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Student clubs, groups, and organizations available at our colleges are as diverse as our student population. They provide enriching experiences for students of all interests. Student groups offer you the opportunity to plan and implement events, explore new topics and ideas, learn new skills, enjoy quality entertainment both on and off campus, and much more.                 

By participating in student groups, you can build leaderships skills, learn, and get involved and interact with other students and full time faculty...and have lots of fun! Student clubs, groups, and organizations are open to all students on campus.                

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Clubs, Groups and Organizations

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Alliance Club (LGBTQ+)​      



American Chemical Society (ACS)      



Anime Club      



Arkitektura (Architecture Club) 




Art Club      




Asia Family Club      



Black Lives Matter Club      




Black Student Union      




Book Club      




Business Club      




Chess Club      




Compass Bible Study Club      




Cooking Club      




Debate Club      




Duel Monsters (Yu-Gi-Oh!) Club​ 




Environmental Club      



Feminists Unite Club      




Filipino Club      




Film Club      




First Generation College Student Club      



Future Teachers      




Gamers Club      




Great Books Student Society      




History Club      




Keepers Club      



Latin American Student Organization (LASO)      




Math Club      




MD/PA Association      



Meditation Club      




Music Club      




Muslim Student Association (MSA)      




Open Mic      




Paralegal Club      




Parenting Club      




Phi Thetta Kappa (PTK) 




Polish Club      




Pre-Pharmacy Club      




Pre-Nursing Club      




Pre-Phsycial Therapy Club 




Rhythmic Rams Dance Club      



Running Club      




Soccer Club      




Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE)      




Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)      




Society of Women Engineers (SWE)​      




Stage Wright      




Students Demand Action (Anti-Gun Violence)      



Student Goverment Association (SGA) 




Table Top Gamers      



The National Society of Leadership and Sucess (NSLS) 




The Wright Side Student Club      



Vegan Club      




Volleyball Club      




Volunteer Club      





Wright Hack Ops      


Wright Shot Photography Club      




​Wright Workout Club     

  ​5 Easy Steps for Becoming/Renewing a Recognized Student Club/Organization    

1. Recruit 10 members for your organization and select officers.   
2. Identify an employee of Wright College willing to serve as your advisor.   
3. Complete your club constitution .(Please see the Student Organization Constitution Guidelines document for more information.)   
4. Complete and submit a Student Organization Packet Student Club/Organization Registration Form​   
5. Once the Student Organization Registration packet is reviewed and approved, someone from your club must present your club purpose and answer questions about your organization at an SGA General Meeting. SGA Officers will then vote on your club’s/organization’s ratification.    
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Chicago, IL 60634
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