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Student Organizations

There are a number of other undergraduate and law school student clubs and organizations besides the ones listed here.  Please see the bottom of the page.

  • SEAL (Student Environmental Action League)
    We aim to increase environmental awareness among students, promote campus sustainability, and inform students about environmental service opportunities.
  • Campus Kitchen
    The Campus Kitchens at Washington and Lee is an organization focused on hunger relief and leadership development. The program is a unique partnership between W&L's Shepherd Poverty Program and the Campus Kitchens Food Project, collaborating with on- and off-campus dining services and local non-profit organizations to make use of surplus food and provide hunger relief in Rockbridge County.
  • Environmental Law Society

    The Environmental Law Society [ELS] strives to raise public awareness of the law's impact on environmental issues. Through guest speakers and discussion panels, ELS encourages a free-flowing exchange of ideas and educates others about career opportunities in the environmental field. Not content to merely talk about the environment, ELS members take an active, hands-on role in making the world a better place.

  • Kompost Krewe
    The student run Compost Crew (formerly the Kompost Krewe) is a group of students paid to collect and weigh food waste from the Dining Services kitchens before transporting it to the composting operation at the Campus Garden.
  • Nabors Service League
    The Nabors Service League enables students to identify and manage community service projects in the Lexington and Rockbridge area. The League assists a network of other student organizations to coordinate and support all undergraduate and law efforts to serve the local community.
  • Outing Club
    The Outing Club promotes the safe, low impact exploration of the mountains, rivers, and trails of the southeast.
    There are a number of other student clubs and organizations in both the undergraduate and law schools that are involved with issues related to sustainability.