Student Organizations

Catch the Spirit! Involvement in student organizations provides opportunities to explore areas of interest, meet new friends, and build a resume for success.

In addition to athletics and performance groups, UW-PBSC offers a variety of student clubs and organizations for those interested in making the most of their college experience. Interested in starting your own club? Stop by the SGA office and request the Club Start-up paperwork. It's easy!

UW- Platteville Baraboo/Sauk County Student Organization Handbook

Request for Recognition of a Student Organization

Archaeology Club

The Archaeology Club is devoted to learning more about the field of archeology/anthropology.
Advisor: George Christiansen

Athletics

See the Intercollegiate Sports pages for information about participating on our athletic teams.

Budo Club

Opportunity for students to learn self-defense and martial arts.  
Advisor: Jason Schulte

Disc Golf Club

The purpose of the Disc Golf club is to allow individuals with an interest in the sport of Disc Golf an opportunity to learn more about the specific rules and to meet new players in the area as well as out of the area in competitive and non-competitive settings at the Baraboo course or travel to other courses sponsoring tournaments and also to raise funds to fix up and maintain the campus Disc Golf Course.
Advisor: Marc Seals

Gaming Club

The Gaming Club gathers to play games of all type with an emphasis on board games.
Advisor: Mike Jacobs

Green/STEM Club

The Green /STEM Club is active in increasing awareness of environmental sustainability and stewardship. The Club provides lectures and films focused on sustainability as well as promoting an understanding of careers in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics disciplines.
Advisor: David Olson

Hockey Club

The Hockey Club presents students with the opportunity to learn the game of hockey and participate in a fun environment among colleagues.
Advisor: Stephen Swallen

Global Awareness Club

Global Awareness Club invites students to celebrate world cultures by gathering for ethnic-centered activities such as movies, games, cooking and sharing personal/travel experiences, and planning for and celebrating international holidays on and off campus.
Advisors: Treasa Bane and Sara Roltgen

Music Groups

Visit the Music pages for information on how to join our music performance ensembles.

The Navigators

“Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation” Mark 16:15. Membership is open to anyone who would like to come. This group participates in various community services projects as well as bible study for those who choose to attend.
Advisor: Kayle Hertz

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Phi Theta Kappa is an internationally-recognized Honor Society that acknowledges academic achievement, leadership and service. Phi Theta Kappa membership is the highest academic honor students can receive at a two-year college. Membership is open to UW-PBSC students who have earned at least 12 credits, a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a record of good citizenship.
Advisor: Jason Schulte

PRIDE Club

The mission of P.R.I.D.E. club is primarily to educate and advocate for diversity issues. Our organization strives to provide a safe space for individuals of any race, ethnicity, religion, ability, sexuality, and gender. We also work within the community to educate and collaborate on important LGBT+ issues.
Advisor: Gabe Riviere

PUBlications Club

PUB Club is committed to promoting publications on campus. 
Advisor: Kelly Dwyer

Scotland Club

The purpose of the Experience Scotland Club will be to provide students planning to participate in the Experience Scotland study abroad program with information, support, and the opportunity to fundraise for the many necessary costs.
Advisor: Matt Fencl

Spirit Lake Review

Spirit Lake Review, the annual campus literary magazine, was founded in 2004. Spirit Lake Review publishes fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and art by UW-BSC students and by community members. The magazine is distributed locally and stocked on campus as well as at The Village Booksmith and the Coffee Bean in Baraboo. Circulation of the magazine and contributors’ readings give students opportunities to share their talents with a wide audience.

Editors: The Spirit Lake Review editors enroll in English 205: Literary Magazines (AP/EL), a 3-credit course that meets Wednesday evenings in the Spring. Editors gain practical knowledge in literary magazine production work and learn what they love about language and literature. Publishing responsibilities range from selection of pieces to final proofreading. The editorial staff handles every aspect of layout. The English 205 instructor serves as faculty advisor to the magazine’s all-student editorial staff.



The class is stimulating, rewarding, and fun. Students really appreciate the fac that when the semester is over, they have produced something tangible: a top-notch college literary magazine.  

Support & Submissions
: Printing of the magazine is possible due to generous support from Capital Newspapers. The creativity is generously provided by the students and community members who contribute! 
For more information, contact advisor Kelly Dwyer

Spirit Lake Review Blog
Spirit Lake Review Facebook Page

Advisor: Kelly Dwyer

Student Government Association

Student Government Association (SGA) is the official representative and legislative group on campus. SGA works with the faculty, staff and students on a wide range of campus-specific and system-wide issues. SGA also helps develop the annual segregated fee budget, which funds all co-curricular activities, including varsity athletics and all other recognized student clubs. You don’t have to be an elected member of SGA to participate in SGA meetings and activities.

SGA elections are held in the spring for the following academic year's President, Constitution and Elections Chair, and two Student Senators. In the fall, the remaining six seats are elected. You don't have to be an elected member of SGA to participate in SGA meetings or activities.
Advisor: Jason Schulte

Theatre

See the Theatre page for information on how to get involved in our productions.