Clubs and Organizations

We encourage students to take advantage of a number of on-campus student clubs to pursue personal interests, meet other students, and hone professional skills. There are many benefits to being involved in student organizations. In general, such students achieve higher grades, develop better leadership and organizational skills, have more friends, and feel more connected to the college. The following clubs were active at the time of publication:

  • Art Club
  • Bacchus Wine Society
  • Baking & Pastry Arts Society
  • Black Culinarian Society
  • Coscious Palatte
  • Culinary Christian Fellowship
  • Diversity Club
  • Menus of Change Club
  • Hospitality Management Club
  • Jewish Student Union
  • Judiciary Board
  • SAGA (Alliance)
  • Student Government Association
  • SPICE (Student Programming Igniting Campus Entertainment)
  • Student Veteran Association
  • Table Top Gaming Club
  • Whiskey Club (Pending Club)

To join one of these organizations, or if studentsĀ are interested in forming a new club, please contact the Student Activities Office at 845-451-1400.