HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)
This purpose of this club is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness, and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.
C.H.A.O.S. Collegiate Honors: (Achievement, Opportunity, Service)
This club is a social, philanthropic, and academic support organization comprised of students in the Honors Program as well students having completed 12 credits toward graduation and maintaining a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0.
This club furthers students’ interest and knowledge in contemporary/historical and technical approaches in the creative ceramic arts.
Criminal Justice Association (Lambda Alpha Epsilon)
This is an organization of those students pursuing studies and a career in law enforcement.
The purpose of Debate League is to provide a safe and competitive atmosphere where ideas are shared and respected. Debate League participates in both informal discussions and formal competitions
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.
Entrepreneurship Club (Kean/Ocean)
The Entrepreneurship Club seeks to cultivate the entrepreneurial spirit for both our KEAN and OCC students! As of spring 2018 this is our fourth semester participating and hosting an Entrepreneurial themed event for both KEAN and OCC Business students.
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.
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.
Paralegal Association (LEX)
This organization is designed to provide information, resources, and networking opportunities for students interested in Paralegal Studies. The club also sponsors the local chapter of LEX, the National Honor Society for paralegal studies.
Phi Beta Lambda (Business Club- PBL)
The purpose of Phi Bet Lambda 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.
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 National Honor Society in Psychology for community and junior colleges. The purpose of this chapter is to stimulate, encourage, and recognize 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.
SLAP (Students Learning About Politics)
The purpose of this club is to expose students to various political philosophies and to enable students to meet with political candidates.
This club promotes an avenue where cultural, educational, and sociological concepts in Sociology can be informally discussed with peers and faculty. It is through this venue that the club will actively participate in campus activities and community outreach projects that connect to social problems addressed in the field of Sociology.
J-NODE: The Computer Programmers Club
The club will serve to enhance the knowledge of Computer Science majors and programming hobbyists, to build a fraternity of individuals interested in computer programing; to provide programming experience in a team environment to its members and to create practical programs that will aid members of the larger community.
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 Future Addiction Counselors of America (F.A.C.O.A)
The purpose of this organization(F.A.C.O.A) is to raise public awareness and education for the disease which is addiction, offer community networking and resources, and work as an intercollegiate collaborative.
Insite (Art Apppreciation Club)
The purpose of insite is to create and make public works of art for the OCC community, to promote, create dialogue and understanding of public art projects.