Office of Student Activities

The Office of Student Activities works closely with the Student Government Association to:

  • Be the bridge to student involvement and leadership
  • Support active student clubs/organizations
  • Offer campus programming that advances PCCC’s diversity initiatives

The department also coordinates:

  • The New Student Orientation Program
  • Student involvement in community and civic activities
  • Leadership development opportunities for students 

We oversee programs and events at the Paterson Main Campus (PAT), Wanaque Academic Center (WAC), and Passaic Academic Center (PAC).

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Leadership Development

The Office of Student Activities offers a variety of leadership development opportunities designed to help students identify and develop their leadership skills. The leadership development program is based on multiple theories, models, and approaches. Taking advantage of these opportunities will provide students with broader educational experiences and will help students gain skills to succeed in college and in future endeavors.

• Lectures
• Workshops
• Presentations
• Retreats
• Educational Sessions
• Conferences

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association are your elected representatives who are the official voice of the student body.

SGA Executive Branch 2020-2021

Pauleen R. Coronel

President

Ana E. Villanueva Perez

Vice President

Michael J. Perez

Treasurer

Brian A. Valdivia

Secretary

SGA Legislative Branch 2020-2021

Paulo J. Almiron

Speaker (The Parliamentarian)

Guadalupe De Gaona

Senator

Edwin E. Nava

Senator

Jaileen E. Torres

Senator

Reem Abdelrahman

Senator

Yuliana Santos

Senator

SGA Committees

Clubs & Organizations

The SGA offers an array of student clubs and organizations. New clubs/organizations are regularly added according to student interest and requests. All clubs/organizations are led by students and have faculty/staff advisor(s).

Why Join a Club/Organization?

Joining a club/organization provides you with the opportunity to develop skills and add value to your college experience while at PCCC.

Participating in clubs/organizations can:

  • Assist with your personal and professional development
  • Allow you to meet new peers who share similar interests
  • Develop leadership skills

Club/organization members coordinate and implement programs, organize trips/excursions, and simply have fun.

Don’t see a club/organization of your interest? Register your club with us! 

Reasons to Register your Club/Organization:

  • On Campus Recognition
  • Funding from the Student Government Association
  • Advertisement
  • Space Reservation
  • Portal Page and Email Account
  • Leadership Development
  • Recruitment Opportunities
  • Travel Opportunities
  • Mailbox (located in the Office of Student Activities)

Clubs & Organizations 2019-2020

Orientation

PCCC’s orientation program seeks to facilitate the transition of new students into the college and provide an introduction to the intellectual, cultural, and social facets of the PCCC community. The program aims to support new students’ retention and persistence.

  • Create a welcoming environment that will enable students to meet staff, faculty, current and new students at PCCC.
  • Familiarize new incoming students with PCCC campus.
  • Promote intellectual, cultural and social membership to the PCCC community.
  • To introduce all of the students to support services offered at PCCC.
  • To provide students clear, relevant policies, procedures, and programs.

Online New Student Orientation

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Meet Your Orientation Leaders

Saideeka R. Jones, 20'

Liberal Arts Major

Dalvin M. Ortega, 20'

Computer Science Major

Andrea Egusquiza, 21'

Early Childhood Education Major

Demi D. Matos, 20'

Computer Science Major

Michael J. Perez, 20'

Electrical Engineering Major

Student Worker Staff

Game Room

The Office of Student Activities Game Room provides a recreational area designed to offer a fun getaway with the many activities available. We invite students to visit the game room to relax, release some stress and enjoy. Students can also use the game room as a lounge to study for a class, read a magazine or just meet old friends and make new friends.

As a student you can enjoy the following activities:

  • Billiards
  • Classical Board Games
  • Video Gaming
  • Watch Large Screen TV

Contact Information

OFFICE OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES
Passaic County Community College
One College Boulevard
Paterson, New Jersey 07505-1179
Phone: 973-684-7191
Email: osa@pccc.edu

PATERSON MAIN CAMPUS
Office of Student Activities
Founders Hall – Suite E102

WANAQUE ACADEMIC CENTER
Office of Student Activities
Room W136

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
Office of Student Activities
Phone: 973-684-5255
Email: sga@pccc.edu

STUDENT PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE
Office of Student Activities
Phone: 973-684-5255
Email: spc@pccc.edu

GAME ROOM
Office of Student Activities
Paterson Main Campus – Inside the GYM
Phone: 973-684-5043

ORIENTATION PROGRAM
Office of Student Activities
Phone: 973-684-7191
Email: orientation@pccc.edu

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 
Office of Student Activities
Phone: 973-684-7191
Email: osa@pccc.edu

PATERSON MAIN CAMPUS – E102

Monday             8:30am-6:00pm
Tuesday            8:30am-6:00pm
Wednesday       8:30am-6:00pm
Thursday           8:30am-6:00pm
Friday                8:30am-4:30pm

**Closed Fridays in the summer

WANAQUE ACADEMIC CENTER – W136

Monday            9:00am-4:00pm
Tuesday           Closed
Wednesday      9:00am-4:00pm
Thursday          Closed
Friday               Closed

**Closed in the summer

GAME ROOM – Inside the GYM

Monday             1:00pm-5:30pm
Tuesday            1:00pm-5:30pm
Wednesday       1:00pm-5:30pm
Thursday           1:00pm-5:30pm
Friday                1:00pm-4:00pm

**Closed in the summer