1856 Orrington is an upperclassman community located within the sorority quad on the south side of campus. With a building of under 20 residents, the small community allows students to get to know one another more personally and as a family.
3D4E is a student organization dedicated to bringing the experience of imagining, designing, and creating with 3D Printing and Computer Aided Design to all students of any skill level.
64 Squares Chess Club is dedicated to promoting chess in the Northwestern community by providing a comfortable chess-playing environment. Winter 2017 Meetings: 7PM-12AM on Sundays and Tuesdays in Norris dining area. Feel free to come and go as you please
A&O Productions, the largest student group on campus, has provided Northwestern University undergraduates with top-notch large-scale entertainment programming since its inception in 1969.
Various academic departments at Northwestern recognize student organizations. See the specific department websites for details.
Academy of Music and Art for Special Education (AMASE) Northwestern Chapter teaches individuals with disabilities to engage with music and arts on Saturday mornings on campus.
Active Minds works to change the conversation about mental health. Through campus-wide events, we aim to remove the stigma that surrounds mental illness, and create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health issues.
ADCA introduces advanced degree students at Northwestern to alternative careers outside academia or their respective disciplines. We also provide tools and resources to help our members realize their professional career goals in consulting and beyond.