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College
Clubs

A great way to get involved in activism is to get involved with a group that is accessible to you. Seattle Green Wave welcomes everyone but may not be the most convenient for some. This page includes a list of clubs in Seattle colleges.

If you are an administrator of the clubs in this list and want to modify the provided description feel free to send us an email. If your club is not in the list feel free to send us a message at greenwave@uw.edu.

University of Washington

  • Student Alliance of Authentic Consent wishes to create a space on campus where we can speak about and implement better consent practices. We will meet 2-4 times monthly to talk about consent in various facets of life and empower one another with the tools to navigate what we might call consensual gray-areas, which each of us encounter constantly. We will examine prejudice and identity, and how they both impact our capacity to successfully give and receive consent. We will provide resources and support for one another, and also aid students in accessing other campus resources, including Peer Health Educator workshops, and peer and professional counseling. We recognize the University as a site of growth and self-discovery, both of which are integral to forming and honing one’s own boundaries and consent praxis. Cultivating one’s understanding and practice of consent is a process of growth, self-respect, and self-discovery that aids us in moving toward our full potential. This organization will offer participants the opportunity to structure their growth at the UW and beyond with knowledge and habits that promote positive relationship and community building skills, and a healthy relationship with oneself. saac@uw.edu

  • Child Rights and You is a 501c3 non-profit organization driven by its vision of a just world in which all children have equal opportunities to develop to their full potential and realize their dreams. We ensure that basic rights of education, healthcare and protection from exploitation and abuse are restored to underprivileged children, including street children, girl children; children bonded in labor, children of commercial sex workers, physically and mentally challenged children and children in institutions. cryuwchapter@gmail.com

  • The Queer People of Color Alliance, or QPOCA, is a group on the University of Washington Seattle campus that supports queer and trans folks of color to build and share community, make friends, have fun, and discuss race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality as it relates to our lives, experiences and marginalization. In addition to weekly meetings, we also have socials, volunteering opportunities, educational programming, event coordination, field trips, and more. qpoca@uw.edu

Seattle University

  • The Gender Justice Center is a student-led organization that provides social support and resources for women, trans folks, and gender-queer students, especially students of color, on SU’s campus. As a center we are focused on creating a space where anyone can come to learn about current issues/ways to resist and to receive support without facing judgment for not knowing. We seek to strengthen the community through providing a liberating space where folks can grow and make mistakes without judgment. We value collaboration, open-mindedness, love, dignity, and transformative justice. genderjusticesu@gmail.com

  • PERIOD's main priority is to work to end period poverty and the stigma associated with it. We will do this through service, education, and advocacy work. This chapter of PERIOD. will primarily focus on service. We will do this by raising funds and collecting menstrual products to then donate to other organizations in our area. hainstockall@seattleu.edu

Seattle Pacific University

  • Haven is a club for LGBTQIA+ students and allies at Seattle Pacific University. We discuss relevant topics and issues and provide a safe space for students on campus, as well as building community with each other. We've also been known for making top-notch arts and crafts! Our goal is to provide community, support, and education for minority students and allies alike. bartoshi@spu.edu

  • Her Campus SPU is our university's chapter of a national online empowerment and lifestyle magazine! We contribute about 3-5 articles per week to the website and meet once a week on Monday's at 7pm in Weter Memorial Hall. Anyone and everyone at SPU can join our club! We warmly welcome writers and readers of any gender, race, sexuality, and religion. We are strongly committed to providing a safe space and uplifting the voices of silenced communities. Our purpose here is to create a space for women and other minorities to use their voice, gain writing and editing experience, grow friendships, and allow for the chance to have creative freedom to write about our interests! Article topics often revolve around culture, style, wellness, life, and career. However, you can write about anything you want! These are just starter topics to get you thinking about potential ideas. Schmidtt@spu.edu

Seattle Central College

  • Queer/Trans Cooperative is a student club focused on building a safe and accepting community for Seattle Central's sexual and gender minority students and allies. Uniting the spectrum of unique identities and philosophies found within the LGBTQ+ community, our mission is to develop a culture of empowerment around a core of education and activism. We will hold bi-weekly meetings to discuss and explore our understanding of LGBTQ+ issues and organize community events. QTCooperative.SCC@seattlecolleges.edu

  • NSC Student Activists. Create more political student engagement on campus and better the community. alaina.ankrom@seattlecolleges.edu

University of Puget Sound

UW Bothell

  • CRY UWB is a chapter of the national organization known as CRY America, which is a nonprofit organization. The vision of this organization is a world where all children have access to equal opportunities. CRY is a grassroots organization meaning they act as a link between projects that are doing good work with children but are short on resources. These projects are primarily in India but there are some projects they support here in the US. CRY acts as a link between people who want to help these children and the children who need help wherever they may be. It is the mission of CRY UWB to promote awareness and raise concern for children living in impoverished areas and provide volunteer and charity opportunities within the campus community through the use of charity events, volunteer services, and campus involvement. IG: cryuwb

  • Her Campus at UWB (HC at UWB) is a female, women-identified community on campus that focuses on uplifting and empowering our voices. Her Campus is an online magazine written by college women for college women. Our members are encouraged to write articles so they can become published writers. We offer opportunities for our members to improve/develop skills in writing, editing, social media/marketing, influencing, and event planning. IG: hercampusuwb

  • The mission of Inequality in Healthcare is to represent minorities who want to make a difference in the healthcare system. Our objective is to provide students with the opportunity to improve our flawed healthcare system. The IHC team believes in the concept of students helping students. We want to share our knowledge and help other students build their own paths to success in the healthcare system based on our own experiences shadowing and volunteering in the healthcare system. IG: IHC_Club_UWB

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