Clubs & Organizations

2024 Spring Activity Fair

Clubs & Organizations

The Department of Student Life provides meeting space and support for more than 100+ student organizations.  These organizations cover a wide array of interests including academic clubs, cultural clubs, religious clubs, and social clubs.

To learn more about the registered clubs, visit our office and speak to one of our associates or click on the websites below.

2023-2024 List of Undergraduate Clubs

2023-2024 List of Graduate Clubs

Club Registration

If you're not yet familiar with the process, let's introduce you to Club Registration – a mandatory but straightforward procedure that allows every club to officially affiliate with the college.

All new, pre-existing, and returning clubs are required to register each academic year to reaffirm their official status and ensure continued recognition.


The following are general requirements each club must complete in order to make their registration process easier to complete. All clubs are required to have at least four Executive Board Members (E-Board) and that includes: The President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. A club that is missing one of these positions, will be unable to complete the Club Registration Form as these are required.

Undergraduate Clubs

  • All executive board members (E-board) must be undergraduate students (Part-Time students may hold office).
  • E-board must have a GPA of at least 2.5.
  • All faculty advisors must be current faculty or staff of The City College of New York.
  • All Undergraduate organizations must have at least 16 currently registered members (in addition to the four executives).
  • A student may hold an executive position in ONLY one club at any given time.
  • A student may NOT hold an executive office in the Undergraduate Student Government and an undergraduate student club at the same time.

Graduate Clubs

  • All executive board members (E-board) must be graduate students.
  • E-board must have a GPA of at least 3.0.
  • All faculty advisors must be current faculty or staff of The City College of New York.
  • All Graduate organizations must have at least 12 currently registered members (in addition to the four executives).
  • A student may hold executive office in ONLY one club at any given time.
  • A student may NOT hold an executive office in the Graduate Student Council and a graduate student club at the same time.

Registration Process

Below you can find a breakdown of each step in this process.

  • Step 1. Attend a Club Registration Orientation

    • Club Orientation sessions will be held during the Spring 2025 semester. The sessions are typically held virtually, with one in-person date during club hours (12:30pm - 1:45pm). The specific date, time, and location will be communicated as the spring semester approaches.

      After attending a club orientation session, a Club Relations associate will send you an email with information regarding your next step, passing the post club registration orientation quiz via Campus Groups (CG).

      *Note: 2 Club Representatives MUST attend an orientation but do not need to attend the same date. It is the responsibility of those attending the orientation to share the information with ALL of the incoming e-board members. You can only represent ONE club/organization by attending an orientation session.
  • Step 2. Complete the CG Registration Application

    • An application must be submitted by one of the executive board members via CG, using their CityMail credentials. The application link will be provided after TWO Club Representatives have been checked in for attending the orientation and passed their post orientation quiz.

      The application requires the information and documents listed below, which will be shared in an email after completion of Step 1.

      Information Required:
      Club Name, Club Email, Club Description, Club Establishment Year, Club Website/Social Media, Executive Board and Faculty Advisor Information, Member Information (Name and Email)

      Documents Required:
      Club Constitution, Club Contract

  • Step 3. Application Cross-Checking

    • After your club application has been submitted by one of your club's executive board members, a Club Relations Associate will process the application, double-checking to ensure all of the information is correct and validating the signatures on each document. The Club Relations team member will reach out to the club's executive board via their Citymail to inform the executive board of errors in the application and/or required documentation.

      After the application and documents are viewed as acceptable, a Club Relations associate will inform the executive board member who completed the form of their club's new "Approved" status.

  • Step 4. Congratulations

    • After receiving your final approval email, congratulations are in order! Now that your club is officially recognized, there are several exciting steps to take.

      First, update your club information on the website and social media platforms to reflect your newfound status. Consider planning a welcome event to attract new members and introduce them to your club's mission once the semester starts. Collaborate with other recognized clubs for joint activities and events, fostering a sense of community. Lastly, explore opportunities to engage with the broader student body through workshops, collaborations, and community outreach.

      Thank you so much for joining us in this process!

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Last Updated: 05/13/2024 16:34