Acta Non Verba (Dance Club)
The purpose of ANV is to increase NCC's spirit through the art of dance.
American Dental Hygiene Association. For more information on this student club please contact club advisors Sherri Meyers email@example.com, Deborah Gschrey firstname.lastname@example.org, or Lorraine Lockawich email@example.com.
American Institute of Architecture Students. For more information on this student club please contact the advisor Ken Trionfo Ktrionfo@northampton.edu.
An opportunity for fans of Japanese animation to watch and talk about a variety of anime titles. For more information on this club please contact the club advisor, James Von Schilling firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Connections Club
Unites students with interest in art and artistic objectives. It gives art enthusiasts a place outside of class to receive critiques as well as artistic advice. A.C.C. will provide displaying opportunities to its members. For more information on this student club please contact the advisor Dustin Briggs at email@example.com.
ASID (American Society of Interior Designers)
The purpose of this organization is to promote interest in the profession of Interior Design, to unite Interior Designers within the organization, and to broaden the minds of designers through educational trips, films, lectures, and projects. For more information contact the advisor, Dan Ebner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Association for Non Traditional Students
A.N.T.S" club provides support and advocacy for non traditional students. A non traditional student is defined as a student who is either working full time, a first generation college student, a student returning to college after five years or more, a single parent, a GED recipient and/or a student out of high school for more than five years. The club is open students, enrolled in six or more credit hours. For more information please contact club advisors Laura Nation email@example.com, Demetrius Mullen firstname.lastname@example.org or Geraldine Bunnion O’Dowd email@example.com.
The Bad Apple Book Club (BABC)
BABC promotes literacy, critical thinking, and active reading strategies. The BABC believes that there is no such thing as a student who does not like reading, just students who have not found the right "gateway book" for them to appreciate that unique feeling of wonder and discovery that lifelong readers experience. For more information contact Ashley Supinski at firstname.lastname@example.org or Diane Hahn at email@example.com. BABC on Twitter @badapplencc.
Band of Brothers
The purpose of this club is to promote goodwill and perpetuate a common bond between brother and sister students and staff members at N.C.C. who have served or who are currently serving in the armed forces of the United States. The club will serve as resource to the college community regarding life and careers in the military. Students and Staff who have served or are serving in the military, including R.O.T.C., are encouraged to join us. For more information contact club advisors Diana Holva at firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Sparrow at email@example.com or David Repyneck at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Black Student Union
he Black Student Union serves as a social, intellectual and political community for students of the African Diaspora with the mission of increasing Black cultural awareness through unity, respect, and self-consciousness (awareness). For more information about the BSU, please contact club advisor Gina Turner at email@example.com
NCBC exists to create an environment that promotes the discovery of business both conceptually and practically in order to bridge the gap between education and real world applications. For more information contact any of the advisors listed. Wendi Achey at firstname.lastname@example.org, Anita Dickson at email@example.com or Jeanine Metzler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Celtic Culture Club
The purpose of the Celtic Culture Club is to bring awareness of the seven Celtic nations (Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, The Isle of Mann, Brittany and Galicia) by sharing our history, culture, literature, art and music and to teach about these things as well as the Celtic influence within the Lehigh Valley to our fellow students through various events, trips and activities. We hope to connect to the community both at the college and throughout the Lehigh Valley and in doing so, promote and celebrate Celtic culture. For more information, please contact Cara McClintock-Walsh at Cmcclintockemail@example.com or Beth Ritter-Guth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
College and Hospital Association of Radiologic Technology Students," is also referred to as "CHARTS," The purpose of this organization is to improve and enhance Radiography Students' College, and Clinical Education; to develop a cooperative relationship between CHARTS, NCC, and Affiliate Hospitals; and, to advance the Allied Health Profession of Radiologic Technology. For more information, contact the advisor Lucy Keim email@example.com.
Promotes spiritual growth and support. For more information on this student club please contact club advisors Eileen Finelli firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you love to sing? If you do, then you will LOVE to be a part of the NCC Chorus, an innovative, multifaceted, and highly talented vocal group, available for enrollment with college credit. The only prerequisite for enrollment in this club is a LOVE of MUSIC, and a DESIRE TO LEARN. This vocal group will focus on performance, development of technical and practical skills, and total enjoyment of both sacred and secular repertoire, from THE VATICAN to BROADWAY! For more information contact Rosemary Haber email@example.com.
NCC Climate Action Network
This club focuses on helping both the college community and local community to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels. They also promote awareness toward becoming more environmentally friendly and sustainable. For more information, contact Anita Forrester, firstname.lastname@example.org.
College Life Committee
Composed of students, faculty, and staff, the committee shapes college policy such as smoking, recycling, student scholarship recipients and the cultural events calendar on both Bethlehem and Monroe Campus. For more information please contact Bill Mutimer at email@example.com.
The Computer Club strives to promote awareness of technology and provide a platform to educate students, at any level of technological understanding. All club activities encourage student admiration to digital technology in its entirety. We also run the PC Repair Clinic on campus that focuses on repairing computers for current students. For more information on this student club please contact their Brian Stokes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the Crafty CornerClub is for students, faculty, and staff to get together with other individuals to work on projects, learn a new craft, skill and teach each other new crafts and skills that will help manage the stress levels that come with college life. For more information please contact club advisors Amy Trumbauer email@example.com, Sarah Burton firstname.lastname@example.org or Geraldine Bunnion O’Dowd email@example.com.
Enhances the student awareness of the criminal justice system. For more information on this student club please contact the advisor John Spirk firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early Childhood Association
Forms a basis for future professionals through networking and advocacy. For more information on this student club please contact the advisor Melenese Sivells at email@example.com. For updates and future events, visit our Early Childhood Association Facebook Page.
"Exceptional College & Hospital Organization of Educated Sonography Students, enhances Sonography Students' College, and Clinical Education. In addition the club fosters cooperative relationships with affiliated NCC Hospitals and sponsors philanthropic activities. For more information contact Susan Davidson firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Northampton Engineering Club promotes awareness of the engineering discipline at NCC, creates programming for those interested in engineering and its practical application, and teaches leadership within the engineering profession. For more information please contact advisor Bill Doney email@example.com.
The purpose of the club is to develop competitive teams for various "E-sports" games. These competitive teams will have competitions, scrimmages, and practices. For more information contact Mark Koberlein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The club's purpose is to develop and facilitate a variety of forums for campus discussion about film and the film industry, support student filmmakers, and offer events that take advantage of the educational/learning opportunities provided by the filmmaker's art. For more information contact Tim Molchany at email@example.com.
NCC Pride Gay/Straight Alliance
Promotes social opportunities for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and questioning students and their straight allies. We participate in local and national campaigns to raise awareness and educate our school and local community on LGBTQA issues. For more information on this student club please contact Katherine Noll firstname.lastname@example.org or Susan Davidson email@example.com or Nykolai Blichar firstname.lastname@example.org.
To provide members with opportunities to engage in gardening projects, both on and off-campus. For more information contact Kelly Allen at email@example.com.
Health Care Club
The purpose of the club is to educate the NCC community about health care and its industry, as well as participate in external community and volunteer events that pertain to health care topics and initiatives. The club will also educate the NCC community on the health care services provided by each program. For more information contact Sue Manela at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hispanic American Cultural Club
Honors Program Student Fellowship
Supports and promotes the honors program at NCC by developing a sense of community among students and providing feedback and planning for development of the honors program and related trips. For more information contact club advisors Doll Mathis email@example.com
Hospitality Management Club
The club is an active member of the Eta Sigma Delta International Hospitality Management Society. For more information on this student club please contact advisors David F. Schweiger firstname.lastname@example.org, Lou-Anne Finn email@example.com or Rebecca Heid firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to instrumentalists of all levels. For more information on this student organization please contact club advisor Don Spieth. email@example.com
International Student Organization
The International Student Organization provides educational and social opportunities to all students from, or interested in, different cultures. The organization has recently co-sponsored trips to Washington, D.C., New York City, and Toronto. In addition, members enjoy day trips to adventure parks and professional athletic events. ISO provides the ability for both American and international students to experience the advantages of cross-cultures. It welcomes ideas for on-campus programs which promote increased awareness of cultural diversity. Ethnic meals, cultural entertainment and dress are featured throughout the semester. For more information contact student club advisors Katie Selness firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Brandon Andrews email@example.com
K-Pop Culture Club
The intention of K-Pop Culture Club is to inform, entertain, and educate the Northampton Community College, and surrounding community, on the exports, histories, and customs, or Korean Pop Culture. If you have any additional questions, please contact Robert Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides an opportunity for students of NCC to market, design, and publish a literary and arts journal called The Laconic: The Literary & Arts Journal of Northampton Community College. The magazine is published once a semester and showcases the artistic abilities of the students, faculty, and staff of NCC. For more information on this student club please contact advisors Michael Pogach, email@example.com , Kailey Tedesco firstname.lastname@example.org or Melissa Koberlein email@example.com
Model United Nations
The purpose of the club is to promote an understanding of the United Nations and issues affecting the global community. The Model United Nations shall emphasize global citizenship, diplomacy, collaboration and conflict resolution. For more information contact the club advisor Anita Forrester at firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA)
Enhances clinical education and promotes humane treatment of animals. For more information on this student club please contact club advisor Dr. Lisa Martini-Johnson email@example.com.
National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)
The purpose of NSLS is to influence, inspire, engage and educate members into better leaders for the future through a multi-step induction process, speaker broadcasts, leadership skills training, time management skills, and techniques on stress management. The society is a place that allows opportunities for students to gain support, accomplish goals, and network with other individuals. For more information regarding NSLS, please contact Doug Smith firstname.lastname@example.org (Bethlehem) or Fran Boshell email@example.com (Monroe)
Outdoors Club sponsors outings for hiking, rock-climbing, camping and more. For more information on this student club please contact club advisor Eileen Brumitt firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paralegal & Legal Secretaries. PALS is extremely involved with campus and local community activities. The PALS Club has been able to sponsor numerous events and charitable organizations at NCC and the surrounding community by volunteering and donating profits earned through its fundraisers. PALS also provides educational activities for its members such as trips to the U.S. Supreme Court and the Capitol. For more information on this student club please contact club advisor Annie Laurie Meyers email@example.com.
People Actively Contributing Together
"Celebrating diversity and unity among many people." P.A.C.T. serves as an organization dedicated to the purpose of creating a network of people committed to real and sustainable change. Through active contributions to community building, P.A.C.T. members strive to share information and experiences which enhance the development of all people. For more information on this student club please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for community college students. The Bethlehem Campus Tau Gamma chapter is a large organization dedicated to academic pursuits, transfer scholarships, and community activities. For more information on this student organization, please contact advisors:
Jennifer Del Quadro email@example.com
Tyler Russell firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Hallowell email@example.com
Megan Borascius firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie McLaughlin email@example.com
The Philosophers' Cafe facilitates honest and open philosophical exploration by the students, staff, and faculty of NCC as well as the surrounding community. The club seeks to be a resource for students enrolled in philosophy courses at NCC and/or planning to transfer and study philosophy. For more information, contact club advisor Ken Burak firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of this club is to provide a place for writers, as well as those who enjoy reading poetry, to discuss and further their knowledge of the subject. The Poetry Club will also serve as a poetry writers' workshop with the goal of encouraging and advancing literary skills. For more information please contact the club advisors, Jaime Gallagher, at email@example.com or Claudia Rubner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Political Science Club
Political Science Club is a non-partisan group open to all NCC students regardless of major. It promotes student awareness in the political process and in world events through panel discussions, voter registration drives, and educational trips. For more information on this student club please contact Samuel Chen email@example.com
The Psychology Club is an academic organization for students interested in psychology, and promotes appreciation of the discipline through educational, professional and social activities. Contact club advisor Jeffery Armstrong firstname.lastname@example.org or Karin Donahue KDonahue@northampton.edu.
Eight individuals elected by the resident students to improve the quality of life for resident students. For more information please contact Elena Uribe at email@example.com
Open to all students interested in the physical and life sciences; promotes scientific awareness by sponsoring guest speakers, field trips and other educational events. For more information on this student club please contact the club advisor Jeannie Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Self Defense Club
The purpose of this club will be to provide tools for physical, mental and spiritual well-being as well as self-defense and recreation. For more information contact the club advisor William Magitlon at email@example.com
Sigma Phi Sigma
Officially named Sigma Phi Sigma, the Funeral Services Association is dedicated to the cultivation of professional skill, ethical conduct and a sense of social responsibility. For more information on this student club please contact the advisor Tony Lynn Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ski Club organizes Ski trips, presents films and demos on techniques and equipment, and teaches non-skiers. For more information on this student club please contact club advisor Kevin Manna Kmanna@northampton.edu.
To unite in a common bond students enrolled in classes with vocational trade and industrial, technical and health occupations education objectives.To promote high standards in all phases of occupational endeavor including trade ethics, workmanship, scholarship and safety.Membership to all students enrolled in credit courses that prepares the student for further education and/or employment related to technology, the health industry, trades or industry and is earning credit toward a diploma/certificate or its equivalent. For additional information contact Dan Phillips email@example.com
Social Work Club
The purpose of this club is to actively bring about awareness of the social work profession. For more information on this student club please contact club advisor Hope Horowitz firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spartan Chess Club
The purpose of the Spartan Chess Club will be to promote the game of chess at (NCC) Northampton Community College. The Chess Club will provide both an environment for experienced chess players to gather and improve their abilities and an opportunity to learn the game for inexperienced players and newcomers. For more information, please contact Sholomo Levy at email@example.com.
The purpose of the Spartan Squares is to contribute to the college community by providing a modern western square-dance outlet. For more information on this student club please contact club advisor Sharon Trimble at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sprout Initiative at NCC
The Sprout Initiative is to cultivate purpose and build community at the East 40 Community Garden. Our goal as NCC students is to grow servant leaders, while empowering homeless youth to define constructive roles in the Lehigh Valley. In addition we will be educating students on sustainable agriculture at the East 40. or more information on this student club please contact club advisor Erin Reilly EReilly@northampton.edu.
A student governing body composed of 4 officers and 11 elected positions. For more information on this student club please contact club advisors Teresa Donate Tdonate@northampton.edu or Douglas Smith email@example.com.
The Sustainability Committee is comprised of students, faculty, and staff who meet monthly to address campus issues regarding the environment. Our current focus is on recycling, plastic waste reduction, and engaging the college and larger community in environmental learning through practices of sustainable agriculture. To get involved contact professor Anita Forrester firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tabletop Gaming Club
The purposes of this organization are to create a safe and easy place for people to come and play tabletop games of all kinds and skill levels, to help expand people’s knowledge of different tabletop games, and to grow people’s creativity, team building, problem solving, and storytelling skills. For more information on the Tabletop Gaming Club, please contact Dustin Briggs at email@example.com or co-advisor Tyler Russell firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides hands-on experience for media production majors. For more information on this student club please contact club advisor Dracie Claus Dclaus@northampton.edu.
WNCC (Radio Station Club)
The club serves as a medium of entertainment, publicity, public information, and education. For more information on this student club please contact club advisor Dracie Claus Dclaus@northampton.edu. Listen live here.
Women's Club of NCC (WCN)
The Women's Club of NCC promotes women's culture and awareness and expands the educational experience of women at Northampton Community College. For more information on this student club please contact Rebecca Martin email@example.com or Eileen Brumitt firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zeta Kappa Psi (Sisterhood)
The purpose of Zeta Kappa Psi is to nurture, empower and support its membership academically and socially and to create an atmosphere of respect and unity between the students and Northampton Community College. For more information on this student club please contact Leyna Beard at email@example.com