This club raises awareness about mental health to eliminate the stigma surrounding it. We strive to educate the Elms community about important mental health issues.
Bloom Literary Magazine
This 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 Caitlin Donnelly at .
Campus Ministry Club
Campus Ministry welcomes all to work in the charism of our founders, the Sisters of Saint Joseph, in “uniting neighbor with neighbor and neighbor with God, without distinction.” We coordinate and collaborate on programs and events that offer opportunities for our Elms community to come together and engage in service-related work, community building through social events, and spiritual well being. For more information or to join this club, contact Ashley Casiano at .
Chess Club explores the art and concept of chess, focusing on thinking before reacting in a way that is fluent and efficient.
Club Oceanus brings people together for water activities in the pool to de-stress from their everyday lives. Activities include noodle races, monkey in the middle, brick races, and much more! If you have any questions, contact Ashley Krzykowski at .
The dance team motivates and entertains the Elms College community and the community at large. The team performs at Elms College men’s and women’s athletic events, at talent shows, and at intercollegiate competitions. The team also strives to make an impact in the community through strategic partnerships with charities and by hosting charitable events. For more information or to join this club, contact Noel St. Jean at .
Our cheerleaders promote the college in outside events and bring school spirit to our campus. For more information or to join this club, contact Monica Karriem at .
Elms Law Society
This club raises 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 .
This group spreads awareness and effects change on campus concerning current environmental issues and concerns. For more information or to join this club, contact Onie Tumel and Sharon Vielmetti at and .
Future Teachers’ Club
This organization brings 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 .
This club encourages students to learn about different international cultures, creating an equal and enjoyable environment for students from all nationalities. For more information or to join the club, contact Kristina Davignon at .
Magic: the Gathering Club
This group brings the strategy-based collectible card game, Magic: the Gathering, to Elms College. For more information or to join this club, contact Paul Ferraro at .
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association
NSSLHA is a club for CSD students that strives to raise awareness of speech-language pathology and audiology related topics through educational, social, and fund-raising activities. For more information or to join this club, contact faculty advisor Mary Deyo at .
Student Activities Board
SAB promotes the interests and wants of the Elms community through campus-wide programming, with the main goal of enriching the student experience. SAB programs are 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 .
Student Athlete Advisory Committee
SAAC advances the interests of the student athletes and athletics teams at Elms College. For more information or to join this club, contact Michelle Proulx at or Anika Goodhue at .
Student Nurse Association
SNA is a club sponsors various events throughout the year to engage nursing students in the local community, including blood drives, blood pressure screenings, and health-awareness walks. For more information or to join this club, contact Hannah Byam-Mooney at .
Student Social Work Organization
This club develops and maintains communication among social work students, faculty, and the general public, and provides 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 .
This group is dedicated to talking about controversial issues within the Black, Latino and LGBTQ community. We coordinate events on campus. For more information or to join this club, contact Ornisha Blanc at .
Young Americans for Liberty
This organization is dedicated to raising 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 .
If your registered student club is interested in fundraising either on or off campus, you must register the event with the Student Activities office. All fundraisers must be registered at least 72 hours prior to the event.