Below are all registered student organizations. All student clubs and organizations are completely student run, under the advisement of an Elms College faculty or staff member. To become a registered organization, to start a new organization or to plan a fundraiser for your current organization, please contact the Student Activities office at email@example.com.
If your registered student club is interested in fundraising either on or off-campus, you must register it with the Student Activities office. All fundraisers must be registered at least 72 hours prior to the event. Please register your fundraiser and read the fundraising guidelines online here.
Raising awareness about mental health & DE stigmatizing mental illness on the Elms College Campus. For more information or to join this club contact Mary Iellamo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bloom Literary Magazine
The Bloom Literary Magazine is a non-profit, student-run magazine that gathers art, photography, poetry, and short stories from the Elms College campus. Students, faculty members, and alumnae are encouraged to submit. For more information or to join this club contact Rick Giordano at email@example.com.
Campus Ministry Club
The campus ministry club welcomes all to work in the tradition of the sisters of St. Joseph in “uniting neighbor with neighbor and neighbor with god, without distinction.” We coordinate and collaborate on programs and events that bring people together, through service to the community, retreats, and other spiritual activities. For more information or to join this club contact Ashley Casiano at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To bring the Art and concept of Chess to individuals. To teach and empower thinking before reacting, in a way that is fluent and efficient. For more information or to join this club contact Tacai Dryden at email@example.com.
Elms College Cheerleading
Elms College Cheerleaders pump up the crowd while cheering our women's and men's basketball teams to victory. For more information or to join this club contact Amber Chisholm at Chisholma@student.elms.edu.
Elms College Cheerleaders pump up the crowd while cheering our women's and men's basketball teams to victory. For more information or to join this club contact Justine Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elms College Enviromental Club
To spread awareness and invoke change on campus concerning current environmental issues and concerns. For more information or to join this club contact Onie Tumel and Sharon Vielmetti at email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elms Law Society
To promote awareness of the legal and criminal justice systems through trips, guest speakers and events. For more information or to join this club contact Caroline Murray at email@example.com.
Elms College Young Americans for Liberty
The main goal of the organization is to raise political awareness politely and respectfully on campus. This would include table events and political discussion. For more information or to join this club contact Kevin Corcoran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The purpose of the Future Teachers Club is to bring students together with a common interest in educating future generations. Our purpose is to provide a forum for students to learn more of the professional nature of teaching. For more information or to join this club contact Alli Dabek at email@example.com.
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
NSSLHA is the student wing of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, the national association of speech language pathologists and audiologists. The Elms College Chapter of NSSLHA works to raise awareness of communication disorders, focusing on local not-for-profit organizations. For more information or to join this club contact Mia Archambault at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Activities Board (SAB)
It is the mission and goal of the Student Activities Board (SAB) to promote the interests and wants of the Elms community. Campus wide programming will be done with the main goal of enriching the student experience. All programs will be founded in the mission of the College. The board has the following committees; travel, entertainment and special events. For more information or to submit your ideas for programs contact Maira Pantoja at email@example.com.
Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
The Student Athlete Advisory Committee, SAAC, is a student-athlete group on campus that works with athletics to promote community service in all student-athletes. This group also works on resolving problems and concerns that athletic teams have by working with the entire athletic department. For more information or to join this club contact Dimitri Tessier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Nurse Association (SNA)
The monthly SNA meetings involve discussions on upcoming events, such as blood drives or Toys for Tots, and certain fundraisers. The group meetings offer nursing students the opportunity to ask fellow classmates and upperclassmen advice and questions regarding classes. By joining the SNA, nursing students have the ability to offer input and suggestions. For more information or to join this club contact Ashley Brooks and Molly Sullivan at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Social Work Organization
Develop and maintain communications among social work students, faculty, and the general public; provide a means for united action on issues of social work concerns. SSWO also provides students with many opportunities to become involved on campus and in the community through volunteering, serving on committees, and becoming elected officers. We are a group of individuals committed to the same cause - helping others. For more information or to join this club contact Amber Chisholm at email@example.com.
The purpose is to talk about controversial issues within the Black, Latino and LGBTQ community. We also plan on setting up events on campus. For more information or to join this club contact Ornisha Blanc at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The International Club seeks to learn about different international cultures, and create an equal and enjoyable environment for students from all nationalities. For more information or even to join the club, contact Kristina Davignon at: email@example.com.
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