Student Clubs

‌Active Clubs

Accounting, Business and Economics Club

The purpose of this organization shall be to give all students the opportunity to collaborate on projects and activities related to Accounting, Economics and Business fields while creating an environment of exploration regarding future career paths. 

African-American Cultural Society

Formed for all students interested in exploring, sharing and celebrating African-American culture. The club annually presents Words of Passion, Kwanzaa and Black Love Day as well as programs for Black History Month.

African Students Club

Open to all BHCC students, designed to raise awareness of, explore and celebrate the culture of African countries in hopes of developing networks and promoting unity on campus.

Architecture & Design Association

The Architecture and Design Association exists to allow members of the college community to explore all things related to the built environment and related professions such as architecture, interior design, and urban planning, providing opportunities for personal and professional growth and community engagement.

Phi Theta Kappa

BHCC’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. Membership qualifies students for transfer scholarships at colleges and universities throughout the country.

Asian Cultural Association

Open to all students, formed to celebrate Asian culture and educate the campus on Asian customs and celebrations. The club presents a Lunar New Year Festival as well as programs for Asian Heritage Week annually.

Art and Design Club

Open to any student interested in exploring the visual arts and appreciating how art can communicate ideas, tell stories and develop bonds between people.

Behavioral Sciences Club

Welcomes all BHCC students who have an interest in studying and exploring the behavioral sciences field.

Board Games Club

To provide and maintain a support network that encourages the personal, intellectual, career, and social growth of BHCC undergraduates who are interested in Board, Card, and Video Games, especially those who are Video Game Design Majors (Gaming Computer Artist/Programming Track Simulation). 

Caribbean Club

The purpose of this club is to share and promote the Caribbean culture at BHCC as well as educate members on Caribbean islands, backgrounds and history.

Design and Developer’s Club

Created to provide and maintain a support network for the personal, intellectual, career and social growth of BHCC students who are interested in computer science.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex Allies + Student Union

Created to educate the college community on LGBTQA issues and concerns. This group has presented celebrations for National Coming Out Day as well as cultural festivals celebrating the works of LGBT artists.


Open to all students interested in exploring careers in science, technology, engineering and math-related fields (STEM). This club offers opportunities for networking with students from other colleges and high schools as well as opportunities to attend conferences.

Multicultural Club

Made up of students from all over the world, including the U.S. The club presents cultural festivals highlighting the countries of its members as well as forums and social events to promote unity among all people.

Music Club

Open to all students with an interest in sharing talents as well as composing and performing musical works.

Muslim Students Association

Founded to educate the College about the Muslim religion, this club is open to all who observe or are interested in learning about the religion of Islam.

Parents Association

Open to all students who are managing the responsibilities and challenges of being parents and going to college; we will seek to offer members a place for support, resources, community, and empowerment.

Pre-Med Society

Formed to provide Bunker Hill Community College students an opportunity to explore future careers in any area of Medical Professions, and prepare for transfer and careers in the medical field.

Society of Women Engineers

To empower women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders; expand the image of the engineering and technology professions as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity and inclusion. 

Student Government Association

An elected body of students that works collaboratively with the College administration to enhance the quality of student life on campus. The SGA meets every week and is open to all students who want to improve the quality of student life on campus.

Student Government Association

Veterans Club

Brings together veterans from all over the world and educates the campus on issues facing veterans today.

Inactive Clubs*

A Basic Needs Club 
Academic Excellence and Olympiad Club 
Advertising Club 
Arab Students Association 
Brazilian Cultural Club 
Christian Fellowship 
Creating You Club 
Criminal Justice Society 
DACA (Dreamers and College Allies) 
Disabilities Equality and Access for All Club (D.E.A.F.) 
Drama Club 
Entrepreneur Club 
First Generation Students Club 
Foreign Languages Club 
Game Developers Club 
Hillel Club 
History and Government Club 
Hospitality Club 
Latinos Club—Change to Latinx Club 
Math Club 
Meditation and Wellness Club 
Music Club 
Nursing Club 
Paralegal Club 
Photography Club 
Science and Space 
Sports Business Club 
Student Success Club 
Sustainability Club 
Writer’s Block 
Young Americans for Liberty 
*To reactivate a student club, please contact the Director of Student Leadership and Engagement,


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