International Cultural Communication ClubThe International Cultural Communication Club aims to broaden students' international horizon and facilitate the globalization of the university. The club makes full use of the diverse campus atmosphere and international student resources to introduce the cultures of various countries to other students. The multi-language courses organized by the club have won unanimous praise from the members, and the project "University-based Multilingual Training Course Development" won the National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award.
Starfire Volunteer SocietyEstablished in 2015, the Starfire Volunteer Society is the first professional non-governmental organization in Ouhai District supported by Zhejiang Disaster Relief Association, Ouhai District Civil Affairs Bureau, Charity Federation, and Wenzhou University Youth League. Since its establishment, the Starfire Volunteer Society has actively carried out various relief and education activities concerning disaster prevention and mitigation, safety publicity, environmental protection, offline epidemic prevention, volunteer teaching etc. The activities were reported by media including People.com.cn, PhoenixNet, China Youth Network, etc. and popular among Wenzhou citizens. The society members also participated in the disaster prevention and mitigation seminars held by the Department of Civil Affairs of Zhejiang Province and published relevant papers.
Olive Branch Public Welfare ClubThe Olive Branch Public Welfare Club was established in 1997 and is home to more than 200 student volunteers from Wenzhou University. It regularly carries out voluntary service projects such as volunteer blood donation, caring for children with autism, Children's Palace camping, free porridge giving, etc. The club has been awarded the title of "Zhejiang Provincial Outstanding Student Association".
Tea Culture SocietyBuilt in 2006, Tea Culture Society is committed to promoting the tea culture and knowledge.
Wenzhou University Social Work SocietyWenzhou University Social Work Society was built in 2006, with the focus on left-behind children in the overseas Chinese community. Funded by the government, it cooperates with Wenzhou Juvenile Art School, Lucheng District Democratic League, Lucheng District Youth League, etc. to organize a variety of activities for left-behind children in the overseas Chinese community in Qidu Town. In addition to regular services such as one-day trip to Wenzhou University, special activities on Children's Day, and fascinating courses, the club also hosts the summer camp at the Wenzhou University for those children.
International Relations Office, Wenzhou University
Postal Address: 6th Floor, Administrative Building, South Campus, Wenzhou University, Chashan University Town, Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China 325035