Eastern Washington University is home to over 130 student organizations that provide members with opportunities to develop as leaders, network with campus and community resources, and develop a support system while at EWU. For a full list of clubs and organizations check out EagleSync! Here are just a few of the identity-based student clubs and orgs.
Associated Students of EWU (ASEWU)
We commit ourselves to the students of EWU to act as a resource for student activism, provide students with leadership opportunities, and to be an informed, unified student voice.
Black Student Union (BSU)
The Black Student Union (BSU) is a student organization working closely with Africana Studies to provide a variety of academic and socio-cultural events on the campus and in the wider Cheney/Spokane community.
The Pride Center strives to be a welcoming and affirming place for all EWU community members, particularly those who identify as LGBTQ+ and allies.
Hui o' Hawaii
The purpose of Hui ʻO Hawaiʻi is to promote the "aloha spirit" and encourage cultural education of the Hawaiian Islands through activities and events.
International Student Association (ISA)
ISA is one of the best places to make friends from all over the world and it gives you opportunities to teach others about your culture.
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano/a de Aztlán (Chicano/a Student Movement of Aztlán) is a student created organization that began during the 1960's civil rights and Chicano movement.
Native American Student Association (NASA)
NASA is comprised of over 50 active Native and non-Native American EWU students committed to supporting the Native American community.
The purpose of the Saudi Club is to show all the students and faculty of Eastern Washington University and Spokane Community the culture of Saudi Arabia.
EWU Scary Feminists is a group based on providing a safe place for people to come together, voice opinions, advocate and support the under-advantaged, raise awareness, and promote equality among all walks of life.