One of the best parts of college is finding your people! Once you land at TWU, you'll
find multiple ways to discover and connect to people similar to you. Or, you can branch
out and make new friends and find new interests and passions.
That's where our clubs and organizations help. We've got more than 25 student organizations
including academic-focused, social-centered and even passion projects. You'll find
your place in no time!
The purpose of Alpha Chi shall be the promotion and recognition of scholarship and
of those elements of character which make scholarship effective for good among the
students in the academic divisions of colleges and universities in the United States
of America and other countries
The purpose of this club is to unite art students and students interested in art at
Tennessee Wesleyan to organize and participate in art events at the university and
in the Athens area community.
Promote partnership between students in the study and exploration of the law, criminal
justice, and related topics and interests. Help students form leadership skills, contribute
to their society through service, and to interact with other students that possess
similar interests. Form professional relationships with current men and women in the
field. Facilitate group visits to various state and federal related institutions for
field related trips to enhance student education in the criminal justice field. Provide
a great addition to student’s resumes both for jobs and graduate schools.
This organization promotes a love for education, and strives to instill a yearning
for lifelong learning in its members.
FCA's mission and vision are to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and
athletes, and to lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus
Christ and His church.
The H&O Society is an elite group of students who act as ambassadors to the Office
of the President and Office of Advancement & Alumni of Tennessee Wesleyan University.
These students will have an understanding of the past, present and future of Tennessee
The purpose of this organization shall be to provide a home for students, faculty,
and staff interested in health and human performance related topics and activities
at Tennessee Wesleyan University.
The purposes of this organization shall be to bring all the International Students
together, and to help them adjust with the American culture and environment, make
friends and help them to be successful academically.
The purpose of this organization shall be to provide a break from academics for those
interested in mathematics and mathematics related topics at Tennessee Wesleyan University.
The Multicultural Student Association is committed to providing quality programs and
services that promote the academic success, equality, and leadership development of
students. Our goal is to promote the successful transition, retention, and graduation
of students. We believe that engaging in culturally diverse dialogues, events, and
leadership opportunities will significantly enhance the student experience of Tennessee
The primary purpose of this organization is to create an atmosphere where senior students
can mentor incoming underclassmen outside of the classroom and establish lasting relationships
that will allow those underclassmen to readily and more comfortably consult with the
senior members. This allows fellow majors to get to know those people who share the
same objectives and interests on a level at which they can more productively work
towards a common goal. Additionally, the organization assists the Science Department
with various activities around campus, such as the Science Olympiad, and to help foster
a love and respect for science disciplines through outreach programs.
The organization has been established to create a support group that will help college
students achieve their goals and better their lives, in the process building leaders
who make a better world.
The purpose of PBL is to provide opportunities for postsecondary students to develop
business-related career competencies. PBL is an integral part of the instructional
program and in addition promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility.
Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate,
and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly
in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
The Society shall recognize and encourage excellence, among undergraduate and graduate
students, in all aspects of English language, literature, and the many closely-related
fields, including literacy initiatives.
Spanish Club’s mission is to educate and celebrate the Spanish culture with the student
The purpose of this organization shall be to strengthen veteran inclusion on the campus
of Tennessee Wesleyan University, empower veterans to be informed consumers of higher
education, and to make the most of the transition from military life to civilian life.
The Community's mission is to provide a safe space for all persons regardless of sexual
orientation, gender identity, race, or religious beliefs. Our goal is to spread the
word about gender and sexuality issues and promote a community of equality in the
Our mission is to provide an opportunity for students to participate in theatrical
productions and assist the program in any way possible
The purpose of The TWU Feminist Association is to promote the equality of the sexes
by advocating for women’s rights. A feminist is any person, regardless of gender,
who advocates feminism.
The mission of Wesleyan Christian Fellowship is to “Join Jesus in proclaiming new
life to students and faculty at Wesleyan.” We acknowledge that it is ultimately the
Holy Spirit that touches and moves hearts, and that we are called to be co-workers
with God in that transforming work.
The purpose of the organization shall be to provide TWU students with emotional support
in the form of groups and peer-to-peer listening.
To provide a creative outlet free of censorship. To protect students’ rights to a
free press. To be used as a tool for the distribution of student and faculty works.