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Become a Member

To become a member of the Actuarial Club, a full-time undergraduate student or an actuarial program capstone student at UW-Madison must:

1. Sign up for our mailing list by sending an email to ​our VP of Communications, Sarah Bloemer, at sbloemer@wisc.eduThis will allow access to the weekly newsletter to keep you up to date with all events in the club

2. Pay dues of $35 for the academic year.

  • Methods of Payment:

    • ​Venmo (Preferred): @UW_Actuarial_Club​

      • Please format the description as "$35 for (Your Name), (Student ID), (email)"

    • Cash/Check at any event prior to the sign-up deadline


3. Fill out the member registration form

Please reach out to the VP of Communications Sarah Bloemer at if you have any questions about becoming a member.


Check the Newsletter to see when club dues are due for the Fall and Spring semesters!

Benefits of Becoming a Member

A free Actuarial Club t-shirt is included in the cost of dues!​​

Here's the t-shirt from 2023-2024!

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Other great benefits include:

Employer Presentations

Employers come to present to our club about the actuarial career and current insurance trends as well as network with our members following the presentation. At these events, free pizza is provided!

Risk and Insurance Career Fair

Enjoy exclusive networking with 60 employers at our annual Risk and Insurance Career Fair. These employers are looking to hire UW-Madison students for internships and full-time positions. Also included in the dues is a copy of the career fair booklet with descriptions 

Exam Reimbursement Scholarship​

The Actuarial Program at UW-Madison sponsors a scholarship to reimburse the cost of an actuarial exam for members of the Actuarial Club. Read more about the scholarship here!

Social and Volunteering Events

Throughout the academic year, the Actuarial Club hosts social events as well as volunteering events for members to participate in.

Mentorship Program

The Mentorship Program places students from different grade levels in "families" to get together for various events and share information and experience from fellow students.

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