York Campus Activities
The Office of Student Development and Multicultural Programs is a division of Student Affairs. We offer a variety of resources. These include:
- student activities
- co-curricular programming
- student organizations advising
By participating in these programs and initiatives, you can develop skills necessary for the workplace. These include leadership, cultural competence, communication and organization. Learn more about clubs and organizations at York Campus.
What are the clubs and organizations at HACC's York Campus?
HACC's York Campus has multiple clubs and organizations:
- Career interest organizations
- Academic honors society
- Special interest groups
- Event planning
Government & Service
- Student Government Association (SGA) - Advisor: Errol Wizda email@example.com
- Community Service Club (CSC) - Advisors: Jill Mitzel firstname.lastname@example.org
Career interest organizations
- Student Nursing Organization (SNO) - Advisor: Sue Luchka email@example.com
Academic honors society
Special interest groups
- Gender & Sexuality Alliance (Sexual identity and gender equality) - Advisor: (interim) Errol Wizda firstname.lastname@example.org
- White Rose Journal (HACC York's literary journal) - Advisor: Jeanne Purtell email@example.com
- L.I.G.H.T. (Bible study) - Advisors: Pat Wolff firstname.lastname@example.org and Irene Rainville email@example.com
- Phi Beta Lambda (Business Club) - Advisor: Elaine Madden firstname.lastname@example.org
- Veterans' Club - Advisors: Cathy Rosenkrans email@example.com and Lawrence Deren firstname.lastname@example.org
- 2nd Fight 2 Flight - Advisor: Ebony Ratleff email@example.com
- Art Club – Advisor: Alyssa Feather firstname.lastname@example.org
- Literacy Club – Advisor: Ty Clever email@example.com
- Student Programming Board (SPB) - Advisor: Errol Wizda firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can I contact for more information?
Email Errol Wizda at email@example.com for information on planning and facilitating events. You can also ask about HACC York's leadership program.
How can I start a new club?
You can form a new club based on student interest. If you are interested in starting a new club, contact Errol Wizda at firstname.lastname@example.org.