a laptop displays stickers from several student groups

Liz Linder Photography

Khoury has a small college feel with all the resources of a major research university. The culture is collaborative and team oriented, and over time most students develop a strong sense of community and belonging by joining and leading student groups at Khoury and Northeastern. We encourage you to get involved and take advantage of the many resources available—and then later give back to the college, university, and wider communities.

Share information about your club/organization with Khoury students by tabling in WVH 102 Monday-Thursday from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Sign your club up here: Khoury WVH Club Tabling.

Khoury student groups

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Association for Computing Machinery

ACM brings together the Northeastern Computer Science community by holding tech talks. Experts from Academia and Industry come to talk about their work and their organizations.

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Code 4 Community

Code 4 Community designs, builds, deploys, and maintains software solutions for non-profit organizations in the local community.

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Computer Science Mentoring Organization

Northeastern’s Computer Science Mentoring Organization serves to better connect Northeastern students with a passion for Computer Science. This club is open to CS majors, combined majors, minors, and non-majors. Events include student panels regarding different majors, co-ops, or research, student-lead workshops on various technical skills, and non-academic affinity events to better connect students.

Cybersecurity Club

The Northeastern Cybersecurity Club aims to bring together students who are interested in cybersecurity. The organization hosts interactive labs, tech talks, and panels to increase awareness and passion for computer security. Whether you are looking to get into cybersecurity or are deep into the field, Cybersecurity club is a great way to get together and meet others who share your interest and learn something new.

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FirstByte provides educators with the resources to teach their students engineering and computer science, regardless of budget or technical background. We’ve established an ongoing loaner program for Boston Public School teachers to borrow technology kits from FirstByte, and built a website where teachers can download our curricula and share their own. We’re always looking for more members to work with educators, create new curricula, design and develop our website, and market our brand!

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Game Development Club

We make games and talk about it.

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Girls Who Code

The Khoury College of Computer Sciences at Northeastern University is proud to be running a Girls Who Code club starting this September. It will be taught by undergraduate women studying computer science and it will be held in a Northeastern University computer lab.

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Girls Who Code Northeastern University College Loop

If you are passionate or interested in promoting social change & learning about computing, join Girls Who Code Northeastern University College Loop! Whatever your skill level, come join us and complete exciting monthly challenges and be supported by a community of women who are using their passions for problem-solving, social change, and computing to work towards their unique goals. Whether you participated in a Girls Who Code program in the past or are a woman new to GWC and interested in CS – we’re so excited to welcome you to the Girls Who Code network.

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Husky Competitive Programming Club

HCPC provides a space for students to team up and solve competitive programming problems. We host contests almost every week and aim to be available to students of all experience levels.

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Multi-diverse Unified Leaders in the Technology Industry

Northeastern’s Multi-Diverse Unified Leaders in the Technology Industry (MULTI) aims to promote diversity and inclusion in the technology field, and to uplift and empower students from all backgrounds pursuing a career in the industry.

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Northeastern University Women in CyberSecurity

NU WiCyS is the student chapter of the Women in CyberSecurity national organization.

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Northeastern University Women in Technology

A special interest group that supports women who study or are interested in Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University.


If you like making, breaking, hacking, designing, building, and other creative-type things, you should hang with us.

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Out in STEM

oSTEM, an organization that fosters leadership for LGBTQIA+ communities within STEM fields. Join us for career-building opportunities and community-building activities throughout the year!

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Sandbox is a student-led software development group that builds specialized applications for researchers. Sandbox employs modern project management techniques to create software ranging from scalable web applications for data collection to hardware integrations for biology experiments. Sandbox members become exceptional developers, build a strong professional network, and join an inclusive and tight-knit group of students dedicated to building awesome things.

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Scout aims to foster the design and development community at Northeastern University through real client work, speaker series, and interactive workshops.

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Virtual Reality Organization of Northeastern

We close the accessibility gaps that developers face when working with virtual and augmented reality equipment. We are welcoming to both students and faculty of all backgrounds to experiment and design XR experiences on a weekly basis.

Northeastern student clubs and organizations

The university’s student clubs and organizations, including the Student Government Association, provide a venue to develop your leadership potential. Academic and professional societies connect you to a network of accomplished professionals in your field. You’ll find athletic clubs, performing arts groups, cultural organizations, and everything in between.