Favorite Things To Do
During the week, students tend to run around from activity to activity all day, hoping to have enough time to eat a long drawn-out dinner with friends until the dining hall workers start putting up chairs around them. Late night brings nacho runs to the Hoop, sitting in the Knapp and complaining about how much work you have to do, or popping into friends' rooms for a movie or a chat. In their free time, students flow into Boston to shop or grab something to eat. SBOG and other clubs organize activities such as film festivals, parties, and lectures.
Looking for something to do? Relax on Severance Green or Green Beach. Grab a coffee in the Wang Center, El Table, or the Hoop. Go for a swim in the pool or the lake. Browse the Davis Museum. Rent a movie for free from Knapp. Or walk out to Tupelo Point and admire the lake.
Clubs and Organizations on Campus
Wellesley offers more than 180 clubs, organizations, and activities for student involvement. Clubs range from club sports, political groups, a cappella groups, Speech & Debate, Sexual Health Educators, Cooking club, Freestyle Dance, Asian Student Union, Wellesley College TV, Wellesley News, Outing Club, Multicultural Council, Schnieder Board of Governors, Senate and College Government, Pre-Law, Pre-Veterinary, Pre-Dental, and Pre-Business Societies just to name a few...