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Hard work and study in your classes at CCM will naturally lead to graduation, and, ideally, job offers or acceptance to a four-year college. But involvement in extracurricular activities can help you toward success as well.

Feeling "unconnected" to campus life is a major reason why many students leave a given school or give up on college altogether. Don't let this happen to you!

Getting involved will enable:

  • Lasting friendships with fellow students, professors, advisors, community leaders, and others
  • Stress relief from schoolwork and new responsibilities
  • Time-management skills, enhanced by the need to schedule activities along with courses and study time
  • Career exploration through the development of personal contacts and experiences related to your interests and goals
  • Leadership ability and team player qualities that will carry over to professional life
  • A sense of community that will connect you to the campus community and the world beyond it

Student clubs and organizations at the County College of Morris form a nucleus of co-curricular activity where leadership and life skills are learned and refined in and out of classroom settings. Through participation in various academic, cultural, athletic, social, governance, or recreational organizations you have the opportunity for self-exploration and the development of relationships with other segments of the campus community: fellow students, staff members, administrators and faculty members.

As a CCM student, you are encouraged to join existing student organizations (there are over forty-five clubs from which to choose) or to form new clubs that will promote interests that you might have. There are few restrictions involved in forming a new student club: all that is necessary is nine other interested students, a CCM faculty or staff member to serve as the advisor, and the completion of the necessary paperwork. That's it!

An organization must be officially recognized by the CCM Student Government Association and the College prior to requesting and utilizing College facilities for activity purposes.

Participate in the many student clubs, intercollegiate athletic teams, intramural sports, performing arts productions (music, drama, dance) and various other student activities at County College of Morris. Get involved - you'll be glad you did.
 

 
Governance and Planning Organizations
Inter-Club Council
Judicial Board
Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
Student Government Association (SGA)
 
Honor Societies
Alpha Beta Gamma (International Business Honor Society)
* Chi Alpha Epsilon (Developmental Programs Honor Society)
Phi Theta Kappa (National Two-Year College Honor Society)
Sigma Chi Eta (Communication Honor Society)
 
Co-Curricular Clubs
Art Club
Biology and Chemistry Club
Criminal Justice Club
Cyber Security Club
Exercise Science Club
Fashion Club
Gourmet Club
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Language Club
Mathematics Club
Nursery and Landscape Club
Photo Club
Psychology Club
Radiography Club
Respiratory Club
SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)
Student Film Association
Student Nurses Association
Student Stage Club (music, drama, dance)
Women in S.T.E.M.
 
Service Organizations
Ambassadors Club
E.O.F. Student Alliance
Volunteer Club
 
Special Interest Organizations
Active Minds
Asian Student Association
Diversity Organization
Gay Straight Alliance
Green Student League
* International Students Association
New Social Engine
Peer Mentors Association
Survivors of Abuse and Rape (SOAR)
* United Latino Organization
 
Religious Organizations
Campus Christian Fellowship
* Catholic Campus Ministry
* Jewish Student Association
Muslim Student Association
 
Media Organizations
The Promethean
The Youngtown Edition
 
Recreational Clubs
Chess Club
Motorcycle Club
Outdoors Club
Pretty Girls Sweat
* Running Club
* Sailing Club
* Ski and Snowboard Club
Strategic Gaming Club
Table Tennis Club
Ultimate (Frisbee) Club
Volleyball Club
 
 * = currently inactive

   

 



Congratulations to Sigma Chi Eta Inductees.
On Monday, April 20, 2015, the following Communication majors were inducted into Sigma Chi Eta. A student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0, have completed 12 semester units, have a GPA 3.25 in Speech or Communication studies coursework, have completed 3 classes in Speech or Communication and be in good standing with CCM to have qualified. This event was sponsored by The Alpha Omicron Chapter of Sigma Chi Eta, the Communication Honor Society.

Sigma Chi Eta Inductees

Stephanie Brady

Krystina Cuozzo

Tamara Curovic

Marina Distasi-Gray

Julia Filiberti

Alina Gilman

Abigail Lengyel

Sandra Riano

Victoria Saavedra

Luisa Salazar

Eva Stepanova

Tayah Swedlund

 

Alpha Omicron Chapter Officers:

Alina Gilman

President

 

Luisa Salazar

Vice President

 

Tayah Swedlund

Secretary

 

Julia Filiberti

Treasurer