Identity-Based Student Clubs
Student clubs and organizations play a large role in planning and hosting our multicultural and social advocacy programming, as well as smaller observances throughout the semester. The clubs listed on this page also serve as communities for students seeking affinity group support. Common interest unites these student clubs as they move toward shared goals. Allies and those looking to expand their knowledge and social connections are also welcome in these organizations.
To be connected with a club advisor and get involved, email Student Life & Engagement.
The International Club at Boyce is a welcoming forum of students who understand and appreciate our multitude of ethnicities and cultures. By fostering interactions and goodwill between diverse international and domestic backgrounds, club members learn and share unique inter-cultural traditions as well as develop friendships and socialize with their fellow students from the U.S.A. and around the world. Activities and events include but are not limited to guest presenters, educational trips, social activities, and volunteer efforts.
The World Cultures Club at North hosts activities, plans and coordinates the Culture of India Festival, the International Food Festival, the Interfaith dialogue series, and the Global Org Tour.
The International Club at South seeks to unite and advocate for the diverse CCAC community through fundraising, Diversity Week and other programming, as well as promoting opportunities to attend cultural programs within the broader community.
The LGBTQ+ Club at North hosts discussion panels, guest speakers, and Pride Day events for the North Campus and North Hills Community.
The Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) at Allegheny unites the community via fellowship, pride festivities; and, they host events for Coming Out Day.
The Rainbow Alliance at South provides an engaging community for the LGBTQIA+ community and its allies through weekly meetings, off campus events, drag shows, and World AIDS Day.
The Black Student Union (BSU) at Allegheny facilitates Black History Month events, Kwanzaa celebrations, and features open mic talent shows. The BSU commits to the needs, concerns, and issues of African American and other minority constituents as it relates to the academic and social needs that these groups encounter.
The Men of Merit Initiative (MMI) is a student program that focuses on increasing the retention, campus/community engagement and academic success of male students of color. The program is available at every campus and is open to all CCAC students. Participants build mentored relationships that provide direction to students for perseverance, overcoming barriers and achieving academic and life success.
Women on a Mission (WOM) is a student program designed to positively impact the college experience of female students of color. The program is open to all CCAC students college-wide and works to improve retention by providing access to campus and community resources, exclusive speaker events, creating connections with CCAC staff, faculty, and administrative mentors, and cultivating unique professional and personal development opportunities.