Bethlehem Campus Clubs
American Dental Hygiene Association. The objectives of this Association shall be to cultivate, promote and sustain the art and science of dental hygiene, to represent and safeguard the common interest of the students and to contribute toward the improvement of the health of the public. This Association shall also provide communication between classes, faculty and administration and be a means for submitting opinions, ideas, problems, complaints and suggestions for discussion. For more information, contact club advisors Kate Karalunas at firstname.lastname@example.org or Shani Hohneck at email@example.com.
The purpose of the organization is to broaden the Architectural student's mind through educational trips, movies, and lectures. For more information, contact club advisor Joseph Biondo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, contact club advisors Rachael Gorchov at email@example.com.
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.
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 Marshal Miller at email@example.com. Follow BABC on Instagram @badapplencc.
The Band of Brothers (BOB) is a student-run organization that advocates and supports student Veterans on campus. We pride ourselves on networking with internal and external community resources. The goal of BOB is to build camaraderie among student veterans, families, and allies as we facilitate a seamless transition from military life into higher education and build a foundation for the future. The BOB welcomes and encourages all Veterans, Active Duty, and reservists/guards to bond together. For more information, contact club advisors Alexis Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org or David Repyneck at email@example.com,
The 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, contact club advisor Gina Turner 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 Julia VanPelt email@example.com.
The purpose of this organization is to establish a Christian student and staff full Bible ministry and support spiritual growth in the saving knowledge of Christ Jesus, the Son of God, and to provide social activities for interested participants. For more information on this club please contact club advisor, Sam Chen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, email@example.com.
The Commuter is the student newspaper. Its purpose is to serve as both an educational and informational tool on campus while recognizing the student's point of view. Visit the Commuter website by clicking on this link ncccommuter.org. For more information contact club advisor Jaime Gallagher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
Forms a basis for future professionals through networking and advocacy. For more information on this student club please contact the advisor Melenese Sivells at firstname.lastname@example.org, Robin Cunconan-Lahr at email@example.com, or Amanda Seguinot at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 at email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 the Student Life and Leadership Development office at email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The club is an active member of the Eta Sigma Delta International Hospitality Management Society. For more information on this student club please contact advisor Rebecca Heid at email@example.com
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 Brandon Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org, Katie Selness at email@example.com or Amber Gore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kindness Club will provide a physical space and time dedicated to the development of a community of Spartans interested in exploring intentional kindness as a tool of resilience, emotional regulation, and emotional healing through related political/historical literature, media, and art. For more information contact club advisor Brian Henson at email@example.com.
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 year, each spring, 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 at firstname.lastname@example.org or Abigail Michelini at email@example.com.
The purpose of this club is to promote a safe place for Muslims to talk about different things happening around the world, to organize fundraising and charity events, and provide cultural education. The club mission is to foster a vibrant and inclusive community that promotes unity, understanding, and spiritual growth among its members. For more information contact club advisor Nykolai Blichar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Outdoors Club sponsors outings for hiking, rock-climbing, camping, canoeing, and more. For more information, contact the Student Life and Leadership Development office at email@example.com
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 advisor Doug Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or Amber Horvath at email@example.com.
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 William Whyte at firstname.lastname@example.org, Samuel Chen at email@example.com or Nykolai Blichar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, contact club advisor Susan Davidson at 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. For more information, contact club advisors Karin Donahue firstname.lastname@example.org or Megan Nocek at email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ski Club organizes ski trips, presents films and demos on technique and equipment, and teaches non skiers. All experience levels are welcome to join. For more information contact the Student Life and Leadership Development office at email@example.com.
Our club's goal is to show people how amazing things in the skies above us can be and where we can go. In order to achieve this, our club favors a practical approach over a technical approach. We will learn about and also create our own models. For more information contact the club advisor Maria Livingston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 about this club, please contact club advisor Sholomo Levy at email@example.com.
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. Spartan Scribes will also serve as a poetry writers' workshop with the goal of encouraging and advancing literary skills. For more information please contact club advisors, Abigail Michelini at firstname.lastname@example.org or Claudia Rubner 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.
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, contact club advisor Dustin Briggs at email@example.com.
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, contact club advisors Morgan Flagg-Detwiler at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jessica Bacho at email@example.com.
Follow the Bethlehem’s Women’s Club on Instagram @nccbethwomensclub