Are you a gamer who lives to play? A sports enthusiast who needs to compete? A musician who loves to perform? A cheese connoisseur who…well, loves cheese? At WPI, we’ve got a club for that. In fact, with over 200 student organizations, we’ve got something for everyone—including you.

Getting involved in an extracurricular activity helps you to meet new people, share your talents and interests, and even discover a newfound passion you may never have found before. When you arrive on campus, be sure to check out the Activities Fair and see if there’s a club or two that you’d be interested in joining.

Looking for a club or organization that WPI doesn’t yet offer? Create your own! The Student Activities Office (SAO) has put together a guide to starting your own club, and with support from your fellow classmates, you’ll be well on your way to creating the next big thing on campus.

Whether you’re looking to join an existing organization or start your own, we have the resources needed to support the activities of your organization.

Got Pep?

You'll find WPI's nationally ranked pep band at all home football and basketball games (and occasional away games), lending their school spirit and musical talents in support of WPI's athletics teams. Whether you want to play an instrument, dance, or toss a flag, this high-energy ensemble offers its members music, friendship, and camaraderie.

Cheese, Please

Grilled cheese competitions, fondue parties, dairy-free events, the return of “cheesy game night”—it's all part of the Cheese Club at WPI, and all guaranteed to "brie" a good time. 

Hat Trick

Hockey is usually synonymous with wintertime, helmets and skates, and most importantly, ice. Leave it to WPI students to take over the pool in its decidedly unfrozen state with the underwater hockey team. Players wear snorkels and flippers while swimming after a weighted puck along the bottom of the pool, aiming to score the most goals in each two- to eight-minute round. 

Be There, or Be Cube

WPI's Rubik's Cube Club helps members improve their times and learn more tricks of the trade--including solving a Rubik's Cube while blindfolded. But cube novices are also welcome—in fact, teaching others how to solve cubes is one of the club president's favorite things.

TechSync: Online Resources for Student Activities

Don’t forget to log into TechSync regularly to see what kinds of events are being held both on- and off-campus, from magic shows and pizza parties to concerts, sporting events, and more.

80%

of students are involved in sports activities

50

professional, career development, and honor societies

44

club sports and intramural teams

200+

clubs and organizations

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