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The Mercy College Gives Back initiative is aimed at celebrating and promoting community service at Mercy College. With our Annual Day of Service, students are encouraged to volunteer in our local communities. To see more, watch our video of the 2014 Day of Service.

"Getting involved helps you build a positive community while discovering your passion and strengths." -Aubri Guinyard, M.B.A Graduate Student

Student Clubs & Activities

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Student life at Mercy College is not just about classes, tests and grades. To make the most of your college experience, get involved with the many clubs, organizations, programs and activities available on campus. Make the next few years the best years of your life! For more information on how to get involved, contact studentlife@mercy.edu.

 

Club and Organization Contact Information
January 8, 2019

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Student Lifting Event
Dobbs Ferry Clubs and Organizations

The purpose of this club is to expose students to the Accounting profession, and provide them with the tools necessary for the "real world".

For more information about the club contact peaceloveacct@gmail.com

The purpose of this club is to provide a space for Latin American students to share their experiences and connect with each other.

For more information, contact mercyalas1@gmail.com

The mission of the club is to empower and develop Latino men and women as leaders of character for the nation, in every sector of the global economy. This club is not restricted to Latinos, and all business majors are welcome.

For more information, contact alpfamercycollege@gmail.com

For more information about the club contact mercycollegechemistry@gmail.com

More information coming soon! To contact the Anime Club, please e-mail mercyanimeclub@gmail.com.

Black Student Union promotes a united atmosphere here at the Dobbs Ferry campus while contributing to our civic responsibility through specific fundraising events and community service. For more information, you can contact dobbsbsu@gmail.com

Our aim is to spread cultural awareness throughout campus and help create a more culture diverse atmosphere for our not American students. All students are welcome to join we all have a lot to learn about each other. For more information, contact csamavericks@gmail.com

The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for college students to actively participate in writing and/or reading with a group of peers that have a similar interest, as well as getting advice from those peers about their writing.

Meetings: Every Monday from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm in Hudson Hall 120

For more information, contact the club President Amber Lockhart at alockhart@mercymavericks.edu.

The goal of the CLS Club is to help students with their studies of the medical sciences, promote awareness of the clinical laboratory profession and network with peers and laboratory professionals. To contact the CLS Club, please e-mail clsclubmercycollege@gmail.com.

To create a platform for students to express themselves and bring cultural entertainment to campus. For more information, contact divashavemercy@gmail.com

We try to help our team express themselves with the art of dance while building positive relationships. For more information, contact divercitydanceteam@gmail.com

The purpose of this club is to provide a sense of community and collaboration for all honors students as well as the entire student body and to provide opportunities for leadership development,
networking, community service, and social engagement.

Meetings: Wednesday from 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm in Main Hall 202

For more information, contact honors@mercy.edu

Mercy Education Club will meet once a month for future educators to discuss the profession of teaching and share our love for education. For more information contact the club at mercyeducationclub@gmail.com

The purpose of this club is to allow members to share ideas dealing with exercise science to fellow members, others around the campus and community. More information coming soon!

We aim to broaden and deep student’s understanding of veterinary medicine and science by participating in seminars, lectures, continuing educational events, and more. We organize fundraisers to support organizations that represent the values of the Veterinary Technology Program, and provide community service opportunities to organizations that support, study and care for animals.

For more information, contact mercyvettechclub@gmail.com.

The purpose of this club is to educate, empower, and transform the unknowing minds of others through the use of workshops and partaking in community events to spread the awareness for the LGBTQIA community. GLOWUP offers support and raises awareness for the LGBTQ community at Mercy College. For more information, contact mercycollegeglowup@gmail.com

Groove Phi Groove was founded on October 12, 1962 at Morgan State College (now known as Morgan State University) by a group of young men who wanted an alternative to what could be described as the traditional pseudo-fraternal organizations.Groove Phi Groove is a non-Greek organization whose purpose is to promote academic awareness and good ethical standards, to promote unity and fellowship among college men, to create intelligent and effective leadership, and to study and help alleviate the social and economic problems concerning boys and men in order to improve the stature of mankind.Groove Phi Groove members hold individuality, self-expression, and creativity in its members to be paramount, as well as a focus on issues related to the empowerment of communities. This organization offers great networking because graduate members work in a wide variety of career areas, including accounting, education, engineering, human resource services, local and state government, medicine, law, protective services, information technology, religion, real estate, food service, skilled crafts, music, professional sports, the armed services, and business.

*We are a fraternal organization and that we do require an application process to be considered for membership*

For more information, contact bigapplecity1962@gmail.com

The purpose of this organization shall be to spread the love and power of Jesus Christ on campus while building a loving Christian community where all are welcomed and accepted.

Meetings: Every Wednesday from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

For more information, contact the President Anna Tavernier at AnnaDanielle1996@aol.com

The purpose of this club is to bring together history majors, those interested in history, and those seeking to further their knowledge of history.

for more information, contact Mercyhistoryclub@gmail.com

The purpose of this organization is to to raise awareness for social injustices and global issues. Aide in many conflicts such as the fight against world hunger and gender based violence . Also, work with organizations such as the United Nations Population Fund and Hands4Others to empower students to take a stand in the community and really be the change they want to see in the world .

For more information, contact thehumanitariansociety1@gmail.com

The purpose of this club is to enhance the presence of performing arts at Mercy.

Meetings: Every Monday from 6:30pm - 9:00pm in Hudson Hall 120

For more information, contact mercyacappella@gmail.com

The purpose of the club is to motivate students, faculty, and community members to become more involved in all Mercy College activities.

For more information, contact mercycollegecheer@gmail.com.

More information coming soon! To contact the Social Work Club, please e-mail mercycollegeswc@gmail.com.

More information coming soon! To contact the Mercy Leaders Club, please e-mail mercyleaders1@gmail.com.

The purpose of the organization is to introduce students to new and unfamiliar technologies, to provide a work space for experimentation with new technologies, to encourage innovation, and to share skills or knowledge among peers.

For more information, contact the mc.metaclub@gmail.com.

More information coming soon! To contact the Mercy Musical Drama Club, please e-mail mcmusicaldramaclub@gmail.com.

More information coming soon! To contact Minority Association Premedical Students, please e-mail mercycollegemaps@gmail.com.

The purpose of this club is to increase the educational and scientific knowledge in audio engineering. The stimulation of interest in audio engineering and music technology, the encouragement of the interchange and intercourse of ideas among its members and maintenance of high professional standards among its members in this club.

For more information, contact mercycollege.aes.club@gmail.com.

More information coming soon! To contact Muslim Student Association, please e-mail mercy.msa@gmail.com.

The purpose of this club is to expose African American students to the Accounting profession through networking.

For more information, contact mcollegenaba@gmail.com

The purpose of this club is to share knowledge of the field of communication disorders.

For more information, contact mercynsslha@gmail.com

The purpose of the organization is to engage students in activities that promote the Physical Therapy profession including but not limited to: advocacy, fundraising, professional development and participation in American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) activities at all levels.

For more information, contact Mercyptclub@gmail.com

More information coming soon! To contact the Rotaract Club, please e-mail mercycollegerotaractclub@gmail.com.

The purpose of this organization is to promote the love of science to students.

For more information, contact the President Lauren Cellini at cellinilauren@icloud.com

More information coming soon! To contact the S.T.E.M. BELLAS DIVERSITY COUNCIL, please e-mail mercystembellas@gmail.com.

The purpose of this club is to have a form of representation for the Students Nurses at Mercy College and to get involved while being exposed to leadership opportunities and career guidance.

For more information, contact the President Kezia Varughese at: KeziaVarughese@gmail.com

More information coming soon! To contact Student Occupational Therapy Association, please e-mail SOTAMercy@gmail.com.

Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship Incorporated was founded April 4, 1969 on Winston-Salem State University by 12 Dynamic Women. Who Dared To Be Different by challenging the standard normality of pledging a "Greek lettered sorority" and went against the odds and established a unique Social Fellowship. They ignited a flame that would influence thousands of other women across the country to follow in their footsteps. Over the next four decades, their pioneering spirit continues to burn in the hearts of many sisters, transcending the boundaries of geography, social class, complexion and religious affiliation. Swing is a unique, non-profit organization with a commitment to affect social change, consciously uplifting women and being on the front line in regards to community involvement. We realize that as conscious African American women, we are an integral part of our communities. We accept our responsibility as Sisters With Interest Never Gone.
*We are a sororal organization and that we do require an application process to be considered for membership*
Contact Domonique Henry
Email- Swingphiswing.mc@gmail.com

The purpose of this organization is to foster a safe, productive, and fun environment for those interested in theater and drama. Our aim is to provide an educational and memorable experience to those with varied or specific interests in the artistic, technical, or administrative aspects of theater.

For more information, contact the club President Reeyaz Bettencourt at reeyazbettencourt@gmail.com

Bronx Spring Fling
Bronx Clubs and Organizations

Bronx Anime Club is a group that joins together to watch anime and discuss it as a group. They also
organize events relating to anime and Japanese culture for the campus.

bxanimeclub@gmail.com

The purpose shall be of this organization is to promote diversity of Latin American and many other cultures around the world.

For more information, contact ALASmtcampus@gmail.com

The Knitty Bitties are the Bronx Knitting Club. The club brings together with other knitters (and those who want to learn), to learn or develop the skills of hand knitting or hand crocheting, a great fun.

knittymercy@gmail.com

The Bronx Leadership Council is an organization that Places Bronx Students at the center of clubs and organizations at Mercy College. The Council receives leadership development training, helps plan and coordinate events and activities for the Bronx students and the entire student body and acts as a voice for the Bronx students.

For more information, contact mercycollegeblc@gmail.com

The Bronx Lit Club provides a creative outlet for college students through writing. It will
also help students learn how to improve their written works by receiving the advice of other club
members and reading short story examples from published authors.

bxlitclub@gmail.com

The CEO Club brings together students who have an interest in being entrepreneurs or learning about the world of business and entrepreneurial endeavors.

ceomercy1@gmail.com

The Counselors for Social Justice is a community of counselors, counselor advocates, counselor educators, and graduate students whose mission is to promote a social justice identity among students and the community in the context of current events. The organization seeks equality, justice, the end of oppression and injustice affecting clients, students, counselors, families, communities, schools, workplaces, governments, as well as other social and institutional systems via the promotion of multicultural awareness through education, advocacy, media, and reflection.

For more information, contact the club at csjmercycollege@gmail.com

The purpose of this organization is to bring students together to introduce a diverse selection of dance variations and to further co-curricular involvement on campus.

If you need more information contact bxmercydance@gmail.com

The purpose of this organization is to give back to the community and help those in need through community service.

For more information contact @mavsgiveback@gmail.com

Provides veteran students at Mercy with updates information towards resource, incentives, and benefits made available to veterans students along with hosting events in efforts to build camaraderie among fellow students and veterans.

For more information, Contact: veteransofmercysva@gmail.com

Art Student
Manhattan Clubs and Organizations

The goal of the Mercy Investment Banking Club (MIBC) is to create elite, powerful and articulate students possessing necessary technical skills (financial modeling and valuation analyst skills), personal characteristics (confidence, temperament, work ethic), social and cognitive skills (communications, problem-solving).

mercyinvestmentbanking@gmail.com