Student clubs and organizations are a fun and vital part of the BMCC experience. They are chartered to serve the diverse needs and interests of our students. They are avenues for forming friendships, cultural expression, skill development or aiding you in your future career.

The room numbers are in parenthesis next to the name of each club. The clubs are only in these rooms during Club Hours on Wednesdays 2pm-4pm.

Contact the Office of Student Activities if you have any questions about clubs.

It is for all Latinos to utilize as a tool in order to further develop then grasp of the Spanish language and culture. Furthermore, it is also a platform in which all may express their points of view whether it is through written works only accepted in Spanish/Spanglish, or art and photography, which is published in its publication of Acentós Latinos Magazine. It will promote and support all materials submitted, as long as it is written in Spanish/Spanglish and addresses Latin culture.


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The African Student Association mission is to bring all African descendants as one no matter where they are from to promote African culture
The purpose of the Accounting club is to provide information and advice about accounting both here at BMCC and in the world beyond. Our goal is to build a networking platform between our club members and the four year colleges like Baruch, John Jay and Long island University (L.I.U.) to name a few. We also want to build bridges to CPA firms and industry insiders who can help students become a highly paid and a great Accountant we know you can be!
To provide an instructional/recreational environment for those whom have an interest in chess, allowing for personal development of logic and reasoning. Exercising of these attributes will remain with their readers for a lifetime and can be applied to life skills.
The Business Enterprise Club is purposed with bringing students information and activities on all things that deal with entrepreneurship. It prepares students for careers in Business by teaching them various skills which they will carry on after their tenure at BMCC.
The XAE-Gamma Nu Chapter at BMCC is a nationally recognized group of students who have achieved and maintained high academic standards. The club will honor and promote high academic achievement and foster increased communication among its members and the student’s body.
The purpose of the club is to promote interaction among College Discovery Program students and all students attending Borough of Manhattan Community College
The Health and Wellness student club aims to promote awareness of health issues among students and to provide opportunities that support healthy behaviors. In addition, students provide peer support to each other while trying to achieve these health goals and may even become interested in studying for and choosing a health career

The goals of this club are to provide members with the opportunity to:
1. Develop and perform theatrical presentations
2. Learn about acting, directing, technical theatre, and careers in theatre, TV and film
3. Promote theatre attendance among members and all BMCC students at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center
4. Attend theatre and theatre-related activities outside of the college

The purpose of this organization is to gain hands on experience in travel and tourism sector. To achieve this, students will benefit by visiting a number of exciting locations each semester. Students are expected to benefit from these trips, by becoming more educated about different cultures, and learning about travel, tourism, and hospitality

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