Have fun. Develop leadership. Explore Your Passions. Let curiosity be your guide.
At Warren Wilson, clubs and organizations enhance the living-learning environment, giving you the opportunity to delve deeper into your interests, develop your leadership skills, and make friends. In addition to joining clubs that spark your interest, Student Activities provides you support and resources that empower you to start a club of your own.
The Student Activities Office provides vibrant student life experiences both on and off-campus. We regularly bring bands, speakers, performers, and more to campus. We also provide transportation to off-campus events in Asheville, helping you to take advantage of the diversity the city offers.
Some of Student Activities most popular events include:
Annual Campus Circus: Showcase your talents in our annual, student-produced circus. Aerial silks, anyone?
Apple and Pumpkin Picking: We’ll take you off-campus to enjoy North Carolina’s seasonal activities
Clubs and Organizations
Some of our most popular clubs and organizations include:
Interested in getting outside but don’t know where to begin? Looking for some adventure partners? Whether you are a seasoned outdoor adventurer or have no previous experience, Adventure Programs has experiences planned for you!
How will you lead?
Warren Wilson students are not content to observe from afar. They dig in and are part of campus decision-making, resulting in an active, engaged community.
A different form of student government, class committees are made up of students interested in leading the charge to benefit their peers wants and needs. As a member of your class committee, you will gather with your fellow committee members to create events and start initiatives across campus based on feedback from your peers.
At Warren Wilson, two current students are official members of the Board of Trustees, the body that governs the College. Not only does this develop an amazing network and outstanding professional skills, but it ensures that the leadership of the College hears from the most important people at the college: You. In fact, it was student activism through the Board of Trustees that led to our commitment to divest our endowment from fossil fuels.