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  • What We Do
    Involved Events Members Service STEM Biology Leadership Opportunities Programs Committees Starting a Campus Group Transportation and Parking Vocation and Service Student Life Staff Student Services International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Life Student Organizations Clubs and Organizations S W A T What We Do What We Do Waldorf College students have many opportunities to enjoy a variety of activities on campus including large scale performers such as hypnotists comedians singer songwriters and much more S W A T stands for Social Warrior Activities Team This group of students screen and contract artists to perform on campus as well as plan interactive entertaining programs S W A T averages one activity per week so there is always something to do All events brought to campus by S W A T are well attended because of several reasons S W A T has a reputation for bringing good entertainment to campus All on campus events are free Students have the opportunity to broaden their horizon by seeing performers they might not have the chance of seeing otherwise We do a lot to prepare for on campus events Below is a brief timeline to show the work that goes into planning Screen

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  • Get Involved
    Involved Events Members Service STEM Biology Leadership Opportunities Programs Committees Starting a Campus Group Transportation and Parking Vocation and Service Student Life Staff Student Services International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Life Student Organizations Clubs and Organizations S W A T Get Involved Get Involved S W A T is open to all interested students There is no sign up process to become a member just join us the first Wednesday of every month in the Anna Marie Mitchell Room Leadership roles are determined once a year by nominations and voting of members All S W A T events are free and open to the Waldorf College community They are a great way to try new things with a minimal financial obligation many of these shows would cost between 15 100 off campus By getting involved on campus you are more likely to succeed as a college student Studies show that the best way for a student to achieve high grades is to become involved with campus activities By doing this a student learns real life experience how to manage time how to deal with other people executing ideas etc Not only does involvement in organizations and activities help

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  • Events
    and Parking Vocation and Service Student Life Staff Student Services International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Life Student Organizations Clubs and Organizations S W A T Events Events To find acts you would like to see click on some of the links below The College Agency Wally s World Of Entertainment Bass Schuler Entertainment Email swat waldorf edu with your suggestions Events August 24 Movie on the Lawn 8pm Lund Pond 25 Magician Norman Ng 7 pm Atrium 26 Immanuel Lutheran Block Party 5 30 pm Immanuel Lutheran Church 27 Reality Check Game Show 7 pm Atrium September 3 Taste of Forest City 5 30 Atrium 5 Tiki Tiki Hawaiian Luau 7 pm 16 Poster Fair 9 am 4 pm 16 SEXversations 7 pm Atrium 18 Throwback Thursday 10 30 in Atrium 19 20 Hockey Fan Bus 22 26 S W A T Game Week October 10 Haunted Hike 12 Ringling Brother Circus in Des Moines 14 Leadership Speaker Speaker Series 7 pm Atrium 16 Throwback Thursday 10 30 Atrium 21 23 Comedy Series 7 pm nightly Gatsby s 25 ValleyScare 31 Homecoming Candidate Review Bonfire November 1 Homecoming Parade 7 8 Hockey Fan Bus 14 Musician Scott Wesley

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  • Members
    Writing Student Senate Digital Media Entrepreneurship Historia Honors Ministry S W A T What We Do Get Involved Events Members Service STEM Biology Leadership Opportunities Programs Committees Starting a Campus Group Transportation and Parking Vocation and Service Student Life Staff Student Services International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Life Student Organizations Clubs and Organizations S W A T Members Members President Christina Watkinson Special Events Chelsey Shreeve Novelty Chair

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  • Service
    Student Life Student Organizations Clubs and Organizations Service Leadership Rotaract Rotaract is the college branch of Rotary International whose mission of Service above Self mirrors Waldorf s mission of Learn Live Serve This organization gives students a way to surround themselves with fellow peers whose mission is the same to make a difference The Rotaract co curricular organization is dedicated to help students design and implement service projects that positively

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  • STEM/Biology
    STEM Biology Leadership STEM Biology Students interested in the study of Biology and other sciences are invited to join Waldorf College s STEM Biology co curricular organization This organization is dedicated to supporting projects that demonstrate an understanding and care for the world and its many forms of life For some biology is a fascination but for many Waldorf students it has become their career Members of this group go beyond the classroom to develop research methods and projects that will make a difference in the world we live Led by Dr Paul Bartelt member of the Governor s STEM Advisory Board for North central Iowa among other titles the Waldorf College STEM Biology co curricular organization is sure to keep even the most intelligent and motivated students challenged and curious As an extension of the Biology Math and sciences curriculum this group offers opportunities for leadership and involvement in Actively participating in the Waldorf Biology Club organizing trips fundraising and collaborating projects with student government and college administration Communicating findings and perspectives of the natural sciences to the scientific community some have been published in national journals Assisting biologists and land managers with government agencies e g Iowa DNR

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  • Leadership Opportunities/Programs/Committees
    safe choices and alternative programming for students Committee of Vocation and Service coordinating and promoting student lead service programs Convocation Committee planning and promoting convocation series Green Committee promoting awareness and initiatives to better improve Waldorf College s Green efforts Intramurals Coordinator to plan and implement each intramural league event Coordinate officials scheduling teams etc O Leader Orientation Leader to guide a group of ten to twenty first year students

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  • Starting a Campus Group
    benefits of an official recognized student organization at Waldorf Benefits of being a recognized student club group or organization on campus include the following Permission to market and advertise events on campus Permission to be recognized by the college in college handbooks websites emails brochures bulletin boards and other official college communications Permission to reserve space tables and rooms on campus for events and meetings for no charge Permission to hang posters on campus have campus wide emails sent and market your events on tv screens across campus Permission to participate in Student Senate organization roundtable meetings Homecoming parade Warrior Cup competition WinterFest competition and other sponsored events or contests for funding Permission to request funding each semester from Student Senate Permission to host fundraisers on campus to raise funds for your group Permission to use approved college equipment for events such as stage set ups in Atrium vehicles for travel and other related equipment as requested Process to Become a Student Organization Complete information fields at this link Attend Student Senate Meeting to present your group Contact Advisor Jason Ramaker to get on the agenda Student Senate meets Wednesday nights at 8 p m in Breen Hall unless otherwise

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