- What's my day like?
Experience a day at Exeter from the student’s perspective, in words and images. More…
- Student Activities
Clubs for any interest, trips, evening and weekend entertainment, and the chance for students to design their own activities. More…
Learn how Exeter learns about issues of diversity, inclusion, equity and social justice. More…
- ESSO Exeter’s Social Service Organization
70 student clubs work with more than 120 community partners to make a difference locally and globally. More…
A variety of sustainability programs educate and motivate students to protect the environment now and in the future. More…
Exeter students benefit from a rich academic and social life. Students can choose from many co-curricular activities including athletics, arts, performance, social responsibility, environmental concerns, and more. The 90 clubs provide students with many outlets to express existing interests and develop new ones. Developing interests – both new and well established – is the key goal of an Exeter education.
See Big Red Carnival Slide Show:
Learn how Exonians are working to expand cultural awareness, meet students who are rethinking access to rural health care, discover how Jason Kang ’12 is helping to outfox Ebola.
Opening reception: 8-9 p.m., Friday, Jan. 29. Reception will include student performances and a screening of The Phillips Exeter Screen Tests, a video by Callan Mallone ’15.
Students observe a chef at work, in preparation for a writing assignment inspired by The New Yorker.
Highlights include a keynote by Gyasi Ross; panel discussion with Sandra Guzman, Dr. Sami Atif, Jamelle Bouie, Darby Henry ’13 and Lorella Praeli; and student performances.
Among the 'brightest young entrepreneurs, breakout talents and change agents' of 2016.