Your college experience should be about more than just coursework and deadlines. College is a chance for you to explore your interests, discover your passions and create lifelong memories. By joining one of Clarkson’s clubs or participating in one of our many fun activities like Tony Tuesday or Winterfest, you’ll create memories that last a lifetime.
Clarkson offers a variety of clubs and activities aimed at maximizing your potential while challenging your personal and professional growth. Whether you’re interesting in pursuing something you’re already passionate about or taking up a new hobby, with more than 100 student-operated groups on campus, there is an opportunity for you to find a group that meets your needs.
You could be the next student government president or editor of our school paper, The Integrator. Interested in computer programming, gaming or amateur astronomy? You’ll find a group of like-minded friends who share your passion. Looking to join a fraternity or sorority? Then check out Clarkson’s active Greek community.
There are academic clubs, too.
Academic teams and initiatives like the SPEED program (Student Projects for Engineering Experience and Design) allow you to collaborate with other students on competitive design teams. You could design a racecar, take a concrete canoe out for a paddle or design a steel bridge. These teams compete in regional and national competitions.