Student Clubs and Organizations

 

 

Able Forces - To unite all students for educational and voluntary activities to establish and maintain active members throughout John Jay College of Criminal Justice. To foster improvement of the educational and vocational status of disable people with special emphasis on teaching said disable individuals and they can do anything they set their mind to do. To assist said disable individu
al through broadening their educational objectives by encouragement, dissemination of information and financial assistance; and to promote the beneficial use of acquired education and /or training to the best of the John Jay Community. To learn more, you can email them at http://AbleForcesClub@jjay.cuny.edu or visit their homepage at http://ableforcesclub.webs.com/

African Students Association
Promoting awareness of the rich African culture with activities including talks and cultural events is the purpose of the ASA.

To learn more, you can email them at: AfricanStudentAssociation@jjay.cuny.edu 

Albanian Student Association
Improving life on campus through service, example, attitude and a love of Albanian culture is this club’s goal.

To learn more, you can email them at: AlbanianStudentsAssociation@jjay.cuny.edu

Armed Forces Society Club
This club fosters the attendance at John Jay of past, current and future Armed Forces personnel at the College and seeks to improve the image of the Armed Forces here by promoting military culture and providing role models.

To learn more, you can email them at: ArmedForcesSocietyClub@jjay.cuny.edu

Caribbean Students Association
Activities held on campus by the CSA such as workshops, parties and Caribbean Day are intended to make John Jay’s Caribbean student population feel welcome and remind them of home.

To learn more, you can email them at: CaribbeanStudentsAssociation@jjay.cuny.edu

Debate Team
Members of this club learn and practice efficient and persuasive public speaking in competitive tournaments with other colleges.

To learn more, you can email them at: JohnJayDebateSociety@jjay.cuny.edu

Desi Club
The goal of this club is to teach the John Jay community about Desis at the College, as well as teaching Desis about their original cultural identities.

To learn more, you can email them at: DesiClub@jjay.cuny.edu

Dominican Student Association
The purpose of the Dominican Student Association is to promote Dominican culture on campus and in the community.  Students that are highly motivated to learn and understand this culture, including those who are not of Dominican descent, are invited to join.

To learn more, you can email them at: DominicanStudentsAssociation@jjay.cuny.edu

Haitian Students Association
Introducing the John Jay community to the culture, foods and traditions of Haiti, while promoting respect and understanding of the country’s culture, is the goal of this club.

To learn more, you can email them at: HaitianStudentsAssociation@jjay.cuny.edu

International Criminal Justice
The International Criminal Justice Club (I.C.J.) is committed to fostering a challenging and intellectually stimulating environment that provides a broad range of interactive, academic and field experiences. Arguably, housing one of the most diverse populations in CUNY, I.C.J. continues to cater to members of its major and attract scholars of other concentrations.

To learn more, you can email them at: ICJ@jjay.cuny.edu

International Emergency Managers Student Association
Bringing together students who share an interest in disaster and emergency management is the purpose of this club. In addition to activities planned at twice-monthly meetings, the IEMSA also hosts presentations by professionals in the field.

To learn more, you can email them at: IEMSA@jjay.cuny.edu

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
This club provides opportunities for like-minded students to come together for liturgy and prayer; service-oriented projects; growth and knowledge in the area of faith; and social activities.

To learn more, you can email them at: IntervarsityChristianFellowship@jjay.cuny.edu

Jamaican Students Association
The purpose of the JSA is to increase awareness within the John Jay community of the history, culture and traditions of Jamaica.

To learn more, you can email them at: JamaicanStudentsAssociation@jjay.cuny.edu

John Jay Radio
This club teaches members techniques and principles of American broadcasting.

To learn more, you can email them at: JohnJayRadioStation@jjay.cuny.edu

Law Society
The intellectual exchange of views concerning current legal and public policy interests is the goal of this club. 

To learn more, you can email them at: JohnJayLawSociety@jjay.cuny.edu

Make-A-Difference
A community service club, Make-A-Difference focuses on connecting the John Jay Community with New York City.

To learn more, you can email them at: Make-A-DifferenceClub@jjay.cuny.edu

Martial Arts Club
Introducing the martial arts to members of the John Jay community is the goal of this club.

To learn more, you can email them at: MartialArtsClub@jjay.cuny.edu

Muslim Student Association
Fostering understanding between students of the Islamic faith and the rest of the College’s student body, conveying a sense of presence on campus, and tending to the academic interests of non-Muslim students in the hopes of increasing awareness of Islam are this club’s goals.

To learn more, you can email them at: Muslim StudentsAssociation@jjay.cuny.edu

Student Technology Club
The purpose of this club is to give members immediate and direct experience with technology so that they may build a resume before they leave John Jay.

To learn more, you can email them at: StudentTechnologyClub@jjay.cuny.edu

Urban Culture Commission
This club’s purpose is to promote a better understanding of the diverse cultures that exist within John Jay and helping students, particularly freshmen,  adapt to college life by providing events that encouragement their involvement.

To learn more, you can email them at: UrbanCultureCommission@jjay.cuny.edu

Important Club Information
Eligibility criteria for clubs and their governance are set forth in Section 9 of the Charter of the Student Government