Student Life

Live Your Best Campus Life

Clubs and Organizations

If you are interested in any club, watch for flyers announcing meeting dates and times, contact the advisor, or stop by the Student Life Office, G-117D, for more information.

Alpha Beta Gamma

An honors-based club for students in business affiliated programs. Advisor: Laurie Ryan, B-115, 716-614-6465.

Art Guild

This club provides interested students with greater opportunities for exposure and experience in the field of Visual Arts. Advisor: Barbara Buckman, F-132, 716-614-5963 and Ruby Merrit, F-153, 716-614-5960.

Black Student Union

A club where the African American Student can obtain assistance, guidance, and direction concerning their transition to college life.  Open to any student.  Advisors: Will Brinson, G-242A, 716-614-6258 and Angela Jackson, G-225, 716-614-5979.

Campus Activities Board

This student group is responsible for creating and coordinating campus special events, such as entertainment, social events, major speakers, etc.  Students gain “hands-on” experience in all aspects of event development.  Also responsible for creating and coordinating events for SHVC (Student Housing Village Corporation).  Students gain “hands-on” experience in all aspects of events. Advisor: Meghan Shields, G-117C, 716-614-6261.

Collegians for Christ

Meet new friends, pray, and grow in fellowship with one another. Advisor: Dave Brown, phone – 716-731-4845.

Cru at NCCC

The purpose of this chapter is to build movements of people who are transformed by Jesus Christ.  The student-led movements seek to introduce students to Christ, help them to grow in faith, encourage them to passionately live life in a manner consistent with belief in the God of the Bible and inspire commitment to advancing the purposes of God in the world. Advisor: Robert Tyrrell, C-285, 716-614-6410.

Digital Filmmakers Club

The NCCC Digital Filmmakers Club promotes collaboration among students who are interested in shooting, editing, writing, producing and performing for video productions.  The club sponsors an annual video festival, guest speakers, on-campus screenings and field trips.  Students are also able to gain hands-on experience as crew members for NCCC in-house productions. Adivsor: Bob Borgatti, F-141, 716-614-6793.

Dolce Valvo Art Center

Three exhibitions per semester; 2 student exhibitions (one each semester) and 4 regional artists. Advisor: Donald Topolski F-153, 716-614-5961.

Foreign Language Club

A club providing the opportunity to learn a variety of languages. Advisor: Bridget Beilein, E-237, 716-614-6717.

Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Club

Open to all students interested in physical activity and health.  A variety of activities such as bowling, team handball, hiking and community outreach will be offered. Advisor: John Strong, H-164, 716-614-6272.

Honors Club

Promote scholarship and academics by hosting academic activities as well as improving our own scholarship and academics on campus. Advisor: Pamela Lange, E-227, 716-614-6877.


This curriculum-based club provides students with “hands-on” experience in flower arrangement, working in a greenhouse environment, planting and cultivating various floras. Advisor: Carolyn Stanko, C-249, 716-614-6423.

Inspire Club

The Inspire Club seeks to cultivate a creative and diverse community with our fellow students at NCCC. Our organization will promote creativity and diversity within the NCCC community through events, guest speakers, and community service. We will create a safe environment within our club for all NCCC students to explore their own creativity, become more educated on diversity, and develop a sense of community through participation in community service and outreach. Advisor: Ted Mallwitz, G-223, 716-614-5977.

NFCI Student Club

If you are interested in Culinary Arts, you are encouraged to participate. Advisor: Sabrina Faso, 716-990-2253 & Nathan Koscielski, 716-417-4468.


To build leaders who make a better world. Advisor: Heather Trumble, G-243B, 716-614-6218 and Julia Pitman, A-147, 716-614-6241.

Phi Theta Kappa

he only International Honor Society for two-year Colleges encompassing all curriculum.  Students are selected for membership based on GPA and cumulative hours.  Advisor: Paul Ratka, E-126, 716-614-6758, Corey Wright, A-164, 716-614-6897; James Murphy, E-256, 716-614-6725; Denise Prohaska, C-155, 716-614-4017 and Madison Ebsary, D-201B, 716-614-6453.

Physical Therapist Assistant

A curriculum-based club provides students interested in the field of physical therapy the opportunity to gain valuable insight into this profession.  Advisors: Sue Wehling, C-284, 716-614-5912 and Debbie Wyzykiewicz, C-284, 716-614-5912.

Practical Business Club

This club is open to all and promotes student entrepreneurship. Advisor: Laurie Ryan, B-115, 716-614-6465.

Pride Alliance

Provides informal peer group support to discuss concerns of sexual minorities. Advisor: Jesse Goldberg, D-102N, 716-614-6741 and Laurie Johnston-Stickney, E-130, 716-614-6750.

Rotaract Club

Advisor: Marissa Pytlak – Surdyke, B-124, 716-614-6742.

Scholars of Tomorrow

A club that brings together Liberty high school students, their parents and NCCC students in an effort to continue fulfilling the Liberty Partnerships Program categories. Advisor: Jamie Reid, G-240, 716-614-6891 and Andrea Modeste, G-239, 716-614-6892.

The Spirit

The College newspaper gives students an opportunity to experience the world of journalism – Interviewing, writing articles, business, graphic design, layout and web publishing in addition to print are some of the vital experiences that can be attained through working on the Spirit. Advisor: Randy Rumley, E-245, 716-614-6726.

Student Ambassadors

Students provide assistance to other students, organizations, and other campus activities. Advisor: Heather Trumble, G-243B, 716-614-6218.

Student Nurses Association

This curriculum based club offers support system for all nursing students. They sponsor community services and fund raisers. Advisor:  Brianne Lawton, C-174, 716-614-5947 and Donna Sandretto, C-169, 716-614-5944.

Student Government Association

This organization promotes the general welfare of the student body and contributes to the campus community while allowing students to participate in an opportunity for involvement in a collegiate government process. Advisor: Heather Trumble, G-243B, 716-614-6218.

Teacher Education Club

A curriculum based club which explores different education programs through exchange of ideas, speakers, and travels to local colleges. Advisor: Michele Hamilton, E-227, 716-614-6708.

Theatre Arts

Auditions are at the beginning of every semester, and are open to ALL students. Allows students to gain acting experience and become involved with other aspects of the theater. Advisor: Katie LoConti, F-106, 716-614-6881 and Primo Thomas, F-200, 716-614-5958.

Tutoring Association

This club serves as support for NCCC tutors. Advisor: Madison Ebsary, D-201B, 716-614-6453.


A unique mixture of gaming and anime culture.  Come join us and dive into the world of gaming play and anime!  Make new friends through fun competitions.  Then unwind with a viewing of an anime.  Open to all students. Advisors:  Molly Cole, G-243A, 716-614-6263 and Danielle Tomczak, G-126, 716-614-5986.  

Veterans Association

The veterans club is open to all students and host events such as the Veterans Day Ceremony, overseas care packages, and fundraising to upgrade our Veterans Memorial Park (located near the main entrance of the campus). Advisor: Joseph Potalivo, B-103, 716-614-6283.


New and old players come together and learn strategies and sportsmanship and teach new people how to play. Advisor: Daniel Perlino, E-245, 716-560-0367.

Zoo Crew

This is curriculum based club which does fundraising for animal organizations. field trips to various zoos and other animal facilities are offered. Open to all students. Advisor: Aaron Cobaugh, C-251, 716-614-6424.


Student Life
Phone: 716-614-6255
Fax: 716-614-6825
Location: G-243
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00am – 4:00pm