Monroe College's Bronx campus is an ideal urban campus located in the bustling Fordham section.
Located in downtown New Rochelle, the Monroe College New Rochelle campus is nestled in a diverse, thriving suburban community in Westchester County.
The scenic Monroe College St. Lucia campus in Barnard Hill Castries on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia combines the best of many worlds.
Monroe's Queens Extension Center is located in the heart of downtown Flushing, a vibrant and ethnically mixed district of Queens.
Below is a listing of student clubs based on the Bronx campus, their meeting times and respective contact information for faculty and staff advisors. For any general club-related inquiries, please contact or visit the Student Activities office in King Hall on the Bronx campus:
Edith Banks, Director, Student ActivitiesTel: (718) 933-6700, ext. 8732Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joeane Laurent, Coordinator, Student ActivitiesTel: (718) 933-6700, ext. 8594Email: email@example.com
The ABC Education Club is a club for any student including
non-education majors, who are looking to support children and believe that
education is key to success. The club
focuses on three key goals that evolve each semester focusing on community
service, school projects abroad, and helping Monroe students develop a positive
peer network where we motivate, support, and encourage each other to be our
Club meetings: Every, Thursday, 12:15pm—1:00pm Jerome
Hall, Room 707
For additional information, contact the club advisor or an
Suzanne Metscher, Club Advisor
Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Formed in 2008, the Allied Health Club includes students from a variety of majors, including public health, medical assisting, medical administration and health services administration. The Club’s mission is “to design, implement, and evaluate health education/health promotion programs in response to the priority needs of the Monroe College student population and the local Fordham community.” Reducing health disparities and improving the quality of life for Monroe students and community residents are of leading concern and accomplished through health-needs assessments, surveys of student health issues and identification of knowledge gaps. The Allied Health Club constitution is available upon request. Club meetings: Tuesdays
at 12:00pm in West Hall 312For additional information, please email alliedhealthclubBX@monroecollege.edu or contact the advisor or any of the officers listed below:
Joan Morris, AdvisorEmail: email@example.com
ALPFA is a national nonprofit membership organization for Latino business professionals and students, with chapters nationwide and over 23,000 members. Founded in 1972, ALPFA is dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos and building leadership and career skills. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in this mission. The Monroe College chapter welcomes the participation of students from all cultural backgrounds.Club meetings: Thursdays at 12:30pm in Ustin Hall, Rm 207
For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the advisor or any of the officers listed below:
Stephanie Kendrick, AdvisorEmail: email@example.com
The Amnesty International Club at Monroe College is a student organization committed to creating greater awareness of both domestic and international human rights issues and abuses. We participate in campus activities to help stop such abuses. Some of the issues we fight against include the death penalty, genocide, sexual and physical abuse of women and children, rape in prison, bullying and poverty. In addition to the Amnesty International website, other allied organizations and their respective websites include:
MADRE: www.madre.orgUNICEF: www.unicef.orgACLU: www.aclu.orgClub Meetings: Tuesdays,
12:15pm in Jerome Hall, 612For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the advisor or any of the officers listed below: Prof. Guylaine Harrison, AdvisorEmail: email@example.com
There is nothing stuffy, boring, or bland about this Book
Club. Reading selections are based on interest of members, and vary from short
to long term. The club welcomes members at all levels of literacy, provides
critical feedback for aspiring authors, and connects reading to higher order
thinking – all while having fun!
for additional information please contact the
Student Activities Office at 646-393-8237 or firstname.lastname@example.org”
Monroe College’s mission is to
provide professional, career-oriented higher education to its students. The
Career Ambassadors Club strives to fulfill this mission by providing students
with exclusive access to
professional opportunities for development.
Club meetings: Thursdays, 12:15pm in West Hall, Room 414
Militza Gonzalez, Club Advisor
Club email: email@example.com
The goal of CEO is to bring together students regardless of major or background to expand their education outside the classroom and into the business world. CEO organizes career awareness fairs on campus as well as community events, sponsors guest speakers and field trips such as company tours and conferences, and provides numerous networking events for students. CEO is also dedicated to promoting unity and social responsibility in business. Though it is primarily a business-oriented club, CEO is open to all Monroe students. The CEO constitution is available upon request.
Club meetings: Tuesdays at noon
in Ustin Hall, Rm 111
information, including information about upcoming events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the advisor or any of
the officers listed below:
Learn about the criminal justice field through guest speakers, community involvement, exploration of various criminal justice organizations and field experiences. Students interested in criminal justice careers will benefit from heightened awareness of criminal justice issues, employment opportunities and preparatory assistance/mentorship from faculty who are experts in the field.
Membership is open to all students who are in good academic standing. There are no fees or dues associated with the club. The only mandate is active participation which is fostered during bi-weekly meetings. The Criminal Justice Club constitution is available upon request.
Club meetings: Thursdays, 12:15 pm in Jerome Hall, Rm 602
For additional information, email email@example.com
contact the advisor or any of the officers listed below
Keith Singer, Advisorksinger@monroecollege.edu
This club is open to all students who are interested
in acting and stage production. It helps students to improve their performance
skills and develop the technical know-how for producing a show.
Club meetings: Thursdays, 12:15pm in King Hall, Room 203
Laurie Castaldo, Club
Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Imagine building a portfolio of documented accomplishment as a complement to your academic experience. For nearly eighty years, FBLA-PBL has been dedicated to inspiring and developing the next generation of leaders. PBL offers a breadth of activities that build personal and professional skills, including career development programs and a variety of conferences and workshops.
for additional information please contact the
Student Activities Office at 646-393-8237 or email@example.com”
Go Make a Difference is a group of motivated students who
have made a commitment to utilize their skills, knowledge and talent to make a
positive difference in the community.
Club meetings: Thursdays at 2:30 pm in King Hall 209
For additional information, contact the advisor or any of the officers listed below:
Joeane Laurent, Club AdvisorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Human Services Club highlights the wide range of human services available to the community. The Club seeks to strengthen ties between the College community and city human services organizations in order to create pathways for meaningful projects and career opportunities for students.
Club meetings: Thursdays
at 12:00 pm in Jerome Hall, Room 612
Hari Drayton, Club
The ITSA Club will promote community among computer enthusiasts at Monroe College by:
Club Meetings: Thursdays 12:00 pm-1:00 pm in King Hall, Rm 423
For additional information, email email@example.com or contact the club advisor or any of the officers listed below:
Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LEP meets once a week to talk about various topics that pertain to women of all ages, backgrounds, and ethnicities. The ladies focus primarily on professionalism and self-development. Some of the discussion topics include, salary negotiation, professional skills, resume and cover letters and, interview skills.Club Meetings: Thursdays, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in King Hall 211.For additional information, please email email@example.com or contact the advisor.Sandy Curtis, Advisorscurtis@monroecollege.edu
The Monroe College Music Club - MC2 combines singing, musical and artistic expression to create community. The Club helps its members evolve into confident and charismatic live performers. Singers of all levels are welcome to audition.
MC2 enhances the Monroe College community by performing one concert per semester that showcases diverse music selections and singing styles. The ensemble has also performed at the Monroe College graduation.
Club Meetings: Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:00pm in King Hall,
For additional information, please email a club advisor or officer:
Janelle JonesClub AdvisorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Monroe College Mock Trial Team will provide a “hands on” court room experience for students who are aspiring to become professionals in the field of Criminal Justice. Through participation in a mock trial setting, students will also gain skills that will help them succeed in any profession: public speaking, debate, critical thinking, acting, logical reasoning, leadership, teamwork, and many more. Student get the opportunity to participate in competitions ran by the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA).
Club meetings: Wednesdays, 2:00pm in Jerome Hall, Room 602
Joshlyn Foreman, Club Advisor
The mission of the Monroe College Student Nurses Association is to provide a networking and support system for all nursing students and to also provide an opportunity to develop their leadership skills.
Club meetings: Wednesdays, 12:15pm in West Hall, Room 411
Rondine Douglas, Club Advisorrdouglas@monroecollege.edu
Since 1969, the National Association of Black Accountants,
Inc. NABA, has been the leader in expanding the influence of minority
professionals in the fields of accounting and finance. The mission is to
address the professional needs of our members and to build leaders that will
shape the future of the accounting and finance professions with an unfaltering
commitment to inspire the same in their successors.
Club meetings: Every, Thursday, 12:15pm—1:00pm Ustin
Hall, Room 106
Stacy Crawford, Club Advisor
Club email: email@example.com
NSLS was founded to help individuals discover and achieve their aspirations, and to help students create a community where motivated and goal-oriented individuals can come together to help one another succeed. The Society also serves as a powerful force for good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to improve the world.
For additional information, please contact a club advisor or officer:
Edith Banks, AdvisorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Pre-Law Club is: to expose students to programs in the legal field; encourage student organization; help bolster study skills and GPA; prepare students for law school entry; encourage volunteerism; offer field experience in criminal justice and the law; and to host educational criminal justice and pre-law events.
Club Meetings: Tuesdays from noon-1pm in Jerome Hall, Rm 602
For additional information, contact the club advisor or an officer: Prof. Diana DykesFaculty AdvisorEmail: email@example.com
“Justice can be delayed but never denied.”
Through meetings and discussions, the Rainbow Alliance creates a supportive college community that is free of discrimination and harassment based on gender and sexual identity. Although the topics of discussion is generated by the groups, some of the topics of discussion in the past included: Coming out, Family, Dating, How to deal with homophobia, Study tips, Organizing safe spaces, How to respond to sexism. The group is open to all Monroe students.
Club Meetings: Thursdays, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in King Hall 425. For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the advisor.
James Young, Advisorjyoung@monroecollege.edu
The Monroe Chapter of the PCMA familiarizes its members with the basic aspects of the meetings and conventions industry by providing educational and networking opportunities.
Membership is open to all hospitality, tourism, meeting or convention management (major, minor or graduate) students who attend Monroe College full-time and are in good standing. Applications for membership are available at the national PCMA website. All Monroe chapter members must be members of national PCMA and shall subscribe to and be bound by the laws and the ethical and professional standards of Monroe College as well as the PCMA.
Club Meetings: Tuesdays from 12:15pm-12:55pm (day club) and 5:45pm-6:15pm (night club) in Jerome Hall, Rm 703
For additional information, email PCMABX@monroecollege.edu or contact the club advisor or an officer:
St. Clair Thompson, AdvisorEmail: email@example.com
Become a leader who makes a difference. The Student
Activities Creative, Reliable, Enthusiastic Workers (SAO CREW), is open to all
students who are committed to volunteerism, building school spirit and enjoys
planning events. Students receive professional training which gives them the
skills to become better team players and leaders in their school and
Club meetings: Every, Tuesday, 2:30pm in King Hall, Room
Edith Banks, Club Advisor
Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Through education, advocacy and service, Student Veterans of America is dedicated to:
Club Meetings: Tuesdays
at noon in King Hall, Rm 301For additional information, email email@example.com or contact the advisor or an officer:
Raymond Morales, AdvisorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you want to become a confident public speaker and strong leader? If so, Toastmasters is the place for you. Toastmaster’s international is a world leader in communication and leadership development. By regularly giving speeches, gaining feedback, leading teams and guiding others to achieve their goals in a supportive atmosphere, leaders emerge from the Toastmasters program.
Club Meetings: Every 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 2:00pm in
King Hall Room 205
For additional information, contact the club advisor or an office
Club Advisor: Alvelena Mills email@example.com
Below is a list of our club forms. Please submit completed
documents to the Student Activities Office at firstname.lastname@example.org please allow
two business days for a response.
Student life handbook 2016-2017
Club Roster 2016
Student Activities Survey
Donation Request Form
Student Club Assessment
Speaker Proposal Form
Liability Waiver - Overnight Trips
Event Proposal Form
Establishing a New Club
End of Semester Report