Student clubs offer countless opportunities for individual and group development and they represent the most visible and accessible avenue to student involvement on a college campus. Additionally, student clubs reflect the diverse interests and activities of GCC’s student body. Check out the list of clubs below. Club meetings are open to all GCC students; contact the club advisor listed if you have questions or what more information. If want to start a new club, here’s the Greenfield Community College New Club Paperwork
To plan and organize cultural, social and recreational activities to enhance the student experience. This group is open to all students interested in planning and implementing campus events.
Advisor: Mary McEntee
Meetings: Wednesdays from 12:30PM - 1:00PM in C216
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Club
The mission of this ACLU Club is to render local and regional support for the American Civil Liberties Union in order to conserve America’s original civic values – the Constitution and the Bill of Rights – and to defend the rights of every man, woman and child in this country.
Advisor: Holly Lovelace
The Art Club will be holding print making sessions.
Initial Meeting Sept. 18th in S113.
If you plan on attending any or all of the following printmaking sessions, please come to this first meeting to acquaint yourself with the press and it’s rules, as well as get some printmaking inspiration!
The Art Club is open to everyone in the GCC community and beyond, regardless of experience. Please join us!
Advisor: Jen Simms
Meetings: 9/18, 9/25, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/4 from 12PM -1PM in S113
The Business Club exists to provide networking opportunities, social events, and informative programming to increase members’ business skills and chances of success in personal entrepreneurship.
Advisor: Michelle Barthelemy
Meetings: Sept. 27 E132, Oct. 4 C307, Oct. 11 E132, Oct. 25 C307, Nov. 1 C307, Nov. 8 E132, Nov. 15 DC, Nov. 29 E132, Dec. 1 - Shark Tank, Dec. 6 E132, Dec. 13 E132 12PM - 12:45PM
To create a community of students that are interested in the work and mission of education in our society.
Advisor: Peggy Martalock
Engineering & Robotics Club
The Purpose of the Engineering and Robotics Club is to build a working autonomous robot and enter said robot into the Trinity college robotics challenge.
Advisor: Amy Ehmann
Future Nurses and Health Care Professionals of GCC
The purpose of this club is to help inform the community about important health concerns.
Advisor: Melanie Zamojski
GCC Pride Alliance
The Pride Alliance is dedicated to educating our peers and spreading awareness of the LGTBQA / GSRM community. We are committed to creating a safe environment where we can share open dialogue, with no reservations.
International Students Club
To sponsor social, educational, and cultural events in order for international students to meet each other as well as other GCC students. This group is open to all students.
Advisor: Lillian Ruiz
To create a permaculture garden on campus that engages the community through education, hands-on skills, food production, and cross-disciplinary and co-curricular projects. This group is open to all students.
Advisor: Anthony Reiber
Phi Theta Kappa
Serves as the international honor society for two-year colleges at GCC. Participation is by invitation only. For more information, see gcc.mass.edu/ptk.
Advisor: Trevor Kearns
The GCC Science Club is dedicated to promoting a passion for scientific education within GCC and the surrounding community.
Advisor: Nicole B. Hill
Social Justice Club
To build equity and understanding at Greenfield Community College. We will work to raise student awareness about relevant cultural issues. The Social Justice Club will provide students with a platform for change and action, through justice education, consciousness raising and activism. We will give students the tools to make lasting changes in their lives and communities.
Advisor: Linda McCarthy
Meetings: Mon. Sept. 25th, Oct. 2, Oct. 11 in East 115
To allocate the Activity Fee Budget, promote and support activities that enhance the life of the college community, and serve as the student voice on campus. This group is comprised of elected members and member-at-large; it is open to all members of the campus community. See the Student Senate page for more information.
Student Senate President: Andrew Dagarin
Student Trustee: Carrie L. Hale
Advisor: Mary McEntee
Meetings: Select Mondays at 12pm in C201
Vets and Allies
To provide a safe and supportive environment for student veterans and allies and to engage in community service.
Advisor: Chris Demars
Meetings: Oct. 16, Nov. 20, Dec. 18 @ 12:15PM in N215
Western Mass Students for Sexual & Reproductive Health
We are a Western Mass Chapter of the National Organization Nursing Students for Sexual and Reproductive Health (WMSSRH). WMSSRH mission is to organize and host educational speakers, seminars, hands on training related to social justice in healthcare, sexual and reproductive rights, LGBTQ health, abortion, contraception, and other related topics.
Advisor: Mary Phillips & Amanda Hyde