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Student Organizations and Greek Life

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College is a lot of work. Hard work. But that doesn't mean it's all work and no play. As an Illinois Tech student, you will find countless ways to pursue your passions.

日本一本道a不卡免费The Office of Campus Life can help students make the most of their time at Illinois Tech.

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HawkLink

日本一本道a不卡免费Illinois Tech offers more than 150 student organizations, from university chapters of professional organizations and the Student Government Association to the student-run radio station and esports. HawkLink is home to all of it.

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Greek Life

日本一本道a不卡免费Greek organizations have been an important part of the Illinois Tech educational experience on campus for more than 100 years—and anyone is welcome to join. Illinois Tech offers 10 Greek chapters, including eight fraternities and two sororities.

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Illinois Tech Esports

日本一本道a不卡免费Illinois Tech Esports aims to engage the university community in casual and competitive gaming, and strives to create experiences dedicated to the player.

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Student Events

日本一本道a不卡免费There are more than 650 student events held on Illinois Tech's campus each year. Find out what's going on, and what may interest you.

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Community Service

日本一本道a不卡免费Campus Life hosts service learning and community service opportunities throughout the year. These allow you to get involved in the community, to meet fellow students outside of the classroom, and to put your values into practice.

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日本一本道a不卡免费“I am treasurer of Illinois Tech’s Hyperloop club. Our organization is designing and building a small, high-speed transportation pod that is modeled after Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Pod idea. This group has allowed me to learn about new concepts and get additional hands-on experience outside of the classroom. Being the treasurer has given me the opportunity to learn about the business side of a project as well."

—Shannon O’Donnell (Mechanical Engineer 3rd Year), Lemont, Illinois

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“I’m very involved with the university’s newspaper, TechNews, Illinois Tech’s chapter of the Society of Physics Students, and Writers at Illinois Tech (WaIT). Illinois Tech has a large variety of student organizations, and even if you are looking for something that isn’t there, it’s quite straightforward to start your own! I created WaIT during my freshman year, and it’s become a great place for writers to gather together.”

—Alexandra Detweiler (Physics/Astrophysics, M.A.S. Health Physics 3rd Year), Sussex, Wisconsin

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