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Student Clubs

City Tech clubs are an integral part of college life because they allow students with common interests to come together and work toward a common goal. They are also a great way to meet your peers, get to know the college, expand your college education beyond the classroom, and participate in student-sponsored social events on campus.

Club hours are on Thursday, 12:45-2:15pm. City Tech has three types of clubs that support students academic, cultural and social interests. They are:

» Academic ClubsX  

Club Name Meeting Room
American Concrete Institute (ACI) V409
American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) V409
Anna Nurse Culinary Workshop N206
Art Directors Club @ City Tech N1117
Biomedical Informatics (BIB) club N523
Black Male Initiative (BMI) N804
Chemistry Club P604
City Tech Makers N905
City Tech Physics Club N804
Computer Information Association N905
Electronic Technology Association (ETA) International V746
Food and Wine Club N206
Gamma Epsilon Tau G151
Hospitality Garden Club N201
Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI) TBA
Human Services Club N420B
Industrial Design Club V508
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) V703
International Facility Management Association (IFMA) TBA
Law & Paralegal Club N622A
The League of Black Architects V833
Mechanical Engineering Technology V508
Mechatronics Club V508
Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) Club N517
Mock Trial Team N622
National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) N1004
Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) N805
Rem Rad Club P501
Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association (SADHA) P205
Student Optical Society P301
Sustainable Technology Association (STA) V801

» Cultural ClubsX  

Club Name Meeting Room
African Student Association TBA
Bangladeshi Club N602A
Caribbean Club A633
Desi Club N524
Multicultural Awareness Group (MAG) N817
Seekers Christian Fellowship N416
Technically Jewish N716

» Social ClubsX  

Club Name Meeting Room
Acts of Faith N1017
Anime & Gaming Underground Atrium 5th Floor
Architecture Club V812
B.J. Denihan N226
Board Benders TBA
Campus Discovery Awareness TBA
Chinese Christian Fellowship TBA
Club Socialite TBA
CUNY Service Corps TBA
College Affairs: Video Journalism N505
International Business Organization (IBO) N922A
NYCCT Table Tennis Club TBA
Oohlala Club Atrium 2nd Floor Lounge
Parent's Dynamic Club G315
SEEK Peer Leadership Club TBA
Spoons Across America Club N206
Sports Club TBA
WildCards Paintball Club N500

» Other ClubsX  

Club Name Meeting Room
City Tech Helping Hands N1023B
Debate Team TBA
The Gamers Alliance Cafeteria
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship N226
Jaws Club P401
Music Club N/A
Muslim Student Association (MSA) G520B
National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA) P503
The Newman Club A639
Stagecraft Club Voorhees Theater
Veteran's Club N420A

Starting a Club

Any student at City Tech is welcome to start a club. The process to start a club is simple. First, you must have at least 15 people interested in being in the club and identify a club advisor (City Tech faculty or staff member). Once you have identified your members and advisors, there is paperwork that must be done; most of this is online. Finally, you must submit a club constitution. The constitution may state basic information about the club including: purpose and governing structure, the officers’ functions, and club bylaws. A sample constitution is available online. Once this is completed and all of the paperwork is completed the club will be certified as a City Tech Student Club. As a recognized student organization at City Tech, you will be allowed to meet on campus and use City Tech resources.

The certification process has two (2) components - an online component and a written component. Both sections must be completed to be certified as a student organization at City Tech.

Eligibility to Join Clubs and Student Organizations

  1. Students must be enrolled in New York City College of Technology as either a full or part-time student for the 2014-2015 academic years.
  2. You must be in good academic standing at the college to be eligible to join a club/student organization.
  3. Non-degree students aren’t eligible to join clubs or student organizations.

How to Start a Club/Organization

The Club Certification process for new organizations is completed entirely using hard copy forms. The steps in the process are as follows:

  1. Create a name for your club and think about what category it will fit into. We have four categories, Academic, Cultural, Social and Other. Once that is complete, type your club constitution. Templates for club constitutions can be retrieved in the Office of Student Life, G-516. Type the mission/purpose of the organization and a separate typed description of the organization.
  2. Print out a copy of the membership roster and have members of your organization complete the form with member's first and last names, email address, telephone number and EMPL ID. You are to type the membership roster before handing it in to the Club Coordinator. Remember, a minimum of 15 members are required to form or re-certify a club. In addition, you need identify students filling the following club officer positions: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Each officer must submit their first and last names, email address, EMPL ID and telephone number. Club officers may not be included as a part of the required 15 members. Upon completion of your membership roster you should have a minimum of 20 people; 15 non-officer members, 4 officers and a faculty advisor.
  3. Select a faculty or staff person to be the organization’s advisor. The advisor must be a full-time faculty member or administrative employee of the college.
  4. Complete (2) copies of the signature card, which requires the signature and EMPL ID number of the Club’s President, Vice-President, and Treasurer. Club Advisors are required to sign the card as well. Signature cards are available in the Office of Student Life and Development.
  5. Submit your completed membership roster and (2) signature cards to the office of Student Life and Development. A deadline date is established each academic year. Your organization must comply with the deadline to receive full consideration of services and funding.
  6. When finished with the above documents, bring them to Jamal Johnson, Club Coordinator, in the Office of Student Life and Development.
  7. You will be notified as to your status after your application has been reviewed by the Office of Student Life and Development and the Student Government Association.
  8. Your organization's completed Organization Certification Forms are on file in the Office of Student Life and Development, G516
  9. The Student Organization Handbook 2014-2015 is available in Student Life and Development, G-516.
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