Clubs and activities provide students from all concentrations an opportunity to do everything from build robotic soccer bots to imagine and launch start-ups.
Women in Computer Science - dedicated to building a community of technical women at Harvard and beyond. See also Harvard SWE.
Harvard Computer Society - dedicated to promoting interest in computing and information technologies among members of the Harvard community.
Harvard Society of Black Scientists and Engineers (HSBSE) Harvard SEAS Chapter of NSBE providing support for black Harvard students pursuing degrees in the life sciences, engineering, the applied sciences, and other STEM fields.
Harvard Undergraduate Latinxs in Finance & Technology (LiFT) - Driven to support Latinx students interested in business, technology, and everything in between, through career preparation, mentorship, and partnerships with Fortune 500 companies.
Harvard Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) - seeks to empower Latinx students in STEM through community building and pre-professional development events.
Harvard SWE - a group of engineering and affiliated women (and non-women) engineers, who are passionate about empowering women engineers, and helping them prepare for their careers.
Harvard AI Safety Team - a group conducting research and running introductory programming aimed at preventing catastrophic accidents from advanced AI systems.
Harvard Game Development - dedicated to the learning and practice of video game development.
Harvard Developers 4 development - dedicated to applying our technical skills in the social impact space.
The Crimson: Technology Board - welcome to programmers with all levels of experience, Crimson Tech runs and manages a web app for The Crimson, which receives over a million pageviews per month, as well as various other technical needs of The Crimson.
Harvard Undergraduate Cybersecurity Club - learn the fundamentals of security on the worldwide web
Harvard Quantum Computing Club Student-run organization dedicated to the education/engagement in Quantum Information Science and Software.
Harvard Computing Contest Club The Harvard Computing Contest Club (formerly known as the Harvard ACM Team) sends at least two teams of 3 undergraduates every year to compete in an preliminary computing contest. The team that does best, if it does well enough, goes on to complete in the regional contest, and if that team does well enough there, it goes on to the ICPC World Finals
Harvard College Ventures - the largest undergraduate entrepreneurship and venture capital student organization on campus.
Harvard Undergraduate Robotics Club - seeks to provide Harvard undergraduates with not only the opportunity to participate in exciting and educational robotics projects, but also to build a warm and accomplished community of engineers together.
Harvard College Aeronautics (HCAERO) - HCAERO is a team of undergradutes at Harvard College who build small Unmanned Aerial Systems for the AUVSI-SUAS competition.
Harvard Open Data Project (HODP): A a student-faculty group that aims to increase transparency and solve problems on campus using public Harvard data. HODP has used data science and data visualization techniques to analyze data on campus safety, faculty gender disparity, student government election turnout, and trends in concentration popularity.