Get Involved on Campus
Get Involved on Campus
Alphabet Soup is a club whose goals is to provide a safe, fun, and comfortable environment for people involved in, supportive of, or inserted in learning about the GLBTTQQIAPPS community: that is Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Queer, Questioning, Intersexed, Asexual, Pansexual, Polyamorous, Straight!
Be a Human Campaign
This is a student led campaign established in 2016 by Levi Rose Barrett aiming to call to action for the Westminster College community to stand up against ableism, racism, transphobia, and queerphobia, through a variety of intersectional installations and demonstrations each month.
Students for Choice
Our mission is to involve students to become empowered in their reproductive health choices and local government. Working in conjunction with the Planned Parenthood Action Council, we believe in the fundamental rights of every individual, throughout the world, to manage his or her fertility, regardless of the individual's income, marital status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, age, national origin, disability, or residence.
Black Student Union
“You have the power to make a difference!” BSU represents different racial, gender, and religious backgrounds and come together to understand African-American and Black cultures through social events, community service, and fun activities.
Latinx Club provides the Latinx community an opportunity to share their various cultures at Westminster College. Through its cultural activities and service projects, the club invites students to enhance their knowledge of Latin American and Spanish peoples.
Our main goal is to heighten awareness about radical feminism. This includes coming together for events and meetings, empowering all feminists at Westminster and throughout the community, and engaging in meaningful service projects. Our club values diversity, intersectionality, inclusiveness, and acceptance of all people.
Walkways to Westminster
Walkways is a college access program for first generation, underrepresented 8-12th grade youth from Promise South Salt Lake. The Walkways program mentors both youth and their families about the steps it takes to obtain higher education with hands on activities and resources that encourages them to prepare for life after high school.