The Wofford College Newman Club is the Catholic student organization on campus. Our purpose is to encourage each other in our ongoing, greater conversion to Christ. As a Newman Club, we come together as a family of faith to praise God, to serve each other and the world around us, and to grow in our understanding of what it means to be Catholic.
The Newman Club is named after John Henry Newman (1801-1890), a Catholic Cardinal known for his ministry to college students. The Wofford College Newman Club is just one of many Newman organizations found at universities all over the United States and the world.
The Wofford College Newman Club fosters spiritual, social, and academic growth by:
- Hosting masses on campus.
- Organizing spiritual retreats for the Wofford community.
- Participating in various religious events on campus.
- Providing service to the community.
- Planning social activities.
Participation is open to all. Anyone who wishes to join us in the praise and service of God is welcome.
Jesus, Our Risen Savior
Saint Paul the Apostle
Saint Anthony of Padua, Greenville