Active Minds at Wheaton College is a chapter of a national organization dedicated to raising awareness about mental health issues and destigmatizing those issues on college campuses nationwide.
The Sociology Club aims to connect the discipline of Sociology to the greater Wheaton Community. We look to educate and inform members of the Wheaton community about looking at social issues through a Sociological lens.
Wheaton College's LGBTQIA community that seeks to promote equality and tolerance in the community and to create a safe space for students of any sexuality, orientation, or gender identity to be accepted as well as aim to educate about current LGBT issue
The Alternative Winter Break group organizes an annual trip to New Orleans during January. We spend fall semester fundraising and learning about the impact of the 2005 hurricanes. We work with a rebuilding organization in NOLA for one week during break.
The Wheaton College AMWA chapter empowers women to lead in improving health for all within a model that reflects the unique perspective of women.
Amnesty International is a global organization that campaigns to protect and preserve human rights everywhere. Members of Wheaton College's chapter work towards this goal through campus activities and other forms of student engagement.
Anime Club seeks to create a community of students who enjoy the art of Japanese animation and manga, and/or wish to learn more about it. We meet weekly to watch episodes, do activities, plan events, and spend time with others who have similar interests.
Our mission is to enrich the Wheaton Community by hosting events, films, speakers and performers that embrace diversity, support multiculturalism, global perspectives, and cross-cultural learning.
Archery club welcomes members of all skill levels, from those who have never held a bow before to people who have been shooting their whole lives. It's a great way to relieve stress, or channel your inner nerd. All necessary equipment is provided.
ARTHive is a student organization that brings together people who share a common passion for art and art history. Through a series of monthly events, ARTHive club members explore how art history applies to life experiences beyond the classroom.