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Student Clubs and Organizations

Diving into an extracurricular club could be the best part of your time on campus. Whether you’re a head-of-the-class, perfect-GPA, volunteers-helping your instructor understand Zoom filters, or a stay-out-late-on-Thursday, avoid-taking-classes-on-Friday-morning, type of student, there’s a club out there for you. 

Check out the full list of clubs below and keep checking because we are always adding new clubs to the list. 

If you find a club you would like to join, reach out to the club advisor, or reach out to Student Engagement to get you signed up.

Clubs and Organizations

The Active Minds Club is dedicated to changing the conversation around student mental health. We work together to utilize the student voice to raise mental health awareness among college students. By coming together, we can empower students to speak openly about mental health issues on campus to reduce stigma, encourage help-seeking and prevent suicides. All of this is done through campus awareness events, promoting available resources to students, advocating for positive change, representing the student's voice, and creating programs that are responsive to students' unique needs on our campus.

Meetings: Wednesday 2pm
Zoom Link: 896 0217 064

African Diaspora, Latinx/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Indigenous & Allies 
The ALANA Club seeks to foster inclusion, awareness, and identity clarification, examining various racial/ethnic identity groups, student support, and cross-cultural relationship amplification and understanding and working toward inspiring a welcoming school climate, providing belongingness to all 4C students.  We do this through multicultural events, panel discussions, weekly book reviews, meetings, performance, and art.  The club works collaboratively with other student organizations and college departments.

Meetings: Thursday 3pm
Zoom Link: 997 5736 9340

Mission: Anime Club brings together students interested and/or knowledgeable about Japanese anime and manga, western-created animations and graphic novels, as well as both foreign and western-created video games. Inquiring students will learn about the various types of each, being able to watch, read, play, or discuss different animations, novels, and games. Our hope is to learn more about new and interesting types of shows, books, and games and to broaden our knowledge of other cultures as well as our own.

Meetings: Wednesday 2pm
Zoom Link: 951 9962 7002 (Passcode: 351560)

Collegiate Recovery Club is a supportive peer group that reinforces the decision to engage in and/or maintain recovery while attending classes. Student members support recovery from any addiction or mental health issue. Through individual support and campus advocacy, the club aims to create an inclusive environment and supportive community to help students in recovery thrive at 4C’s and beyond.

Meetings: Friday 4PM
Zoom Link: 977 8876 8414

An eclectic community of writers and lovers of the written word; meets weekly to share and discuss original works in an encouraging and supportive environment.

Meetings:  Wednesday 2pm
Zoom Link: contact for link

This exciting new club is for anyone that wants to learn more about auras, astrology, numerology, chakras, affirmations, and also the universe: the law of attraction, crystals, tarot, and more.

Meetings: Monday 2pm
Zoom Link: 929 3841 2669

Promotes open discourse by encouraging participation in academic tournaments and hosting regular meetings to invite guest lecturers to discuss team performance and promoting free-thinking.  The Debate Club fosters diverse opinions on campus with public debates. We offer students support and the opportunity for competition on an intercollegiate level.

Meetings: Friday 11:00am
Zoom Link: 988 9702 1668

Dental Hygiene Club cultivates, promotes, and sustains the art and science of Dental Hygiene.  Provides networking opportunities in order to get a better understanding of the profession and all that it entails.  Open to accepted Dental Hygiene students

Zoom Link: contact for special link

The Honors Club strives to enhance the academic environment of all fellow students. It provides opportunities for individual growth while strengthening the campus community through the coordination of fun activities and projects focused on the club’s three principles: Scholarship, Support and Service.

Meetings: Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m.
Zoom Link: 946 2434 0385
On-Campus: Lorusso, Tech 101




Gives students exposure to the vast field of Human Service and helps promote and support their exploration of this career path. We also want to help students with networking opportunities for shadowing or volunteering in order to better understand the profession and what it entails. We will also guide students on undergraduate class requirements and useful study.

Meeting Times: Tuesday 2pm
Zoom meeting: 818 7764 6058 (passcode: HSclub)

Raises awareness of issues related to LGBTQIA+ students, furthering acceptance and providing support to all students of all sexual orientations. Welcome to ally’s as well. 

Sponsors events, lectures, and discussions designed to inspire free ideas and greater understanding.  Open to and welcoming to all students of spectrums. 

We recognize sexuality and gender identity aren’t set in stone. People’s identities can be fluid.  

Meets Wednesdays: 12noon

For more information contact 

Offers students interested in a nurse track an opportunity in which to find and provide support, information, service and learning opportunities, camaraderie and friendship. Open to accepted Nursing Program Students ONLY.


The Orchard Club is dedicated to planning, planting and maintaining an orchard at Cape Cod Community College. Our mission is for our orchard to be sustained and entirely managed by students.

Meeting Times: Monday 3:30
Zoom Link: Contact for link

For more information please contact Rebecca Griffin For more information on our Alpha Upsilon Mu chapter, visit PTK.

Broadcasts 24/7 on the air and via the Web, with student and faculty DJs occupy airtime during the school year.

Meeting Times: Wednesday 2pm
Contact for Zoom Link:

*Currently in Membership Drive Seeking New Members

The Single Parents’ Group of 4Cs is designed to uplift, support, and educate single-parent students at Cape Cod Community College. 

The Club will inform members about resources both on campus and in the community to help them meet their financial, emotional, and physical needs while completing their degree or certificate and develop a feeling of belonging know they are not alone on their journey. Meetings are held via Zoom on Mondays at 2:30 pm and Fridays in person at noon. 

Please reach out to President Christina Silva-Simpson via email at for any questions about the Club or joining the Club.

If you are a STEM student or someone interested in STEM, check out 4CSTEM Club! With the guidance of Amanda Hutchinson and Samantha Ricciardi, the club explores all careers and educational pathways in STEM. This club chooses between exploring 4-year school, site visits to STEM companies near 4Cs, Museum exhibits, robotics events, nature walks and so much more. Each year the club members can also vote on what excursion or volunteer experience they would like to take on next. The club meets the last Monday of every month from 1:30-2:30 p.m.   

If you would like to sign up for the club, click the link: 

Representatives composed of elected student representatives; maintains and improves student facilities, programming initiatives, events, services, and enhancements to the overall community. Open to all 4Cs Students.

Meeting Times: Every other Friday @ 9:30am
Contact:, or

The Club helps provide support to veterans enrolled at Cape Cod Community College in their pursuit of education through a collaboration of veterans, students, faculty, school, and government resources. The Student Veterans of America at Cape Cod Community College is a recognizable symbol with which students can relate to each other and increase the public’s general awareness of the cultures, social backgrounds, and barriers of the veteran and military community. Open and inclusive to all 4Cs Students regardless of military background. 

Meeting Times: Wednesdays at 4 PM
Zoom Link: 


A broad-based music loving group of students who enjoy connecting to play or listen to the ukulele instrument.  The club facilitates people playing music together, especially encouraging those that never thought they would play a musical instrument.  If you like music this is the club for you!

Meeting Times: Wednesday 2pm
Zoom Link: 967 644 3165

*Currently in Membership Drive Seeking New Members

helps provide support to veterans enrolled at Cape Cod Community College in their pursuit of education through a collaboration of veterans, students, faculty, school, and government resources. The Student Veterans of America at Cape Cod Community College is a recognizable symbol with which students can relate to each other and increase the public’s general awareness of the cultures, social background, and barriers of the veteran and military community. Open and inclusive to all 4Cs Student regardless of military background.

Meeting Times: Friday 11am
Zoom Link: 968 0447 1919

This club promotes holistic well-being of students by providing access to recreational and educational experiences fostering a sense of community and empowering individuals to cultivate wellness values and behaviors.

Meeting Times: Tuesday 12noon
Zoom Link: 994 5701 0576

Contact Student Engagement

Office of Student Engagement
Location Grossman Commons, Room 208
Hours Virtual Hours: Monday–Friday, 9am–4:30pm
In Person Hours: Tuesday–Thursday, 10am–3pm

Note: Please Call the Student Engagement Office in advance to make a Virtual or an In Person Appointment.
Phone 774.330.4320

For academic and wellness support visit: Student Support