Come Get Involved!
Over 80 Berklee student clubs enrich the student experience, create a diverse community, encourage involvement, and provide opportunities for students to build valuable skills. Open to all Berklee students, these clubs organize programs, events, and meetings across campus throughout the academic year. Clubs listed here are officially recognized through the Student Activities Center.
Here's a sampling of the clubs created by and available to Berklee students. Student interests are always changing, and so is our list of clubs. To join a club, simply visit its page by clicking on the club's name and send an email to the club email address listed for the club.
To have a network of Australian's and New Zealander's to not only celebrate special country holidays but to help each other network for life after Berklee.
Berklee's first and only official student improv comedy troupe! We do performances, practices, and special appearances around campus. Come connect with us!
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Thursdays, Room 118, 150 Mass Ave, 9.00-11.00 pm.
Join this Group: firstname.lastname@example.org
To further the knowledge of students or peoples who are interested in the field of Acoustics and Electronics, more specifically to follow the goings-on and to collaborate with the Acoustical Society of America (Greater Boston Chapter and beyond) on a regular basis (once a month at least) and to network between other clubs such as the ASA Northeastern Chapter, the Audio Engineering Society of Berklee, or any other organization that shares the same purpose.
Join this Group: ASAB@berklee.edu
AMS differs from all other faith-based groups on campus in that it is a club that encourages expression of faith through art with the Bible used as an inspiration. By constructing an atmosphere where students can peacefully express their thoughts, feelings, and perspectives in a creative and artistic manner, student peers will be able to view another artist’s position on faith through the art they create. AMS is inviting to all faiths and atheistic views. Reality uses the Bible and artistic expression to inspire students to have strong faith, use their talents, and excel in their academics through discussion.
The purpose of the Anime Club at Berklee College of Music is to spread the word about Japanese animated shows and the sub-culture that surrounds it, including the unique type of music. This will allow musicians to explore the type of music that is popular among Japanese teenagers and older fans.
Fall 2014 Meeting Time/Location: Saturdays in Room 183 of 150 Mass Ave from 3.00-4.00 pm.
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The Arab Student Association is a place for Arab students at Berklee to come together.
Join this Group: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Asian Music Production (AMP) is a production team for students with interests in producing Asian pop music, and providing chances for students to perform. The club will give members a chance of making and producing Asian style music and pop music targeting the Asian market, and set up connections with Asian record labels, communicating with people who works in music industry. The club will also produce soundtracks for Asian short movie clips, soundtracks for trailers, making promotion videos for the club and school.
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To teach students about astronomy, and to inspire them to be open-minded and attain a deeper understanding of life, music, and philosophy.
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The purpose of Atypicals' Alliance is to provide social interaction, support and networking among Berklee students over the age of 30 (however, all ages are welcome!)
Join this Group: Atyps@berklee.edu
Student Chapter of the Audio Engineering Society, the world's leading organization in Audio Engineering. Organizing events, workshop and activities related to the field of audio engineering. Networking with other student chapters and participating to the AES conventions and recording competition.
Club last met on Thursday, 9/25/14 from 7.00-9.00 pm in the William Davis Room.
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