Contact Information

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617-989-4080
studentengagement@wit.edu

Fall & Spring Hours:

Monday- Thursday 8:15am-6:30pm

Friday 8:15am-4:45pm

Summer Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:15am-4:45pm

Organization Resources

Cultural Organizations

All of our cultural student organizations are open to anyone who wants to join regardless of identity or major, as long as you support the mission of the organization. You can find a description of each group below as well as contact information.

Asian Student Association (ASA)

ASA strives for academic achievement as well as opportunities for collaboration and improvement.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: asa13@wit.edu 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/witasa/

Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)

 Cru is a caring community whose mission is to create a safe place for people to explore and grow in a relationship with God.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: TBA
Websitehttp://www.reallifeboston.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cruwentworth?fref=ts

Catholic Student Association (CSA)

The purpose of the CSA is to reach out to Catholic Students on campus and to provide them with a sense of Catholic community that fosters spiritual growth and deepens their faith and understanding of Catholic teaching. We are Catholic, its who we are.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: csa@wit.edu 

Islamic Society of Wentworth (ISWIT)

ISWIT was established to create a dynamic and supportive community on the WIT campus through which (if God wills) all students, Muslim and non-Muslim, may inspire and be inspired so that moral and spiritual growth may develop within each of us and all around us. 
ISWIT is here to serve you and support you through Islamic educational programs, cultural and social activities, community celebrations, and social and self-betterment programs which we welcome everyone to attend and participate in, no matter what your faith may be. 
We aim to foster and strengthen relationships both amongst Muslims and between Muslims and non-Muslims, based on the universal Islamic principles of acceptance, understanding, respect, and love by doing our part and exhibiting these qualities to the best of our abilities both on campus and off in the hope we may do some justice in portraying the essence of a beautiful religion of universal peace. 
Together, we hope to make ourselves, community, and world a little better through these shared principles InshaAllah (God willing).

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: TBA

Japanese Culture and Anime Club (JCAC)

A community dedicated to enjoying anime, learning about Japanese culture and forming lasting friendships in the process.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: anime@wit.edu 

Multicultural Student Association

 The MSA is a student-lead cultural association that aims to celebrate and promote the acceptance of student's cultural backgrounds as well as inspire curiosity for learning new beliefs, traditions, ethnicities, and practices outside of their own experience.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: msa@wit.edu 
Facebook: \https://www.facebook.com/witmsa?fref=ts

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

 To increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community. We are the family that will guarantee a solid foundation in the sustainable development of you career.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: eboard@witnsbe.org 
Website: www.witnsbe.org 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WITNSBE/ 
Instagram: @NSBE_WIT
Twitter: @NSBE_WIT

OLAS

OLAS is dedicated to raise awareness and interest in Wentworth’s Hispanic/Latino population, to share traditions and cultural similarities and differences within distinctive Latin cultures, and to help Boston’s Latin community.  OLAS’ devotion is neither academic nor professional, but cultural, traditional, linguistic and artistic related. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: TBA

Saudi Arabian Cultural Association (SACA)

The purpose of SACA is to gather students from the Colleges of Fenway to spread Saudi Arabian culture and focus on traditional events and workshops etc.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: TBA

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

 The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) was founded in Los Angeles, CA in 1974 by a group of engineers employed by the city of Los Angeles. Their objective was to form a national organization of professional engineers to serve as role models in the Hispanic community. SHPE is brought together by heritage, social responsibility, and desire to improve the equality of all people through the use of science and technology. SHPE values excellence in education, professional pursuits, and leadership. SHPE obtains excellence through integrity, empowerment, achievement, diversity, and continuous improvement.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: shpe@wit.edu 

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Society of Women Engineers is a club dedicated to nurturing professional, social, and academic networks between students, professionals, and employers; we focus on professionalism, volunteerism, and we encourage women to thrive in the engineering profession. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: swe@wit.edu 
Twitter: @WITswe

Wentworth Alliance (WITa)

 We aim to create an atmosphere of acceptance both in our club and across campus.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: alliance@wit.edu 
Twitter: @WITAlliance 

Women's Institute for Leadership Development (WILD)

WILD supports women with leadership goals and spreads awareness of issues that affect women worldwide while actively participating in the resolution of those issues.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD 
Contact Information: wildwit@wit.edu 
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Twitter: @wild_at_wit

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