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Clubs and Organizations

Student organizations and campus clubs offer opportunities for students to share similar interests while enhancing skills, which can bolster resumes, references, and scholarship applications. It's easy to create a club based around common interests. In the past, we've had clubs from health careers to engineering, and from a non-traditional students club to a tabletop gaming club.

Student Organizations

 Marathon Student Association (MSA)
Student Activities Board
Multicultural Resource Center
MUSH Literary Magazine

Campus Clubs

All clubs must submit registration forms each year to be active.

To create a campus club, you need:
•a constitution stating the club's purpose and meeting schedule
•an election of four student officers
•a faculty or staff advisor

Officially chartered clubs can request up to $500 from the Student Government Association and utilize campus resources such as meeting rooms and bulletin boards.

UWSP at Wausau Club Registration Form.docx

Fund Request Form
Activity Liability Waiver Form

Club Resources

[Coming soon - an updated Student Clubs and Organizations Guide, with a sample constitution]

Suggested Constitutional Form

For additional information, please contact:

Marathon Student Association
Room 186

Solution Center

Registered Clubs 

The array of clubs varies each year, depending upon student interest. New clubs typically form at the start of the academic year. Listed below are current active clubs.

For more information on clubs, please contact the Solution Center at 715-261-6235. 

Social Services Club

The Social Services Club is dedicated to projects that are aligned with the values of social service professions.  Contact Kate Kipp with questions or to join.


Cru is a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus!  Contact Janette Baumann with questions or to join.


MUSH holds writing events and produces Mush Magazine.  Contact Jill Stukenberg with questions or to join.

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