Student Clubs

Northeastern University’s Center for Student Involvement offers a range of clubs that are open to students across college and disciplines. Below is a listing of clubs associated with the disciplines offered in the College of Arts, Media and Design. Students can also propose their own club once they’re on campus!

  • Acting Out
  • American Institute of Architecture Students
  • Animation Students Association
  • Anime of NU
  • Art Collaborative
  • Black and Red Public Relations
  • Composers Club
  • Creative + Visual Arts Council
  • Film Enthusiast’s Club
  • Game Development Club
  • Live Music Association
  • Mural Club
  • NU Debate
  • Photography Club
  • Scout Design Studio
  • Silver Masque
  • Songwriting Club
  • spark Gallery
  • Toastmasters
  • Print and Broadcast Media

    From The Huntington News to 104.9FM WRBB, our student-run media outlets include majors from across the university.

  • Greenline Records
  • Her Campus Magazine
  • The Huntington News
  • NUTV
  • Northeastern Political Review
  • Print and Broadcast Leadership Council
  • Spectrum Literary Magazine
  • Tastemakers Magazine
  • Woof Magazine
  • 104.9FM WRBB
  • Music Ensembles and Lessons

    The Department of Music offers a range of ensembles for Northeastern students who would like to be involved in performance while on campus. Music ensembles and lessons are open to all majors, and music majors are required to complete at least two semesters in an ensemble. The university is also home to six cappella groups.

  • Blues/Rock Ensemble
  • Choral Society
  • Concert Band
  • Create Your Own Music
  • Electronic Music
  • Fusion Ensemble
  • Jazz and Choir Combo
  • Jazz Ensemble
  • Pep Band
  • Rock Ensemble
  • Wind Ensemble
  • World Fusion
  • Student-Run Businesses

    Through co-op or Northeastern’ venture accelerator, IDEA, students in the College of Arts, Media and Design have the opportunity to start their own business. Greenline Records, a student-run record label, and Scout, a student-run design firm, both grew out of our students’ desire to build on-campus companies that would thrive for years to come.