The MMC Core Council was established to increase collaboration amongst the major campus organizations, as well as to serve as a unified voice to better address issues and concerns of the general student body.
The MMC Core Council recognizes the need for coordination of activities of member organizations by establishing and administering the activities of the member organizations, assisting the college administration in attaining its engagement objectives, maintaining student involvement, advocacy and inter-council relations, acting as a catalyst for member organizations on matters of interest to both the college and member organizations and to encourage them to maintain involvement within the college community in its entirety at Marymount Manhattan College.
The MMC Core Council is represented by the following member organizations:
The Student Government Association (SGA) advocates for students’ rights and facilitates communication between administration, faculty, staff and the student body. It is also our goal to promote the qualities of justice, leadership, and integrity, to better the Marymount Manhattan College community and the community in which we live.
The mission of Campus Activities Board (CAB) is to enhance student life at Marymount Manhattan College by planning, promoting, and executing social, multicultural, recreational, and educational events for the general student body.
The Monitor is MMC’s student-run newspaper. It is published six times each semester, with the exception of January and Summer sessions. MMC’s The Monitor has a circulation of 1,000.
WMMC Griffin Radio is a bi-weekly podcast based radio station. The podcast will consist of three segments speaking about social and or political issues at hand.
The mission of the Griffin Yearbook is to preserve and provide memories of Marymount Manhattan College’s academic year. The MMC Yearbook staff captures major events from both the Fall and Spring semesters, all the way until Commencement.
Residence Hall Council members at 55th Street and Cooper Square represent their peers on a variety of matters pertaining to their residence hall community and campus life. A large responsibility of each council is programming. Students have the opportunity to create programs geared towards the needs of the constituents.