The purpose of this club is to provide students with the opportunity to attend a wide array of cultural and artistic events. This club will introduce students to cultural and academic events within and outside of their academic fields, thus helping to give students a well-rounded educational experience. In addition, this club will provide students with community service opportunities that provide experiences that they may not get inside of the classroom, or within their major course work.
Academic Pursuit Constitution
The purpose of this club is to expose students to different aspects of the accounting profession. For instance, students have opportunities to interact with members the local community’s accounting professionals.
Accounting Club Constitution
American Choral Directors Association (ACDA)
The purposes of this organization shall be those as set forth in the National Constitution of the American Choral Directors Association, and are state as follows:
1. To foster and promote choral singing which will provide artistic and spirited experiences for the participants.
2. To foster and promote the finest types of choral music to make these experiences possible.
3. To foster and encourage rehearsal procedures conducive to attaining the highest level possible in musicianship and artistic performance.
4. To foster and promote the organization and development of choral groups of all types in schools, colleges, and churches.
5. To foster and promote the organization and development of choral societies in cities and communities.
6. To foster and promote the intelligent understanding of choral music as an important medium of artistic expression.
7. To foster and promote significant research in the field of choral music.
8. To foster and promote composition of superior quality in both music and text for all choral combinations.
9. To cooperate with all organizations dedicated to the development of musical culture in America.
10. To disseminate professional news and information about choral music.
Athletic Training Club
Members of the Athletic Training Club attend the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association Convention annually and bring back valuable hands-on information to the Westfield State campus.
The Biology Club affords an opportunity for students of the biological sciences to have the benefits of professional associations in their field as well as educating the university community about the biological sciences.
Biology Club Constitution
The Business Club will expose and broaden student knowledge of various aspects of general business practices related to economic activities evident in our modern day technological society through the following means - discussion by guest speakers, seminars, workshops, interpersonal business relations, forums and field trips.
Business Club Constitution
The primary purpose of the Communications Club is to participate in, assist with, and provide others with social interaction. The club involves members in extracurricular academic-related activities such as public relations, advertising, broadcasting, film, and journalism on and off the campus.
Communications Club Constitution
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminal Justice Club provides students with specific information concerning the numerous and varied fields within the criminal justice system and provides students with a better understanding of the criminal justice system through off-campus field trips.
Criminal Justice Constitution
The Economic Society presents and discusses those pertinent social issues which are intimately affected by economic manifestations. Within this framework, the Economic Society sponsors colloquia, speakers and trips for its membership and the student body at large.
Economic Society Constitution
This club promotes the training of First Responders, as well as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) and First Aid Instructors. Also, the EMS Club works with students to provide quality emergency services to residents of Westfield State and the surrounding community.
EMS Club Constitution
This club cultivates the appreciation of literature and other arts. It is also responsible for the management and production of the University's literary magazine "Persona."
English Club Constitution
Environmental Planning Club
The Environmental Planning Club encourages members to enrich the environment. The club helps its members in the Environmental Planning field gain knowledge by observing various groups in the community to get a feel for their procedures. It builds personal confidence through various rewarding activities in the wilderness while having fun doing community and environmental services.
Environmental Planning Club Constitution
Exercise Science Club
The Exercise Science Club will provide opportunities for students to engage in activities (both on and off campus) that support, develop and sustain healthy and fit lifestyles.
Exercise Science Club Constitution
General Science Club
The primary purpose of the General Science Club is to organize activities for its members and to educate the Westfield community on science related topics. Those activities focus on, but are not limited to, the invitation of guest speakers to the campus, various student-lead presentations given to younger students throughout the community, trips to science related locations, and activities which will allow the members to establish bonds with others who hold common interests.
General Science Club Constitution
The primary purpose of the History Club is to provide the entire university community with the opportunity to view and gather historical information. The club strives to provide members with activities and information by offering many informative trips and lectures.
History Club Constitution
International Relations Club
The IR Club is one of the most active academic clubs on campus. Members take two classes (International Relations and Comparative Foreign Policy) and, parallel to this, do independent research on international political issues to prepare for debate in the Model United Nations Conferences.
The Law Club shall serve students interested in the study of law and enrich their knowledge of the legal discipline.
Law Club Constitution
The primary purpose of this organization shall be to advance and promote understanding of important marketing issues among members of the Marketing Club. Additionally, the Marketing Club shall help promote career awareness for students interested in marketing as a career. These goals shall be accomplished through a variety of on-campus and off-campus activities including, but not limited to, visiting companies, guest speakers, attending conferences, networking opportunities, marketing research, workshops, and resume building.
Marketing Club Constitution
The purpose of the Math Club is to provide students opportunities which broaden and enrich their participation in the world of mathematics.
Math Club Constitution
Movement Science, Sport and Leisure Studies Club
The MSSLS Club provides social and professional experiences relating to Movement Science, Sport and Leisure Studies through activities both on and off campus.
National Association for Music Educators (NAfME)
It is our desire to form a student governed organization to promote musical experiences and cultural activities for the students of Westfield State University
The primary purpose of this organization shall be to foster and promote an understanding of health care issues and societal issues impacting nursing among members of the club and the campus community. The club shall help to promote health care career awareness for students interested in nursing as a career through networking and internal/external activities, such as formal lectures, panel
discussions. Additionally, the club will participate in volunteer activities such as providing nursing/health education to the campus community and to the external community at large. These goals shall be accomplished through a variety of on-campus activities including fundraising and off-campus trips to educational events directly related to the field of nursing/health care.
Nursing Club Constitution
Political Science Club
The primary purpose of the Westfield State Political Science Club is to promote thoughtful conversation and understanding among its members concerning the structures, workings, and personnel of the world's governments and political structures, with a focus on the American system.
Political Science Club Constitution
The purpose of the Psychology Club is to foster an active interest in Psychology through various activities such as attending conferences, organizing guest speakers, and creating events that teaches students about career and educational opportunities. The club strives to promote a relaxed atmosphere that is fun and will provide a valuable learning experience for all members.
Psychology Club Constitution
Psychology Club Website
Social Work Association (S.W.A.)
The primary purpose of the Westfield State University Social Work Association is to provide members of the club with information and experiences pertaining to the field of social work. The club will strive to provide members with activities and information that will be valuable to all of its members and the community with volunteer work.
Social Work Club Constitution
The sociology club takes the study of society outside the classroom and facilitates discussion about current societal topics amongst students through regular discussions, volunteering, and team work with other clubs. The club welcomes sociology majors as well as any other academic major.
Sports Medicine Club
To provide the students with information concerning the sports medicine profession and it’s various related professions. This club will allow students hands-on experience as an introduction to the career. Also, it will work to involve community members of the related sports medicine professions to help students network further in their community.
Sports Medicine Club Constitution
Student National Education Association (SNEA)
The primary purpose of Westfield State's SNEA is to promote interest in education to young adults by providing members with opportunities for developing personal growth and professional competence.
Student National Education Association Constitution
The Westfield Voice
The Voice is the Westfield State student press with primary emphasis on news that most directly and immediately affects students. The Voice is published weekly during the academic year.
The Westfield Voice Constitution