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Our Mission

The Actuarial Club's mission is to provide our members with a better understanding of the actuarial field and to prepare them for full-time employment. We hope to achieve our mission by building relationships between students, faculty, and prospective employers through exposing our members to the field of actuarial science and providing resources for them to succeed in their time at UW-Madison and in the future.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Strength, creativity, and innovation result from having a community with a wide diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and cultures. Creating such a community that welcomes, respects, and values the contributions of all its members is critical for everyone to be included.  The Actuarial Club at the University of Wisconsin-Madison strives to ensure every member feels safe, supported, and included regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious beliefs, political affiliation, socioeconomic status, or anything else that distinguishes one individual from another. We will accomplish this via conducting club events that promote tenets of diversity, working via committees to encourage equitable treatment of club members, and fostering an inclusive culture that engages everyone in the club.



Why Actuarial Club at UW-Madison?

#1 Undergraduate insurance program
#1 business school actuarial science program in north america 2017-2021
Named Center of actuarial excellence: highest level of recognition
Professional  networking events with top companies across the nation
opportunity to Build strong relationships with faculty and other  club members
Scholarships Including reimbursement for passed exams for active club members


Lessons in Life and Leadership 

Every Tuesday, 12:20-12:50pm

Room 1170, Grainger Hall

Bagels and Study Social

Sunday, April 28th @ 12:00pm

Grainger 1250

Dog Toy Volunteering

Monday, April 29th @ 5:30 - 6:30pm

Room 1185

Actuarial Club Elections

Thursday, April 25th @ 5:30pm

Grainger 1295

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