The Black Student Union welcomes all students of the Washington College Community. For more information ant the Black Student Union contact Student President Danielle Bing (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cleopatra’s Sisters is an organization for women of different ethnic, racial and religious backgrounds. Cleopatra’s Sisters stand on seven principles: sisterhood, respect, unity, peace, patience, pride and love. Cleopatra’s Sisters are active members of the Washington College and Chestertown community. The sisters are involved in community service programs and advocate for women issues. For more information about Cleopatra’s Sisters contact Markell Gamble (email@example.com).
E.R.O.S stands for Encouraging Respect of Sexuality. We are an LGBTQA (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Ally) alliance where passionate people of all sexualities and genders work together towards increasing awareness of LGBTQA issues and providing a safe space for everyone and anyone looking for support. For more information contact Student President John Baker, firstname.lastname@example.org or Club Advisor Dr. James Hall, email@example.com.
Washington College’s Hillel is a student-run organization which strives to actively support our campus’s Jewish community. Creative Jewish programming, student enthusiasm, and a willingness to accommodate students from all denominations are the founding characteristics of Washington College’s Hillel. For more information contact Club President Kathryn Reinl, firstname.lastname@example.org or Ethan Trucker at email@example.com.
The Spanish Club promotes the culture and language of both Spain and Latin America. For more information, please contact Club President Allie Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TaNGO aims to create a safe space and provide resources for trans and other gender non-conforming students on campus. For more information, please contact Club President Roswell Wells at email@example.com.
To provide military veterans at Washington College with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education