Welcome to the Advisor Orientation! This module is designed to support AS and ESC Club Advisors so they are aware of expectations, AS and University policies, and the how-to's of club management. This is not required and can be taken as often as needed for a refresher. Anything not answered in this orientation can be asked of Jenn Cook, Club Activities Coordinator (aka AS Club Advisor), at 360-650-2390 or email@example.com. For specific ESC club questions, please contact Moya...Fill Out Form
The Ongoing Struggle: On Confronting White Neo-Nationalism, 21st Century Racisms, and Settler Colonialism
March 8-11, 2018 | Virginia Commonwealth University
"NAES is dedicated to host community members, leading activists, educators, students, researchers, and advocates whose activism and scholarship seek to directly challenge the ongoing global movement of white neo-nationalism and structural racism as well as everyday, yet equally subjugating,...Fill Out Form
Looking for study abroad opportunities!
Western students of all levels and majors are invited to participate in an international service-learning experience in Gashora, Rwanda during summer quarter 2018. The course will explore the history and cultures of Rwanda through a 7-week program that includes intensive pre-trip preparation and six weeks on the ground. Students will actively collaborate with in-country experts in the implementation of selected...
Thank you for registering for the 2018 Club Boost Conference!
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Beat the Blues, Western’s annual Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)/Depression screening event will be held on Wednesday, January 10th from 11:00 to 2:00 PM in VU 565. Given the limited number of daylight hours during our PNW winters, many of us may experience the “Winter Blues” or SAD. Beat the Blues attendees can receive a free SAD/Depression screening and a follow-up consultation with a counselor. In addition to screenings, attendees can sign-up for 15-minute...
September 24th and 25th the AS will host the annual Fall Information Fair, an event that introduces incoming and returning students to the resources, programs, and activities on campus and in the community. This is a great opportunity to inform students about your club or organization. Please make sure your incoming organization leadership receives this form. This form has the following due dates:Friday, June 8th - to ensure a GUARANTEED space After June 8th - We...
Starting next quarter, Western is offering Nia as a student PE class!
Nia is a joyful movement practice anchored in body-centered awareness. It draws on the chemistry of 9 movement forms: Tai Chi, Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, Jazz, Modern Dance, Duncan Dance, Yoga, the Alexander Technique and the work of Moshe Feldenkrais. This unique blend allows the body to move in fun, free-spirited ways that bring health and vitality to the whole person. Nia improves coordination,...
WWU Athletics Department has some great events coming up this week, for more information check out the information down below!
Thursday is a huge night for volleyball and we are hoping to pack Carver full! It is going to be a blue out, we will have free pizza (while supplies last) for students that show up wearing blue, and a pre-game party out front of Carver with poster decorating and face painting.
We also have local heroes night this...
WWU students, don’t forget to purchase your 2017-18 Viking Territory Pass! For only $50, you are able to attend all WWU Athletics games, receive exclusive swag and prizes, are invited to special events, and MORE! The more games that you attend, the more FREE items you earn! Also on the card are the following unlimited perks: 5% off at Haggen, 10% off at the WWU Bookstore, 10% off at Prostock and 10% off at Park Bowl & Arcade. To purchase, visit WWUVikings.com, call 360-650-BLUE or go...
Complete this form to request donated items from the AS Bookstore. Please read the AS Bookstore Donation Policy first before completing this form. You can contact the AS Club Activities Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Submit your request by Wednesday at 5 pm to be considered for inclusion on the upcoming Monday's Activities Council agenda.
You will be notified by email of the time and location of the Activities Council Meeting (generally every Monday...Fill Out Form
200+ Clubs, WWU Departments, and Community Organizations Music by KUGS 89.3 FM & Live Performances Free food and Giveaways
Come get to know your WWU community! This is the perfect chance to sign up for clubs and committees, find resources, and learn about the great opportunities that Western and the Bellingham area have to offer.
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Before submitting this form, please read the AS Activities Council Guidelines. Immediately after submitting, setup a meeting with one of the AS Club Event Planning Facilitators by emailing email@example.com to review your submission and discuss the Council's funding process. Requests will not be added to the Council agenda until this meeting has occurred.
Submit your request and complete your review meeting with one of the Club Event Planning...Fill Out Form
Get your tickets for "A Night of Being Hmong", WHSA's first heritage banquet, this Saturday (5/27)! Don't miss the amazing performances, and delicious traditional food to showcase Hmong culture.😊
Doors open: 5:30pm Event begins: 6:00pm Dress Code: Semi-formal
Tickets on sale at the PAC and online!! Ticket Prices: $12- Student $10- Children (13years and under) $16- General
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We want to celebrate all of the hard work clubs do. Join us for an evening of celebration on Wednesday May 24th, at 4-6 PM, at the 23rd annual AS End-of-the-Year Club Award Ceremony!
Join the Club Activities Office in the MPR for FREE food and photos, as we present individual awards to clubs, leaders, members, and events. The anticipated announcement of the winners of the Club Cup will be announced, as...
Back 2 Bellingham is a fun-filled weekend with events happening Friday-Sunday, May 19-21. Saturday is the busiest with a carnival in Red Square, a zip line on Old Main Lawn, a BBQ, Outdoor Center excursions and Relay for Life...just to name a few.
However, this event does not happen without a volunteer staff. As a volunteer, you could be helping with the carnival in Red Square, greeting alumni, community members, or prospective students and families.
For being a...
The end of the year is approaching, which means it’s time for the End of Year Club Award Ceremonies!
Join the Club Activities Office on Wednesday, May 24th at 4pm on Old Main Lawn, for FREE food and photos, as we present individual awards to clubs, leaders, members, and events. The anticipated announcement of the winners of the Club Cup will be announced, as well. We will celebrating all of the hard work clubs do, so join us for an evening of celebration.
If you haven’t...
Lydia Place is currently recruiting volunteers from WWU for their upcoming event, Handbags for Housing, on June 8th.
Lydia Place is a local non-profit whose mission is to support sustained independence by providing housing, supportive services, advocacy, education, and by raising awareness to the faces and causes of homelessness.
There is a variety of volunteer roles looking to be filled for the event, such as: set-up, clean-up, registration, auction,...
Save the date!
Pass the torch, and enjoy the Macaroni & Cheese Bar (with vegan and gluten free options too!).
Come join the Club Hub staff for some good, old-fashioned club bonding at Club Renew on May 9th from 4-7 PM. This event will give club leaders a chance to reflect on the past year of their club leadership, and pass their valuable experience on to club members.
As your host, the Club Hub will also be proving free dinner, prizes, and club cup...
Students from all levels and majors are invited to apply for an enriching cultural experience in Gashora, Rwanda, a rural village where WWU has had an exchange for the past 5 years; including sponsoring a Gashora resident in our Intensive English Program.
All of the information can be found here: www.learnlivego.com.
The deadline for applications is May 1.