Approximately 3,200 undergraduate and graduate students live on campus in 11 Residential Commons and six upperclass/graduate communities. The Residential Commons, housing all first- and second-year students, include on-site classes, social activities and faculty in residence.
Students gain leadership experience through nearly 200 campus organizations. A student serves as a voting member of the SMU Board of Trustees, and others serve on board committees.
Undergraduate students participate in scholarly research, civic engagement, professional internships and creative activity related to education goals.
Nearly 3,000 undergraduate volunteers serve annually through more than 100 nonprofit agencies.
Students also participate in Alternative Break national service projects.
One-third of SMU students engage in study abroad. Students have access to 150 study abroad programs in 50 countries, in addition to research and service projects abroad.
Approximately 2,500 students are members of sororities and fraternities.
SMU Adventures Blog
At SMU Adventures, students and faculty create online chronicles of their experiences conducting research, studying abroad and serving communities around the globe.