The purpose of this club is to engage students in the profession of accounting through association with NJCPA and speakers from local accounting firms.
Computer Science Club
This club will serve to enhance the knowledge of Computer Science majors and programming hobbyists; to build a fraternity of individuals interested in computer programming; to provide programming experience in a team environment to its members; and to create practical programs that will aid members of the larger community.
This organization is designed to provide information, resources and networking opportunities for students interested in education as a career. Members are given avenues of career exploration in educational administration and teaching as they discuss the future of education.
The Engineering was created to enhance and apply the engineering academic curriculum with a focus on, but not limited to, community service and career networking.
The purpose of the Entrepreneurial Club is to provide further appreciation and opportunities for OCC business and office education students to develop vocational and career supportive competencies. The club is committed to promoting civic and personal responsibilities throughout the entrepreneurial network in the local community.
FBLA Collegiate (formerly PBL)
The purpose of FBLA Collegiate is to advance the academic and professional knowledge of its members, sponsor social and professional activities, promote closer association with the business community and seek job opportunities for its members. All majors are encouraged to join.
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
The mission of HOSA is to empower future health professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.
This club provides a forum for students interested in the discussion and study of history.
This club provides awareness to the world of hospitality and offers its members engaging experiences through travel and organized tours.
Law Enforcement and Public Safety Club
This is an organization of those students pursuing studies and a career in law enforcement.
A club for those who whole interest in literature, whether it be from past or present. This club discusses the classics and contemporaries. Members range from English majors to book lovers and writers.
The purpose of this club is to further the appreciation of Mathematics and share interests and knowledge on related Math issues. Problem-solving sessions, puzzle/game workshops, videos, and presentations are provided for exploration of a variety of Math topics. Both faculty and student presentations explore academic and career opportunities.
This club has been organized to discuss current events from a philosophical and contemporary point of view and to arrive at conclusions, if possible. Movies, guest speakers, and interaction with other organizations are used in conjunction with presenting discussions.
The Psychology Club stimulates, encourages, and recognizes scholarship and interest in psychology.
This club shall strive to provide a valuable resource to students of OCC majoring in science or science-related fields via a system based on quality leadership and teamwork. I will provide opportunities for intellectual, recreational activities, and the development of a cultural community.
Social Work Club
The Social Work Club is organized to bring together students interested in the social work professions in a social and academic atmosphere, and is designed to aid their personal and professional development.
Student Nurses Organization (SNO)
This is an organization to which all nursing students belong. Prospective nursing students may also be involved by contacting the faculty Advisor. SNO brings information of national professional organizations to the students who are encouraged to become members of the National Student Nurse Association (NSNA) as a stepping stone to graduate professional organizations.
The following academic clubs are looking for student leadership. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to express interest!
- insite (Public Art)
- Paralegal Association
Campus Safety Officer Recruitment
We Want You!
The Department of Campus Safety and Security is looking for motivated individuals to join our team. You should be responsible, punctual, dependable, ethical, a team player and have good communications skills.
For more information, contact the Department of Campus Safety and Security at 732-255-0451.