Student Organizations

Meet new people, find a new hobby, and be a part of something on campus. Northeastern is home to almost 400 student organizations including everything from the arts to sports to student government. Here is just an example of the science and math based clubs on campus – take a minute to browse and find your people:

4 Organizations Found.

COS Student Diversity Advisory Council

COSSDAC aims to provide support for underrepresented students in the sciences. It helps members academically, professionally, and provides postgraduate resources and a sense of community. They bring the resources that exist directly to members, such as mentorship programs and inviting different offices to meetings to speak about opportunities and resources. COSSDAC believes in giving back to the community by having science enrichment programs to get high school students into science and learn about the disparities that exist in our communities. COSSDAC on Instagram.

Northeastern WISE

The Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship (WISE) is a student-led group at Northeastern University dedicated to helping women develop an innovative mindset through interactive workshops, a thought-incubator, and mentorship pairings.

Linguistics Club

You don’t have to be a linguistics student to attend our meetings. Anyone with an interest in language is welcome. If you’re considering a major or minor in linguistics, it’s a great way to meet other students and learn about what we do. We try to plan fun activities that relate to linguistics and language, like discussions, films, language and word games, presentations, and of course food! Instagram: @neu.lingclub

NU Sci

NU Sci is Northeastern University’s first ever on-campus science magazine. Student-formed and student-run we are a group that meets every Monday to discuss scientific events and create a product that educates and enlightens the NU community. Get Involved; we’re always looking for more writers, photographers, and graphic designers!
Student Stories
Northeastern University Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society

"Our purpose is to cultivate a close community where students who love chemistry can commune," says chemistry major Caroline Consoli. Here she shares her experience being a part of the Northeastern University Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society.

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