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Clubs & Organizations

Below is a categorical listing of our current clubs, umbrella organizations and governing bodies.

Your education at Iona College is more than just the one you gain in the classroom. In addition to the learning and growing you do in class, there are many opportunities to develop your mind, body, and spirit holistically as a person and as a leader.

At Iona College, we boast a vibrant campus life that is home to over 80 active clubs, groups and organizations. Our Greek-letter fraternities and sororities, media organizations, club sports, diversity clubs, special interest and academic clubs are ever changing to meet the needs of our student body.

For more information on student clubs/organizations, please contact the Office of Student Development at (914) 633-2360.

Student Government Association
Gaels Activities Board
Council for Greek Governance
Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC)
Student Leader Alliance for Multiculturalism (SLAM)

Student Clubs & Groups

Academic Clubs:

Accounting Club
Advertising Club
Biology Club
Chemical Society/Chemistry Club
Computer Science Club
Criminal Justice Club
Economics Club
Finance Club
History Society
Iona College Speech and Hearing Club
Marketing Club
Psychology Club
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
Social Work Club
Society of Professional Journalists

Club Sports:

Iona College Cheerleading Squad
Iona College Gael Dancers
Iona College Rugby Football Club

Multicultural Groups:

Albanian American Society
Black Student Union (BSU)
Gaelic Society
Gael Pride (LGBTQQIA+)
Hellenic Society
Organization of Latinx American Students (OLAS)
Iona International Club

Media Groups:

ICANN (The Yearbook)
ICTV (TV Station)
The Ionian (Student Newspaper)
Iona College Radio (WICR)

Performing Arts:

Iona Players
Iona Singers
Iona College Pipe Band

Fraternity and Sorority Life:
(*Denotes inter/national fraternity/sorority)

Delta Theta Beta Sorority
Gamma Lambda Rho Sorority
Phi Gamma Chi Sorority
Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority*
Psi Kappa Theta Sorority

Delta Upsilon Fraternity*
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity*
Zeta Kappa Chi Fraternity

General Interest Clubs:

Admirers of Illustrated Literature
Colleges Against Cancer (CAC)
Commuter Student Association (CSA)
Democracy Matters
Edmund Rice Society
Fashion Club
IC Green
Iona College American Sign Language Club
Karate Club
Tara Knights Society

Other Student Groups and Committees:

Iona International Committee
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
RESPECT Committee
Senior Events Committee
Transfer Student Committee
ROTC Affiliation

Previously Recognized Clubs and Groups:

Amnesty International
Albanian American Society
American Red Cross Club
Animal Welfare Coalition
Asian Student Association (ASA)
Cinema Society
Debate and Communications Club
Eastern European Club
Education Club
English Club
IC Democrats
IC Management Club
IC Republicans
IC Snow Patrol
International Business
Iona Aristotelian Society (Philosophy)
Iona College Mathematical Society (ICMS)
Italian Society
Jewish Student Association
Kaleidoscope Literary Magazine
Management Information Systems (MIS) Club
Middle Eastern Club
Mock Trial Team
Model United Nations
National Broadcasting Society
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
New Politics Club
Pre-Law Association
Returning Adult Student Association (RASA)
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Students For Peace and Justice
Students of Caribbean Ancestry (SOCA)
Students Uniting for Veterans (SUV)

Contact us if you are interested in restarting one of these clubs or if you have an idea to start a club you do not see!

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If you have any questions about clubs or organizations, please feel free to call us in the Office of Student Development at (914) 633-2360 or email

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