Student Organizations are a great way to make connections on campus and build life long friendships. Organizations are student run and based off of student interest relying on student involvement. With a variety of organizations ranging from academic focused to interest driven, students have the option to become part of a group that is meaningful to them. Take a look at our current organizations below or look into creating a new student organization. Not sure where to start? Fill out our Student Organization Interest Form and someone from Student Life will contact you.
Active Student Organizations
A student activity period is scheduled from 12 – 2 p.m. on Tuesday of each week to provide time for students, faculty, and staff to participate in student organizations of special interest.
The Alliance Club seeks to support the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community at NHTI through education, activism, and the promotion of acceptance of all individuals regardless of sexual orientation. All NHTI community members (Allies & LGBTQ) are welcome to join. “We all fit in here”. Meetings are Tuesdays, 1 – 1:50 pm in SC 234 Contact Susan Krenzien at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4206
Alternative Spring Break Club
The Alternative Spring Break Club performs community service during their substance free, Alternative Spring Break. The club does fundraising and hosts service projects throughout the year. The group has traveled to Georgia, Vermont, Mississippi, California, and Texas to perform various services. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1pm in SC 235 For more information please contact Shane Chandler at email@example.com 271-6484 x4198.
Architectural Engineering Technology Club
The AET club was formed to provide AET students with a platform to form a community. It offers students learning and social experience outside the classroom. Students plan architectural trips, invite guest speakers and consistently seek ways to contribute to the community. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1pm in Little 204. Anyone interested in this club should contact Veronica Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4324
Black Student Union
The Black Student Union was formed to promote peace, attempt to establish an understanding of the black culture and extend open arms to all students, faculty and staff of all ethnic backgrounds. Overall, we the members of the Black Student Union will always attempt to encourage the dreams, goals and missions of the organization to the best of our ability. Meetings are Tuesdays, 1 – 2pm (location TBD). For more information please contact Luis Rosa at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4158 or Laura Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4239
Campus Activities Board
The Campus Activities Board is a diverse group of students that provide a variety of social, educational, and cultural programs and events for the NHTI campus and community. It’s a great way to meet new people and develop new skills. Meetings are Tuesdays, 1-1:50pm in SC 235. For more information please contact Kaitlin Moody at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4392 or Eric Benn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4380
Central Ray Society
The purpose of the Central Ray Society is to promote the profession of Radiologic Technology as well as educate fellow NHTI students and the surrounding community about Radiologic Technology and Radiation Safety. As part of our mission we will also be giving back to the community throughout the state of New Hampshire by doing various types of volunteer work. The society will also provide resource services, enrichment services and professional growth services in an effort to prepare our students for entering the professional work force. Meetings Tuesdays at 12pm in MacRury 112 A To learn more about the club contact Patty Lenza at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4235 or Lisa Nicol at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4226
Christian Student Organization
The goal of the Christian Student Organization’s is to serve the college and community. Through this process, we will be forming new friendships, and offering support and encouragement to our fellow students. All are welcome and invited to join us. For more information please contact Michael Kenney at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 x4254.
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminal Justice Club is for those in or have been in the NHTI Criminal Justice program. The CJ club conducts many fund raising programs and is always looking for new ways to contribute to the community. It provides its members with the opportunity to network and work with others who are employed by or work with CJ organizations. Meetings are Tuesdays, 1– 2pm in Sweeney 219. If you are interested, please Contact Mike Raymond at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4284
Cultural Exchange Club
The Cultural Exchange Club is a diverse group of people with the goal of understanding and appreciating other’s diverse cultural values and traditions. The Cultural Exchange Club also promotes the value of students and faculty of diverse ethnic backgrounds and shares cultural traditions though events and activities. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 2pm in Library 134. For more information about The Cultural Exchange Club please feel free to contact Rosie Hughes-Smith email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4110
Environmental Action Club
The Environmental Action Club is a student club whose goal is to promote awareness about our impact on the environment and to educate our fellow students and the community about how they can help contribute to a cleaner environment. By organizing Green Initiatives, increasing awareness of our environmental impact and creating a Green Culture on campus, we help to ensure a healthier Earth for ourselves and future generations. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12:30-1:30pm in Farnum 109 Contact Tracey Lesser at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4423
The Eye is a student journal that is published annually in April and throughout the year online. It celebrates student voices by publishing students’ writing and art and sponsors other related activities (e.g., a Campus Reads series, spoken word events, author readings, trips, workshops). Students on the editorial board decide what shall be published. All NHTI students are invited to submit texts and art for consideration. To find out about joining The Eye or to submit work electronically, please follow this link: http://nhteye.com or email email@example.com. Meetings are Tuesdays, 1-1:50 p.m., in S318. For more information, please contact Paula DelBonis-Platt at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4151.
The Gamers club seeks to be the hub for all things gaming at NHTI, from competitive to casual. All events and meetings are open to all NHTI students. Meetings are Tuesdays 12:30pm to 1:50pm in Farnum 102. For more information please contact Andrew Schwab at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4412
Islamic Cultural Club
The Islamic Cultural club is made up of a diverse group of students from around the world. It hosts religious, social and cultural events observed by Muslims from around the world as well as events to spread awareness of Islam. It also provides an opportunity for students to meet with each other and share their culture with each other. The club membership is not limited to Muslim students; all students are welcome. Meetings are Tuesdays from 1 – 2pm in Grappone 325. Contact Saleem Yusuf at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4344.
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers is 125 years old and claims to be the largest technical society in the world. IEEE Brings members access to the industry’s most essential technical information, networking opportunities, career development tools, and many other exclusive benefits. Meetings are 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 12:30 – 2pm in Little 224. To learn more contact Bill French at email@example.com or (603) 271- 6484 ext. 4175
Students interested in design, experimentation and creation from any walk of life are invited to join the Makers Club. Hosted in the Digital Design and Fabrication lab students will have an excellent chance to work with modern rapid prototyping machines and a brand new workshop to develop projects on a variety of scales. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1:50pm in Little 128 Contact Dennis Tappin at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4359
The NHTI Math Team is an organization for anyone interested in the intriguing and beautiful world of mathematics. The overall goal of the club is to explore areas of mathematics not normally covered in standard curriculum, such as number theory, graph theory, etc. During the course of the year, the student members compete in two nationwide competitions with the opportunity to win scholarships. Meetings are Tuesdays, 1-2pm in Little 113. Contact Dan Shagena at email@example.com or (603) 271- 6484 ext. 4307
National Education Association Student Association at NHTI (NEA)NEA is a pre-professional group for all NHTI students intending to become certified teachers. Membership includes opportunities for career networking with students and faculty members from other colleges in NH and across the United States. National affiliation includes monthly publications and liability insurance coverage. Share teaching tips, transfer plans and latest issues in education. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1pm in Grappone 323. Contact Cynthia Lucero at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4246
NH Junior Dental Assistants Association (NHJDAA)Interested in the Dental field? Are you in the Dental Assisting major? Come meet members of the Dental field. Students participate in community service activities and attend a regional dental conference. Meetings are once a month in MacRury 123 Contact Lisa Scott at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4123 or Kelly O’Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4255
The purpose of the OrthoBlast Society is to promote the Orthopaedic Technology profession, as well as educate fellow NHTI students and our community about Orthopaedics. The club’s mission is to promote professional advancement, encourage community involvement and support and develop leadership. It will also provide enrichment services and professional growth in an effort to prepare our students for entering the professional work force. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1pm in MacRury 116. For more information please contact Susan Turcotte at email@example.com at (603) 271-6484 ext. 4329 or Naomi Simard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for students attending two year colleges. Alpha Upsilon Omicron is NHTI’s campus Chapter which seeks to recognize and encourage scholarship among students, develop opportunities for leadership, fellowship, and service, as well as provide an intellectual climate for continued academic excellence. Membership is limited to students who have met the following minimums: 12 credit hours of study and an overall GPA of 3.5. Meetings are Alternate Tuesdays & Wednesdays. See PTK Office for meeting schedule – Student Center 231 For questions regarding membership and other information please contact Trish Dionne at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4425, Deb Remillard at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4285
Running ClubThe purpose of the Running Club is to give NHTI students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni an opportunity to run together and interact with other runners. The club runs together throughout the year and selects several local road races to run in, either individually or as a team. The overall goal of the club is to promote running and physical fitness at NHTI. Meeting times vary but are usually Tuesdays at 4pm in the fall and Tuesdays at noon in the spring. Please contact Perry Seagroves at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4303
Social Science ClubOne of the main goals of the club is to encourage understanding of social conditions and change in the local area as well as building strong relationships in the community and campus wide. It is open to anyone interested in sociology, psychology, history, economics, ethics, political science or related fields. We welcome all students regardless of major, to enjoy speakers, debate hot topics, discuss local points of interest and share ideas with us. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1pm in Sweeney 212. Contact Jeanne Duford at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4162
Sports Management ClubIf you are interested in sporting events, you will want to become a member of an exciting and dynamic group of students working on a wide variety of interesting projects. The practical experience of organizing many different types of activities, visiting sites like NHMS, ESPN, and the Worcester Centrum are but a few of many opportunities that our group enjoys throughout the calendar year. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1pm in Sweeney 211. Contact Paul Hogan at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4209 for more information.
Stage LYNX Productions (Drama Club)The NHTI Stage Lynx club is one of the oldest clubs on campus going back over three decades. One of the unique aspects of our work is the combination of students, faculty and staff all working together both onstage and off to present two or three major productions a year. Past shows have included Almost Maine, Crimes of the Heart and Deathtrap among others. Meetings are Tuesdays, 1- 1:50pm in Grappone 301. If interested in any aspect of drama from writing to performance, contact Jewel Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4150
Student American Dental Hygienists Association (SADHA)SADHA provides an opportunity to keep up to date with current dental hygiene technology and practices. Meeting times vary in MacRury 123 Contact Billie Lunt at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4343 or Rachel Leo-Flagg at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4236.
Student Early Childhood Association (SECA)Would you enjoy doing community service, planning a social event, or attending a professional conference related to children and families? Then join SECA. You gain more knowledge and ability by attending meetings and taking an active role in the Early Childhood Association. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 –2pm in Sweeney 208. Contact Shaunna Babcock at email@example.com or Diana Menard at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603)271-6484 ext. 4281.
Student Nurses Association (SNA)A pre-professional group for student nurses with state and national affiliations. The SNA organizes, represents and mentors students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses. It promotes development of the skills that students will need as responsible and accountable members of the nursing profession. Students have the opportunity to meet other nursing students, share ideas, and keep up to date on the latest technology and practices. Students enrolled in the nursing program and pre-nursing students (identified by the school) who are not yet in the nursing major are eligible for membership. Meetings vary and are in Grappone 106. Contact Susan Kenna at email@example.com or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4219.
Student SenateThe Student Senate is one of the campus’ most fun, challenging, active and rewarding organizations. It is responsible for approving many budgets on campus and playing an integral role in the development of student leaders, developing a positive learning experience on campus, and building a community within NHTI. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1pm in Student Center 225. Contact Sarah Hebert at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6484 ext. 4201, or the Student Senate Office at (603) 271-6484 ext. 4190.
The mission of the Student Veterans Club is to increase awareness and understanding of Veterans’ issues on campus and facilitate the successful transition from “combat to classroom.” Focus is to provide military veterans, their families and civilian supporters, a welcoming atmosphere and a social environment to provide the veteran the resources necessary for success in his/her academic endeavors. Meetings are Tuesdays, 12 – 1:45pm in Sweeney 210. For more information, contact Student Life at email@example.com.
Inactive Student Organizations
These Student Organizations are inactive at this point but have been formally approved. Students interested in re-activating these student organizations should speak to Kaitlin Moody at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Sarah Hebert at email@example.com.
- Human Service Club
- Mindfulness, Awareness, Communication, Knowledge and Kindness (MACKK)
- Outing Club
- Poetry Club
- Paralegal Association
- Paramedic Student Organization (PSO)
- Robotics Club
- Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
- Sustainable Energy Ventures (SEV)
- Travel Society
Each student organization must have a faculty/staff advisor. If students wish to nominate a faculty/staff member to serve as advisor, the nomination must be made to the Vice President of Student Affairs before consulting the faculty/staff member. The approval of the Vice President is necessary to equally distribute responsibilities. This will ensure that no faculty/staff member is asked to assume an undue load.
- Two or more students are necessary to form a new student group or activity. The actual number depends on the type of activity being planned by the group.
- Philosophy and intent of the organization and its recommended advisor are to be discussed with the Office of Student Life.
- Final approval on the appointment of an advisor is given by the Vice President of Student Affairs.
- A letter of intent and the name of an approved advisor should then be submitted to the Student Senate for recognition as an approved organization or group at NHTI.
- The organization will not be required to have an approved constitution at the time of its first request for funds from Student Senate. However, before a second request for funds is approved, a constitution must be submitted to, and approved by, the NHTI Student Senate.
Student Organizations are a great way to make connections on campus and build life long friendships. Organizations are student run, based on student interest, and rely on student involvement. With a variety of organizations to choose from students have the option of becoming part of a group that is meaningful to them.
If you are interested in joining a student organization at NHTI please complete the form below. All student organizations are free and open for participation by any current NHTI Student. Please fill in the form as completely as possible.
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