Whether you’re looking for a place to meet other Knights or a chance to leave your mark and contribute to campus life, there are multiple ways to get involved, be a part of what’s happening, and help create the next great event or club. Scroll down to learn more!
Campus Activities Board
Warner Pacific’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a student leadership vehicle which aims to create a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive environment on campus through various activities which focus on enriching campus life, promoting student involvement, and fostering a positive co-curricular atmosphere. CAB’s primary goal is to build community and involvement among the student body by extending the Knight experience outside of the classroom.
CAB is responsible for programming in intramurals, outdoor recreation, & other special events. CAB is dedicated to recruiting, hiring, selecting, promoting, and retaining a competent and diverse professional and paraprofessional team that reflects the diverse community at Warner Pacific University. Membership in CAB consists of two officers who are hired for one-year terms. Questions and concerns about CAB are handled directly by the Student Engagement Coordinator.
Clubs & Student Organizations
The best part about being a small campus community is that every student has the opportunity to lead. Warner Pacific University offers a wide range of student-led organizations and co-curricular activities that will help you pursue your passions, hone your leadership skills, make lifelong friends, and build great college memories. All clubs and organizations are open to all students.
Here at Warner Pacific, we currently offer six student-run organizations:
- Asain Pacific Islander Club
- Between the Spreadsheets
- Black Student Union
- Environmental Science Club
- WPU Cycling
Don’t see a club or organization that interests you? Create your own by reaching out to the Student Engagement Coordinator, we can make it happen!
Student Government connects the university administration and the student body. Student Government creates spaces for conversations around developing a supportive, inclusive,and dynamic campus environment where students can belong, flourish,and have fun.
Student Government facilitates:
- Weekly Meetings
- Bi-weekly Student Senates
- Monthly Birthday Bashes
- Want to get involved or have an idea for Student Government? Let us know by emailing AWSPC@warnerpacific.edu.
Multicultural Programs and Student Diversity Council
The Warner Pacific University Student Diversity Council (SDC) is one of six branches of ASWPU student leadership at Warner Pacific. SDC is committed to promoting justice and equity on and off campus by educating about, advocating for and celebrating people from diverse backgrounds.
These Multicultural Organizations are supported by the Student Diversity Council:
- Access for All
- Black Student Organization
- Bridge Builders (creating shared space for conversations pertaining to faith and sexuality)
- International Student Organization
- Islander Student Organization
Have an idea for SDC or interested in starting a Multicultural Org? Let SDC know. Contact AWSPC@warnerpacific.edu.
Cross-cultural engagement provides an opportunity for personal development, social-awareness and intellectual growth through interactions with people and worldviews that are different from your own. Every year two to four WPU students take the opportunity to spend a semester off campus through one of the Best Semester programs. Check out the nine locations (three state-side and six international) and learn how to apply.
Intramurals is run by Campus Activities Board (CAB) members. The purpose of the Intramural Program is to provide an opportunity for the Warner Pacific University community to participate in a variety of competitive and non-competitive sports and activities. The Intramural Program seeks to complement the educational endeavors of the university by providing fun, safe, and structured experiences that promote the physical, mental, and social development of every student.
Spiritual Life and Local Churches
Campus Ministries exists to help you explore holistic spirituality. We see our regular gatherings (chapel, small groups, and special events) as opportunities to dive into your own questions and purpose within a safe and inclusive community. WPU believes our Christ-centered mission is one of the best ways to build community and offer guidance that is Life-Informing, Life-Inspiring and Live’able.
Serving others is woven into the entire fabric of the WPU experience including classes, athletics, residence life and more. You’ll find a number of co-curricular activities specifically devoted to helping you use your unique talents and gifts to make the world better for others, preparing you for a lifetime of meaningful servant-leadership. Warner Pacific’s Local Connect program links students to meaningful local, long-term service opportunities that align with your unique skill set and interests.
You can get involved by volunteering at a number of projects throughout the year. More details are available through the links below.
One great thing about being a part of a small campus community is that every student has the opportunity to lead. If you want to contribute to the campus and help build a community that values each of its diverse members, there is a place for you. We encourage you to take ownership of your experience here and get involved in something on campus that you are passionate about. You can help build a student body that is dynamic, inclusive and aware of what is going on in our city, our country and our world.
Student leadership through ASWPU includes roles in Student Government, Campus Activities Board, Service Learning, Campus Ministries, and Residence Life. You can also lead on campus through positions in Athletics and through serving as a Peer Mentor through First Year Learning Communities. More information about each area is available through the links below.
Living on Campus
There’s nothing quite like living on a college campus. You’re near class, the library, and faculty offices. You’re next door to someone in that 8 a.m. class who reminds you about that reflection paper due tomorrow. And that time you save commuting from home or an apartment? You can use it to study. Or work. Or explore Portland.
But most importantly, life on campus is about the people you get to know who can stay with you for life. Maybe it’s the late-night conversations in the residence halls, building a team to showcase your talent in the Undees, or cheering on your favorite Knights team. Residence Life gives you the chance to live and learn in a diverse, supportive and vibrant campus community. With two residence halls and a variety of apartment and house living options, there’s flexibility on campus.