Here is an alphabetical listing of officially recognized student clubs and organizations on campus. Follow the link for the most up-to-date listing (with club advisor contact information, meeting times, etc.) or stop by the Office of Campus Life in the Student Community Center, SCC 226.

 

Active Minds
This student group aims to increase the awareness of the campus community about issues surrounding mental health symptoms related to mental health disorders and various mental health resources both at CCM and elsewhere.

  • Advisors: Ariella Panek & Lisa Volante (Counseling and Student Success Office, SCC 118)
  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125
  • Facebook page: Active Minds at CCM (link to Facebook.com)

 

Alpha Beta Gamma (Rho Chapter)

ABG is the International Business Honor Society established to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students in business curricula.

  • Advisor: Prof. Susan Miller (Office: Cohen Hall CH 204)

 

Alpha Mu Gamma
AMG is the national collegiate Foreign Language Honor Society established to recognize   achievement in the field of foreign languages, American Sign Language (ASL) and English as a Second Language (ESL). It encourages interest in the study of foreign languages, ESL, ASL, literatures and civilizations.

  • Advisor: Prof.¬†Marcia Picallo (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 116)
  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125

 

Ambassadors Club
The Ambassadors Club is a select group of CCM students who work with the Division of Student Development and Enrollment Management and with the Admissions Office in recruitment, retention and community relations. The Ambassadors serve as campus tour guides and generally promote campus life and student involvement at CCM.

  • Advisor: Gene Soltys¬†(Admissions Office, Student Center SCC 212)
  • Office: Student Community Center, Room SCC 131
  • Facebook page: CCM Ambassadors (link to Facebook.com)

 

Art Club
The Art Club allows CCM students to learn more about art and design through guest speakers, on-campus programs, field trips to museums and educational activities. The Art Club coordinates an annual student art show for the campus community.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof Clay Allen (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 113)
  • Facebook page: CCM¬†Art Club¬†(link to Facebook.com)

 

Asian Students’ Association
The ASA allows CCM students to learn more about Asian cultures, including the languages, customs and food through guest speakers, field trips, social events and educational activities.

  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125
  • Advisor: Dr. Stephen Kaifa (Office: DeMare Hall, DH 319)

 

Biology and Chemistry Club

The purpose of the Biology and Chemistry Club is to bring science and non-science students together in a forum where those students can discuss and provide insight to current and relevant biological and chemistry topics. Club activities will introduce students to further educational and career opportunities.

  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125
  • Advisor:¬†Prof. Christine Kelly¬†(Office:¬†Sheffield¬†Hall, SH 205)

 

Black Student Union:

Enlighten all students about black cultures and contributions, instill black cultural awareness in its members, raise the level of awareness of the overall college community through activities, while serving as a support group for CCM black students

Advisor: Prof. John Williford (Office: DeMare Hall, DH 327)

 

Campus Christian Fellowship
The¬†¬†Campus Christian Fellowship’s¬†(CCF)¬†membership is open to all interested students of any denomination. CCF sponsors special programs and community service projects, such as its annual Thanksgiving Food Drive.

  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125
  • Advisor:¬†Mr. Terry Backman¬†(Office:¬†Public Safety Building)

 

Ceramic and Glaze Club

The¬†Ceramic and Glaze Club’s purpose is to explore the art and science behind making and ceramics and glazes as well as understanding the complex firing process.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof Clay Allen (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 113)

 

Chess Club
The Chess Club is organized to plat, teach and compete in chess. All levels of players are welcomed.

  • Advisor: John Soltes (Office: DeMare Hall, DH 301)

 

Climbing Club
The purpose of Climbing Club shall be to engage the CCM student population interested in climbing, climbing safety, personal fitness and relationship development.

  • Advisor: Prof. Ian Colquhoun (Sheffield Hall, SH 305)

 

Computer Science Club

The purpose of the Computer Science Club is to raise awareness of computer science and related topics and to the CCM campus community.

  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125
  • Advisor:¬†Prof Nancy Binowski (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 225)

 

Criminal Justice Club

The purpose of the Criminal Justice Club is to provide an atmosphere in which members can learn more about, as well as gain real-world experience in, the realm of criminal justice.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof. John Hurd (Office:¬†Cohen Hall, CH 203)

 

Cyber Security Club
The purpose of the Cyber Security Club is to raise awareness on information security and related topics and to promote actions to keep the CCM campus community safer online.

  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125
  • Advisor:¬†¬†Prof.¬†¬†Patricia Tamburelli¬†(Office:¬†Emeriti Hall, EH 221)

 

Dance Club

The Dance Club is the supportive club for those students interested in Dance.

  • Advisor:¬†¬†Prof.¬† Terence Duncan (Office: Heatlh/Physical Education, HPE 228)
  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125

 

Environmental Club

Serves to better educate the County College of Morris campus community about issues relating to the environment and on community efforts.

  • Advisors:¬†¬†Prof.¬† Samantha Gigliotti &¬†Dorothy Salinas (Offices: Sheffield Hall, SH 250 & SH 205)

 

EOF Student Alliance
The EOF Student Alliance promotes and participates in community service as a group. The organization raises awareness of and assists in the recruitment of Educational Opportunity Fund students.

  • Advisor:¬†Ms. Edith Nelson (Office:¬†Cohen Hall, CH 211)

 

Exercise Science Club
This student group aims to stimulate active participation from the student body, help in cultivating skills and knowledge that will benefit members and form relationships with local professionals to help members further their scholastic development.

  • Advisor: Prof. Michael Paul (Office: Health & Physical Education Building, HPE 225)

 

Fashion Club
The Fashion Club stimulates active participation and continued interest in current trends and developments in the fashion industry.

  • Advisor: Prof. Kelly Whalen (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 133)

 

Feminist Book Club

The Feminist Book Club brings people together to discuss various pieces of literature and the social issues they shed light upon.

  • Advisor: Dr. Philip Chase (Office: Cohen Hall, CH 327)

 

**Gender Club 

The purpose of the Gender Club is to increase awareness and understanding of gender and to create a space of inclusion at CCM for all genders, gender identities  and expression.

  • Advisor: Dr. Karen Danna (Office: DeMare Hall, DH 323)

 

Gourmet Club
The Gourmet Club is open to anyone who is interested in the finer aspects of hospitality and dining. The club sponsors trips to regional dining establishments, as well as trade shows and exhibitions.

  • Advisors:¬†¬†Prof. Mark Cosgrove & Yhannels Limongi (Office: Student Community Center, SCC 240)

 

I.E.E.E. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)

Provides learning opportunities within the engineering sciences, research and broadly, technology. The goal of the IEEE education programs is to ensure the growth of skill and knowledge among the technical profession.

  • Advisors: Prof.¬†Jefferson Cartano (Office: Sheffield Hall, SH 273A)

 

Jewish Student Association

Provides activities on a wide range of Jewish topics.

  • Advisors: Dr. Charles Selengut (Office: Sheffield Hall, DH 321)

 

Judicial Board
Is the judicial branch of the CCM Student Association and is empowered to interpret student rights, review disciplinary problems and recommend specific action.

  • Advisor:¬†Ms. Jan Caffie, Dean of Students¬†(Office: Student Community Center, SCC 118)

 

LGBTQ+

The GSA serves as a social and support group for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and friends.

  • Advisor: Prof. James Hart (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 120)
  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125

 

**Mathematics Club
Aims to promote a better understanding of mathematics and to foster an environment where students interested in math can meet.

  • Advisors:¬†Prof. Lee Collins (Office:¬†Sheffield¬†Hall, SH¬†215)

 

**Music Club
The Music Club allows CCM students to learn more about music and theatre through guest speakers, on-campus programs, field trips to shows and educational activities.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof. Frank Murphy¬†(Office: Music Technology Center, MTC 202))

 

Muslim Student Association
The purpose of the MSA is to provide CCM students an opportunity to come together in a supportive Islamic environment in order to explore and understand Islam.

  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125
  • Advisor: Prof. Gitanjali Rizk (grizk@ccm.edu)

 

New Social Engine
New Social Engine  serves to create fun social options for CCM students and others and to reduce the harms of alcohol and drug use. The organization focuses on encouraging interaction between the four colleges in the  area.

  • Office: Student Community Center, Rm. SCC¬†128
  • Advisor: Prof. Cathy¬†Chambers (Office: Sheffield Hall, SH¬†201)

 

Nursery and Landscape Club
NLC provides opportunities to gain hands-on experience in all aspects of the nursery and landscaping industry.

  • Advisor: Prof. Craig Tolley (Office:¬†Landscape & Horticultural Technology, LHT 103)

 

Orthodox Christian Fellowship

The¬†Orthodox Christian Fellowship’s¬†(CCF)¬†membership is open to all interested students of any denomination.¬†OCF supports fellowship on campus through community life, prayer, study of the faith and service to others.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof. Lisa Laskaris (Office: Learning Resource Center, LRC 201G)

 

Outdoors Club
To foster and maintain a spirit of the outdoors and outdoors sports and activities. Activities include biking, white water rafting, hiking amd more.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof.¬†Buffy Reilly¬†(Office: Cohen Hall, CH 303)

 

Pet and Animal Lovers Society (PALS)

The purpose of the organization is for students to share their love of animals. Activities include providing therapy animals at events, volunteering at local animal shelters, educating people on animal cruelty, and raising funds for local charities.

  • Office: Student Community Center, Rm. SCC 125
  • Advisor: Dr. Loryn Stoler¬† (Office: Sheffield Hall, SH 205)

 

Phi Theta Kappa (Alpha Kappa Kappa Chapter)
PTK, the national two-year college honor society, recognizes and encourages scholarship among community college students.

  • Office: Student Community Center, Rm. SCC 130
  • Advisor:¬†Dr. Bette Simmons, Vice President of Student Development and Enrollment Management (Office: Student Center SCC 132)
  • PTK International website

 

*Philosophy Club

Meets to have an intellectual circle, watch movies, discuss current events, have assigned readings and engage in dialectic discussions.

  • Advisor: Prof. Uffelman¬† (Office: Cohen Hall, CH 327)

 

Photography Club
Is open to all levels of photographers, from novice to advanced.

  • Advisor: Prof.¬†Hrvoje Slovenc¬†¬†(Office:¬†DeMare¬†Hall, DH¬†201B)

 

**Pretty Girls Sweat Club
This student group aims to educate the campus community about ways to live a holistically healthier life.

  • Advisor: Kelly Miniter (Office: Health & Physical Education Building, HPE 225 )

 

Promethean
Published once during the academic year, usually in  April, the award-winning Promethean is CCM ’s official student art and literature publication.

  • Advisor: Prof. Kathleen McNeil (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 102)

 

Psychology Club
The purpose of the Psychology Club is to bring students together that are involved in any educational and/or psychology major in order to provide a better perspective of the fields mentioned. The organization is open to any student who is simply interested in learning more about Psychology. Club activities help students with the furthering of their education as well as introducing them to possible future careers and opportunities in the psychology world. This organization will also introduce students to current advancements and important relevant discussions pertaining to topics in psychology.

  • Advisor: Prof.¬†Diana Aria (Office: DeMare Hall DH 323)

 

Radiography Club
Stimulates active participation and continued interest in current trends and developments in radiography. Promotes scholastic standards in the field.

  • Advisors: Prof.¬†Denise Vill’Neuve (Office: Cohen Hall, CH 302)

 

Respiratory Club
Stimulates active participation and continued interest in current trends and developments in respiratory therapy.

  • Advisor: Prof. John Rutkowski (Office: Cohen Hall, CH¬†158)

 

SAE (SAE was formerly known as the Society of Automotive Engineers)
Provide its members opportunities to gain broader insight into the engineering profession by sponsoring meetings which will bring practicing engineers to the campus, arranging field trips to research and engineering establishments, sponsoring student projects of engineering interest, and participating in local SAE Section activities.

  • Advisor: Prof. Ian Colquhoun (Sheffield Hall, SH 305)

 

Sigma Chi Eta (Alpha Omicron Chapter)
Sigma Chi Eta is the Communication Honor Society established to promote high academic standards as well the study, criticism, research, teaching and application of the artistic, humanistic, and scientific principles of communication.

  • Advisor: Prof. David Pallant & Dr. Matthew Jones (Office: DeMare Hall DH 301 & 315)

 

Strategic Gaming Club (aka Game Club)
This club is all about learning and playing new games and is open to all levels of players, from novice to advanced.

  • Advisor: Prof. Catherine¬†Chambers (Office: Sheffield Hall, SH¬†201)

 

Student Activities Programming Board
SAPB develops, coordinates and implements campus-wide programs of social, recreational and educational interest to all CCM students.

  • Office: Student Community Center, Rm. SCC 122
  • Advisors: Mr. Don Phelps (Office: Student Community Center, SCC 226)

 

Student Electronic Gaming Organization: The purpose of SEGO is to provide CCM students an opportunity to play in tournaments and to review games.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof Nancy Binowski (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 225)

 

Student Film Association
Serves¬†to create a forum to share members’ appreciation of American and world cinema and to broaden perspectives through exposure to a wide range of films.

  • Advisor:¬† Ray Kalas¬† (Office: Learning Resource Center, LRC 224)

 

Student Government Association
The SGA is the governing body for all students enrolled at CCM. It functions to further the well being of the student body by representing students on various college committees.

  • Office: Student Community Center, Rm. SCC 127
  • Advisors: Mr. Don Phelps (Office: Student Community Center, SCC 226)
  • 2017 SGA Constitution

 

Student Nurses Association (SNA)
Stimulates active participation in nursing activities and promotes scholastic standards.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof.¬†¬†Buffy Reilly¬†(Office: Cohen Hall, CH 303)
  • Visit¬†our Facebook Page:¬†CCM Student Nurses¬†(link to Facebook.com)

 

**Table Tennis Club
The purpose of the CCM Table Tennis Club is to promote the sport of  table tennis and to provide its members opportunities for free play and participation in tournaments.

  • Advisor: Prof. Vickram Sawh (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 201)

 

Trading Card Game Club

Provide an environment for people to openly aid each other in the teachings of the basic mechanics of gameplay in various different kinds of trading card games.

  • Advisor: Prof. Jason Sim (Office: Emeriti Hall, EH 201)

 

Ultimate Frisbee Club
The purpose of the CCM Ultimate Club is to provide the opportunity to learn Frisbee disc skills and   to provide its members opportunities for participation in free play and Ultimate tournaments.

  • Advisor: Prof. Cathy¬†Chambers (Office: Sheffield Hall, SH¬†201)

 

United Latino Organization
The purpose of the CCM United Latino Organization (ULO)  is to serve as a support group for CCM students of Latin American descent. It does this through meetings, special programs, excursions and educational and social programs.

  • Advisor:¬†Prof.¬†Maria Isaza¬† (Office:¬†Sheffield Hall, SH¬†208A)
  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125

 

*Vegetarian and Vegan Club
To encourage consideration of the societal, ecological and ethical impacts of human-animal interaction.

  • Advisor: Dr. Philip Chase¬† (Office: Cohen Hall,¬†¬†CH 327)

 

** Volunteer Club
The purpose of the Volunteer Club is to connect CCM students, faculty and staff, to endorse both local and world involvement, to build character, help others and develop skills.

  • Advisor: Ms.¬†¬†Rosemary Grant¬†¬†(Office: Cohen Hall,¬†¬†CH 203)

 

Women in STEM
This purpose of Women in STEM is to recruit, retain, and encourage women to pursue careers in the fields Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), while creating a relaxing social atmosphere to talk about issues of being a woman in predominantly male fields.

  • Advisors: Prof. Keri Flanagan, Prof. Kelly Fitzpatrick, Prof. Deborah Poetsch and Prof. Kathryn Shuck (Office: Sheffield Hall SH 207, 311, 203 and 215)
  • Office: Student Community Center Club Room, SCC¬†125

 

*Writer’s Club

To bring writers from across campus together to create ideas and share content.

  • Advisor: Prof. Laura Gabrielsen (Office: Cohen Hall CH 339)

 

**Young Entrepreneurs of America

Provides a place where business oriented students can gain knowledge about economics and entrepreneurship.

  • Advisor: Prof. Susan Miller (Office: Cohen Hall CH 204)

 

Youngtown Edition
Published every other Wednesday during the academic year, the award-winning Youngtown Edition is CCM ’s official student newspaper

  • Office: Student Community Center, SCC¬†129
  • Advisor:¬†Prof. Russ Crespolini (Office:¬†DeMare Hall, Rm CH 300)
  • Click¬†here to get to recently published issues of the Youngtown Edition

 

* Temporary Organization – These clubs are in the process of being chartered by the Student Government Association.

** Inactive Organization – These clubs have not submitted all their required paperwork and are only permitted to hold meetings.


Don’t see a CCM student organization that interests you? Here’s what you can do:

As a CCM student,¬†you are encouraged to form new organizations that promote an interest you might have. There are few restrictions involved in forming new student clubs. All that is necessary is ten other interested students, a CCM faculty or staff member to serve as the advisor, and the completion of the required paperwork. It’s that simple.

Stop by our office and we’ll see if we can help you start a new student club at CCM. New clubs are always welcomed on campus.

An organization must be officially recognized and chartered by the CCM Student Government Association and the College prior to requesting and utilizing College facilities for activity purposes.

If you are interested in joining any of these student organizations or if you are interested in forming a new club, please stop by the CCM Office of Campus Life, Student Community Center, Room 226. We’re here to help you in making your experience at CCM a memorable one.

Office of Campus Life
County College of Morris
Student Community Center, Room 226
214 Center Grove Road, Randolph, NJ 07869

email us at: campuslife@ccm.edu