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 want more information. Don't see your kind of club? Start a new one!

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Activities Council

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.

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Advisor: Sara Allred Meetings: Mondays at 1:00pm in Student Life (C216)

Black Indigenous Person of Color (BIPOC) Club

The Black Indigenous People of Color BIPOC Club aims to build authentic and long lasting solidarity among Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) in order to undo invisibility, anti-Blackness, dismantle white supremacy and advance racial justice. Open to all students.

Advisor: Alyssa Arnell

Neurodiversity Club

The club provides support and opportunities for fun and connection for neurodivergent students, and seeks to help educate faculty, staff, and other students about the experiences, needs, and strengths of neurodivergent people. Discord link:

Advisor: Colleen Caffery Meetings: Wednesdays at 12:00pm in MacLeish Conf. Room (C307)

Permaculture Club

Discover the interconnectedness of Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share through permaculture principles. We're an inclusive club that supports individual passion projects, whether they focus on sustainable food systems, waste management, or art that engages with ecological themes. Bring your creativity and join us in making both our campus and the world a more sustainable place. Everyone is welcome!

IG: @GCCPermaculture

Advisor: Anthony Reiber Meetings: Thursdays at 12:00pm in S338 (and often outdoors)

Phi Theta Kappa

Serves as the international honor society for two-year colleges at GCC. Participation is by invitation only. For more information, see

Advisor: Trevor Kearns

Student Senate

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.

Advisor: Sara Allred Meetings: Every other Wednesday at 4:00pm in Student Activities (C216)

Table Top Club

Ready to venture into a world of limitless imagination? Join the GCC Table Top Games Club and unlock the thrilling universe of tabletop role-playing games.

Whether you're a seasoned dungeon crawler or a complete newbie, our club is your gateway to countless adventures. Connect with the campus’ community of like-minded gamers, embark on epic campaigns, and forge lasting friendships.

Advisor: Trevor Kearns

Veterans Collective

A place where Veterans, Military affiliated and civilian supporters can get together and collaborate on events.

Advisor: Neva Lopez Meetings: Wednesdays at 12:00pm in the Veterans Center (N215)

Some clubs that aren't currently active, but could be again...

  • Active Minds
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Club
  • American Sign Language (ASL) Club
  • Art Club
  • Chess Club
  • Education Club
  • Engineering Club
  • Entrepreneurship Club
  • Future Nurses and Health Care Professionals of GCC
  • GCC Newspaper Club "Prometheus Press"
  • GCC Video Game Club
  • History Club
  • Human Services Club
  • Ignite
  • International Students Club
  • Math Club
  • Modeling Club
  • Multicultural Club
  • Peace Club
  • Science Club
  • Social Justice Club
  • Students in Recovery and Allies (STIR-ALL)
  • Western Mass Students for Sexual & Reproductive Health
  • Write Escape

Club recognition involves the following steps:

  1. Identify and/or recruit at least five (5) interested students that are currently enrolled in at least one (1) academic credit at GCC
  2. Identify a faculty or staff advisor that can attend regular meetings/events
  3. Submit a club constitution; download a sample constitution to get started
  4. Read and acknowledge GCC's policy on hazing

New clubs will first be reviewed by the Coordinator of Student Activities & Community Service and then voted on by Student Senate. Club advisors and leaders are strongly encouraged to attend the Student Senate meeting when their new club request is being reviewed. Notification of club status will be emailed to the club advisor and leader(s) within one week following the Student Senate vote.