Student Groups

Northeastern is home to more than 260 student organizations. Student government associations allow you to develop your leadership potential. Academic and professional societies allow you to network with accomplished professionals in your field. You’ll find athletic clubs, performing arts groups, cultural organizations, and everything in between.

Northeastern University Actuarial Club:
Northeastern University Actuarial Club (NUAC) is designed to create an actuarial network on campus for undergraduate support and development of future job opportunities and connections. Contact

Northeastern University Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society (NUSAACS):
The objective of the Northeastern University Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society chapter shall be to afford an opportunity for, but not limited to, helping further the interest in science, with a focus in chemistry, throughout the greater Boston area.  This includes helping students of the chemical sciences to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, and to foster a professional spirit among the members.  NUSAACS will strive to instill a professional pride in the chemical sciences, and foster an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges facing the modern scientist. Furthermore, NUSAACS wishes to create a collaborative academic and professional environment for students and faculty. Contact

Northeastern University Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers:
The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers is a national non-profit organization that provides resources for professionals of Asian heritage to succeed in the global industry. The organization also serves as a platform for celebrating cultural diversity on campuses and workplaces, and as a community for members to network and connect with each other. SASE membership is open to all men and women professionals of all ethnic backgrounds. SASE’s group on Facebook; SASE’s page on Facebook

Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) National Biological Honor Society:
The Chi Delta Epsilon Chapter of Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society was installed at Northeastern University on December 2, 2014. On that day, 85 undergraduate students from Biology, Biochemistry and Behavioral Neuroscience were inducted into the society. TriBeta is an undergraduate-focused national honor society established in 1922 with more than 670 chapters and 200,000 biologists inducted across the United States and Puerto Rico. Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society has as its express purpose to: 1) promote scholarship in the biological sciences; 2) promote the dissemination of biological knowledge; and 3) to encourage research. Tri-Beta on Facebook

Biology Club:
For Biology and Biochemistry majors and interested non-majors, the Biology Club offers the opportunity for outings (mountain climbs, overnight camping, nature hikes, and canoe trips), movies, guest lectures, and other diverse activities which are defined by the interested students, aided by a faculty advisor. Biology Club on Facebook

Biochemistry Club:
BioChemistry Club is to serve as a platform for meeting fellow biochemistry students, sharing opportunities for students to capitalize on, providing tutoring and mentoring channels, engaging speakers from the university or outside, trips to locations that enhance the student’s educational experience, and any other purpose the members see fit, including scheduling help and understanding the requirements of the major. Also, the Organizations would like to serve as a bridge between the faculty and students, in hopes of advancing the quality of the student’s experience in the major. Biochemistry Club on Facebook

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! Linguistics students take a variety of classes and co-ops, so we share our experiences and learn about new opportunities. Contact

Math Club:
The Northeastern Math Club is a place for students interested in mathematics can get together and further explore mathematics outside of a classroom setting.  We have weekly meetings which consist of a mix of both open discussions and talks given by professors, graduate students, and also some undergraduates. Contact

Neurons Club:
The Northeastern Undergraduate Researchers of Neuroscience (NEURONS) was originally founded as a club where students interested in the brain could meet and discuss new research and current events in the world of research.  Our beginning was humble, but over the past few years, it has grown into the official student group for the Behavioral Neuroscience major. Through NEURONS, students are able to provide valuable feedback to the professors regarding classes, research opportunities, and the state of the major from a student’s perspective. During the biweekly meetings, students and faculty members are able to discuss in an informal setting new research from leading academic journals, topics that aren’t typically covered in classes, and life as a neuroscientist. Contact NEURONS on Facebook

Nu Rho Psi National Honor Society:
The Massachusetts Beta Chapter of Nu Rho Psi is a branch of the National Honor Society in Neuroscience, which was founded in 2006 by the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience. Membership into this honor society is for life and is often a springboard for networking and the collaboration of like-minded colleagues interested in the study of the brain. Some of our chapter’s main goals are to encourage intellectual and social interaction between students, faculty, and professionals in neuroscience and related fields; increase public awareness of neuroscience and its benefits for the individual and society; and to encourage service to the community through various outreach projects. Contact via email or on Facebook

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; they’re always looking for more writers, photographers, and graphic designers! NU Sci on Facebook

Northeastern University’s chapter of oSTEM, an organization that fosters leadership for LGBTQIA+ communities within STEM fields. Contact

Society of Physics Students:
We hold weekly Wednesday meetings at noon in 306 Egan featuring a variety of speakers from numerous backgrounds in physics.  Stop by to learn a thing or two and enjoy a delicious lunch!
We also organize events both on- and off-campus, ranging from hosting the 2010 SPS Zone 1 meeting to dominating a game of College of Science CTF. More Info and Contact information

The purpose of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association, the student affiliate organization of the American Osteopathic Association, is to promote osteopathic ideals and unity within the profession, to educate future osteopathic physicians, and to establish and to maintain lines of communication among healthcare professionals in an ongoing effort to improve the quality of healthcare. Contact Pre-SOMA on Facebook

Psychology Club:
Founded in 1987, the Psychology Club is run entirely by Northeastern undergraduate psychology majors. They have an annual budget supplied by the department and use these funds to stage events, run programs and invite speakers to address the undergraduate student body. For the latest news and information, check out the Psychology Club’s web page.

TERRA Society:
The Terra Society organizes activities that promote an appreciation and understanding of the Earth and of environmental sciences. We sponsor speakers and field trips that aim to broaden our knowledge of the natural word. The Society is open to all students and welcomes anyone interested in the areas of geology, environmental science, and paleontology. Contact