Play, Connect, Thrive

Completing a degree doesn’t just mean academics and mastering your major in our learning labs. It also means discovering new things about yourself, making friends and developing a broader perspective. Participation in our student clubs or joining an intramural sport is a perfect way to meet new people and introduce yourself to new experiences and opportunities that will enhance your life and look great on your résumé.

  • Form a Club

    Interested in forming a student club? Have an idea for student activities? Then stop by our Student Activities office, located in the Student Lounge of the East Greenwich building or email our Director of Student Activities, Melissa Hague, at mhague@neit.edu.

  • Technology Clubs

    If you love to talk shop, you’ll love our technology clubs where you can connect with students who share your passions and interests. Participation in technology clubs is a great place to start growing your professional network and enhancing your resume.

    Criminal Justice Student Club
    Esports Club
    Game Developers’ Network
    Interior Design Student Alliance
    Quadricycle Club
    Respiratory Care Club
    Society for Advancement of Management
    Student Nurses’ Association
    Student Occupational Therapy Association
    Student Physical Therapist Assistant Club
    Surgical Technology Club
    Student Exchange Club
    Video Club
    Tech Radio
    Tech Records
    Veterinary Technology Club

  • Intramural and Recreational Sports

    Intramurals and recreational sports offer a great way for you to stay fit and active, enjoy friendly competition and make new friends. Our leagues and tournaments for soccer, flag football, basketball and golf are coordinated through the Student Activities Office.

  • Just for Fun

    From open mic to golf tournaments, fantasy football leagues to cookouts, student life at NEIT has something for everyone.

    Join in and be part of NEIT’s Orientation Leader Development, Move-In Weekend Activities, Welcome Week, Techtober Fest, Halloween Week, Spring Fest Week, and many weekday and weekend activities and traditions.

    Students are encouraged not only to participate in the activities, but to also volunteer at the university’s major events. Step up and volunteer at Commencement, Open House, Move-In Days, Career Days and more. These are great opportunities for you to help develop your leadership skills!

  • Honor Societies

    Phi Theta Kappa – International Honor Society (Associate Level)
    Alpha Chi Honor Society (Bachelor’s and Master’s Level)