Multicultural Student Organizations

Learn more about student clubs that focus on multiculturalism.

  • Fuerza Latina

    Mural in the College's multicultural center.

    Making empanadas, practicing salsa dance and learning the art of Caribbean steel drumming are just a few of the cultural traditions you'll enjoy as a member of Fuerza Latina, a club that immerses the campus community in Hispanic culture.

  • Gaelic Society

    Gaelic Society members march in the St. Patrick's Day Parade.

    The Gaelic Society invites students of Irish descent to reconnect with their heritage through a series of sponsored events, including New York City's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.

  • Il Circolo Dante Alighieri (Italian Club)

    The Italian flag.
    Pizza, meatballs and classic Italian movies are among the treats enjoyed by Il Circolo Dante Alighieri (Italian Club) members, who also annually visit Little Italy to take part in the Feast of San Gennaro on New York City's Mulberry Street.
  • International Student Association

    Flags of different countries in Smith Auditorium.
    The International Student Association sponsors a variety of events throughout the year including the highly popular International Night, an evening of live performances and international delicacies.
  • LGBT: Friends and Allies

    Rainbow-colored stick figures holding hands in acceptance.

    The LGBT Friends and Allies club is an organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students, their partners and their supporters. The club connects, supports and spreads awareness of the LGBT community on campus.

  • Muslim Student Association

    Student reading the Quran.

    The Muslim Student Association sponsors a weekly Jummah Prayer facilitated by our Muslim Chaplain, as well as other cultural events throughout the year.

  • Nuestra Casa Common Interest Community

    Multicultural mural
    A residential community for students with an interest in Hispanic and Latino culture in the world and in New York City.  Residents visit local cultural sites like Museo del Barrio, and explore culture through food, arts, and language.
  • SHPE: Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

    Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers graphic

    The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.

  • SASA: South Asian Student Association

    SASA: South Asian Student Association graphic

    The South Asian Student Association (SASA) celebrates South Asian culture through social events, presentations and cultural exchanges.