Student Clubs

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American Meteorological Society

The student chapter of the AMS fosters and develops interest in the atmospheric sciences by having informational speakers, engaging in discussions, networking, and applying knowledge to the greater Miami community through outreach.

Aquarium Club

The club maintains the coral culture tanks in the MSC laboratory, and works with coral and invertebrate culture projects in the field, and on the Rosenstiel campus.

Marine Mammal Rescue Team

This student organized network works with the National Marine Fisheries Service to respond to marine mammal strandings in South Florida. The club organizes training for members in photo identification, anatomy, physiology, ecology and pathology.

Peer Counselors

The Peer Counselors of the Rosenstiel Undergraduate Program are made up of some of the most involved and talented Rosenstiel students. Incoming students are paired with a Peer Counselor who will help them make the transition into college as smooth and enjoyable as possible, both academically and socially. Additionally, the Peer Counselors help organize the various orientation events that occur in the beginning of each school year.

Propeller Club

The student port of the Propeller Club is sponsored by the cruise line, shipping and business interests at the port of Miami. Students network with industry personnel and address projects and concerns of the local shipping community.


RhoRhoRho is the marine and atmospheric honor society dedicated to scholarship, awareness and preservation of the ocean. Anyone interested in the ocean is welcome to join as a general member. Further advancement within the club can be made by fulfilling GPA requirements.


The scuba club is open to students across the campus and is one of the most active student organizations. Members must be certified divers before joining. The club meets weekly for speakers and trips.