All Campus Clubs

 

ACT (Accepting Christ Together) Bible Study
To strengthen the faith community of Hilbert College and its students through scripture and discussion.

Contact:  James Sturm
Vice Provost for Leadership Development
Franciscan Hall, First Floor
649-7900, ext. 231

Campus Activities Board
The Campus Activities Board is a group of students that work with the Student Activities office in planning and overseeing extracurricular events on campus. This board organizes the majority of social events and activities for the Hilbert community, including national performers, semi-formals, speakers, and comedians, and musicians. All students are invited and encouraged to make suggestions to this board.

Contact: Tommy Vane
Student Activities
Campus Center, Lower Level
649-7900, ext. 335 and 336

Campus Ministry Club
This club is designed to meet the needs of the students involved by providing a link between the student body and campus ministry and to have student input in planning and organizing campus ministry activities. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: Barbara Bonanno
Director of Campus Ministry
103C Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 407 

Common Ground Club
The Common Ground Club is a diverse group seeking to create an inclusive environment for student learning both inside and outside of the classroom. The club also builds social skills among students to help promote a student community. The Common Ground Club provides students with new and innovative programs designed to encourage working together to build student appreciation for different identities and cultures. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: Dr. Tara Jabbaar-Gyambrah
Director of Multicultural Affairs
103B Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 243

Communication Club
The Communication Club provides an opportunity for students to learn more about the broad field of communication while making friends and having fun. The club sponosrs trips and numerous social activities as well as projects that increase the students' understanding of and proficiency in the communication arts.

Contact: Chris Gallant
Communication Studies
140 D Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 345

Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Association
The Criminal Justice and Forensic Investigation Association provides an informal setting in which students and faculty can discuss ideas, current events and careers in criminal justice and forensic investigation. Students also have the opportunity to visit police, correctional and juvenile facilities, as well as participate in community service activities such as the Adopt-a-Highway program or efforts for Renaissance House, a residential chemical dependency facility for local youth. Criminal justice and forensic investigation majors are encouraged to join the association, but membership is open to any Hilbert student.

Contact: Yvonne Downes
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
172 Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 353

Future Alumni Network (FAN) Club
The Future Alumni Network (FAN) Club works on having a union between current students and alumni. The club focuses its efforts on networking, philanthropy, and programming. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: Deanna Messinger
Assistant Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving
Franciscan Hall, Second Floor
649-7900, ext. 340

Great Expectations
Great Expectations provides students with the opportunity to explore various cultural activities in the Buffalo area. Visits to plays, museums, historical sites, lectures, and other activities are planned each year to broaden students' knowledge of the arts. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: Amy Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
Paczesny Hall
649-7900, ext. 354

Hawk Spit Music
To welcome aspiring artists to multiple forms of music through recording sessions, mixing, and performing.  Hawk Spit will also teach and give advice for recording, mixing and creating instrumentals.

Contact: Don Vincent
Associate Professor of Digital Media and Communication
Bogel Hall
926-8871

Hilbert Horizons (Literary Magazine)
Horizons
is the campus literary magazine. Students are encouraged to become involved in the writing and production of the magazine, which is published and distributed at the end of the spring semester. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: Charles Ernst, Ph.D.
Professor of English and Director of the Center for Excellence in Learning
Paczesny Hall
649-7900, ext. 315

Hilbert Starz
The Hilbert Starz was founded in the fall of 2009 as Hilbert College’s Cheer and Dance team. The team performs sidelines and halftime routines at both women and men’s basketball game. Their goal is to promote school spirit, provide encouragement and support for our athletic programs and be active members of the Hilbert Community.

Contact: Denise Harris
Vice Provost for Student Engagement
Franciscan Hall, First Floor
649-7900, ext. 236

Hockey Club
The Hockey Club provides an opportunity for students to play organized ice hockey at the club level. Less competitive pick-up games are also played. The club's goal is to provide a foundation on which a formally recognized competitive team can develop.

Hilbert.Contact: Don Suchan
Buildings and Grounds Supervisor
649-7900, ext. 367

Human Services Association
The Human Services Association offers students the opportunity to socialize and network with various present and future human services professionals. Underlying the association's activities is a spirit of fun and mutual collaboration as students hold forums with guest speakers, attend conferences and workshops, and explore issues of relevance to the human services profession. Members are encouraged to plan and engage in projects which enhance the Hilbert environment, its surrounding community, as well as the personal and professional growth of students interested in the field. Membership is open to human services majors, but any Hilbert student who has an interest in human services may also join.

Contact: Colleen Kumiega
Assistant Professor of Human Services
110 Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 306

Leadership Corps
To provide leadership education through community outreach, service, and extracurricular involvement with the purpose of developing professionals with strong leadership qualities.

Contact: James Sturm
Vice Provost for Leadership Development
Franciscan Hall, First Floor
649-7900, ext. 231

Military Club
The Military Club provides support and information for students active in the military, veterans, those who have friends and/or family members in the military, or are interested in the military.  The club comes together to socialize, share stories, and carry out programs of interest.

Contact: John Culhane
Professor of Criminal Justice
Paczesny Hall 153
649-7900, ext. 316 

"Never Miss" Dance Club
To promote school spirit, perform for college and represent the college and the community, show our passion and express our creativity

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Phi Beta Lambda Student Business and Accounting Association
Phi Beta Lambda promotes professional business leadership through educational experiences and involvement in leadership activities.

Contact: Patrick Heraty
Professor of Business
Paczesny Hall
649-7900, ext. 214 

ROTARACT
ROTARACT clubs are part of a global effort to bring peace and understanding to the world through service learning initiatives.

Contact: Daniel Roland
Professor of Business Administration
Paczesny Hall
649-7900, ext. 351

Contact: Amy Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
Paczesny Hall
649-7900, ext. 354

Ski/Snowboarding Club
The Ski/Snowboarding Club provides an opportunity for all interested students to experience and enjoy skiing and snowboarding. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: John D'Amico
Professor of Business Administration
115 Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 350

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
This committee provides insight on the student-athlete experience and offers input on the rules, regulations, and policies that affect student-athletes' lives at Hilbert. It also enhances the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare, and fostering a positive student-athlete image through volunteer work and various projects. Members are selected by coaches.

Contact: Kelly Starchok
Compliance Coodinator
Hafner Recreation Center
649-7900, ext. 113

Students Against Destructive Decisions
The SADD Club helps create an awareness of alcohol and substance abuse with campus and community service activities that focus on the importance of a healthy lifestyle, offering alternatives to destructive decisions. Club fund-raising activities focus on healthy living and benefit activities that raise an awareness of a positive self-image, healthy lifestyle and decisions that will enhance academic potential. Alcohol Awareness Week and community service activities at local schools are among the events. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: Phyllis Dewey
Director of Counseling
Campus Center, Second Floor
649-7900, ext. 232 

SIFE
Active on more than 1,000 college and university campuses in 20 countries, SIFE encourages students to take what they learn in the classroom and apply it to real-life situations. Students also use their knowledge to better their communities through educational outreach projects. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: Daniel Roland
Professor of Business Administration
Paczesny Hall
649-7900, ext. 351