Participating in student clubs and organizations provides a great opportunity to discover new talents, make new friends and gain exposure to various professions. Listed below are some of our currently active clubs and organizations at our New Rochelle campus.
Responsible for the planning and execution of various programs and fund-raising activities that promote class unity and school spirit. Boards are elected annually by each individual class. Class Boards can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or email@example.com
CNR Model United Nations (CNRMUN)
Offers an awareness of international concerns to our College Community. The club develops students’ abilities in discussion and critical thinking about world issues. They prepare throughout the academic year to participate in the annual National Model United Nations Conference. I’m Interested
The College of New Rochelle Student Nurses’ Association (CNR S.N.A.)
CNR SNA assumes the responsibility of contributing to nursing education to prepare individuals to provide the highest quality of healthcare. CNR SNA seeks to provide programs of fundamental and current professional interests and concerns. The group will aid in the development of the whole person and assist them with realizing their professional role and responsibility in the healthcare field. I’m Interested
Science and Math Society (SAMS)
A club dedicated to developing scholarly attitudes while encouraging exploration within the scientific and mathematical fields. The club holds trips and study sessions for regular classes and the MCAT exam. I’m Interested
Women In Lasting Defense of the Environment (W.I.L.D.E.)
A group of students at our New York college dedicated to increasing campus awareness about environmental concerns. They conduct an annual Earth Day Game Show, hold fundraisers to benefit a variety of ecological causes and host cleanup efforts at the local marshlands. I’m Interested
Black Student Union (BSU)
This club was created to raise diversity awareness on our New York college campus. Over the years, BSU has implemented programs that expose students to various facets of the African culture. Their signature event is the Evening of Elegance that includes dinner, dance, and a fashion show. I’m Interested
Latin American Women’s Society (L.A.W.S.)
This organization helps to promote campus awareness as they pertain to the needs of Latin American women. Their signature event is the annual Cervantes Dinner/Dance held in April. I’m Interested
Black Ice (Step Team)
Using poise and precision, the step team provides entertainment to all those who attend their performances. In addition to their signature event, which takes place in the spring semester, Black Ice steps at many of the events hosted by other SGA clubs and organizations. I’m Interested
Blue Angel Cheerleaders
A group of dedicated athletes who promote school spirit and CNR pride. The cheerleading programs at our New York college run year round and cheer at all home basketball games, campus events and the New Rochelle Thanksgiving Day parade. They hold fundraisers and participate in a variety of community service activities. Cheerleading is both an athletic team and a club. If you would like additional information about our Blue Angel Cheerleaders or would like to learn more about trying out, contact Harold Crocker
Helps to develop an interest among students and faculty in the creation of theater arts. The fall event is usually a musical, while the spring event is a drama. I’m Interested
Through the gift of song, the choir serves to uplift its members and the college community spiritually. Through concerts, fundraising and acts of service, they are an asset to CNR and the surrounding community. For more information, visit the Gospel Choir
CNR's dance team explores various forms of dance technique such as hip hop, modern jazz, ballet and tap. This spirited group offers opportunities for students to learn different dance genres and to perform at various college events like Strawberry Festival, Spirit Competition and Family Weekend. I'm Interested!
The College of New Rochelle’s yearbook, Annales
, takes CNR’s memories and puts them into a book for students to forever look back on. Staff members of Annales
work closely with a deadline to put the book out on time. It is a great learning opportunity and resume builder. To order a copy of the latest Annales
, please call SD at (914) 654-5862. I’m Interested!
This is the literary and arts magazine for the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Nursing. For 30 years, the creation of this publication has cultivated and recognized the many talents of the women who attend this institution. Each issue has been an integral part of CNR's community and a symbol of pride, hard work and success o f the aesthetic works of each generation of students. I’m Interested
As CNR’s student-run newspaper, the Tatler
serves as the voice of student concerns, as well as a vehicle for information important to CNR students. The Tatler comes out monthly, allowing students to learn the skills it takes to put out a printed publication. The paper helps foster the growth of its writers, editors and other staff involved in the process. I’m Interested
Don’t see something you are interested in? Students can start their own club! Stop by the Student Development office, or contact Melissa Becker at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.