Clubs & Organizations

  1. Society members receive awards.

    American Chemical Society

    The Manhattan College chapter of the American Chemical Society provides undergraduate students exposure to different opportunities within the fields of chemistry and biochemistry.

  2. Image of DNA molecules.

    Biology Club

    The Biology Club is a student organization that looks at the application of concepts and methods in the field of biology. It is open to anyone who enjoys biology, nature or science.

  3. Students hold climate change poster.

    Green Club

    The Green Club is dedicated to sustainability at the College, in the community and throughout the world.

  4. Students in the iGEM club

    iGEM: International Genetically Engineered Machine

    iGEM is a competition that requires students to solve real world challenges by building genetically engineered biological systems.

  5. journal cover

    Manhattan Scientist Research Journal

    The Manhattan Scientist is an academic journal produced by the School of Science.

  6. hands in dirt planting

    Mother Nature

    This club is for helping connect women who are interested in learning about and helping the environment. The goal of Mother Nature is to get more women interested in studying what’s putting our environment in danger and helping.

  7. Bird's eye view of New York City.

    New York Water Environmental Association

    The Manhattan College chapter of this organization hosts panel discussions, guest lectures and symposiums, as well as other events to increase students' awareness of environmental issues.

  8. Students holding Women in STEM poster.

    Women in STEM

    The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession.