd floor of the Student Center.  

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    2nd Floor