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 Chapter of the American Chemical Society aims to foster a sense of community among science students, provide opportunities for professional experience, as well as to bring together all classes with the faculty of the science departments.
We work through service and advocacy to raise awareness, decrease stigma, and raise funds for research programs fighting against Alzheimer's disease.
The Whitworth Anime Club watches anime on fridays from 7-9 P.M. Every semester we choose 3 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!
To help foster children and not-yet-adopted children both in Spokane and around the globe in an effort to give them a taste of what a "forever home" might feel like.
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 ultimate frisbee! If you like ultimate or think you might like ultimate or want to make friends with some really 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.
Catholic Fellowship strives to provide an opportunity for Catholic and non-Catholic students to join in fellowship and learn more about the Catholic faith. We carpool to Mass weekly, and host social, educational, and prayer events throughout the year.
We are a group of students that have a high commitment to playing basketball. We practice multiple times a week and also play surrounding colleges.
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 forum for students to collaboratively learn about the field of engineering through hands on experience and mentorship from professionals.
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.
Whether you have been flyfishing since you were born, or you are just thinking about starting up, this club is for students to experience the art of fly fishing. Everything from fly tying to catching fish, this is a great opportunity to get to know people
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.
Our goal is to bring issues about the Global Church to the attention of the Whitworth community. We are deeply committed to Christ’s command to go and make disciples of all nations, and hope to act as a liaison between students and world missions.
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.
The International Club strives to make campus a comfortable, fun, and loving place where everyone can connect across different international cultures (U.S. cultures included).
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.
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.
Unite longboarders, skaters, scooters, and other unorthodox modes of transportation in a group to teach and learn from one another, to spread our passion of transportation, and to have a bunch of fun safely with what we love to do.
OCF is a club dedicated to strengthening the faith, community and knowledge of Orthodox Christians at Whitworth while welcoming others and encouraging them to explore the Faith as well.
As Whitworth's spoken word poetry club, we use a creative medium to discuss ideas, opinions, and experiences of all kinds. We will perform on campus, bring in poets from outside, and hope to develop a competing slam team.
The Physics and Engineering Collective (PEC) will seek to: promote camaraderie in the Whitworth Physics Department, help students prepare for careers in physics and engineering, and provide mentorship and service opportunities.
Whitworth's Pep Band aims to perform at most home football and basketball games playing classic stand tunes, as well as arrangements of popular and modern songs. Our goal is to get the crowd pumped, show our school spirit, and have a lot of fun ourselves!
WU Pre-Law Society exists to be a friendly, non-competitive community of students interested in pursuing law which provides resources aimed at aiding its members in the process of choosing, applying to, and preparing for law schools
The purpose of Pirate Pride is to provide a safe place for students in a warm, fun, and friendly environment. We also facilitate education and conversation on campus surrounding LGBT+ issues and in our community at large.
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 everyone feels safe sharing their struggles.
The Swing and Ballroom Dance Club is dedicated to providing a friendly environment for members of the Whitworth and Spokane community to practice social dancing. All are welcome and no prior experience is necessary!
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.
We seek to address the inequities and obstacles facing undocumented youth in the Spokane School District in order to empower undocumented students to achieve their full potential and become their own advocates.
SFL works to protect life from conception to natural death, particularly those lives threatened by abortion, infanticide, embyronic stem cell research and euthanasia.We are also committed to advocating for women's empowerment through life-saving options.
Symposium desires to foster a spirit of intellectually courageous and inquisitive behavior amongst its students. Symposium desires to make this goal a reality with the creation of a student lecture series composed of Whitworth students.
The purpose of Teachers of Tomorrow is to celebrate education and encourage future teachers in their pursuit of empowering young minds and hearts.
Threads is here to form a supportive community of people interested in crafts such as knitting, crocheting, and sewing through the providing of necessary materials and peer to peer instruction to and for those of all skill levels.
Our club is about creating fun events, primarily for the English Department, but also for those who are literary inclined. All are welcome.
WISE strives to address gender equality issues in Science & Engineering fields.