Clubs

The Office of Student Engagement oversees more than 80 clubs and organizations on campus.

The following clubs and organizations fall within our office. Additionally, there are other clubs and organizations on campus outside of this list but they do not receive funding or support from our office.

Club Events Calendar

  • AAF: American Advertising Federation

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    Members of the College's American Advertising Federation (AAF) student chapter gain insight into the latest trends in advertising, connections and even job opportunities.
  • Accounting Society

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    The Accounting Society at Manhattan College introduces students to opportunities and careers in the field of accounting.

  • Alpha Phi Delta

    The brothers of Alpha Phi Delta
    Alpha Phi Delta is a national fraternity rooted in its founders' Italian heritage. The brothers of Manhattan College's Beta Beta chapter take pride in their letters and lend support to the College and community.
  • American Chemical Society

    Society members receive awards.
    The Manhattan College chapter of the American Chemical Society provides undergraduate students exposure to different opportunities within the fields of chemistry and biochemistry.
  • AIAA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

    Student designing an unmanned, electric-powered aircraft.
    The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession.
  • AIChE: American Institute of Chemical Engineers

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    The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) is the world's leading organization for chemical engineering professionals, with more than 50,000 members from over 100 countries.
  • America Society of Civil Engineers

    America Society of Civil Engineers

    The Manhattan College chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is made up of a supportive community of peers who are passionate about building successful careers and improving society.

  • ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers

    Mechanical engineers participate in the annual Battle of the Brains competition.
    The Manhattan College chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) introduces students to opportunities and careers in the mechanical engineering field.
  • Autism Speaks U

    Members promote Autism Speaks U in the Quadrangle.

    Autism Speaks U at Manhattan College aims to engage the campus and local community in awareness, advocacy and fundraising efforts to help individuals and families affected by autism.

  • Beta Alpha Psi

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    Beta Alpha Psi is an international honor organization for financial information students and professionals in business programs accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
  • Biology Club

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    The Biology Club is a student organization that looks at the application of concepts and methods in the field of biology. It is open to anyone who enjoys biology, nature or science.
  • Cheerleading

    Cheerleaders spread school spirit at Jasper games.
    Manhattan cheerleaders pump up the crowds at men's and women's home basketball games, and often travel with the team during post-season play and tournaments.
  • Commuter Student Association

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    The Commuter Student Association (CSA) is dedicated to discussing issues, concerns, and ideas surrounding our commuter population.
  • CMAA: Construction Management Association of America

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    CMAA introduces its members to the field of construction management.
  • Delta Kappa Epsilon

    A group shot of DKE's Phi Mu chapter.
    Manhattan College's Phi Mu chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon has built a name for itself in philanthropy and fun on campus since the chapter's formal recognition in 2014.
  • Economics and Finance Society

    Famed bull statue near the New York Stock Exchange.
    The Economics and Finance Society is ideal for students who seek to learn the economic and financial realities of the modern world.
  • Entrepreneurship Club

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    The Entrepreneurship Club allows students to explore opportunities regarding new businesses.
  • 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.

  • Games Club

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    The Games Club engages students in a variety of challenging games, such Super Smash Bros, Magic the Gathering, Ticket to Ride, Dungeons and Dragons, Betrayal at the House on the Hill, and Sheriff of Nottingham.
  • Green Club

    Students hold climate change poster.
    The Green Club is dedicated to sustainability at the College, in the community and throughout the world.
  • IEEE: The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

    IEEE members take photos in an electronics studio.
    The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is the world's largest professional group dedicated to technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
  • 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.
  • ISPE: International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering

    Image of prescription medications.
    The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) is the world's largest not-for-profit association serving its members by leading scientific, technical and regulatory advancement throughout the entire pharmaceutical lifecycle.
  • 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.
  • Investment Club

    Wall St. in Manhattan.
    The Jasper Investment Club helps members learn about security analysis and portfolio management.
  • Jasper Dancers

    Group shot of the Jasper Dancers.
    This dance troupe gets the crowds pumped up at men's and women's home basketball games, as well as other events around campus.
  • Jazz Band

    Saxophonists perform together.

    Jazz band members perform at various campus events throughout the year, and host two annual concerts — one in the fall and another in the spring.

  • JustPeace

    A sign for peace.

    JustPeace is a platform for students to discuss social issues and take part in community service projects, based on the principles of our founder, Saint John Baptist de La Salle.

  • Lasallian Collegians

    Lasallian Collegians present a poster advertising the organization.
    Lasallian Collegians combine their love of Manhattan College with a drive to engage in faith, service and community. Members can attend various retreats that strategize ways to embody our Lasallian heritage, and organize events year-round.
  • 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.

  • Logos

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    Logos is an annual academic journal dedicated to the liberal arts.
  • Management Club

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    The Management Club hosts meetings, guest speaker events and panels that invite alumni and other management professionals to share their experience as managers. The club also forges a network that connects students with alumni and potential employers.

  • Manhattan Magazine

    Issues of Manhattan Magazine.
    Manhattan Magazine is an student-produced publication dedicated to highlighting student artwork, poetry, photography, short stories and more.
  • MC-TV

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    Manhattan College Television (MC-TV), Channel 37 on the College's cable network, operates as a student-run television station. The MC-TV student club both runs the channel and produces programming.

  • Mini Baja

    An off-road vehicle designed and built by College students.

    The Mini Baja club competes in the Baja SAE, an annual intercollegiate design competition run by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).

  • Music Ministry

    Altar servers hold a cross in the chapel.
    Students of all faiths are encouraged to join Music Ministry, an ensemble of piano players, organists, trained cantors, guitar players, woodwinds and percussion that perform together at College masses.
  • 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.

  • New York Water Environmental Association

    Bird's eye view of New York City.

    The Manhattan College chapter of this organization hosts panel discussions, guest lectures and symposiums, as well as other events to increase students' awareness of environmental issues.

  • Orchestra

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    String, brass and woodwind musicians are invited to join the Manhattan College Orchestra. This group performs a concert each semester and plays a varied symphonic repertoire.

  • Pep Band

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    As part of the Spirit Squad, the Manhattan College Pep Band leads hundreds of screaming fans in spirited renditions of their favorite Top 40 hits during home men's and women's basketball games, post-season play and special tournaments.

  • Pipes and Drums

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    If green is Manhattan College's signature color, then its signature sound is the bagpipes, a musical tradition our Pipes and Drums band has carried on with flair since 1981.

  • Players

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    Aspiring Broadway stars finesse their performance skills with the Manhattan College Players, a student-led ensemble of actors and singers who put on a play in the fall and a musical in the spring, along with cabarets each semester.

  • Project Rousseau

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    Project Rousseau is an organization that facilitates one-on-one mentoring between college and high school students.

  • Psychology Club

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    The Psychology Club promotes interest, awareness and advancement in the field of psychology.

  • Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

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    The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is a pre-professional student organization that allows students to build lasting relationships and gain experience in the public relations field.

  • Quadrangle Student Newspaper

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    See what it's like to work in a real newsroom at The Quadrangle, where students can take on a number of roles related to the production of the college newspaper.

  • Resident Student Association

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    This group advocates for students living on campus regarding food complaints, residence hall problems, parking problems, meal plan disputes and other issues that come up.

  • Sanctus Artem

    Students spectate an exhibit of photographs.
    Sanctus Artem is a club focused on visual, performing, and literary arts and is open to all students who are passionate about creating and appreciating art in today's world.
  • Scatterbomb

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    Scatterbomb is Manhattan's student-run improvisational comedy troupe.

  • Silver Wings

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    Silver Wings is a national co-ed, professional organization dedicated to creating proactive, knowledgeable, and effective civic leaders through community service and education about national defense.

  • Singers

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    The Singers is Manhattan College's hallmark choir, made up of students, faculty, staff and alumni members.

  • SoNYC: Slice of New York City

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    To live in New York City is to experience it. Joining Slice of New York City (SoNYC) is your passport to all things Manhattan and beyond, from its tantalizing treats to majestic views of the metropolitan area.

  • SHPE: Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

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    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.

  • SWE: Society of Women Engineers

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    The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) provides women an environment in which to achieve success in engineering, both academically and professionally.

  • SASA: South Asian Student Association

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

  • Student Government

    Student Government
    Student Government members play an active role in campus life, from planning events to advocating for the student body on issues that affect the College community at large.
  • SVO: Student Veterans Organization

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    The Student Veterans Organization recognizes the unique challenges that veterans face in their transition to both civilian and academic life.