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Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

With over 100 student organizations and countless activities to choose from, life at W&L is never dull. In the past few years, enthusiastic members of the Outing Club built a new and expanded bouldering wall in the Outing Club Barn. Students with a keen interest in dentistry started the Pre-Dental Club, teaming up with local providers to staff a remote area medical clinic. And a bunch of students with a passion for cheese and philanthropy started a campus nonprofit called FeelGood, selling grilled cheese at pop-up delis to benefit global hunger and poverty relief organizations. From special interest, to activism, to multicultural and diversity groups, most students get involved with at least one club on campus.

At the beginning of every year, clubs and organizations set up booths on Cannan Green to recruit new members (and hand out free t-shirts and other swag). It's a chance to talk to current club members and organizational leadership, and a great way to meet new people and find activities and events to attend and help organize depending on your interest.

What Clubs Will You Join?

Our clubs and organizations are active all around campus, city, and even the globe.

The Office of Inclusion and Engagement's OIE Day celebration in Elrod Commons.
The General's Unity and Student Environmental Action League clothing swap.
Volunteering at Campus Kitchen
Alpha Phi Alpha Ice-Cold Strolling Exhibition.
The Chi Omega Chili Cook-Off during Parents and Family Weekend.
A Friday Underground performance.
Student Rocky Horror Picture Show production in Stackhouse Theater
Students making grilled cheese to raise money for FeelGood, an organization dedicated to ending world hunger.
Students rotating the composting unit at the back campus garden during Nabors Service Day.
Tr煤ng d煤c thit is served at the SAIL Around the World event, which was part of the Multicultural Student Association鈥檚 Diversity Days series.
Students attending the Souper Bowl, a benefit for Campus Kitchen where local restaurants bring their best soups for the campus community to enjoy!
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.
Students visit the annual activities fair on Cannan Green.

Stories


University Singers graduating in 2024, l-r: Top Row: William Pittman Joe Condie Josh Lewis Mynor Lopez Stuart Robinson Sarah-Gabrielle Lynch (originally 鈥22) Kate Lardner Annie Thomas 2nd Row: Garrett Price Adele Roulston Jordan Jontz Elizabeth Gonzalez Avalos Lana Hess William Dantini 1st Row: Catherine McKean Elizabeth Kent (originally another year) Jowita Chotkiewicz (originally 鈥23) Sydney Brun-Ozuna (鈥24 Law) Colleen Curto Deuce Smoot

This year's graduating class of Washington and Lee's University Singers reflects on their college experience.

Tents are set up for a celebration on Cannan Green.

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to sell unwanted items and donate any unsold items to benefit local nonprofit organizations.

Spring Term and Alumni Weekend reunions are the perfect times to experience the outdoors that hug Washington and Lee.

Scott鈥檚 passion for the environment carries over from the classroom to opportunities on campus and beyond.

Washington and Lee's Generals Activities Board has taken a dynamic approach to bringing the student body together through live music.

The first-year student says the Outing Club and 六合厅开奖现场's proximity to great hiking and kayaking spots were a big draw.

Peter Grajzl is the John F. Hendon Professor of Economics.

Laura Murambadoro '26

Laura Murambadoro 鈥26 brings varied interests, a collaborative leadership style and a passion for community engagement to 六合厅开奖现场鈥檚 campus.

Mauricio Betancourt is an assistant professor of environmental studies.

Michael Rhodes is the manager of copying services.

Anna Billias is a lecturer in music and collaborative pianist.

Bryan Snyder 鈥95 is the head volleyball coach and associate director of athletics for finance.


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