Clubs & Activities

Our student-run clubs and organizations make it easy to explore and expand your interests while building a community.

Being a part of a student group is a great way to make connections on and off campus. With hundreds of student-run organizations, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet friends and put your unique passions to use—or try something new. No matter what you choose, these experiences will help you build a community and develop leadership skills.

¡Baila! gave me an amazing and supportive family, great memories each time we were together, and a feeling of belonging. It helped me become a better dancer and a more confident person. It’s definitely made my Hopkins experience 1,000 times better than I ever thought it would be.

Dania H., '22
  • 430+ Student-Run Organizations
  • 83% Students Involved in at Least One Organization
  • 50+ Community Service Groups
  • 24 Varsity Sports Teams

Explore, Connect, Grow

Student Clubs & Organizations

There are over 450 student-run clubs to choose from to add depth to your experiences here-from performing arts and engineering clubs to cultural organizations, fraternities, and sororities.

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Campus Traditions

Our traditions like Blue Jay Opening Day, Lighting of the Quads, and Spring Fair bring the entire campus to celebrate our community.

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Athletics & Sports Teams

There are a combined total of over 60 varsity, intramural, and club-level sports teams to engage in at Hopkins. From football and lacrosse to rugby and Ultimate Frisbee, our athletic programs amplify Blue Jay pride.

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Support for Your Organization

Our student organizations have access to staff advising, peer consulting, and leadership workshops. We’re committed to helping each group thrive, so that students with similar interests can come together and build a community.


There’s Something for Everyone

Our students have created a broad cross-section of clubs and organizations for every interest on campus. If you can’t find something that sparks your interest, you can apply to create a new one.