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Established in 2012, the Berkeley Forum is a vital center of inquiry
and debate on the Berkeley campus.

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the brightest minds at Berkeley
and meet the people who shape
our world. Learn more.

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Carter Keeling ‘17 (right) moderates a conversation with Creative Commons Founder Lawrence Lessig.


Be a part of something big.

Your college years are like no other, a time when you can explore the passions that excite you most. But they are also a period when you should be engaging with a wide range of ideas, unencumbered by occupational demands.

The Berkeley Forum is a rich complement to any Berkeley education. The Forum is devoted to uncovering and debating controversial issues, both topical and timeless. Whether you are a philosophy major, a computer scientist, or an aspiring artist, by joining the Forum you’ll acquire an unparalleled breadth of knowledge and meet other students who share a passion for free speech, inquiry, and diversity of ideas.

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We offer the opportunity to make an impact during the most transformative years of your life.  See reasons to join.

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Learn more about the components of our application and prepare for the interview and written test.  Apply today.

Teams and Roles


At the Forum, there’s an opportunity
for everyone — from moderating to marketing.  See committees and roles.

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Should you have any questions regarding the application process, do not hesitate to contact Secretary Grace O'Toole.

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without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, physical and mental disability, medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics), ancestry, marital status,
age, sexual orientation, citizenship or status as a covered veteran. We are proud to celebrate inclusion and diversity — including diversity of ideas and beliefs.