The list below consists of 20 Graduate 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 history club, search the word "history." You may also access a club's website by clicking on the club's name.

American Medical Women's Association

The American Medical Women's Association is dedicated to advancing women in medicine and to improve women's health. Through developing leadership and advocacy skills, we hope to empower the next generation of female physicians.
Elizabeth Yim | Olivia Zhong | Rachel Wong | Katrina Kerolus

American Society of Landscape Architecture Student Chapter at the City College of New York

The ASLA-NY Student Chapter at the Spitzer School of Architecture provides a direct link between the largest organization of professional landscape architects and the only accredited MLA program in New York City. The student chapter provides events, meetings and other opportunities for students to gain connections to practicing landscape architects, as well as a practical understanding of the field of landscape architecture in New York City.
Rujuta Naringrekar | Catherine Priolet | Lindsay Routolo | Sarah Dorner

Biomedicus 2023

The mission of biomedicus 2023 is to provide a safe and open community space specifically for Sophie Davis students in the class of 2023 but is open to all students who are members of the city college community. We hope to allow students to feel comfortable getting to know each other as well as participate in school events.
Shubhi Singh| Erika San Antonio | Tracy Falodun | Grace Ayo

CSOM Gardening Club

The CSOM Gardening Club is hoping to bring the CCNY and Harlem community back to nature. We want all members and participants to get their hands dirty and learn about nutrition as preventive medicine.
Cameron Morales| Michaelangela Omongos | Jeremy Wong | Samantha Lau

Educational Theatre Club

The Educational Theatre Club represents the graduate students in the Educational Theatre program; under the Childhood Education Department; who seek connections in the education field; CCNY and the Harlem community at large. The club aims to provide its members with the opportunity to share lesson plans; theatrical activities for Pre K-12 students; perfect their teaching pedagogy and network with individuals currently working in the field of Educational Theatre and foster their personal artistry.
Krystal Brenes | Charlotte Exton | Alana Fogarty | Meghan Curr

Graduate Architecture Club

Graduate students of architecture. Growing our relationships with one another and the built environment through exposure to local projects, firms, and events.
Nicolas Losi | Liza Otto | Danica Lora Masiglat |Pauline Dang

Graduate Physics Club

A club for physics graduate students at CCNY.
Carlos Ordaz | Dylan Reynolds | Breylon Riley | Briana Franklin

Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program
Graduate 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.
Kaitlyn Kennedy | Kailey Singh | Geidily Beaton | Fatma Shalan

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Graduate Chapter

The mission of the NAACP is to secure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.
Caren Garcon | Camara Perkins | Angela Ubanwa | Michael Obadina

Physician Assistant Program Student Society in the CUNY School of Medicine (PAPSSCSM)

We, the students of the CUNY School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program realize that through a formal organization we can benefit ourselves, our program and our community. It is for this reason that we established the Student Society of the AAPA. In all aspects of its function, this society will pursue integrity, equality, dignity, and competence for the physician assistant as a healthcare practitioner. We exist to promote diversity in healthcare by sharing about our profession with fellow City College students, the surrounding community, and visitors that are welcomed to our weekly club meetings.
Jinny Cai| Fahmida Chowdhury | Sinthia Soca | Jessica Goez

Physicians for Human Rights
Graduate 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. In the coming years, our undergraduate and graduate chapters will be taking on an opioid initiative in collaboration with CCNY leadership.
Gabriella Schmuter| Zoha Huda | Sabastian Hajtovic | Jacqueline Weng

Sophie Davis Student Government

The Sophie Davis Student Government is a student-run organization that is responsible for conveying the concerns of the student body to the deans at monthly deans lunches and organizing events for Sophie students to get together such as Health Fair, Freshman Picnic and the Sophie Gift Exchange & Ice Skating Event. The Health Fair is a way for the students to give back to the community and practice their skills by offering free services such as blood pressure and blood glucose tests. Freshman Picnic is an opportunity for the freshman to meet students in other years to ask for advice. The Gift Exchange & Ice Skating Event also gives students a chance to make new friends and meet potential mentors.
Sarah Liu | Amy Cohen | Shannon Poulose| Jessica Mgbeojirikwe

Student National Medical Association
Graduate Chapter

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.
Gladys Obaji |Azana Newman | Briana Cox | David Delva