Life at MEAS

Our undergraduates enjoy unique opportunities to network and make friends in the department on top of the benefits of belonging to the Wolfpack.

Geology Club Members

Campus Life

At NC State, you’ll develop talents, passions and lifelong bonds as part of our Wolfpack community. We have more than 600 clubs and student organizations on campus — including some exclusive to MEAS students — as well as a host of opportunities for sports, service, careers, the arts and more. Learn more about campus life at NC State.

Clubs and Organizations

AMS Student Chapter
The American Meteorological Society advances the atmospheric and related sciences, technologies, applications and services for the benefit for society. NC State’s student chapter offers valuable access to the century-old organization.

Geology Club
The mission of the Geology Club at NC State is to promote an increasing knowledge of the geological sciences, to benefit students in their careers and endeavors in geology, and to educate and support the community.

MEAS Graduate Student Association
The MEAS Graduate Student Association provides resources for graduate students in the MEAS department, as well as opportunities to network with peers and make new friends.

NC State Weather
NC State Weather is open to all the university’s meteorology majors — whether or not they are interested in broadcasting — and provides an excellent opportunity to enhance broadcasting, forecasting and networking skills in the field.

Research, Forecasting and Discussion Club
This club provides an opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students in meteorology to practice analyses and forecasting techniques learned in class. Members are also able to verify their forecasts in real time through field observation.

Sounding Club
This club helps students obtain valuable hands-on experience by working with the specialized equipment of their field, as well as launching weather balloons to collect data for use in multiple projects.