Activities & Clubs

Get involved, share your passion

North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics offers countless ways to explore your passion, organize and participate in activities, give back to the community, or just have fun.

Across our Durham and Morganton campuses, students have established nearly 150 student clubs and organizations, which range from service and campus life organizations (Habitat for Humanity, Key Club, Student Activities Board), to cultural clubs (African Cultures Club, Asian Cultures Club, Hispanic Latinx Cultures Club), dance groups (Bhangra, KWAVE, Swing Dance), and many others (Art Club, Student Unicorn Club, Speech & Debate, Spikeball, Whistle Choir…)

Don’t see your particular interest? Our clubs are student led, so start your own!

NCSSM-Durham Rocketry Club on launch day for their supersonic rocket project.

The arts at NCSSM

Learn more about the arts at NCSSM on the NCSSM Fine Arts website. Find information on fine arts courses, musical ensembles, visual arts at NCSSM, as well as a fine arts events calendar. 


Jainny Estrada

Assistant Director of Student Services (Morganton)


Kori Willoughby

Senior Community Coordinator and Student Activities Coordinator

(919) 416-2741