Photo gallery There’s a group for everyone at the org fair
UW-Madison students flocked to the Student Organization Fair Sept. 12 and 13 at the Kohl Center to learn about groups, activities and services that they can join. More than 400 represented student organizations had booths, with specialties ranging from ultimate frisbee to Pokemon to the Alexander Hamilton. The event runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on both days.
Students make their way into the Kohl Center for the Student Organization Fair, which runs Sept. 12 and 13.
The two-day Student Organization Fair is an opportunity for students to learn about special-interest groups, activities and services offered by more than 400 represented student organizations on campus.
Amy Lossen (left) and Tony Feller (right) give a demonstration near Madison Swing dance club booth.
Ariana Double talks with students at the UW Smile Squad booth.
Students check out the UW Japanese Karate Club booth.
Kenya Link (left) talks with Princess Vaulx (right) at the National Alliance on Mental Illness booth during the Student Organization Fair.
Students pick up an event map and booth list.
Students check out the UW Nature and Animal Protection booth.
Interim dean of students Argyle Wade (right) talks with a student during the Student Organization Fair.
Students walk through the Kohl Center during the Fall Student Organization Fair.
Carly Langkamp (right) speaks to a student about the UW American Red Cross Club.
Students check their maps and student organization lists.
Panouly Moua (right) talks with students about the Alpha Kappa Delta Phi sorority.
Catherine Torner (right) talks to a student at the Girl Up booth.
Students check out the Multicultural Student Center booth.