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  To get involved in any OSID organizations or clubs, visit their website, call, email or stop by OSID. There are a number
of fairs and events in August and September each year
to learn how to get involved (i.e., Welcome Week, BowTie, Market Daze).
The Office of Student Involvement and Development (OSID) supports the Washburn community through the creation of the co-curricular experiences that encourage collaboration and inclusivity to enhance student learning through campus and community engagement and leadership development. Becoming involved in a student organization is exciting and fun, providing you with the skills necessary to be successful after college.
Student Organizations
There are more than 125 student organizations at Washburn to get involved in, including areas of academics, Greek, scholar/honor, recreational, under-represented identities and religious.
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Our Greek community supports and upholds various values, including leadership, academics, community service and philanthropy, friendship, networking, social activities and athletics. There are a variety of Greek organizations at Washburn, both national and local.
Washburn Student Government Association (WSGA)
Washburn Student Government Association (WSGA), established in 1909, exists to represent and act in the interest of Washburn students. Freshman and transfer students are encouraged to get involved in their first year.
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
CAB provides a variety of FREE social, educational, cultural and recreational activities for all Washburn students, faculty, administration, alumni and the Topeka community.
 Student Involvement
& Development
Memorial Union, Lower Level 785.670.1723

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