Societies can either be local to Fitzwilliam or span the whole University. Joining a society is a guaranteed way to make new and interesting friends, to learn new things, and to enjoy your free time.
Students can attend the Freshers' Fair at the Kelsey Kerridge Sports Centre near the start of their first term, where most of the University's societies will be on show and accepting new members. Fitzwilliam societies will be on display in Hall during your first week.
Academic societies can offer valuable context in your studies.
- Medical & Veterinary Society and Facebook group >>
- Law Society - website coming soon
- Economics & Finance Society - website coming soon
This is not an exhaustive list - both Fitzwilliam and the University will have societies relating to your subject.
- Theatre Society
Participate in one of Fitzwilliam's excellent student drama productions.
- Music Society
For musicians in all styles to practise and perform.
A number of sports clubs are available.
- Pool Club
Tour from college bar to college bar in the pool tournaments.
- Darts Club
Great facilities for both social and competitive darts.
- Chess Club
One of the largest clubs in Cambridge, with a diversity of playing strengths.
- Quiz Night
Win cash prizes with your knowledge of trivia in the Fitzwilliam bar.
- Fitz Sessions
Experience Fitzwilliam's talented musical, poetic and comic performances in the bar.
Reassuring lesbians, bisexuals and homosexuals that Cambridge has a modern attitude.
- Christian Union
Bible studies, prayer, and discussions open to all faiths.