Part of the college experience is reading, writing and studying for exams. The other part? Whatever you want it to be. Do what you love or learn something new with more than 160 clubs: everything from fencing to football, theater to community service.
"Learn an instrument. Join the band. No one cares if you're a 'band geek' when you're flying all over the country with the men's basketball team. What is important are the friends and memories you'll make."
Sean McMahonEnglish and Advertising, '15
"Alternative Breaks is when you go somewhere in the country to work on a specific social justice issue with other students. I went on three and each one taught me about a different issue and helped me work with new people."
Natalie HageeOccupational Therapy, '14
"Blue Fire Step Team makes beats with our bodies. I started the club because it was a way to bring some more diversity to this campus and another way to show teamwork in the community."
Chanessa FantPsychology, '14