Activities & Clubs
The Office of Activities & Clubs at Anna Maria College is committed to enhancing the student experience outside of the classroom. Our office can be seen as the bookends to your college experience. We start with assisting new students in their transition to Anna Maria though orientation programs and end by hosting a series of Senior Week events to cap off your time at Anna Maria College – and we do a lot more in between.
Throughout your time as an AMCAT, The Office of Activities & Clubs develops and supports the Student Government Association and the clubs and organizations that fall under the SGA. These clubs and orgs help to make our campus vibrant through hosting a variety of social, educational or celebratory programs. We have over 30 clubs for you to choose from, but would love to help you start something new that aligns with your passions.
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Activities & Clubs
Anna Maria College offers a wide range of clubs and activities that provides something for everyone. Student-led groups include:
ALANA is a student organization for students of African, Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific, and Native American descent created to provide support and community for these students and their allies. ALANA holds meetings where students of color can network, dialogue, get support and plan events. ALANA is supported through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and is committed to creating a more inclusive and multicultural-competent campus.
For more information, email us at email@example.com, follow us on Twitter @AMC_ALANA, or connect with the Director of ODI/a recognized member of ALANA.
AMCATS Cheerleading Team
The cheerleaders promote school spirit on campus and at athletic events.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anna Maria’s billiards club provides a space for students interested in the sport of pool. They host weekly meetings and tournaments throughout the year.
B.R.I.D.G.E is a mentorship-based initiative that supports the success of men of color at Anna Maria College by providing a myriad of resources to help them attain their goals, attain a college degree and facilitate student access. The acronym for B.R.I.D.G.E represents Balance, Responsibility, Integrity, Development, Growth and Evolution – these areas are highlighted throughout the program. Participants of the B.R.I.D.G.E Program will be exposed to opportunities to build social capital while planning for life after Anna Maria through mentorship, civic engagement, workshops, internships, and volunteer opportunities in Worcester and beyond. The B.R.I.D.G.E Program is fully staffed and is facilitated by male alumni of color and the Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
For more information, email us at email@example.com, connect with the Director of ODI/a recognized member of B.R.I.D.G.E.
Once Upon A Campus
A student organization that travels to local hospitals, clinics, and cancer centers to bring joy and happiness to children and their families who are in treatment for illnesses.
Chorus Club works to promote and organize an artistic outlet for the Anna Maria College community. By performing at schools, places of worship, civic organizations and right here at Anna Maria, the club believes it is using its talents to truly make the community a better place.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every class has an elected Class Board that is intended to fundraise, develop programs and coordinate communication between members of each class.
Delta Epsilon Sigma National Honor Society
The purpose of this Society shall be to recognize academic accomplishments, to foster scholarly activities and to encourage a sense of intellectual community among its members.
For more information, email us at email@example.com.
Drama Club offers an outlet for creative performance. The club holds a fall production, a spring musical and many Improv events. Drama Club is open to any student and shows are free to attend.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marching Band & Drumline
The Drumline provides entertainment for football and basketball game.
For more information, email us at email@example.com.
General Education Club
This club brings together education majors in order to have discussions about their experiences in student teaching, internships, practicums, etc.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fire and Emergency Services Association
FESA serves as the fire science students’ resource on campus for concerns, ideas, and further education. Each year, the club plans events to educate the community on fire safety. To further their own knowledge, students in the club bring in speakers and take trips. The FESA Pig Roast has become a staple during the Anna Maria spring week.
For more information, email us at email@example.com.
Literary Club/Habit Literary Magazine
The Literary Club serves to enrich the minds of its fellow students with sharing, learning, producing and discovering literary works and arts of all authors foreign and domestic.
Click here to view the Literary Club’s Habit Magazine.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music Education Club
Provides a community of camaraderie for students to share in their passion for music and music education. The club helps provide educational experiences for enhancement in the field of music education. Its members represent the school in many conferences. The club also hosts campus events including karaoke and Just Dance Nights.
For more information, email us at email@example.com.
Music Therapy Club
The Music Therapy Club provides students interested in music therapy with the resources to better understand what music therapy is about. By attending conferences, such as the New England Region of the American Music Therapy Association, Passages and Massachusetts Music Therapy Alliance, students are able to network with others who are in this emerging field. Music Therapy Club also hosts open mic nights, as well as concerts.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PRIDE is an advocacy club created to provide a safe community on campus for students who identify as being lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, queer/questioning or other identities. PRIDE holds meetings where LGBTQ+ students can network, dialogue, get support and plan events. PRIDE is supported through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and is committed to educating the Anna Maria community and having dialogues on topics concerning the LGBTQ+ community.
For more information, email us at email@example.com, connect with the Director of ODI/a recognized member of PRIDE.
Program and Activities Council (PAC)
The Program and Activities Council serves as the programming board for AMC students. Members plan and book trips, magicians, singers, hypnotists, games, novelties, and other fun activities for Anna Maria students.
Residence Hall Association
Programs events in residence halls as well as helps to advocate for resident student issues.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
A club for students who are currently playing a Division III sport would like to join a varsity team or are interested in club and intramural sports.
Student Nurse Association (SNA)
SNA serves as a resource for concerns relating to health and wellness. The association strives to promote the public image of nursing through involvement with the student body and community. The Student Nurse Association conducts events such as a bone marrow drive.
For more information, email us at email@example.com.
Student Government Association
The mission of the Student Government Association is to act as a voice for the students, empowering them, and acting as a resource while upholding the traditions and values of Anna Maria College. Placing the students at the center of our educational experience, the Anna Maria College Student Government Association seeks to effectively communicate, create and maintain community, as well as provide and support co-curricular learning. As we represent the College and our student body we will hold ourselves to the highest standards by leading with integrity while selflessly serving the students and the College on a local, state and nationwide level. All students are encouraged to come to the SGA meetings Tuesdays at 3:00 p.m. in Jacques Conference Room.