Bloomfield College currently has more than 30 student clubs and organizations, including fraternities and sororities, for you to get involved in! Bloomfield College Student Clubs and Organizations provide a wide array of programming and activities for members of the Bloomfield College Community. These activities include movie nights, weekend trips, dances, fashion and talent shows, cultural entertainment and education, and much more!
Under the auspices of the Bloomfield College Student Government, Student Clubs and Organizations are one of the best ways to get involved on campus. Joining a club or organization gives you the opportunity to get involved in campus life, meet new people and make new friends, develop leadership skills, and find opportunities to enhance your total college experience. Student Clubs and Organizations at Bloomfield College have a variety of focuses: cultural, social, community service, leadership, professional skills, and Greek Fraternities and Sororities. No matter where your interests lay, Bloomfield College has a club or organization for you!
Currently Active Student Clubs & Organizations (Details):
African Student Association
The African Student Association, A.S.A., establishes and maintains academic, cultural and social lines of communication with the college and other organizations. ASA cooperates and consults with all African students, staff and faculty on matters that affect members and the BC community.
A.L.A.S. - Association of Latin American Students
The mission of A.L.A.S. is to provide an awareness and understanding of the Latin American culture, history, and tradition to Latin students within Bloomfield College and the community at large.
BC AESNJ - Bloomfield College Association of EOF Students of New Jersey
The purpose of the BC AESNJ is to develop strategies and programs that will advocate for an educate about ways to strengthen the social, political, economic, intellectual, and spiritual values.
The purpose of the BC Impact is to preach the good news about the life, death, resurrection and second coming of Jesus Christ as commanded in the Bible in Luke 24:46-48. The organization aims to witness to communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord. BC Christian Fellowship strives to grow in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture and God’s purpose in the world.
B.C.S.G. - Bloomfield College Student Government
Bloomfield College Student Government strives to pro-actively participate in the facilitation of communication and cooperation among all constituents of the College Community and to expand the College’s mission of preparing students to attain academic, personal, and professional excellence in a multicultural and global society.
B.I.O - Beauty Inside & Out
The general purpose of the B.I.O. (Beauty Inside & Out) Campaign is to redefine beauty. The goals that the B.I.O Campaign tends to pursue with members of the groups are to uplift the self-esteem of young males and females who feel slighted by society’s definition of beauty and feel that instead, beauty comes from the inside, not out. The B.I.O. (Beauty Inside & Out) Campaign aims to teach members ways to carry themselves and that by doing so they will not only feel better about themselves but also have better opportunities.
The purpose of Bloomfield College-N-Control is to educate the Bloomfield College Community about various health related topics, diseases and disorders that affect people within our community on a day to day basis. The goal is to familiarize college students with symptoms, treatments, and possible prevention of various health related topics, diseases and disorders. Designing this organization will permit the entire college community to gain a sense of health awareness.
The purpose of Bloombox TV is to inform the student body about campus events, activities, sports, etc. through video media.
B.S.U. - Black Student Union
The mission of B.S.U. is to enlighten and encourage the Bloomfield College campus on the ethics of positive encouragement, outreach, community development, and cultural attributes of blacks and people of African descent.
The purpose of CARIBSO is to create unity, exhibit diversity through the display of the numerous cultures on campus.
The purpose of the Bloomfield College Cheerleading Club is to uplift school spirit by gathering Bloomfield College students together and encouraging the community to interact with the college's athletes while the club cheers them on at various events. Cheerleading club strives to help the Bloomfield College community build their confidence within themselves, raise their self-esteem and enthusiasm.
First Ladies of Bloomfield College
The First Ladies of Bloomfield College are dedicated to academic advancement and future success. The organization’s mission is to uplift, educate, and motivate female adolescents and young woman in the surrounding communities. Through personal life experiences, social morals and values, mentoring, integration of beneficial activities and entertainment, and proper standards of conduct, The First Ladies strive to inspire and compel young ladies to excel in every environment, including their homes and their future occupations; in hope that they may be mentors to others who need guidance.
The Executive Board of the Freshman Class is made of BC Freshman students who have been elected by their peers to serve and represent the class. Members of this organization represent the Freshman Class to the Bloomfield College Student Government, and plan and organize programs, events, and activities for the Freshman Class.
Game Development Club
The mission of Game Development Club is to provide an organized group for individuals to meet fellow students interested in game development, as well as to promote game design, technology, provide instruction, and to gather members together in a social setting.
Bloomfield College Greek Council is the governing body for all Greek Fraternities and Sororities. The BC Greek Council develops and maintains Greek Life and inter-Greek unity promoting a sense of community and inter-fraternalism among Greek organizations. Greek Council strives to set forth a positive image of all represented greek/fraternal organizations, provide programs representative of the fundamental interests and concerns of all represented greek/fraternal organizations and to encourage all represented greek/fraternal organizations to uphold high educational and professional standards.
Green Hearts Environmental Movement Club
Green Hearts Environmental Movement is a student organization that provides opportunities for members to participate in activities which may help them realize their potential interests as they relate to environmental issues, science, social responsibility, and life.
Haitian Student Association
The purpose of the Bloomfield College Haitian Student Association, H.S.A., is to strive at unifying Haitian-American students with the Bloomfield College Community. It intends to give students who are not of Haitian decent a better perspective of the Haitian culture, and will also provide Haitian students with the academic and emotional support they need to succeed in life.
The Executive Board of the Junior Class is made of BC Junior students who have been elected by their peers to serve and represent the class. Members of this organization represent the Junior Class to the Bloomfield College Student Government, and plan and organize programs, events, and activities for the Junior Class.
M.E.N. - Male Empowerment Network
The purpose of the Male Empowerment Network is to create a positive trust worthily bond between males on and off campus; while enhancing their leadership, interpersonal, communication and professional skills for future references. M.E.N. will focus on bringing out the leader in each of its members though various workshops, programs, social events, retreats, community services, etc. This organization is a support group that will build the self esteem of its members, and any persons they come in contact with to help them achieve their goals.
National Association of Black Accountants
Bloomfield College National Association of Black Accountants, N.A.B.A., unites members of accounting and business majors who have similar interests and ideals, are committed to professional and civic responsibility, are concerned with enhancing responsibility, and are concerned with enhancing opportunities for minorities in the accounting and/or business professional.
National Society of Leadership & Success
The National Society of Leadership & Success assists college students in creating the lives they desire, by helping students discover what they truly want to do, by giving them the support and tools to achieve their goals, in order to build leaders who make a better world.
Senator Commuter Students
The Commuter Students Senator is elected by BC commuter students to represent the needs of the BC commuter student population at Bloomfield College Student Government and Campus Community.
Senator Resident Students
The Resident Students Senator is elected by BC resident students to represent the needs of the BC resident student population at Bloomfield College Student Government and Campus Community.
The Executive Board of the Senior Class is made of BC Senior students who have been elected by their peers to serve and represent the class. Members of this organization represent the Senior Class to the Bloomfield College Student Government, and plan and organize programs, events, and activities for the Senior Class.
Show Your Colors
The purpose of Show Your Colors is to provide an atmosphere of acceptance of all individuals despite their gender identity or sexual orientation.
The Executive Board of the Sophomore Class is made of BC Sophomore students who have been elected by their peers to serve and represent the class. Members of this organization represent the Sophomore Class to the Bloomfield College Student Government, and plan and organize programs, events, and activities for the Sophomore Class.
Standing Ovations strives to make live theater accessible to all of the Bloomfield College community, enable students to gain an appreciation appreciation for the arts, increase self confidence, self esteem, teamwork, and sense of responsibility.
The mission of Team Infinite, also known as T.I., is to enlighten its members on the social issues of this generation. Team Infinite will be instrumental in developing self-esteem, self-pride, dignity and respect within its members. T. I. sponsors events and programming not only by the BC chapter but by neighboring chapters to motivate students to help their community and to gain a deeper appreciation for the community and the individuals within it.
Women of Success
The purpose of Women of Success is to create a positive trust worthy bond between females on and off campus. While enhancing their leadership, interpersonal communication and professional skills for future references, W.O.S. will focus on empowering, and bringing out the leader in each of its members through various workshops, programs, social events, retreats, community service, etc.
Bloomfield College Greek Organizations
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.- Alphakappaalphabc@gmail.com
Alpha Phi Alpha Faternity, Inc.-
Beta Kappa Sigma Sorority, Inc.- firstname.lastname@example.org
Chi Phi Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Chi Upsilon Sigma Sorority, Inc.- email@example.com
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.- firstname.lastname@example.org
Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Inc. - email@example.com
Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.- firstname.lastname@example.org
Lambda Sigma Upsilon Fraternity, Inc.- email@example.com
Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Inc.- firstname.lastname@example.org
Lambda Theta Alpha Sorority, Inc.- email@example.com
Lambda Theta Phi Fraternity, Inc.- firstname.lastname@example.org
Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc.- email@example.com
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.- firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.- email@example.com
Psi Sigma Phi Multicultural Fraternity, Inc - firstname.lastname@example.org
Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc. - email@example.com
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.- firstname.lastname@example.org