Babson College will be altering regular operations due to the ongoing impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Undergraduate Events

Each year, more than 800 undergraduate student events are held on Babson’s campus.

There is a buzz of activity that goes on day and night at Babson, often driven by innovative events spurred by the undergraduate community. Student clubs and organizations, departments, centers and institutes at Babson host events for undergraduate students that enhance the time students spend outside the classroom

Babson traditions include Founder's Day, Back to Babson, Friends and Family Weekend, Late Night Breakfast, and many student organization events. 

Attending events is a great way to connect and develop relationships with faculty, staff, alumni, and fellow students. Annual events include:

  • Student Organization Fair 
  • Spring Concert & Spring Day
  • Tailgates
  • Babson Superfan Athletic Events
  • Food Day
  • Babson Players' Fall & Spring Shows
  • Fraternity & Sorority Life Fundraisers
  • Multifaith Dinners & Programming
  • Babson Dance Ensemble Performances
  • Multicultural Fair
  • LGBTQ & Allies Welcoming Reception
  • Students of Color Welcoming Reception
  • Educational Abroad Fair
  • Internship Fair
  • Jun
    01
    2020

    CWEL Students Open Office Hours (Virtual)

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    Pop by our virtual CWEL office from where ever you are! Whether you have a question, are seeking feedback, or just want to say hello, Valerie Paquette, Director of Student Programs at the Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership will host weekly office hours, open to all, every Monday and Thursday. You may enter the room within the scheduled times via the link below or register via CVENT have the link and reminders sent to your inbox. No registration required! Enter the room here: https://babson.webex.com/meet/vpaquette Find out more >>
  • Jun
    02
    2020

    Virtual: Babson Discover: Crowdfunding - How to Fuel the Rocket

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    In this 60-minute offering Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Erik Noyes, presents the mechanics of successful crowdfunding campaigns based on his high-demand Babson Crowdfunding course. How do you plan and execute a successful campaign? What are opportunities to seize - and pitfalls to avoid - when running a campaign? Come for a lively discussion. Find out more >>
  • Jun
    03
    2020

    Impact Unplugged: Investing in the Global Goals

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    How has COVID-19 changed how we think about investing? How can our investments contribute to a more sustainable and inclusive world? And how can we contribute to that without sacrificing financial performance? Join our conversation with Alison Smith, Managing Director of Cornerstone Capital Group, to learn about their Acesss Impact FrameworkTM that directly aligns with the UN Global Goals. Join the conversation on ZoomMeeting details will be provided in the registration confirmation email. About Impact UnpluggedImpact Unplugged is an Uncommon Table series on service, sustainability, and social innovation. Sustainable, positive social impact can occur through a wide spectrum of activities. Individuals must first decide what problem they want to solve, and then determine how they can best influence the greatest change. How can you bring an entrepreneurial mindset and social design thinking to more effectively address the UN Global Goals, like poverty, climate action, and inequality? Impact Unplugged provides a space to share insights that lead to action. These conversations are curated by The Lewis Institute and Service & Justice Programs. As with all of our Uncommon Table conversations, come when you can, stay as long as you'd like. All are welcome. About The Lewis InstituteThe Lewis Institute at Babson College provides experiences and resources to activate people to become changemakers. Challenging the status quo and creating solutions for business and societal needs simultaneously is the 'cutting edge of commonsense.' Our promise is to inspire action around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals), which encapsulate the biggest challenges of our time. At the core of our process is Entrepreneurial Thought & Action (ET&A) and social design. Find out more >>
  • Jun
    03
    2020

    P2P Connect with Cindy Klein Marmer: Wednesday, June 3

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    P2P Connect Session: Wednesday, June 3 Facilitated by Associate Director of the Butler Launch Pad Cindy Klein Marmer, P2P (Peer to Peer) A Connect sessions will be held on Wednesday, June 3 from 3:00pm-4:00pm. This facilitated feedback forum will help you continue to make progress during this difficult time. You will have the opportunity to get feedback on your current business concept or help you overcome a current challenge you are facing while helping your peers do the same. Youll leave the session with a renewed focus on the actionable next steps you should take to continue making progress on your business. Find out more >>
  • Jun
    04
    2020

    Resilient Leadership Webinar

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    Resilient Leadership | Live Webinar: Thursday, June 4, 12:00 Noon–12:45 p.m. EDT Uncertainty is a big part of life, now more than ever. When careers and current events take unpredictable turns, it’s important to meet the moment with grit and flexibility. We call this resilience, and it’s what keeps us moving forward even though our work and personal lives are colliding in new ways, and the future is unknown. This short webinar will guide you in exploring how you find resilience and how defining resilience can direct our efforts to cultivate resilience when we need it most. REGISTER for Live Webinar » Find out more >>