Hundreds of Ways to Get Involved
Olin encourages its undergraduates to get involved.
Taking part in campus activities – from student government to fraternities and sororities to community service to intramural sports – is a great way to build leadership and networking skills, not to mention friendships, a sense of community, and the chance to channel talents you didn’t know you had.
WashU and Olin have 350+ student organizations in areas including entrepreneurship, sports management, real estate investing, finance, marketing, and much more. If you share an interest with others, and there isn't a group, you can get help in starting one.
67% of WashU undergrads participate in community service, through the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement, the Campus Y, and other organizations.