Whether you want something to do, are looking for a place to be, or just looking to do some good, Nyack’s Student Activities Office (S.A.O) can help you find it.
Student Activities: During the week we have events that happen at different places all over campus. Whether it is in the gym, the bubble, the hub or the cafe you can find us doing something usually 3 nights during the week. On weekends, you can find us usually Friday and Saturday nights up late having a good time. Glow in the dark- capture the flag anyone? However; we can’t forget those year making events like JUMP, Homecoming, Spring Formal and more… moments when lifelong memories are made. All of this comes from the S.A.O!
But wait there is more…..
We also have a number of Clubs and Organization, each club and organization is student run and student organized. You can find their flyers on the NCSB board near the Post Office. You can also sign up to participate during our beginning of semester Cokes and Clubs event!
Here is a list of the current student clubs at Nyack College:
Loud Mouths – Need some hosts for your open mic? Loud Mouths is a club of talented vocal artists who use their gifts of spoken word, rap, poetry, and song to Glorify God. They perform throughout New York City and Nyack.
More than Conqueror Gospel Choir– Like to sing Gospel? The this is the club for you. MTCGC – has been a long standing tradition here at Nyack College, performing at venues and events both on campus and in the Rockland/ New York City area
Lost and Found – This student-run organization focuses on social justice issues, and looks for local ways to make an impact in the community at Nyack, and in New York City.
ASAP – Step Team – The ASAP step team is a group of vibrant, rhythmic students who are stepping it up when it comes to step team material. Performing on campus, in area churches, and at different venues.
Kingdom Praise Dance Team – Seeing the KPDT in action is a sight to be seen. They can be found worshiping in chapel through dance. What a gifted and anointed group of students they are.
Chess Club – Do you want to take a break from the school work and challenge your mind in other areas? The chess club provides just that.
Men’s Lacrosse Club – This club allows male athletes to experience a team environment that embraces Jesus Christ if they don’t already play the available men’s sport.
Adventure Club – White water rapids, scaling mountain cliffs, 5 am hikes, spelunking… do these things sound awesome to you. Then the adventure club is just the place for you. Join Prof. Scott Reitz and his dedicated group of students as they head off on frequent adventures into the unknown.
International Student Union – Calling all international students, MK students or any student with an interest in international things. This is for you! Meeting weekly this club gathers to enjoy the fellowship of globally thinking students.
Friday Night Lights American Football Club – Love Football? This is the club for you! Come out every Friday night to the Bubble 7 pm and get involved.
Asian Student Fellowship – Are you from an Asian background? Or maybe you love all things Asian? Or maybe you just really want some amazing food. The ASF is around to help our Asian students adjust to life in America, provides a bit of home for our first and second gen. students and is a great chance to discover more about the Asian Culture and what it looks like here at Nyack.
Improv Club – Love to laugh? Check out the Improv Club, develop good skills in thinking on your feet.
Acts Prayer Ministry (APM) – To bring spiritual growth to the Nyack College community through prayer, reading the Holy Bible, and memorizing the scriptures. Through supplications and intercessions we believe we will not conform to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of our mind.
Nyack College Business Club (NCBC) – To aid the faculty and the student body of Nyack College with our business abilities. We strive to give members of our club the experiences and connections they will need to thrive in the business world.
Social Work Organization (SWO) – To promote the Social Work profession (within a Christian perspective) through Social Work education, community service, and campus awareness of social and political issues.
Students Against Hunger (SAH) – To exemplify the love of Jesus Christ in action by providing food to the poor, addressing their spiritual needs, and working in partnership with others to encourage community service according to Deuteronomy 15:11.
Armed Forces Ministry – To assist with the transition from military service to civilian life, while providing clarity concerning the academic requirements, grants, scholarships, and other resources that are available to veterans.
Living Waters Dance Ministry – Their goal is to worship God using the gift of dance and to give God all the glory through their talent.