Clubs are an intricate component of a student’s college experience, and we are excited to help you expand your student life experience by engaging with you and supporting your extracurricular  journey.

There are lots of reasons why you should join a club. Being a member or an officer of a club can contribute to your personal development, professional growth, and network opportunities. By joining a club you will do many things, including:

  • Learn how to work in a team
  • Expand your experiences for your resume or college application
  • Learn how to engage with diverse groups of people
  • Make new friends and connections
  • Network at college, state, and national levels
  • Get opportunities to apply knowledge gained in class
  • Relieve stress and have fun
  • Explore different areas of interests

Student Clubs are chartered through the Student Club Council. Funding for student clubs comes from the Services and Activities Fee.

The benefits of having a club are:

  • sense of community
  • safe space to share and promote your interests with like-minded people
  • funding opportunities for activities
  • use of the WWCC name and logo
  • ability to fund-raise on campus
  • plan campus activities with support from Student Life
  • free use of campus rooms

For more information on clubs at WWCC, contact the Student Club Council Chair.

Join A Club

All clubs are open to all currently enrolled WWCC students. You do not need to be in a specific program or student population to join any club.

Student clubs are open to all WWCC students regardless of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, ability, major, class, marital status, family status, military or veteran status, citizenship status, creed, national origin, language, handicap.

To join a club or find out about attending a meeting or event, contact the club advisor.

Can’t find a club you want to join…Start your own, ask the Student Club Council Chair how!

Active Clubs

Club Club’s Purpose Club President Advisor
Auto Body To encourage personal development and growth by participating in WWCC events and functions, provide community service hours as well as fund raising events and to participate in all career related learning experiences possible. We are also planning to participate in local events such as: Trunk or Treat, Downtown Foundations Christmas Parade as well as other community events. Al Barker Dan Norton
Clarkston Nursing Club Increase the opportunities for the personal growth and professional development of all nursing students at WWCC, all those interested in Nursing, and all Nursing and Pre-Nursing students. Provide professional programs of interest and concern to student nurses and those interested in nursing. Provide nursing students, and those interested in nursing with representation in the Associated Student Government (ASG) of WWCC. Provide opportunities for socialization to promote a sense of unity among nursing students, and those interested in nursing. Promote collaborative relationships with local community service groups, health related organizations, health professionals, and other student groups. Promote student success by removing barriers, providing support, retention, student engagement and leadership. Build strong communities by building partnerships, increasing global awareness, community service and volunteer work. Promote Resource Stewardship by using student funds wisely, fundraising and environmental stewardship. Kari Branson Jodi Bice / Melany Coronado
Criminal Justice Enhance WWCC educate, inform, and connect students with various criminal justice agencies. Haylee Ledford Wesley Maier
Culinary Arts It is the goal of the Culinary Club to make a positive difference for the Walla Walla Community College student body through education, apprenticeship, participation in competitive culinary events, and community outreach, while creating a communal bond of respect and integrity among its members. Shilah Hillard Jay Entrikin
Clarkston Culture Club The mission of the Culture Club shall be to encourage and exemplify learning comradery among all students and all people, regardless of differences. Kalie Brown Jackson Vance
International Student Association To promote the well-being of international students, and promote better friendship, interaction, and understanding among international students and between international students and other groups at WWCC and the wider Walla Walla community. Section 2: To promote inter-cultural awareness and understanding through social and intellectual activities and to provide services to the college as well as the community. Hanaka Namikawa Cheryl Hansen
John Deere Upon graduation, tour John Deere factory in Iowa and Illinois. Dustin Sorrels/Spencer Rossow Cullen Coulston
PBL – Phi Beta Lambda Clarkston Professional Business Organization. PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. James Patton Emma Carpenter
STEM Club To promote STEM to the community, to have fun with STEM related activities, to engage with the college and community, and to build a legacy of outreach and achievement. Taylor Nolan Anthony Smith
TRiO Transfer Club Build community, give back to the community in the form of volunteering, support transfer students. William Foster Rosa Rivera
Vocal Music Club To encourage students to pursue their passion of singing. To give students opportunities to travel beyond Walla Walla to see professional level musical theatre or opera. Joshua Penick Julie Jones
Warrior Nursing Club Vision is to provide opportunities for support, professional growth through community service, diminish disparities protecting human rights, and promoting a healthier world. Brian Crabtree Lana Toelke / Ilona Pease-Verwer
Equality Club To build an alliance among LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, and asexual) students and allies to provide support, activism, education, and advocacy. Gracie Hopkins David Owens / Jackson Vance
Welding Club Welding is a skilled trade program and provides opportunities to see the true impact that welding makes on both industry and the world as a whole. Javier Roblero Mike Haggard