Ranging from special interest to religious to just pure fun, Wesleyan has a wide variety of boards, clubs, and organizations to suit your every interest. Don't see what you're looking for? You are welcome to start a new club!
The Art Club sponsors periodic events for the purpose of raising awareness of and an appreciation for Wesleyan’s and Central Georgia’s art communities?
The purpose of A.X.I.S. is to experience, learn, and teach cultural and international awareness through events, activities, and trips. A.X.I.S. is open to all students who are interested in international and cultural issues.
The BCM ministers to the spiritual and moral needs of students through a Christ-centered, church-related, and student-led program. The Student Department of the Southern Baptist Convention supports its activities, and membership is open to all students.
BSA was organized to promote minority awareness and to provide an outlet for cultural pride for minority students. Through various programs, the organization informs the campus and the Macon community of the issues affecting people of color past, present, and future. The organization is open to all students interested in cultural diversity.
CAB provides a wide array of programs that complement the social lives of Wesleyan students. Their peers elect upper class CAB representatives in the spring semester, while first year students are elected in the beginning of the fall semester. CAB traditionally hosts Homecoming, Spring Social, and other social events such as hypnotists, movie marathons, and theme parties. As CAB representatives, students have the opportunity to promote or enhance their leadership skills.
The CI Calligraphy Club is committed to educating the Wesleyan community about Chinese calligraphy and traditional Chinese culture and to offer Wesleyan students a chance to share and enjoy cultural and intercultural experiences.
CI Sports Club aims to increase exercise, involvement, and inter-cultural understanding through Chinese sports such as badminton and table tennis. Membership is open to all Wesleyan College students.
CJA oversees the judicial process of Wesleyan’s Honor Code and coordinates activities designed to promote understanding of, interest in, and support for the Honor System of Wesleyan College. Their peers elect CJA representatives in the spring semester for the following academic year; first-year students are elected in the fall semester.
The purpose of CRU is to address spiritual needs on campus by providing resources and information and to promote tolerance, diversity, and unity among all religious groups. We aim to help students celebrate their own religious traditions, as well as learn about traditions of Religions around the world. CRU events usually involve celebrating specific religious holidays, such as Holi, Eid al-Adha, Vesak, Passover, and others. People of all faith backgrounds, including those who have no faith or religious tradition, are welcome to join. Elections are held for membership and leadership positions.
The purpose of D.A.N.C.E is to advocate for disability awareness on campus. The club is made up of students who are disabled and students who are simply passionate about advocating for disability awareness.
One of only ten women’s colleges to include equestrian in their athletics, Wesleyan’s Equestrian Club strives to increase the understanding and skills of horsemanship while developing fellowship among members.
The French Club’s purpose is to expose the Wesleyan and Macon community to francophone culture and to convey the benefits of being internationally aware.
Membership in GLBAL is open to all students interested in the education and understanding of gay and lesbian issues.
Habitat Club seeks to raise awareness on substandard housing and other housing concerns at the local and state levels. Habitat Club promotes and participates in local community events and sponsors events on campus.
Model UN Club provides students a chance to explore and engage in international affairs and the concepts of the United Nations. In addition to spreading awareness of various international affairs, Model UN provides an educational opportunity to members through debate, public speaking, and conflict resolution. Open to all students.
This organization provides programs and events representative of the fundamental interests and concerns of nursing students. Open to all current Wesleyan College nursing students.
An organization for student-athletes. Two voting members represent each varsity team. The council serves as a liaison between student-athletes and the athletics administration to provide insight and input on the rules, regulations, and policies that affect student-athletes’ lives. The Council regularly conducts community initiatives and campus awareness events.
SGA functions as a practical means to establish and maintain effective governance of the college, to increase a sense of individual responsibility, to work for the common good of each student, and to increase communication between all members of the Wesleyan campus community. It serves as the voice of the Wesleyan student body and contributes to co- curricular life at the College. SGA emphasizes responsibility and order, and supports an active liberal arts environment. Its primary goal is the development of leadership and responsible citizenship, working in conjunction with the Office of Student Affairs. SGA representatives may be asked to serve with faculty and administration on campus wide committees. SGA makes recommendations for the allocation of student activity fees which support services, student activities, and publications. Read more about SGA.
SRC provides an array of events for all students, ranging from sports like soccer and flag football, to leisure activities such as rock climbing, paintball, and white water rafting. Their peers elect SRC members in the spring for the following academic year; first-year students are elected in the fall. SRC places an emphasis on good sportsmanship and spirit.
The annual class musical production that dates back to 1897. The four classes write, direct, perform, and produce their own skits to compete for the coveted STUNT Cup. All proceeds benefit academic scholarships.
The Washboard Band has been a treasured legacy of Wesleyan for more than 60 years. Auditions are held each fall for singers and instrumentalists. Washboard Band performs a variety of bluegrass, folk, and country songs at events such as Pioneer Fest, Alumnae Weekend, and the annual Washboard Christmas Concert held before the Holiday Banquet.
The Wesley Foundation was formed to unite students by celebrating and sharing in the Methodist heritage. Wesley Foundation meets regularly and is open to all students.
The Wesleyan College Premedical Society was founded to provide a supportive environment where premed students can find the knowledge, resources, and opportunities to prepare for applying to and gaining acceptance into medical school. The society engages in volunteer work to help further career goals and promote general interests in healthcare within the Wesleyan community.
Published once a year in the spring, the Wesleyan Literary Journal is a collection of written and art works in the genres of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The Journal's purpose is to showcase students' writings and artworks by providing a platform where many conversations and themes come to the surface. Students do not pay any cost for getting published, and it is open to anyone with a passion for writing and art and making the Journal as representative of the student body as possible.
The Wesleyan Math Club seeks to promote general interest and academic excellence in mathematics. It includes the Wesleyan student chapter affiliated to the Mathematical Association of America. It sponsors various math or math related events for its members and the community throughout the school year. The club works in partnership with the Girls Who Code organization. Membership is open to all students.
WTC strives to promote student funded and organized theatre productions as well as assist with funding theatrical expenditures, such as the Georgia Theatre Conference and the Southeastern Theatre Conference, while paving the way and teaching theatrical skills to future thespians of Wesleyan.
Wesleyan College is privileged to steward many arts and cultural events and share them with the community. Most are free and open to the public. Wesleyan art galleries are open M-F 1:30 – 5:00 PM and on Wesleyan Market Saturdays from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.View More
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