Join a professional group. Make the world a better place. Grab your dancing shoes. Connect with others who share your passion. We have a club for every interest. Good news - everyone is included! And if you think of something new, start your own. We are IN!
Professional and Career Clubs
Build on classroom learning with a club in your area of study. Meet thought-leaders and gain real-world insights.
Allied Health Club
You'll design, implement, and evaluate health education/health promotion programs, working to reduce health disparities and improve the quality of life for Monroe students and community residents.
Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)
Students from all cultural backgrounds receive help with professional development and access to a nationwide network of professional members and corporate partners while connecting with other students.
Club for Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO)
Dive into the business world through networking events, career awareness fairs, community events, and company conferences, and see how to promote unity and social responsibility in business.
Criminal Justice Club
Get an inside look at various criminal justice organizations through guest speakers, field experiences, and community involvement. Delve into criminal justice issues, be mentored by experts, and learn about career opportunities.
Information Technology Student Association (ITSA) Club
Students participate in networking opportunities like computer shows and other tech events, lead workshops for non-technology students, and volunteer their services to local businesses.
Monroe College Student Nurses Association
Develop leadership skills through our networking and support system for nursing students.
National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA)
Get involved with leaders shaping the future of the accounting and finance professions and expanding the influence of minorities in the field.
National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)
Connect with fellow students, develop leadership skills, and help each other succeed as you work on initiatives to improve the world.
Expand upon your legal courses with field experience in criminal justice and the law as you develop study skills and prepare for law school.
Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA)
As part of this leading association in the meetings and convention industry, you'll share in educational and networking opportunities.
Community Service Clubs
Reach out to the greater Monroe community with activities that allow you to help others as you grow.
ABC Education Club
Design projects that foster educational access for children in the local community and abroad as you develop a strong peer network with fellow Monroe students.
Human Services Club
Work on projects that strengthen ties between the Monroe community and NYC human services organizations. You’ll create pathways for meaningful projects and career opportunities for all our students.
Be a force on campus, strengthen your leadership skills, and create events that grow school spirit with the Student Activities Office's "Creative, Reliable, Enthusiastic Workers."
Student Veterans of America
Develop programs and policies that help student veterans succeed in the transition to college and advocate for them at state and national levels.
Discover your creative side no matter what your major field of study is. You'll learn life lessons as you explore and develop new talents.
The Animation Club
Master application design, 3D animation, coding, and Adobe software. Beyond creative, these are skills that can set you apart in many industries.
The Monroe College Music Club is the perfect place to exercise your vocal cords and train to perform at a college concert.
If you're into percussive dance, join the troupe and become a "show-stopping stepper."
The Monroe Dance Company
Explore many forms of dance and perform at various events on campus. Workshops and professional classes help you excel.
The Monroe Readers
Develop a lifelong love of reading for pleasure. You’ll discuss novels, short stories, nonfiction, and articles to enhance intellect, social skills, empathy, and imagination.
Is there a Maya Angelou or Toni Morrison within you, yearning to write that great novel? Or perhaps you’re a composer of songs, like Prince or Jay Z. Maybe your voice is the spoken word, like Sarah Kay or Jefferson Bethke. Then the this writers’ club is the “write” fit for you.
The Rainbow Alliance Group
Through meetings and discussions, you’ll create a supportive college community free of discrimination and harassment based on gender or sexual identity. The group is open to all Monroe students.
Gaining life skills often happens when you connect and work with your peers on issues that are important to you as a person.
Career Ambassadors Club
Monroe College’s mission is to provide professional, career-oriented higher education to its students. This club strives to fulfill this mission by providing students with exclusive access to professional opportunities for development.
Monroe DIVAS — Dynamic, Inspiring, Vivacious, Ambitious Sisters
Hone the skills that will help you excel as a woman in today’s business world, including interviewing and salary negotiation. Explore workplace issues and avenues for self-development.
The Monroe College Debate Team
Develop your public speaking skills and ability to think critically and creatively in a fun way. Analyze past and current issues and dissect the meaning behind well-known court decisions.
Man To Man Discussion Group
This club's mission is to increase the abilities of minority male students — intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually — while encouraging their pursuit of educational excellence.