Contact Information

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617-989-4080
getinvolved@wit.edu

Fall & Spring Hours:

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

Friday 8:15am-5pm

Summer Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:15am-5pm

Organization Resources

Want to start a new Org?

Are you interested in starting a new student organization? Email Jen Cheng, Program Advisor to schedule a meeting and get started! 

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)

The purpose of the Asian Student Association is to share and exchange culture and values of the different Asian ethnicities. Asian culture awareness will be promoted whilst helping students with academics and social connections. The ASA’s goal is to broaden knowledge and facilitate acceptance. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: asa13@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)

The Japanese Culture and Anime Club will be dedicated to the examination of Japanese culture, and consumption of anime, manga, and games that are descended from the aforementioned. Games will be included in this, but not encroach upon any other clubs who play games.

The Japanese Culture and Anime Club will intend to gain a deeper understanding of anime and manga, as well as forge friendships in the process. Fans of all kinds will be encouraged to engage in lively and friendly discussion and debate.

The Japanese Culture and Anime Club will intend to study the Japanese language, cuisine, history, and society. This club also may undertake projects such as subtitling or translating anime/printed media/games, and re-encoding or scanlating of series. Additionally, we will hope to participate in conventions such as Anime Boston.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: TBA

Multicultural Student Association

 Sit back and think a minute: “What is Culture?” Is it the food? Or maybe it’s where your family is from. Maybe it’s the music we listen, sing and dance to, the art that draws us in, or the friend and family that support us. In whatever situation, culture is home, and multiculturalism is learning and living.

Join the Multicultural Student Association (MSA) to learn more about the different cultures we’re exposed to every day. MSA sets up various programs throughout the year that celebrate life and diversity.

If you want to be a part of…

  • Planning programs and meeting tons of people form everywhere
  • Going to conferences and retreats in and outside of Massachusetts
  • Learning professional and organizational skills and how to work better in groups

Then come to one of MSA’s meetings. It’s an opportunity that can’t be missed.

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

National Society of Black Engineers

 The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) dedicates itself to the development of intensive programs for increasing Black and other ethnic minority participation in the field of engineering and engineering technology. Our mission is “to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.” The NSBE experience empowers every member to reach their full potential. We instill pride and add value to our members, which causes them to want to give back to NSBE in order to produce a continuum of success. We are advancing a cultural paradigm which inspires the black community to achieve greater engineering and scientific feats than ever before.

Meeting Times and Location: TBA
Contact Information: nsbe@wit.edu, www.witnsbe.org

Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)

 We are a Christian group on campus who are seeking to follow after Jesus Christ and make a difference on campus and in the world for his glory. We try to build relationships with each other though lifegroups (Bible study) and just shooting the breeze. We also have events together with the 43 other campuses in Boston.

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

 The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a national organization subdivided into different regions through the US. SWE offers opportunities to female student in any engineering major. Benefits include conferences, networking events, scholarships, collegiate grants, webinars, and an online database with endless information for member development. Our Wentworth chapter meets on a regular basis to plan events to give back to the community, discuss group field trips, and to provide moral support to each other. To join SWE stop by a meeting or send us an email!

Meeting Times and Locations: TBA
Contact Information: swe@wit.edu 

Wentworth Alliance

 WITA, the Wentworth Alliance, is a group for GLBTQ (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning) students and their allies. Meetings are held once a week with a topic of discussion related to the GLBTQ population. We have social gatherings and outing with other nearby colleges. Each year WITA sends a group of students to the Tuft’s Safe Colleges Conference, which takes place in April. WITA is also involved in the “Gay? Fine by Me” t-shirt project, where we give away the shirts free to the Wentworth community in support of its GLBTQ students and their allies.

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

Women's Institute for Leadership Development (WILD)

The goals of WILD is to advocate for the support and advancement of women with leadership goals by spreading awareness of related current and outstanding issues and actively participating in the resolution of such issues, and create a safe space and supportive community for women at Wentworth.  

Meeting Times and Location: TBD 
Contact Information: TBD

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