Named in honor of Dr. Frank Dawson Adams, the Adams Club is a society of graduate students whose aim is to "to pique curiosity, foster confidence and encourage scientific growth of its members." Every grad student within the department is an automatic member of the Adams Club. A nominal yearly membership fee is charged to participate in social events at a reduced (or no) cost.
The Monteregian Society is the society of undergraduate students within EPS and is responsible for coordinating many departmental academic and social activities, usually in conjunction with its graduate counterpart, the Adams Club. Every undergrad student within the department is an automatic member of the Monteregian Society.
Society of Economic Geologists
The McGill student chapter of the Society of Economic Geologists promotes the understanding of mineral deposits and prepare students for careers in economic geology.
Earth System Sciences Student Group
Earth System Science majors have a lounge and a full calendar of social activities. Students are also part of the student groups the of three majors: the McGill Undergraduate Meteorology Students Association (MUMSA), the EPS Monteregian Society, and the McGill Undergraduate Geography Society (MUGS).