MSFS students organize and participate in a large variety of co-curricular and social activities on and off campus such as debates, sporting events, happy hours, an annual trip to Israel, International Student Night and a Spring Ball.
Students come to MSFS with a wide array of backgrounds and experiences. More than one third of MSFS students come from outside the United States; all have lived, studied or worked abroad. MSFS co-curricular and social activities are designed to take advantage of this diversity and ensure that students learn with and from one another.
There are several ways to get involved in student life at MSFS:
- Visit our student representatives page to get in touch with your classmates that relay interests and concerns of the MSFS student body to the leadership team.
- Check out our student profiles page for short bios and personal stories of current and past students.
- Visit the SFS Graduate Clubs and Activities page to learn more about groups to join on campus.