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Twin Towers

Twin Towers

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Named after the towers that make Wofford's Main Building so recognizable, Twin Towers aims to connect the Wofford community with the greater Spartanburg community through service projects and events. We hold many events throughout the year, ranging from food and item drives to carnivals for local school children.

We work with many different areas of service as well! The five committees we have are focused on hunger and homelessness, animals, assisting the elderly, and giving local children a fun and safe place to play. During the school year, we try to incorporate other service projects that expand outside of these areas, such as making cards for children in local hospitals and working with our on-campus environmental group!

Joining Twin Towers is super simple. The application is linked below. It's a quick way for us to get to know you and any previous experience you've had with community service. We will never ask you to put Twin Towers above your school work, so we try to keep the time commitment pretty low. For a member, the time commitment is around 4-6 hours per semester. That includes our monthly meetings and volunteering at our events.

We're not all work, though - we promise! Each semester we hold a small party for all of our awesome members to reward them for their hard work during the year. You'll make a lot of great friends and great memories here in Twin Towers! For more information visit

Contact Us

It is the mission of Twin Towers to provide the members of the Wofford College community with access to service agencies on campus and in the Spartanburg Community. For more information contact Ashlee Gomez '18 or Torey Ballenger '18 


Apply to become a member of Twin Towers.

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