Students have been forming campus clubs to discuss Objectivism and host speakers to present the philosophy to others on campus since the 1960s. Since Ayn Rand’s ideas are typically not taught in the classroom despite their enduring appeal, Objectivist campus clubs are often the only forum open to students with an interest in them.
Objectivist campus clubs are made up of students who share an interest in Ayn Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism. These clubs are a great way for students to further develop their understanding of Objectivism, meet other students who share this similar interest, and introduce Ayn Rand’s ideas to other students on campus.
To learn how to start, join or help an Objectivist campus club, fill out the form below.