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Clubs and Organizations

Activity/Outing Club Environmental Science Club Nursing Club
Art Club Equality Alliance Club Phi Theta Kappa
Business Club Human Services Club PSY in Film & Music
Cheerleaders Honor Student Association Science Club
Christian Students Club International Club Sci-Fi Anime Club
College Chorale Kendo Club Student Activities Board
Criminal Justice Club Knit/Crochet Club Student Ambassador Program
Drama Club Math Club Veterans Club
Music Club

Activity/Outing Club

Advisors: Angela M. Alphonso

Meetings: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month in 207H from 12-1pm

The Activity/Outing Club provides fun, recreational, and educational activities and outings for student members. They promote fitness, wellness, and healthy lifestyle choices across campus and in the greater community.

Art Club

Advisor: Ian M. Burcroff

The art club consists of students who share a fondness of going to museums, Broadway performances and experiencing cultural events by traveling to major cities through the Atlantic and New England regions. Each semester our organization plans a weekend stay-over to places such as New York City, Boston, or Montreal. A listing of the fine arts venues and attractions that the art club has visited include: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, the Cloisters, Museum of Natural Science, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, New England Aquarium, Notre Dame Cathedral, Biodome, Musee Des Beaux Arts. No artistic ability is required to become a member, only an interest in experiencing the “cultural cornucopia” that is part of our geographic locale.

Business Club

Advisor: Jeffrey S. Chase

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Advisor: Lauren D. Currie

The cheerleading team was formed in the fall of 2008 to promote a positive attitude and environment at games. Their goal is to help bring pride to CCC and to increase attendance at athletic games. They are off to a strong start, and hope to participate in a cheering competition in the near future.

Christian Students Club of Clinton Community College

Wanda J. Haby

The purpose of this club is to promote Christian spiritual formation and fellowship.

College Chorale

Advisor: Saundra K. Stortz

Meetings Times and Location: Mondays and Fridays from noon to 12:50 in Room 104T

College Chorale is the chorus of Clinton Community College. Students gain experience in singing, music reading, and performance. The Chorale performs for all Commencement exercises and for other ceremonial events as they occur. Chorale presents a concert on campus every semester. Students who join this chorus enroll for MUS 110 and receive one credit hour for participation. Students may enroll for credit for two semesters for a total of two credits.

Criminal Justice Club

Advisors: Catherine K. Eloranto and John A. Mockry

Meeting Time: First Wednesday of the month at 12 noon in room 309M

The Criminal Justice Club is a community-based club open to any Clinton Community College student, though most of the members are Criminal Justice majors. The club is involved in many campus and off-campus community activities throughout the year.

Drama Club

Advisor: Gina Lindsey

Meetings: Wednesdays at noon Stafford Theater

Your Drama Club presents one full-length production each semester in our 170+ seat theatre in the Stafford Center for the Arts, Science and Technology. The cast and crew are CCC students, staff, faculty and/ or alumni.

Environmental Science Club

Advisors: Gary L. Henryand Janelle H. Henry

The primary goal of the Environmental Science club is to promote awareness of sustainability among its membership and throughout the campus.

Equality Alliance

Advisor: Kyle M. Page(Bookstore)

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Human Services Club

Advisor: Karen M. Dague

The purpose of this society shall be to honor academic excellence; to foster lifelong learning, leadership and development; and to promote excellence in service to humanity.

International Club

Advisors: Diane E. Parmeter 

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Kendo Club

Advisor: Wanda J. Haby

Meets Wednesday 4pm-5:30 pm at Athletic Center and Friday 7:30 p mat PARC conference room.

Knit/Crochet Club

Advisor: Barbara O'Donovan

Meets Wednesday at noon in Lobby II

Math Club

Advisors: Donna M. Lynch

The Math Club is open to all students regardless of major and math ability. The purpose is to get students involved in math and to work on projects to help other students, in a fun and informal way. Students will work on a calculator loan program for students in need, celebrate important dates and math concepts, such as an annual pi-day celebration, discuss current events and breakthroughs that are related to math, explore math in other forms of media, such as film and television, work on math challenge problems, and participate in competitions. By participating in the club the students will learn valuable leadership and teamwork skills that will follow them throughout their future education and career, while finding a new appreciation for math and community service.

Music Club

Advisor: Gary L. Henry

Meets Monday and Wednesday at noon in room 424M.

Science Club

Advisor: Janice B. Padula

Meets Monday at noon. Contact advisor.

Nursing Club

Advisor: Dawn M. Maille

Meetings: Fridays at noon in M105

The Nursing Club is an active group of students who work to promote social, educational and service projects. All nursing students, as well as other students may join. Service projects support various community health initiatives. The club also sponsors open lectures focused on current health issues. Organizing the annual Capping and Pinning Ceremony and the Nursing Banquet to honor both graduating senior nursing students and the advancement of the freshmen nursing students is the capstone activity each year.

Phi Theta Kappa

Advisors: Christopher Drennan, Barbara A. Golden and Steven G. Frederick

Meeting Times and Location: 12:15-1 pm on Mondays in room 432M

Students who achieve a 3.5 cumulative GPA after completing 12 credits at CCC are invited to join the Alpha Pi Tau chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. The local college chapter provides opportunities for student leadership and participation in campus and community service projects.

Psychology in Film and Music Club

Advisor: Jarrod P. Cone

Meetings: Wednesdays at noon in room 340M

This club will allow those interested in both the field of psychology and the visual/auditory arts the opportunity to interact socially and academically. Our major goal is to expose students to a variety of psychology related topics, fields, and events through film and music.

Sci-Fi Club

Advisor: Michael A. Lawliss

Dedicated to the Anime/Fantasy/SciFi enthusiast. This club offers a forum for those interested in movies of these genres. Spend time discussing your favorite pastime with like minded individuals.

Student Activities Board

Advisor: Sarah L. McCarty

The SAB is a group of students and staff that plan, organize and hold activities on campus for students to enjoy.  Activities have included laser tag, bongo balls, speakers, poets, fundraisers, discussion panels, game shows, mind readers, stuff an animal, and more fun things college students want to participate in. It is your opportunity to have a say in how your money is spent here at the college.  All ideas are welcome.  Add another line to your resume by joining today.

We meet every Thursday at 2:00pm in room 109M except for the first Thursday of the month.

Student Ambassador Program

Advisor: Donna S. Dixon

Meetings: No scheduled meetings

Student Ambassadors are leaders who are enthusiastic about attending Clinton, comfortable speaking in front of groups and can relate to new students.  Student Ambassadors help by leading prospective students and their families on campus tours of the academic buildings.  They also share their experiences as a student on Student Panels.

Becoming a Student Ambassador will help build your resume and also earn letters of recommendation for leadership and service to the Admissions Office. 

You can become a Student Ambassador by having a minimum GPA of 2.5 and obtaining 2 letters of recommendation from a Clinton Community College staff or faculty member. 

To join the program, or learn more about the program, you can contact Donna Dixon or Lauren Currie in the Admissions Office (141M).

Veterans Club

Advisor: Ron A. Poland

Meetings: 127T @ noon

This club was formed to assist student veterans with VA-related issues, mental health issues, and college relations. Long term goals include visiting historical military sites, raising money for a veterans scholarship fund, and setting up a carpool list for those with VA medical appointments in Albany.