Contact Information

Flanagan 026
617-989-4080
getinvolved@wit.edu

Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:15am-5:00pm 

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 with a Student Organization Intern and get started! 

Special Interest Organizations

Special Interest Organizations seek to promote the overall well-being of students at Wentworth by providing an outlet for social interaction through a common interest. Special Interest Organizations are organizations that are not directly academic and do not participate in athletic competition.

Competitive Video Gaming Club (CVGC)

Wentworth's Competitive Video Gaming Club is a great way to get out and meet fellow gamers and have some fun in the process. The CVGC frequently holds gaming tournaments and LAN parties through out the Fall and Spring semesters. Weather your a casual gamer or really competitive, they hold enjoyable events where everyone has a chance to get a price regardless of play level.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Dance Team

The Wentworth Dance Team provides an outlet to students that are looking for dance opportunities.   All students get the chance to learn choreography, exercise and have fun outside of the classroom.  There are often performance opportunities that showcase our talents to the rest of the Colleges of the Fenway and surrounding Boston schools.  

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Longboard Club

The Long Board Club is open to any student that is part of the Colleges of the Fenway, with any level of riding ability.  If you are looking to meet new people to ride with, and explore the city of Boston, Come join the LBC.  

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Note-oriety (Wentworth A Capella Club)

Wentworth’s premier A Cappella group, Note-oriety, is one of Boston’s up and coming musical talents. A group of enthusiastic and talented Wentworth singers and vocal percussionists, Note-oriety is the first and only of its kind on campus. It is a co-ed group open to all Wentworth students who are interested in singing.

They practice once or twice a week and work on a variety of music including pop, top 40s, classics, and R&B.

Even though Note-oriety has just gotten its feet on the ground, they have big plans for the future.  Be on the lookout for impromptu performances and random acts of singing around campus!

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Outdoors Club

The purpose of the outdoors club is to provide and promote a venue for students to participate in outdoor activities both on and off campus.  These include but are not limited to, hiking, camping, boating, and climbing. With a planned trip a month we provide many opportunities to get students out of the dorms and outside. Going to the trips is a great way to meet new people while having a fun time. Even though we plan trips as a group we are open to all ideas and will plan additional trips where there is interest. Since most events are just to get outdoors they provide enjoyment for all skill levels. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Parkour Club

 Parkour is a non-competitive, physical discipline of French origin in which participants run along a route, attempting to negotiate obstacles in the most efficient way possible, using only their bodies. Skills such as jumping, climbing, vaulting, rolling, swinging and wall scaling are employed.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Self Defense Club

Learning how to defend yourself is an important thing to know in life.  In the club you will learn how to defend yourself simply and effectively for a variety of situations.  Also the club will help teach you how to use your body to its full potential to be as powerful as you can be.  There is a saying in kenpo you do not hit with a single part of your body you use your entire body to strike.

Meeting Times and Locations: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

The Green Team

The Environmental/ Green Team has two committees; sustainability and recycling. The sustainability committee competes in the Mid-Pac Water Treatment Competition trying to find a way to solve a problem and design a solution in the most sustainable way.  The Group must build a model of their design and test it.  The Recycling committee promotes the importance of recycling on Wentworth by participating in the National competition known as Recyclemania.  Other events are held to increase the students' awareness of sustainability on campus

Meeting Times and Location: Tuesday, 4-5PM Annex Central 306
Contact Information: TBD

Wentworth Events Board (WEB)

The Wentworth Events Board (WEB) is a student-run organization that thrives off of its highly energetic and dedicated members. WEB is committed to providing the very best in entertainment for the Wentworth community throughout the academic year while fostering leadership and responsibility within its members. 

WEB relies heavily on the volunteer efforts of its General Members, who support five elected Committee Coordinators in the planning and implementation of every event. The five Committees (Performing Arts, Daytime, Travel/Special, Beaux Arts Ball, and Public Relations) provide the basis for WEB's events. The Committees find great local talent, keep up with popular event planning trends, and choose events that appeal to the entire Wentworth community.

WEB is always looking for new members to join and bring their new, unique ideas to the organization. Feel free to attend a General Meeting, held every Wednesday at 6 PM in the 610 Lobby.  

Meeting Times and Location: Wednesdays at 6pm, 610 Lobby
Contact Information: events@wit.edu or visit their website www.wit.edu/WEB

Wentworth Improvisational Theatre Club (WITC)

The Wentworth Improvisational Theatre Club is an organization devoted to having fun, performing improv theatre, and learning communication and teamwork skills. The club allows non-members to visit club practices, and become an audience.

Contact Information: TBD

Wentworth Internet Radio Experience (WIRE)

WIRE is an organization dedicated to producing quality programming, both live and recorded, on a global network.  We sponsor events inspired by our passion for music and individual expression.  Listen to them everyday on http://wire.wit.edu

Meeting Times and Locations: TBD
Contact Information: wire@wit.edu

Wentworth Student Government (WSG)

The purpose of WSG shall be: to act as a conduit between the students, faculty, and staff of Wentworth Institute of Technology; to encourage responsibility through democratic self‐governance; to work with administration to influence educational programs, student life, and administrative management of the Institute; and to further the interests of the student body.

Meeting Times and Locations: Mondays at 6pm, Flanagan 103
Contact Information: TBD

Wentworth Web Wizards (WWW)

A club to teach students about different forms of website design and development using languages such as: PHP/MYSQL, HTML 5, CSS, javascript, flash, ASP.NET, .NET NUKE. This club will also allow members to create websites that will be published.

Meeting Times and Locations: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

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