Find a SEAS-Affiliated Student Organization
Whether you are a non-SEAS student looking for ways to access SEAS labs and event spaces more frequently, or a current SEAS student looking to find a group based on your concentration, the list below is meant to guide your search for the right match. For additional guidance finding a student organization to join please email
Please note that all SEAS-Affiliated Student Organizations are registered through Harvard College and follow their policies and procedures.
Groups that focus on celebrating the diversity of the SEAS community or exposing the SEAS community to diverse speaker/topics in STEM.
Groups that make members feel like a part of the SEAS community through social events, hosting conferences, mentorship programs, networking opportunities (alumni and jobs), and peer support networks.
These groups' primary focus is to work together to design and fabricate projects together. SEAS-affiliated student organizations can secure access and training to certain SEAS fabrication and design facilities to host project builds. These groups often participate in engineering design competitions.
These links lead to the lists of club organizations that are most popular/relevant to each concentration.
- Harvard Applied Math Society (HAMS) - Dedicated to bringing AM concentrators and students interested in AM together in a welcoming and active community, through both social and academic events
- GSAS Harvard Big Data Club (HBDC) - GSAS club focusing on big data
- Harvard Data Ventures (DV) - Undergraduate club focusing on projects involving big data
- Harvard College Open Data Project (HODP) - Student-faculty group aiming to increase transparency and solve problems on campus using public Harvard data
- Harvard Sports Analysis Collective (HSAC) - Student-run organization at Harvard College dedicated to the quantitative analysis of sports strategy and management
- Harvard Computer Society (HCS) - The largest computer club on campus
- Women in Computer Science (WiCS) - Dedicated to building a community of technical women at Harvard and beyond
- Harvard Undergraduate Cybersecurity Club - Focuses on competitions - particularly those involving cyber security
- Harvard College Developers for Development (D4D) - Community of students dedicated to applying our technical skills in the social impact space
- Harvard College Quantum Computing Association (HCQCA) - Student-run organization dedicated to the education/engagement in Quantum Information Science and Software
- Harvard College Video Game Development Club (VGDC) - Dedicated to the learning and practice of video game development
- Harvard Computing Contest Club - Sends at least two teams of 3 undergraduates every year to compete in the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), an algorithmic programming contest for college students
- Harvard College Engineering Society (HCES) - The largest and broadest engineering community among Harvard undergrads
- MakeHarvard (MH) - An engineering makeathon bringing together over 200 students from schools all along the east coast and Canada for 36 hours of making projects
- Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) - Connects Harvard students interested in biomedical engineering
- iGEM - Establishing a community of creative synthetic biologists from a variety of disciplines
- GSAS Harvard Biotechnology Club - Provides educational programs that allow members to explore the world of business and biotechnology
- Harvard College Human Powered Vehicle Team (HPVT) - Competes annually in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (HPVC)
- Engineers without Borders (EWB) - Forms long-term partnerships with communities to design and build sustainable engineering projects. Ongoing projects: a clean-water program in the Dominican Republic and schoolhouse Tanzania
- Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) - Dedicated to promoting space exploration and interest in space both on and off campus
- Harvard College Wireless Club - Amateur radio ("ham radio") club open to students, staff, alumni, or affiliates interested in learning more about ham radio
- Photonics Club - Student-run organization with a mission to educate students on research related to optics and photonics