Get involved

Numerous Opportunities

A lake. The woods. Walking paths. Modern buildings. Historic facilities. It’s all part of your new community. Being involved on campus will provide you with a passion to make GWC an even better place to learn.

Things to do

Join the Responsible Solutions Club

Created with the goal to educate the campus, get students involved in community projects and learn how their actions can affect the environment, the Responsible Solutions Club encourages students to join the cause. The club hosts numerous on-campus activities and plans off-campus events.

Advisor: Richard Boniak, Associate Professor of Environmental & General Sciences, 262-245-8612, rboniak@gwc.aurora.edu

Advisor: Meredith Harvey, Assistant Professor of English, 262-245–8613, mharvey@gwc.aurora.edu

Join the Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is open to any undergraduate student who is interested in or would like to learn more about psychology. Meetings are held twice a month and include guest speakers, social activities, discussions and research project collaboration. The club will also discuss graduate school resources and job resources, and organizing study sessions.

Advisor: Sara Johnson, Assistant Professor of Psychology, 262-245-8527, sjohnson@gwc.aurora.edu

Sports and health

Throughout the year, intramural sports are offered on campus. Check the activities calendar for information regarding activities such as volleyball and basketball. The GWC campus is also home to a sand volleyball court, two tennis courts and a fitness center. Exercise sessions are also available through the student wellness program.

Experience the outdoors

With its location on beautiful Geneva Lake, GWC is the perfect place for reflection and inspiration. And it's also a great place for adventure. Take part in interests such as:

  • Kayaking
  • Skiing
  • Hiking
  • Sailing
  • Swimming
  • Fishing

Have fun indoors

Relaxing activities for students are planned during the week and weekends on campus. Some activities include:

  • Crafting
  • Movie nights
  • Board games
  • Video games
  • Special dinners
  • Social events

Take a trip

From entertainment to volunteer opportunities, GWC provides organized trips to local and metropolitan areas. Students can sign up for off-campus adventures through the Office of Student Life. Examples of opportunities include:

  • Comedy shows
  • Sporting events
  • Museums
  • Entertainment venues
  • Concerts
  • County fairs
  • Amusement parks
  • Volunteering at non-profit organizations