With over 130 clubs on campus, there is no shortage of things to see and groups to be a part of, and they are constantly changing based on student interest. If you are interested in chartering a club, please contact Katalina Echavarri, the Chair of Student Organizations, to learn more.
Club life at Bowdoin is supported primarily by the Student Activities Fee, a fund managed by our Student Activities Funding Committee (SAFC). Between the Student Organizations Oversight Committee (SOOC), the Student Activities Office, and the SAFC, club leaders are given a comprehensive support network for accomplishing any of their goals on campus. With nearly 130 active clubs and growing, there are plenty of ways to get involved and break out of your comfort zone as a student. Club Leaders can refer to our page on Club Funding or the Club Leaders’ Manual for more guidance with club management, or if you’re interested in starting a new club on campus, refer to the Starting a New Club page for more information.
A complete list of active organizations can be found on CampusGroups.
Some student organizations have public websites at: students.bowdoin.edu