New Clubs, New Perspectives

15 September 2015 Comments Off on New Clubs, New Perspectives

The number of student clubs and societies at Bilkent has been enlarged by 14, raising the total to 99. The clubs and societies that were recently formed are these:

• American Culture Society

• e-Sports Society

• Game Developers Club

• Information Technologies Management Club

• Lacrosse Club

• Observers of Nature Society

• Physics Club

• Sayokan Society

• South and Central American Cultures Society

• Traceurs Club

• Translation Society

• Utopia and Science Club

• Women in the Business World Club

• Women’s Studies Society

The following clubs and societies that were suspended last year have been reactivated:

• Animal Friends Club

• Automobile Sports Club

• Economic Research Society

• Gastronomy Club

• Human Rights and Freedoms Club

• Management and Economics Club

• MBA Club

• Modern Dance Society

• Northern Caucasia Culture Club

• Winter Sports Society

According to the Bilkent University Student Clubs and Societies Rules and Regulations, students are free to join any club without restriction. However, clubs and societies may have certain conditions a member must fulfill in order to have the right to vote and stand for elections. These conditions should be clearly stated in the club’s or society’s bylaws.

The annual meeting of the dean of students and the Students Activities Center staff with the presidents of student clubs and societies will take place on Monday, September 28 at 5:45 p.m. in EE-01.

You can find a complete list of active clubs and societies at