New Clubs on Campus

In the fall of 2020, three student organizations received official club status from Student Engagement.

Student Engagement oversees more than 80 clubs and organizations on campus, and that number is continuously growing as more student leaders create new groups. Clubs and organizations officially recognized by Student Engagement receive funding from Student Government and enjoy the benefits of that designation. See the College's entire list of clubs and organizations here

By: Camryn Holly ’21

The following clubs and organizations were recognized in the fall of 2020: 

  • Climbing Club

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    The Manhattan College Climbing Club is for students who want to improve their climbing skills, or start building them. The club’s meetings alternate between meeting on campus and meeting at a climbing gym. Practice skills such as knot tying, belaying techniques, climbing skills, and goal setting.
  • The Black Student Union

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    The Black Student Union provides students cultural diversity at Manhattan College, with special regard to students of African descent. We believe in fostering a community that provides students the opportunity to voice their opinions, differences, goals, and ideas.
  • Operation Smile

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    Operation Smile at Manhattan College is held each academic year in solidarity with Operation Smile’s mission to provide safe, surgical care to children born with cleft lip or cleft palate in countries of most need.
By MC Staff