Registered Student Organizations
Make friends. Get involved. Share your passion.
MMC has organizations for community, academics, performance, culture — or anything you can dream of.
Getting involved on campus is one of the best ways to make the most out of your college experience. By getting involved, you will meet other students who share similar interests to you who you may not have met otherwise, you will open yourself up to new ways of thinking and experiencing the world around you, and you will grow and develop in may ways that a classroom environment can’t provide.
To check out a complete list of active registered student organizations (RSOs) offered at Marymount, please visit the Groups page on MMC Engage here. You can also take a look at many of our RSOs below:
- Alpha Chi Honors Society (AX)
- America’s Least Wanted Improv Club
- Asian Pacific Islander Desi Association
- Bedford Hills College Program Club
- Black and Latinx Student Association (BLSA)
- Campus Activities Board (CAB)
- Dance Department Club of Representatives (Dance Reps)
- Dead Rabbits Society
- Her Campus Marymount Manhattan
- Investment Club
- Investment Management Society
- Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society (ΛΠΗ)
- Marymount Business Association (MBA)
- Marymount Chamber Singers
- Marymount Christian Fellowship
- Marymount Marvel
- Marymount Muscle
- Mickey Mouse Club
- MMC Neuroscience Club
- MMC’s The Monitor
- Mount Studios
- Musical Theatre Association (MTA)
- National Dance Education Organization (NDEO)
- Omicron Delta Kappa (OΔK)
- On A Side Note - A Cappella
- Play On
- Pre-Health Club
- PRISM: A Home for LGBTQIA+ Community
- Psychology Club
- Rehearsing Wellness Organization
- Science Society
- Social Sciences Assembly (SSA)
- Student Government Association (SGA)
- Sustain MMC
- The Throne
- Video Game Design Club
*RSO officers interested in editing the details on their organization’s page can submit the request through this form.
Starting a new organization is a relatively easy process but it does involve a few different steps in order to complete it successfully. The Student Development and Activities team works closely with interested students to determine the purpose and mission of their proposed new organization. Once ideas are formalized, we will walk you through the necessary paperwork to complete the New RSO Form. Formal proposals are then forwarded on to the Student Government Association where the full Senate will vote on the activation of your new group.
Follow the steps below to guide you through the founding process. If you have questions along the way, please be sure to reach out to the Assistant Director for Leadership & Involvement for assistance at email@example.com.
For more information about any registered student organizations (RSOs), please check out the forms and policies page or contact Madeline Kling Thees, Assistant Director for Leadership and Involvement.