Nyack in NYC: Clubs and Organizations
Acts Prayer Ministry (APM):
To bring spiritual growth to the Nyack College community through prayer, reading the Holy Bible, and memorizing the scriptures. Through supplications and intercessions we believe we will not conform to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of our mind.
Bible and Theology Club (NCNYCBTC):
To promote the sharing of knowledge and material that is related to the study of scriptures in college and otherwise.
Christian Art and Media Club (CAM):
To express the gospel of Jesus Christ through multiple forms of studio art and media. We desire to bring Nyack students with creative and artistic minds together to illustrate scripture and inspiration visually.
Nyack College Business Club (NCBC):
To aid the faculty and the student body of Nyack College with our business abilities. We strive to give members of our club the experiences and connections they will need to thrive in the business world.
Nyack College Evangelism Club (NCNYCEC):
To carry out the Great Commission as Jesus Christ commanded in Matthew 28:18-20. We intend to effectively communicate the Love of Jesus Christ in the neighboring community near Nyack NYC campus and elsewhere with respect for all people and nations.
Men of Letters (MOL):
To develop ethical and intellectual excellence in ourselves and fellow brothers through lectures and discussions on culture, current events, and the liberal arts. Men of Letters is a student organization for men in the literary society tradition. This club is sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences.
Social Work Organization (SWO):
To promote the Social Work profession (within a Christian perspective) through Social Work education, community service, and campus awareness of social and political issues.
Students Against Hunger (SAH):
To exemplify the love of Jesus Christ in action by providing food to the poor, addressing their spiritual needs, and working in partnership with others to encourage community service according to Deuteronomy 15:11.
To assist with the transition from military service to civilian life, while providing clarity concerning the academic requirements, grants, scholarships, and other resources that are available to veterans.