The Advocates for Students with Learning Differences reaches out to learning disabled(LD) students, their families and various professionals in the community by providing a network of education and support on campus.
The Association of Middlesex College Nursing Students enable health-oriented individuals to broaden their prospective futures in the field of nursing through programs that benefit the students academically and socially.
The EOF Club serves a resource for members to strengthen their leadership skills and college commitment. The club provides members the opportunity to voice personal views and further cultural awareness.
Join the French Club to learn and experience French food, movies and the language from not only the French mainland, but also the French colonies such as Quebec, the French Antilles Islands, French West Africa, etc.
Middlesex College STEM Club seeks to enrich School Student’s knowledge in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in order to create the thinkers, innovators and builders of a better tomorrow.
The purpose of the SADHA is to improve the public’s total health, advance the art and science of dental hygiene by ensuring access to quality oral health care, increasing awareness of the cost effective benefits of prevention, promoting the highest standards of dental hygiene education, practice and research, and promoting the interests of dental hygiene students.
Beginners and experienced dancers have the opportunity to become involved in the creative arts experience with three master classes/workshops per semester in all areas of dance, from ballet and jazz to modern and social. Audition required.
OADN Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society recognizes the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing. The society encourages the pursuit of advance degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility. Additionally, the society participates in the recruitment of qualified individuals into the profession of nursing.
Alpha Mu Gamma is the first and largest national collegiate foreign language honor society of the United States. The National Language Honor Society honors students for outstanding achievement in the study of foreign languages. .
The Humanities Honor Society engages students in the art of understanding humans as beings who feel, think, imagine and create. As importantly, participants will learn about the beauty of teaching others. Neither minimum GPA nor fee is required.
Commitment to complete an academic article.
Tutor for at least 12 hours at the Learning Center.
Interest in developing critical and creative thinking.
Upon successful completion, members will have a publication and a tutoring certification.
Members of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society dedicate themselves to the ideas that academic excellence among college students will be recognized and celebrated; that opportunities to grow as scholars and leaders will be provided; that the exchange of ideas and ideals will be encouraged; and that members will be inspired to achieve their educational goals. Membership in Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is in recognition of persistence and academic achievement, and celebrates the Hallmarks of Phi Theta Kappa as being those of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship.
Membership is by-invitation only. Invitations are emailed to eligible students twice a year, in early September and in late January; each semester’s invitation expires by the end of the semester in which it was extended. Watch your @my.middlesexcc.edu email for your invitation and follow the steps included in the invitation to accept your membership.
Founded in 1982, Psi Beta is a national honor society for students attending two-year colleges, inviting students who plan to major in psychology, as well as students who simply have an interest in psychology. Our mission is to encourage professional development and psychological literacy of students by promoting and recognizing excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service.
The Catholic Campus Ministry promotes fellowship through Christ throughout the entire Middlesex College community regardless of denomination. Through Christian and charitable works, members experience spiritual growth and are given the opportunity to connect with each other and the community.
The Middlesex College Indian Students Association is dedicated to providing a forum for members of the College community to learn about Indian Culture. The ISA facilitates cultural development among members of the community through events such as celebrations of Indian festivals.
The Multi-Cultural Club at Middlesex College affords students the opportunity to participate in College functions along with American and other international students. Members learn more about American culture through social and co-curricular activities.
Meetings: Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month / 2:00 p.m. / Modern Language Lab, IR 225
The Muslim Student Association at Middlesex College spreads diversity on campus as well as educates students on the Islamic Faith. Middlesex College MSA is about building brotherhood/sisterhood, providing incentives for students to get involved in humanitarian work within our community and creating a network for students to benefit socially, culturally and academically.
Middlesex College Pakistani Student Association (MCPSA) is an undergraduate organization founded in 2021. MCPSA aims to serve Pakistani students and the larger Middlesex College community by providing social and academic programming that celebrates Pakistani heritage and educates Middlesex College students about Pakistan’s culture. The purpose of this club shall be to:
spread awareness about the Pakistani culture to the Middlesex College community.
provide a social setting for Pakistanis to interact and collaborate on club initiatives.
contribute to the Pakistani community at large.
For more information: Zulqarnain Fayyaz / email@example.com
The Backstage Players is a student run theatre group that perform different activities all involved with the theatre. If you love to act, or just want to be behind the scenes, this is the club for you. It will be the best theatrical experience you’ll ever have.
Healthy Active Minds’ (HAM) mission is to empower students to speak openly about mental health in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking. Through campus-wide events and programs, Healthy Active Minds aims to:
Remove the stigma that surrounds mental health issues
Create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health issues on and off campus
Encourage students to seek help as soon as it is needed
Serve as a liason between students and Counseling Services
Meetings: Third Thursday of every month during the semester / 2:00 p.m. / Raritan Hall, room 234
The purpose of the Hallyu Club is to inform and enlighten individuals about Asian media and culture, specifying on the Korean pop-culture wave in America. The club centers around Korean music, fashion, media and cuisine.
The New Brunswick Center club is open to all Middlesex College students. The club provides educational, cultural and social activities and events at the Center for club members, students and the community.
Serving as a liaison between the Perth Amboy Center and the community at-large, the club aims to develop cultural, social and educational programs in the interest of the student population and to share these activities with the community.
The Middlesex College Veterans and Service Members Association is committed to providing high quality leadership and acumen pertaining to the needs of Veterans, service members and their families. The Middlesex College VSA ensures members of the organization the academic excellence, intellectual maturity and leadership skills that they will need to ascertain in order to be successful in society.
Blue Colt Radio encourages and rewards scholarship and accomplishment among broadcasting students in the art and science of broadcasting, promotes the advancement of broadcast education and establishes meaningful communication between student and professionals in the broadcast industry.
Quo Vadis, the College’s weekly newspaper, is sponsored by the English Department. The staff is comprised of student editors, reporters, photographers and cartoonists, who compose and publish news stories, feature articles, reviews, opinion pieces, sports and information about on-campus activities.
Meetings: Wednesdays / 11:00 a.m. / College Center, Room 334
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