Organizations & Clubs

Clubs & Organizations

American Criminal Justice Association-Lambda Alpha Epsilon--Alpha Delta Chi Chapter

The Wilmington University Criminal Justice Association provides out-of-class learning experiences, networking opportunities, social interactions, and a sense of camaraderie among the Criminal Justice majors. The club is dedicated to promoting professional standards and a greater understanding of the professionals and agencies devoted to the Criminal Justice field.


Kirk Trate, Advisor
John Rolfe, Assistant Advisor

Behavioral Science Club

The Behavioral Science Club was established in the Fall of 2008 to promote the interest in the Behavioral Sciences. Our club allows members to explore internships, career opportunities, attend workshops & lectures with guest speakers, and build relationships in the field.


Johanna Bishop, Advisor

Bridging the Gap

The purpose of Bridging the Gap is to give students a connection to the university and to peers on campus to navigate through college life. We aim to promote mental wellness, stress management, time management, balancing work, balancing family life, and balancing the college experience.


Sally Healy, Advisor

Digital Film Making Club

The purpose of the Digital Film Making Club is to provide members with networking, education, career and portfolio development.


Scott Shaw, Advisor

Friendship Alliance

The main purpose and mission of the Wilmington University Friendship Alliance club is to bring awareness and give students the opportunity to form friendships and bonds with young adults that have intellectual disabilities.


Stacey Stickle, Advisor

Game Club

The purpose of Game Club is to provide a place for Wilmington University students to try out a variety of old and new types of gaming entertainment.


Scott Shaw, Advisor

Green Team

The GREEN TEAM is a volunteer group of students, staff and faculty striving to raise awareness on campus, at home and in the community. The Group is working to establish Sustainability programs that improve environmental quality, decrease waste, and conserve natural resources and energy. Higher education institutions bear a profound responsibility to increase the awareness, knowledge, skills and values needed to create a just and sustainable future. More information regarding the University's GREEN practices and how you can become involved can be obtained by contacting the GREEN TEAM coordinator, Mark Paris, at 302-356-6829 or visit GREEN TEAM website. It's up to all of us to make this change. Get involved!


Thomas Hurd, Advisor

Military/Veteran Student Organization (MVSO)

The purpose of the Military/Veteran Student Organization is to promote camaraderie and encourage networking amongst our Military and Veteran students through a non-political social organization. The mission of the Military/Veteran Student Organization is to provide the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in the transition from military to student life and beyond.


James S. Webb, Advisor

Multicultural Student Association

The mission of the Multicultural Student Association is to foster and enrich Wilmington University Students' awareness of diverse cultures. We will offer support and guidance to our members as well as actively participate in functions on and off campus.


Angelina Burns, Advisor

Organizational Development Network

The Organizational Dynamics (OD) Network is a community of students and professionals who are interested in providing opportunities for personal and professional learning, development, and support. This organization is committed to developing the field and practices of OD through sharing best practices, innovations, trends, research, approaches, and techniques.


Dr. Patrice Gilliam Johnson, Advisor

Online Student Association

This organization is for all WU students that want to connect with other students and participate with online activities. Members will have a chance to network with students, faculty, and staff in a relaxed atmosphere.


Kelly Clayton, Advisor

Photography Club

The Wilmington University Photography Club is open to photography students in the College of Technology. Other students who have an interest in photography are welcome. The club is a forum for students to share techniques and ideas.


Susan Gregg, Advisor

Psychology Club

The purpose of the club is for students to explore the world of Psychology and the profession outside of the classroom.


Kelly Cheeseman, Advisor

Psychology Club - Dover Chapter

The purpose of the club is for students to explore the world of Psychology and the profession outside of the classroom.


Dr. Rebecca Ghabour, Advisor

Running Club

The mission of the running club is to provide an accepting physically active environment for students of all athletic abilities by engaging in exercise and learning nutritional concepts.


Crystal Trejo, Advisor

Society for Human Resource Management

The Wilmington University Student Chapter—Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is responsible for providing students with an overview and opportunities in the field of human resource management. Membership in the chapter gives the student access to a wealth of knowledge and professional membership in the Delaware SHRM chapter. Benefits available through the Chapter are networking, professional development, leadership development and career opportunities.


Rob Weinstein, Advisor

NEW! If you are interested in joining, you can apply online.

Student Alumni Association

The Student Alumni Association (SAA) is open to all current students and young alumni (less than 5 years out). The SAA creates, promotes and engages in opportunities that enhance leadership and networking skills while sharing the spirit of philanthropy and school pride. The SAA will foster these skills as students prepare for their roles as future alums.


Stacey Stickel, Advisor


Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

The functions of the SAAC organization are to emphasize academic opportunities and responsibilities of student-athletes in their college experience; encourage student-athletes to apply what is learned in athletics to their course of study and ultimately, to their career development; assist in the implementation of orientation programs for student-athletes; promote positive relationships between student-athletes and the staff and faculty of the University and the residents of the community; assist in the implementation of programs that will promote a positive image of intercollegiate athletics and the student-athlete.


Nick Papanicolas, Advisor


Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA) is the primary governing body of all students enrolled at the University. Through SGA, students have a voice in collegiate activities. The SGA is responsible for the formation of all student clubs and for representing students on standing committees of the University. SGA meeting times are published in advance and are open to all students from all student sites. For specific information, contact the SGA Advisor at the New Castle Campus or the Wilmington University main office at the other sites.


Alice Miller, Advisor

Student United Way

The Wilmington University Student United Way is a student-run branch of the United Way of Delaware. We are a group of student volunteers devoted to lending our time and talent for the benefit of our surrounding community. Additionally, we work closely with United Way of Delaware to provide them continuing support. Through our efforts, we hope to encourage other students to become both active members of our club and volunteers within their own community. Ultimately, our goal is to inspire our members to continue giving and volunteering beyond their careers at Wilmington University.


Patty Greene, Advisor

WildCat Cheerleaders

The Wilmington University Wildcat Cheerleaders perform at basketball games, compete in local/national competitions and can be seen at many other campus and community events.


Jeff Martino, Co-Advisor

Ashley Swarter, Co-Advisor

Wildcat Dance Team

The purpose of the Wildcat Dance Team is to promote community, enthusiasm, and school spirit by providing team members the opportunity to express them-selves positively through the art of dance. Involvement will provide an outlet for students to display their talents, the chance to connect with other students, and will promote personal growth and build confidence.


Tia Parks, Co-Advisor/Coach

Honor Societies

Behavioral Science International Honor Society, Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society

Pi Gamma Mu is an international honor society for eligible Behavioral Science, Psychology, and Organizational Dynamics students. The mission of Pi Gamma Mu is to encourage and promote excellence in the social sciences and to uphold the ideals of scholarship and service.


Johanna Bishop, Advisor

Business Honor Society, Sigma Beta Delta

Sigma Beta Delta, the international society in Business, Management, and Administration, was established in 1994 to honor students who have attained superior academic records in business programs in colleges with regional accreditation. This organization exists to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among business and management students and to promote aspirations toward personal and professional achievement.

The Wilmington University Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta was formed in 1995. An induction ceremony is held twice a year, usually on the Friday before the January and May graduation. This ceremony recognizes the academic achievement of the top 20% of that year’s business graduates. The inductees are presented with a certificate acknowledging their achievement, a Sigma Beta Delta lapel pin, and a green and gold honors cord which is to be worn with the academic attire at graduation.


Janice Wardle, Co-Advisor
John Cunningham, Co-Advisor

Criminal Justice National Honor Society, Alpha Phi Sigma Eta Beta Chapter

The purpose of this organization will be to promote excellence within the Criminal Justice major. The goal is to prepare students to become scholarly practitioners in their chosen profession. Membership is limited to those students who are Criminal Justice majors. Undergraduate students must have obtained junior status, have a 3.4 cumulative GPA, with a 3.4 GPA in all Criminal Justice courses. Undergraduate students must have also completed 15 Criminal Justice credits at Wilmington University. Graduate students must have completed their degree with a 3.75 GPA.


Kirk Trate, Advisor

Disability Services, International Honors Society, Delta Alpha Pi, Gamma Alpha Chapter

Delta Alpha Pi is an international honor society that was established to distinguish students who have attained superior academic records while managing personal setbacks. The mission of Delta Alpha Pi is to recognize strength, achievement and pride in these students. DAPi also sponsors activities and service projects throughout the academic year.


Christyn Rudolf, Advisor

Education International Honor Society, Kappa Delta Pi

The Wilmington University Chi Phi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is an International Honor Society in Education. The society elects those students to membership who exhibit high ideals in scholarship, high personal standards, and promise in teaching.


Thelma Hinds, Advisor

Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society/Delta Lambda Chapter

Epsilon Pi Tau is an international honor society that encourages academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the general study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for the technology professions. It recognizes and provides services to students in degree and certificate programs in accredited higher education institutions offering associate through doctoral degree programs. It provides recognition of individuals for achievement and leadership, and is a medium for professional development. Membership in Epsilon Pi Tau is open to technology students and professionals with careers in technology. Students are considered for membership in this International Honorary Society because of their academic excellence. Only those individuals who have shown scholastic success are considered.


Nancy McDonald, Advisor

Human Services Honor Society- Tau Upsilon Alpha National Organization, Nu Chapter

Tau Upsilon Alpha (TUA) National Human Services Honor Society, Nu Chapter, is open to graduate students in the Administration of Human Services program. Students who have completed at least 24 credits, have a 3.5 GPA or higher, and are in the top 35% of their class are invited for membership. The purpose of TUA is to honor academic excellence; to foster lifelong learning, leadership, and development; and to promote excellence in service to humanity. TUA also sponsors a Service Society, which is open to any student who is interested in engaging in community service projects.


Adrienne Bey, Advisor

Legal Studies Honor Society, Lambda Epsilon Chi

Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) was established in 1994 to recognize those individuals who have demonstrated superior academic performance in an established program of paralegal/legal studies. In order to apply for induction into Lambda Epsilon Chi prospective students must: Complete two-thirds of their LES core courses (33 credits for bachelor; 18 credits for certificate); Achieve an overall GPA of 3.5 or higher in their LES courses; Submit an application; and write an essay(s) on an assigned topic and formal recommendation from the Legal Studies Advisory Board.


Amy L. O’Dell, Esq.

Nursing, International Honor Society, Omicron Gamma Chapter Of Sigma Theta Tau

Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) is a non-profit organization which recognizes superior achievement in nursing. In addition, STTI fosters high professional standards and the development of leadership qualities, encourages creative work, and strengthens commitment to the ideals and purposes of the profession. Omicron Gamma is the Wilmington University chapter of STTI. Membership is by invitation only. Induction occurs in the spring of each year.


Felicia Jones-Haskins, Co-Advisor

Angie Steele-Tilton Co-Advisor


A part of college life is the personal enrichment obtained outside the classroom through student activities. Through participation in various academic, cultural, social or athletic organizations, students have the opportunity to develop relationships with other students.

Student organizations are listed below, along with Academic Honor Societies. Please feel free to participate in any organization or to propose new organizations to the S.G.A. All clubs and interest groups must secure approval from the Office of Student Life before being formally organized.

Student Organizations Policies

All notices and signs must be approved by the Office of Student Life prior to posting.

Student Activity/Event Approval

Any student activity or event must be approved through the Office of Student Life. An Event Approval Form must be completed and submitted to the Office of Student Affairs at least one month prior to the date of the activity/event. This form includes general activity/event information (date, time, location, description of activity/event, how it will be funded, etc.). Funding must be in place prior to the activity/event being approved. No activity/event may be scheduled or marketed until approval has been secured by the Senior Director of Student Life.

Transportation Policies and Procedures

The safety of our students at Wilmington University is very important. With this in mind, the University has instituted the following policies and procedures for student travel (see link below). All travelers must abide by these procedures; the Student Code of Conduct found in the Student Handbook (located online at as well as all local, state and federal laws.

Policy Documents

Online Forms