Student Groups A-H
Below is a partial alphabetical list of Stonehill's over 60 student clubs and organizations. The second half of the list is on the Student Groups I-Z page.
Questions about Clubs & Organizations at Stonehill?
Contact the Office of Student Activities, (508) 565-1308.
- Accounting Association
- Active Concerned Educated Students (ACES)
- Acres (Yearbook)
- Activism Club
- Africa Service Project
- Anime Club
- Anthropology Society
- Art Club
- Asian American Society
- Austism Speaks U at Stonehill
- Bellies That Dance
- Biochemistry Society
- Biology Society
- Bowling Team
- Campus Christian Fellowship (CCF)
- Capoeira Club
- Catholic Daughters of the Americas (CDA)
- Chapel Choir
- Cheerleading Team
- Chemistry Society
- Circle K International
- Class Committees
- College Democrats
- College Republicans
- Colleges Against Cancer (CAC)
- Commuter Council
- Dance Club
- Dance Team
- disABILITY Enlightenment Project
- Diversity Committee
- Diversity on Campus (DOC)
- Education Society
- English Society
- Financial Management Association
- French Club
- Girls from the Hill
- Golf Team
- The Good News
- Goose Troupe (improv comedy)
- Habitat for Humanity
- Healthcare Society
- High Adventure Club
- Hip Hop Club
- History Society
The Accounting Association is geared toward Accounting Majors or those interested in the career field. Through guest speakers, programs, and various club discussions −the field and opportunities of accounting are explored.
A.C.E.S. is dedicated to promoting a safe and enjoyable environment with healthy attitudes and behaviors. A.C.E.S. places an emphasis on peer listening and educational programs.
Acres is the Stonehill College Yearbook. This organization documents all aspects of campus life through photographs and then creates the annual yearbook.
The Stonehill Student Activists work to promote awareness of human rights violations around the world. The club is geared to focus student attention on a specific global human rights violation each semester.
The Africa Service Project serves to promote awareness, understanding and compassion for the various health and educational issues that plague numerous African countries. The club accomplishes this by educating the Stonehill community through various events, guest speakers, and informational sessions and by fundraising and collecting donations in order to support various organizations working towards creating a more just African world.
The Anime Club meets weekly to view and discuss Japanese Animation - often referred to as Anime. The Club discusses older forms of this genre as well as the latest trends.
The Anthropology Society encourages Stonehill students to further investigate and examine anthropological issues and various cultures in informal settings, their future coursework, and study abroad experiences.
This organization is dedicated to promoting art of all genres and styles - both those created by students and those of professionals.
The Asian American Society sponsors programs and discussions that are geared at educating and promoting Asian Culture at Stonehill.
The Purpose of Autism Speaks U at Stonehill College is to further the mission of Autism Speaks by engaging the campus community and the local community through awareness, education and fundraising and in doing so, positively affect the lives of those struggling with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
Bellies That Dance is a club focused on providing a supportive community for first-time belly dancers as well as experienced belly dancers. The club sponsors activities that raise the skill level of each member by teaching them how to execute moves safely and correctly. Members also strive to increase the awareness of the culture that surrounds the art of belly dance.
The Biochemistry Society is geared toward Biochemistry Majors or those interested in the field. Through guest speakers, programs, and various club discussions - the opportunities of biochemistry are explored.
The Biology Society is geared toward Biology Majors or those interested in the field. Through guest speakers, programs, and various club discussions the science of biology is explored.
The Bowling Team is an intercollegiate sport club team.
The CAIRN is Stonehill's student-run literary magazine. Student poetry, artwork, photography and literature are all showcased in CAIRN's annual publication.
The CCF sponsors discussions, prayers and programs that promote campus awareness of the Christian faith. Programs include Bible readings, prayer sessions, etc.
The Stonehill Capoeira Club provides an opportunity for Stonehill students to learn and practice the art of Capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian art form that combines elements of martial arts, music, and dance.
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas is one of the oldest and largest organizations of Catholic women in the Americas. They donate to charities, administer scholarship programs and strive "to be helping hands where there is pain, poverty, sorrow or sickness." The CDA motto is "Unity and Charity."
This student performance group has weekly practices to prepare for 7:00PM Mass where the Chapel Choir leads the Congregation in song. All vocal ability is welcome in the Choir.
Women's Cheerleading is an intercollegiate sport club team.
The Chemistry Society is geared toward Chemistry Majors or those interested in the field. Through guest speakers, programs, and various club discussions −the science of chemistry is explored.
Circle K is a service organization whose members are dedicated to improving Stonehill and the outside community through service, leadership, and fellowship.
The Class Committees represent the interests of the four different class years at Stonehill College. They are responsible for planning specific class-related programs as well as several college-wide programs per semester. The Committees are led by elected class officers and representatives.
College Democrats is an organization for student members of the Democratic Party to gather and discuss the American political spectrum as they pertain to Democratic Party ideals. Through various speakers, programs, and club discussions the College Democrats try to promote and inform the campus of the Democratic Party.
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College Republicans is an organization for student members of the Republican Party to gather and discuss the American political spectrum as they pertain to Republican Party ideals. Through various speakers, programs, and club discussions the College Republicans try to promote and inform the campus of the Republican Party.
Colleges Against Cancer works to bring cancer control programs to campus and promote cancer awareness and prevention. This group also raises money through the American Cancer Society through approved fundraisers on campus.
The Commuter Council represents the interests of commuter students to Stonehill College. They sponsor events that encourage commuter students to become involved in activities on Stonehill's campus that emphasize interaction between commuter and resident students.
The Dance Club welcomes all students interested in the art of dance to learn various dance routines. The Dance Club hosts a semester recital once a semester so the campus community may enjoy the work of the club.
The Dance Team of Stonehill College is an intercollegiate team that practices weekly with a goal of competing at and placing in various dance competitions across the country. Try-outs are held semesterly.
The disABILITY Enlightenment Project promotes disability awareness, advocacy, activism, and education in the Stonehill College Community.
The SGA Diversity Committee exists to provide quality, safe, culturally diverse programming to the Stonehill community. The Committee shall be responsible for overseeing events and evaluating past events, while bringing new and innovative ideas to programming and implementing these ideas appropriately.
DOC is educates the College community on issues of diversity by facilitating discussions and programs that raise cultural awareness on campus.
The Education Society is geared toward Education Majors or those interested in the field. Through guest speakers, programs, and various club discussions - the opportunities of education are explored.
The English Society's goal is to incite interest in literary culture through on-campus events, such as speakers, performances, literary theme weeks, and panel presentations, and through off-campus excursions to see theatre productions and exhibits at local venues. Membership is open to the entire Stonehill community.
The Financial Management Association is geared toward Finance Majors or those interested in the field. Through guest speakers, programs, and various club discussions - the opportunities of finance are explored.
The French Club generates a greater interest in the French language and culture and integrates its importance and influence into the Stonehill College community. Members accomplish this by promoting awareness of classic French and Francophone culture through various events and programs. The club also provides students with an opportunity to practice their French outside the classroom.
The Girls From The Hill are an all-female a-capella performing group on campus. They perform at various college functions and events. Try-outs are held at the beginning of each semester.
Golf Team is an intercollegiate sport club team.
The purpose of The Good News is to provide an opportunity for students to study and analyze the books of the Bible. The club also sponsors videos and presentations by many religious speakers, and provides an outlet for spiritual growth and development.
The Goose Troupe represents the College's improv comedy group which provides a socially enjoyable way for Stonehill students to actively participate in comedy and experience it first-hand.
Habitat for Humanity concerns itself with aiding the less fortunate. Habitat will sponsor various educational programs and fundraisers throughout the year and takes a yearly spring break trip.
The Healthcare Society is geared toward Healthcare Majors or those interested in the field. Through guest speakers, programs, and various club discussions the opportunities of healthcare are explored.
The High Adventure Club aims to provide opportunities for members to participate in fun and meaningful outdoor activities that extend an individual's awareness, knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment for the environment and its natural beauty. It also seeks to impart knowledge of practical outdoor skills and safety habits necessary for safe and environmentally responsible outdoor adventures.
The Hip Hop Club allows students to develop self-empowerment through the performing art of Hip Hop and to become aware of the influence music and media have on the student body. The club also promotes the dynamics of the Hip Hop culture and to dispel misconceptions of Hip Hop found in mainstream media.
The History Society seeks to provide members of the Stonehill community opportunities to explore local, national, and global history and discuss and debate how that history has affected their lives. The Society also hopes to encourage student interest, participation, and study of History by sponsoring history related activities, trips and events.