Student Clubs and Organizations
2013 – 2014 Certified Student Organizations
- African Student Union (ASU)
- The goal of ASU is to reunite different students with an African heritage and other individuals from different countries in order to share and learn one culture.
- Business and Economics
- The Business and Economics Club at Trinity Washington University promotes the exchange of ideas in business and economics and provides fewllowship among studetns and faculty. Our activiti4es are designed to extend our members’ educational experience beyond the classroom; they include a speaker series, field trips to local businesses and government agencies, and a professional mentoring program.
- Communication Club
- The Communication Club serves to raise awareness of the study and field of communication; Invite communication/media professionals to campus to talk to students (both members and non-members) about careers in communication/jounalism/media; Learn about opportunities for networking, internships, and jobs
- Community Service and Philanthropy Organization (CSPO)
- The CSPO will devote its time to giving back to the community, and show altruistic concern for human welfare and advancement. Such duties will be manifested by donations and services to needy persons, institutions of learning, hospitals, and others.
- Criminal Justice Club (CJC)
- The Criminal Justice Club is dedicated to supplementing our members’ academic experience by providing extracurricular opportunities to further explore critical issues involving criminology, criminal law, and criminal justice. Through a regular program of speakers, agency demonstrations, and community service projects, the CJC provides students with valuable information for making decisions about career choices, further graduate level study, and law school. CJC provides students with opportunities for academic and social interaction, and access to criminal justice researchers, teachers, and practitioners representing a variety of government, academic, corporate and non-profit organizations.
- Hearts n Crafts Club
- The purpose of the Hearts n Crafts Club is to provide a community for those interested in crafts (beading, quilting, crochet…etc.) to practice and learn crafting techniques through a variety of philanthropic projects.
- Ladies F.I.R.S.T (Ladies Fierce in Research, Science, and Technology)
- Ladies Fierce in Research Science & Technology seeks to promote the interest of students in STEM disciplines as well as enrich learning opportunities for the Trinity community regarding significant breakthroughs, pioneers, and career opportunities.
- Model United Nations (MUN)
- The Model United Nations at Trinity Washington University will serve to bring awareness to global issues through conferences in the model united nations, model Arabic league, and model Asian Pacific Economic Corp. to enhance our knowledge of current world issues.
- Muslim Student Association
- To educate and provide information about muslims for muslims and non-muslims. To create a life long bond amongst muslim and non-muslim students. To educate in order to refute popular stigmas and create a unification movement between muslim and non-muslim Trinity sisters. To serve the community and provide relief to those in need. Overall to fortify the bonds between all our sisters in the Trinity community and around the world.
- Golden Elite and Spirit Team
- The purpose of the Golden Elite and Spirit Team is to support the athletic teams at Trinity Washington University by generating crowd enthusiasm.
- Step Sisters
- The purpose of the Step Sisters at Trinity Washington University is to promote academic achievement through leadership, teamwork, self-respect, and discipline.
- Women on a Mission
- The goal of Women on a Mission is to enhance the overall growth of Trinity Women through social and peer interaction.
- The Women’s Student Action Coalition (WSAC)
- The purpose of WSAC is to create a network of students who are socially aware and passionate about women’s issues and feminism. We strive to educate our community about the many inequalities facing women today. WSAC believes that through knowledge we can inspire action.
For more information about getting involved in any of the above organizations, please contact the Student Activities Coordinator, Chantal Champaloux at email@example.com.
2013-2014 Certification Procedures
In order for a prospective organization to receive official recognition from Trinity Washington University for the spring 2014 semester; the following components must be fully completed and submitted to the Dean of Student Services – Student Activities office (Main 225)
- The STUDENT ORGANIZATION CERTIFICATION APPLICATION with Mission Statement and Leadership List,
- A signed and completed Student Organization Advisor/Mentor Volunteer Form,
- A Membership List, verifying that the organization has at least 10 currently enrolled Trinity students as members,
- A Programming Proposal, which includes your “Year at a Glance” document as well as an “Individual Program List”
- A copy of your organization’s Constitution.
- A 30 minute meeting with the Student Activities Coordinator, Chantal Champaloux. You must schedule this meeting at least 24 hours in advance. Email Chantal at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time that works with your schedule.
Please submit all required forms to the Dean of Student Services – Student Activities office in Main 225.
If the certification proposal is accepted, the certified and officially recognized student organization will be responsible for following all of the rules and regulations set by Trinity Washington University and Student Affairs. Our office also reserves the right to refuse University support for any program or event deemed inappropriate by the administration and staff.