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Student Organizations and Groups

Warren College provides a large variety of groups and organizations for student involvement. Listed below are organizations that are sponsored by, or work closely with Warren College. Not only does participation enhance personal development and leadership skills, but life-long friends will be made in the process.

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For more information on the 2021-2022 registered Warren College student organizations see below:

Warren College Student Council

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    Warren College Student Council (WCSC) provides representatives to campus-wide and and college-wide committees while providing for the existence of Warren College Student Organizations. WCSC also has control over their funds and can allocate those funds accordingly. WCSC establishes an Events board to coordinate programs that benefit the Warren College community. Anybody who is part of the Warren College Student Body can apply for and hold any office in WCSC.

    Organization Contact Information:
    WCSC E-mail
    WCSC Website

    Meeting Information:
    Thursday at 6:30 PM | Warren College Student Lounge (Warren Admin Building)

    Advisor(s): Katy Brecht, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs

    Current Members: 

    TBA

Events Board

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    The Warren College Student Council Events Board is responsible for the planning, implementation, and execution of events and programs that benefit the Warren College community. Events Board has 12 members - both elected and appointed Spring and Fall quarters - who serve a one-year term.

    Organization Contact Information:
    WCSC Website

    Advisor: Saniesa Thomas, Coordinator of Student Activities

    Current Members: 

    TBA

Warren Transfer and Commuter Commission (WTCC)

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    WTCC is charged with addressing the unique needs of Warren transfer and commuter students. WTCC is comprised of 10 members who are both elected and appointed, 5 transfer students and 5 commuter students are selected during Spring and Fall quarter, and serve a one-year term. The WTCC is funded through the Warren College Activities Fee, managed by the Warren College Student Council (WCSC), and the group puts on a variety of events throughout the year. Events have included study breaks, socials, workshops, and trips to Disneyland and the San Diego Zoo.

    Organization Contact Information:
    WCSC Website

    Meeting Information:  Weekly on Thursday at 5:00 PM | Remotely via Zoom

    Advisor: Katy Brecht, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs

    Current Members: 

    TBA

Commission on Warren Spirit (COWS)

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    COWS is a commission of the Warren College Student Council charged with coordinating events that promote and showcase Warren College spirit and pride.  We are deeply rooted in the idea of community building and our mission is to create events that provide opportunities for students to get out, engage, and have fun. Ww are a spirited, passionate group of people that want to bring excitement and energy to Warren College! We host quarterly programs such as the Rally to Spirit Night, Warren's Got Talent, attendance at athletic games, tailgates, and more.

    Organization Contact Information:
    COWS E-Mail
    COWS Website

    Meeting Information:  Weekly on Friday at 3:00 PM | Remotely via Zoom

    Advisor:  Saniesa Thomas, Coordinator of Student Activities

    Current Members: 

    TBA

Warren Concerts and Festivals Commission (WCFC)

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    The Warren Concerts and Festivals Commission is a commission of the Warren College Student Council charged with coordinating the annual Warren College Concert - Warren Live! Warren Live! is a growing tradition on the UCSD campus, past acts have included Matt Nathanson, The Hush Sound, and Parachute.

    Organization Contact Information:
    WCSC Website

    Meeting Information: Bi-weekly meetings are held TBA

    Advisor:  Saniesa Thomas, Coordinator of Student Activities

Warren Initiative for Student Health (WISH)

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    Warren Initiative for Student Health (WISH), formed in 2018, serves to promote healthy lifestyles, educate students about various health-related issues, and foster community building within Warren College in order to promote student well-being. Though the club focuses on all aspects of student wellness, our primary focus is on mental health.

    Organization Contact Information:
    Email

    Advisor: Saniesa Thomas, Program Assistant

    Current Members: 

    TBA

Warren Grow! - Community Garden Organization

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    Warren Grow! - Community Garden Organization was founded in 2018 and aims to build a living and learning community for everyone to learn about sustainability. Their mission is to help students get hands-on opportunities to learn how to grow organic vegetables, composting methods and gain leadership opportunities. 

    Organization Contact Information:
    Email

    Advisor: Epi Therianos, Executive Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs

    Current Members: 

    TBA

Warren Resident Council (WRC)

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    Warren Resident Council is an organization focused on planning events that foster a sense of community in the Warren Residential Area (both Residential Halls and Apartments). 

    Organization Contact Information:
    TBA

    Advisor: Cesar Figueroa, Assistant Director of Residential Life

    Current Members: 

    TBA

Warren Service Organization (WSO)

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    The Warren Service Organization overlooks and develops various projects with the focus of serving the community. Our goals are to support on-campus initiatives and increase Warren student involvement!

    Advisor: Katy Brecht, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs

All Earl Warren College student organizations and groups must register every Fall Quarter by the end of the third week in order to be considered a registered student organization for the calendar year.  For more information about the registration process for returning and new Warren organizations, visit the Register an Organization website.

For more information about involvement opportunities campus-wide visit the Center for Student Involvement website.