We’ll let you know about upcoming events in the College calendar, the Hunter Gatherer e-newsletter, via email, and on the campus monitors. These events and programs are sponsored by the Office of Student Activities.
Hunter College hosts diverse student clubs on campus that represent a wide variety of interests. Student clubs provide a great opportunity for you to connect with your peers over shared interests and hobbies.
From organizations such as the Accounting Society to the Epsilom Sigma Phi Sorority, you can meet up with students who share common interests by joining existing clubs. But if you don’t see a club that shares your passion? Establish a club that does!
See the club listings below to find a club that interests you, or learn how to start a new club, or re-charter an inactive club on our club registration page.See the Student Clubs listing
The Student Leadership Colloquium (SLC) introduces you to new concepts and theories of leadership. We offer workshops to help you improve your leadership skills, and opportunities to meet professionals in a variety of educational and career fields.See Upcoming SLC Events
Do You Have Heart?
If your answer is “Yes!” you should join us to:
- Impact your local community
- Participate in small group projects
- Develop your leadership skills
- Perform community advocacy work
Hunter Has Heart (Triple H) is a social justice program designed to improve communities through volunteerism and advocacy.Learn About Hunter Has Heart
Want some extra support starting next academic year? Participate in the Hunter College Mentoring Program!
Hunter’s Mentoring Program pairs students with Hunter alumni and friends. Each student receives support and feedback from a mentor who has experience in the professional/academic field in which the student is interested, or who has similar life experiences and/or interests. Student mentees meet in person, remotely one-on-one, and in groups with mentors to network and receive guidance.
If you want to access the knowledge and support of a Hunter College mentor, email Theoni Angelopoulos.
“My mentor helped me apply for graduate school – I interviewed at my top three choices and got accepted at all of them.”
— Samantha R. ’18
“I took on too much and panicked -my mentor helped me calm down and prioritize.”
— Jocelyn S. ’21
“I’ve been so focused on studying science, my mentor took me to the ballet and reminded me about all the arts NYC has to offer.”
— Emily L. ’18
Ask About the Mentoring Program
“I meet with my current mentee and still meet with my mentee from last year to give feedback [on healthcare professions].”
— Mentor, Hunter Alum
The Purple and Gold Spirit Squad is a dance team that promotes school spirit and performs at the Men’s Basketball home games. The Spirit Squad is open to all students through an audition process.
All members of the Spirit Squad must be:
- A currently enrolled student in good academic standing – GPA of 2.5 and above with no disciplinary action or pending case.
- Available to attend practice and perform at home athletic and special events.
- Willing to demonstrate school spirit, positive attitude, stamina and suitable dance background.
Students selected for the Spirit Squad must sign a Waiver of Liability, a Video/Photo Release form and be EverFi compliant. Please contact the Spirit Squad Manager, Teneia Wooten at email@example.com for more information.Learn More and Join the Spirit Squad!
The Office of Student Activities and CUNY provide resources to help you register to vote, or update your voter registration, online, in person, or by mail.
You can also advocate for voter registration by assisting registration drives on National Voter Registration Day, or by becoming a poll worker.Learn About Registration and Advocacy
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