The BSU's purpose is to create a safe space for Black Students to be themselves. Our main goal is to build community and love one another.
JSU seeks to provide an inclusive and safe space to all Jewish identities and allies.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship will provide a discussion group for athletes of any sport (varsity, club, or intramural) to better represent Christian values while competing on the field as well as making a difference in the Tacoma community.
To provide a space for students who identify as Asian or Pacific Islander, and build a supportive, and fun community!
To create a space for students with mixed identities to have a space and build community together. Go mixed hotties!
SOIC creates social programming for students with international backgrounds and/or interests.
A space for Latinx students to feel welcome and included!
Pepa Lago-Graña and Jairo
Radically Approaching Gender
To foster and empower a supportive community and provide resources to be successful for students of color who have declared or are interested in a major or minor in a STEM field.
To advocate for and provide support to students with disabilities.
Queer Alliance, formerly Prism, is a supportive community of queer and ally students that affirms all sexual orientations and identities. We work through social, political, and educational activism for equality for all sexual minorities.
To create a safe space for people with family ties to the MENA region to come together.
A safe and fun discussion/conversation space to address problems of race and pedagogy.
The purpose of Ka ‘Ohana Aloha is to promote and spread the spirit of Aloha by bringing students from and outside Hawai’i interested in perpetuating Hawaiian culture.
Transracial Adoptees Community (TRAC) is an identity-based club on the campus of University of Puget Sound specifically for those identifying in the intersection of being BIPOC and adopted.
We are looking forward to coming together and creating a safe space to discuss our shared experiences as transracial adoptees while also recognizing and validating the uniqueness of each member’s situation. Through the Transracial Adoptees Community, we will gather in community through events and meaningful discussions in club meetings.
Club Soccer aims to promote the game of soccer to an ever-expanding group of diverse, passionate members who grow and evolve alongside each other. We accomplish this through weekly training, fitness exercises, and skill sessions, in turn improving the health, character, and motivation of our members. We are a community where all are welcome to play the beautiful game.
We as a club provide the opportunity for students to learn about the
international sport of rugby. By playing rugby, students are introduced to a sport that they may not have known about prior to joining the club and they are brought into a group of people who are more than willing to help teach each other the game. Rugby is a sport that can often lean on veteran players to help teach new and inexperienced players how to play, thus providing every student an opportunity to lead and teach in their own right.
Clearcut Ultimate Frisbee is a place where women of all skill levels can come and play frisbee and experience the frisbee community.
Ultimate brings knowledge of frisbee to all. Quality level play for all levels of experience.
The Kayak Club serves to give the campus community the opportunity to learn essential kayaking skills in a safe controlled environment, while emphasizing fun, team building, trust, self-confidence, and community.
Create a fun and inclusive club to shred in winter!
The Climbing Club works to create an inclusive climbing environment on and off campus. We aim to introduce a larger group of people into the climbing community and help foster a love for climbing for climbers with a range of experience.
The Men’s Lacrosse Club is interested in growing the game. We intend to continue our tradition of growing our team’s fundamentals and camaraderie!
Mortar Board, Inc., is an honor society of individuals selected for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service.
The goal of garden club is to create a space to learn about gardening, food accessibility, and to build community
The Geology Club provides a social and academic gathering for any students interested in the field of geology. It offers social events, field trips, research endeavors, and other activities, all to provide enrichment to its members and the community.
The Fencing Club seeks to provide education and entertainment to novice and veteran fencers. We push for the development and learning of skills in an enjoyable atmosphere.
CWMEA represents all those on campus who have an interest in music education. The club hosts weekly guest lectures on topics in music performance, history, and pedagogy with the aim of furthering the knowledge of our members.
The mission of What She Said is to manage, serve, and promote A Cappella music on campus.
Hiveminders will gather individuals who are interested in cultivating bees, and hive management techniques. We also educate students, as well as the campus community about bees, their life cycles, and their important role in the ecosystem. We also promote sustainable practices, ethical agriculture, and preservation of natural spaces for insects like the honey bee.
Advocates for Detained Voices is a solidarity club at UPS focused on amplifying the voices of those affected by the system of immigration detention in the United States, recognizing the colonial and racist roots in place. We follow the leadership and work in coalition with La Resistencia, a local group led by undocumented people and people detained at the Northwest Detention Center, which exists only 10 minutes from our campus.
Film and Media Club provides students with the opportunity to gain experience and further their interest in film and video production. The club is an outlet to learn more about the dynamics of media: writing, producing, editing, directing, and acting.
UWE increases visibility of women pursuing economics degrees, provides networking opportunities that promote the advancement of women in economic professions and creates a forum in which research and issues of common interest can be explored.
An organization that welcomes anyone interested in creating a community and allyship in the tech industry. Our goal is to both teach and hone tech skills, provide a space where students can engage with local women in tech, as well as supporting all.
We provide a space for people to come together, play some games, and have fun.
We provide a space for people who want to relax and play some board games to come together and have fun.
To provide a supportive space for marginalized and underrepresented students in mathematics and computer science.
Habitat for Humanity seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.
RDG seeks to provide members of the Puget Sound community exposure to dance in all its forms.
Knowledge is Power
To facilitate a community of theatre-makers and create opportunities for fun, inclusive, and creative student-driven theatre.
Jess K. Smith
Founded in 1932, the Adelphian Concert Choir is one of the signature groups of the university and is recognized as one of the Northwest’s most acclaimed ensembles. For more than 70 years this auditioned choir has sustained a level of choral excellence.
Allowing students from all disciplines to gain a real, valued investing experience.
Increases campus and community awareness of the occupational therapy profession and engages with the community through volunteer work.
To share and promote a love for and knowledge of houseplant cultivation within the University of Puget Sound student body, to maintain an environment that welcomes all levels of expertise, to serve as a social outlet for houseplant-loving students at the university that allows them to converse about this common interest, and to be an informational resource to members of the campus community at large, through online webinars and workshops on plant care. Anyone interested in houseplants is welcome to join--no prior knowledge is required, just a willingness to learn and grow!
Pre-Health Professions Club
To bring students together and foster a community around tabletop roleplaying games.
Brett M. Rogers
Jess J Smith
Promoting the physical therapy profession through education, experience, and community involvement and providing an opportunity for personal growth, charity, and leadership within our student members.
Collaborative Art Club is a space for students to create and collaborate weekly. This club is casual and open to any UPS student!
To create a common space for people with interest in learning about chess to come and play weekly.
Our club mission is promoting "Conservation Through Inclusivity." Our organization lowers the high financial cost of entry for beginner student anglers from all backgrounds. We also offer ways for students to legally become involved in fishing regardless of citizenship or nationality status.
Historically, the conservation movement in the United States has excluded people from minority backgrounds. By promoting true diversity within recreational fishing, we aim to make a greater contribution to our nation's conservation movement. Without diversity, conservation is inherently flawed, and we intend to be an inclusive force for conservation.
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