Presidents Place, Room 337
ATTN: Student Activities & Athletics
1250 Hancock Street
Quincy Center, MA 02169
Phone: (617) 984-1676
Director of Student Development
Clubs and organizations are open to all students. If you are interested in joining a club, you can either visit the Office of Student Activities & Athletics or contact the club advisor listed.
If you do not find a club listed that interests you, think about starting your own new club. Visit the Student Activities & Athletics Department to get started!
Women's Leadership Collaborative
There is a new and exciting club that has been founded at Quincy College. The Women's Leadership Collaborative is dedicated to building confidence and growing leaders. Our focus is to strengthen leadership skills, develop networking techniques, enhance personal marketability and to gain self- efficiency. It is also beneficial to teach and learn from each member as we stand for positivity and a welcoming atmosphere. The WLC also is active in the community through volunteering as well as attending local networking events. Feel free to check us out on facebook.com/womensleadershipcollaborative for meetings, projects and to socialize. Also, on the Quincy College Portal search the Women's Leadership Collaborative under "Campus Groups" to join or for further information. If you would like to enhance your college experience and further your future as a leader then join us at an upcoming meeting.
The French Club promotes an appreciation of the French Language. Students meet to practice the language in a social setting. All levels of proficiency are welcome.
Quincy College Gay/Straight Alliance
The QCGSA provides a friendly and safe environment for LGBTQ's and their allies to meet and partake of educational and fun activities.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association acts as a liaison between the students and administration, faculty and staff and to address issues regarding the quality of student life at Quincy College. Student Government members sit on the College Senate and Committees.
The QC Voice is a student run newspaper that provides aspiring writers, editors and designers with the opportunity to hone their skills and report newsworthy events surrounding Quincy College. All levels of experience are welcome!
QC Voice: April 2012 Issue
QC Voice: May 2012 Issue
QC Voice: Fall 2012 Issue
Gamma Beta Phi
Gamma Beta Phi is a service organization for honor students at two-year and four-year colleges and universities. Eligibility is limited to students who have earned 12 or more credits toward a degree with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society that recognizes and encourages the academic achievement of students at two-year colleges. To be eligible for membership, a student must have completed a minimum of 12 hours of coursework with an overall grade point average of 3.5 or higher, and maintain a 3.5 GPA throughout their enrollment at Quincy College.
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminial Justice Club is for all students who have an interest in Criminal Justice. The club meets to discuss topics of interest and careers in this field.
Quincy College Vets
The Quincy College Vets intent is to unite veterans on the Quincy College campus. We strive to promote camaraderie, engage in social events and serve the community.
The Drama Club provides opportunities for members to develop an understanding of all aspects of theatre including character development, improvisation, set design, technology design, stage management and more. Auditions are held at the start of each semester for roles in a drama production performed at the end of each term. Membership is open to all students and alumni.
The Chess Club provides students with the opportunity to learn the game and play against other students. Regular tournaments are held every month and the club meets on Friday afternoons. Whether you are new to the game or chess veteran, the Quincy College Chess Club has something to offer you.
The Computer Club is a forum for members to share their knowledge and learn more about computer hardware and software. Activities include discussions, demonstrations, guest speakers, field trips, and hands-on projects or contests. Membership is open to all students and alumni.
Human Services Mentorship Program
In collaboration with Wheelock College the HSV program at Quincy College has developed a mentorship program. Students interested in social work and human services are linked with BSW graduates who serve to help as resources and mentors to our associate level students. Students interested in Human Services are welcome to attend.