Student Clubs and Organizations
Come Find Your FIT at WIT!
With over 70 student organizations at Wentworth, you are bound to find something that interests you. Jump on a podcast with Wentworth Internet Radio + Entertainment (WIRE), get into the scrum with our Men’s and Women’s Club Rugby teams, take a hike in the White Mountains with Outing Club or build and test a concrete canoe with American Society of Civil Engineers. Whatever your interests, you will be able to Find Your FIT at WIT! And if you haven't found the group for you, you can create your own! Below you will find a full list of our registered student organizations as well as club contact information on our new site Leopard Spot.
If you have questions or want to know more about Wentworth’s Student Organizations, please contact email@example.com, or reach out to Jackie Herb Assistant Director in the Center for Student Engagement directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Interest Organizations seek to promote the overall well-being of students at Wentworth by providing an outlet for social interaction through a common interest. Special Interest Organizations are groups that are not directly academic and do not participate in athletic competition. Whatever your interests may be, we can find where you FIT here at WIT!
Academic Organizations are focused on academic pursuits and typically are associated with majors of study at Wentworth. These groups connect classroom content into real life application through programs, conferences, and competitions.
All of our Diversity & Social Justice student organizations are open to anyone who wants to join regardless of identity or major, as long as you support the mission of the organization. For more information check out their page here, or contact Richard Meinke, Assistant Director in the Center for Diversity and Social Justice Programs at email@example.com.
Looking to stay active at Wentworth? Wentworth’s Club Sports teams provide a safe but competitive recreational outlet for students at WIT. Our teams practice weekly and travel locally to compete with other club sports teams. Designed to improve and compliment the quality of campus life, being involved with a club sport can refine leadership skills, promote organizational management, build lasting connections and they can be fun!
To participate in club sports please take a look at the Club Sports Waiver and Clearance Information located here: Club Sports
Not sure which clubs/organizations to join? That's ok! We can help. If you are not sure what groups might interest you most you can submit the Club and Organization Match Card found on our Forms Page. This Match Card will ask a few questions about hobbies, interests, and areas of study. After submitting this form our Student Organization Council will look through the information and connect you with 4-6 groups that you might want to check out.
Creating a Club at Wentworth
Has your club/organization simply not been created yet? Do you have a really awesome idea to start something new? Great! We want to hear about it. At Wentworth you are welcome to submit the New Club Interest Form and tell us about your idea to start a new club. In order to do so you must have the following:
- A Club Constitution
- 10 Founding Members
- 1 Faculty/Staff Advisor (must be a full-time employee of Wentworth)
- 1 President and 1 Treasurer
- Final Approval by the Center for Student Engagement Assistant Director
If you are interested in this process, please contact Jackie Herb, Assistant Director in the Center for Student Engagement for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our student clubs and organizations find success out of the classroom thanks to the generosity of alumni, parent, and community donors. To make your gift in support of student clubs and organizations please follow this link, and type the student club or organization in the area below titled "additional gift instructions."