The purpose of the club is to unite and reach out to all Whitworth Students, not necessarily of Asian heritage, and to create a community for exploring different Asian cultures, and events and discussions based around this theme.
We are the Computer Science club on campus. We host various events including programming competitions, hacking events, workshops, and industry speaker events.
The Whitworth Anime Club watches anime on fridays from 7-9 P.M. Every semester we choose 2 anime series and watch them in a teaching theater (usually Eric Johnston). New members are always welcome and we hope to attend SakuraCon in the spring!
The Athletic Training Club is dedicated to advancing the knowledge of the field of Athletic Training to those unaware of what we do.
We play frisbee! If you like frisbee or think you might like frisbee or want to make friends with cool people, feel free to join us! All skill levels welcome.
The Whitworth Business Club is dedicated to providing students with opportunities to improve their business acumen through outside-the-classroom learning experiences.
This club serves as a place where students can come to learn about and play chess. All experience levels welcome.
Circle K is a national organization affiliated with the Kiwanis Club that participates in community service projects.
Climbing Club is a great way to join and get to know the Whitworth climbing community. All levels of experience are welcomed! Our three main objectives are to grow as climbers, compete in competitions around the state, and go outside to climb.
The Whitworth Communication club brings students of diverse majors together to explore the field of communication.
Learn to cook in a fun social setting and then enjoy eating the fruits of your labor. All cooking levels are welcome.
Eagle Club promotes the Boy Scouts of America in the Spokane community. All Eagle scouts and former scouts are encouraged to join!
Every Saturday afternoon we meet to make 180 lunches and then bring them downtown to share with the homeless and low-income residents of Park Tower. The lunches are our excuse to build relationships and minister to people who need the love of Christ.
We aim to provide a place for everyone to unwind by just having some fun and playing games, as well as connect gamers of all sorts in a welcoming community.
Mission: To uplift the name of Jesus through the ministry of song, while living the life and making connections. Through this we hope to spread the Gospel and love of Christ.
The purpose of Open Conversations: GSA is to provide a safe place for students in a warm, fun, and friendly environment. Our purpose is also to facilitate education and conversation on campus surrounding LGBT issues in our community at large.
We are a missions club enthusiastic about the Global Church and passionate about the role of prayer in evangelism. Every Wednesday night at 8:30pm we gather to pray for missions and the Church around the World.
The purpose of this club is to share the Hawaiian culture with both Whitworth and Spokane's community to build an ohana (family) for the students from Hawaii
The Whitworth History clubs purpose is to help promote historical awareness around campus. Our club looks to encompass all students with a general interest in history by providing fun and exciting ways to explore the historical aspects of our world.
H.O.L.A seeks to promote, celebrate, and share our Latin American heritage with the Whitworth Community; as well as to create community; networks and partnerships.
Strive to create an open place for the discussion of religions and worldviews other than Presbyterian Christianity and increase campus awareness of religious minorities.
The purpose of International Club is to connect and to celebrate the different cultures of the International students here at Whitworth University. We strive to make them feel comfortable and to support them in any way possible.
Our aim is to promote education, involvement, and action in the realms of social justice with a focus on human trafficking, both locally and in our broader global community.
Jubilation exists to glorify the Father, Holy Spirit, and Jesus through sacred dance. Jubilation promotes creative expression and ministry through the art of expressive dance.
Kipos aims to provide Whitworth students with a hands-on gardening experience in order to educate on and promote sustainability, ecology, community, and food.
To continue karate training beyond levels offered through Whitworth’s P.E. courses with the potential of creating a Whitworth Karate Team. The purpose of martial arts is to help self-improvement, fitness, self-control, discipline, and respect.
The League of Pirates is the official League of Legends club for Whitworth University and strives to unite and strengthen the League of Legends community at Whitworth.
Project X² seeks to address issues of gender equality and parity at Whitworth and across the world. The organization focuses on three main areas: mentorship, awareness, and advocacy among young women and men at Whitworth University.
The Psychology Club is an extension of Psi Chi and is new on campus this year. We hope to have fun events, guest speakers, and department involvement for the benefit of anyone interested. Psi Chi is a national honors society for psychology students.
Our aim is to break down stigmas and stereotypes that are often associated with mental illness. Our goal is to create a comfortable environment where people feel safe sharing what they are struggling with.
The Swing and Ballroom Dance Club is dedicated to providing a welcoming environment for members of the Whitworth and Spokane community to practice partner dancing.
The Whitworth Pre-Med/Science Club has two main goals. One of them is to provide information about careers in health professions. The other goal is to provide an outlet for science students to meet each other
Building community around Science Fiction and Fantasy. Filled with games, amazing people, and food.
We are Students for Education Reform, and we advocate for the kids. We believe that a zip code should not determine the quality of one's education.
The purpose of the club is to provide support, information, and prayer to students on campus who are concerned with health, healthy eating, body admiration, and exercise.
Learn about the deaf culture along with the history of the deaf. Learn different sign languages such as ASL, PSE, and SEE. Play in unique games that will help develop your knowledge in sign language.
The goal of the Club de Espanol is to obtain and enrich an understanding of and appreciation for the Spanish language and various Latin cultures across the globe. The Club de Español will do this through a variety of authentic Latin activities.
Our club is about creating fun events, primarily for the English Department, but also for those who are literary inclined. All are welcome.