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Widener Alumni Nursing Network (WANN)

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School of Nursing alumni

All students in the School of Nursing are members of the Widener University Student Nurses Association (WUSNA). Once graduating, they automatically become members of WANN. There are no dues required!

Widener Chorale

Open to:

Undergraduate, graduate, and adult & professional studies students

The Widener Chorale, under the direction of Kendra Balmer, is open to all Widener students and other members of the Widener community. The group rehearses weekly and performs at least once each semester. Academic credit and studio instruction is also available for vocal students.Students receive academic credit for participation.

  • Kapelski LC1

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Widener Dance Company

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Widener Dance Company is a student-run organization focused on sharing a love and passion for dance and to allow a space for students to take a break from their education and express themselves through the art of dance. WDC offers a variety of dance styles including hip-hop, tap, pointe, bellydancing, jazz, salsa, dance team, and more.

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Widener Dance Program

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Undergraduate, graduate, and adult & professional studies students

The Dance Program offers students a formal setting for the study of dance. Through the College of Arts and Sciences, students can enroll in courses such as Dance Repertoire and Modern Dance. Taught by adjunct professor Jessica Warchal-King, these classes incorporate aspects of various dance styles while providing students with structured rehearsal and performing experience. Students receive academic credit for participation.

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Widener Film & Broadcasting

Open to:

Undergraduate students who have completed COMS 260 or have special permission

Widener Sports Network and WUFilms provide additional out-of-the-classroom opportunities for advanced students to develop their skills in broadcasting, live sports coverage, film directing and production, and screenwriting. Students are encouraged to work with industry-standard equipment to cover live sporting events on the playing field. Advanced film students create documentaries and short films for film festivals and other competitions.

  • Freedom Hall, Room 222

Widener Ink

Widener Ink, a literary journal published each spring, takes student submissions of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, drama, and art. Additionally, working on the journal's staff gives students hands-on experience in editing and publishing.

Widener Newman

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Widener Newman is a Catholic organization that provides weekly mass service on Sunday evenings in Widener's own Sacred Space. Widener Newman is closely partnered with St. Katharine Drexel Parish, where local events are held to provide students with the chance to get involved and interact with other members of the community.

Widener Productions

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Widener Productions is a television and film production broadcast facility in the Communication Sudies Department. Widener Productions incorporates various clubs, including WUTV, WideCast Radio, Widener Sports Network, and WUFilms, offering students a chance to work behind the scenes or onscreen in a real production team.

  • Freedom Hall, Room 222

Widener Student Education Association (WSEA)

Open to:

Undergraduate education majors

Widener Student Education Association is a local organization that serves to promote and increase interest in teaching and community engagement. The local chapter is associated with national and state student chapters. Its activities include community involvement projects and campus activities designed to promote professionalism in education. All students enrolled in teacher certification courses are strongly encouraged to become members.

Widener University Student Nursing Association (WUSNA)

Open to:

Undergraduate nursing students

WUSNA is the Widener University Student Nurses’ Association and it is proudly run by the students of Widener University. It is an opportunity for nursing students to become intellectually engaged in events with their local school chapter, their community, and at the state level.

Wind Ensemble

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Undergraduate students

The Wind Ensemble is a standard collegiate concert band. The group rehearses weekly and offers concerts for both the university and local community.

  • Rehearsal Hall (LC#2)

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Women in Computing Club

Open to:

Undergraduate students

The Women in Computing Club helps our female students build social connections with each other and provides opportunities for juniors and seniors to mentor first-year students interested in the computing field. Club members participate in weekly meetings and work together on various activities and undergraduate research projects. Interested students may attend regional computer science conferences and present the results of their research in undergraduate research poster sessions.

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Women's Soccer Club

Open to:

Undergraduate and graduate students

The Widener University Women’s Soccer Club is a non-varsity team that competes against colleges and universities in the National Intramural-Recreation Sports Association (NIRSA) Region 1 League-Philadelphia Division. This is a soccer team for women who have experience playing soccer competitively and wish to improve their skills in teamwork and in their athletic abilities.

Young Americans for Liberty (YAL)

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Young Americans for Liberty is the largest, most active, and fastest-growing pro-liberty organization on America’s college campuses. This organization seeks to identify, educate, train, and mobilize young people committed to winning on principle and to gain a stronger appreciation for the virtues of capitalism.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Zeta Phi Beta is a sorority that serves to empower people from all walks of life and stands firmly against racism and racially-motivated actions that are used to inspire more harm in local communities. Zeta Phi Beta reaches out to its local communities to empower its members and to stand up and try to put an end to discrimination.