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Suffolk Community College Student Activities supports over 90 clubs and organizations. To find a club or organization that matches your interest, see the list below or contact Campus Activities for at:

  • Ammerman - (631) 451-4376
  • Eastern - (631) 548-2522
  • Michael J. Grant - (631) 851-6702
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Club Name
Category
Primary Campus
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

AABLE (Access to a Balanced Learning Experience)

The purpose of AABLE is to provide students with an environment where they are free to discuss the challenges that confront them in order to promote a wide range of solutions. AABLE is founded on principles of equality, justice, inclusion and justice for all.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4548
Email: cumminm@sunysuffolk.edu / gallimm@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Online
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Activist Coalition at Eastern (ACE)

We are a non-partisan campus club that aims to increase student awareness of and activism in the political process that impact our daily lives. We aim to counterbalance the undue and corrupting influence of big money in politics by reestablishing the collective voice of young adults in the political process. We also work for pro-democracy reforms in a variety of interests that matter to SCCC students, including affordable, accessible higher education; economic justice; immigration policy; health care; environmental protection; and individual civil rights irrespective of one�s race, class, gender, or religious affiliation.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Academic
Grant Campus

Addiction Studies Club (ADSC)

The mission of the Addition Studies (ADSC).A.S. Degree Program is to provide a comprehensive academic program of contemporary, professional education and training in the ethical practice of chemical dependency counseling for students who wish to enter this and related human services fields.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6594 / (631) 851- 6443
Email: ayersk@sunysuffolk.edu / flynnk@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Online
Multicultural
Ammerman Campus

African American Student Union

To educate African American students and all other students who are willing to learn about African culture and history.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Multicultural
Phone: (631) 451- 4115
Email: liburdl@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Online
Multicultural
Grant Campus

African Peoples Association

To explore the history of the African diaspora and bring awareness of current events to the Suffolk community and bring students together with a new understanding.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Multicultural
Phone: (631) 851- 6469
Email: mahabij@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Online
Honor Societies
Grant Campus

Alpha Beta Gamma

Alpha Beta Gamma International Business Honor Society is the sole business honor society for accredited junior, community and technical two year colleges. The society exists to recognize and reward academic excellence among business honor students from the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 851- 6283
Email: weinste@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor for Information
Honor Societies
Eastern Campus

Alpha Beta Gamma

This two-year honor society recognizes outstanding academic achievement in the area of business. The society fosters interaction between faculty and students and raises money for student scholarships. Students must be invited to join this organization.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Honor Societies
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

Alpha Beta Gamma

Alpha Beta Gamma (ABG) chapter, is an international honor society for business majors. The society confers distinction for high achievement on students enrolled in the business curricula at accredited two-year colleges.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4264
Email: giaccos@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Eastern Campus

Alpha Sigma Lambda

Alpha Sigma Lambda recognizes the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work. Alpha Sigma Lambda is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship and recognizes high scholastic achievement in an adult students� career.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Academic
Honor Societies
Grant Campus

Alpha Sigma Lambda

Alpha Sigma Lambda recognizes the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work. Alpha Sigma Lambda is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship and recognizes high scholastic achievement in an adult students� career.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 851- 6370
Email: ocellog@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor for Information
Academic
Ammerman Campus

American Chemical Society

To disseminate and encourage knowledge of chemistry in careers and opportunities on Long Island and nationally.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4146
Email: sambass@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

American Sign Language Club (ASL)

ASL seeks to bring together students who are interested in deafness and deaf culture and their friends and family to: 1. Improve communication skills. 2. Share information about the deaf and hard of hearing with the college community. 3. To get involved with outreach efforts in support of the deaf and hard of hearing community. 4. Plan cultural events, programs and educational trips. 5. To increase dialogue between ASL students and the broader college community. 6. Join with other college groups and organizations toward ensuring learning experiences that exemplify pluralism. 7. To afford students the opportunity to develop leadership and organizational skills, as well as is involved in teamwork and collaborative activities.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
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Performing Arts
Ammerman Campus

Ammerman A Cappella

Ammerman A Cappella is a club for students interested in singing a cappella music in a variety of styles.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Performing Arts
Phone: (631) 451- 4779
Email: cavanaa@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Ammerman Nursing Club

The Nursing Club fosters camraderie, collaboration and mentoring among nursing students. Students plan and participate in activities that promote health, assist those in need and further the goals and traditions of the Nursing program.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4342
Email: Kellnem@sunysuffolk.edu / barrets@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Animal Awareness & Rescue Club

The club´s mission is to raise awareness about how the poor treatment of animals, including abuse, industrialized farming and overall attitudes impact our lives, health and our environment; and to give a voice to the voiceless.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4716 / (631) 451- 4836
Email: gerlin@sunysuffolk.edu / weinstm@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: This club is currently inactive.
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Anime Club

To educate and learn through Asian animation.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4084
Email: baileya@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Anyone Can Help

Our purpose is to give back to others and improve the lives of those around us. Doing community service is one of the most self-rewarding things one can do. This is not only an opportunity to change the lives of others, but an opportunity to better the life of your own.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Art Club

The Art Club gives an outlet for students to express themselves.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6419
Email: epsteij@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Art Club

To provide students the ability to do and learn about artwork in a group setting.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 948- 4223
Email: jacksor@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Ammerman Campus

Asian Culture Club

The Asian Culture Club will provide SCCC students with an opportunity to experience Asian culture, cuisine and lifestyles.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Multicultural
Phone: (631) 451- 4981
Email: huhynev@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Aspiring Teachers Club

Our mission is to promote aspiring teachers in their quest to gain knowledge about the teaching profession as well as to provide future teachers with opportunities to develop their professional skills and to encourage them to form fellowships among students, faculty, and the community that will have lasting meaning for all.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6325
Email: amatoe@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Ammerman Campus

Association of Latin American Students (ALAS)

ALAS is dedicated to expanding and embracing the Hispanic culture by breaking down the walls of diversity. By unifying Suffolk County Community College and the community as a whole, ALAS will take the initiative in spreading their ideas and visions to make a difference.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Multicultural
Phone: (631) 451- 4727 / (631) 451- 4171
Email: alonson@sunysuffolk.edu / melendl@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Astronomy Club

The Astronomy Club´s mission is to encourage students to enjoy and learn more about the universe by visiting planetariums and stargazing.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4301
Email: Pappasm@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Backyard Garden

The Backyard Garden club's mission is to promote gardening, teach and give back to the community. You can give a person vegetables, but if you teach a person to grow vegetables they can feed themselves.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Biology Club

To facilitate opportunities and create a supportive environment for students interested in biology and to contribute to the scientific community on and off campus.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4914
Email: kennym@sunysuffolk.edu / smithpr@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Grant Campus

Black & Latinx Student Union (BLSU)

To uplift and unite Black and Latinx students on the Grant Campus through educational and social events. To provide community service within Black & Latinx communities.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Multicultural
Location/Details: To Be Determined
Multicultural
Eastern Campus

Black Male Associates Network

This organization is comprised of students, staff, faculty, administrators and community. Students who wish to be involved in this organization begin their involvement while accomplishing the 5 required tasks for acceptance into the Network. Faculty, staff, administrators and community members in the Associates Network are invited to attend the events planned by the membership and are asked to be members and are welcome to recruit others. The organization has required attire along with patches and ribbons indicating the successful accomplishment of the required tasks.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Multicultural
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Book Club

The Book Club meets to discuss one book each semester in a supportive atmosphere. Students are invited to share their opinions in a non-threatening environment to promote their love of reading.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6423
Email: tonsoj@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Grant Campus

Brothers Reaching New Heights (BRUH)

Our mission is to empower young men to reach their full potential in every area of their lives while maximizing the resources available through our network of partners. We seek to inspire them to become effective leaders, fathers, citizens and role models in their communities. To present to families, communities, nation and work an image of men as family-oriented, moral, loving, intelligent, responsible and productive members of society.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Multicultural / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6344
Email: dowdj@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Business and Accounting Club

To promote the interests of students engaged in the study of Business and Accounting.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4264
Email: boscon@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Business Club

To help students develop an awareness of opportunities in the business & academic communities. Also, encourage students'' participation in activities beneficial to the college.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6746 / (631) 851- 6770
Email: deleonm@sunysuffolk.edu / capursj@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

C.A.R.E.S. Club

The C.A.R.E.S. (Creating, Awareness & Readiness to End Stigma) Club is dedicated to increasing awareness about mental health to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness. We aim to spark conversations about mental illness & mental health. The club collaborates with other clubs and hosts fun informational self-care & wellness activities.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6443
Email: flynnk@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor
Programming Boards
Ammerman Campus

Campus Activities Board

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is responsible for planning social, recreational, cultural and educational programs for students at the Ammerman Campus. Working with the Campus Activities staff, CAB strives to enhance the social and academic environment on campus. Students interested in joining may stop by the Office of Campus Activities in the Babylon Student Center.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Programming Boards
Phone: (631) 451- 4814
Programming Boards
Grant Campus

Campus Activities Board

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is responsible for planning social, recreational, cultural and educational programs for students at the Grant Campus. Working with the Campus Activities staff, CAB strives to enhance the social and academic environment on campus. Students interested in joining may stop by the Office of Campus Activities in the Captree 110.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Programming Boards
Phone: (631) 851- 6702
Academic
Ammerman Campus

CARES Club

The CARES Club aims to provide students with a safe and supportive environment to confide in and grow with. We plan to engage in creative activities within our club and campus to reduce stress. We wish to end the stigma of mental health by providing students with resources, awareness and understanding of how important mental wellness truly is.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Email: boless@sunysuffolk.edu
Publications
Grant Campus

Cassandra Lit Magazine

"Cassandra", the literary magazine for the Grant Campus, is published on an annual basis. "Cassandra´s" goal is to publish those poems and short stories, along with art work and photographs, which deal with not only women´s issues, but also humanistic issues. "Cassandra" is a forum for many different backgrounds, both female and male, full and part-time students, day and evening students. "Cassandra" also sponsors an annual poetry contest with cash prizes.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Publications / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6469
Email: mahabij@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Catholic Club

The Catholic Club welcomes any students who want to be serious about their faith, helping others by serving them and learning about social justice issues.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6897 / (631) 851- 6571
Email: leoparj@sunysuffolk.edu / hannaw@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Chess

Our goal is to have our members hone analytical and strategical thinking skills to be applied to the game which can then be extended as a personal asset throughout life.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4839
Email: kellerr@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Chess Club

To provide an opportunity for students to play and analyze the strategies involved in the game of chess.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest / Recreational
Phone: (631) 851- 6440 / (631) 851- 6737
Email: dalym@sunysuffolk.edu / grayd@sunysuffolk.edu
Honor Societies
Grant Campus

Chi Alpha Epsilion

Chi Alpha Epsilon, the National Honor Society, was formed to recognize the academic achievements of students admitted to colleges and universities throughout the country by non-traditional criteria and serves students in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Student Support Services (SSS) and Student Success Programs. Its purposes are to promote continued high academic standards, to foster increased communication among its members, and to honor academic excellence achieved by those students

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 851- 6510
Location/Details: Contact EOP Office
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

Chi Alpha Epsilon

Chi Alpha Epsilon, the National Honor Society, was formed to recognize the academic achievements of students admitted to colleges and universities throughout the country by non-traditional criteria and serves students in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Student Support Services (SSS) and Student Success Programs. Its purposes are to promote continued high academic standards, to foster increased communication among its members, and to honor academic excellence achieved by those students.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4649
Email: stewars@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Christian Faith Fellowship

The purpose of this organization is to bring people closer to God, provide religious enrichment for Christians and non-Christians, and provide community services for the needy such as clothing, food, and toys for children at Christmas and on various holidays.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6569
Email: jeromej@sunysuffolk.edu
Performing Arts
Ammerman Campus

College Choir

While not a club under the auspice of the Office of Campus Activities and Student Leadership Development, College Choir is the largest of the performing ensembles at the College with approximately 85 students participating each semester. No prior experience is required to join the ensemble which rehearses Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00AM-12:15PM in the Southampton Building Room 20.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Performing Arts
Phone: (631) 451- 4779
Email: cavanaa@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Comic Book Club

To spread awareness to comic book lovers and create a healthy subculture environment

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4721
Email: corryc@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Communications Club

The Club at the Grant campus is a social and educational group for Communication majors and those interested in the fields within communication. Our mission is to expose students to the professional, academic, and social aspects of the Communication field through networking opportunities, guest speakers, workshops, volunteer work and to provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6480 / (631) 851- 6370
Email: edwardm@sunysuffolk.edu / brinkap@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Community Service Club

We aim to enrich our community and environment as well as increase the standards of living for those in need through the use of voluntary acts of and projects. Each student involved has the opportunity to cultivate personal growth and self confidence by gaining leadership skills, building his/her resume and developing an increased aptitude toward the field upon which he or she is majoring. Together Community Service Club will contribute to the improvement of the vital issues that plague our community.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Email: deleonl@sunysuffolk.edu
Publications
Ammerman Campus

Compass

The <i>Compass</i> is published monthly and serves as a vehicle of expression for the entire campus. All students are welcome to work on the newspaper and any member of the college community can submit articles for publication.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Publications
Phone: (631) 451- 4537
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Computer Club

For students interested in learning more about computers and technology.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6288
Email: struckc@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Computer Science Club

To make knowledge of computing languages and hardware accessible to the student body and to understand how we can use our knowledge to solve today's problems and maybe some of tomorrow's.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4450
Email: lib@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Conscious Lyrics Spoken Word Poetry Club

To explore and perform the art of spoken word poetry.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6469
Email: mahabij@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Council for Unity

To encourage community and provide a judgment free space for SCCC students. This is accomplished by promoting family, unity, self esteem and empowerment.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6344
Email: dowdj@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Criminal Justice Club

To discuss, debate and examine various aspects of criminal justice and the law. To become active in out-of-classroom experiences which stimulate their understanding of the field.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6464
Email: milletj@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Criminal Justice Society

To discuss, debate and examine various aspects of criminal justice and the law. To become active in out-of-classroom experiences which stimulate their understanding of the field.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4709
Email: schmidr@sunysuffolk.edu / higginm@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Eastern Campus

Culinary Arts & Baking Club

This organization strives to enhance the learning experience of students in the Culinary Arts program. One highlight of the group is the annual trip to New York City food show.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Academic
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Cybersecurity

To provide students interested in cyber security with opportunities to advance their knowledge. This is accomplished through regular meetings with discussions and hands-on activities.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4463 / (631) 451- 4895
Email: sadowsj@sunysuffolk.edu / franks@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Grant Campus

Desi International

To bring cultures together and celebrate the Asian & Middle Eastern Cultures.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Multicultural / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6414
Email: morrism@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Ammerman Campus

DESI Student Organization

A cultural group to unite different cultures together.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Multicultural
Phone: (631) 451- 4692
Email: lauriar@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Disney Club

The mission of our club is to create an environment where students can share their love for all things Disney. We strive to create diverse, fun programs students can enjoy throughout the academic year.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4653
Email: davidk@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

DIVERSEability

To develop a more perfect union.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Location/Details: To Be Determined
Publications
Eastern Campus

East End Elements

East End Elements, the campus art & literary magazine for the Eastern Campus of Suffolk County Community College, publishes poetry, prose, artwork, and photos submitted by students, alumni, faculty, and staff. The editorial staff selects materials based on artistic merit, whether or not it coincides with the views of the staff or advisor, through a process of blind submissions. The magazine is published once each semester and is distributed across campus. Requests for our call for submissions should be sent to Orient 133 or eastendelements@gmail.com.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Publications
Academic
Eastern Campus

Eastern Suffolk PN Club

We are proud to make history as the first Practical Nurse class at Suffolk Community College. The goal of this club is to bring change and promote healing for the patients in our care. We would like to promote a community spirit which demonstrates empathy, caring, compassion and education. We are proud to represent our nursing class by putting our ideas into action.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Academic
Academic
Grant Campus

Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)

An academic support program to help college students succeed in college.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic / Multicultural
Phone: (631) 851- 6429 / (631) 851- 6249
Email: taliefs@sunysuffolk.edu / johnsoda@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Empowering Our Progress (EOP Club)

Empowers at risk adolescents to make life choices that positively impact their future through college based mentoring, team building and to help them learn from their past, live in the present and dream for the future.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Environmental Alliance Club

Our goal is to gather an ever-growing alliance of individuals inspired to speak up, educate others and act upon environmental issues.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6414
Email: morrism@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Environmental Awareness, Action & Sustainability

The Environmental Awareness, Action and Sustainability Group is not only a club that participates in local environmental projects, but we also are eager to organize multiple events of our own that help out the planet we live on. Our main goal as a group is to educate and enlighten our fellow students about what is going on around all over the world to our environment and how we can help. Taking a stand and spreading the word around our campus is just the start to the impact we can make.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 6414
Email: morrism@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Environmental Club

Our mission as an environmental club is to raise campus awareness of the environmental issues that surround us both on campus and throughout the world. We hope to educate as well as inspire others to live a more environmentally friendly lifestyle.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Academic
Ammerman Campus

EOP Academic Society

The mission of the EOP Academic Society is to promote academic excellence, opportunity and diversity. Our group will hold weekly meetings on pertinent topics which all members of Suffolk County Community College are welcomed to attend. It is our ultimate goal to establish academic and social relationships between EOP students, faculty, peers, staff and other campus organizations. It is our desire to provide students with an opportunity for out of the class activities such as group meetings, off-campus activities, guest speakers, multicultural events, dinners, dances, fundraising events, conferences, volunteer activities etc.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4412
Email: bonased@sunysuffolk.edu / stewars@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Fashion Club

The Fashion Club strives to let members enhance their creativity and imagination so they can identify and enhance their own personal style. To teach members how to work together as a group and make decisions to put together projects.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Location/Details: This club is not active.
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Fashion Retail

The fashion retail club aims to inspire and promote the interest of students who are looking to pursue careers in both the retail and fashion industries. While building relationships and experiences, the club engages in events and field trips allowing us to see the culture in many different aspects.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4262
Governance
Ammerman Campus

Finance Committee

****For Club Officers only. The Finance Committee. shall consist of five club officers to approve charters for new clubs and review charters for all organized clubs on campus, with power to revoke the charters of those clubs not following the guidelines set forth by the Club Board. The Club Board shall develop policies relating to club activities and the expenditure of funds for club activities, assist club officers with proper paper work procedures and conduct themselves in a leadership role and maintain confidentiality as needed.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Governance
Phone: (631) 451- 4368
Email: deleonl@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Fitness Club

To promote good health.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6401
Email: wolfsoj@sunysuffolk.edu
Recreational
Eastern Campus

Fitness Log Club

The club will be one that meets roughly once every two weeks to talk about eating and exercize. It will include, but not limited to, fitness goals, progress, weight lifting tips (things that work for us in the gym), eating tips, etc. We hope to be able to help other people with eating and fitness and learn from each other.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Recreational
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Fitness Specialist Club/Physical Education Club

The mission of the Fitness Specialist Club is to enable students to discover and explore the wellness/fitness and education fields through seminars, lectures, conventions and other organized outings.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4534 / (631) 451- 4975
Email: tomlete@sunysuffolk.edu / whitmas@sunysuffolk.edu
Recreational
Eastern Campus

Gaming Club

The main focus of the Gaming Club is to have cooperation with each other and to create new friends that have similar interests in gaming.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Recreational
Recreational
Grant Campus

Gaming Club

To restore and maintain the gaming area and to unite a community of gamers.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Recreational
Phone: (631) 851- 6401
Email: wolfsoj@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Gaming Club

To restore and maintain the gaming area and to unite a community of gamers.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4084
Email: baileya@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Gender Alliance

To raise the consciousness of ourselves as women, to understand the common issues of women, and to raise understanding between the sexes.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4093
Email: senftj@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Geology Club

To explore and understand the application of geology in our everyday lives and to investigate possible career paths.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4303
Email: butkosd@sunysuffolk.edu / tvelias@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

GSA Gender & Sexuality Alliance

The purpose of GSA is to provide an atmosphere of warmth, respect and acceptance for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered students on the East campus. We bring together LGBTQI+ and allies to seek resolutions to social injustices and create programming that raises awareness, starts discussions, and promotes an overall inclusive campus community.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Academic
Grant Campus

Health Information Technology Club

Linked to the HIT major program with the goal of helping students explore the connections between technology and our health.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6430
Email: muccioj@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

History Club

The History Club shall sponsor trips and films, provide a forum for discussion and speakers concerning various historical events. We will help our fellow students gain a greater understanding of past events and how historic processes help to better comprehend present society.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6572 / (631) 851- 6583
Email: dimaurd@sunysuffolk.edu / segerb@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

History Club

The focus of the History Club is to learn about local history by taking various trips across Long Island and New York City, hosting films and discussions, and participating in campus and community activities.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Location/Details: This club is not currently active.
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Hogwarts at Suffolk

The purpose of this club is to discuss and analyze the themes, philosophies, and meanings in the Harry Potter novels

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4355
Email: behnkel@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Holistic Wellness

The Holistic Wellness Club will promote the benefits of alternative medicine, relaxation techniques, and spirituality. Central to its mission is optimizing personal health, compassion toward others and respect for our environment.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Academic
Grant Campus

Honors Club

To explore the honors program and promote academic excellence to all students.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6323 / (631) 851- 6833
Email: vanderr@sunysuffolk.edu / thomassh@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Eastern Campus

Honors Club

Grounded in the traditions of the liberal arts, the Honor�s Club stresses the connections among various disciplines and the tools of artistic and intellectual activiity.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Academic
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Honors Club

To promote student excellence and community service.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4778
Email: ziselm@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Horror/Sci-Fi Club

Our mission is to share our passions and interests for the genres of horror and science fiction via film, fiction, field trips and conventions.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4537
Email: burnsw@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Eastern Campus

Hotel, Tourism, and Event Managements Club

Our mission is to create a respectable and educational environment where students of the hotel industry can share ideas and enhance their knowledge through hands on experiences to prepare them for success in the world of hospitality.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Academic
Special Interest
Grant Campus

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning)

To foster a community of lifelong learners in HVAC/R technologies that are committed to excellence in their trade craft of heating, refrigeration and air-conditioning. We the HVAC/R Club stand committed to the ideals of integrity in the workplace, superior work quality and empowerment to our members in a diverse workforce.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6897 / (631) 851- 6751
Email: leoparj@sunysuffolk.edu / gannotm@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Italian Club

To sponsor programs, field trips, guest speakers, films and theatrical events that will provide meaningful learning experiences related to Italian culture, language, and customs.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic / Multicultural
Phone: (631) 451- 4510
Email: hernana@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Journalism Club

This club is dedicated to advocating for a free press and inspiring excellence among journalism through activities focused on training, outreach, diversity, journalism ethics and freedom of information.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Performing Arts
Grant Campus

Latin Dance Club

To teach dance through fun.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Performing Arts
Phone: (631) 851- 6280 / (631) 851- 6442
Email: boutchj@sunysuffolk.edu / alzugam@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Lazarus Rising

To provide the necessary job placement skills to the homeless and near homeless populations in order to effectively prepare them for seeking employment.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Location/Details: This club is currently inactive.
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Legal Society

To enable students with similar interests in law and related fields to organize activities which will broaden knowledge of the field and to help achieve career goals.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4798
Email: giaccos@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Legal Studies

To provide activities in an education environment that will enhance student knowledge of the law for club members and all students of SCCC.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6432 / (631) 851- 6766
Email: ellisn@sunysuffolk.edu / odoherd@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

LGBTQ+ Club

We offer a welcoming environment for LGBTQ+ Students and allies. Our meetings and events focus on building an inclusive community, raising awareness and supporting ways for students to be themselves on campus.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest / Multicultural
Phone: (631) 851- 6351
Email: borzeln@sunysuffolk.edu
Publications
Eastern Campus

Lighthouse News

The Lighthouse News is a publication produced by students on the Eastern campus of Suffolk County Community College. Students serve in editing positions, reporting positions, and photography and layout and design positions to collaborate in creating news reports, feature stories, arts and entertainment articles and sports stories that cover campus events and activities. We welcome contributions, feedback, letters to the editor and critiques. Please contact us at lighthousenews@yahoo.com

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Publications
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Manufacturing Technology Club

To provide leadership for effective strategic and tactical planning in the use of technology such as manufacturing, HVAC/R and Computer Science

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6418
Email: laderia@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Marine Science Club

To promote interest and involvement in Marine Science, and to serve as a repository of students for local internships, volunteers and other related opportunites.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4688
Email: mcnamam@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Math

We are here to entice the acknowledgement of math in our daily lives and hope to contaminate others to appreciate them more.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4494
Email: kimm@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Math Club

The objectives of this club are to help students interested in mathematics through participation in different events related to mathematics, including visiting science museums, tutoring sessions, attending lectures, exploring opportunities, and establishing relationships with existing clubs and academic groups. It will also share with the college community the need and advantage of knowing mathematics through presentations, handouts of recent information and providing a brief historical statement of an individual topic.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6297
Email: votkes@sunysuffolk.edu
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

Mu Alpha Theta

Math Honor Society

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4658
Email: atwooda@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Eastern Campus

Multicultural Student Union

This organization seeks to recruit, empower and practice cultural joining among students from all groups. Through culinary, musical and other collaborate programming and outreach and initiatives the group has as its goal to bring students together for on and off campus activities, programs and trips. All students are welcome and encouraged to join and to bring their own unique cultural contribution and education to the group.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Multicultural
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Music Club

The purpose of this club is to help musicians (at any level) expand their musical boundaries. Whether that be learning how to play those first few scales and chords, or learn a new instrument/style altogether. Every participant will have the opportunity to teach their own style as well as learn more from others that have different experiences. Everyone should have an opportunity to create their own music. This club hopes to help give the gift of creation and expression through a musical instrument.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Musicians Club

The Musicians Club is for all aspiring musicians who want to enjoy a relaxing Friday jamming and collaborating with fellow students.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest / Performing Arts
Phone: (631) 851- 6475
Email: kauffma@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Grant Campus

Muslim Student Association

Muslims & non-Muslims come together as a team for the community to celebrate holidays & spread our culture.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Multicultural
Phone: (631) 851- 6414
Email: morrism@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Nursing Club

To provide a forum for students to collaborate in interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary settings in order to provide and promote the educational and professional endeavors of the individual members of the organization. To promote scholarship, leadership, and to provide community service.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6428 / (631) 851- 6530
Email: hormann@sunysuffolk.edu / niggems@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor for Meeting Information
Academic
Eastern Campus

Nutrition Club

To assist the community and Suffolk County Community College nutritional needs through food drives, nutritional education and fund raisers.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Academic
Academic
Grant Campus

Occupational Therapy Assoc.

To communicate what occupational therapy is to the community and support activities that promote occupational therapy as a profession.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6335 / (631) 851- 6219
Email: hubbsl@sunysuffolk.edu / gentilm@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Eastern Campus

Open Studio

The Open Studio&acute;s club mission is to provide a creative space for students interested in making fine artworks. Club members are offered the opportunity to work with drawing media but also painting and ceramics as these classes are not frequently offered on the Eastern Campus. The club encourages members to further develop their artistic portfolio and support each other through feedback. The Open Studio seeks to create a community of artists interested in motivating each other through working together in a common space.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Academic
Performing Arts
Ammerman Campus

Opera Club

The purpose of the Opera Club shall be to stimulate interest in opera and all musical activities. By allowing members of all majors we promote interest in opera and all music departmental activities for anyone with an interest in opera music.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Performing Arts
Phone: (631) 451- 4779
Email: cavanaa@sunysuffolk.edu
Performing Arts
Ammerman Campus

Orchestra Club

To create and support orchestra music in all of its forms.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Performing Arts / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4346
Email: wrightr@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Outdoor Club

The club will promote environmentally friendly activities and behavior in natural places. All students are welcome, from the most experienced adventurers to those just looking to learn something new and be involved in outside pursuits. Our goal is to educate each other and encourage more students to be active in nature. Activities may include on-campus meetings and off-campus trips such as walking, hiking, biking and much more as we explore Long Island and beyond. Come adventure with us.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Email: parbstj@sunysuffolk.edu / nohaisa@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Paranormal Club

Investigate the paranormal and the science behind it.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6494
Email: silverw@sunysuffolk.edu
Publications
Ammerman Campus

Perspectives

PRSPCTVS provides students with an outlet of expression through their literary, artistic and photographic works. It is published twice a year and all students are encouraged to contribute material at any time during the semester.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Publications
Phone: (631) 451- 4532
Email: caulft@sunysuffolk.edu
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

Phi Theta Kappa

The purpose of Alpha Zeta Nu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Suffolk Community College shall be the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of this college.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4358 / (631) 451- 4341
Email: kileyh@sunysuffolk.edu / dartb@sunysuffolk.edu
Honor Societies
Eastern Campus

Phi Theta Kappa

This is the national two-year college honor society. Members are dedicated to scholarship, service, leadership and fellowship between members of the campus and local community. Students must be invited to join the organization.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Honor Societies / Academic
Honor Societies
Grant Campus

Phi Theta Kappa

To promote and recognize excellent academic achievement.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 851- 6543 / (631) 851- 6702
Email: sot@sunysuffolk.edu / hamilit@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor for Information
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Philosophy Club

Philosophical discussions about traditional and topical issues.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4143
Email: kosciuc@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Philosophy Forum

The purpose of the Philosophy Club is to promote philosophical thought at SCC by providing an informal environment where both students and faculty can come together to converse philosophy.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6456
Email: simpsoj@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Photography Club

The SCCC Photo Club´s mission is to give the entire student body at Suffolk County Community College an opportunity to explore and enjoy photography. Club activities will include photo shooting field trips, gallery and museum field trips, sponsor on campus events such as a lecture series of visiting professional photographers, sponsor a film series on photographers and photography, critiques of student work, info sessions on photographic topics, pinhole photography day, annual photography show, and have fund-raising events such as photo print sales and portrait opportunities.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6427 / (631) 851- 6226
Email: pendziv@sunysuffolk.edu / wozniaj@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Photography Club

The mission of the Photo Club will be to further enhance the student members� appreciation, understanding and utilization of photography as a means of advancing and augmenting their academic studies and goals and also a way to encourage their involvement in the community through the use of photography. One of the goals of the club will be, through extra-curricular trips, to expose students to exciting shows, presentations, exhibits and experiences normally not available within the college. These activities will help to acquaint the student members with the professional photography community.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Physical Therapist Assistant Club

To pursue the goals and ideals secured by the American Physical Therapy Association. To provide members with appropriate activities to enhance their knowledge and professionalism.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4017
Email: hoffmak@sunysuffolk.edu / perruck@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Physics Club

To bring together physics and science oriented students for social and professional gatherings, encourage students to participate in physical experimentation and to facilitate the access to information on internships and research opportunities in physics and related science careers.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4535
Email: denicog@sunysuffolk.edu
Recreational
Eastern Campus

Pokemon Go Club

The purpose of the Pokemon Go Club is to give the chance to improve the game and help fellow players. It will help also for those who may be too shy to interact in a traditional way.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Recreational
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

Psi Beta

The mission of Psi Beta is professional development of psychology students through promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4986
Email: stamarn@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Psychology Club

To explore the discipline of psychology through discussion, trips, lectures and films.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 451- 4390
Email: ullricn@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Psychology Club

To examine the human condition through various social science-psychology, sociology, economics, political science, and anthropology. Seeing how these pieces form a tapestry that covers time and space, in a way that one single discipline could.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6332
Email: malikj@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Rotaract Volunteer Club

To participate in charitable organizations both locally and internationally.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6847
Email: sullivde@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

S.T.A.R.S.

Stars or Students Against Rape and Sexual Assault is a club on the Eastern Campus. The purpose of this club is to not only speak out against these issues but to support people who have experienced these issues or something similar.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Multicultural
Eastern Campus

SAAS Step Team

A Student Group dedicated to the Academic and Social support and empowerment of African American and Latinx women, through networking and programming and Step Dancing.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Multicultural
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

SALUTE

SALUTE is the only national honor society that recognizes and honors the service and the scholastic achievements of student veterans.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4509
Email: prathed@sunysuffolk.edu
Honor Societies
Grant Campus

SALUTE

SALUTE is the only national honor society that recognizes and honors the service and the scholastic achievements of student veterans.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4456
Email: aridasj@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor for Information
Recreational
Ammerman Campus

Shall I Take the Lead?

This club serves to accomplish two main goals which are to teach students the elegance and respect of ballroom dance, as well as to assist students in boosting their confidence by dancing with a partner. As such, we provide a fun and welcoming environment in which all students can learn how to dance a variety of styles such as Bachata, Salsa and Tango (to name a few). As our goal is to teach students, all levels of experience are gladly welcomed. Shall I take the Lead will also organize events to promote ballroom dancing which may include dance socials, basic competitions, formals and other events as a way to better expose students to the enjoyment that dancing has to offer.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Recreational / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4935
Email: jamesm@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Shark Night Club

The Sharks Nights Club is open to all SCCC students, but primarily focusing on the new and first-year day and evening students. The Shark Nights Club collaborates with the Office of Campus Activities to support the educational and social development of all new SCCC students. Our goal is to engage students by hosting events for day and evening students, participate in on-campus activities, and volunteer at community service events. As a club, our officers and advisors strive to provide personal support to help students navigate their way through the first year and get the complete &quot;college experience&quot; at SCCC.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6572 / (631) 851- 6583
Email: dimarud@sunysuffolk.edu / segerb@sunysuffolk.edu
Recreational
Eastern Campus

Shark Swim Club

To create a safe and comfortable environment that promotes student collaboration through the practice of swimming with the objective of growing strong work ethic, self-motivation,discipline, and self-esteem; To inspire members with a sense of team and unity within a supportive and motivated organization of swimmers.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Recreational / Recreational
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

Sigma Chi Eta

Communication Honor Society

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4509
Email: prathed@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Islip Building
Honor Societies
Grant Campus

Sigma Chi Eta

Sigma Chi Eta is the official community college Honor Society of the National Communication Association. The society was founded in 2000. The goals of Sigma Chi Eta are to: Recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement; Stimulate interest in the field of communication; Promote and encourage professional development among communication majors; Provide an opportunity to discuss & exchange ideas about the field; Establish & maintain close relationships and understanding between faculty and students; Explore options for further undergraduate/graduate studies.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 851- 6353 / (631) 851- 6486
Email: brinkap@sunysuffolk.edu / horanv@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Adivsor for Information
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

Sigma Kappa Delta

Recognize and reward outstanding achievement in English language and literature; provide cultural stimulation and promote interest in English on two-year college campuses and in the communities they serve; Foster English in all its aspects, including creative and critical writing; promote good professional interaction among members; and exhibit high standards of academic achievement.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4988
Email: Disanzr@sunysuffolk.edu
Honor Societies
Grant Campus

Sigma Kappa Delta English Honor Society

To promote and recognize excellent academic achievement in English.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 851- 6558 / (631) 851- 6494
Email: odonogk@sunysuffolk.edu / silverw@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor for Information
Multicultural
Grant Campus

Sister 2 Sister

Sister 2 Sister (S2S) is a national organization dedicated to supporting the personal and professional development of college women of color. S2S members will be empowered personally, academically, socially and spiritually.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Multicultural / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6341
Email: banksc@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor
Honor Societies
Ammerman Campus

Sociedad Honoraria De La Lengua Espanola (SHLE)

1. Recognize students in two-year colleges who excel in the study of the Spanish language and Hispanic culture. 2. Recognize those who have made the Hispanic contributions to modern culture better known in the English-speaking world. 3. Encourage students to acquire interest in and a deeper understanding of Hispanic culture. 4. Build and advocate friendship and mutual respect between the nations of Hispanic speech and those of English speech. 5. Serve its membership in ways that will contribute to the attainment of the goals and ideals of the society.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4911
Honor Societies
Grant Campus

Sociedad Honorarla De La Lengua Espanola (SHLE)

1. Recognize students in two-year colleges who excel in the study of the Spanish language and Hispanic culture. 2. Recognize those who have made the Hispanic contributions to modern culture better known in the English-speaking world. 3. Encourage students to acquire interest in and a deeper understanding of Hispanic culture. 4. Build and advocate friendship and mutual respect between the nations of Hispanic speech and those of English speech. 5. Serve its membership in ways that will contribute to the attainment of the goals and ideals of the society.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Honor Societies
Phone: (631) 451- 4911
Email: kahnl@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Society of Writers

The study of original creative works and to support student creative writing through workshops and readings by published authors. To encourage young writers in their endeavors.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4988
Email: dsanzar@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Solidarity At Suffolk (SAS)

The general purpose of the SAS is to build community, organize and unionize students at the Eastern Campus. This is done to achieve a better standard of living for the students at Suffolk - East and the people they live with. Also SAS will be working to disseminate information about causes and ideas related to their goals.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Spanish Club

To sponsor programs, field trips, guest speakers, films and theatrical events that will provide meaningful learning experiences related to Spanish culture, language and customs.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic / Multicultural
Phone: (631) 451- 4739
Email: garciac@sunysuffolk.edu; peterskr@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Eastern Campus

STEM Club

The mission of the STEM Club is to motivate a strong interest in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The STEM Club will create paths of discovery, research, career advisement, education and promote student networking.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Academic / Academic
Email: szpakm@sunysuffolk.edu / fialk90@mail.sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

STEM Journal Club

To expand the students´ knowledge on current discoveries and inventions in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) by examining, analyzing and discussing articles from the STEM journals and by conducting activities to promote scientific inquiry.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6458
Email: seshadp@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Step Up Dance Club

To explore the art of dance and hip hop culture. To entertain and educate the community about contemporary music and create an outlet for positive physical expression.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6234
Email: riederd@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Eastern Campus

Student African American Sisterhood

A Student Group dedicated to the Academic and Social support and empowerment of African American and Latinx women, through networking and programming and Step Dancing.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Multicultural
Governance
Eastern Campus

Student Government

The Student Government provides the means whereby students may actively participate in the governance of the college and campus. The organization provides students with an excellent opportunity to develop their personal skills in leadership, group management and interpersonal skills. Executive elections are held each Spring for President, Vice Presidents, and Secretary. Students may apply for General Assembly positions any time during the year.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Governance
Governance
Ammerman Campus

Student Government Association

The mission of the Student Government Association @ Ammerman Campus is to represent the student body and promote democracy by supporting the goals and objectives identified by the student body. The Student Government Association will act as a liaison between the students, faculty, staff and administration. The Student Government Association will serve to define, defend and protect all student rights, responsibilities and freedoms as well as the general welfare of the Suffolk County Community College - Ammerman Campus students.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Governance
Phone: (631) 451- 4324
Email: president@sccsga.com
Governance
Grant Campus

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is concerned with the development, welfare and governance of all students, student organizations, and student groups at the Grant Campus. The Student Government Association is the official student representative group of the Grant Campus and in that capacity has the authority to consult with the faculty and administration of the college regarding matters effecting student affairs.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Governance
Phone: (631) 851- 6702
Email: hamiltl@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Student Parents for a Better Tomorrow

Concerned parents who strive to share information to achieve to be better parents, students, and role models.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6516 / (631) 851- 6517
Email: calderv@sunysuffolk.edu / decostm@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor for Meeting Times
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Student Veterans of America

To serve and support veterans and advocate for noble charitable organizations in an effort to make the community better.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 7999
Email: aridasj@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Student Veterans of America

To honor those who have served and are currently serving, and to give back to veterans in our community.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4456
Email: quirke@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Student Veterans of America

Development of programs to help Veterans transition to classroom. Students become advocates for other veterans, promote civic engagement

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Suffolk Broadcasters Club

The Suffolk Broadcasters Club serves to advance the goals of students whose career interests are in the Broadcasting field.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4848 / (631) 451- 4853
Email: coulanc@sunysuffolk.edu / whitnuw@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Riverhead Building TV Studio, call for dates
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Suffolk Christian Fellowship

Suffolk Christian Fellowship shall be to offer a foundational resource for college students seeking to discover how to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. We will also provide valuable tools on how to have emotional, physical, and spiritual healing through the knowledge of the Word of God, while also fostering healthy relationships among students, faculty, peers, staff, and other campus organizations. Some of our activities will include an informational literature table, community outreach, coffeehouse meetings,retreats, informational/topical meetings, fundraisers, field trips and other identified needs.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4909
Email: brockmj@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Ammerman Campus

Suffolk SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Acceptance)

To discuss, promote and celebrate SCCC pride in its every dimension, on and off campus.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Special Interest / Multicultural
Email: deleonl@sunysuffolk.edu
Special Interest
Eastern Campus

Suffolk Saves the Amazon

The mission of Suffolk Saves the Amazon (SSTA) is to raise funds in order to help conserve the amazon rainforest. SSTA will be doing this through the Rainforest Trust, a charity that buys up land in the Peruvian section of the amazon and then gives it back to local indigenous people. This way the trees cannot be altered or cut down and the land will be used only for preservation.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Special Interest
Recreational
Eastern Campus

Suffolk Sharks Swim Club

To create a safe and comfortable environment that promotes student collaboration through the practice of swimming with the objective of growing strong work ethic, self-motivation, discipline, and self-esteem. To inspire members with a sense of team and unity within a supportive and motivated organization of swimmers.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Recreational
Academic
Ammerman Campus

Technology Club

To bring different technology disciplines and expertise together, form a community and ignite curiosity to inspire the lifelong discovery of engineering science.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Academic
Email: franciw@sunysuffolk.edu / johnstr@sunysuffolk.edu
Performing Arts
Ammerman Campus

Theatre Club

To educate and entertain our college community through shows, theatre outings and community involvement, while supporting the arts.

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Performing Arts
Location/Details: This club is not active
Performing Arts
Grant Campus

Theatre Club

To discuss and share the love of theatre.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Performing Arts
Phone: (631) 851- 6534
Email: ramirez@sunysuffolk.edu
Multicultural
Ammerman Campus

Turkish-American Student Association

Improving cultural variety on campus and help international students adopt to this country

Primary Campus: Ammerman
Category: Multicultural / Special Interest
Phone: (631) 451- 4692
Email: lauriar@sunysuffolk.edu
Academic
Grant Campus

Veterinary Science Club

To provide a means of communication among its members in order to advance and improve the expertise of the veterinary technician. To develop communication and promotion of interest with the Student Personnel Staff and parent organization known as NYSAVT, to create and maintain a professional image of the veterinary technician and his/her relationship to the veterinarian. To enlarge the technician's knowledge of necessary skills through continuing education programs, sponsored seminars and associations and student association letters to provide information on job opportunities; to raise the standards of integrity, courtesy & honesty; to foster high ethical standards within the profession, to promote the interest of veterinary technicians through state and federal legislation, to provide a social organization between members, and to aid in better education of the public as to the needs of animals.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Academic
Phone: (631) 851- 6496 / (631) 851- 6303
Email: doughed@sunysuffolk.edu / phelpsw@sunysuffolk.edu
Publications
Grant Campus

Western Student Press

Western Student Press, the student newspaper at the Grant Campus, is published periodically during the academic year.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Publications
Phone: (631) 851- 6236
Email: leibowa@sunysuffolk.edu
Location/Details: Contact Advisor for Meeting Information
Special Interest
Grant Campus

Women's Club

To promote the appreciation of women's accomplishments and to facilitate the knowledge and discussion of gender related issues.

Primary Campus: Grant
Category: Special Interest
Phone: (631) 851- 6572
Email: dimaurd@sunysuffolk.edu
Recreational
Eastern Campus

World Dance Club

The club aims to express the student's understanding of the different styles of dance by showing a diverse group of dancing expressions and help better enable their skills in the dances they learn.

Primary Campus: Eastern
Category: Recreational