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One of the things that makes WPI stand out from the crowd is that our students do just that—they’re not only scientists and engineers; they’re also performers, athletes, musicians, and volunteers. They’re passionate about and involved in a wide variety of activities, and the engaged, active campus community allows them to learn, grow, and succeed in all aspects of their lives.

There’s lots to do here at WPI and in the surrounding Worcester area to complement the skills you gain from the classroom. You can volunteer your time at a number of local nonprofit organizations, join a fraternity or sorority, offer your talents to an a cappella group or theatre production, or channel your inner Saturday Night Live performer and participate in a sketch comedy group, and that’s just the beginning.

You’ll not only learn—you’ll have a great time, meet new people, and make connections that will last long after you leave campus.

So what are you waiting for? Get involved at WPI.  


student clubs and organizations


fraternities and sororities


hours of community service by WPI Greek life students


club sports and intramural teams

Underwater hockey at WPI

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. Underwater hockey is just one of over 225 clubs and organizations you can join at WPI—check out the full list and start building your extracurricular dream team.


Check out how current students are getting involved...

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Kellie Bushe '24

BS, Biomedical Engineering (Pre-Medicine)

As a pre-med and ROTC student, Kellie meets any challenge that comes her way, both inside and outside the classroom.  

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Robbie Oleynick '24

BS, Electrical & Computer Engineering

At WPI, Robbie is pursuing his passion for music alongside his interest in electrical & computer engineering and computer science.

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Sakshi Joglekar ‘24

BS, Biology & Biotechnology; Psychology

International student Sakshi loves to share her culture with others and leans on the support of the community to help her thrive.

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Luka Christianson ‘24

BS, Mechanical Engineering

Luka’s dedication to his studies, ROTC, and athletics has helped him develop his leadership and teamwork skills, both on and off the field.

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Tessa Lytle '23

BS/MS Mechanical Engineering

Tessa’s college career, both on and off the skating rink, has provided her many opportunities to get involved and make an impact. 

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Ibraheim Ibraheim ‘25

BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering

First-generation student, Ibraheim, thrives in WPI’s network of community support and connection.  

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Tionge Nakazwe '25

BS, Environmental and Sustainability Studies; minor in Creative Writing

As a member of the National Society of Black Engineers, Tionge knows that a diverse support system has helped her thrive and achieve at WPI.


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November 04, 2021
Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education (ODIME)
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Academic Advising, Getting Involved
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Clubs & Organizations, Getting Involved