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New Rochelle

Located in downtown New Rochelle, the Monroe College New Rochelle campus is nestled in a diverse, thriving suburban community in Westchester County.

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  • New Rochelle Student Clubs

    Below is a list of student clubs and contact information for faculty and staff advisors. For general club-related inquiries, please contact the Student Activities staff on the New Rochelle campus:

    Charez Weste 
    Coordinator of Student Activities, New Rochelle Campus

    Tel: (914) 632-5400, ext. 6424

  • Baking Club

    Provides each student with hands-on technique driven culinary and pastry skills required for a career in fine-dining establishment.

    Club advisor: Enmely Soriano  

    HR Club

    Educates, empowers and promote professional excellence in the field of Human Resource Management by encouraging and providing professional development as well as up-to-date business practices by way of educational forums, international/educational outlets. 

    Club advisor: Roy Bailey

    National Association Of Black Accountants (Naba)

    Strives to bridge the opportunity gap for black professionals in the field of accounting and finance. It also strives to promote the accounting profession and foster interactions among professional accounting organization, students and faculty/ staff.

    advisor: Stacy Crawford

    National Society Of Leaderhsip & Success

    Helps students create and achieve their goals for a better and successful tomorrow through a leadership development program and speaker broadcast

    Club Advisor: cristina scott


    Sports Management Club

    Promotes sports and the field of sports management to support the student-athletes and to provide educational experience and career training opportunities by enriching the lives of youth in the reading and surrounding areas through sport. 

    Club Advisor: frank cuzzi

    Culinary Arts Club

    Aims to make a change in the community by sharing our skills to benefit the greater good.

    Club advisor: Edward Moon 

    Criminal Justice Club

    Creates an opportunity for students to learn about the criminal justice profession and those impacted by the criminal justice system through numerous community service projects throughout the year. 

    Club Advisor: Jody mcCalla 

    Hospitality Club

    Provides opportunities to learn first-hand of current developments and trends in hospitality and tourism

    Club Advisor: Geeta Debising

    Poetry & Drama Club

    Gathers all students interested in theatre to engage in conversation, script reading and production.

    Club advisor: Elezabeth Troshanoff         

    Monroe College American Marketing Association (Mcama)

    Strives to be the most relevant force and voice shaping marketing - an essential community for marketers through providing proactive, differentiated and modern voice for a single unified club.

    Club advisor: sherrie Bell

    Caribbean Student Association

    In 2015, Monroe College launched the Caribbean Student Association. With hundreds of Caribbean students attending Monroe, this is the perfect way to bring students together who share common interests as well as students who wish to learn more about the culture. We encourage students from all backgrounds who are interested in expanding their knowledge of Caribbean culture to join. As a member of this association, students will enjoy weekly meetings and events. Check back regularly for updates!

    Meetings: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Main Hall – Room 514

    For additional information, email: 

    Kimarah Isaac:
    Judi-Ann Butler: 

    National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

    The Monroe College chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA) seeks to unite students who are committed to academic/professional excellence and civic responsibility, and wish to enhance their opportunities in the accounting, finance and other industries.

    The chapter hosts a series of personal and professional development seminars and workshops on campus each semester. In addition, NABA members are invited to a range of events hosted by various companies. 

    Membership is open to all majors. Completed applications and a $20 membership fee should be brought to a chapter meeting or submitted to Faculty Advisor Professor Max Torres on the top floor of the Annex building on the New Rochelle campus.

    Club meetings: Tuesdays at 12:05pm in the Annex Building, Rm 303, on the New Rochelle campus.

    For additional information, email: Deborah Borak 718-933-6700 ext. 6519

    Monroe Cheerleaders

    The Monroe Cheerleaders form an impressive presence at Monroe athletic events. They are dedicated to excellence in learning, cultural enrichment and service. The team offers opportunities for individuals to challenge themselves while participating in a fun and athletic activity. The Monroe cheerleaders operate in a supportive environment where each individual's contribution is valued.

    The Monroe Cheerleaders perform at home games for the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Team, Men’s Soccer Team, Women’s Volleyball Team and Men’s Baseball Team as well as at the Thanksgiving Parade and community service events.

    Requirements for participation:

    • dancing, cheering, jumping, stunting and tumbling skills
    • good attitude, dedication, motivation, responsibility, self-respect and respect for others

    Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA)

    The Monroe Chapter of the PCMA familiarizes its members with the basic aspects of the meetings and conventions industry by providing educational and networking opportunities.

    Membership is open to all hospitality, tourism, meeting or convention management (major, minor, or graduate) students who attend Monroe College full-time and are in good standing. Applications for membership are available at the national PCMA website. All Monroe chapter members must be members of national PCMA and shall subscribe to and be bound by the laws and the ethical and professional standards of Monroe College as well as the PCMA.

    Club Meetings: Tuesdays from 12:15pm-12:55pm (day club) and 5:45pm-6:15pm (night club) in Jerome Hall, Rm 703.  
    718-933-6700 ext. 8385

    For additional information, email or contact the club advisor or an officer listed below:

    St. Clair Thompson