The Virtual Club Fair is an opportunity for students to meet club members and learn how to become involved with our clubs, organizations, and campus resources. Check out the listing below to see how you can get involved!
ABC Education Club
The ABC Education Club is a club for any students including non-education majors, whom 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, sharing educational ideas, and helping Monroe students develop a positive peer network where we motivate, support, and encourage each other to be our best selves. Join us as we empower each other to empower the students in our community. We hope to see you there!
Thursdays at 12:15 pm
Allied Health Professions Club
The goal of the Allied Health club is to motivate it's members in the development of professional and social skills. The Allied Health club use core values such as academic commitment, team work, positive attitude, respect and honesty as the driving force to engage students in achieving growth in their field of interest.
Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)
ALPFA’s mission is to help students of all cultural backgrounds enhance their knowledge about opportunities and trends in the fields of Accounting and Finance. Our club provides opportunities to network with professionals and potential employers, and understand the changing the trends in both job markets and businesses.
Mondays at 3:30 pm
Civics and Debate Club
The Civics and Debate Club at Monroe College College is a student-run organization that specializes in enhancing the understanding of student civic responsibility, public speaking and critical thinking. The club endeavors to teach students the art of debate and critical assessment of current issues. The club offers students the opportunity to speak freely, in a safe space about anything that is important to them.
Culinary Arts Club
Man to Man Discussion Group
Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today. The mission statement of man to man is to increase the abilities of the minority male college student intellctually, emotionally, and spiritually, while encouraging their pursuit of educational excellence.
Tuesdays at 12:15 pm
Monroe College Honors Program
The Honors Program provides a great opportunity for students who would like an extra challenge during their time at Monroe College. Honors students take a special curriculum of honors courses, participate in extracurricular activities, and have the ability to distinguish themselves at graduation. Please join our session to learn more about Honors at Monroe College!
Hospitality Student Association
The Hospitality Student Association is a student run club that provides opportunities for our members to gain additional knowledge in the Tourism, Hospitality, Baking/Pastry and Culinary Sectors. These goals will be accomplished through educational, social, career development, networking, outreach and other efforts.
Monroe College Investment Club (MCIC)
Media & Entertainment Club
The mission of the Media and Entertainment Club is to be a platform for students to gain information and discuss current issues. This is accomplished through our internet radio and video broadcast and panel discussions with guest speakers. In addition, we provide job information and opportunities.
Meeting ID: 714 4349 8649
National Society of Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH)
The NSMH Club prides itself on preparing minority students to be leaders in the hospitality industry. NSMH provides it’s members with a competitive advantage through programs and conferences, networking opportunities, scholarships, and career development services. NSMH is comprised of over 80 chapters at colleges and universities throughout the United States.
Tuesdays at 12:15 pm
Poetry and Drama
The Poetry and Drama clubs seek to attract members from all walks of life, cultures and talents to develop their performance-presentation skills, as well as, introduce new members to the different genres of theater and critical thinking of the genres of film and performance, and develop, introduce and nurture their talents (including poetry, rhythm and rhyme) to guest-artist, directors and performers, who often interact with the club members and organize guest- lectures and training workshops. Members don’t have to have particular experience to join the clubs but should have a love for theater, language and performance.
Fridays, Time: TBD
Rainbow Perspectives (LGBTQIA) Club
Monroe College Rainbow Perspectives is a student led club that brings together LGBTQ+ and allied individuals to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting community for all students regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The Club aims to raise awareness on issues impacting the LGBTQ+ community, serve as a vehicle for social change, and promote equity and inclusion for all students.
Fridays at 12:00 pm
The CEO Club
CEO, the Club for Entrepreneurial Opportunities, has a unique mission of ensuring that all students have a chance to pursue their entrepreneurial goals. By offering business workshops and seminars, we guide those who are interested in starting a small business realize their dreams. CEO strives to be the destination club for all students at Monroe College. We encourage our members to be actively involved in the club by attending weekly meetings, working with other club members to plan, market and execute our activities. We work closely with other clubs to promote a cooperative business environment for all Monroe Students to enjoy! Professor Jasmine Young, MBA currently advises an amazing group of student Entrepreneurs from all majors! The club has over 100 active members!
Tuesdays at 12:15 pm
Meeting ID: 719 4104 2560
The Law Society
The Law Society has been formed to encourage students who seek to balance the scales between their academic requirements & their social development. This will enable students to set career goals as well as get involved with the community, in regards to social and educational issues. This will promote self-esteem, diversity and conflict resolution which are skills required to for a positive student environment, as well as life after graduation.
Tuesdays at 12:00 pm
The Scribes Writing Club
Is there is a budding writer within you? A soulful poet? A fierce, lyrical voice yearning to break free? Then, The Scribes Writing Club, is the place for you! Join us on Thursdays at 3 pm via Zoom. Claim this safe, creative space for your voice! Whether she is the voice of the poet; or he is the songwriter; or they are the short story writer. Come write the novel with us. Brainstorm the next comic book; write and perform the next YouTube sensation of slamming spoken word poetry. You are welcomed!
Thursdays at 3:00 pm
Meeting ID: 827 891 7376
Monroe Caribbean Student Association
Monroe Caribbean Student Association aim to create a home away from home for Caribbean students; in order to make our experience at Monroe College the best experience. We aim to achieve this by creating a welcoming environment, communicating effectively with students and educating interested persons about the Caribbean culture.
Office of Disabilities Services/504
Monroe College is accessible to students with disabilities and admits those students whose credentials demonstrate they have the motivation and capabilities to successfully pursue their academic goals at the college. All students with disabilities have access to a Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities on each campus. Join our session to learn more about the services we provide students.
Career Ambassador Club
The Career Ambassador club is made up of three advisors and a diverse group of hardworking, fun, intellectual students who study various majors. Our club prides itself on professional development, which includes attending career development workshops, corporate fields trips and organizing campus wide career readiness events. By joining this club members gain coaching/ mentorship, network with employers, develop interviewing, presentation skills and public speaking skills.
Student Activities Committee (New Rochelle Campus)
The Student Activities Committee consists of a diverse group of student leaders whose purpose is to help the Student Activities Office plan and execute student events and activities. The goal of the Committee is to enhance the college experience for students, by offering a wide variety of educational and entertainment programs geared toward meeting the diverse needs of the student body.
Jumpstart is a national early education organization working toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. We provide language, literacy, and social-emotional programming for preschool children from under-resourced communities and promote quality early learning for all children. Join us to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. Learn more and apply at www.jstart.org/apply.
Residence Halls Student Association
The Residence Hall Association is a representative body devoted to enhancing the residential and collegiate experience for all residential students. The club serves as the liaison between the resident students and the Residence Life Department. The club provides an outlet for resident students to express their creativity, by planning amazing programs and activities for social and educational growth - to strengthen community within our residence halls.
Next Chapter Book Club
Caribbean Student Association
The Caribbean Student Association is a student led club, that represents the diverse population of the Caribbean Community at Monroe College. The goal of the club is to raise the level of awareness in the College Community and by extension the neighboring communities, of the cultural diversity of all Caribbean countries represented at the College. We encourage all students from all backgrounds who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the Caribbean culture to join.
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
Strives to bridge the opportunity gap for black professionals in the fields of accounting and finance. To promote the accounting profession and to foster interaction among professional accounting organizations, students and faculty/staff.
The mission of Monroe Divas is to educate and empower women as they navigate the difference spaces they occupy. Our goal as a collective is to provide a space where we can come together to discuss issues that affect individuals that identify as women, students, parents, partners, daughters, mothers, etc... To encourage dialogues that promote education, character development, intellectual pursuits, self-knowledge, emotional well-being and friendship. Each one, teach one.
The Sports Club
Club Fair Frequently Asked Questions
When and where will the club fair take place?
The club fair will be held Tuesday, September 29th virtually between the hours of 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
How can I access the club fair?
Each club/organization will have their own link for you to visit for the fair. Check out our club listing to see what club/organization you would like to learn more information about.
Is it mandatory for me to attend the club fair?
No, attending the club fair is not mandatory. However, the club fair is a great way to get involved with the Monroe College community and a great way to meet new people while practicing social distance protocols.
Why are there two sessions for the club fair?
We wanted to offer two different times for the club fair to meet the needs of your schedule. If you cannot make it to the club fair at 12pm, feel free to come and visit the club at 5:30pm. We will review the same content in both sessions.
Is there a limit on how many clubs I can join?
No, there is no limit on the amount of clubs you can join.
Is it possible for me to start my own club?
Yes, it is possible for students to start their own club. Interested New Rochelle students should contact The Office of Residence Life located in Main Hall and Bronx students should contact Alyssia Green, Student Activities Office located in King Hall to be informed of the necessary protocols.
Is there a fee associated with joining the clubs on campus?
No, there are no fees associated with going to club meetings. However, some clubs who are affiliated with organizations may require an annual fee to be considered an official member.