College Chapters

Join the nation’s leading network for conservative women on campus. NeW provides a community for conservative women to come together to learn, grow, and encourage each other as like-minded women. Each chapter hosts a variety of informative and fun events including: policy discussions, professional development trainings, reading groups, networking events, social activities, and service projects. NeW helps you grow your skills, train to be a leader, and position yourself for a successful career.

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Why Join?

  • Community – Join like-minded women on your campus to build a positive community and have fun.
  • Leadership – Strengthen your resume through leadership and educational opportunities.
  • Networking – Grow and diversify your network by connecting with influential women leaders and peers across the country.
  • Professional Development – Sharpen your skills through professional development trainings and workshops.
  • Intellectual Diversity – Deepen your knowledge of policy and current events through informative discussions, debates, and events.
  • Exclusive OpportunitiesGain access to exclusive opportunities including internships, fellowships, op-ed writing, media access, and more.
  • NeW National Conference – Experience the premier gathering of conservative college women in Washington, DC during our annual National Conference.
  • Scholarships – Qualify for scholarships to top conservative events including CPAC, National Conference, and the NeW Leadership Retreat.

 

NeW would love to expand to YOUR campus! Fill out our Prospective NeW Chapter Form to learn how to start a chapter of your own.

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Active Chapters

Abilene Christian University | American University | Ashland University | Augustana University | Baylor University | Belmont University | Benedictine College | Boise State University | Boston College | Boston University | The Catholic University of America | Clemson UniversityCollege of Charleston | College of Lake County | Colorado State University | Cornell University | Dickinson College | Emmanuel College | Florida State University | George Washington University |Georgetown University | Grand Canyon University | Grove City College | Harvard University | Illinois State University | Indiana University | Iowa State University | IUPUI | Mercer University | Ohio University | Oklahoma State University | Patrick Henry College | Peru State College | Penn State Behrend | Princeton University | Principia College | Saginaw Valley State University | Seton Hall University | Texas A&M University | Texas Tech University | University of Cincinnati | University of Florida | University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign | University of Iowa | University of Kansas | University of MarylandUniversity of Michigan | University of Mississippi | University of Missouri Columbia | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | University of North Carolina at Charlotte | University of Notre Dame | University of South Carolina | University of South Florida | University of Tampa | University of Vermont | University of Virginia | Xavier University

If you would like to start or join a chapter, please email [email protected] or fill out our Prospective NeW Chapter Form.

 

Already a leader? Visit our Leadership Resources page for helpful tools to run your chapter.

 

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