If you are an officer of a club, info on club room rules can be found below.
If you're looking to join a club, a list of clubs can be found below as well.
General info about budget allocations for the fall 2020 semester are down there too!
Club Room Rules
Club Hours –7am-12am (Holidays 7am-10pm)
These are the hours that clubs are allowed to occupy the space.
AT ALL TIMES:
Have hours of availability on the door
Have the doors open during the hours of availability.
Have a sheet with semester events posted on your door.
Failure to do so will result in a strike. 3 strikes lead to having clubroom use suspended or revoked.
If a club is asked to vacate a room by Public Safety or other administration, they should follow orders and follow up with Teneia Wooten and/or Miesha Smith.
Trash and debris should be discarded daily and placed outside the room in a sealed garbage bag.
Bedding, sheets, blankets etc. are prohibited - All convertible sofas must be in an upright position at all times.
All electrical appliances must be removed (e.g. hotplates, griddles, etc.) the only approved appliances are a coffee maker, tea kettle, microwave, and/or refrigerator.
Alcohol and drugs are prohibited. If prohibited items are not removed from the club space and/or your room is not cleaned, room access will be suspended for all clubs occupying the space.
If you wish to discard furniture or large objects, please submit a work request.
If you are discarding or transferring tagged items, you must complete a Property Control form. The form must be signed by Teneia Wooten or Miesha Smith.
If you are disposing of a computer you must e-mail Teneia Wooten at with the HUN Tag# description, manufacturer and model as well as availability for ICIT to pick up the computer. The form must be also signed by an ICIT representative.
If you have broken door, floor tiles, encounter rodents/ rodent droppings, etc., please submit a work request.
If you cannot access your club room with swipe access, please e-mail Latysha Mckenzie immediately and go to Public Safety to open the door until the door is fixed. Public Safety will only open the door for you if you are an authorized card/key holder.
To maintain security of your room and your room access privileges:
Make sure the door is secure when you leave.
Do not tamper with doors.
Refrain from sharing keys/cards with others.
Please report lost or stolen keys/cards immediately to
Club Storage Room
TH320 - club storage room available for all clubs.
In order to access it, you must go to USG and have either office staff or an E-Board member accompany you to and from the clubroom.
You will receive a ticket to identify your belongings (your belongings will have a matching ticket) and you are responsible for keeping it safe.
To pick up your belongings, you must go to USG with your ticket and have office staff or an E-Board member accompany you to the club storage room.
** Make sure to review these policies before the Club Walkthroughs, and keep a hard-copy in your club room for all members to follow. ** If there are any questions or concerns, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
List of Chartered Clubs
American Medical Student Association
Association of Business Students
Chess Club of Hunter College
Eta Sigma Phi Club
Graduate Urban Affairs and Planning Association
Italian Club of Hunter College
MA Organization for art History (MASO)
Medical Laboratory Science Club
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students
National Student Nurses' Association
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
Open Source Club
Out in STEM
Pre-Dental Society of Hunter College
Pre-Health Organization at Hunter College
Theta Beta English Honors Society
Artemis Hellenic Club
Black Student Union
Caribbean Student Union
Chinese Students & Scholars Association at Hunter
Francophone Culture and Language Club
Haitian Students Association
Japanese Club of Hunter College
Pilipinos of Hunter
Taiwanese Student Association
Vietnamese Student Association
Epsilon Sigma Phi
Kappa Sigma- Sigma Epsilon
Nu Phi Delta Multicultural Fraternity
Theta Phi Gamma
Zeta Phi Alpha
Be the Match
Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation at Hunter College
Healthcare Literacy Initiative
Music is Medicine
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Peer Health Exchange
Society of Bioethics and Medicine
National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA)
++ many more, for a full list of clubs, as well as more information on the clubs, click here.
Budget Allocations for Fall 2020
Due to events being in a virtual setting, all clubs will receive a budget of $500. In the coming weeks, you will receive an email from USG and our Finance Commissioner about exactly when you can start using your funds.
You can begin brainstorming how you would like to use them. You will not be penalized for not spending everything.
Additional funds can be requested by an appeal process; email the Finance Commissioner at email@example.com about it if you would like to be considered.
Notes: Zoom accounts will be provided by CUNY, please hold on allocating money for that.