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Co-curricular and Extra – Curricular Programs

In a continuous effort to create a community on campus, the Office of Student Life & Development is proud to offer a number of programs and events to the MEC student body and community. The office works in collaboration with the Student Government Association, clubs and organizations, academic departments and administrative units to engage and meet the diverse needs of students. Here is a sampling of what the office has to offer:

Club Fair

Promoting Development through Extra-Curricular Activities!

This event provides an excellent opportunity for students to meet new people, develop leadership skills, build an impressive array of qualifications and have fun while doing it all.

Constitution Day

Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the United States Constitution on September 17, 1787. Recognizing all who by coming of age or by naturalization have become U.S. citizens, the day celebrates the blessing of liberty and the responsibility of citizenship through workshops and activities.

Stress-Free Zone

Relax, Restore and Rejuvenate Before Final Exams!

Need a break from burning the midnight oil? Come relax with us and enjoy: Aromatherapy, hot teas, cookies, soothing music, massages, Yoga, Acupuncture, Reiki, Art Therapy and more.

Voter Registration Drives

Voting is a powerful and fundamental right that should be exercised by every American citizen. Medgar Evers College is in alignment with the City University of New York’s campaign to banish apathy of college students and to set a national example aimed at inspiring the general voting population to go to the polls by conducting voter registration drives and forums that explain the election system and voting requirement.

Spring Fest

Spring Fest provides a perfect opportunity for students to Relax, Unwind and De-stress before final examination. Reconnect with peers; enjoy music and offerings by various clubs and organizations, Student Government Association, administrative units, and community partners.

Blood Drives

Giving back to our community is a treasured tradition at Medgar Evers College. Each Semester all MEC faculty, students and staff are encouraged to give the gift of life by donating blood. Without volunteer donors, our community would not have an adequate community blood supply. Four million Americans each year benefit from life-saving transfusions.