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Student Activities Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Is there a place to study or to just relax between my classes?
The Student Center has a study lounge on the third floor, and a student lounge on the second floor. You can also enjoy a game of ping pong or play an XBOX game in the game room. If you'd like to just relax and watch a little television, check out the large, flat screen TV in room 215.
Is there a gym on campus?
The Fitness Center is located in Guerrieri Hall. On the third floor you will find a cardio room with treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes and stair masters. The fourth floor has electronic weight machines. You must be a current Wor-Wic student (with current student ID) or employee to use the fitness center.
What are the hours of the fitness center?
You may use the cardio room and weight machines Monday - Friday from 12 pm - 1pm and again from 4:45pm - 8 pm and Saturday from 9am-3pm. The fitness center is available for open basketball play Monday and Wednesday from 4:45-6:00 pm, Friday from 4:45 - 8 pm and Saturday from 9am-3pm.
I would like to start a new club, where do I begin?
The requirements for starting a new club include submitting to the Student Government Association a club constitution, a list of at least 5 interested students with their signatures, and the name of a college employee who agrees to act as the club advisor. Once the club is approved by the SGA, all documentation is submitted and the club is recommended for approval to the college Board of Trustees.
If you are interested in starting a new club on campus, the director of student activities, located in the student center room 208, will assist you with the process.
What is SGA?
The SGA is your Student Government Association. All credit students are members of the student government association (SGA). Four students are elected from the general student population to serve as the executive board. The purpose of the SGA is to establish, promote and finance organizations and events directed toward the benefit of the students and to provide a student representative on designated college committees. The SGA operates from SGA fees generated from students at the beginning of each fall and spring semester. The SGA also provides an opportunity for students to further pursue their special interests by coordinating and allocating funds for other activities, such as hosting guest lecturers and special presentations.