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MIT students run an incredible variety of student groups - more than 450 in total - and new ones spring up every year. If you don't find an existing club or organization to match your interests, you're welcome to start your own. (Find information on starting a new club from the Association of Student Activities here.)


Among MIT's many groups, you'll certainly find the groups you'd expect to see: a student newspaper, a debate team, a radio station, Model UN, student government, College Democrats, College Republicans… you get the point. But MIT also offers some fairly unique clubs: the Underwater Hockey Group, the Origami Club (OrigaMIT), and the famous Laboratory for Chocolate Science. Some other groups include the Science Fiction Society - home to the largest open-stacks library of science fiction books in the world - and the Tech Model Railroad Club, which defined "hacker" culture and wrote the world's first video game.


Some of the oldest and most famous student groups at MIT include:

  • The Tech, MIT's student newspaper, 1881

Below is a mostly complete list of MIT student groups. Detailed information on every group, though, will take a bit of time to compile - like we said, there are more than 450 groups!

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