Students can explore all that their arts careers have to offer while participating in cocurricular clubs. These clubs give students an opportunity to work with professors outside the classroom while learning more about their majors and the many ways their majors will be used on a daily basis. Talk to your faculty advisor for more information about how to get involved.
American Advertising Federation
A group in which students get together to discuss the latest trends in advertising technology and creativity. Learn more at aaf.org.
Help promote what’s happening on campus by joining this club! Also, take advantage of New York City with field trips based upon the field.
II Circolo Dante Alighieri (Italian Club)
Also known as the Italian Club, enjoy Italian culture with authentic food, films and more!
Le Cercle Francais (French Club)
Also known as the French Club, enjoy French culture with authentic food, films and more!
Enjoy writing everything from poems to short stories? Enjoy art, everything from photography to painting? Then have your work published in the Manhattan Magazine!
An opportunity for students to work on photography, writing and lay-out for the yearbook.
Learn how to produce, direct, and edit for the campus’ television station. Learn more at home.manhattan.edu/~mctv.
Students can be reporters, writers, photographers, editors and lay-out artists for the college newspaper.
A club in which future career goals are discussed with students who have a passion for psychology.
A chance for students to try their hands at being a DJ and to experience running a radio station.