The Kellogg School has more than 130 student clubs and organizations across the Full-Time, Evening & Weekend and Executive MBA programs that appeal to diverse interests and issues. There are academic, professional and industry-specific organizations, as well as clubs focused on sports, hobbies, the arts, and ethnic and cultural interests. At Kellogg, student clubs are an active and important part of student life. Open to all students, the clubs plan events and activities throughout the year. All clubs provide a great opportunity for company promotion. To find out more about Kellogg student groups (or to contact their leaders), please see the link below.
Clubs play a vital role in supporting and enhancing every aspect of our Kellogg experience. From celebrating cultural diversity to offering professional guidance and support, clubs are created, run and shaped by Kellogg students.
Imagine if you could somehow distill and take with you the knowledge and experiences of your Kellogg classmates. The Class of 2012 alone would then know what it's like to work in the White House, found a multi-billion dollar company, row across the Atlantic Ocean, work in nearly every industry imaginable, live through a civil war, dance the Bhangra, perform open heart surgery and survive a failed parachute.
Clubs function as an exchange for both past experiences and new ideas, supplementing the collaborative academic environment that Kellogg has become famous for. Club websites and contactsKellogg Student Leadership Teams
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