Office of Campus Life
M115, (718) 482-5190
From orientation to the commencement ceremony, Campus Life is your partner throughout your college experience. *All Fall 2020 activities will be virtual.
The Office of Campus Life, part of the Division of Student Affairs, is located in room M115. Almost every College-wide event that occurs at LaGuardia has the involvement of the Campus Life Office. From Orientation to LaGuardia, to Honors Night and the Commencement ceremony, Campus Life is your partner throughout your college experience. From entertaining social activities to engaging intellectual, social, and emotional development, Campus Life can offer you opportunities that will improve your skills, increase your enjoyment of college life, and help you discover the joy in your most important asset — you. Information concerning activities can be obtained at the Campus Life Office, Monday-Friday in M115. Here are a just a few of the programs and services offered:
Multicultural and Social Events
Campus Life celebrates this vision of rich international diversity through various social gatherings, programs and seminars.
LaGuardia prides itself on being a pluralistic family. The LaGuardia community comes from over 150 countries and regions of the world and speaks over 100 languages. We not only respect each other’s differences, but we learn from our diversity. Campus Life celebrates this vision of rich international diversity through various social gatherings such as concerts, theatrical productions, cultural seminars, dances, and talent and fashion shows, to name just a few. Students experience the wide diversity of cultures and customs that enrich LaGuardia and make it unique.
Clubs and Organizations
The formation of clubs depends upon the interests of students involved. Club members plan and implement social, cultural, educational and creative ventures outside the classroom. New clubs are organized through the Student Advisory Council. An average of 35 clubs and organizations are chartered within the College. The organizations stem from the social, academic and cultural interests of our students. In addition, if you want to start your own club, you will be provided with the necessary assistance for its development.
For more information on how to become involved in any of the organizations, contact the Office of Campus Life.
Open to all students, leadership programs and trainings shape our future leaders through community service, organizational leadership sessions and skill development workshops.
Student Government Association: M160
The SGA consists of elected student members (governors) selected through a democratic voting process open to the entire student body, which is coordinated by the Office of Campus Life.
SGA Study Hall: M165
The SGA Study Hall at LaGuardia Community College is committed to assisting students achieve academic excellence by offering multidisciplinary academic support. Our philosophy is based on the principle that each student has a unique style of learning. Students can receive tutoring in multiple subject areas via appointment, unscheduled requests (if available) and group tutoring sessions during the day and evening hours. The SGA study hall provides a supportive space for students to not only excel but enjoy learning.
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Room C740
Tel: (718) 482-5220
Website: www.laguardia.edu/phi-theta-kappa or www.ptk.org
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for community colleges. Founded in 1918 to recognize academically high- achieving and motivated community college students, Phi Theta Kappa offers members the opportunity to develop in areas that its founders designated as the Society’s four hallmarks: scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. Members are also eligible for special Phi Theta Kappa transfer scholarships offered by four-year colleges across the country. The Phi Theta Kappa Chapter at LaGuardia Community College is named Alpha Theta Phi and it was chartered in 1983. The Chapter, which converted from “club” to “organization” status in 2000, has been a dynamic presence on the College campus, and has been involved in a range of service and scholarly activities. Students who have earned 12 credits with a GPA of 3.50 or higher are eligible to become Phi Theta Kappa members. Qualified students are automatically invited at the end of each semester. There is a one-time membership fee of $70. To request more information, please e-mail email@example.com.
The Women’s Center: MB10 (718) 482-5188
The Women’s Center is a collaborative resource for women’s rights and gender equity for students, faculty, and staff. The Women’s Center is committed to leading with a social justice lens to meet key priorities by offering support services, as well as, developing and implementing programs, events, educational and empowering opportunities for students who identify as women, as well as, the broader college community. The Women's Center is also committed to being student-centered and ensuring that students' interests and needs guide programming and initiatives. Contact the Women's Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.laguardia.edu/Student-Services/Women-s-Center
LGBTQIA Safe Zone Hub: MB10
The LGBTQIA Safe Zone Hub is a collaborative resource for celebrating the experiences, identities, and expressions of LGBTQIA students, faculty, and staff as well as for increasing awareness about LGBTQIA issues, gender, and sexuality at LaGuardia Community College. The LGBTQIA Safe Zone Hub is committed to leading with a social justice lens to meet key priorities by offering support services, as well as, developing and implementing programs, events, educational and empowering opportunities for students who identify as LGBTQ+ or questioning, as well as, the broader college community. Contact the LGBTQIA Safe Zone Hub at email@example.com or visit www.laguardia.edu/safezonehub/.
Contact # for both WC/Hub: 718-482-5188 During remote. Google Voice: 570-218-5971
The Black Male Empowerment Cooperative Program (BMEC): M114
The BMEC program assists students in navigating the College experience. The program focuses on, but is not limited to, men of color and offers opportunities for leadership, career and personal growth through guided conversations, interactive workshops, as well as group and one-on-one mentoring. It is a comprehensive retention program with a strong emphasis on academic success and student engagement.
CREAR Futuros Program: M114
The CREAR Futuros program offers participants academic resources, peer mentoring, community support and leadership development. Through its affiliation with the Hispanic Federation, students participate in sponsored activities with prominent professionals from both public and private sectors.