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Student Organizations

Activities Programming Board

It is the mission of the Activities Programming Board to function as the overall coordinating body for all campus programs and activities associated with the Wilmington College student community. It is our objective to develop and maintain quality, diversity, and regularity in all student programs and activities, and to work in cooperation with all SGA […]


WC Student Agriculture Society The Wilmington College Aggies is a not-for-profit campus organization the sponsors on and off campus activities such as the Aggies Judging Contest. Each year, the Aggies club offers a five-hundred dollar scholarship to incoming an incoming freshman showing exemplary academics and leadership in high school, in hopes the student will be […]

Aggies & Collegiate 4H

WC STUDENT AGRICULTURE SOCIETY The Wilmington College Aggies is a not-for-profit campus organization the sponsors on and off campus activities such as the Aggies Judging Contest. Each year, the Aggies club offers a five-hundred dollar scholarship to incoming an incoming freshman showing exemplary academics and leadership in high school, in hopes the student will be […]

Agricultural Education Society

Purpose The purpose of the Agricultural Education Society is to provide students with professional development, leadership skills, and career readiness to ensure their success. International Agriculture Each August, we are taking an international trip based around agriculture! Throughout our time outside of America, we will learn about agriculture, the education system in the country we […]

Agronomy Club

As one of the Agriculture clubs on campus, we strive to promote agriculture to the Wilmington College community and beyond. With a main focus on professional development, we coordinate various guest speakers and farm tours throughout the year while collaborating with similar clubs and professionals across the nation at Regional and International American Society of […]

Alpha Phi Kappa

The Alpha Phi Kappa Sorority was founded in 1921, and is the second oldest local sorority here on campus. The purpose of the sorority is to promote its members in the areas of friendship, leadership, and service and our door is always open for new great young women ready to make a difference here at […]

American Medical Students Association

  WC Premedical Chapter The primary purpose of AMSA is to provide an environment that supports the creative ideas of physicians in training while offering a forum for discussion of health issues. It is the intention of AMSA to help increase the knowledge of health and wellness information among members and the general public. In […]

Amnesty International

Our college Amnesty International chapter is just one of thousands of chapters located all over the world. Our members, alongside seven million other Amnesty International members, work to defend human rights locally, nationally, and internationally. Our group works hard to create engaging and educational campaigns that highlight human rights abuses and offer participants an opportunity […]

Billiards Club

Executive Board Contact Jonathan T. VancePresident Student Experience “[Billiards Club] has gotten me more interested and involved on campus, along with the chance to see how organizations work on campus” -Gunner Lee, Founding Member

Bowling Club

The Wilmington College Bowling Club brings students together to have a time of fun and relaxation, away from their busy life on campus. Our mission is to bring the campus together to enjoy friendly competition and build the foundation for what could eventually become a competitive team for the College. Executive Board Student Experiences “The […]

Chi Alpha

Chi Alpha stands for “Christ’s ambassador” in Greek. We are a christian organization located on more than 300 campuses throughout the U.S.A. and the world. Chi Alpha originated at Missouri State University in 1953. We carry God within us so that we may bring him closer to the people around us. We are a movement […]

Collegiate 4-H

Our mission is to promote 4-H on campus and in the Wilmington community, to encourage scholastic standards, leadership, and character among 4-H students, all while coordinating activities with the Clinton County Cooperative Extension Service and surrounding counties. Contact Sawyer StarrettPresident of Collegiate 4-H

Collegiate Farm Bureau

The Wilmington Collegiate Farm Bureau promotes agricultural literacy through advocacy work in partnership with the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and other collegiate Farm Bureau chapters. We connect with our peers to discuss modern agriculture issues and topics. Executive Board Student Experience “Collegiate Farm Bureau has provided me with opportunities to become a better ‘agvocate.’ These […]

Delight Ministries

“Our mission is to invite college women into Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms stories. Delight is a national Christian women’s ministry that challenges its members to grow in their knowledge of the Bible and relationship with Jesus. Genuine friendships are formed through the fellowship of Christ-minded women!  Delight yourself also in the Lord, And He shall […]

Delta Omega Theta

Delta Omega Theta was founded in November 1907. This sorority seeks to build lifelong friendships and personal development through our shared values of commitment to the beliefs and spirit of the sorority: trust, loyalty, honesty, and altruism- in order to achieve success and preserve transitions. Being the oldest sorority on campus, our sisterhood has many […]

Delta Theta Sigma

  In January 1983, agricultural students at Wilmington College of Ohio had a desire to belong to a national fraternity. Through the leadership of senior J. Timothy McCarty, thirty-six students were recruited and expressed desire to become founding fathers of ETA. With the direction of National Officer Rick Harr, the Eta chapter was organized and […]

Exercise Science Student Assoc.

ESSA is a group of WC students in the broad field of Health Science who that wants to be successful in our respective careers and specific fields of study. We strive to provide learning opportunities to both our members and the student body of Wilmington College. Constitution

Faith In Action

Faith In Action’s mission is to connect students within the Christian faith through fellowship and service. Executive Board Student Experience “I’ve been a part of Faith in Action since my freshman year and it is a very inspirational group serving at Sugartree every month is a great way to serve the community. I did not […]


Fraternity The object of our Fraternity is to promote good fellowship, to encourage studiousness, and to inspire its members in seeking the best in their chosen lines of study as well as in life. Progress shall mark our every step; the spirit of congeniality shall reign at all times; and every member shall be honest […]

Gamma Beta Eta Lil Sis

Gamma Beta Eta Lil Sis was organized in the winter of 1984 and recognized as a student organization on campus in the fall of 1986. The main objectives of our chapter are to develop a strong bond of sisterhood, fellowship, and scholarship, while promoting a professional image of agriculture throughout the Wilmington College campus and […]

International Club

Fostering Cultural Appreciation The International Club has a long history at Wilmington College as the school has always possessed an interest in other cultures and has welcomed students from around the world. Twice a year, the Club hosts the International Food Festival, a popular event that draws several hundred students and other members of the […]

Iota Phi Theta

On September 19, 1963, at Morgan State College (now Morgan State University), 12 students founded what is now the nation’s fifth largest, predominately African-American Social Service Fraternity: Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated. Today, Iota Phi Theta consists of over 250 chapters located in 40 states, the District of Columbia and the Republic of Korea including […]

Kappa Delta Eta Rho

Sorority Welcome to Kappa Delta Eta Rho! Our chapter is part of a national sisterhood with more than 230,000 members and chapters across the country. Together we are making great things happen in women’s lives and on campuses and in communities nationwide. National Website Kappa Delta inspires its members to reach their potential by offering […]