The Office of Student Life &
Development coordinates student activities clubs and
organizations, associations, the academic departments, and other
administrative units. Clubs, organizations, and associations
who plan activities are required to utilize the college services
and resources through the Office of Student Life & Development.
referred to as Club Hours, are observed on the following days
- Monday, Wednesday: 11:30
AM – 12:45 PM
- Saturday: 2:00 PM – 3:00
The clubs and organizations meet
for the prescribed times for the specified COMMONS
days unless listed otherwise.
ADAFI: The Voice of Medgar Evers
College, Saturdays 4:00 PM – Room S-304
ADAFI, Medgar Evers College's campus-based news publication, is
avital bridge of communication between faculty, staff, students,
other CUNY institutions, and the general community. Its goal is to
bring the news in its most realistic, reliable, dynamic, and
sometimes controversial form.
Afro-American Club, Wednesdays – S-208
The Afro-American Club promotes the study of African American
history and culture among Medgar Evers College students through
discussion, seminars, and cultural programming.
African Heritage Club, Wednesdays – B-1025
Through discussion, lectures, and cultural events, the African
Heritage Club encourages the study of the African Diaspora amongst
the college community.
American Marketing Association (AMA), Saturdays – B-2026
The Medgar Evers College Collegiate Chapter of the American
Marketing Association’s focus is to empower marketing students
through information, education, relationships, and resources that
will enrich their professional development and careers.
Association for Latin American Students (ALAS), Wednesdays –
The purpose of the Association for Latin American Students is to
promote Latino pride at Medgar Evers College. The ALAS goal is to
promote Latin culture, events, and discuss contemporary issues
affecting Latin Americans.
Drama Club, Mondays & Wednesdays – S-201
The Drama Student Association builds student interest in the
performance arts, particularly in the area of drama. Members will
learn the basic principles and techniques of acting through hands on
training, lectures, films, conferences, and trips.
Education Club, Meetings – TBD
The purpose of the Education Club is increasing the interest in
education, creating seminars about the joy of teaching and building
relationships with external teaching and education associations.
Haitian American Student Association (HASA), Mondays & Wednesdays
The Haitian American Student Association brings awareness of Haitian
culture to the campus and community-at-large through cultural,
academic, and social events and programs.
Hilda Richards Nursing Club, Mondays & Wednesdays – C-416
The Hilda Richards Nursing Club mission is to foster relationships
and develop linkages between medical facilities and the community
for students enrolled and majoring in the field of nursing.
Members also help with the promotion of total health and wellness of
other individuals at Medgar Evers College.
Imani Dance and Drum Ensemble, Meetings & Rehearsal – TBD
Members of the Imani Dance and Drum Ensemble will become familiar to
the art, technique, style, cultural diversity of dance, and drumming
through intense instruction, improvisation, and stage performance.
The Life, Every 2nd & 4th Saturday at 3:00 – B-1005
Members of The Life assist with the facilitation of forums,
tutorials, discussions, and social gathering throughout the year.
The group works toward building positive relationships with students
in the life, their allies, and the college community at large.
Medgar Evers College Math Society, Mondays & Wednesdays – C-400K
Members of the Medgar Evers College Math Society assist students
with the comprehension and mastery of mathematical equations through
workshops and tutorials offered to the general student population.
Medgar Evers College Society of Public Administration (MECSPA),
Saturdays – S-201
MECSPA encourages participation of its students in all levels and
areas of government through resources, seminars and internships at
Medgar Evers College, the City University of New York, and the
Medgar Evers Science Association (MESA), Wednesdays – C-325
MESA encourages students to envision a much broader spectrum of the
academic science agenda by exposing them to the endless
possibilities and intangibles in the field of science in college
environment and beyond.
Minority Investment Association (MIA), Wednesdays & Saturdays –
Regardless of their background in investing, MIA’s aim is to educate
the Medgar Evers College population in finance and asset management.
Members will be able to explore all aspects of finding,
investigating, analyzing, buying, holding, and selling stocks and
related securities while implementing a strategy to effectively
monitor their portfolios.
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA), Saturdays –
National Association of Black Accountants promotes and develops the
professional skills of our members while best using of educational
opportunities at Medgar Evers College. NABA enhances
accounting professionals through seminars, lectures, debates,
retreats and networking.
National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW), Mondays &
Wednesdays – B-1019
The MEC Chapter of the Black Social Workers is designed to promote
the welfare, survival, and liberation of the African-American
community through workshops, critical forums, and seminars specific
to the needs of the community.
Psychology Club, Wednesdays – B-2025
The Psychology Club expands the interest in psychology by developing
seminars and establishing links and relationships with external
Radio Nation, Mondays & Wednesdays – C-213
Radio Nation members are taught the fundamentals of radio
broadcasting and communication while serving the community of Medgar
Evers College and New York City.
Rising Stars, Mondays & Wednesdays – B-1026
Rising Stars main focus is to develop the various talents of its
members in music, dance, rap, poetry, and the performing arts while
promoting and encouraging academic success.
Student Association for Environment (SAFE), Wednesdays – C-407
Raises the consciousness of the Medgar Evers College family and
community relating to environmental issues. Helps identify
environmental issues on campus and develops practical solutions.
Students in Free Enterprise
(SIFE), Saturdays – S-208
The mission of SIFE is to bridge the gap between education and free
enterprise, which will foster current thinking patterns to transcend
into analyzing all facets of business. Members will learn the
principles of free enterprise by developing and enhancing leadership
skills through teamwork and communication skills.
United Body of International Students Club (UBISC), Saturdays –
The United Body of International Students Club was established as a
support mechanism to assist foreign students in a successful
transition to campus life as well as introduce them to the many
opportunities available in the surrounding community.
United Christian Fellowship (UCF), Wednesdays – B-1028
United Christian Fellowship was established to provide support and
fellowship for Christian students on campus and encourages greater
understanding between Christian students and the general student
World Youth Movement for Global
Peace MEC Chapter, Mondays & Wednesdays – CP-14
This organization works to mold today’s youth into responsible
individuals armed with the concept that the world is without
boundary and we are citizens of one nation. World Youth
Movement for Global Peace aims to secure tomorrow’s world for future
generations by planting seeds of understanding, tolerance, and
justice for the preservation of humanity.
If you have questions, please feel
free to contact the Office of Student Life & Development by calling
(718) 270-6050 or by visiting room 212 in the School of
Business/Student Services Building. To send an electronic
correspondence to all of the Student Clubs and Organizations, please
send an e-mail to