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.


Active Minds Club
Mission: Active minds is dedicated to changing the conversation around student mental health. We work together to utilize the student voice to raise mental health awareness among college students. By coming together, we are able to empower students to speak openly about mental health issues on campus in order to reduce stigma, encourage help seeking and prevent suicides. All of this is done through things such as: campus awareness events, promoting available resources to students, advocating for positive change, representing the student voice and creating programs that are responsive to the unique needs of students on our campus.

Advisor Maura Weir:
President Caitlin Ramos:
Meets Wednesday, 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens North 115

ALANA Network Club
Mission: ALANA (African, Latino/Hispanic, Asian and Native American) Network Club seeks to foster an overall inclusive environment and awareness of diversity among its members and the entire community. It also strives to educate and engage the community through various activities such as; multicultural events, panel discussions, weekly meetings, lectures, performances, etc. The Network works collaboratively with other student organizations within the community as well as student organizations in the ALANA Support Network Consortium.

Advisor Arlene Rodriquez:
President Gabriella Simpkins:
Meets Every other Wednesday, 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens North 118

Animé Club
Mission: Anime Club brings together students interested and/or knowledgeable about Japanese anime and manga, western-created animations and graphic novels, as well as both foreign and western-created video games. Inquiring students will learn about the various types of each, being able to watch, read, play, or discuss different animations, novels, and games. Our hope is to learn more about new and interesting types of shows, books, and games and to broaden our knowledge of other cultures as well as our own.

Advisor Kathleen Fulginiti:
President Rylan Fellows:
Meets Wednesdays, 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens South 117

Art Club
Mission: The purpose of the Art Club is to further an appreciation of the arts for all its members.

Advisor Sara Ringler:
President Emma McFadden:
Meets Wednesdays, 2:00–3:00pm, Tilden Arts, Studio B

Aviation Club
Mission: The purpose of the Aviation Club is to educate, empower, and inspire our local community to achieve their dreams in the field of aviation.

Advisors Robert Nelson:
Stan Mackiewicz:
President Daniel Cannata:

Collegiate Recovery Club
Mission: Collegiate Recovery Club 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:
President Crystal Santos:
Meets Mondays & Tuesdays on drop-in basis from 1:00–1:45pm, Grossman C-208

Creative Writers’ Club
Mission: The purpose of the Creative Writers’ Club is to provide an atmosphere where members are encouraged to share their writing and learn what it’s like to be a part of a writing community. Writing workshops will be available to students who want their creative work to be peer edited. The goal is that members who attend will be able to utilize academic, as well as personal growth, opportunities that often go hand-in-hand with this craft.

Advisor Rebecca Griffin:
President Cassandra LeBel:
Meets Wednesdays 2:30–3:30pm, Wilkens Library GC15 (MainSheet Office)

Debate Club
Mission: The Debate Club seeks to promote open discourse as our first priority. Toward this end, we are an academically focused club that offers students the opportunity for competition on an inter-collegiate level, promotes open thinking, and fosters diverse opinions on campus with public debates.

Advisor Matthew Vazquez:
President Riley Donovan:
Mees Mondays & Wednesdays, 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens South G-8

Dental Hygiene Club
Mission: The Dental Hygiene Club cultivates, promotes, and sustains the art and science of Dental Hygiene.

Advisors Jennifer Hennessy:
Arlene Alves:
Christine Fontana:
President Gina Costa:
Meets Wednesday, 12:30–1:30pm, Wilkens South 115

Economics Club
Mission: The Economics Club utilizes field trips, guest speakers and other activities all focused on the Economics field.

Advisor Virender Gautam:
President John Lunedei:
Meets Every other Wednesday, 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens South 107

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

Advisor Louis Beco:
President Xavier Hill:
Meets First & third Wednesdays, 2:00–3:00pm , Lorusso Tech G01

Green Project Club
Mission: The Green Project Club aims to promote sustainability both on and off campus. The club provides students with the opportunity to congregate weekly and make positive and sustainable changes within the community-through informational events, a strong on¬-campus presence, community service projects and green initiatives.

Advisor Krystin St. Onge:
Meets Wednesdays 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens North 105

Honors Club
Mission: The Honors Club strives to enhance the academic environment of all fellow students. It provides 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:
President Gabriella Simpkins:
Meets Wednesdays, 1:00–2:00pm, Tilden second floor

Janus Players Club
Mission: Janus Players Club encompasses all aspect of drama: acting, production and backstage preparation.

Advisors Vana Trudeau:
Brian Rice:
President Alyssa Freeman:
Meets Wednesdays, 2:00–3:00pm, Tilden Studio Theater

Mission: The LGBTQ+ 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 sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions 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 community communication and involvement.

Advisor Laura Doane:
President Levi Bourke:
Meets Wednesdays, 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens North 116

Nursing Club
Mission: The Nursing Club sponsors community projects and campus activities. It promotes membership and participation in the Massachusetts Senate and Student Nurses and the Massachusetts Nurses Association. The Nursing Club lobbies for financial aid and improvement of nursing conditions.

Advisors Cate Casey-Lane:
Denise Hallemeyer:
Theresa Sexton:
Meets Monthly

Radio Club
Mission: The Radio Club is for students who enjoy the various aspects of radio communications. Opportuinites exist to be involved with student programming and to participate in club events.

Advisor Tyler Daniels:
President Rye Black:
Meets Wednesdays, 2:00–3:00pm, WKKL office

ReStart Club
Mission: The ReStarT Club is for non-traditional students to support each other with feedback and to encourage the use of available resources on campus. The club will give each student the keys to "ReStart" college success through guidance and leadership. It strives to show guidance with everyday life struggles and challenges.

Advisor Patricia Allen:
Meets Wednesday, 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens North 114

Rotaract Club
Mission: The purpose of the Rotoract Club is to develop professional and leadership skills of its members. Members will also develop knowledge and understanding of the needs of our local community and of those around the world. This club will also provide opportunities for personal and group activities that will serve our community and promote international understanding and goodwill to all people.

Advisor Virender Gautam:
President Renata Rodrigues:
Meets Every other Wednesday, 2:00–3:00pm, Wilkens South 107

Mission: The STEM Club will embrace exploration across the science and mathematics spectrum. The purpose of this club is to promote exploration in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, with a focus in physics and astronomy. The club advocates student involvement in mathematics and science, provides a collaborative and supportive learning environment, serves as a discussion forum, and promotes creative scientific initiatives.

Advisor Colleen Coughlin:
President Matthew Benenek:
Meets Contact advisor for meeting information.

Student Government Association
Mission: The Student Government is the voice for the entire student body. We advocate for active student participation in college affairs and governance, protect your rights as students and represent the student interests on college committees. Join the Student Government and make your voice count.

Advisor Art Esposito:
President Caitlin Marotta:
Meets Mondays, 2:00–3:00pm, Library Board Room (2/24, 3/23, and 4/27)

Ukulele Club
Mission: The purposes of this club are to encourage greater participation in the performance and appreciation of music, particularly as performed by ukuleles, by the community and student body at large. Another purpose of this club is to serve as an educational experience in the management and business aspects of attracting and running an extracurricular club, and lastly the club provides students with an outlet to perform their own artistic musical material.

Advisor Jerry Skelly:
President Daisymae Byrnes:
Meets Wednesdays, 2:00–3:00pm, Tilden Arts Music Room

Veteran Ally Group Club
Mission: The veterans ally group helps to provide insight and awareness of the unique cultural and social background of the military community. With the understanding many military students transfer to community colleges, the Veterans Ally Group is a recognizable symbol with which they can identify not only when beginning their pursuit of higher education but also when transferring to another institution.

Advisor Sheila Vaughn:
President Austin Fierley:
Meets Thursdays, biweekly from 1:00–2:00pm, Veterans Center


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Phone 774.330.4320