Clubs and Organizations

Student clubs and organizations are a vital part of the Brandeis graduate experience. They provide the opportunity to pursue your distinct academic and social interests; meet and network with like-minded classmates; hone your leadership skills; engage in community and university service; and, best of all, take a well-deserved break from your studies.

A list of current clubs and organizations follows. You may also petition to form your own club.

General Clubs and Organizations

Club/Organization Mission Contact

Asian Baptist Student Koinonia

Christian fellowship with an Asian focus.

Ziqi Zheng
Black Graduate Student Association Promotes the academic, social and professional development of black graduate students. Adrianna Shy
Brandeis Bangladesh Students Association Raises awareness of and supports Bangladesh and Bangladeshi students. Sultan Mohammed Zakaria Mazumder
Brandeis Graduate Christian Fellowship

Campus ministry that establishes and advances witnessing communities.

Julie Klaric
Brandeis Queer Graduate Student Union Builds community among Brandeis' LGBTQ+ graduate student population. Margo Worman
Brandeis University Africa Forum Raises awareness of the challenges facing modern Africa. Aissatou Diallo
Career Development for the Sciences Exposes graduate students in science to career options and trajectories.

CDS E-Mail

Fulbright Brandeis University Chapter Promotes events and other activities of Fulbright grantees at Brandeis.

Francis Hwang

Heller PhD Student Association
Promotes the academic, social and professional development of Heller doctoral students.

Yaminette Diaz-Linhart

Neurohack Builds awareness among graduate students for neurotechnology.

Shen Wang

Science Policy Initiative Provides on-campus opportunities for education in science policy through seminars and activities.

Julie Klaric

Sin Fronteras
Promotes the academic, social and professional development of Brandeis' Latinx community.

Joanna Banegas

Soccer 4 Sciences
Foster a sense of community, athleticism, and friendly competition within the different science departments. While the focus is on the sciences, we encourage all to join. 

Mohamed Adel

Program-Specific Clubs and Organizations

Heller School for Social Policy and Management

International Business School