Diversity Clubs

Diversity Clubs

SJC Long Island offers clubs that appeal to all backgrounds.

Brother and Sisters in Christ - B.A.S.I.C

B.A.S.I.C. (Brothers and Sisters in Christ) is a college ministry focused on connecting college students to the church community. B.A.S.I.C. provides a comfortable atmosphere for college students of every Christian denomination to become a united body on campus. The ministry holds open discussions based on biblical topics, holds fundraiser events for a local charity, and provides students with an opportunity to discover and build upon their faith.

B.A.S.I.C. Club Page

Diversity Union

The mission of Diversity Union is to provide an inclusive environment where diversity appreciation is highly encouraged through events, workshops and programs. All of our programs are open to all students, regardless of classification.

Diversity Union supports Mercy Center Ministries in Patchogue, NY, a non-profit organization which funds living shelters for female runaway/homeless or pregnant teens.

Diversity Union Club Page

Muslim Student Association - M.S.A.

The Muslim Student Association explores and celebrates the Muslim heritages of the students and their families in the SJC Community, to promote a better understanding of Muslim cultures for all, to provide service and charity to others in need, and to develop the individual personal growth of its members.

M.S.A. Club Page

Nicaragua Project

At the College, students will help raise funds and gather supplies for future trips, plan for future trips and raise awareness about the project. The Nicaragua Project also works to support the travel of SJC students both financially and through words of encouragement prior to, during and after their trip. The project unites students with similar values and hopes to build a connection throughout humanity.

Nicaragua Project Club Page

Student Veterans of America

The SJC Student Veterans of America is a student organization on SJC Long Island which aims to promote an understanding of veterans and their vastly unique experiences, as well as the issues they face upon returning home. Veteran and non-veteran students and faculty are invited to join our ranks and help us build our club, hold events, and raise funds for charity.

Student Veterans of America Club Page


Menakshi Bisram

Menakshi Bisram, '21 • Nursing Major

I am Guyanese-American
I am the daughter of immigrants
I am in LGBTQA club and Math club
I am in Evolve
I came to SJC because of the small class sizes and the great student-professor relationships
I stand out because I work hard and keep trying until I achieve my goal

I am SJC