Trying to have the full college experience while being careful about COVID-19 can be a challenge. But don’t fret—we’ve got you covered. Check out this list of ways to get involved at Vanderbilt in a fun and safe way.
- Have you signed up for Anchor Link yet? It’s a crucial tool for finding student organizations that directly align with things you’re interested in. It can also help leaders engage with members, publicize campus events, promote important news or receive applications for a new organization.
- The Ingram Commons supports various educational, social and cultural events throughout the year. As you become more acclimated to campus, there are opportunities to work with faculty, staff and other students to shape events and build community. You can also set out to join the Commons Leadership Council to meet others.
Vanderbilt has countless student centers where you can study, meet with friends and— sometimes—find free meals.
- Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center serves as the epicenter of the Black experience at Vanderbilt and offers innovative programming, resources and fellowship opportunities.
- Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center is an affirming space that provides resources and educational programming for women and all members of the Vanderbilt community who actively resist sexism and all forms of oppression.
- KC Potter Center is a cultural center, a place of affirmation for individuals of all identities and a resource for information and support about gender and sexuality.
- McTyeire International House is an on-campus living-learning community that promotes the use of foreign languages and the awareness of different cultures.
Check out these additional resources to get involved at Vanderbilt: