Student Led Clubs
With genres of clubs ranging from academic honor societies, performance, justice and advocacy and common interest groups, there is something for everyone. These student-initiated and managed clubs truly enrich the atmosphere of Wheaton College, providing avenues for students to express their passions and interests, develop leadership and management skills, and have a ton of fun.
Check out all the academic clubs available at Wheaton to enhance your learning experience outside the classroom.
Bilingual/ESL Education Student Organization Wheaton Chapter
Computer Science Club CSC
To promote community and fun for students interested in computer science. Reach out to the CSC club
Earth Club is to encourage department community between Geology and Environmental Science majors as well as any others who may be interested in learning more about Earth Science by organizing both fun events and educational activities in collaborations with the Department of Earth and Environmental Science. Reach out to the Earth Club
The Philosophy Club is a chill group of students who seek to discuss important philosophic matters in the context of relationship. We achieve this by weekly, low-key meetings in a student’s apartment with plenty of hot drinks. All majors welcome! Reach out to the Philosophy Club
Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology for undergraduate Psychology Majors and Minors and serves the purpose of encouraging, stimulating and maintaining excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of psychology. Reach out to the Psi Chi club
Society of Physics Students
Pursuing a community of people with an emphasis on physics and supporting other physics related events. Reach out to the SPS Club
Society of Women in STEM
To provide support for women in STEM fields through community, outreach and career development. Reach out to the SW in STEM Club
Wheaton College Archaeology Society
To celebrate archaeology and enjoy the company o other students and professors with similar interests. Reach out to the Archaelogy Society
Wheaton Conservatory Music Majors
To celebrate archaeology and enjoy the company o other students and professors with similar interests. Reach out to the Music Majors club
Wheaton Pre-Dental Society
The Wheaton College Pre-Dental Society exists to help students from all academic disciplines learn about, engage with, and ultimately pursue a career in the dental profession by facilitating student mentorships, organizing job shadowing opportunities, and hosting informative dental lectures and conferences. Reach out to the Pre-Dental Society
Explore a range of Common Interest Clubs that Wheaton has to offer.
Dr. Who Club
For more information please reach out to the Dr. Who Club.
Presence is a women's peer mentorship program that aims to promote growth and provide guidance in all areas of life to the female students at Wheaton College through relational mentorship. Reach out to Presence.
Student Managed Investment Fund
To equip and educate members in the process of managing the group's Fund through immersion in an environment that seeks to replicate that of a professional asset manager. Check out our website or reach out to the SMIF .
Sword Swallowers Bible Memory Club
Sword Swallowers Bible Memory Club is a community of believers meeting weekly to memorize, share, pray and quote scripture. Reach out to the SSBMC.
The Creation Society
The vision of Thrive4 is to unite Wheaton women who are passionate about pursuing a broad spectrum of careers. Through facilitating conversation, encouraging action and exploring career possibilities, Thrive4 hopes to bridge the gap between women as students and women in the workplace. Reach out to the Thrive4 club.
The Thunderbirds exists to unite Wheaton's campus over a common admiration for birds. We routinely go on birding outings (no previous experience required) and occasionally host other events related to ornithology. Reach out to the Thunderbirds club.
Wheaton College Swing Dance Club
Everyone is welcome at Swing Club! Our mission is to foster community through Swing Dance- we teach weekly lessons, so no previous experience is necessary! Reach out to the Swing Dance club.
Wheaton College Tolkien Society
To bring together Wheaton College faculty, staff, and students to enjoy, discuss, and have activities relating to the life and works of J.R.R. Tolkien. Visit the Society's website and you can also reach out directly to the Tolkien Society.
Learn more about another culture or experience when you join one of Wheaton's cultural clubs.
Asian American Christian Collaborative Chapter
The Asian American Christian Collaborative (AACC) at Wheaton College is raising the next generation of distinctly Asian American Christian leaders. AACC at Wheaton College encourages, equips, and empowers Asian American Christians at Wheaton College to amplify the voices, issues and histories of Asian American Christians while remaining grounded in the historic Christian faith, rooted in Scripture, and joined in communion with the global Church. Reach out to the AACCC
Chinese Language and Culture Club
To showcase and celebrate traditional Chinese culture and educate the campus community about it. Reach out to the CLCC
Der Deutsche Verein (German Club)
To promote an awareness and appreciation of the German Culture and language on Wheaton's campus. information or reach out to the German Club
French Fellowship aims to create an opportunity for students interested in the French language and culture to build their language skills and participate in Francophone cultural activities within a community of other students while simultaneously growing in their faith. Reach out to the French Fellowship
Indonesia National Association (INA)
To offer a space where Indonesian students (F-1/TCK/MK) and those who have an interest in Indonesian culture may feel a sense of belonging while sharing the Indonesian culture, heritage, and experience to the wider Wheaton Community. Reach out to the INA
Wheaton Desi Club
The Wheaton College Desi Club is the Indian/South Asian Club on campus that aims to provide a space for students who are Indian/South Asian or interested in the culture to find representation and community, as well as to fellowship and commune with one another and delve into South Asian Culture. Reach out to the Desi Club
Find out more about different entrepreneurship endeavors and ways to be involved at Wheaton College.
Wheaton Entrepreneurship Club
Find ways to get involved with different justice and advocacy groups at Wheaton.
O HA NA
O HA NA is dedicated to raising awareness and praying for those living in North Korea who are facing persecution and injustice. Reach out to the club here.
Wheaton A Rocha
To promote awareness of and participation in sustainable practices and initiatives. A Rocha also seeks to support local conservation efforts. Reach out to the club here.
Amplify is a co-ed a cappella group of 14 members, founded in 2012 at Wheaton College. The first group of its kind, Amplify has pursued an informal spirit of performance, including vocal improvisation and audience participation, while maintaining musical excellence. Past performances include the Uptown Getdown, hosted by Wheaton in Chicago, the Motown Revue at Wheaton College, and several visits to Franklin Middle School.
Amplify explores both contemporary and traditional styles of music interpreted through a cappella singing, and focusing on a theme of unity and togetherness. It culminates the hard work and focus of the group every year at the spring concert. Amplify's year-end concert in 2013 was a campus sensation, drawing more than 300 students and members of the public. Amplify is also involved in the community of Wheaton and the surrounding area through volunteer performance. The members of the group are listed below.
Auditions are held at the beginning of every fall semester. Audition dates for vocal percussionists and all voice parts will be announced at the beginning of each school year.
Club email: email@example.com
See the ways that your political voice can be heard on campus.
John Quincy Adams Society
The John Quincy Adams Society at Wheaton College exists to equip the next generation of leaders to positively influence our world by helping students intellectually engage in conversations regarding our nation's foreign affairs and bringing networking/career-building opportunities to our campus. Reach out to the JAQS
Wheaton College Republicans
The Wheaton College Republicans seek to encourage civil discussion of political views on campus and to advocate for conservative values and republican policies, assisting political candidates and hosting relevant speakers who represent Christian ideals in the political realm. Reach out to the College Republicans
Wheaton Democrats seeks to unite, educate, and empower students who are interested in progressive values and bipartisan dialogue through political education and engagement opportunities. Reach out to the Wheaton Democrats
Wheaton's yearbook dates back to the late 19th century
The Tower's legacy extends back to the early 1920s. Its predecessor, Echoes, started in the late 1800s. Over the years, The Tower has changed according to the styles of each issue's time, yet the content has remained consistent throughout its run. The Tower has also won many All American awards. Many of The Tower's editors have gone on to distinguished careers as ministers, theologians, scientists, professors, designers, missionaries, lawyers, and doctors.
Making a yearbook is creation in concert. A group of students come together to creatively and skillfully extend Wheaton's memory, to capture each year's worth of moments. In this ambition, there is both challenge and success, but when the dust clears and the printers cool, our editors still gather in the office, surround our work table, procure our copy, arrange our pictures. To this end, the final publication of The Tower has approached. The 2015-16 yearbook is the concluding edition after more than 90 years. Please join us in celebration of the memories created through and recorded by the final and previous editions of The Tower.
Questions: contact Student Development.
Kodon features students' fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art. Click the sidebar for a student perspective on Kodon!
Published biannually (once each semester), the Kodon features students' fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art. Each issue is compiled, edited and designed by a staff of students who seek to highlight the creative activity of the campus community. Kodon also hosts readings each semester with our student writers and musicians.
We encourage all students to consider submitting their work to the Kodon. Please contact us for submission information deadlines.
The Pub is a journal written and produced by and for members of the Wheaton College community; it is created to be a forum for interdisciplinary dialogue about culturally immediate issues; the ideas expressed in The Pub are based upon our shared commitment to the Christian faith and carefully consider the implications that faith has for our engagement with contemporary concerns.
The Pub seeks to bring members of our campus community into discussion of issues that affect the intersection of our intellectual and Christian lives. There are outlets on campus for artistic expression, but, strangely, there is no outlet for the academic or analytical. Classes certainly provide some sort of means for this, but there is no real way to engage such things outside the classroom. The result can be a community of superb analytical thinkers who are unable to say anything meaningful to the people around them. The Pub provides a venue for assessing the ideas and beliefs we gain in the classroom against those of our entire community, not just those of a professor or a circle of friends. As Christian intellectuals, we are called to think in light of an entire community of believers, and The Pub seeks to be part of that holistic intellectual and spiritual dialogue.
Wheaton's very own newspaper--Student-Led since 1890.
The Wheaton Record is published every Thursday except during college breaks and exam weeks and is available on campus free of charge.
You can also read select articles from The Wheaton Record online for free.
If you’re off-campus and would like to keep in touch with what’s happening at Wheaton, The Wheaton Record offers one-year subscriptions for $40 and two-year subscriptions for $70. Subscription requests and payment can be sent to the following address:
The Wheaton Record
501 College Ave.
Wheaton, IL 60187
If you'd like to write a letter to the editor (300 words or less), please submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday to be published on Thursday.
We’re always looking for news tips! Let us know about your Wheaton-related news at email@example.com.
- Bethany Peterson and Tori Dobleske
Co-Editors in Chief
- Justin Lee
Business and Advertising Manager
- Kailey Mulligan
is an online literary journal devoted to promoting genre fiction. We publish art, essays, and stories authored by the Wheaton College community. Reach out to the club here.
To build an inclusive community for new and experienced players to enjoy recreational badminton. Reach out to the Badminton Club
Board Game Society
To create a place and time of relaxation and destressing for the Wheaton community through board, tabletop, and card games. Reach out to the Board Game Society
Wheaton College Climbing Club
Wheaton College Running Club
Wheaton College Running Club is a judgment-free group of runners of any experience, background, and level that regularly meets to run in the Wheaton-area. Reach out to the Running Cub
Wheaton Video Game Society
To bring students together into community and new friendships through video games and video game related activities. Reach out to the Video Game Society
Charter a Club
If you are someone who has a unique interest, hobby, or passion that is not already addressed in a current club, you are invited to charter a new club. The benefits of obtaining an official club status include the privilege of reserving space, advertising, and receiving monetary allocations from Student Government. If you would like to begin this process, please follow the steps below:
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to discuss your club interest.
- Complete packet, which will include finding a minimum of 8 people to be part of your club as well as a faculty or staff advisor.
- A new club will not be charted until someone from the group connects with Student Involvement before completing the Club Charter.