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Student Organizations

Click here to see the full list of UWGB's Student Organizations.

Social Work Club

To promote social work values within the university and surrounding community. Social Work club is open to any students interested in promoting social justice and working towards social change. Check out Social Work Club on Facebook or to get more information and speak to someone one on one, please email us:
You can also contact the Social Work Club Faculty Advisor Joan Groessl at

Aspiring Educators

siring Educators' purpose is to support public education for all students and the continuation of a strong professional association, the mission of the Student Wisconsin Association is to provide its members a voice in matters affecting their education and careers by offering portunitieor leadership, professional growth, and involvement at the local, state, and national levels. Check out Aspiring Educators on  or to get involved, please email us: You can also contact the Aspiring Educators Faculty Advisor Karen Eckhardt by phone at 920-465-2076 or by email,

Campus Cupboard

The Campus Cupboard is a student organization run by students, with the mission of providing an on-campus food pantry, clothing closet, and cleaning/personal hygiene products to ensure adequate basic needs are met of all students, faculty, and staff.  The Campus Cupboard and Clothes Closet are located in the new 'CK One' space in Rose Hall 140.
For more information, check us out on Facebook. If you would like to volunteer, attend one of our organization meetings, or provide donations to the cupboard and closet, please email us: Or contact Campus Cupboard Faculty Advisor Dana Johnson by phone at 920-465-2346 or by email, to schedule a time to access the Campus Cupboard.

Campus Kitchen

Campus Kitchen collects unused, quality food from local food providers. Student volunteers, cook and store the donations according to food handling regulations. Food donations are used to create balanced and nourishing meals. Prepared meals are delivered to organizations as well as to low-income families and individuals.
If you would like to get to know a little more about CKUWGB before volunteering, or have a question that needs answering, please check out our Facebook or Twitter page, or send us an e-mail at
Or, check out our Volunteerhub, for all upcoming events. Cooking and serving shifts are up to date. In order to reserve your spot on a shift, create an account and then use the handy ‘Sign Up’ button. This helps us keep track of who is attending and how often you have volunteered with us before.
Feel free to contact the Campus Kitchen Faculty Advisor, Jennifer 920-465-2867 or by email,