Clubs & Organizations
Check out our list of Clubs and Organizations:
- Accounting Society
- Active Minds Club
- Alpha Phi Delta
- African Cultural Club
- Alpha Sigma Sorority
- Anime Club
- Asian Students Association
- Caribbean Students Association
- Chemistry Club
- Christian Club
- College Choir
- Criminal Justice and Sociology Club
- Dance Team
- Eastern European Club
- Economics Society
- Education Society
- English Club
- Entrepreneurs Club
- Environment Club
- Finance Club
- Greenhouse and Environmental Club
- Girl Up
- Honors Club
- Information Technology Club
- Italian American Historical Society
- Investment Club
- Kappa Theta Nu
- Latin-American Society
- LGBTQ Club
- Make a Difference Club
- Math Club
- Muslim Students Association
- Model United Nations Club
- Mu Sigma Upsilon
- My Brother's Keeper Club
- Philosophy Club
- Photography Club
- Pre-Medical and Health Professions Club
- Psi Chi
- Psychology Club
- Scandinavian Club
- Science and Botanical Society
- Sigma Beta Delta
- St. Thomas More Pre-Law Society
- Students Against Racism
- Student Government Association
- Tau Kappa Epsilon
- Zeta Gamma Delta
The Dance Team’s goal is to promote, educate and teach dance to the students of SFC in an effort to inspire them to become more well-rounded individuals. We dance at home men’s and women’s basketball games during half-time and time-outs as well as for other athletic teams and during numerous school events.
Meets: Monday and Wednesday in Room 5221
The Eastern European Club introduces St. Francis College students to the history, art, food, and traditions of the various countries in Eastern Europe. EEC brings together students of Eastern European descent to foster appreciation of the cultures and to raise awareness of issues concerning the region.
The EEC hosts an annual Eastern European movie film festival and organizes trips aimed at experiencing the culture of New York City, like seeing a Broadway show, visiting museums, enjoying music, eating at restaurants, and taking in other cultural attractions and events. The club is open to anyone interested in the European continent.
Composed of students who plan careers in education. The group sponsors various community-related events for underprivileged children. These events help promote educational and social growth in the children and provide the club members with field experience.
Assist St. Francis College students in finding a suitable route to a career in finance and make them part of a strong social and professional network. The Finance Club sponsors career development programs and club relationships with members of the financial community. The club also promotes communication with St. Francis College alumni in finance careers, and fosters an environment among students that encourages continuous learning and discovery of recent trends and developments within the field of investment banking and corporate finance.
The Latin American Society seeks to foster an interest in Spanish culture at St. Francis College through lectures, movies, outings, and its most noted function, the Spanish Fiesta. The Latin American Society allows a place for students of Spanish descent to meet one another and bring the Spanish community together. The club is mostly represented by students from Central and South America and students who share an interest in Spanish culture. The club aims to establish links between Spanish alumni, professors, and students.
Meets: Thursdays in Room 3403
The Make a Difference Club on campus is a community service based club that focuses on raising awareness for an array of causes. Since we’re a Franciscan institution, it is important to have SFC members and faculty take part in volunteering in order to create a sense of community, teach compassion, promote personal growth and encourage civic responsibility. We achieve this by designating every month with a different awareness, i.e. October- Domestic Violence Awareness, November- Diabetes Awareness, and December- M.A.D Grateful in partnership with New York Cares. Monthly events include, awareness walks, donations, and fundraising within the school. Our biggest goal is to bring the “Big Event” to the St. Francis College community. The Big Event has become somewhat of a national phenomenon at a number of colleges and universities throughout the United States. It originated at Texas A&M University in 1982 when six student felt the need to give back to the community.
The Make a Difference club meets every second and fourth Monday of every month during Activity Period (12:20-1:55pm). For the latest information regarding the club’s events follow us on Instagram @SFCMakeADifference
The Model United Nations Club aims to stimulate and encourage students to think critically and discuss political issues that affect the world. The club also tris to create a sense of community within a group of diverse students and works towards a shared common interest. The Model UN hosts and coordinates events such as food, clothing and book drives, and other events to raise money to benefit the community and provide club members with educational field trips.
Meets: Mondays in Room 5402
The Poorman’s Roundtable is a weekly, friendly forum for philosophical exchanges. Faculty members and students engage in lively discussions, and take turns giving presentations on a variety of philosophical topics.
The national honor society in psychology, Psi Chi, serves to recognize psychology as a diverse science by encouraging students to develop research and clinical interests, attend regional and national conventions, and become familiar with academic and clinical settings in the metropolitan area. PsyClub@sfc.edu
The Psychology Club seeks to further interest in psychology through means of guest lecturers, field trips, and pre-professional research.
We bring students who are interested in psychology together to discuss various topics such as current events in psychology, applying to graduate school, and what classes to take each semester. The Psychology Club is open to all students interested in psychology to help form relationships and friendships and a place where students can openly discuss and share their views and opinions as they pertain to psychology.
Meets: Monday and Wednesdays in Room 7221
The Student Government Association acts as a sounding board for all student interests, while at the same time assuming the task of providing efficient and productive leadership for the student body. The SGA aims to facilitate student communication, to coordinate and encourage student participation, to provide a means for responsible and effective student participation in appropriate decision-making processes of the College, to further student welfare and interests, to ensure justice for all students, and to coordinate all these into one main objective - that of a more complete educational experience.
Meets: Mondays, Room 4402
Founded in 1925, the Troupers is the College's dramatic organization. The members act, produce, and direct several full-length and one-act plays each year. Guests from the professional theater demonstrate techniques at meetings. Its aims are not only cultural and literary, but also practical since it offers experience in theater arts. The Troupers perform every semester.