Music education is what brings students to Berklee, but most Berklee students are interested in engaging in music and other activities outside of the classroom. From student clubs and student-run enterprises to student government and a wealth of opportunities throughout Boston, you can get involved in extracurricular activities such as Berklee’s internet radio station, the college’s business startup initiative, NCAA Division III sports, and an array of cultural organizations, just to name a few. At Berklee, you can truly be who you are. While music remains the primary focus, it is far from the only important, rich experience available to students at Berklee.
The Student Activities Center (SAC) seeks to create and maintain an inclusive, safe, and engaging space for all members of the Berklee community. We are dedicated to enriching the student experience by cultivating active leaders, community builders, musicians, and global citizens. We invite you to explore the ways in which you can create, contribute, and take the reigns of your Berklee experience while making the most of your time in Boston.
- Student Clubs
Whether you’re interested in advocating for animal rights or sharing your love of heavy metal, catching a game of ultimate Frisbee or tap dancing, there are a wide array of student clubs at Berklee—and if the club you seek doesn’t yet exist, maybe you should start it!
- Student Government
Do you want to make the Berklee experience even better for yourself and others? Berklee’s Student Government Association (SGA) works with the academic and administrative community at Berklee to ensure that the collective voice of the student body is heard.
- Student-Run Enterprises
The academic experience meets “real world” experience at Berklee every day. Berklee students run multiple professional record labels, a top-notch live music venue, music publications, and several Internet radio station channels, among other ventures.
- Student Ambassador Program
Students interested in sharing their Berklee experience with others are encouraged to apply for the student ambassador program.
Berklee’s LiveWell program has fitness covered from A (athletics) to Z (Zumba dance classes). LiveWell also offers resources for eating well, sleeping well, and eliminating behaviors that threaten health, such as smoking and substance abuse.
- Boston's Gigging Scene
Many Berklee students arrive eager to share their music within the thriving Boston music scene. The Berklee community is adept at pointing students in the right direction to get started.
Berklee College of Music students: Visit us at 939 Boylston Street, room 206 (access from 921 Boylston Street, third floor), and contact us at email@example.com or 617-747-2560.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee students: Visit us at 24 Fenway, and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-912-9159. View the conservatory's clubs and organizations (open to all Berklee students).