Join a club today!
Joining a club is a great way to get involved on campus!
Wanting to get involved more on campus? Looking for something to do outside of class? Want to meet some awesome people who think the same way as you? Below is a list of clubs for both campuses that you can join TODAY!
Simply send an email to the Club Presidents, and they'll let you know what is required to join.
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Exercise is Medicine is an academic club trying to encourage a healthy lifestyle among the NC community and beyond. EIM is a Global health initiative, and our Club at NC makes up just a small fraction of that. We are committed to the belief that physical activity is crucial in the prevention and treatments of diseases and should be considered a form a prescription medicine
Jodi Steele (Interim)
Nerds & Geeks Club
We offer a range of activities and events for those interested in joining a close knit group of friends and fans of everything nerdy. We also offer opportunities for students to host their own events and learn how to be a leader themselves!
We are an extracurricular academic club that will be focused on creating familiarity and camaraderie between students in Niagara College's Pharmacy programs.
We encourage inclusivity and welcome all students.
The World Modern
Martial arts is a discipline, a fitness regimen, and a form of self-defence that's useful for all ages. Research shows that it offers a myriad of benefits for the body and mind. While the physical benefits and advantages of Martial arts are apparent, the mental benefits can't be discounted.
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The Sustainable Agriculture Society serves to provide a space for learning, networking, and professional development to those with a passion for agriculture, environmental restoration, and healthy food. We discuss improvements to common production methods, soil health and biology, the relevant science behind sustainable agriculture, and delve into the practices that pose solutions as well as remediate the problems created by conventional agriculture.
The Greenhouse Club is a global initiative, we strive to create an environment that encourages values such as: sustainability, inclusivity, and the development of our member's agency in being positive role models within their community. The Greenhouse Club is a place where students of any experience level, can feel welcome to learn from, and assist each other with their academics and extracurricular activities.
We are a student run club here at Niagara College. Where we pride ourselves on our guest speakers of industry professionals, our community events, as well as amazing networking possibilities. If you are interested in joining our club you will not be dissapointed. Like our page on Facebook (HRNC) to keep up with the latest news, or hit the email now button below!
Lindsay van der Vechte
LOL: Loving Out Loud - LGBTQ2+ Club
This is L.O.L Club. We want to welcome you to our LGBTQ+ family and tell you that your experience at the college can be a great life change for you. We are open to receive people from diverse groups of religion, ethnic, legal, political, and educational backgrounds which people might identify with. Here is what to expect from us: we will have meetings, events, discussions, activities, and more!
The NC Hospitality, Financial, and Technology Professional Group
We are an international non-profit organization that has connected financial and technology professionals within the hospitality industry since 1952. It is headquartered in Austin, Texas and the Niagara College Chapter was chartered in December 2018. "HFTP offers you access to hospitality finance and technology focused resources and tools to help you excel in your profession and deliver solutions to your workplace". If you are interested in joining our club or have any questions, please email us - we'd love to connect!
The Society for Ecological Restoration - SER
A Club for people who care about environmental problems and want to discuss issues relating to global warming, pollution, and climate change.
Supply Chain Management Club at Niagara College
This Club's goal is to create a community spirit among the supply chain students, to help each other now that we all need the most, and to cultivate this spirit in the future. So we can all benefit from this academic network.
Dalsey Myszkowski Lourenco