Student Clubs & Organizations
Student Government is the governing body that represents all undergraduate students. Student Government includes the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches as well as the Class Officers. Participation in any of the Student Government branches is open to all full-time undergraduate students, regardless of academic major. (Student Government website coming soon.)
Definition - The group's mission is to enhance BW's academic experience. The group's events and activities are primarily academic/major-based programs.
Definition - The group's mission is to support diversity and cultural education. The group's events and activities are primarily celebrations of the specified culture including fine arts, food, literature, traditions, history, etc., of a culture (i.e. through service, education, speakers, music and other activities).
Definition - A registered student faith-based group is a group whose activity will be defined as religious based on the following criteria:
* If the purpose of their activity is worship, devotion, prayer, or study of religious literature (i.e. Bible, Koran, etc.); or
* If membership in or affiliation with a group generally recognized as a religious sect is a criterion for participation; or
* If the activity is viewed by the group as religious or spiritual
Definition - The group's mission is to promote the further exploration of art through music, visual art, theatre, literature, or other such common means.
Definition - The group's mission is to distribute information to the BW community. The group's events and activities are primarily based in transmitting the information related to the BW campus community.
Definition - The group seeks participation in some form of physical activity outside of the intramural and varsity offerings.
Definition - The group's mission is to provide a service or education to the Baldwin Wallace University and/or the surrounding community.
Definition - The group's mission is to provide campus events and activities that promote social interaction among students. The group's events and activities are primarily entertainment-based programs.