Student Clubs and Organizations

The following is a list of clubs and organizations, the current advisor, and their extensions. If you are interested in any of these clubs, please contact the appropriate advisor, or you may attend one of their meetings.

If it is a new club you are interested in forming, please stop by the Office of Student Life and Co-Curricular Programs and we'll help you form a new club.


Academic Support Club
Provides information and peer support for students with learning differences.

Advisors Kathleen Fulginiti: 774.330.4533
Douglas Terry: 774.330.4337
Meeting Location Nickerson Board Room
Meeting Time Wednesday, 1:00pm

Active Minds Club
This Club is dedicated to utilizing the student voice to raise mental health awareness among college students. We will develop and run student run chapter at the college to have educational programs.

Advisor Maura Weir: 774.330.4550
Meeting Location MM Wilkens Hall room 106
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

ALANA Network
The mission of the ALANA Network is to educate the 4C’s community of the experiences of people of color both on and off campus, to promote cross-cultural sensitivity and to support students of color academically and socially on campus.

Advisors Ifeoluwa Togun: 774.330.4083
Arlene Rodriquez: 774.330.4305
Student Contact Gabriella Simpkins
Meeting Location TBA
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

Animé Club
To bring together students interested about Japanese animé and manga, western-created animations and graphic novels.

Advisor Kathleen Fulginiti: 774.330.4533
Meeting Location North room 117
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

Art Club
This is an open membership club which fosters awareness and appreciation of all the arts through trips and hands on workshops.

Advisor Sara Ringler: 774.330.4355
Meeting Location Tilden Art Studio B
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

Cape Cod Aviation Club
The purpose of this club is to educate, empower and inspire our local community to achieve their dreams in the field of aviation.

Advisor Robert Nelson: 508.375.5051
Student Contact Travis Hyldburg
Meeting Location Plymouth Municipal Airport (PYM)
246 South Meadow Road, Gate 6
Plymouth, MA 02360
Meeting Time Wednesday, 4:45pm

Chess Club
The purpose of the club is to learn chess, play chess and improve skills and strategies in the game of chess. In addition we learn to connect it to life, learn patience and how to think two steps ahead.

Advisor George Bent: 774.330.4583
Meeting Location Grossman Commons – Upper Lounge
Meeting Time Monday, 2:00pm

Collegiate Recovery Club
Collegiate recovery is a supportive peer group that reinforces the decision to engage in and/or maintain recovery while attending classes. Student members support recovery from any addiction or mental health issue. Through individual support and campus advocacy the club aims to create an inclusive environment and supportive community to help students in recovery thrive at 4C's and beyond.

Advisor Maura Weir: 774.330.4550
Meeting Location Student Wellness Office, Upper Grossman Room C208
Meeting Time Drop In Mondays and Tuesdays, 1:00–1:45pm

Debate Club
The Debate Club seeks to promote open discourse as a first priority. Toward this end, this academically focused club offers students opportunities by fostering open thinking and promoting diverse opinions on campus with public debates.

Advisor Matthew Vazquez : 774.330.4656
Meeting Location MM Wilkens room 116
Meeting Time Monday & Wednesday, 2:00–3:00pm

Dental Hygiene Club
Cultivates, promotes, and sustains the art and science of Dental Hygiene.

Advisor Jennifer Hennessey: 774.330.4488
Meeting Location MM Wilkens room SG8
Meeting Time Held monthly

Economics Club
Field trips, speakers, and other activities around economics.

Advisor Virender Gautam: 774.330.4501
Meeting Location MM Wilkens room 107
Meeting Time First and third Wednesdays of the month, 2:00pm

4C's Gaming Club
The aim of this club is to allow students to unwind and get away from the stressors of everyday life through video games, board games, card games to enjoy. We will also host tournaments on an occasional basis.

Advisors Andrea Lyons: 774.330.4743
Louis Beco: 774.330.4398
Student Contact Xavier Hill (
Meeting Time Every Other Monday

The Green Project
The Green Project will aim to promote sustainability both on and off campus. The club will provide students with the opportunity to congregate weekly and make positive, sustainable changes within the community. This is accomplished by informational events, a strong on campus presence, community service projects and green initiatives.

Advisor Edwin Hoopes: 774.330.4891
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

4C's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
Promotes exploration in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, with a focus on physics and astronomy. The club advocates student involvement in mathematics and science, proves a collaborative and supportive learning environment, serves as a discussion forum and promotes scientific initiatives.

Advisor Colleen Coughlin: 774.330.4536
Meeting Location Lorruso room G-01
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

Hiking Club
The aim of this club is to bring 4C’s students together to enjoy the hiking trails and paths around Cape Cod Community College Cod and surrounding areas.

Advisor John French: 774.330.4555
Student Contact Emma Perry: 774.722.7044
Meeting Day Saturday and Sunday Mornings

Honors Club
The mission of the Cape Cod Community College Honors Club is to enhance the academic environment of all fellow students. The Honors Club shall provide opportunities for individual growth while strengthening the campus community through the coordination of activities and projects focused on the club's three principles: Scholarship, Support and Service.

Advisor John French: 774.330.4555
Meeting Location Top floor of Tilden Arts
Meeting Time Thursday, 1:00–2:00pm, and Friday, 12:30–1:30pm

Janus Players
Encompasses all aspects of drama: acting, production, and backstage preparation.

Advisors Vana Trudeau: 774.330.4410
Brian Rice: 774.330.4356
Meeting Location Tilden Studio Theater
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

The club strives to build, for all protected classes, a supportive community on campus to participate in a free, open environment in which students of all gender identities and expressions, and sexual orientations can easily socialize and eagerly learn. Weekly gatherings uplift and validate each individual perspective, and fundraisers, organized events, and cooperation with other groups in the Cape Cod/South Shore area broadens communication and involvement.

Advisors Laura Doane: 774.330.4686
Kirstin St. Onge: 774.330.4364
Meeting Location North room 115
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

Nursing Club
Sponsors community projects and campus activities; promotes membership and participation in the Massachusetts Senate and Student Nurses and the Massachusetts Nurses Assoc.; lobbies for financial aid and improvement of nursing conditions.

Advisor Cate Casey-Lane: 774.330.4539
Meeting Time Monthly

Radio Club
Club members will organize meetins, manage student programming, music and manage club events.

Advisor Naomi Arenberg: 774.330.4684
Meeting Location WKKL
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

Rotaract Club
Provides an opportunity for college students to enhance their knowledge and skills that will assist them in professional development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.

Advisor Virender Gautam: 774.330.4501
Meeting Location MM Wilkens Hall room 107
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

Student Senate
Comprised of elected students representing the needs and best interests of students; encourages and provides for the participation of all students in the issues and policies that affect their rights and responsibilities as members of the College family. Students are strongly urged to attend Student Senate meetings, to become involved with the Student Senate, and to bring to the Senate’s attention any questions or concerns regarding student's rights and/or responsibilities.

Advisor David Biggs: 774.330.4449
Meeting Location Library Board Room
Meeting Time Monday, 2:00pm

Unity Club
The mission of the club is to educate the differences of ethnicity, culture. To promote respect and sensitivity as well as dispelling misunderstands, prejudgments and stereotypes in accordance with ethnic culture and/or physical background. The club intends to inspire, encourage and support pride in and knowledge of all heritages, backgrounds and abilities.

Advisors Laurie Veninger: 774.330.4453
Sarah Brodzinski: 774.330.4763
Meeting Time TBD

Ukulele Club
The purpose of the club is to encourage greater performance and appreciation of the ukulele as an instrument and in ukulele music in general as well as provide students with an outlet to perform their own musical material with this as a focus.

Advisor Jerry Skelly: 774.330.4408
Meeting Location Tilden Arts Music Room, G11A
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm


The Mainsheet
The Mainsheet is the College's student newspaper that serves the student body and the college community. It is a free and independent newspaper produced by student volunteers. It is a medium for students enrolled in the college's journalism, graphic arts, and business classes to put their classroom education into action. As a student club, the Mainsheet is open to all students at the College, and club officers are elected by the membership at the second meeting of each semester. The Student Media Board is the entity responsible for major funding for the Mainsheet.

Advisor Kerry Drohan: 774.330.4410
Meeting Location Wilkens Library, Mainsheet Office, room GC-15
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

Phi Theta Kappa
PTK is the national honor society of Associate's Degree granting colleges around the world. Students must have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average (GPA) to be eligible for membership, and then must maintain at least a 3.25 GPA throughout their studies at 4Cs to remain a member in good standing.

Advisor Kate Martin: 774.330.4665
Meeting Location Tilden Arts, room 207
Meeting Time Wednesday, 2:00pm

WKKL runs the day-to day operations of the college radio station 90.7. It also offers training in radio broadcasting and equipment operation to both at-large students and those that are currently enrolled in Radio Broadcasting and Radio Production courses. The Student Media Board is the entity responsible for major funding for the radio station.

Location Makkay Broadcasting Center


Office of Student Engagement
Location Life Fitness Center, room 108
Hours Monday–Friday, 8:30am–4:30pm
Phone 774.330.4320