The Honors Club, or the Honors Student Organization, is an extension of the Honors Program at Nassau and supplements the Honors experience at the College. Members are welcome to work, study, and network with other Honors students in the Honors Lounge. The organization provides opportunities for members to build resumes, acquire real world skills, find internships, get community service hours, travel to academic conferences, and publish in academic journals through its affiliation with Veritas. There are no time requirements or mandatory meetings, and you are encouraged to join other organizations as our club liaison. If you’re interested in becoming a member, are currently a member of the Honors Program, belong to a club that has or wants an Honors liaison, or have been invited by a current member, please contact Professor Elizabeth Hynes-Musnisky at,
The Hotel/Restaurant Club is represented by a group of serious students who are interested in fun, exciting experiences, and great memories. The club plans overnight trips, takes trips to the Culinary Institute of America, East End wineries, food service trade https://rksloans.com/installment-loans-ky/ shows, and culinary exhibitions and tastings. In addition, we attend hotel/restaurant educational institutions for lectures and we sponsor an annual spring B-B-Q and an awards dinner social. All active members are eligible for the Christopher L. Argento “Excellence in Hospitality” award. We welcome ALL Nassau Community College students and encourage their involvement.
INTERACT is open to all Nassau Community College students. If you are interested in the field of social work, this is the club for you. Our goals are to work for social change and social justice and to raise awareness of human needs on Long Island. We adopt one or two agencies each year and work to fill some of their needs. Twice each year, we bring speakers to campus on large social issues, such as immigration, and more interpersonal matters, such as forgiveness. We attend conferences and have field trips. All in all, we have fun helping others while learning people and organizational skills to take into our careers.
INTERIOR DESIGN SOCIETY
The Interior Design Society at NCC is an official student chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). The Society’s activities include fund-raising and philanthropy programs; participation in ASID seminars, workshops, programs, and competitions, all of which offer members opportunities to interact with professional designers and expand their knowledge of the professional aspects of interior design; and career days, events that offer an introduction to the many career options open to interior design students. Is interior design for you? It takes business sense as well as talent to make it in today’s design world. The Interior Design Society allows you to feed your hunger for design and prepare to launch your design career. Join us for a seriously rewarding experience.
INTERNATIONAL YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
The objectives of the International Youth Fellowship are to share each country’s culture and custom. There is nothing more important than the implementation of wholesome, understanding, mindsets for upcoming generation. For this endeavor, many prominent citizens from different countries have come together to form the International Youth Fellowship. Also, under the slogan, “Exchange your youth for their hearts,” to recruit students to participate in an overseas volunteer program for ten months. Furthermore, to promote cultural interaction among student based on cultures they have learned and experienced abroad.
INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
We at InterVarsity Christian Fellowship welcome you to Nassau Community College. InterVarsity has been an integral part of NCC’s college atmosphere for over thirty years. IVCF’s membership encompasses students of different backgrounds, both ethnically and culturally. InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s vision is to see “students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world-changers developed.” We seek to engage the campus as a whole in all its diversity regardless of beliefs. We learn about the value of relationships not only with each other but with God and his son, Jesus Christ. Our fellowship meets on Thursdays during club hour (am -pm). Meetings are open to any student or faculty member. Our office is located in the College Union, Rm. 302. For additional information, email us at or like us on Facebook/nassauIVCF. We are also on Twitter and Instagram as NCCIVCF.