Clubs & Organizations
oSTEM is an organization that fosters leadership for LGBTQIA+ communities within STEM fields.
A group of chemical engineering students at the University of Illinois met in 1931 to form an organization which would recognize those juniors and seniors who displayed academic excellence and leadership in their profession.
PESNU is the Northeastern University student chapter of the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES).
Phi Sigma Rho is a national social sorority for women in engineering and engineering technology. Our sisters develop the highest standard of personal integrity, strive for academic excellence, and build friendships that will last a lifetime. Together we build the future.
Pi Tau Sigma is the national Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity and is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies.
Roxbury Robotics is a community outreach program for students trying to connect with the community around Northeastern University.
SAC is the umbrella council connecting all clubs and student organizations in the COE student community. SAC works to encourage collaboration, build a sense of community, cultivate strong student leaders, and advocate for the needs of the student body. SAC is comprised of at least one representative from each student organization, plus a chairperson.
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) is a 501(c)3 non-profit that empowers young people to participate and make an impact in space exploration.
The purpose of our group is to serve as an organizational vehicle for educational and social events for environmental graduate students including student presentations, seminar guest presentations, outings/field trips, and networking with other universities.
The Vision of the Society for Biomaterials is to serve as the world’s preeminent interactive global community committed to advancing excellence in all aspects of biomaterial science, engineering and technology for promoting human health and well-being.
The purpose of Sigma Xi, the International Scientific Research Honor Society, is to enhance the health of the research enterprise, foster integrity in science and engineering, and promote the public’s understanding of science for the purpose of improving the human condition. Besides, our chapter aims to foster a love of research in younger students with minimal research […]
Northeastern University Solar Decathlon is an interdisciplinary team working to design and construct sustainable buildings in and around Boston. Affiliated with the U.S. DOE Solar Decathlon® Competition, we carry high standards to create net-zero solar buildings fit to serve the regional issues and housing stock needs of our surrounding communities.
NUASCE’s Steel Bridge team designs, builds, and tests a scale-model bridge made entirely out of steel.
STEMout is a club for students who want to design or volunteer for outreach efforts in the Boston community. STEMout is a recognized Northeastern University student organization formed in 2016 with the help of the Center for STEM Education.
Sustainable Transportation @ Northeastern is a supergroup consisting of our university’s chapters of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS), and Bike Enthusiasts @ Northeastern (BEAN).
SWE was established to have fun and promote women in engineering!
The intention of the organization is to recognize both academic achievement and exemplary character in engineering students. Candidates must demonstrate exemplary character through a form of charitable service.
The name ‘ViTAL’ embodies our mission: to empower the ‘i’, the impact each individual can make in healthcare. ViTAL is an interdisciplinary collaborative of Northeastern University students united around healthcare innovation, growing together to develop in knowledge, connections, and skills outside of the classroom. Each semester, ViTAL offers unique programming bringing together both industry leaders and students to address current […]
Dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession, Chi-Epsilon was organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual civil engineer deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in the civil engineering student.