Get Involved

Student clubs are a great way to get to know your classmates, get involved on campus and above all else, have fun!

Wondering when a particular club is meeting? View the events calendar to find club meeting times.
Don’t see one you like? Start your own club! Please fill out a student club application and return to student services.
Contact student services for information about a specific club.

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MOST ACTIVE STUDENT CLUBS AT UWS

Associated Student Body (ASB)

The purpose of the Associated Student Body (ASB) is to provide a formal organization through which the professional, academic and personal needs and interests of the students can be cooperatively represented and met. The ASB is composed of representatives from each class and elected officers. The ASB is funded through the student activity fee established by the university administration. ASB funds student groups, the student newspaper, The AXIS, and other on campus events such as the quarterly social, bagels week and students participating in local organized sporting events. ASB meetings are open to all students.

SACA

SACA is the student arm of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). SACA keeps chiropractic students aware of political and legislative issues going on in the world of chiropractic. SACA also educates the public and public officials about chiropractic and chiropractic students’ concerns. All UWS DC students are given automatic SACA membership upon entering UWS.

Find out more about SACA and how to get involved here.

Yoga Club

The yoga club provides weekly yoga classes on campus that are open to students, faculty and staff of UWS. The yoga club brings in instructors from the community to provide instruction.

Veterans at UWS

UWS students who have served in the military seek the sense of community that comes from joining with other veterans in a shared purpose. Veterans at UWS provide a vehicle through which veterans can express a collective voice of advocacy while also supplying a setting for learning, reflection and participation beyond the classroom. The group provides an environment to support transition from the military to the campus.

LDSSA

The Latter-Day Saint Student Association provides social and spiritual education opportunities for UWS students and staff pertaining to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Off-campus activities encourage family interaction for the entire campus.

Canadian Club

The Canadian Chiropractic Club at UWS is an invaluable resource for new students while functioning as a medium of communication and as a social group for students from Canada. For new or potential students, the club members are available to answer questions and club members aim to ease the transition of moving to the United States in the first weeks of school by providing meet and greets with other Canadian students.

The Alliance

The Alliance provides a safe and supportive environment for the underrepresented sexual and gender communities at UWS to promote acceptance, diversity and visibility through education and community activities.

Soccer Club

Soccer Club coordinates weekly soccer sessions on campus for group members to play together, providing both an avenue to interact with upper and lower quarter students and also a great opportunity for fitness, no matter what your fitness or skill level.

Other Clubs

  • Adjustive Technique Club
  • Aikido Body and Mind Coordination Club
  • Aloha Outreach
  • Art of Chiropractic Club
  • Business Club
  • Chiro Games
  • Chiropractic-related Skill Development Club
  • Christian Club
  • Crossfit Club
  • Garden Club
  • Neurology Club
  • Pediatric Club
  • Rehab Club R2P
  • Research/Journal
  • SAIM UWS Chapter
  • Salsa Club
  • Service Trip Club
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization Club
  • Spinal and Extremities Assessment Club
  • Sports Medicine Club
  • U-Jam Club
  • Ultimate Frisbee Club
  • Veterinary Club
  • Western Applied
  • Women’s Alliance of UWS

These groups vary from year to year depending on student involvement.