Student Clubs

You can search for clubs and organizations by genres, including STEM, on OwlNest, Rice's student engagement platform. Through OwlNest, you can message an organization, request membership, learn about upcoming club events and more. Look for Natural Sciences-related clubs like:

  • ComSciClub: a club that fosters students' science communication skills
  • Health Sciences at Rice (HEALAR): the major-specific club for Health Sciences
  • Out in STEM: an undergraduate organization focusing on the professional and interpersonal development of LGBTQ students in STEM
  • Owlchemy: the Rice undergraduate chemistry organization on campus
  • Rice Catalyst: Rice's undergraduate science journal and media organization
  • Rice Environmental Society: the umbrella organization for environmental and sustainability organizations on campus
  • Rice Neuroscience Society: a club that serves as the voice of the neuroscience major 
  • Rice Pre-Medical Society: an undergraduate student-based organization that aims to provide resources, advice and opportunities to all Rice students interested in the health professions
  • Rice Science Policy Network: a club that aims to engage the Rice community in issues pertaining to science policy
  • Rice Undergraduate Geoscience Society: an organization designed to enrich the experience of undergraduates studying or interested in the Earth, environmental and planetary sciences
  • Rice University Biosciences Society: a club that brings together members of the Rice community with a shared interest in the biological sciences
  • Rice University Student Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics: a network for women and other underrepresented groups in mathematics and other related disciplines
  • Students at Rice Committed to Optimizing Medical, Exercise and Rehabilitation Education (SARCOMERE): Rice's club for Kinesiology- Sports Medicine majors


You can also join outreach clubs affiliated with your major or another area of science that you are excited about sharing with the community. Student-led science outreach organizations include: