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Clubs & Organizations

We know you love STEM, but we know you’ve got other interests. That’s why we offer more than 90 clubs and organizations covering everything from robotics to rock climbing.

We’ve Got a Club for That

Joining a club is an excellent way to get to know other students and feel more at home on campus. It's an opportunity to expand on a personal interest. And it can often be a resume booster - which is a nice bonus.

Teams, Clubs, Organizations, Greek Life

We have more than 90 clubs and organizations. No matter your interest, you'll find a group to join. Exercise your writing abilities with our award-winning student newspaper. Join one of our engineering competition teams. Play in the band. Be a DJ on the campus radio station. Challenge someone in Debate Club. Expand your horizons in Engineers Without Borders.

The possibilities are practically endless.

We also have 11 associated Greek organizations, many of which have been honored regionally and nationally as outstanding chapters.

Current students can visit https://my.rose-hulman.edu and view more information on student clubs and organizations listed under the “Life at Rose” tab.

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Academic Clubs

Our academic clubs bring you together with students with the same scholarly interests. Some of our academic clubs include Actuarial Club, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Rose Innovative Student Entrepreneurs, and Blue Key honor society, among others.
Three members of the Pi  Kappa Alpha fraternity.

Greek Organizations

If Greek life is for you, we have a lot of options. Our Greek organizations include Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Omega, Tri-Delta, Sigma Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Phi, FIJI, Theta Xi, Triangle, the Panhellenic Council, and the Interfraternity Council.
Two male students working on  the Rose-Hulman Formula SAE race car inside  the Branam Innovation Center.

Multidisciplinary Clubs

Not surprisingly, we have many opportunities to put your classroom knowledge to work through multidisciplinary clubs, such as MakerLab, and competition teams from Formula SAE to concrete canoe. 
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Performing Arts

Think you have to give up your passion for performing arts at Rose-Hulman? Think again! Whether you're into theatre, music or dance, chances are we've got a role for you in our performing arts offerings. They include Pep Band, Improv Club, Dance Team, Drama Club, Swing Dance Club, and more.
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Professional Organizations

Student chapters of professional organizations such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, National Sociey of Black Engineers, the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, and others, provide opportunities for networking and professional development.
A male student member of the  Rose-Hulman juggling club performs at Cook  Stadium.

Recreation & Hobby Clubs

Need a break from studying? Our recreation clubs provide a fun outlet for nearly any interest. Clubs include Astronomy, Climbing, Creative Writing, Cycling, Role Playing, Robotics, Paint Ball, Magic: The Gathering Club, and much more.
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Religious Clubs

Religiously oriented clubs on campus include the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and the Jewish Culture Club. 
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Service Clubs

Our community outreach clubs include Engineers without Borders, Best Buddies Club, Habitat for Humanity and Circle K Club.
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Sports Clubs

Lots of our clubs get you moving. They include Rose Iron, Ultimate Frisbee Club, Volleyball Club, Lacrosse Club, and others.
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Residence Hall Association

RHA plans and funds campus events and service projects to enhance the lives of students living on campus.
A male and female student  working on an outdoor project.

Student Activities Board

The Student Activities Board is run by students, for students, and sponsors the best concerts, comedians, magicians, and events on campus. 
A male and female student  working on an outdoor project.

Student Government Association

SGA serves as the voice of the students to the administration, and also provides funding for clubs and other interested parties who have ideas for events at Rose!
Students building bicycles at the annual Bikes for Tykes event

Be a Do-Gooder

Every day, engineers, scientists and mathematicians are improving quality of life for people around the world. But you can make a difference right here, right now, with a variety of community service opportunities both on campus and in the local community.