Clubs and Organizations
Democratic in organization, sound in its functioning, effective in its actions. The Senate is the representative body of students. All meetings are open. The purpose of Senate is to provide an opportunity and means for self-expression and self-government by and for the student body.
This club is for those students who are interested in Anime. Anime refers to cartoon animation which originated in Japan.
A literary magazine which promotes, collects, edits and publishes student works of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, photography and art. The Aurora editor is selected by a special publications committee. Other staff members are selected based on interest in arts and literary arts. Everyone is welcome regardless of major.
Choral ensemble offers performances of varied repertoire from Pop to Bach, and Christmas too, including two major performances per semester. Chorale is open to all SMWC students, staff and faculty -- all voices are welcomed!
The campus' main legislative body. Some of its regular business includes considering matters affecting the entire College community; setting the College calendar; and acting on legislation brought forward by the Student Senate, the Faculty Assembly or the Staff Assembly. Resolutions passed by the College Council require approval by the President of the College to become effective. The Council comprises one representative of the President's Cabinet, one Academic Council representative, two Faculty Assembly representatives, two Staff Assembly representatives, two Student Senate representatives and three at-large student representatives. Each constituency elects its own members.
Supports sports teams at home games by providing half-time entertainment and showing SMWC pride.
Seeks to encourage "interest and knowledge in the fields of biology, chemistry, and all sciences; provide new learning experiences and fun activities; and to educate the public about biological issues." The Discovery Club is open to all SMWC students, faculty, and staff.
Promotes an appreciation of theatre by working on current productions and attending local performances. The Drama Club is open to all SMWC students, staff and faculty -- love of theatre is the only requirement!
Junior Class Officers
Current officers are: Emma Campbell, President; Jennie Faker, Vice-President; Jade Scott, Treasurer; and Grace Dubrowski, Secretary. The Junior Class organizes Big Sis/Lil Sis week and Ring Day.
Students enjoy math through fun, energetic and exploratory activities. The Math Club supports students during their senior seminar presentations, participates in Sudoku/maze challenges, and hosts monthly math challenges and probability/card night. Membership is open to all SMWC students.
A select choral ensemble with emphasis on exemplary musical performance of classical and contemporary choral repertoire. Membership is by audition only.
We believe that music bypasses the intellect, unleashes emotions, speaks to the soul, inspires the heart, and creates a connection through the ages. The SMWC Music Therapy Club’s purpose is to educate the community of SMWC and the community at large about music therapy; to enrich our perspective, as students, about the music therapy profession through experience and observation; and to promote the field of music therapy.
Peace and Justice Committee
This committee has dedicated itself to the academic and moral search for solutions to the problems of war, violence, and human injustice. It continues in the pursuit of structures to help bring about peace and social justice.
"Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs." Phi Beta Lambda is open to both campus and distance students. A virtual meeting room is available for all leadership speakers so distance students can participate. This organzation is available to all majors! Apply today.
The Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Presidential Corps is made up of undergraduate students who are nominated by students, faculty, and staff to serve as ambassadors for the College. The members are a diverse group who excel in academics and participate in a variety of extra-curricular activities including athletics, performing arts, and service organizations.
Explores issues related to psychology through speakers and activities.
The S.A.I.N.T. club was founded with the National Center for Women In Technology (NCWIT) Return Path grant to help students at SMWC build future experiences by exploring new technologies that might be applicable to their careers or interests. This club is available to all majors.
Senior Class Officers
The current officers are: Libby Wright, President; Leah Miller, Vice-President; Jordan Pirsch, Secretary; and Sara Goelz, Treasurer. The Senior Class organizes Senior Dinner, an event held in early December, and assists in communicating information regarding Commencement to campus graduates.
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
The student chapter of the SHRM Program was created in 1965 to promote interaction between students interested in Human Resource Management and its practitioners See the SHRM website for more details.
Sophomore-Freshman Leadership Council (SFLC)
Serves the mission of SMWC and helps students become leaders in the community. The SFLC chooses a community project each year and provides opportunities for the campus to participate in these projects.
A student-run organization whose main goal is to provide our student populations with amazing entertainment including comedians, musicians, singers, hypnotists, and other novelty acts. The Committee also co-sponsors educational programming with the Campus Life office.
Amber Slaughterbeck, President; Nora Dalipi, Vice-President. The Woods Sustainability Club is committed to raising awareness around social, economic, and environmental issues throughout our community. We organize events and rally volunteers to promote leadership and inspire change.
A publication by students. Student opportunities include reporting and writing of stories, copy editing, page design and layout, graphic art design, photography, editorial cartoons, advertising sales, marketing, circulation and other business functions. The Woods Newspaper also accepts freelance articles for submission. View our Facebook page.
Our mission is to promote domestic and global understanding by recognizing and appreciating the importance of diversity. Any interested campus person is welcome.