Clubs and Student Organizations
The University of Hawai‘i — West O‘ahu welcomes you to join and become an active member in any of our clubs and organizations. Participating in programs and activities outside the classroom is an integral part of your total collegiate learning experience. The University is committed to providing a full range of co-curricular programs, services and activities that enhance your academic or personal interests.
Find out what it's really like to be a UH West O'ahu student by checking out the student blogs.
Meet like-minded pueo through one of UH West O'ahu's many student clubs and organizations including:
- Accounting Club
- Aiga o le Pasefika
- Anthropology Club
- Associated Students of the University of Hawai‘i — West O‘ahu (ASUHWO)
- Business Club
- Creative Media Club
- The Eco Club
- Filipino-American Student Association of Hawai‘i
- Gay Straight Alliance
- Glee Club
- Golden Key International Honour Society
- Hawaiian-Pacific Club
- Humanities Club
- Investment Club
- Insurance Society
- Manga Anime Gamers Society (MAGS)
- Marketing Club
- Math and Science Club
- Political Science Club
- Psi Chi
- Psychology Club
- PUBA Club
- Pueo Film Club
- PUEO Leadership
- Sociology Club
- Student National Education Association
- Student Veterans of America
- United Gamers Alliance
- West Oahu Campus Light for Christ
- West Oahu Photography Club
For a complete listing of student organizations, the mission, contact persons and contact information, click here.
REGISTERED INDEPENDENT STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS (RISO)
Registered Independent Student Organizations (RISOs) are independent and self-governed student organizations formed with common interests and activities. These organizations, varying from academic, cultural, professional, political, recreational, religious, and service groups, serve the campus and community by providing leadership development opportunities for students. In addition, RISOs foster community spirit, civic engagement and social and cultural interaction among all UHWO students, faculty and staff members.
A complete list of organizations and detailed information on joining a Registered Independent Student Organization (RISO) is available from the Student Life Coordinator Rouel Velasco (689-2942 or email email@example.com).
Start your own RISO!
Any group of six (6) or more students currently enrolled at UHWO wishing to pursue a common educational, academic, cultural, professional, political, recreational, religious, and service interest may become a RISO by completing the registration application form and constitution and by-laws.
CHARTERED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS (CSO)
Student fees that you pay in addition to tuition go towards supporting the four Chartered Student Organizations. The objectives of these organizations are:
- Deliver programs, activities, services to meet student needs
- Exert influence in campus decision-making
- Serve as a leadership and learning opportunity for personal learning and self development
CSOs and Program Purpose
Associated Students of the University of Hawaii West Oahu (ASUHWO): To foster student input, voice, and advocacy of student needs, interests, and concerns through purposeful participation in institutional governance and decision-making.
Campus Center Board (CCB): To support student-governed, student-serviced, and student-operated facilities, programs, services and activities that serve as the “living room" or "community center" for campus community members, offering them conveniences and amenities while creating a focal point or gathering place where cultural, educational, social, recreational leisure, and personal wellness needs may be met.
Student Media Board (SMB): To support and govern student publications including related student advertising sales, affording students opportunities write, edit, design, manage, do art, sell ads, etc. to inform, educate, and/or entertain the campus community.
Student Activity Fee Board (SAFB): To foster a vibrant student life, promote enriching educational experiences for students
For more information on CSOs, please contact Student Life Coordinator Rouel Velasco, firstname.lastname@example.org, 689-2942.