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Clubs and Organizations

There are many opportunities at the graduate school to get involved in the community, network, have fun, and enrich your education.

For example, there are over 30 different student-run organizations of all types, ranging from business-related clubs to special interest groups and athletic organizations. Each organization is helmed by a leadership team, which is responsible for executing the mission of the club and management of membership and events. Elections for leadership teams occur in the spring semester; however, leadership roles for One-Year students are available in August.

 

Current Graduate Student Clubs:

Babson Acceleration Club

Babson Analytics Club

Babson Black Graduate Club

Babson Consulting Club

Babson Design Thinking Club

Babson Family Business Club

Babson Finance Club

Babson Food and Agriculture Technology Club

Babson Graduate Christian Fellowship

Babson Graduate Golf Club

Babson Graduate Partners Club

Babson Graduate Soccer Club

Babson Healthcare and Life-Science Club

Babson India Graduate Club

Babson Latin American Club

Babson Manufacturing Club

Babson Marketing Club

Babson Mobility Club

Babson OUT Network

Babson Real Estate Club

Babson Sustainability and Energy Club

Babson Tech Club

Babson Veterans Club

Babson Women in Business

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Starting a New Graduate Student Club:

If you are interested in starting an organization not already represented, you can certainly take steps to do so by registering a new organization or partnering with an existing organization. 

All new Graduate student clubs must demonstrate viability and sustainability:

  • Viability: There is demonstrated interest in the student body in the club and the club is able to meet these needs. Clubs must have a distinct mission and purpose and cannot substantially overlap with an already existing club. The club must enhance the Babson community.
  • Sustainability: The club must have future longevity on campus, which is measured through annual club goals, the number of activities held per semester, and club membership numbers.

For more details about the Club Initiative Stage and Making an Official Pitch to the GSC to start a new club visit the Babson Hub.