New Rochelle clubs
The College of New Rochelle is home to a host of student organizations, offering opportunities to explore your interest, make new friends, and discover new talents.
Check out the list below and see the many ways you can get involved!
This local chapter of a national organization seeks to raise mental health awareness among college students.
The CNR Anime Club brings students together who are interested in Japanese animation and pop-culture, along with creating a social event on campus related to these topics for the entire CNR community to enjoy..
The CNR Art Club holds workshops, game nights, and other events, and gathers together students interested in the visual arts.
Black Ice is The College of New Rochelle's step team. The group provides entertainment at many campus events, using poise and precision.
Black Student Union
The BSU is dedicated to supporting diversity on campus. Its signature event is the Evening of Elegance, which includes dinner, dancing, and a fashion show.
Blue Angel Productions
Members create original media pieces, such as short films and music videos.
Council for Exceptional Children
The Council for Exceptional Children strives to raise awareness to the College, professionals and parents about individuals with learning disabilities.
Latin American Women's Society
L.A.W.S. seeks to unite the Latina population on campus and create an environment of sisterhood, support, and enrichment. Their signature event, the Cervantes Dinner Dance, is held during the Spring semester.
Model United Nations
This group seeks to tackle international issues, as well as develop students' abilities in discussion and critical thinking. Members prepare throughout the academic year to participate in the annual National Model United Nations Conference.
Science and Math Society
SAMS encourages student exploration in the scientific and mathematical fields. The club holds study sessions for CNR classes and the MCAT exam, and organizes trips, speakers, and seminars.
Spectrum seeks to encourage members of the College community to discuss diversity issues, including but not limited to body image, gender and sexual minorities, mental and invisible illnesses, physical disabilities, racism, and sexism, facing them both politically and personally. Spectrum also works toward acceptance and the understanding the dignity of the human person. The group's signature event is Ally Week.
Student Nurses' Association
The Student Nurses' Association at The College of New Rochelle, highly regarded in the health care field, seeks to foster the development of students by providing the tools and information needed to become efficient nurses and leaders. CNR SNA on Facebook
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