Student Development and Campus Life

Campus Clubs

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Book Club
All students, faculty, and staff from every Berkeley College campus are welcome to participate in the Online Book Club. Club members discuss a new book each semester and connect virtually and in person. Those interested in participating should join the group on Goodreads.com.

Film Club
The Online Film Club allows for members to choose from a variety of movies monthly.  Movies are typically chosen to match each month's theme.  All films are available to view by all students, faculty and staff at Berkeley College. 

Brooklyn

Anime Club
The Anime Club is a club that brings together those with common interests such as video games, anime, cosplay, international culture, and more. In the Anime Club we prefer to mix fun with education through our different events. We welcome any new faces and new ideas to our club.

Caribbean Student Association (CSA)
Students in CSA meet weekly to promote Caribbean culture. CSA provides experiences where other students can learn about the customs, food, music, and people of Caribbean nations through on-campus programs and events. Executive board members of CSA recently presented at a CSA networking conference at Baruch College.

Fitness Club
The Fitness Club is all about people getting together to share and exchange ideas regarding health related issues. The goal is not necessarily to lose weight, but to find fun ways to be healthy in your mind, body, and spirit. "Let's Get Fit Together!"

Poetry Club (Powerful Voices)
Powerful Voices' goals are to awaken minds, stimulate creativity, and nurture the poetic experiences of Berkeley College students, faculty, and associates in a productive and safe environment.

Dover

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA) includes elected student body members of the Dover Campus.  SGA hosts yearly and special elections as needed.  SGA also has open membership for students interested in volunteering their time for on and off-campus events. 

Newark

Arts in Motion (AIM)
The mission of Arts in Motion is to create opportunities for Berkeley College students to express themselves through creative means, as well as to enhance the social environment on campus through entertainment.

Entrepreneurship Club
The mission of The Entrepreneurship Club is to create a business learning environment that empowers students and re-enforces classroom knowledge.  The club actively works to create opportunities that allow students to acquire practical experience while bridging the gap between the classroom and the business world.

Fashion Club
This student-run campus club focuses on all aspects of the fashion industry, from current trends in design to visual displays, marketing, and merchandising. The club hosts bi-weekly meetings, regularly runs campus activities, and creates visual displays around campus. It is open to all students.

Gay Straight Alliance
The mission of the Gay Straight Alliance is to help LGBTQ students and straight allies understand their peers and stand up for safety and equality throughout Berkeley College. Club members seek to accomplish this through programming and support.

Law and Justice Club
The mission of Law and Justice Club is to enhance members' educational experience pertaining to all aspects of the criminal justice system. This club gives students a chance to meet professionals in the law/justice field and participate in hands-on learning. The Law and Justice Club offers leadership, group organization, business, and volunteer experiences; best of all, active club members can enhance their marketability in the workplace.

Nubian Ladies
The mission of Nubian Ladies is to enhance the culture and self-esteem of women through interactive programming.

Press Start
The mission of Press Start is to provide stress relief and build campus community through the social attributes of gaming.

 

NYC Midtown

Business Club
The mission of the Business Club is to partner student members with faculty and staff who are interested in the exploration and discussion of topics in business and public policy.

Campus Activities Board
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) works in conjunction with the Student Development and Campus Life Department to provide social, cultural, educational, and informational programming to the Berkeley community. CAB seeks to develop student leaders dedicated to high-quality programs and entertainment.

Debate Club
The members of the Debate Club learn and practice efficient and persuasive public speaking. Club members work with Student Development and Campus Life to identify and participate in local competitive college tournaments.

Fashion Club
Fashionably bringing together students of all fields through enriching programs, activities, and networking.

International Club
The mission of the International Club is to promote and enhance international awareness, global cooperation, cultural diversity, and dialogue among students of different nations and American students attending Berkeley College. The club's programs, which are hosted with Student Development and Campus Life, provide the Berkeley College community with opportunities to learn about international students and their cultures through promoting, advocating, and advancing international campus initiatives.

Music Club
The Music club exists to provide a sanctum in which all those who are passionate and dedicated to the understanding and practice of music may, regardless of background and or style, exchange ideas and explore new concepts. The members come together to provide opportunities for the student body to experience all aspects of music.

Student Veterans Club
The Student Veterans Club was established for the purpose of creating a social group for student veterans to interact with one another after having separated from military service. The club partners with both the Office of Military and Veteran Affairs and with Student Development and Campus Life on a number of national, local, and campus-related initiatives relevant to student veterans and their families. The Student Veterans Club is affiliated with the national Student Veterans of America (SVA).

Paramus

Fashion Club
Fashionably bringing together students of all fields through enriching programs, activities, and networking.

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) is a nonprofit education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. The association has four divisions:

  1. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students
  2. FBLA-Middle Level for junior high, middle and intermediate school students
  3. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for postsecondary students
  4. Professional Division for businesspeople, FBLA-PBL alumni, educators and parents who support the goals of the association

FBLA-PBL is headquartered in Reston, Virginia, and organized on local, state, and national levels. Business teachers, advisors, and advisory councils guide local chapters. Dr. Mike McAteer, Interim Associate Chair, Management, is the advisor for both the WPK and the PAR chapters.

White Plains

Fashion Club
Fashionably bringing together students of all fields through enriching programs, activities, and networking.

Caribbean Student Association (CSA)
Students in CSA meet weekly to promote Caribbean culture. CSA provides experiences where other students can learn about the customs, food, music, and people of Caribbean nations through on-campus programs and events. Executive board members of CSA recently presented at a CSA networking conference at Baruch College.

 

Woodbridge

Fashion Club
This student-run campus club focuses on all aspects of the fashion industry, from current trends in design to visual displays, marketing and merchandising. The club hosts weekly meetings, regularly runs campus activities, and creates visual displays around campus. It is open to all students.

 

Woodland Park

Fashion Club
Fashionably bringing together students of all fields through enriching programs, activities, and networking.

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) is a nonprofit education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. The association has four divisions:

  1. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students
  2. FBLA-Middle Level for junior high, middle, and intermediate school students
  3. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for postsecondary students
  4. Professional Division for businesspeople, FBLA-PBL alumni, educators, and parents who support the goals of the association


FBLA-PBL is headquartered in Reston, Virginia, and organized on local, state, and national levels. Business teachers, advisors, and advisory councils guide local chapters. Dr. Mike McAteer, Interim Associate Chair, Management, is the advisor for both the WPK and the PAR chapters.

 

 

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