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Access Futures Club

The Access Futures Club has been an active club on the CCNY campus since 2003. The aim of the club is to facilitate a community of learning, understanding, and awareness among CCNY's disabled students. The club is looking forward to community events that educate the CCNY population about disabilities, participate in food drives and open weekly discussions among members; touching on the adversity/trials that individuals with disabilities face. We hope to establish a proud community of students that give back to their community and foster interpersonal growth, education, and awareness.

Nahal Gill | Margaret Hernandez | Daniella Rosen| Andy Zhou

Active Minds at CCNY

Students at City College are collaborating with the platform Active Minds in order to raise more awareness of mental health on campus. This club will be advocating for young people’s mental health on campus and suicide prevention. We will be encouraging our peers to learn about, talk about, and seek help for mental health issues just as they would a physical issue, without silence or shame. We are more of a student to student approach. It is important to clarify we are not a peer support group. We plan to have guest speakers and events that all focus on de-stigmatizing mental health.

Nicole Budzinski | Samah Islam | Melissa Cabrera | Idrissa Kone


African Student Union

Our Mission is to Educate, Uplift and Inspire the CCNY student body on the Issues and Realities of Africa as well as the African Diaspora on and off-campus. We also want to unite members of the African Diaspora and student body on campus.


Alpha Epsilon Delta

The mission of the Society is to encourage and recognize excellence in premedical scholarship; to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of premedical education; to promote communication between medical and premedical students and educators; to provide a forum for students with common interests; and to use its resources to benefit health organizations, charities and the community.

Yaas Azmoudeh | Natanel Kamel | Oasheka Chowdhury | Jessica Rambao

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. - Lambda Chapter

The purpose of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 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".

Sarah Medina | Jeffrey Lewis | Adrena Lambert | Damaris Mattei

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

The first black greek lettered organization founded in the United States with the aims of manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind.

Guy Carlos Villette | Rodney Jose Garcia | Bryan Arevalo | Miguel Chavez

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.

Evana Said | Nicole Bass | Taylor Mastrota | Alicia Niebrzydowski

American Medical Student Association

The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) is the largest national association run by pre-medical and medical school students. AMSA's mission includes educating students on essential topics that diverge from the traditional curricula, unifying physicians in training from across the country, and empowering students through advocacy initiatives. AMSA Sophie Davis has hosted several events such as the national fall AMSA conference, the annual Food Talk, and the upcoming Bioethics Symposium. Through these events, AMSA Sophie Davis aims to improve the future of medicine through student involvement and education.

Leela Rangachar | Peter Fusco | Jeremiah Thyagaraj | Katerina Jou


American Society of Civil Engineers

Our club is aimed at the personal and professional development of young civil engineers.

Michael Rivera | Ana Radonjic | Luis Abreu | Edlira Zazo

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers

We aim to provide our members with the resources needed to enhance their education in heating, refrigerating and air-conditioning engineering-related fields. We supply our members with opportunities in which they can expand their interests and knowledge through hands-on activities and projects. We also serve as a platform on which members can make meaningful connections with individuals working in HVAC&R related fields and fellow students with common interests.

Leutrim Cahani | Mohammad Arif | Edgar Gutierrez | Cristian Kang Kim

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

ASME is a not-for-profit membership organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment, and skills development across all engineering disciplines, toward a goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods. Founded in 1880 by a small group of leading industrialists, ASME has grown through the decades to include more than 120,000 members in over 150 countries worldwide.

From college students and early-career engineers to project managers, corporate executives, researchers, and academic leaders. ASME's members are as diverse as the engineering community itself. ASME serves this wide-ranging technical community through quality programs in continuing education, training and professional development, codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations and other forms of outreach.

Zhixuan Zhao | Adonis Diaz | Jamaal Lake | Bajinder Singh

Bangladesh Student Association

The purpose of this group is to communicate and unite all Bangladeshi students and alumni from the City College of New York (CCNY). Our goal is to practice culture and traditions to represent the country by unifying the Bangladeshi students of CCNY. Also help our members by sharing: information of jobs/internships/work-study, text-books, class-notes, campus-info. To help choose the right class with the right professor, and last but not the least to aid Bangladesh in any disastrous condition.

Samiya Fagun | Sanjida Firdaws | Rabiul Bari | Siam Sawad

Baskerville Chemical Society

Baskerville Chemical Society (BCS) was founded by Charles Baskerville in 1922 and has long been the official undergraduate chemistry club of the City College of New York. Most of the club’s events; while being educational and informative in nature; serve to connect like-minded students interested in the chemical sciences. Throughout the year; the club plans to host various seminars and events to bring chemistry majors (as well as those interested) together and serve as the bridge between the students and faculty of the department. The club is a supportive network for chemistry and biochemistry majors.

Shahrukh Khan | Ahammad Chowdhury | Anastasia Deda | Paola Campos

Believers' LoveWorld

We as Believers' LoveWorld are on course to reveal the nature of God in Jesus Christ to all. We have a mandate to take the divine presence of God not only to City College but also to the world; demonstrating the character of the Holy Spirit.

Stephen Asiedu | Enoch Tusubira | Jancy Contreras | Julissa Gonzalez

Biology Club

The Biology Club, affiliated with the Biology Department, aims to aid students with opportunities to further their academic, social, and professional careers.

Sadia Rahman | Karla Jacome | Mohamed Ghanem | Jennifer Shin

Biomedical Asian Health Coalition

BAHC, an active chapter for the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA), is devoted to APAMSA’s mission to bring together Asians and others interested in the health issues that affect Asians in order to have a strong collective public and political voice.

Kush Patel | Cameron Chan | Dave Mathew | Kalena Liu

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.

Erica Kreisberg | Jing Huang | Dharia Silas | Yuxin Zhu

Biomedicus 2024

Biomedicus 2024 believes in fostering a sense of school spirit, volunteering, and collaborating in community service projects as well as providing a sense of camaraderie within the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education Class of 2024. We instill in each of our members the means to do work towards the greater good of serving underprivileged communities in the medical field as well as collaborating socially to plan events for the benefit of its members and the health community.

Hadi Aziz | Micaela Prisco | Shivam Khatri | Damien Pizarro

Biomedicus 2025

Biomedicus 2025 aspires to encourage the unity of the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education Class of 2025 through social activities that will promote their intellectual growth and foster a greater sense of community within City College.

Vincent Yao | Jonathan Albury | Kenneth Levy | Bayan Berri

Black Student Union

The Black Student Union is here to embrace the complexities of black people and further advancements for black people by black people. BSU is here to give our people comfort and space in being seen and heard. We take a global pan-Africanist approach in everything being done as a club, bringing a stronger sense of community for the black students here at City College.

Sabrina Bazelais | Zenita Davis | Nykia Sturdivant-Reyes | Kia Thomas

Caribbean Students' Association

The Caribbean Student Association is a cultural and heritage club celebrating the continuing achievement of Caribbean Students of and within Caribbean diaspora. Through social fellowship and community based work.

Chandell Phifer | Kayla Williams | Ramona Moses | Yasmeen Mohammed

CCNY A Capella Club

We are the CCNY A Cappella Club, a collective of students who create music with nothing more than the human voice and mouth. No other form of musical accompaniment is necessary. What we strive to do is learn, compose, and perform our music for the whole school to hear.

Gabriel Edelstein | Analyse Vega | Laura Fotovich | Tyler Drayton

CCNY Aerospace

CCNY Aerospace has the sole purpose of existence to enhance the skills and knowledge needed to aid participants participating in Harlem Launch Alliance Inc. The members will be informed of all things Space and Rocketry to be flourished in the science and engineering fields.

Nilaab Meer | Jana Makki | Dina Elhadidy | Micheal Borrello

CCNY Amateur Radio Society

The CCNY Amateur Radio Society was founded in the early 1900s to promote and assist students with the operation of amateur radio equipment. The radio station's official call sign is W2HJ; and our equipment allows us to speak with people as far away as South Africa; Eastern Europe; The Caribbean; and South America. Amateur Radio operators provided emergency communications during Hurricane Sandy; Hurricane Katrina; and 9/11; and have a long-standing tradition of community service; including non-emergency communications during city marathons and other events. Our club seeks to provide the local community with hands-on experience operating and building their own radio equipment.

Angel Mercedes Robles | Kieran Duggan | Kosmas Giannakos | Raj Soni

CCNY Association for Computing Machinery

The Association of Computing Machinery Chapter at CCNY aims to foster a community of Computer Science students and tech enthusiasts who collaborate in developing the skills needed in the industry, expanding their network, participating in activities related to new technologies, and learning how to further their professional careers.

Pavlo Aleksyeyev | Bujar Sefa | Abtahi Chowdhury | Greg Kimatov

CCNY Chess Club

The purpose of this club is to have a social environment for students to play casual chess, learn chess, and compete in chess.

Jose Rickett | Ismael Almonte | Adis Dervisevic | Sharleen Lantigua

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 across New York state. Each year there are three opportunities 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 service opportunities 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.

Andrea Mendez | Aisha Soliman | Summera Shah | Jenny Guiracocha

CCNY Club for Nature, Rational Thinking and Humanity

CCNY Club for Nature, Rational Thinking and Humanity is a passionate community of students that aims to foster a culture that embraces the values of rationality - our best tools of thinking - while cherishing the infinite beauty and wonders of nature. We dream of building an informed and intellectual community, tightly bound by a warm sense of humanity, in the backdrop of an epic cosmos. Our club is a place for civil and productive discourse, in the full spirit of free and critical thought. No matter who you are, no matter where you come from, no matter what you think of your smarts, we will show you the magic of thinking. Come join us for a beautiful experience in a beautiful place!

Abdullah Khan | Shanley Augustin | Roy Colca | Nicco Valente

CCNY Crypto Club

The CCNY Crypto Club at City College is a student-run organization that aims to serve as a resource for education and emerging trends in Bitcoin, Blockchain Technology, and Cryptocurrencies.

Taehun Lim | Danish Faruqi | Kartikeya Sharma | Maya Pasiliao

CCNY Cultural and Arts Club

CCNY’s Cultural and Arts club initiated in the mind of one girl with the hopes to bring the diverse population on the campus of one of New York City’s largest institutions together. It's a club created in the spirit of celebrating culture and art from all across the world. Through our many events, we hope to spread new ideas, appreciation, understandings, and diversity all across the campus. The fundamental mission of the club is to open up the minds of students and faculty alike to worlds never before learned through entertaining events and shared space. We will serve as a melting pot of all cultures and interests with the focus of promoting the fine arts every culture has to offer. As the population of the club grows, the world’s awareness heightens.

Maliha Khan | Naeema Haque | Samiha Zarin | Michael Bautista

CCNY Dream Team

The CCNY Dream Team is a community for undocumented students and allies. Our mission is to inform, inspire, and impact the CCNY community through education about political reality, engagement rooted in action, dialogue, and empowerment.

Roxana Herrera Ramirez | Malithi Perera | Jesus Cabrera | Ricardo Andres Anez Carrasquel

CCNY eSports Club

We're an undergraduate club that seeks to connect players together at City College. Our goal is to help players make new friends/teammates, organize in-house games and promote eSports overall. Whether you're a hardcore or casual gamer, we are open for everyone to join!

Ngoc-Thao Ly | Bernarbe Villegas | John Colón | Joseph Djeljevic

CCNY FIRST Robotics Club

The mission of FIRST is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting Mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.

Stanislov Sotnikov | Excel Espina | Faheem Kamal | Diego Rodriguez

CCNY Gospel Choir

The club/organization is deemed the name CCNY Gospel Choir in light of our vision to allow people to express themselves musically in order to progress themselves spiritually. We aim to exemplify moral standards that mirror our overall Message. As members of the choir, we recognize that our continual goal is to find ways to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ to everyone we come in contact with while we provide a creative outlet in the form of music. Our continual goal is to find ways to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ to everyone we come in contact with. Our strategic research has shown that young people are not intrigued by dull services and simply need something that will hold their interest while leading them to Jesus. One of the most effective methods in of leading young people to the faith is through the use of contemporary mediums such as concerts and shows because these are relevant settings that our peers gravitate towards. Our vision is to present Christianity as we experience it, showing others that Christianity can be fun and current, presenting a platform for Christians from all race(s) and denominations to come together and worship our true and living king in unity.

Blandine Simprevil | Dahely Nunez | Michelle Metellus | Sydney Clarke

CCNY Green

CCNY Green strives 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 rooftop garden of flowers, vegetables, and herbs with the help of the CCNY community and, of course, welcome our neighbors, the bees, which have moved into their new home next to the pod!

Mohammed Gueye | Mahdi Alkaifi | Jasmine Perez | Chantal Garrido

CCNY Hyperloop

The goal of CCNY Hyperloop is to compete in the annual Hyperloop competition organized by Elon Musk and The Boring Company. CCNY Hyperloop hopes to be a leader in the race to faster transportation and make sure the students of today are the engineers of tomorrow.

Shajed Ahmed | Will Carranza | Dina Sayd | Nhu Nguyen

CCNY Knitting Club

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!

Amy Xu | Sufia Emu | Amy Legendre | Maureen Fugar

CCNY Mock Trial Advocacy

The objective of The City College of New York Mock Trial Advocacy Team is to introduce students to the proceedings of the judicial system through simulated mock trials, training in appropriate legal conduct, and any other applicable education towards the legal process.


CCNY Philosophy Club

CCNY Philosophy Club is a place for any student who is interested in philosophy to explore a vast range of topics in a casual and friendly setting outside the classroom. No background information or experience is necessary to participate, as people of all backgrounds and levels of participation are welcome. Ccny philosophy club is a relaxed environment guided by a passion for ideas rather than idle obligations. All that is required is an open mind, a listening ear, and a willingness to reciprocally learn and teach in discussion. If you’ve never attended a meeting before, or haven’t come in a while, you are always welcome to drop in at any time.

Sean Apparicio | Tanzila Zomo | Jerry W. Beersdorf II | Josue Reyes Velasquez

CCNY Pre-Optometry

Our club's mission is to facilitate and educate students in their pursuit of a career in Optometry; by providing opportunities to learn more about the profession, assistance in their preparation for Optometry school, finding pre-professional experiences and activities to help students network with professionals in the community as well as each other.

Odette Munoz | Insoo Cho | Sanjana Pria | Sarah Taj

CCNY Robotics Club

Since its inception in 2005, the CCNY Robotics Club has provided engineering students with hands-on mechanical, electrical and computer engineering experience to apply their knowledge to real-world projects. We host annual workshops, such as the Arduino and soldering workshops. These workshops provide new members and students the opportunity to start with the basics. We have also hosted numerous industry roundtables, academic sessions, and entertainment events. In recent years the club has had its greatest focus on a variety of team robotics projects, which have given many students their first experience in working together on real-life design and manufacturing tasks. The club has also been a source of guidance, information, and advice for students while they are working on various classes and extracurricular projects.

Daniel Bloom | Rozena Chan | Simon Savitt | Zuqiang Gao

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 and, and jobs and internships available in the technology industry.

Anam Munawar | Simranjit Kaur | Maliha Tabassum | Mahnoor Azim

Chabad of CCNY

Chabad’s mission is to create a home at CCNY for the Jewish community on campus. We are a single family of Jewish students of all backgrounds and denominations. Come for kosher meals, spiritual lessons, and holidays!

Jordan Beloosesky | Gregory Sabel | Rebeca Gorodischer | Sarah Lidagoster

Chinese Christian Fellowship

Chinese Christian Fellowship strives to present Christ to both American-born and immigrant Chinese students using the language they are comfortable using: Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. Our mission is to help students explore and investigate the Christian faith: to accomplish this, we will support students through fellowship, worship, bible study, prayer, and fun activities. Our vision includes equipping, encouraging, training students to grow in their faith and to serve their community at City College.

Yuk Man Tang | Long Yin Wan | Jun Zheng | Simin Huang

Chinese Culture Club

The CCNY Chinese Culture Club is a new undergraduate club at the City College of New York. We are dedicated to promote Chinese traditional culture and connect students who appreciate our culture. CCNY organizes events such as shows, food sales, competitions, to encourage students to learn the Chinese language and Chinese traditional performing arts.

Yue Xu | Simin Wu | Yingwen Tan | Yinuo Huang

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.

Wei Cheng Yang | Yilin Chen | Chi Chiu Chan | Sheng Mei Jin

Cinema Society

At the Cinema Society, we provide a social and professional component to the academics that form the bulk of the Film program at CCNY and anyone interested in the film industry. Bringing in guest speakers, having workshops, equipment demonstrations, film screenings, networking panels, and forums; a huge part of engaging with film is not only theoretical classes but also having contact with practical workshops and renowned professionals in the field. Our mission is to make the undergraduate experience at CCNY a comprehensive one by offering alternative or supplementary learning tools that cannot be offered in the classroom.

Zanin Lindsay | Patrick Thompson | Ingrid Nin | Luna Cubides

City Chaahat

City Chaahat is the Bollywood fusion dance team of City College. We compete and perform around New York City at cultural events and competitions such as Naach Inferno, at which we placed 2nd in 2014 and 3rd in 2015, and Holi Hai hosted by NYC bhangra annually. Our team also performs at events taking place at other CUNY's, including Desi formals. We are a group of dancers who bring diverse styles to the group such as Bollywood, hip hop, classical, and contemporary.

Kavya Sharma | Sabrina Mohammed | Anamiika Rahman| Tamanna Yousuf

City Honors Illustrious Mentor Program

One of the most prestigious and honorable clubs at City College. City Honors Illustrious Mentor Program referred to commonly as CHiMP, is a program designed to accommodate incoming freshmen with upperclassmen, to help make their transition into college as easy as possible. The upperclassmen, known as “mentors” meet with the freshman, their “mentees,” and talk to them about life. Chimp enables the incoming freshman to be better prepared for college by partnering them with someone to help guide them.

Richard Ngai | Selena Gabrielle | Hufsa Tasnim | Cynthia Poon

Climb CCNY

Our goal is to build an inclusive and welcoming climbing community at ccny. We encourage you to try something new no matter your skill level, especially if you've never climbed before. We emphasize safety, leadership, and community surrounding this fun activity.

Jennifer Keorasmey | Bilal Siddiqui | Bilal Siddiqui | Catherine Langkamp | Arshia Iqbal

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!!

Jonathan VanSleet | Peter Metias | Katherine Digiorgi | Tian Hua Liao


The club generally wants to promote equality through the convictions from the bible. Also, the club wants to present social, cultural, and educational opportunities to students.

Naamah Armstrong | Sharmaine Watson | Jessica Umanzor | Edwar Amean

Deep Foundations Institute

The club is a Civil Engineering club specialized in a common interaction of City College students by showing them the importance of geotechnical engineering, its attributes, and applications. through that same object, create events and activities such as projects related to the geotechnical field.

Seydou Konate | Bissirima Dembele | Atchararat Matchima |Imam Mihan

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Epsilon Tau Chapter

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded on January 13, 1913, by 22 collegiate women at Howard University. These students wanted to use their collective strength to promote academic excellence and to provide assistance to those in need. In March of 1913, the Founders of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. performed their first public act. They participated in the Women's Suffrage March in Washington, D.C. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. is a private, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. Since its founding, more than 200,000 women have joined the organization. The organization is a sisterhood of predominantly Black, college-educated women. The sorority currently has 1,000 collegiate and alumnae chapters located in the United States, England, Japan (Tokyo and Okinawa), Germany, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Jamaica and the Republic of Korea.

National Link: http://www.deltasigmatheta.org
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Charlene Kotei | Kehinde Lawal| Felicia Benoit | Osahon Akpata-Tanious

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.

Priyanka Thomas | Chriscel Halili| Brayan Majano | Victor Martinez

Engineers Without Borders

The mission of Engineers Without Borders is to partner with non-governmental organizations worldwide and implement small-scale, sustainable infrastructure in communities to improve quality of life. We build lasting relationships with the communities while monitoring the project’s status. In doing so, we train students to be responsible, professional and give them real-world experience in engineering and other disciplines.

Amitesh Prabhudayal | Christo Vairamon| Salina Liu | Karissa Collins

Entrepreneurship Student Club

The Entrepreneurship Student club’s mission is to foster an entrepreneurial mindset by bringing together students, faculty, and entrepreneurs in an interactive learning environment. ESC promotes leadership and innovation through value-added panel series, workshops, training sessions, and networking events to professionally develop idea-creation.

Yan Lawrence |Benjamin Pascal |Gabriela Gonjon | Glenford Patterson

Epic Movement

We are a Christian group that wants to reflect the unique culture of CCNY where students can: encounter God, experience a transformative community and serve the campus.

Jia Hui Weng | Marysol Chu | Irene Gomes | Xena Bruno

First Love CCNY

First Love CCNY is an organization of Christian believers, ready, and on fire for the work of God. We meet one day of the week to have fellowship and study the word of God.

Elizabeth Otoo | Eliyakol Djokoto | Chantal Tekobo | Nancy Oppong

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.

Raissa Ebeh | Yaire Cort | Hannah Issifu | Jada Macharie

Guinean Students Association of the United States at the City College of New York

The Guinean Students Association is a professional organization that helps students through their academic journey by offering them opportunities for professional development through conferences, workshops, and volunteering. The club offers support to the students by reviewing their resume, through mock interviews and does some technical workshops. It also offers this large network to students through its regular meetings and conferences.

Fatoumata Diallo | Thierno Barry |Mohamed Jalloh | Harissatou Bah

Habitat for Humanity at CCNY

Habitat for Humanity at CCNY we aid habitat-NYC in its mission to change lives by building quality homes for families in need and to unite all new yorkers around the cause of affordable housing. As a club at CCNY, we hope to get the student body involved in our mission and give them opportunities to gain skills such as building, networking, and leadership.

Robert Carter| Kaylee Mcgowan | Lukman Adanlawo | Sanduni De Silva


The purpose of this organization is to create hackathons at CCNY for the CCNY community and the greater undergraduate population.

Benjamin Reichman | Alexander Matzoros | Baruch Shadrouz | Alexander Cernei

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.

Genefer Duran | Crystal Antony | Jaime Peter | Rose Mary Biju

Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha Incorporada

As 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.

We are determined to continuously work towards expanding awareness of our culture and current issues by raising money for different charities, while also bonding with our campus’ community but also the community at large.

Melissa Gordillo-Gomez| Irla Doci | Tira Powell | Ariela Reyes

Hillel at City College

Hillel at City College is the center for Jewish life at CCNY. Our mission is to enrich the lives of the Jewish and non-Jewish students at City College so they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Hillel at City College provides quality programming, student engagement, leadership opportunities and professional support to the City College community in order to: - Promote the values of pluralism, Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), Israel, and the Jewish world so that students can develop significant relationships and meaningful Jewish experiences. - Foster Jewish education and awareness - Strengthen community and identity as uniquely Jewish and universally human.

Elisa Ceasar | Tzippora Chwat | Dylan Mazzili | Liat Friedman

Hockey for Health

The primary purpose of this organization is to promote and educate about health and hockey. This organization will focus on the importance of exercise, a salubrious lifestyle, and other benefits of healthy choices by using sports, particularly hockey, as the medium to achieve this purpose. This club will utilize hockey as a binding agent to allow members of the City College community to meet new people, learn about hockey, develop the skills to play hockey, be able to eventually apply learned skills in exhibition matches, understand the importance of exercise and how hockey can be a realistic source of exercise, and most importantly, acquire better mental, physical, and emotional health.

Shivam Khatri | Pranav Parsi | Michael Xerras | Sophia Stephenson

HOPE Worldwide at CCNY

HOPE worldwide at CCNY is a student organization dedicated to changing the lives of people who are materially poor or in need in the New York City area by harnessing the compassion and commitment of dedicated volunteers to deliver sustainable, high-impact, community-based services. HOPE worldwide at CCNY is a student organization affiliated with HOPE worldwide, an international charity.


Humanizing Homelessness

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.

Shelly Zou | Mia Chin | Mei Yolles | Hannah Grunfeld

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) at the City College of New York (CCNY) is dedicated to helping prepare Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Computer Science students for a successful career in industry. With cooperation from other clubs such as Eta Kappa Nu, we are able to 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.

Sanjidah Wahid| Kelvin Ma | Abu Said | Shuvojit Karmakar

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)

Scholarship, Attitude, and Character are at the center of what is Eta Kappa Nu and an individual invited to join this distinguished honor society. Representing Electrical and Computer Engineering and all IEEE-fields of interest, Eta Kappa Nu is the hallmark of top students and professionals in these disciplines. An Eta Kappa Nu inductee represents and upholds the highest ideals of the profession, and distinguishes himself/herself in academic performance, commitment to serve his/her University, Department, fellow students, and the community.

Reaz Rahman| Miguel Mancipe | Swimi Kolancheril | Reginald Tetteh

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

InterVarsity’s vision is to see students and faculty transformed, university campuses renewed, and world changers developed. We pursue our vision by building witnessing communities of men and women who are growing in love for God and who are mobilized to reach out to others. When students join our InterVarsity group, they are taught to study the Bible; they receive leadership training; and they experience a variety of mission opportunities – all in the context of a culturally and ethnically diverse community. These activities shape the rest of their lives. We want to see our Students and Faculty transformed, the Campus Renewed & World Changers Developed.

Angela Pereyra | Monique Gyampo | Rachel Mathew | Mariel Espinal

Iona Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc.

Iota Nu Delta uplifts it's men in their duties:
To serve, to lead, and to accomplish greater things in life.

Bound by Brotherhood Eternal, we shall:
Cultivate lifelong academic and professional excellence.
Extend meaningful service to humanity and leadership in society.
Promote understanding of the diverse South Asian cultures.

Sumon Rahman | Tanoy Sarkar | Kelvin Mohan | Abu Sufian

Japanese Language and Culture Club

The Japanese Language and Culture Club's mission is to enrich CCNY's student college experience through cultural awareness and language exchange, fostering growth and outreach beyond the campus community:
Provide a community where CCNY Japanese language students can improve conversation and fluency.
Arrange opportunities for Japanese exchange students to socialize and exchange cultural experiences.
Organize workshops, such as kimono and calligraphy, led by faculty and special guests.
Disseminate information on citywide Japanese-related events, study abroad, and volunteer/career opportunities.

Rene Peterson | Carlos Martinez | Aninda Snigdha | Faith Bernardo

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.

Jeremiah Thomas | Sayid Elmoudni | Mahir Syed | Alexander German

Korea Entertainment Association

The purpose of the KEA is to create a new organization at CCNY 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 show 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!

Jessica Wu | Stephanie Lochan | Pitcha Sudjaritjuntorn | Amber Dimaculangan

LGBTQIA+ Open Alliance

The LGBTQIA+ Open Alliance is dedicated to creating a supportive environment for socialization, education, and activism for all students. We aim to promote tolerance and acceptance throughout the CCNY community, as well as society as a whole, by providing a safe, non-judgmental space for students of any and all gender identities and sexual orientations. Our club aims to provide a platform for students of the lgbtq+ community to unite and resist oppression through interpersonal discourse and group forums.

Daria Williams | Wintress Johnson | Michelle Almanzar | Olivia Glover

May Day Student Organization

We are a social justice organization dedicated to the revitalization of our communities.

Jorge Cruz | Devjani Banik | Jenny Perez | Eric Pena

Medical Roots Project

Medical Roots Project is a not for profit global movement with a mission to re-define and demystify health care, thereby empowering citizens of the world to take their health and healing in their own hands. Through advocacy, professional/community education, cutting edge programs, and worldwide awareness events, we are urging citizens to take charge of their personal healing and take a stand for public safety by being educated, engaged, and equipped with the knowledge that you are universal health care! We build the Public Option for universal health care by teaching the Public their options for self-care as primary care. Pop Up Clinics teach basic skills, such as CPR, pressure dressing, stroke awareness, and narcotics management, that everyone should know to survive and thrive. Access to health care will be universal when everyone knows how to provide the care they need—and does it!

Anuradha Shetty | Mekhrangiz Khashimova | Abu Siddik | Anna Lam

Model United Nations (Model UN)

The CCNY Model United Nations strives to create a forum for education about the structure of the United Nations and the global events surrounding it. The goal of the club is to provide experience to students through mock United Nations simulations and to hone skills useful in Model UN competitions. To accomplish this, the club emphasizes two types of activities: educational and experiential. The educational events will be primarily informative, where members will learn about international politics within the scope of the UN. The experiential activities would be various simulations of the UN, where members will develop and practice skills for the official Model UN conferences.

Jasmine Park | Masuf Ahmed | Helen Eng | Marta Fernandez-Coppel


Muslim Students' Organization

Our club's mission is to provide a safe environment for Muslims to practice their religion freely. Another goal is to teach our community on what Islam is and to be able to help and assist anyone in need.

Sajid Bhutta | Mohammad Ali | Mohammed Islam | Farshed Adib

Muslims Giving Back @CCNY

We are a student organization at the City College of New York-based on the non-profit organization, Muslims Giving Back (MGB), which is dedicated to upholding the true image of Islam through action. As the City College Chapter of the organization, our club, MGB@CCNY, consists of students from a wide variety of backgrounds who genuinely enjoy giving back and serving the community. MGB recognizes the need for constructive interaction among students of various disciplines and desires to unite City College students by means of community service.

Sakinah Sikder | Sabah Gul | Zara Perveen | Ahmad Hajir

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Undergraduate Chapter

The mission of the NAACP youth & college division shall be to inform youth of the problems affecting African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities; to advance the economic, education, social and political status of African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities and their harmonious cooperation with other peoples; to stimulate an appreciation of the African diaspora and other people of color’s contribution to civilization; and to develop an intelligent, militant effective youth leadership.

Jaileessa Casimir | Jason Morency| Edouard Augustin | Destini Mcmillan

National Council of Negro Women, Inc.

NCNW, Inc. works to unite African American women within CCNY to foster a sense of community and sisterhood as well as to elicit change for the CCNY community through service. Our mission is to lead, develop, and advocate for women of African descent.

Fatima Mills | Sabina Dorvile | Dani Servius | Kaylin Dail

National Organization of Minority Architecture Students at CCNY

NOMAS at CCNY is committed to championing diversity within the design profession by promoting community engagement and the professional development of its members. This chapter ultimately aims to create an accessible platform and community tailored to our members’ interests.

Leslie Epps | Olayiwola Akinsulire | Aprellia Stanley | Frank Melendez

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".

Anthony Walker | Benjamin Pascal | Elmi Jiminez |Daniel Gaston

Nepalese Students' Association

Nepalese Students' Association aims the following:
To foster peer mentorship among Nepalese students and alumni of NSA CCNY.
To help students grow in academics and professional attributes collaborating with other active clubs within the campus.
To cultivate ideas of giving back to communities in any form possible.
To advocate for Nepalese communities.
To practice and promote Nepalese cultures.

Sabjib Lamichhane | Nima Lama | Shailesh Ghale |Bhumika Bajracharya

New York Water Environment Association

City College of New York New York Water Environment Association (“CCNY NYWEA” or “the organization”) strives to educate the CCNY student body about water quality issues and concerns. The organization serves both students and professionals who are interested in promoting sustainable clean water quality management. The organization will provide opportunities for students to gain knowledge and first-hand experience in the water quality field and awareness of what they can do to help protect water resources in New York State.

Elaine Famutimi | Julie Yaish | Sara Eliav | David Ip

Omega Chi Epsilon

RECOGNITION: To recognize excellence in chemical engineering.
INVESTIGATION: To promote original investigation and innovation in chemical engineering.
SERVICE: To provide service to the chemical engineering department or school and its student body.
COMRADESHIP: To promote comradeship among chemical engineers.
PROFESSIONALISM: To promote honesty, integrity and social responsibility: the hallmarks of professional ethics

Ariella Himelstein | Kayley Arias| Seemal Shehzadi | Noel George

Peer Health Exchange CCNY Chapter

The mission of the Peer Health Exchange CCNY chapter is to empower high school students with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions. We plan to do this by training CCNY students to teach a skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools in the neighborhood. This club/organization is meant to enhance the educational and social opportunities in the city college community. All activities carried out by the Peer Health Exchange CCNY Chapter are and will be both legal and non-profit in nature.

Neeru Bhagirath | Meena Natarajan | Xiaoqing Chen| Abir Petiwala

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

The brothers of Phi Beta Sigma are the Fraternity's most valuable resource and strength. They are the primary means by which the Phi Beta Sigma objectives will be achieved. In order to accomplish the Fraternity's objectives, it is essential that systems are instituted that effectively embody Culture For Service and Service For Humanity and promote brotherhood, scholarship, and service.

Adeola Lawal | Davon White | Emely Rodriguez | Arielle Brutus

Philippine-American Organization

Philippine American Organization seeks to familiarize fellow Filipinos and other students of city college with the Philippine culture. We also seeks to educate and unite Filipinos and other students with different activities including but not limited to Philippine cultural lessons, sports, and social gatherings. We hope to provide a space for our members to learn more about themselves and what being Filipino means.

Nataliedeana Badillo | Reiner Vincent De Guzman | Alessandro Mercado | Lea Manglicmot

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.

Sam Mathew Kooran | Sheilla Angela Salcedo | Nowshin Islam | Yaathika Challapalli

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.

Aleksja Hoxha | Delissa Johnson | Priom Mouri | Abdurashid Sharofitdinov

Project Sunshine

Project Sunshine is a non-profit organization that works to provide educational and recreational activities to children undergoing long-term care. At CCNY, we volunteer at the Mt. Sinai children's hospital.

Sabrina Shafi| Rose Mohona | Pristine Sermeno | Mary Attaway

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.

Kristian Orozco Mejia | Jody Karg | Genesis Flores | Kiara Nolasco

Salsa Mambo Club

The goal of this club is to provide its members a chance to meet and have fun in a relaxed environment, while also raising interest in Latin culture and Central Latin dances. Our events are open to students and faculty from CCNY as well as all other CUNY colleges. The Salsa Mambo Club offers its members FREE 2-hour salsa classes and different dance and social events within and outside of City College.

Laura Jimenez Perez| Alondra Francisco | Rosiris Crisostomo | Mathew Le

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 environment. These purposes will be achieved by informing and providing the CCNY community of the aspects of science fiction depicted in science fiction genres of media (whether it is movies, tv shows, books, etc.), games of different forms (i.E., Board games, card games, video games, etc.) and animation.

Enmanuel Cabrera | Sydul Akhanji | Damarcos Estevez| Reginald Moore

Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc.

Our mission statement is, to nurture and further a dynamic, value-based environment, which utilizes our historically Latino based fraternity as a catalyst to better serve the needs and wants of all people. Most of what we do revolves around our 4 principles which are Brotherhood, Community Service, Cultural Awareness and Scholarship.

Justin Nin | Kelvin Maravilla | Michael Perez | Nelson Del Pozo

Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Senoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc.

Our club's mission is to inform the campus community about women in the professional world, current events that affect the female population. We also focus on leadership, cultural enrichment and providing service to our community.


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-reflection, 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.

Lucresse Tato | Aderemi Adebayo | Kayla Lewis | Nia Childs

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers

The City College of New York (CCNY) Chapter of the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) provides a community for ambitious individuals who are dedicated to improving themselves as well as giving back to the community. Through workshops, socials, and collaborations with other campus organizations as well as our fellow NYC-area SASE chapters, we help our members develop the necessary skills to succeed in the workforce. We believe that the technical skills that we develop in the classroom must be supplemented with confidence and adaptability.


Society of Automotive Engineers

The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) at the City College of New York is an undergraduate mechanical engineering club that involves devoted students to the real-world engineering environment that promotes and exposes them to rigors of mechanical engineering and collaboration with other engineers to design and build a vehicle. With every passing year, the chapter has shown improvement based on their accomplishments during the competition. This is due to the veterans becoming mentors to the inexperienced students and helping them build a stronger and more competitive generation year by year. We will continue to grow and build upon our knowledge to remain competitive in this year's competition.

Rahul Sokhal | David Kim | Jonathan Khaimov | Donald Ceus

Society of Women Engineers

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.

Silvija Skemaite | Maha Alyas | Agata Turula | Caroline Schwab

Sophie Davis Biograph

We are the newspaper for Sophie Davis!

Sumaiya Islam | Bjarne Faraon | Justin James | Gabriella Paul

South Asian Student Association

To foster a sense of unity among members and create a forum for students to discuss, discover, and celebrate South Asian American culture and issues, relevant to the community at large.


Structural Engineers Association of New York

SEAoNY is a professional development club for students who would like to go into the field of structural engineering or would like to learn more about it.

Muhammad Ahmad | Yoselin Sarita | Saad Rahman | Laura Ortega

Students for Justice in Palestine

This club is an anti-Zionist, NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH ANTI-JUDAIC, pro-Palestinian college student activism organization. This club intends to campaign for boycotts and divestments against corporations that support Zionism and fund the state of Israel. Also, to organize various events that will call for Israeli accountability for their war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and genocide. This club promotes justice, human rights, and liberation for the Palestinian people.

Hebh Jamal | Husam Kaid | Labiba Chowdhury | Kawthar Abdullah

Students Raising Awareness about Gender-Based Violence

The objective is to be inclusive of all diverse members of the CCNY community and student body. Promotes awareness of resources on and off-campus for survivors of gender-based violence in the CCNY community and implements holistic and intersectional prevention programs at the CCNY campus.

Chad Henry | Salma Ahmed | Elisabeth DiCarmine | Akhila Chilakal

Students Supporting Israel at City College of New York

Our mission is to be a clear and confident Pro-Israel voice on college campuses and to support students in grassroots Pro-Israel advocacy.

Avigayil Grajower | Dalia Zargari | Henny Neustadt | Baruch Schwartz

Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society - NYH Chapter

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.

Anna Naumova Naumova | Inzamadeen Kassim | Ethan Chiu | Sandrine Biot

Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, Inc. is a social fraternity founded on the ideals of Friendship, Chivalry, and Service. Holding brotherhood above all else, we strive to connect and maintain relationships between our alumni and undergraduate members, and with the hope of creating a better society, we serve our local communities on a regular basis.

Bryan Williams | Rodrigo Guerra | Frank Guerra | Kevin Merced

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.

Justin Ortiz | Matthew Bracken | Michael Mayaguari | Richard Perez

Teachers of Tomorrow

The Teachers of Tomorrow is a student organization whose goal is to provide activities for the benefit of CCNY students preparing to teach. A student-elected board with the support of one faculty advisor is responsible for managing the organization. The organization emphasizes preparation for teaching, obtaining certification and building a bridge from pre-service to in-service teaching. We accomplish this by meeting regularly in informal sessions during club hours, usually Thursday between 12 pm and 2 pm in NAC3/226. Food is served and students get to know each other in open discussions and in forums where speakers are invited to present and/or answer questions about education-related topics.

Britanya Hall | Matthew Romano | Lorine Phung | Micheal Elcock

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers

City College of New York AIChE Student Chapter is an organization for students majoring in the field of chemical engineering. Its purpose is to provide academic resources, professional development and social enrichment functions for students. Since its establishment at The City College of New York in 1847, AIChE has been dedicated to developing the full potential of all members through active participation in organized events.

Joseph Portelli | Nahida Alam | Jonathan Aguirre | Emily Choon

The American Institution of Aeronautics and Astronautics

We at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) design, test, and manufacture an unmanned RC aircraft each academic year. Our goal is to place within the top 10 colleges at the design/build/fly competition. All majors are welcome to join!

Mazen Alhirsh | Erick Robles | Mariel Gonzalez Mendoza | Hira Tariq

The Astrophysics Club of CCNY

The purpose of the Astrophysics Club of CCNY is to spread knowledge of astrophysics and astronomy to any and all CCNY students. Via this spread of knowledge, our club’s community cultivates an educational outlet as well as a social outlet for members to better understand such fields and express their passions. This creates the potential to develop connections in specific fields of interest all within an environment dedicated to exploring the mysteries the universe has to offer.

Searra Mascaro | Alexander Cernei | Mena Matta | Akash Ahuja

The Chemists' Club

One of the Chemists’ Club's primary motives is to bridge the gap between academia and industry in the chemical and chemical engineering fields. To foster interest amongst the student populations of local northeast institutions; the Chemists’ Club has therefore started student chapters; to spearhead learning and training events on a local level. These events range from discussion panels inviting young professionals to discuss their paths through their careers; to training sessions that focus on teaching students how to better conduct themselves in professional environments.

Minjing Zheng | Muqsiteen Aleema | Lu Ping Zheng | Sana Ilyas

The City College Finance Society

Our goal is to ensure that Economics students are able to apply skills that they learn in school by interacting with other clubs or businesses in the greater New York area.

Abul Azad| Darien Parris | Sanjhida Khan | Fredy Ortiz-Garcia

The City College of New York Ice Hockey Club

The purpose of the City College Ice Hockey Club is to promote diversity, govern and improve organized collegiate and youth hockey in the local campus community and the new york metropolitan area by the authority of the City College of New York. To foster among the members, supporters and men’s and women’s hockey teams a general cooperative spirit; to maintain and increase interest in sports, physical fitness and the game of hockey; to have and exercise a general care, supervision, and direction over the playing interest of the teams and players. To promote education and learning through speaking engagements and life lessons from under-graduate, graduate members and alumni to youth groups in New York City under the CCNY Athletics banner.

Alan Samsonov | Joseph Connolly | Tara Ranjbar | Eric Gayzler

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.

Mariah Ramirez | Caroline Gonzalez | Ashley Ramos | Edgar Rodriguez

The Economic, Business, and Finance Society

A social club aiming to develop interpersonal, leadership, and time management skills through informative and interactive activities with a focus on networking with business representatives.

Hamley Volquez | Irania Matos | Joseph Lema-Dutan | Bianca Marquez

The Latin American Engineering Student Association Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

The Latin American Engineering Student Association, LAESA, is one of the strongest student organizations on campus. We are a chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, SHPE. LAESA was founded in 1983 at the City College of New York. Our members have been among the best student leaders at CCNY and considered the role model student organization of CCNY.

Gabriel Espinoza | Richard Martinez | Keivon Yang| Gloria Hernandez

The Percy Sutton SEEK Student Club

We are the Student Wing of the Seek Department and work to provide services to students and that may benefit them socially, culturally, and academically.

Alyah Lima | Sandeep Kaur | Mahfuzur Rahman | Mariame Karamoko

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.

Lisa Chan | Micheal Gaziani | Matthew Kubikowski | Jireh Garcia

The Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is a student-run organization composed of undergraduates who have an interest in the discipline of psychology, who have declared psychology as their academic major or minor, or who joined the organization as a means to further enrich their academic experience at the City College of New York. The Psych Club strives to provide members with a variety of opportunities to expand their knowledge of psychology as a study of human behavior, cognition, and emotions; to engage with their peers, professors, and community in conversations that broaden their understanding of psychology as a discipline that is apparent in all areas of life; to inform students of various career and research opportunities available to undergraduate students, future graduate students, and when searching for future employment; and to allow members to become involved with their peers in a variety of activities that will foster personal and intellectual growth. The Psychology Club welcomes all students to join if they have any interest in psychology, seek support during their academic careers, or would like to contribute to the CCNY community.

Meetings: Thursdays from 12:30 - 1:45 PM in NAC 7/120D, but we might meet out of club hours.

Mitali Jahan | Jasmy Fayad | Arielle Halevi | Zannatul Nur

Urban Mentoring And Achievement Network Student Union Club

UMAAN Student Union is the official student club of the BMI (Black Male Initiative Program) offered by City College, UMAAN. This club will function as an extension of that program to provide students with added assistance needed to develop as both successful students and professionals. Also, we are trying to create a community of students that actively socially and are involved in their communities to foster positive impacts on whatever issues that they find engaging.

Ricardo Johnson | Kelvin Reyes | Jack Eisenthal | Djenabou Barry

United Steel Bridge Club

We are a project management and competition-based club that designs and constructs bridges out of steel. Through our professional attitude and ethics, students will gain first-hand experience in the world of steel fabrication and construction, as well as working as a team towards a final product. Additionally, students will gain valuable experience in the use of hand and power tools, as well as the machining and fabrication of structural steel. It is our hope that the experience students gain in United Steel Bridge Club will help them succeed in their professional careers.

Michael Cheung | Ali Jomaa | Jose Wu | Georgianna Ramos

Vision Latina

Our club is for Latino students interested in medicine. The mission of our club is to offer a space where those of Hispanic descent can meet like-minded people and embrace their culture. We hope to obtain a large family who can confide in one another and benefit the CCNY community.

Kimberly Serna | William Beauchamp | Joseph Marte | Jeniah Villanueva

Women in Computer Science

WiCS's goal is to foster a sense of community for women interested in technology at CCNY and connect students to professional development opportunities in the NYC tech community.

Anastasiia Timashova | Quetorah Delancourt | Abigail Banting | Yukkee Chang

Women in Islam

Women in Islam at The City College of New York aims to serve the campus community by clearing misconceptions of Islam and bringing communication and understanding between groups of various origins.

Salimatou Barry | Sara Elkodhiry | Tahiya Islam | Asma Bibi

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.

Esperanza Rosenbaum | Sebastian Uchida | Luca Goldmansour | Luz Maria Cespedes