The list below consists of 109 Undergraduate Clubs, therefore, for your convenience it is suggested to use the (command+F/ctrl+F) feature on your device to search for specific keywords. For example, if you are interested in a dance club, search the word "dance." You may also access a club's website by clicking on the club's name. Please be aware that some of the clubs' CampusGroups page may be a duplicate of the website when clicking their name.

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Access Futures Club

The purpose of our club is to advocate and spread awareness of people with disabilities by presenting fun, informative, and interactive events on campus (and virtually). We also provide a safe space for people to discuss disabilities or other topics without fear of judgement.

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Adrian Watson | Janessa Graham | Michelle Naspud | Luis Coratazar


ACM Association for Computing Machinery

The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) is the international society for computing professionals. Our ACM Student Chapter at CCNY aims to foster a community of Computer Science students and tech enthusiasts who collaborate in developing the skills they need in the industry, expanding their network, participating in activities related to new technologies, and learning how to further their professional careers. We are very proudly supported by the CCNY Computer Science Department, the Computer Science Chairman, Professor Akira Kawaguchi, and by our wonderful Faculty Advisor, Professor Sam Fenster.

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Greg Kimatov | Ashraq Khan | Jed Rendo Magracia | Shahid Emdad

African Student Union

A club where Africans, those of African descent and all others, can come together to celebrate and better understand the cultures of Africa.

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Halima Marega | Thatcher Ansong | Chidinma Anunagba | Chidera Obi-Eyisi

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. - Lambda Chapter

The purpose of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life and to be of service to all mankind.

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Kiami Daye | Imani Nwokeji | Camile Delva | Sheria Stallings

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.

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Hans Owuor | Daniel Annan | Temitope Adegbenro | Cameron Philips

American Institute of Architecture Students

The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is an independent, nonprofit, student-run organization dedicated to advancing leadership, design, and service among architecture students.

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Xiao Lin Wang | Danyel Hueyopan | Haley Elise Sigh | Krystal Hernandez

American Medical Student Association

AMSA helps unite undergraduate students interested in the medical field and hosts a variety of events and workshops that help improve networking and experience.

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Viren Sehgal | Alex Tran | Amina Nasari | Alisha Daroch

American Medical Women's Association of the City College of New York UNDERGRADUATE

The American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) is a national organization made of female physicians and medical students. The organization focuses on the advancement of women in medicine despite the many hardships and challenges women face on their road to a career in medicine. As an undergraduate chapter of AMWA at the City College of New York, we hope to keep AMWA’s national goals of health equity and excellence alive, along with providing a space for pre-med students on CCNY’s campus to come together and support each other through their medical journeys. We will also work with the graduate chapter of AMWA through the medical students in the CUNY School of Medicine. As a club we hope to have events and meetings that promote the advancement of the females on our campus. This will be done through networking, social justice and volunteering events like fundraising for Saving Mothers, a non-profit that provides birthing kits and medical care to mothers and midwives in Guatemala, Kenya, Uganda and the Dominican Republic. We hope that you join or support us in the fall of 2021!

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Rachelle Monteau | Udeme Udom | Lillian J. Lee | Oluwafisola Aruleba


American Society of Civil Engineers

Your civil engineering career can take you anywhere. Membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) offers you access to more resources and opportunities in the civil engineering profession than any other association. These are the tools you’ll use to develop your technical specialty, build your knowledge base and enhance your leadership skills. Along the way you’ll also develop an invaluable network and make lasting friendships with colleagues throughout the country and around the world. ASCE helps you discover, explore, and capitalize on endless opportunities to grow as a professional and a person. ASCE is where civil engineers come together to shape the future of our profession.

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Samantha Castro | Jose Wu | Izuchukwu Emmanuel Egonu| Andrea Rivera

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

The new executive board for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers student chapter at The City College of New York is excited to kick off the 2021-2022 academic year! This year we will be focusing on embracing our parent organization’s motto, “Setting the Standard,” by implementing new extra-curricular technical and non-technical education workshops alongside promoting intra-collegiate student collaboration. By doing so, we will be setting our students up for success at future engineering competitions and opening doors for potential job and networking opportunities.

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Jacob Livianu | Nikolas Arsenlis | Ethan Angress | Suporna Saha

Beaver Nation Network Sports Marketing Club

The mission of The Beaver Nation Network (BNN) Sports Marketing Club is to significantly improve the visibility of athletics on our campus as well as increase school spirit and student engagement. Membership Benefits Marketing Club Objectives: 1) Promote CCNY Athletic Sporting Events throughout the campus (and the world) while engaging students and enhancing the overall student body experience. 2) The opportunity to bring people on campus from the marketing, advertising, and communications professional community to mentor and network with our student group. 3) Allow students to gain experience in audio/visual skills from industry professionals and produce sporting videos. 4) Allow students to learn and operate video cameras and editing equipment; for live events and post-event footage. 5) Allow students to gain experience in front of the camera as a game commentator and play-by-play sports broadcaster. 6) Allow students to gain experience as a Producer and/or as a Director of our live sporting events. 7) Create a Video/Television Network responsible for producing live game presentations, highlight videos, and promotional videos. 8) Allow students to gain experience in creating marketing flyers and posters. 9) Allow students to gain experience in filming sporting events. Goals BNN aims to provide experiences to our club members in a wide variety of positions in front of and behind the camera, including, but not limited to, audio/visual, video editing, videography, photography, social media, scriptwriting, sports broadcasting, color commentating, and the creation of a variety of different promotional marketing materials. For the 2020-2021 academic year, we invited Sabrina Ionescu, Rich Kleiman, and CC Sabathia to teach our students on topics mentioned above and provided club members with mentorship and networking opportunities. We are dedicated to create an outstanding experience for our members and entertain Beaver Nation throughout the months to come.

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Hassan Fayyaz | Eamon Burke | Sharmin Nahar | MeiJun Lei

Be The Match

Be The Match is a non-profit organization. Their goal is to help patients who have blood cancers and life threatening diseases. BTM has the world's largest marrow donor registry. Only 4% of the swabs in their banks come from African Americans. Patients are more likely to match with someone of their same ethnicity, which is why it is crucial to grow and diversify the registry. You can help by educating your community on the need for more donors and inspiring them to join the registry. Help us to fundraise for patients who are financially burdened, signup and receive a swab kit, join the registry under our Team.

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Nada Abdelkarim | Serina Abdul Satter | Quazi Hossain| Israt Nitu

Believers' LoveWorld - PAUSE

Here at Believer's LoveWorld, our vision is to take the divine presence of God to the people of the world and to demonstrate the character of the Holy Spirit. Our mission is to raise generations of men and women who will come into their inheritance to fulfill God's dream. Our purpose is to show that we are a disciple of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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Stephen Asiedu | Oluwamuyiwa Fadipe | Temitope Coker | Angela Guzman

Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society

The main purpose of the Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) Honor Society is to give students who are majoring in Biology, along with other science majors, opportunities to advance themselves in both knowledge and future career paths. The TriBeta chapter on the City College of New York campus allows STEM majors to have access to mentors and potentials for research in their field of interest. One of the foundations of TriBeta is for its members to share their knowledge with as many people as possible. Therefore, TriBeta partners with the BIOS Journal of Biology to encourage their members to both engage in and publish research. You can learn more about the TriBeta Honor Society on their website (https://www.tribeta.org/).

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Moamer Sherhan | Victoria Gomes | Britany Morocho | Emely Hernandez

Biology Club

The Biology Club's mission is to provide access to information and opportunities to students both on and off campus. Increase professional networks and collaborations. Learn how to market yourself through professional development events.

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Gurjot Kaur | Adam Mouldi | Raghd Ahmed | Maryam Tuba

Biomedical Asian Health Coalition

BAHC is part of the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA). APAMSA is national organization devoted to bringing together Asians and others interested in the health issues that affect Asians in order to have a strong collective public and political voice. BAHC, an undergraduate club at CCNY, has brought this mission home to the Sophie Davis community since its founding in 1995. BAHC has been bringing both students and faculty together for years through events such as Sports Nite, International Night, Game Night and SING! Over the years, BAHC has become to be known as a club dedicated to social events. Now, we plan to continue with APAMSA’s mission by giving back to the community by working with charities through fundraisers and volunteering while continuing to bring the Sophie Davis community together.

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Debra Chan | Samhitha Mada | Jenny Chung | Calista Kee

Biomedical Engineering Society

Our mission is to create both a social and academic environment for any student who is interested in combining engineering principles with modern-day medicine. We hold several social and educational events to unify students with these interests and offer them several opportunities to learn about the broad field that is biomedical engineering.

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Stefan Thomas | Marysol Chu | Heejin Cho| Daniel Khalil

Biotechnology Club

The purpose of this club is to introduce students to the world of Biotechnology. Biotechnology is the use of biological processes for pharmaceutical, medicinal, and other industrial processes. This club’s purpose is to introduce different career paths in Biotechnology for all majors and also learn about different innovations in biotechnology.

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Tabassum Sami | Christina Ramsarran | Joanna Thygaraj | Ishah Yusaf

CCNY Amateur Radio Society

The City College Amateur Radio Society strives to give the CCNY community a place to discover the hobby that Amateur Radio has to offer, as well as its ties to STEM fields of today.

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Benjamin Trinh | Tanvir Youhana | Mohammad Arif | Saurav Sarker

CCNY Arts and Crafts

The purpose of this club is to promote an artistic social environment for students to express their abilities, expand their knowledge and be part of the art community.

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Amy Ho | Nathaly Castillo | Aakanksha Maharjan| Miranda Taveras

CCNY Circle K

CCNY Circle K is a club that promotes community service, fellowship and leadership. The organization is associated with Kiwanis International, which is a global organization of volunteers. This is a great opportunity to not only be involved with such a great organization but also to grow as an individual. In addition, it often works with other Circle K International clubs in New York State. Each year, there are three opportunities to to attend conferences with the rest of the New York District: District Large Scale Service Project, New York Speaking, and District Convention. CCNY Circle K hopes to provide numerous volunteer service events for CCNY students. Unlike other service organizations, which often focus on one particular cause, Circle K is willing to volunteer for any and every cause! If a member is interested in volunteering for a certain cause, they can contact the club which will do whatever it can to encourage club volunteering at any worthy cause.

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Yussef Ibarra | Abdullah Chowdhury | Kelly Dong | Jaqueline Esquivel

CCNY Cybersecurity Club

The Undergraduate Cybersecurity Club at CCNY is composed of students interested in expanding their knowledge about the technical realm of security. Club members will engage collaboratively and independently to help hone their personal and professional development through a practical, beyond-the-classroom experience. In upcoming semesters, students will enhance their technical skills and understanding of ethics in cybersecurity while participating in case study competitions, professional, and career events.

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Michael Salamon | Sabrina Reyes | Berenice Garcia | Deepankar Chakraborty

CCNY Dream Team

The CCNY Dream Team is a student-led club made up of undocumented students and allies. We are a student club dedicated in cultivating a safe space for immigrant groups at City College of New York, ensuring students feel supported and welcomed. We aim to assist students navigating through college and respond to any needs that we may encounter as a group. We also strive to expand education and knowledge to those who are interested in supporting immigrant groups as allies. Our club goes beyond the Latinx immigrant narrative, we welcome all individuals from different backgrounds and roots.

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Lorena Modesto | Jesus Cabrera | Sandra Ibrahim | Evelyn Vasquez

CCNY Esports Club

Our goal is to help players make new friends/teammates, organize in-house games and tournaments, and promote Esports.

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Matthew Lopez | Raynaleen Ricacho | David Ishayev | Raymond Tecaxco

CCNY Green

We are a club, a collaborative, design-built effort to generate food and educate the community on food & ecological issues! We strive to involve students in sustainable, eco-friendly activities. Our goal is to create a fun, educational environment at the Roofpod of the Spitzer School of Architecture. We hope to improve our growing RoofPod garden of flowers, vegetables, and herbs with the help of the CCNY community.

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Chantal Garrido | Nada Elsayed | Luis Vargas | Trisha Estuye

CCNY Knitting Club

The CCNY Knitting Club is a place to relax and engage with the community. Unwind from the day with the possibility of learning a new skill. Beginner friendly, and crochet-er are welcome!

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Shanielle Carter | Jessica Enriquez | Diana Cruz | Tafriha Nowsheen

CCNY Mock Trial Advocacy

Prepare for the 2021 AMTA Mock Trial competition, learn about legal studies through casework.

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Tanzila Zomo |Sarah-Hannah Herman |Yujin Lee | Brandi Alduk

CCNY Nursing Club

Our vision is to build an ongoing community at CCNY for students with a shared interest in pursuing the Nursing profession post-graduation. Since there is not a Nursing program at CCNY, we want to build a sense of community with resources amongst club members and build connections in preparation for post-graduate Nursing programs.

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Afruja Islam | Mohsin Ahmed | Vera Kyeremeh | Layla Lima

CCNY Pre-Law Club

The CCNY Pre-Law Club hopes to foster understanding, learning, and appreciation of law in all of its forms in our community. Our club is geared towards exposing students from any major to various legal careers. We aim to have workshops and events with guest speakers from an array of fields including but not limited to environmental, criminal, policy makers, health etc. As not all legal occupations require an individual to attend law school, we will provide an interactive and engaging space where students can discover their interests and passions.

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Nija Daniels | Isabela Bulacia | Sanjana Hoque | Rabab Alhadae

CCNY Robotics Club

We believe in learning through experience. As such, our primary focus is on robotics projects. We generally have around five or six unique projects being designed, built, or programmed at any given time, under different groups.

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Catherine Matta | Andy Zhou | Siddarth Rane | Sherzod Inogomov

CCNY Women's Robotics Club

Women's Robotics Club is an initiative to increase the number of women in the STEM field by exposing them to robotics-related projects, internships, and different careers available within the technology industry. We hope to assist them on their journey to become independent and innovative leaders. We will promote and increase the confidence/knowledge of women in this male-dominated field.

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Meherun Mim | Progga Chowdhury | Laiba Sajid | Yeiry Chaverra Cordoba

Chinese Students & Scholars Association

This club's purpose is to create a platform for the Chinese social community in CCNY to know each other, and to help with any academic problems. We will also arrange events for members to meet each other and have fun together.

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Huiqin Huang | Hui Jin | YuBai Liang | Yulan Wu

City Chaahat

City Chaahat is a student-run dance team that specializes in the fusion of various dance styles, including Bollywood, Hip-Hop, Contemporary, etc. Founded in 2011 by a handful of passionate young dancers, this group has upheld its original purpose of showcasing South Asian culture through the sport of dance on the campus of City College of New York (CCNY). Today, this diverse dance group has grown to just over 20 talented members ranging from college freshmen to seniors – some of whom have professionally danced before and many of whom are beginners! These dancers continue to make choreography and are constantly looking for innovative ways to spice up their dance routines!

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Khushi Shetty | Tasneem Hoque | Reshmin Roy | Anjali Seegobin

Climb CCNY

Climb CCNY aims to promote rock climbing and make it more accessible to students. We want to build a community where students can get stronger and have fun as well!

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Si Long Mong | Vincent Yang | Sk Ayon | Breslin Modell

Concrete Canoe Club

We build and race a canoe made of concrete, and yes it floats!! This engineering-based club provides students with an opportunity to put their classroom knowledge to use in a real-world situation. Members will be exposed to concrete mixing & design, hull design, casting, testing, structural analysis, report documentation, teamwork and collaboration with fellow students from all levels. Most of all, it's FUN!!

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Michael Cheung | Lorianny Rodriguez | Yuhao Chen | Tian Hua Liao

Crescent Moon Dance

The purpose of the Crescent Moon Dance is to create an organization based on Korean pop music, Korean television or entertainment, Korean culture, Korean language and Korean food! Through this, members will learn choreography from popular Korean music, be involved in certain scenarios from Korean television such as variety shows mini-games and drama scene parodies, enjoy club outings to eat Korean food and check out Korean pop merchandise, learn the Korean language and discover new friendships, hobbies and interests. We will learn to share our passion and learn aspects of Korean culture including media, dance, culinary arts and language! You do not have to be Korean to join!

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Kadija Kone | Lina Dong | Nancy Li | Amber Dimaculangan


Cru CCNY is a branch of the larger Cru ministries organization that aims to teach students about the Christian faith, develop a community where each member can grow in their faith effectively, and then share that faith with the world. While our group's focus is on the Christian faith we welcome people of all backgrounds to come in, learn, and share their perspectives!

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Elijah Matos | JTim Johnson | Janell Alvarez | Nii Tetteh

Delta Phi Omega Sorority Inc.

The purpose of Delta Phi Omega shall be to foster unity among South Asian women, build community awareness, and gain a greater understanding of oneself and others. The sorority aspires to instill leadership traits, excel in all academic endeavors, and to encourage an active relationship between the sorority and its respective university, and shall do so with the utmost compassion, dignity, and fortitude.

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Abigail Raghunath | Nahida Motin | Yeasha Rahman | Shrinidi Ramalingam Balaji

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. - Epsilon Tau Chapter

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, is an organization of college-educated women committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community.

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Ashley Williams | Alexus Hawkins-Delgado| Dionna Thomas | Charlene Kotei

Electronic Design and Multimedia Club

The purpose of the EDM Club is to foster community amongst students of the Electronic Design & Multimedia program, increase students' design skillset and knowledge base through relevant workshops, lectures, group discussions, events, and field trips, provide internship opportunities, networking with professionals, as well as to increase awareness of historical and contemporary graphic design within the EDM program, Art Department, and CCNY community. Everyone from any major is welcome to join!

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Karina Solomyana | Miranda Shytaj| Tasnim Ahmed | Angela Diaz

Engineers Without Borders

We are a nonprofit, student-run organization that empowers communities close and abroad to better meet their basic needs. Our goal is to use engineering to build a better future.

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Salina Liu | Mariya Gomerova | Jonathan Smilovich | Sadia Hossain

First Love CCNY

A community of young people interested in connecting people to God.

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Eliyakol Djokoto | Litzy Mejia | Gabriela Castro | Chisom Ibe

Future Architects of the Middle East

Future Architects of the Middle East is an organization dedicated to celebrating historical and modern contributions by Asian artists, activists, and architects to the global community, with a focus on the Middle East.

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Hames Gabr | Hamide Keskin | Christopher Barran | Hina Sardar

Gamma Nu Delta Sorority, Inc.

Gamma Nu Delta is incorporated as a social service sorority. Membership is offered to young women of all backgrounds and talents who want to be committed to our values of academics, professional & personal leadership, and service of all communities. We are interested in contributing to the development of young women into outstanding women of the world. We cultivate a strong family community to enhance your college and adult life.

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Hannah Issifu | Yaire Cort | Pamela Andral | Jada Macharie

Girls Who Code College Loops

The purpose of Girls Who Code College Loops is to give women on campus the resources to learn how to code as well as to get insight into the tech industry. Coding is an invaluable skill, especially now in a virtual world. With code, you can build projects and systems that can change the world for the better, and we want women to be at the forefront of this innovation. We welcome and encourage everyone, regardless of a STEM background, to become a member!

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Samira Chowdhury | Josari Guaraca | Samia Omar | Aleika Chery

Global Brigades

Global Brigades is an international organization that provides volunteer opportunities in different countries to help resolve health and economic disparities with local staff and communities.

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Jenna Fiorentino | Chizuruoke Onuoha | Cindy Kagy | Adebola Ademola

Harlem Launch Alliance Inc.

Harlem Launch Alliance Inc. is a student-run 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit company comprised of over 30 students from City College of New York dedicated to bringing amateur collegiate experimental rocketry to New York City's neighborhood of Harlem.

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Sumit Das | Tyler Reiss | Ryan Wong | Steven Toprover

Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program - Undergraduate Chapter

The Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program is a mission-based program that reaches out to high schools in underserved communities and brings them to the CUNY School of Medicine. We bring high school students to the campus every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm to expose them to the sciences of medicine, and to expose them to different health care professions. We also provide our students with mentoring sessions. Our mentors are current medical students and undergraduate students in the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education Program. Our hopes for our high school students is to bring them closer to healthcare and to make them realize that they, too, can be a part of medicine.

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Chidobe Umeasor | Michael Bistoury | Kawther Coppin | Hector Dominguez

Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc.

As hermanas of Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc. our mission is to uphold the goals set forth by our thirteen founding mothers. We vow to formalize, cultivate, and foster bonds amongst each other as sisters and abide by respect, trust, communication, professionalism and accountability. Although we endeavor to constantly work together in achieving our goals, we value personal identity and individualism.

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Abriana Reyes Chavez | Jennifer Guerrero | Joseph Aponte | Faith Morales

Hillel at City College

Hillel at City College is a home away from home for Jewish students since its founding in 1946. We offer Jewish programming, Israel education, and social opportunities in order to build a Jewish community at CCNY.

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Jordana Gross | Samuel Landesman | Raphael Landesman | Shannon Saed


We aim to deteriorate the growing social stigma that surrounds homelessness in Harlem, and on a grander scale in America. Many people believe that those who are homeless have no motivation to better themselves and deserve their position in society. We, however, disagree and believe that not all homeless people deserve to be relegated to such a low standard. We want to give a voice to those who are voiceless, and more than anything else, desire to actively make a difference in our local community. We hope to garner support and increase our membership on the City College campus. Our aim is to provide students with an opportunity to give back to their community that is not only selfless but also enriching.

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Hannah Grunfeld | Lily Wong | Hadas Feygin | Ayesha Awwal

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE CCNY)

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) at the City College of New York (CCNY) is dedicated to help prepare Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Computer Science students for a successful career in industry. With cooperation from other clubs such as IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), we can host many events throughout the year such as our classic EE Mixers. The CCNY chapter of IEEE is aimed at educating electrical and computer engineer students about the practice of electrical and computer engineering. IEEE also aims to promote the involvement of the student body in extracurricular activities to instill a sense of leadership. The Chapter has rightfully earned its place on the map through a diverse set of events which benefit the college community as well as the organization itself – events, workshops, and competitions all geared at instilling fundamental engineering principles and stimulating the awareness of the vast availability of opportunities for engineers to advance themselves as engineering professionals.

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Devin Singh | Suprio Bhattacharjee | Mahmud Hasan | Naazneen Virani

International Studies Club

The International Studies Club exists to be a space where students can engage with other students and faculty that share common interests, discuss contemporary issues and be part of the international studies community. Though the club is affiliated with the International Studies Program, it is open to all students interested in international affairs and current events.

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Djenabou Bah | Theresa Benny | Nafisa Zaforullah | Abdullah Mohiuddin

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)

Our IVCF community strives to show God’s love, we commit to building a community of every ethnicity & culture who follows Jesus and loves beyond all measures.

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Hanna Jonathan | Kimberly Pereyra Monero | Lizbeth Nunez | Joel James

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) - Sophie Davis

In response to God's love, grace, and truth: The purpose of Sophie Davis InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is to establish and advance at Sophie Davis College witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord, growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture, and God's purposes in the world.

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Joshua Mathew | Leah Varghese | Elizabeth Akinyemi | Jenann Sanon


Iota Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc.

Iota Nu Delta uplifts its men in their duties: to serve, to lead, and to accomplish greater things in life. Bound by Brotherhood Eternal, we shall: 1. Cultivate lifelong academic and professional excellence. 2. Extend meaningful service to humanity and leadership in society. 3. Promote understanding of the diverse South Asian cultures.

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Al Shafian Bari | Sumon Rahman | Gurupriyan Jayakaran | Abu Sufian

Kappa Sigma Upsilon-Mu

To bring the Brotherhood and values of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity to The City College of New York. The club would compliment and enhance the educational mission of City College by promoting academic achievement and assisting each member to achieve his academic potential. Kappa Sigma Upsilon-Mu would actively contribute to the personal growth and development of its members; promote ethical behavior and decision-making; and encourage service to others.

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Justin Stringer | Peter Giannaris | Austin Harilall | Sam Mosavarpour

Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) Plus

The purpose of LMSA Plus is to acknowledge the health needs of the Latino community, as well as to promote the interests and support of those undergraduate premedical students who identify themselves as Latino students of the City College of New York. Immediate purposes are to encouraging Latinos who exhibit the potential to benefit their community to enter the health professions programs. Also, to retain our members commitment in the health professions programs by supporting academic and social support activities and by fostering close ties among members. Also, to encourage community involvement for the purpose of strengthening working relationships with community groups and the overall aim of benefiting the community. Support and encourage prospective health professions school applicants throughout the admissions process. Long term purposes are to increase the number of Latino health care providers, advocate the rights of Latino patients, participate in the planning and implementation of research activities designed to identify the health care needs of our community and networking with other organizations to achieve common objectives.

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Jalen Crespo | Vanessa Gonzalez | Rosemary Arzu Solano | Jancy Contreras

May Day Student Organization

We are current university students, graduates of the student movement, and political activists who want a university that serves the people.

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Brittaney DeMoura | Kenrick Khuu | Miguel Hamidjojo | Justin Yulo

Medical Roots Project

The Medical Roots Project is a non-for-profit organization developed to educate the public on their options for self-care as primary care. We specifically target our approach to underserved communities in Brooklyn, Harlem, Queens and the Bronx. To achieve our mission, we organize a hands-on workshop, called Pop-Up Clinics, in these underserved areas and provide education on life skills that are essential for the maintenance of optimal health and survival in the event of disaster. Our regional chapter at City College will be specifically devoted to the Harlem community and will aid in decreasing health disparities that plague our community, such as: emergency preparedness and response, mental illness, heart disease, cancer and diabetes. As a CCNY club, we also aim to provide services support, and resources for the expanding pre-med community.

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Philip Makowski | Stacy Portillo | Carolina Cen | Anna Lam

Model United Nations (Model UN)

Model United Nations (Model UN) is an educational simulation of the actual United Nations. Members will learn the basics of how to play the game of Model UN, as well as key facets of diplomacy, negotiation, and formal public speaking. Model UN's goal is to build participants' public speaking skills, awareness of international issues/relations, research skills for international relations, above all, a sense of community for people with similar interests.

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Rachel Holliday | Safiyyah Savage | Varin Sawh | Vanessa Estrada

Muslim Students' Organization

Uniting our Muslim brothers, strengthening our Iman, spreading the good actions and the awareness about Islam.

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Ahmmed Elbadri | Imadaddin Almuntaser | Noorul Mohamed | Mohamed Aboseria

Muslims Giving Back Chapter @ City College

We are a student organization at CCNY dedicated to upholding the true image of Islam through action and community service.

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Ryan Rahman | Angel Jiang | Yamina Hashmi | Syed Hussain


National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Undergraduate Chapter

We, the members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), strive to inform youth on problems affecting African-Americans and other racial and ethinic minorities and promote advancement economically, academically, socially, and politically, do ordain and establish this constitution for our organization.

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Anjali Mercado | Audrik Carter | Angelina Paulino | Johanna Tamoka


National Organization of Minority Architecture Students at CCNY

We uplift the initiatives of minority architects, give resources, mentorship, networking, resume & portfolio advice, and learn about the affects of diversity in a profession.

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Gabriela Gonjon | Kedishia Joseph | Guadelupe Hernandez - Sosa | Escarlen Ibandango

National Pre-Medical Association

NPreMA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to fostering a supportive community of pre-med students nationwide. Our mission is to bring all the CUNY communities together to develop a student-based approach to make this seemingly arduous journey more attainable, enjoyable, and collaborative. A priority for this year is to support COVID-19 relief responses, whether that be through PPE drives, volunteering at blood drives, and shopping for senior citizens in the community. Through research, volunteer, clinical, and service opportunities, NPreMA provides hands-on and collaborative projects for pre-medical students to be involved in fighting important health conditions. Pre-medical students will gain clinical experience, volunteer hours, and organize charity fundraisers to help with responses for COVID-19, breast cancer awareness, and Aids, amongst other health conditions.

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Oasheka Chowdhury | Pasani Dharmasena | Leah Harrigan | Jyotsna Kokkottu Joy

National Society of Black Engineers CCNY Chapter

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), is a nonprofit organization that is owned and managed by its members. With more than 30,000 members around the world, NSBE is one of the largest student-governed organizations based in the United States. NSBE's mission is "to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically; succeed professionally, and positively impact the community".

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Nicholas Lovell | Muhamadou Touray | Anthony Diaz | Bryson Ellington

New York Water Environment Association

LEADING THE WAY IN WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT The New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA) is an organization of water quality professionals founded in 1929 to serve the public interest by promoting sustainable water quality management through science, education, and training. Members include civil and environmental engineers, biologists, chemists, local and state government officials, treatment plant managers and operators, laboratory technicians, students, professors, lawyers, environmental scientists, equipment manufacturers, and distributors. The NYWEA City College Student Chapter is dedicated to furthering the mission of NYWEA by hosting trips, seminars, workshops and other events to increase knowledge about sustainable water quality management in the CCNY community. In addition to holding events at City College, the Chapter works extensively with the NYWEA Metropolitan Chapter and Met Chapter Young Professionals (YP) group to provide CCNY students a forum for networking, continuing education, professional growth, development of leadership skills, and access to the professional water environment community in New York.

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Stephanie Almodovar | Rebecca Nguyen | Chieko Goto | Trent Francis Allan Strachan

Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated

The purpose of Omega Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated is to Serve and Educate people of diverse backgrounds through sisterhood, leadership, and guidance. As positive role models, we promote unity of all cultures, focus on the empowerment of our gender and raise the standards of excellence in our academic, social, and personal endeavors.

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Mariah Ramirez | Ashley Gonzalez | Tasnim Momo | Ashley Escobar

Pakistan Students Association of the City College of New York

An effort to promote Pakistani culture, understanding of Pakistani people, and tourism.

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Fiza Ansari | Ahsan Fayyaz | Syed Kazim | Masubah Nadeem

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., January 9, 1914, by three young African-American male students. The Founders, Honorable A. Langston Taylor, Honorable Leonard F. Morse, and Honorable Charles I. Brown, wanted to organize a Greek letter fraternity that would truly exemplify the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service. The Founders deeply wished to create an organization that viewed itself as “a part of” the general community rather than “apart from” the general community. They believed that each potential member should be judged by his own merits, rather than his family background or affluence…without regard to race, nationality, skin tone or texture of hair. They desired for their fraternity to exist as part of an even greater brotherhood which would be devoted to the “inclusive we” rather than the “exclusive we”. From its inception, the Founders also conceived Phi Beta Sigma as a mechanism to deliver services to the general community. Rather than gaining skills to be utilized exclusively for themselves and their immediate families, they held a deep conviction that they should return their newly acquired skills to the communities from which they had come. This deep conviction was mirrored in the Fraternity’s motto, “Culture For Service and Service For Humanity”. Today, Phi Beta Sigma has blossomed into an international organization of leaders. No longer a single entity, members of the Fraternity have been instrumental in the establishment of the Phi Beta Sigma National Foundation, the Phi Beta Sigma Federal Credit Union and The Sigma Beta Club Foundation. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, founded in 1920 with the assistance of Phi Beta Sigma, is the sister organization of the Fraternity.

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Mekhi McShall | Arielle May Brutus | Adeola Lawal | Emely Rodriguez

Philippine American Organization (PAO)

Founded in 1986, The Philippine-American Organization (PAO) is an undergraduate social and cultural club that seeks to bring together Filipinos and other ethnic groups, both in and out of City College, through various activities that talk about Philippine culture, as well as other extra-curricular activities.

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Alexis Tuvilla | Sidney Mauricio | Abigail Castillon | Raphael Bartolome

Physicians for Human Rights - Undergraduate Chapter

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is dedicated to increasing awareness of mass atrocities and severe human rights violations around the world. PHR is a national nonprofit organization that believes in using the unique skills and credibility of health professionals to advocate for persecuted health workers, prevent torture, document mass atrocities, and hold those who violate human rights accountable. Our chapter aims to educate, advocate, and fundraise to support causes that represent the mission of PHR as we work towards a more informed, healthy, and peaceful world. Our more recent work includes hosting the 2020 PHR National Student Conferenceand the Opioid Summit and Naloxone training for opioid overdose. We will also be hosting the upcoming 2021 COVID-19 vaccine panel discussion, “The COVID-19 Vaccine: Putting an End to the Pandemic.” Our chapter’s goal is to be informed and inform others of the prevailing issues related to healthcare access and equity as well as to advocate for human rights--specifically focusing on the importance of respecting each individual’s human dignity in healthcare and life. Our PHR chapter hopes to encourage people to reach out and be involved in efforts to preserve the human rights and health experiences of people, especially those in vulnerable situations or those from underserved communities.

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Mike James | Oluwafunke Kolawole | Dillon Murugesan | Nicholas Cordero

Pre-Dental Honor Society of CCNY

The main focus of this society is to provide our pre-dental students with useful information in regard to applying to dental school, preparing for the DAT and providing them with shadowing/volunteering opportunities. We hold meetings throughout the semester as well as events such as, the Club Fair and the Pre-Dental Honor Society Dinner. We also inform our pre-dents about other events that are held by dental schools such as: "Admission 101 at NYU", "Impressions Day at Columbia" etc. Our goal is to successfully coordinate all club related matters, provide support to all interested pre-dents, and proudly represent all pre-dental students at CCNY.

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Abdurashid Sharofitdinov | Rania Ebrahim | Yaser Alsafarjalani | Arshdeep Kaur

Project Sunshine

We are part of a larger organization, Project Sunshine. As a volunteer-based club, we work with local hospitals to bring crafts and activities to pediatric units.

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Cordelia Badripersaud | Yaiza Caba Rodriguez | Samrin Ali | Rafid Quadir

Public Relations Student Society of America

The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is the foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications. We seek to advance the public relations profession by nurturing generations of future professionals. We advocate rigorous academic standards for public relations education, the highest ethical principles, and diversity in the profession. PRSSA helps you enhance your education, broaden your network and launch your career in public relations.

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Madelyn De Los Santos | Michelle Hu | Armani Rodriguez | Genesis Flores

Sci-fi Gaming and Animation

The Sci-Fi, Gaming and Animation Club exists to provide CCNY students a place where science fiction, games, and animation are shared in an exciting and relaxing enviroment. These purposes will be achieved by informing and providing the CCNY community of the aspects of science fiction depicated in various forms of media (whether it is movies, TV shows, books, etc.), games (board games, card games, video games, etc.) and animation.

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Christian Zogopoulos | Elijah Dobson | Ibrahim Juwara | Kirk Floyd

Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity Incorporated

Sigma Lambda Beta's mission is to nurture and further a dynamic, values-based environment that utilizes our historically Latino-based fraternity as a catalyst to better serve the needs and wants of all people.

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Justin Nin | Jessica Quizhpilema | John Rodriguez | Hodgson Tetteh

Sisters of The Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education

The Sisters of the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education (SOS) is a club created to empower women, to mold future leaders, and to support the endeavors of students both inside and outside the classroom. With a focus on medicine, and the struggles and triumphs of women of color, currently, the Sisters of the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education continues to expand, promoting self-esteem, integrity, respect, and academic excellence. This is accomplished through group meetings, self-reflections, guest speakers, and information sessions. These activities motivate members and equip them with the skills necessary to reach their full potentials of becoming medical doctors. Sisterhood-Support-Success.

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Rachel Aideyan | Iyana McKnight | Aderemi Adebayo | Kailah Hyndman

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers

The Chapter is committed to providing support to the community and to promoting educational programs for the advancement of its members. The objectives and goals of the Chapter shall be to: 1.0 Support and develop programs that provide for the advancement of Asian heritage scientists and engineers. This goal shall be implemented by: • Career Workshops • Seminars and Symposia that focus on bettering the employability of members by bolstering the soft skills of members, working on their resumes, and teaching interview skills.

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Dawa Pasang Sherpa | Carter Le | Anthony Yang | Heesoo Cho

Society of Automotive Engineers

We aim to offer students an introduction into the technical aspects of automotive engineering while participating in the Baja SAE competition, where students are tasked to design, manufacture, and race a single seater offroad vehicle against other colleges.

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Douglas Deleon Gramajo | Ethan Wong | Trevor Watts | Jack Yakoub

Society of Women Engineers

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a not-profit service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their life-changing contributions as engineers and leaders. Club Description * To stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.

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Agata Turula | Shivani Vohra | Jennifer Duong | Jaimie Zhao

Spitzer School of Architecture Asian

Celebrate Asian culture, art, and architecture, spread knowledge of eastern urbanism and architectural developments.

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Miaoting He | Lanhua Weng | Shulan Zhao | Ching Ling Kwong

Student Athletic Association Committee (SAAC)

A student-athlete advisory committee (SAAC) is a committee made up of student-athletes assembled to provide insight on the student-athlete experience. The SAAC offers input on the rules, regulations and policies that affect student athletes’ lives. We work alongside the CCNY athletic department to bring together athletes and to provide an engaging student athlete experience.

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Alejandra Castillo | Katherine Scardino | Nabila Jahan | Zara McPartland

Student National Medical Association (SNMA)

Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent and socially conscious physicians. SNMA chapters are based at medical schools throughout the nation, and some colleges, implementing programs and activities locally. SNMA programs are designed to serve the health needs of underserved communities and communities of color. In addition, SNMA is dedicated both to ensuring that medical education and services are culturally sensitive to the needs of diverse populations and to increasing the number of African-American, Latino, and other students of color entering and completing medical school.

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Justin Samuel | Oluwafisayo Adeoye | Ashley Dessai | Jadira Scott

Students Supporting Israel

Students Supporting Israel upholds the rights of indigenous peoples, advocates for self-determination, and empowers a generation to dream. It shares Israel’s beauty, cultural tapestry, and technological advances with the rest of the world. Supporting Israel means knowing oneself—and wearing that badge of identity with pride.

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Jacqueline Blyudoy | Benyamin Abramov | Hannah Shulman | Gabriella Friedman

Successful People of Tomorrow

The mission of SPOT is to guarantee that our members attain one new skill per semester.

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Mohammad Zikrya | Christopher Dyjak | Tangil Patwary | Mariya Semchuk

Tau Beta Pi

Our club is the National Engineering Honor Society. We invite the top Engineering students in the Grove School of Engineering depending on their academic performance and their characters. We offer social networking, scholarship, and social events.

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Ryan Jose | Justin Park | Gregory Kim | Jiale Chen

Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, Inc.

We are a interest group looking to become a fraternity.

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Konstantin Tsenovoy | Chayon Bakth | Caroline Hurtado | Samuel Guzman

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Inc

Tau Kappa Epsilon is a men’s social fraternity with hundreds of prominent alumni and was established on January 10, 1899, at Illinois Wesleyan University. But what does that really mean? Let us explain. With more than 250 active chapters and colonies in the United States and Canada, Tau Kappa Epsilon’s membership is as diverse and unique as the collegiate and universities in which we reside. There isn’t a proper blanket statement that is able to capture the essence of what a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon, or rather a “Teke” is—that’s up to you to decide.

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Matthew Bracken | Stephon Edwards | Michael Shenouda | Edward Adonis Iciano

Teachers of Tomorrow

Teachers of Tomorrow is an undergraduate student organization whose goal is to provide activities and opportunities for the benefit of CCNY students preparing to teach.

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Tahmina Sultana | Esther Antonetti | Anisha Figueroa | Esmeralda Santa

The American Advertising Federation Student Chapter of The City College of New York

The CCNY AAF is the student chapter of the American Advertising Federation National trade organization, hosted at the City College of New York, the flagship university of the City University of New York (CUNY) system. The CCNY AAF offers programs and networking opportunities to guide its college students from CCNY's Advertising and Public Relations degree program into successful and exciting careers in advertising, PR, marketing and beyond. The CCNY Chapter meets every Thursday at 12:30PM and an active community of current students and alums via Slack. Events and programs led by the CCNY AAF include lunchtime guest lectures with industry professionals, such as Ad/PR’s flagship Lunch with Leaders lecture series, and the Where We Fit Podcast, which is conceived and produced entirely by CCNY students. (Seasons 1 and 2 now available on all major streaming services) The CCNY AAF is an entirely student-led experience - join or support us today!

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Monique Carchi | Francini Balbuena | Pravita Sunar | Dakota Medina

The American Institution of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Our mission is to design, build, and fly an R/C UAV for the annual AIAA Design/Build/Fly (DBF) competition.

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Michael Jacobson | Natalia Stefanowski | Kyle Rucker | Islam Mcdowell

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Our club aims to provide professional development and networking opportunities to CCNY chemical engineering undergraduates.

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Iyana Grogan | Omer Findo | Zeeshan Khan | Naimuddin Tamin

The City College of New York Ice Hockey Club

CCNY Club Ice Hockey is an effort to return the great sport of hockey back to CCNY after years of absence. The main goals are to establish a competitive club hockey team where students can learn a new sport, or experienced players can play their favorite sport while receiving a great education. Additionally, CCNY Ice Hockey hopes to increase the popularity and accessibility of a sport like hockey to the community of Harlem, as we believe it's a sport all deserve to get the chance to try and be exposed to.

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Jack Vellon | Eric Gayzler | Felix Lam | Ray Bergin

The City College Young Democratic Socialists of America

Our mission is to educate and organize students and faculty, and to play a helpful and principled role in the movement for social, political, and economic justice. Within and throughout this struggle, we will articulate and defend the idea that true human liberation is impossible under capitalism. Our vision of socialism is uncompromisingly democratic, feminist, revolutionary, anti-imperialist, and anti-racist.

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Luz Cespedes | Gabriel Reyes | Kelsie O'Leary | Kazi Anika

The Dominican Students Association

As members of the Dominican Student Association, we believe that by working together we can fulfill our overall objective of educating others, and ourselves, about the Dominican Republic. We will hold educational workshops, meetings, lectures, and social events to inform our members, and the City College community, of Dominican Republic’s history and everything our culture is truly about, in hopes to gain a better understanding of the nation. We will fulfill our goals by partnering with organizations in the City College community, engage the students in conversations about issues within the Dominican Republic and the U.S. affecting the Dominican community, and discuss ways in which we can help.

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Max Garcia | Scarlet Paulina Almanzar | Giselly Fernandez | Larisa Caraballo

The History Society

The History Society is intended to offer history enthusiasts of the City College community a space to share in their passion for studying, discussing, and understanding the past. We intend to create an environment that is welcoming to all, no matter how large or small their interest in history may currently be. We aim to foster a vibrant intellectual community among members and to bring an appreciation of history to the City College community at large.

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Timea Nick | Willem Taghon | Michelle Huang | Adam Burby

The Latin American Engineering Student Association Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (LAESA-SHPE)

Our mission is to be the premier facilitator of student's endeavors in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics field (STEM). Also, to facilitate in other areas as well, as to help to fully develop individuals to their highest potential.

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Alex Guerrero | Rosa Herrera Moreta | Kyle Persaud | Jensy Maldonado

The Mathematics Club of the City College of New York

This club aims to share our love for math with the CCNY. We aim to build a community of mathematicians who can support each other and build friendships over our shared interests.

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Rhaldni Sayaman | Addhyaya Sharma | Victor Pena | Elizabeth Chernikova

The Percy Sutton SEEK Student Club

The Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Student Club is a student organization of the SEEK (Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge) Program at the City College that preserves the SEEK Program's rich heritage, as well as its historical, cultural, and educational importance. SEEK is a higher educational opportunity program that provides academic and financial support to students who qualify based on specific income and academic criteria. As the SEEK club, we promote diversity, equity, and inclusion to ensure all SEEK students are represented and heard. To do that, we provide a safe space and community where SEEK students feel comfortable participating in. We also create fun, but also engaging events that keep our club members active while offering helpful: academic, professional, and personal resources to help SEEK students navigate their college journey. For the countless number of times, we have had events, we have/will do our best to make them feel part of a robust family-like network of students that they can rely on for anything. Ultimately, the SEEK club serves as a support system for all SEEK students for that they will be able to enter greater social and economic mobility.

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Yariel Garcia | Emely Hernandez | Danielle Kanyinda | Maricela Niola

The Physics Club of CCNY

The Physics Club is meant to foster and encourage interest in Physics among the CCNY community. We aim to ease the path of students interested in majoring or minoring in physics. We also build a community among aspiring physicists in our club to help foster a synergistic collaboration and make life easier and more enjoyable for our members. We aim to take multiple trips every year, have a speaker or two from among other universities, and discuss the status of the physics department as well as get input from students.

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Dahkota DeBold | Alexander Cernei | Johnny Basurto Rosales | Tabitha Ramirez

The Psychology Club

The Psychology Club aims to provide valuable psychology information and resources to students who are and are not psychology major in our school. We hope to provide a helpful platform for students who exchange information about psychology.

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Isabel Abarca | Khalil Gallop | Vaneeza Kausar | Mahfuza Chowdhury

The Sophie Davis Biograph

Welcome to Sophie Davis Biograph, where we follow the lives of seven year medical students as they share the experiences that make our program into a family. The Sophie Davis Biomedical Education Program/CUNY School of Medicine at the City College of New York is a seven year medical program B.S./M.D. in New York City. We have the honor of learning and growing alongside each other for as we struggle our way to the top. Our backgrounds are all different, from a variety of family situations and heritages, but our goal is the same and simple: Change the world by helping people. It’s easy to get lost amidst all the textbooks, flash cards, and practice questions, but behind all those notes and highlighted lines is a passionate dreamer with big eyes and a bigger heart. This is our story, and we would like to hear yours.

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Ide Kafexhiu | Dharam Mathur | Ismail Ali | Kristina Qoku

Theta Phi Gamma

Theta Phi Gamma strives to develop the greatest potential of each sister according to her individual talents, skills and personality. Theta Phi Gamma aims to help members grow even after graduating to become strong, independent and successful women, provide various resources for networking and to create a better college experience overall.

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Lauren Heng | Tasmia Sultana | Gabrielle Paul | Kimberly Strull

United Nations Association of the United States of America Chapter (UNA-USA)

We are dedicated to educating, inspiring, and mobilizing Americans to support the principles and vital work of the United Nations and strengthen the UN system. UNA-USA encourages U.S. leadership to work constructively through the United Nations and to achieve the goals of the United Nations Charter. Through our chapters and programs, UNA-USA educates the American public about the invaluable work of the United Nations, raises funds and carries out local activities related to the United Nations, and recruits, engages, and retains members around the country. This is a great opportunity for CCNY students who are interested in becoming active leaders to participate in this club for leadership growth, networking opportunities, and develop a passion for advocacy. Members can also take advantage of national opportunities by receiving passes to attend numerous events such as the Global Engagement Summit, Global Leadership Summit, and UN Day! Club members will also have the ability to be connected with leadership programs including the U.S. Youth Observer to the United Nations, Campus Fellows, and National Council.

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Aneesah Saeed | Teresa Mettella | Kethia Calixte | Hawa Diallo

Vision Latina/Latino Medical Student Association

Vision Latina / LMSA is a CCNY club that seeks to raise awareness towards the health disparities prevalent in the Hispanic/Latino cultural community in all aspects of medicine (availability of medical care, community awareness of medical issues, graduation rate of Hispanic/Latino medical students, low rates of practicing Latino/Hispanic medical professionals, etc.). We have joined forces with a national network of Hispanic medical students and we are also the CCNY chapter of the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA). This served to provide our members with a large network of Latino medical students and various chapters from coast to coast. We hope to undertake a few volunteer initiatives within the surrounding Harlem community as well as work in conjunction with other Sophie Davis and CCNY clubs in educational and recreational events in this ensuing academic year. All club sanctioned activities are both legal and non-profit in nature.

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Cayla Cruz | Augustin Abreu | William Manriquez | Paulina Enriquez

Women in Computer Science

Membership is open to ALL students at the City College of New York. Our three pillars are Gender Equality, Education, and Community. WiCS CCNY aims to bring together people who support the advancement of our fellow women in computer science, in academia, and in the industry. Education plays a vital role in WiCS. We want to expose everyone from all disciplines to Computer Science, facilitate learning, and work together to solve problems. Our network connects all CCNY students to an open and diverse community. By doing so, this opens opportunities to build connections both professionally and personally.

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Grace McGrath | Uzmabanu Kapadia | Lily Liang | Ange Louis

Women in Islam

The purpose of Women In Islam is to educate the campus community about the basic principles of Islam, clear up the misconceptions that the public has about Islam and Muslim women. We also aim to empower Muslim women on campus by leading various workshops and events, providing a space of worship for Muslim students, conduct works of charity to help the underprivileged, and providing a harmonious and stress-free environment for our members.

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Sali Travele | Aissata Keita | Khadidja Guessoum | Shamia Rahman