The Office of Student Activities is your one-stop shop for getting involved at HWS! We work hard to provide a calendar full of exciting programs and events for the entire campus.
Whether it’s the Caribbean Student Association's annual Masquerade Ball, or Homecoming and Family Weekend’s Quad-a-Palooza and CABaret, there is always something fun going on around campus! Learn more about all our programs here!
Student Activities is home to more than 90 organizations, there’s literally something for everyone! On the rare occasion that you can’t find a club that’s perfect for you, we are more than willing to help you start your own.
Student Organizations are a vital part of the HWS student learning experience. Members learn critical leadership, inter-personal and cultural competency skills that augment the academic mission of the Colleges.
Contact the Student Activities Student Publicist for assistance with developing club and student organization publicity materials!
Reserve a table or window in the Scandling Center by visiting the HWS Student Activities CollegiateLink page and using your HWS credentials to log-in!
Looking to advertise your event via the twice-weekly poster route? Drop off 14 posters to the Student Activities Office on the 2nd floor of Scandling by 10am Mondays and Thursdays!
The Hobart College soccer team is headed to Germany, Holland and Belgium from Aug. 4-14. The team will spend their time abroad site seeing, training and playing against European club teams. "In my time here at Hobart, this will be the program's fourth trip abroad, and the value of this experience is immeasurable, from the team building and soccer development to the educational and cultural experi... More >>
The Hobart College soccer team is headed to Germany, Holland and Belgium from Aug. 4-14 where they'll spend time training, sightseeing and playing against European club teams. The Statesmen will play a total of five matches against top level European teams in Kamen and Dortmund, Germany as well as Amsterdam and Zedelgem, Belgium. The team will also train with professional European soccer coaches.... More >>
William Smith College soccer player Madeline Buckley '15 was one of a record 147 NCAA female student-athletes named 2015 Woman of the Year honorees by conferences and independent schools. The honorees were selected from the record 480 school nominees and represent college athletes from 18 different sports spanning all three NCAA divisions. Of those recognized, 57 honorees competed in Division I, ... More >>
Former William Smith College sailors Kathleen Tocke '95 and Caroline Patten '11 medaled for Team USA at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. Patten earned a silver medal, and Tocke took home a bronze medal. Patten competed as a part of the Lightning team which secured a silver medal on Sunday, July 19. Patten, and teammates Justin Coplan and Danielle Prior, fought hard all week to keep themsel... More >>
Two members of the 2015 Hobart College soccer team are already out on the pitch competing, not in their Statesmen uniforms yet, but for the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship in Tulsa, Okla. Rising sophomore Joseph Escamilla and incoming first-year Sam Farman are competing in games that began on July 21. Escamilla is playing for the Massapequa Arsenal in the U19 age group. Farman is playing ... More >>