The Accounting Club promotes friendships among men and women with common interest in accounting. It promotes further practical ideals and applications of accounting and general business operations through workshops hosted by industry professionals, accounting studies, field trips, and social events.
Alpha Beta Gamma
The Alpha Beta Gamma Club is an International Business Honors Society that recognizes and encourages scholarship among junior and community college students in business and related curricula at accredited two-year colleges. It provides an opportunity for the development of leadership and service, fosters an intellectual climate and forums for exchange of ideas, provides lively fellowship for scholars, and strives towards the stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
American Jewish Friendship Club
The American Jewish Friendship Club encourages social and intellectual interchange among students who wish to explore the principles and practices of Judaism and to learn about the Jewish religion, its origins and history, beliefs, practices and traditions, from ancient times to the 21st century. It provides an opportunity for the development of leadership and service, while fostering a respectful intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and stimulation of
interests in religions and culture. It encourages students to be more sensitive to: the diversified heritage of all people who they will encounter in their social and professional lives and be more open-minded, tolerant, patient, understanding and wise.
The Art Club develops and encourages knowledge and appreciation of art in the campus community; encourages creativity and an understanding of the creative process; shares interesting and imaginative activities with members of the campus community; promotes and celebrates both intercultural and artistic diversity on campus; performs outreach activities to communities and develops mentorship opportunities for Art Club members with young people interested in art; provides leadership
opportunities for art majors, recognizing the importance of leadership skills in the arts as well as in other disciplines; and participates in exhibitions, events, programs and initiatives of the Visual Arts Program.
Behavioral/Social Science Club
The Behavioral/Social Science Club fosters awareness and appreciation of the behavioral and social sciences. It informs students about current issues in behavioral and social sciences.
Black Students’ Union
The Black Students’ Union (BSSU) serves as an organization that encourages student development through diversity, academics, and social services. The purpose of the Black Student Union is to enhance student life ethnically, intellectually, politically and socially. The organization also promotes a general awareness and appreciation for African American culture and experiences. The venue of this club is to serve as a bridge to make achievable the cross pollination and enrichment of
cultural life at WCC.
Body and Brain Club
The Body and Brain Club promotes health, happiness and peace through integrated mind and body training. Using the medium of energy Martial Arts, Energy Yoga and Chakra training to develop a strong and integrated physical body as well as a clear and sharp mind to discover the amazing power of self-healing, thus to better ourselves in all that we do.
The Christian Fellowship Club provides a forum for informal Bible discussions. It brings people together to talk.
Computer Information Systems
The CIS Club provides students with information emphasizing the importance of the use of computers in all fields of business. It helps students understand the benefits of computer knowledge by increasing the computer knowledge of students.
The Club Jamaica promotes cultural awareness about Caribbean culture and topical issues. Through various activities, this club exposes the Westchester community to the many factors of Caribbean life so that they can fell apart of the Caribbean style. This club provides a forum for students to network, share ideas, educate, support, strengthen and socialize through cultural and educational events. This club also participates in several outreach programs.
The Dance Club explores different dance forms. The dance form or forms studied each semester are selected by the members. The members participate in master dance classes taught by guest professional teachers, on-going dance projects, and performances by the dance club at end-of-semester workshops at the WCC theatre.
Delta Epsilon Chi ( DECA) Fashion Club
The Delta Epsilon Chi (DECA) Club is affiliated with the Junior Collegiate Division of the Distributive Education Clubs of America. On both regional (North Atlantic)
The Drama Club mounts theatrical productions that further students’ thespian edification and educational experience while providing a cultural service to the broader campus. It provides workshops and seminars in the area of theatre arts to expand the educational opportunities provided at the college. It also provides theatrically based social and entertainment opportunities for the members of the club.
Early Childhood Club
The Early Childhood Club brings students in the Early Childhood Curriculum together to discuss current issues related to children, families, and teaching. It also has a mentoring group for students in Early Childhood courses and Field work.
The Ecology Club promotes friendships among men and women of common interests with varied backgrounds to seek a healthy relationship with our environment.
El Club Hispano Americano (E.C.H.A.)
El Club Hispano Americano promotes and motivates friendship among people who share a common interest by embracing Hispanic backgrounds and encourages leadership skills by promoting and motivating club members to get involved in school-related activities as well as cultural, intellectual, and social events. It promotes a higher awareness of the issues concerning Latino communities and how they affect us in our relations with others; to gain, share, and learn from our experiences.
E.C.H.A. has provided students with many opportunities to engage in cultural and social activities.
The Electronic Club provides opportunities for the students and faculty in the club to work together in the pursuit of common interests and goals. It provides a liaison between students and the job markets to introduce students to various industries to which they can be apart of, upon graduation, through field trips to facilities and guest speakers from the industry. The club members perform various functions of an electronics technician that are not covered in classes, such as, the use of computers as a design took, prototype fabrication, and troubleshooting skills. In addition, this club provides an outreach to the campus community by showing how electronic can be used for practical purposes and provides a vehicle into which new students can enter the electronic program.
Foods and Nutrition Club
The Food and Nutrition Club promotes friendships among people who have common interests with common or varied backgrounds. It promotes involvement in a school related organization in hope of learning and gaining new experiences through meeting and working together.
WCC Future Educators Club
WCC Future Educators Club enables students who are preparing for careers in education to explore personal and professional issues related to their future careers. It provides fellowship, mentoring, support, networking, advisement, and other pertinent resources and opportunities to assist students in preparing for future teaching careers.
Future Nurses Club
The Future Nurses Club promotes friendship among men and women who have common interest in Nursing. It incorporates interest in education and promotes community awareness of health care through working together and meetings.
Geology and Astronomy Club
The Geology and Astronomy Club creates an enjoyable and engaging environment for students to learn more about the Earth, planets, and Universe with real-life experiences. Members have the ability to explore the natural world around them by participating in discussions and/or investigations of current events and topics related to global earthquakes through seismogram interpretations; field techniques, such as mapping geological structures, and geological history of New York;
methodologies for viewing astronomical phenomena; and, considerations of “life in the Universe”, coastal construction and rebuilding New Orleans, global climate change.
The Green Team Club
The Green Team Club enlightens and broadens students’ knowledge, understanding, acceptance and importance of energy and natural resources conservation and the development, utilization and integration of alternatives into the construction and other technological industries. It unites student of all technological and other various disciplines exposing the members or project management experience, alternative energy sources, non pollution of the atmosphere, the use of recycled
materials, and other green building technological advancements in the construction (building) industry. Achievement of these goals are through establishing a networking environment and introducing the students to the latest technological advancements in green building technology and other technology disciplines through research, conferences, manufacturers’ presentation and off site visits; and, working on small individual college, community and/or county based projects using green building technology and/or alternative
advancements in other various technological disciplines.
Health and Fitness Club
The Health and Fitness Club assists and encourages all students to achieve and maintain good physical fitness. It emphasizes the importance of regular physical activity, nutrition, and fitness participation by giving members an understanding of good health and fitness concepts that will allow them to develop and improve their health and fitness most efficiently.
Human Rights Union
Amnesty International is a Nobel Prize winning grassroots activist organization with over 1.8 million members worldwide. Amnesty International undertakes research and action focused on preventing and ending grave abuses of the rights physical and mental integrity, freedom of conscience and expression, and freedom from discrimination, within the context of its work to promote all human rights. The WCC chapter of Amnesty International is devoted to raising and increasing awareness of
human rights abuses worldwide and to give students a forum for discussion and action on human right issues.
Human Services Club
The Human Services Club promotes awareness of the Human Services curriculum the Human Services field’s commitment to community activism. Its goals are achieved through increased community service and campus activity involvement.
The Italian Club promotes and preserves the culture, language, customs, traditions, folklore, and food of Italy; helps to acquire a better understanding and appreciation of the Italian heritage; and promotes the significant contribution of Italians and Italian-Americans in the United States. This club provides the opportunity for students to meet new people and enrich their lives with many cultural activities. This club has raised over $500,000.00 in scholarships.
International Friendship Club
The International Friendship Club provides an opportunity for international students to meet, relate to, and connect with other students from different countries and to socialize with other club members. It celebrates all cultures and traditions to not only foster tolerance and understanding, but to help overcome troubles, fears and anxieties accompanied with studying abroad. It also generates information on issues important to international students, such as visa, working and
housing, transfer, and scholarship opportunities.
Lambda Alpha Epsilon – Criminal Justice Club - Theta Psi Omega Chapter
The Lambda Alpha Epsilon – Theta Psi Omega Chapter – Criminal Justice Club fosters an association with the agencies of criminal justice and the institution of higher education. Through its fraternal association and contacts, it promotes a greater understanding of the criminal justice system and how it operates. It promotes understanding of the professional diversification and specialization within criminal justice system and better communication between these agencies. It aids and
encourages the expansion of higher education and to provide a unified voice for students of criminal justice in all matters of professional concern to them.
The Law Society
The Law Society creates and perpetuates a league of students who have dedicated themselves to the purpose of scholarship at law. This club provides for a better understanding of various areas of law, such as civil rights and appellate practice, by introducing and providing guest speakers who are experts in the areas of civil rights, litigation, “Blue Sky Laws, appellate practice and intellectual property. It provides a forum for students with common interests, in the spirit of
fraternity and justice.
LOGOS: WCC Philosophy Club
The LOGOS: WCC Philosophy Club provides a context for a group of people to sincerely engage in the activity of philosophy, that is, the activity of raising and trying to give rational answers to fundamental and comprehensive questions about ourselves and the world. It achieves its goals through the discussion of ideas and the evaluating of arguments from both those in the group and those who have made important contributions to the history of philosophy.
Martial Arts Club
The Martial Arts Club promotes friendships among people who have common interests with common or varied backgrounds. It promotes involvement in a school related organization in hopes of learning and gaining new experiences.
WCC Math Club
The WCC Math Club promotes the enjoyment of mathematics by participating in math competitions/contests, conferences, and membership in the Mu Alpha Theta.
Medical Science Society
The Medical Sciences Club promotes career development and disseminate health-related information to members of the community and to the general population of Westchester Community College.
United Nations Team
The United Nations Team promotes increased awareness of the purpose, structures, and the inner workings of the United Nations. Its mission is to provide the students with information and analysis to develop a greater understanding and appreciation of how international organizations function in today’s global order and to build skills in diplomacy and compromise.
The Music Club promotes friendships between men and women with varied backgrounds who have common interests in the field of music.
New Media Group
The New Media Group offers WCC students an opportunity to meet other fellow students from various programs. Club members are able to discuss, produce, and collaborate on projects to better understand the interdisciplinary skills needed for the New Media industries.
The Office Technologies Club promotes a better understanding of the office technology field and its opportunities among men and women in the business field.
Pens In Motion Club
The Pens In Motion Club promotes friendships among people who have common interests with common or varied backgrounds. It encourages writing outside the classroom setting, and to learn from each other. It lends a foundation for support and criticism of its members to induce growth as writers and improve our overall communication skills. Members’ growth development will also be supported by workshops, speakers and club trips.
Phi Theta Kappa – Alpha Iota Omicron Chapter
The Phi Theta Kappa – Alpha Iota Omicron Chapter encourages, develops, recognizes, and rewards leadership service, knowledge, fellowship and honor. It encourages members to strive to be leaders with remarkable poise, confidence and a desire to cross boundaries, bring people together, and explore different experiences and beliefs in a mutually respectful environment.
The Philosophia Society provides opportunities for students in the Honors Program to meet and work together in the pursuit of common interests and goals. It provides an outreach between the Program and the campus community in order to recruit new students to the Program.
The Philosophy Club provides a context for people to sincerely engage in the activity of philosophy, that is, the activity of raising and trying to give rational answers to fundamental and comprehensive questions about ourselves and the world by discussing ideas and evaluating arguments from the members and those who have made important contributions to the history philosophy.
Professional Engineers Society
The Professional Engineers Society promotes and stimulates exposes and broadens students knowledge, awareness, and understanding of the engineering field and industry. It provides an environment where new, creative and cutting edge techniques and methodologies are discussed, investigated, and experimented. These goals are accomplished by establishing a networking environment to introduce the students to the latest technological advancements in the engineering industry and other
related technological disciplines through research, conferences, manufacturers’ presentations and off site visits; by working on specialized college, community or county based projects with various established engineering departments and/or companies; and by networking with the engineering industry and the engineering associations to obtain mentors, memberships, scholarship funds, internship positions and other various employment opportunities.
The Psychology Club promotes and fosters an understanding and appreciation of the science of psychology by informing students about current research and directions in the field of psychology as well as careers
The Radiology Club promotes friendship among men and women who have common interest in Radiology.
Respiratory Therapy Club
The Respiratory Care Club prepares students for the professional challenges of respiratory therapy. It recruits people into the growing profession of respiratory care.
Restaurant Management Club
The Restaurant Management Club provides opportunities for all students to participate in activities that will increase their awareness about the food service industry; provide networking with professional associations, trade shows, and alumni; provide tours, experiences and presentations in diverse segments of the hospitality industry. Students will collaborate with other clubs to share their skills and to be part of campus activities. Students will also actively engage in service
activities which will provide enrichment and rewarding experiences and development of professionalism.
Ski Club & Adventures Club
The Ski Club promotes friendships among men and women of varied backgrounds who have common interests in skiing.
The Speakers Club explores various speaking situations. It brings in guest speakers, holds speech competitions, and discusses commercial articles.
The Transfer Club
The WCC Transfer Club gives WCC students an opportunity to learn about steps and/or procedures involved in transferring to a four-year institution and to make this information more accessible. This club plans and organizes field trips throughout the academic year so students may visit prospective colleges and universities on a first hand basis and/or plans and organizes activities which include scheduling college representatives or alumni to speak to WCC students about their own
transfer experiences. It assists Transfer Counselors in the compilation and in the dissemination of financial aid, scholarships, grants and other monetary resources available to students desiring to transfer. In addition, the organization of existing articulation (transfer) agreements with four-year colleges is also a function of the Transfer club.
Urban Poets Society
The Unified Lyricist Club creates a club in which all aspects of the music industry come together; where men and women, M.C., singers, DJ, Producers and Promoters join and help develop each other talents. It is a club where talent, skills, and support come together. The goal of this club is to develop and educate the talented artist of WCC by working with them on vocals, lyrics, and performance delivery, and by featuring established artist to perform and provide workshops. Members
will be educated on how to self promote and enhance their gift and will showcase their talents at specialized events.
The Video Club promotes friendships among people who have common interests with common or varied backgrounds. It promotes involvement in a school related organization in hopes of learning and gaining new experiences.
The WARY Radio is a club that is also a radio station. With its frequency that spans a ten mile radius in Valhalla and the Lower Hudson Valley, it reaches a mixed demographic audience of 500,000. It is a multi format which includes a talk show format with former Supreme Court Justice, John DiBlasi, speaking on politics and current events and a variety of popular music formats.
Women’s Forum Student Connection
The Women’s Forum Student Connection Club promotes supportive connections among students of diverse backgrounds who share common interests. It eases and enhances the campus experience of adult women students at WCC.