The purpose of the Art Club is to be a functioning society for students interested in traditional means of art. The activities shall include community outreach assignments, engagement, and sessions where you can sit down with other artists in a non-pressured setting and express yourself through art with like-minded individuals. The Art Club is open to any majors at any skill level as the desire is to improve and create with individuals at their own pace. Bringing the Art Club to Iowa Wesleyan is a great way to brighten up campus.
The Association of Student-Athletes (ASA) is for student-athletes who are leaders or have the potential to develop into one. These student-athletes have the opportunity to be the voice for their teammates and other athletes on campus. This group provides a platform for student-athletes to voice their opinions or issues of concern, brainstorm new innovative ideas, create a positive fan experience and offer feedback to the NAIA membership and propose legislation or policy changes. ASA offers these student-athletes the opportunity to develop their leadership skills as they represent and empower all NAIA student-athletes.
Advisor: Ashley Miller – [email protected]
The Iowa Wesleyan Behavioral Science Club is to provide an opportunity for students to socialize while engaging in activities related to the social sciences. The purpose of the club is to foster discussions and learning about the behavioral sciences, learning about academic and applied areas of the behavioral sciences, conducting research, networking with professionals in the community and related organizations, and supplementing coursework knowledge in order to help promote readiness for work and graduate study in the behavioral sciences and related fields.
The Purpose of Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society shall be to function as an honor and professional society for students of the biological sciences. Its activities shall be designed to stimulate interest, scholarly attainment, and investigation in the biological sciences, and to promote the dissemination of information and new interpretations among students of the life sciences.
Black Student Union is an organization whose goal is to educate the Iowa Wesleyan University community on past and current issues facing the Black community. Through discussion, service, and education Black Student Union strives to promote positive change and help mold the future of Iowa Wesleyan University students and the surrounding community. Black Student Union will do this by strengthening the bonds and relationships amongst union members as well as between the Black Student Union and the campus community as a whole.
Purpose- to bring the members of its organization and to the student body of Iowa Wesleyan University applicable, real-world business experience and information. This will be done in the form of bringing guest speakers that anyone in the community can attend, field trips/tours of businesses in the community and surrounding areas, “crash courses” for its members that talk about business related topics such as but not limited to: credit cards, networking, and investing.
Campus Activity Board (C.A.B) is a student run organization whose mission is to bring entertainment and engagement to the students of Iowa Wesleyan University. We host a wide variety of events ranging from live acts that include hypnotists, improv groups, and magicians to bingo night where students have the opportunity win prizes to bubble soccer and dodgeball tournaments among many others.
We are always finding new and improved events and acts to liven up campus while having a blast doing so. C.A.B is a great way to get involved in an awesome group while meeting many amazing people along the way! If bringing fun and excitement to campus sounds like something you would be interested in, SUB is the organization for you!
Karoline Stratton, Kiel Parkhurst, Logan Lucas, and Faith Younce.
Welcome, Future Tiger Cheerleaders!
Cheerleading is considered a club at Iowa Wesleyan. While the members of the team are dedicated to the team, they currently come from many different areas of study, as well as other sports and extracurricular activities on campus. The cheerleading squad regularly cheers at home games for Football and Basketball and also performs at different events throughout the academic year as well. Iowa Wesleyan’s Cheerleading Squad welcomes all students to try out to potentially be a part of the team.
Tryouts for current students are held near the end of each semester. Incoming students and those who miss tryouts are free to fill out the following electronic form to be contacted for their next steps.
Delaney Van Ness – Cheer Coach
Marlenne Arreola – Cheer Coach
Cheerleading Constitution and Agreement: Download Cheerleading Constitution
Assumption of Risk and Liability Form: Download Risk and Liability Form
The Criminal Justice Society is comprised of students with a shared interest in the field of Criminal Justice. The Criminal Justice Society was created to provide better insight into possible Criminal Justice career paths and to give students the ability to make connections with Criminal Justice professionals and agencies.
The Criminal Justice Society is one of the newest Iowa Wesleyan University and is open to all students. The Criminal Justice Society seeks to provide interesting events, employment opportunities, and valuable skills to students interested in the field of Criminal Justice such as Law Enforcement, forensics, Corrections, Law, and Criminology. The Criminal Justice Society was established to assist students with their academic and professional goals through network and skill building, while also assisting the community through community service.
Cru is a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ.
Cru is a Christ-centered movement on the campus of Iowa Wesleyan University. Open to believers and non-believers, we strive to have meaningful, relevant conversations about who God is and the impact He can have on our lives.
CRU Student Leader: Ella Francis [email protected]
The purpose of this organization is to promote and maintain school spirit while also providing entertainment through performance at certain events including but not limited to sporting events.
The Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Club provides a safe environment for students regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity. GSA’s goal is to create a platform to fight gender, racial, and LGBTQ economic and social justice. We want to educate our fellow Iowa Wesleyan University students and advocate for the LGBTQ community.
- What brought you here
- Comfort at IW
- Healthy relationships
- Overcoming social issues
GSA: Brian Calderon-Baylon: [email protected]
GSA Advisor: José Pérez Reisler: [email protected]
Hispanic Latino Alliance is an organization dedicated to representing and supporting people of color and celebrating our culture as a Hispanic Latino community at IW. Our goal is to be a voice and an outlet for our people and for those who support our people. Si te caes siete veces, levántate ocho.
Student Leader: Irais Lopez – [email protected]
Advisor: Jaime Martinez – [email protected]
Advisor: Marlenne Arreola – [email protected]
Advisor: Elizabeth Bohman – [email protected]
Advisor: Precious Bahena – [email protected]
The International Student Organization is a resource that international students can use to assist in the journey through the college experience. Additionally, our organization is an educational tool for all of our students as it can bring light and awareness to the abundance of different cultures and backgrounds that we have here at Iowa Wesleyan. From a personal standpoint, the International Student Organization is an excellent resource for all of our students, regardless of where they come from. Through this organization, we hope to obtain and develop a deeper, richer global community and understanding.
Purpose of Organization- To be social between students and exchange the experience and interest in Mahjong. You will also be able to learn the knowledge, rules and basic rules of Mahjong.
The purpose of NAfME Collegiate is to afford musicians and future music educators an opportunity for professional orientation and development while still in school and to enable them to gain an understanding of:
- the basic truths and principles that underlie the role of music in human life;
- the philosophy and function of the music education profession;
- the professional interests of members involved in the local, state, division, and national levels;
- the knowledge and practices of the professional music educator as facilitated through chapter activity.
Omega Delta Alpha is a student-led fraternity club here at Iowa Wesleyan that was established by five bold and bright young men whose mission was to build relationships, continuity, fellowship, respect, and goodwill. Through philanthropy and community involvement on and off campus, the Alpha’s have established themselves as one the premier fraternities on campus, which has earned them the respect due to their clubs ability to recruit and groom future leaders. The core values that the Alpha’s live by are: Integrity, Respect, Honesty, & Brotherhood.
Student Government Association coordinates the interests and activities of the student body and shares in the responsibilities of university governance as it directly affects student life. Each student organization, as a requirement of recognition, must have a representative present at all open SGA meetings. Each full-time student becomes a member of the Iowa Wesleyan University student government upon registration.
President: Ella Francis
Vice President: Natilee Dentel,
Secretary: Precious Bahena
Treasurer: Nathan Cronkhite
- SGA Fund Request Form
- Student Organization Recognition Form
- Student Organization Update Form
- Student Organization Handbook
For information on the Student Government Association, contact the Office of Student Development at 319-385-6256.
Constitution of the Student Government
Student Government By-Laws
SNA’s mission is to mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses, and to convey the standards, ethics, and skills that students will need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession.
Student Leader: Alana Dennis – [email protected]
Student Leader: Virginia Ruffo – [email protected]
Advisor: Lisa Kongable – [email protected]
Advisor: Samantha Tarrence – [email protected]
Advisor: Teya Hawkins – [email protected]
The purpose of Theta Sigma Rho is to provide members an outlet for philanthropic values, community service, personal and intellectual growth.
Theta Sigma Rho consists of women whose purpose is to become successful individuals through philanthropy, leadership experience, and sisterhood. As a chapter, we try to facilitate the growth of all members and to promote qualities to create leaders in our community. We pride ourselves in being a diverse group of women from many different divisions, backgrounds, and personal interests.
Tiger Guides sole purpose is to welcome new students and families to Iowa Wesleyan University. The Tiger Guides is made up of students from sophomore year and up. These students set the tone for our incoming students that shows what it is really like to be a Tiger! Joining this crew means that you know what it takes to be a Tiger and you want to share that experience with new students!
Tiger Guides helps welcomes new students during the summer and fall months. Applications to join Tiger Guides will be announced closer to the end of the spring semester.