student life

Clubs and Organizations

  • Student Life has more than 35 clubs and organizations that connect students to BCC's academic, cultural, and social campus life.
  • Students can join an existing club or start a new club with other students based on similar interests.
  • A club consists of at least 10 students and a faculty advisor. Clubs are entitled to an annual budget of $1000, which is derived from student activity funds.
  • A College-wide organization consists of at least 15 students and a faculty advisor. A College-wide organization focuses on providing some type of service to the campus community. College-wide organizations are entitled to an annual budget of $2,000, which is derived from student activity funds.
  • Benefits

Club membership enhances the students experience with:

  • Opportunities to explore many academic and social programs
  • Making lifelong friendships
  • Numerous leadership opportunities
  • Professional and social networking
  • School spirit

Contact Us

Inter-Organizational Council Office

Location
RBSC, Room 309

Telephone
718.289.5201/5962/ 5194

Join an Honors Society

  • There are four active Honor Societies at BCC. Learn more

Clubs Forms and Policies

Plan a Club Event

Download the complete listing of Clubs and Organizations. Lists of Clubs and Organizations are subject to change.

List Clubs and Organizations:


Alphabetically

African Students Association

To support and introduce African culture to the BCC community.

Eugene Adams
718.289.5952
Butler Hall, room 307

Alpha Beta Gamma Honor Society

An International Honor Society of Business for students at two year technical community or vocational colleges.

Elsworth Brown
718.289.5587
Meister Hall, room G-10

Anime/Manga Gaming Club

A creative group of students whose goal it is to share their appreciation for Japanese art and host annual video game tournaments.

Florence Tanaka-Kuwashima
718.289.3088
Bliss Hall, room 310C

Biology Club

To facilitate the academic progress of biology majors while informing students about biomedical breakthroughs, health issues and the beauty of the study of life.

Charles Maliti
718.289.5229
Meister Hall, room 604

B.O.L.D. BCC Organization for Leadership in Disability

To promote disability awareness, rights, and culture at BCC and beyond.
Note: Inactive spring 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Book Club

To foster and further develop pleasure in reading, and reading-life within a community of like-minded people.
Note: Inactive spring 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Business Club

To provide a network and information for students across the business and information systems' curriculum.

Howard Irby, Jr. & Clarence Perkins
718.289.5585/5582
Meister Hall, room GO8

Cheerleading and Spirit Club

To provide inspiration and enthusiastic support to BCC sports teams.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society

Recognizes students who excel academically, promote academic excellence in others, and to help those who genuinely aspire to the same goal.

Cassandra Bellabe-Rosemburg
718.289.5460
Loew Hall [LO], Room 403

Christian Club

To share the benefits and teachings of the gospel of Christ.

Timothy Sedore
718.289.3488/5736
Colston Hall, room 640

Cobra Car Club

To gather a community of BCC students to discuss automotive technology and to build a 1965 MK III Cobra.

George Patchoros
718.289.3213
Sage Hall, room B6

Creative/Thesis Writers Club

To create and nurture a vibrant community of writers, reflecting the cultural, social, and political diversity of BCC and publish the literary magazine (Thesis).

Melissa Coss Aquino and Jonathan Katz
718.289.5731
Colston Hall, room 600

The Communicator

Bronx Community College student newspaper. To inform, update, educate and inspire the College community.

Andrew Rowan
718.289.5314
Colston Hall, room 612

Criminal Justice Club

A forum of support for students entering the vibrant field of Criminal Justice.

Crystal Rodriquez
718.289.5100/3533
Colston Hall, room 309

Dance Workshop

To learn and perform various dances for the College and local community.

Susan Moss
718.289.5281
Alumni Gym, room 401A

Dominican Cultural Club

To advance knowledge of Dominican culture within the BCC community.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Economics Club

To enhance students understanding of the field of economics through programming and discussion based on current events.

Leon Battista
718.289.5674
Colston Hall, room 331

Future Leaders of S.T.E.M.M.

To recruit and retain students pursuing careers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine.

Nicholas Anuku
718.289.5550
Miester Hall, room 709

Future Teachers' Club

To discuss and plan events focused on teaching and learning.

Diane D'Alessio and Joseph Todaro
718.289.5687/5451
Colston Hall, room 407

Gardening Club

To provide an understanding of self-sufficiency in the urban environment, provide experience in gardening and create a sustainable food system.

Charmaine Aleong and Claudio Mazzatenta
718.289.5048/5534
Loew Hall, room 302

Handball Club

To promote social activity within the BCC campus with a focus on physical fitness and activity.

Michael Belfiore
718.289.5338
Alumni Gym, room 403

History Club

To encourage historical inquiry and discussion.

William deJong-Lambert
718.289.3448
Colston Hall, room 343

International Students' Club

Supports the academic and social interests of International Students fostering academic success.

Martha Charles-Glenn
718.289.5921
Loew Hall, room 214

Math & Computer Science Club

Students will be given opportunities to investigate critical thinking skills, compete, take on leadership roles and improve mathematical & problem solving skills.

Evangelia Antonakos
718.289.5100 Ext. 3410
Carl Polowczyk [CP], Room 308A

Media Technology & Film Society

Students with a passion for the movies can share their love of film and get a chance to participate as paid production assistants and major pictures and television shows filmed on campus. MTFS members also produce their own short films and video for the annual BCC Film and Video Festival and enter them into national and international film festivals.

Jeffery Wisotsky
718.289.5572
Colston Hall, room C02

Medical Laboratory Club

To ensure that people who have a passion for Medical Laboratory Science can obtain the information needed to progress academically and professionally.

Diane Price
718.289.5536
Meister Hall, room 516

Muslim Students Association

To provide information and education about Islamic culture to non-Muslim students and people of other cultures and to develop understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims.

Kamal Ismail
718.289.5315
Meister Hall, room 811

Nursing Club

To educate BCC about health related issues and give back to the community through volunteerism.

Catherine Mbewe
718.289.5363
Carl Polowczyk, room 402

Paralegal Society

Supports the academic development of future paralegal professionals.

Marvin Yaker
718.289.5958
Meister Hall, room 313

Peace and Social Justice Club

To increase peace consciousness in its members and among the campus community.

David Blot
718.289.5688
Colston Hall, room 639

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

To recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development.

Yvonne Erazo
718.289.5903
Colston Hall [CO], Room 528

Political Science Club

To educate BCC students of the importance of politics and to motivate them to be active citizens.

Peter Kolozi
718.289.5665
Colston Hall, room 320

Psychology Club

To provide a forum of support for students interested in the study of psychology.

Lynne Ticke
Colston Hall [CO], Room 336
718.289.5667

Psychology Society

Demystifies the field of psychology, for both majors and non-majors, with engaging and informative co-curricular activities.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

Randi Shane
718.289.5697
Colston Hall, room 314
(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).


Rainbow Alliance Club

Provides resources and extracurricular activities that address the needs of LGBTQ students as well as the greater campus community.

Edwin Roman
718.289.5459
Colston Hall, room 205

Secular Humanist Club

Successfully promote the understanding of the rights and beliefs of secular humanist students.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Society for Artists

Gather as artists to support and help broaden our skills with artistic projects.

Lisa Amowitz
718.289.5344
Bliss Hall, room 307

Society of Plastics Engineers (S.P.E.)

To enhance the study of the plastic industry by increasing awareness among students, faculty and staff of the diverse ways in which the study of plastic is helping improve our lives.

Vicki Flaris
718.289.5553
Meister Hall, room 816

Sociology Club

Examine issues like racism, sexism and ethnic prejudice.

Gerard Weber
718.289.5100 Ext. 3432
Colston Hall [CO], Room 336

Speech, Drama and Debate Team

To provide BCC students with a platform outside of the classroom in which to practice, perform, and gain proficiency in oral communication.

Carmen Meyers
718.289.5756
Colston Hall, room 700

Tau Alpha Pi Honor Society

Promote and encourage scholastic achievement and to recognize high standards of scholarship among students among students in engineering technology programs.

Hamad Khan
718.289.5379
Carl Polowczyk, room 118

Theatre Workshop

Perform and assess theatrical performances and encourage theatrical involvement of the BCC campus community.

John Socas
718.289.5763
Colston Hall, room 731

Urban Unity

Helps BCC students explore ways to develop and promote their various talents.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Veterans Club

To establish a Veteran presence on campus ensuring a smoother transition from military to civilian/student life at BCC.

Betsy Montanez
718.289.5447
Loew Hall [LH], Room 114

Category: Academics

Biology Club

To facilitate the academic progress of biology majors while informing students about biomedical breakthroughs, health issues and the beauty of the study of life.

Charles Maliti
718.289.5229
Meister Hall, room 604

Book Club

To foster and further develop pleasure in reading, and reading-life within a community of like-minded people.
Note: Inactive Spring 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Business Club

To provide a network and information for students across the business and information systems' curriculum.

Howard Irby, Jr. & Clarence Perkins
718.289.5585/5582
Meister Hall, room GO8

Criminal Justice Club

A forum of support for students entering the vibrant field of Criminal Justice.

Crystal Rodriquez
718.289.5100x 3533
Colston Hall, room 309

Economics Club

To enhance students understanding of the field of economics through programming and discussion based on current events.

Leon Battista
718.289.5674
Colston, Hall, room 331

Criminal Justice Club

To provide a forum of support for students entering the vibrant field of Criminal Justice.

Crystal Rodriquez
718.289.5100x 3533
Colston Hall, room 309

Economics Club

To enhance students understanding of the field of economics through programming and discussion based on current events.

Leon Battista
718.289.5674
Colston Hall, room 331

Future Leaders of S.T.E.M.M.

To recruit and retain students pursuing careers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine.

Nicholas Anuku
718.289.5550
Meister Hall, room 709

Future Teachers' Club

To discuss and plan events focused on teaching and learning.

Diane D'Alessio, Joseph Todaro
718.289.5687/5451
Colston Hall, room 407

History Club

To encourage historical inquiry and discussion.

William deJong-Lambert
718.289.3448
Colston Hall, room 343

Math and Computer Science Club

Students are given the opportunities to investigate critical thinking skills, compete, take on leadership roles and improve mathematical and problem solving skills.

Evangelia Antonakos
718.289.5100 Ext. 3410
Carl Polowczyk [CP], Room 308A

Media Technology and Film Society (MTFS)

Students with a passion for the movies can share their love of film and get a chance to participate as paid production assistants and major pictures and television shows filmed on campus. MTFS members also produce their own short films and video for the annual BCC Film and Video Festival and enter them into national and international film festivals.

Jeffery Wisotsky
718.289.5572
Meister Hall, room C02

Medical Laboratory Club

To ensure that people who have a passion for Medical Laboratory Science can obtain the information needed to progress academically and professionally.

Diane Price
718.289.5536
Meister Hall 516

Nursing Club

To educate BCC about health related issues and give back to the community through volunteerism.

Catherine Mbewe
718.289.5363
Carl Polowczyk Hall, room 402

Paralegal Society

Support the academic development of future paralegal professionals.

Marvin Yaker
718.289.5958
Meister Hall, room 313

Political Science Club

To educate BCC students of the importance of politics and to motivate them to be active citizens.

Peter Kolozi
718.289.5665
Colston Hall, room 320

Psychology Club

To provide a forum of support for students interested in the study of psychology.

Lynne Ticke
Colston Hall [CO], Room 336
718.289.5667

Psychology Society

To demystify the field of psychology, for both majors and non-majors, with engaging and informative co-curricular activities.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

Randi Shane
718.289.5697
Colston Hall, room 314
(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Sociology Club

Examine issues like racism, sexism and ethnic prejudice.

Gerard Weber
718.289.5100 Ext. 3432
Colston Hall [CO], Room 336

Category: College-Wide Organizational

B.O.L.D. BCC Organization for Leadership in Disability

To promote disability awareness, rights, and culture at BCC and beyond.
Note: Inactive Spring 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

The Communicator

The Bronx Community College student newspaper. To inform, update, educate and inspire the College community.

Andrew Rowan
718.289.5314
Colston Hall, room 612

Peace & Social Justice Club

To increase peace consciousness in its members and among the campus community.

David Blot
718.289.5688
Colston Hall, room 639

Speech, Drama & Debate Team

To provide BCC students with a platform outside of the classroom in which to practice, perform, and gain proficiency in oral communication.

Carmen Meyers
718.289.5756
Colston Hall, room 700

Urban Unity

To help BCC students explore ways to develop and promote their various talents.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Category: Cultural/International

African Students' Association

To support and introduce African culture to the BCC community.

Eugene Adams
718.289.5952
Butler Hall, room 307

Dominican Cultural Club

To advance knowledge of Dominican culture within the BCC community.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

International Students' Club

To support the academic and social interests of International Students fostering academic success.

Martha Charles-Glenn
718.289.5921
Loew Hall, room 214

Category: Honor Society

Alpha Beta Gamma Honor Society

An International Honor Society of Business for students at two year technical community or vocational colleges.

Elsworth Brown
718.289.5587
Meister Hall, room G-10

Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society

Reconizes students who excel academically, promote academic excellence in others, and to help those who genuinely aspire to the same goal.

Cassandra Bellabe-Rosemburg
718.289.5460
Loew Hall [LO], Room 403

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

To recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development.

Yvonne Erazo
718.289.5903
Colston Hall [CO], Room 528

Tau Alpha Pi Honor Society

To promote and encourage scholastic achievement and to recognize high standards of scholarship among students among students in engineering technology programs.

Hamad Khan
718.289.5379
Carl Polowczyk Hall, room 118

Category: Religious

Christian Club

To share the benefits and teachings of the gospel of Christ.

Timothy Sedore
718.289.3488/5736
Colston Hall, room 640

Muslim Students Association

To provide information and education about Islamic culture to non-Muslim students and people of other cultures and to develop understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims.

Kamal Ismail
718.289.5315
Meister Hall, room 811

Category: Special Interest

Book Club

To foster and further develop pleasure in reading, and reading-life within a community of like-minded people.
Note: Inactive spring 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Cobra Car Club

To gather a community of BCC students to discuss automotive technology and to build a 1965 MK III Cobra.

George Patchoros
718.289.3213
Sage Hall, room B6

Creative/Thesis Writers Club

To create and nurture a vibrant community of writers, reflecting the cultural, social, and political diversity of BCC and publish the literary magazine (Thesis).

Melissa Coss Aquino and Jonathan Katz
718.289.5731
Colston Hall, room 600

Gardening Club

To provide an understanding of self-sufficiency in the urban environment, provide experience in gardening and create a sustainable food system.

Charmaine Aleong, Claudio Mazzatenta
718.289.5048/5534
Loew Hall, room 302


Rainbow Alliance Club

Provides resources and extracurricular activities that address the needs of LGBTQ students as well as the greater campus community.

Edwin Roman
718.289.5459
Colston Hall, room 205
rainbow@bcc.cuny.edu

Secular Humanist Club

To successfully promote the understanding of the rights and beliefs of secular humanist students.
Note: Inactive fall 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Society for Artists

To gather as artists to support and help broaden our skills with artistic projects.

Lisa Amowitz
718.289.5344
Bliss Hall, room 307

Society of Plastics Engineers (S.P.E.)

To enhance the study of the plastic industry by increasing awareness among students, faculty and staff of the diverse ways in which the study of plastic is helping improve our lives.

Vicki Flaris
718.289.5553
Meister Hall, room 816

Veterans Club

To establish a Veteran presence on campus ensuring a smoother transition from military to civilian/student life at BCC.

Betsy Montanez
718.289.5447
Loew Hall [LH], Room 114

Category: Sports/Recreation

Cheerleading & Spirit Club

To provide inspiration and enthusiastic support to BCC sports teams.
*Inactive fall 2013

(Please contact 718.289.5962 if you're interested in reactivating this club).

Dance Workshop

To learn and perform various dances for the College and local community.

Susan Moss
718.289.5281
AG 401A

Handball Club

To promote social activity within the BCC campus with a focus on physical fitness and activity.

Michael Belfiore
718.289.5338
AG 403

Theatre Workshop

To perform and assess theatrical performances and encourage theatrical involvement of the BCC campus community.

John Socas
718.289.5763
CO 731

 

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