Student Activities at Macaulay
As a student at CUNY, you will have a wide range of opportunities to participate in activities that serve your academic, professional, and social interests. As a University Scholar, you have a dual identity--as a student at your home college and as a Macaulay Honors College student. One of the best ways to strengthen your Macaulay identity is to take advantage of activities specifically organized for the Macaulay community. We encourage you to join a student group like the Macaulay Scholars Council, attend events like the Dean's Dinners or Executive in Residence programs, study at the Macaulay building, chat in the Commons at the Macaulay building, visit a museum with your Cultural Passport. The possibilities abound. Feel free to learn more about these activities through links on the left.
Macaulay Scholars Council
More than just a student government body, the Macaulay Honors Council is an important and influential voice of the Macaulay student body at CUNY, helping to foster the essential dual identity every University Scholar bears. The group is led by four representatives from each of the eight campuses, but all are welcome to participate and contribute. The Council's mission is to promote an informed and involved Macaulay student body, building cross-campus community through sponsorship of various activities and providing counsel to the Macaulay administration. Macaulay students are among the most involved students in the country, and the Macaulay Honors Council is an excellent way to channel that energy for the good of all University Scholars, and CUNY as a whole.
Check the Macaulay Scholars Council website » for more information.
The Macaulay Business Club was created to educate its members and the greater CUNY community in various business topics ranging from the current economic crisis to the importance of communication in the workplace. Utilizing the resources of Macaulay Honors College, the MBC strives to create a sense of community among students from Macaulay's eight senior CUNY college partners dispersed throughout the five boroughs of New York City. MBC events are open to all CUNY students, not just Macaulay students. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our website: http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/macaulaybusinessclub/
The mission of the Macaulay Medicine Club is to prepare and inform fellow students about the field of medicine. We host events in which speakers from various health care organizations and professions discuss the medical school admissions process and current issues in medicine. MMC provides a channel through which students interested in health professions can come together and prepare for graduate school as well as explore the medical field. For more information contact us at email@example.com.
Macaulay Pre-Law Society
The mission of the Macaulay Pre-Law Society is to prepare and inform fellow students about the field of law. We promote an atmosphere in which students interested in law or related fields can network with fellow students, attend events with individuals in the profession, and receive guidance in the necessary education steps to achieve a profession in law. For more information feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pursuit of Happiness Club
The Pursuit of Happiness Club's Striving Towards Education Means Success (S.T.E.M.S.) project will work with a select group of teens from Covenant House, beginning in summer 2011, to offer academic enrichment and tutoring with the goal of better preparing them for the SATs and applying to college. S.T.E.M.S. is aimed at encouraging struggling young adults to break through the cycle of despair and strive towards their individual aspirations for higher education. For more information email Matthew Law (Baruch '13) at email@example.com
The Macaulay Triplets
The Triplets are the first A Cappella group in Macaulay Honors College. Spread over four campuses and following very independent paths in their lives, the Triplets are bonded by their passion for music and dynamic musical chemistry.
Read the poems written by some of the new freshmen during their orientation sessions.
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The Macaulay Building
The Macaulay building is open Monday-Friday 7am-11pm, Saturday and Sunday 8am-11pm.
To organize a student event or activity, the Student Room Request Form must be completed.
For questions or comments about student life or student use of the Macaulay building, contact Andrew Adair, Associate Director of Student Development.
Click here to view photos of our official Quidditch team, the Macaulay Marauders.