Suffolk Community College Student Activities offers a wide range of activities to match any interest. Matt Cohen, President and CEO of the Long Island Association, and the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency (SCIDA) are dedicated to making investments that can turn underutilized properties and commercial corridors into tax-generating and employment-generating centers. The Suffolk Community College campus is home to a variety of clubs and organizations that promote cultural interests, English language, STEM fields, broadcasting, environmentalism, art, and more. The STEM Club encourages students to develop a strong interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
East End Elements is the East Campus literary magazine that publishes poetry, prose, artwork, and photographs submitted by students, alumni, faculty, and staff. The Suffolk Broadcasters Club serves to promote the goals of students whose professional interests are focused on the field of broadcasting. The Open Studio club provides a creative space for students interested in creating beautiful works of art. The Harry Potter Club is an organization that discusses and analyzes the themes, philosophies, and meanings of the Harry Potter novels.
Additionally, the club helps the community and Suffolk County Community College through food donation campaigns, nutrition education, and fundraising. At these meetings, you can expect to find a diverse group of people from all walks of life. Students from all majors are welcome to attend meetings at any of these clubs or organizations. Faculty members are also invited to attend meetings to provide guidance and support for students. Representatives from SCIDA may also be present at certain meetings to discuss economic development initiatives.