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Student Opportunities

Butler Summer Institute

The Butler Summer Institute is designed to allow a student to pursue a significant research question, or to contribute to a scholarly conversation, or to produce creative work, while being mentored by a faculty member, and supported by a community of equally enthusiastic student researchers, scholars, and artists. Learn more.

The Butler Collegian

The Collegian is Butler's nationally recognized student-led news organization. Its staff is made up of reporters and editors with various majors. Each semester, The Collegian staff recruits new members—all Butler students are encouraged to apply regardless of class year. Learn more.

Graduate School

Butler's Office of Pre-Professional School Advising assists, equips, and empowers Butler students to pursue a professional school education. They do so by advising students on issues related to selecting and applying to professional schools, organizing guest speaker and workshop events, providing mentoring and networking opportunities, and maintaining a resource library. Learn more.

Butler Speech and Debate Team

We are looking forward to a successful year so come join us! Learn more.

Study Abroad

Butler offers over 110 study abroad programs in 70 countries, like Italy, China, Australia, South Africa, and Peru. In fact, our GALA program was just recognized as one of the 50 best study abroad programs in the country. Learn more.

Washington Learning Program

Join students from other universities who are living, learning, and interning in the nation's capital during the Washington, DC Learning Semester. You'll earn Butler credits by taking classes on foreign policy and the history and public art of Washington, and complete an internship targeted to your interests. Learn more.