University Events and Student Programs

Special Interest

To contact all student organizations, you can find their current information on OrgSync @ www.orgsync.com

 

Children Are Reason Enough (C.A.R.E.)
A student organization dedicated to the well-being of children in the San Antonio community. A few events include school visits, "learning days", and school festivials for unprivledged children. Not just for Education majors.

 

Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International
CPFI strives to encourage the advancement of knowledge and ethics in the practice of pharmacy, also to encourage evangelism and the integration of Christian faith into practice.

 

Deaf Awareness Club

 

Ethics Club
The Ethics Club strives to create a place for students to voice their opinions about ethical issues they may have encountered, heard about or want to take action against.

 

Logos Newspaper
UIW's student newspaper is published several times during the fall and spring semesters. The mainly volunteer staff keeps the university informed with coverage of current events and university-related issues. Reporters, photographers, graphic artists and layout designers are invited year-round to contribute their expertise.

Project Africa

 

Quirk
This literary publication is produced by UIW students who are interested in the publishing process from start to finish. Students pick a theme for the book, send out a call for manuscripts, then evaluate, select and publish a variety of poems, short stories and photographs. Finally, students market, publicize and sell copies of Quirk to the community.

Society of Success and Leadership
The Society of Success and Leadership (Sigma Alpha Lambda) is a national society dedicated to helping college students create the lives they desire by helping them discover what they trly want to do, and giving them the support, motivation, and tools to achieve their goals. People do not just become successful by accident; it takes planning and motivation to achieve personal goals. A local chapter is also available.

STAND: One People, One Tribe
STAND| One People, One Tribe is a non-profit organization at the University of the Incarnate Word. We aim to make a difference in the world by unifying our world as One People, One Tribe. Through this approach we seek to make in impact by assisting our domestic community and Global as well. We are a branch of Gulu Hope, our Mother organization, and our partnership with them helps us improve the lives of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPS) in poverty through education.

 

Student Veterans Association
The SVA's mission is to serve as advocates for teh student veterans and families of UIW by providing essential information and guidance that aids in student success, spiritual growth in God, and enduring bonds that last a lifetime.

 

Students Teaching & Advocating for Responsible Self-Growth (STARS)
Do you care about other people? Are you interested in health issues? Then you may be a good candidate for this group of peer educators. All members are trained in active listening and health and safety issues. Once trained, they offer fellow students guidance and support. Members attend related conferences and host events such as World AIDS Day, Sober Roads drug & alcohol prevention program and the Wellness Fair. All majors are welcome. For more information, contact the President or Health Services at 829-3126.


To Write Love on Her Arms

 

Ultimate Frisbee Club
This club promotes friendly competition, meeting new people and playing Ultimate Frisbee.

 

Visual Arts Society

 


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