Enhancing the social, cultural and educational experience for our students
“Having now been an actor and director for performances at Anna Maria, I have found theater to be a great outlet for me. Especially through theater direction, I’ve gained confidence in my ability to lead. Theater and drama have also added to my social experience here.”
Lexann Mecklenborg '17 Music Therapy Major From Londonderry, NH
“The honor of representing AMC on the basketball court brings great responsibility and reward. Athletics has enriched my college experience and allowed me to build incredible relationships over the last two years.”
Tyler Delorey '16 Men's Basketball Business Major From Worcester, MA
“My experience with Student Government at Anna Maria definitely helped me break out of my shell and build relationships with people I didn’t expect to. Plus, my role as SGA’s Publicist has provided skills and experience that will help me in my intended business career.”
Danielle Parisi '16 Student Government Association Publicist Business Major From Wilmington, MA
In addition to striving for excellence within the classroom, Anna Maria College provides a highly engaging campus experience for its students.
Concerts, plays, comedians, trips, community service, academic programs, movies, barbeques, dances and other special events help to make AMC a stimulating and fun campus to spend your college years.
Anna Maria College offers a wide range of clubs and activities that provides something for everyone. Student-led groups include:
The Student Government Association ()
The mission of the SGA is to act as a voice for the students, empowering them and acting as a resource while upholding the traditions and values of Anna Maria College. Click here (link to Student Government Association page) for more information.
ACES Club ()
The Mission of AMC A.C.E.S. is to create a safe atmosphere on campus for those students who identify as being lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, or queer/questioning. We shall do this by: advocating for the rights of these students when it is deemed necessary, conversing about current events and applicable news in the media and educating others on applicable matters. We shall do this all in good faith and with respect of all individuals on campus.
(African, Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific, Native American, and American) is an all-inclusive organization supported through the office of Multicultural Affairs. It is meant to provide support on campus to students and to help create a social environment where its members can engage in difficult dialogue on issues that affect everyone as a community. ALANA is committed to creating a more inclusive and multicultural-competent campus.
The Anna Maria Campus Activities Board serves as the programming board for AMC students. Members plan and book trips, magicians, singers, hypnotists, games, novelties, and other fun activities for Anna Maria students.
AMCATS Cheerleading Team ()
The cheerleaders promote school spirit on campus and at athletic events.
Chorus Club works to promote and organize an artistic outlet for the Anna Maria College community. By performing at schools, places of worship, civic organizations and right here at AMC, the club believes it is using its talents to truly make the community a better place.
Every class has an elected Class Board that is intended to fundraise, develop programs and coordinate communication between members of each class.
Delta Epsilon Sigma Honor Society ()
The purpose of this Society shall be to recognize academic accomplishments, to foster scholarly activities and to encourage a sense of intellectual community among its members.
Drama Club ()
Drama Club offers an outlet for creative performance. The club holds a fall production, a spring musical and many Improv events. Drama Club is open to any student and shows are free to attend.
The Drumline provides entertainment for football and basketball game.
General Education Club ()
This club brings together education majors in order to have discussions about their experiences in student teaching, internships, practicums, etc.
Glee Club ()
Glee Club is a club where students who have an interest in dancing and singing can get together to explore their passions.
Fire Science Association ()
FSA serves as the fire science students’ resource on campus for concerns, ideas, and further education. Each year, the club plans events to educate the community on fire safety. To further their own knowledge, students in the club bring in speakers and take trips. The FSA Pig Roast has become a staple during the AMC spring weekend.
The main mission of the HABACATS (Helping Advocate Building Awareness and Community Advancement through Service) is to raise building awareness and the need for community service to help the cause of homelessness and poverty. Members branch out to serve all members of the community. With various service trips including an alternative spring break trip, this club truly exemplifies the mission of the Sisters of Saint Anne. Members of the Club currently work with local organizations including Habitat for Humanity, the United Way, the Red Cross, The Little Store, Emmaus House and many more.
LEGOS (Leadership Education Growth and Development) is designed to help ALL AMC students develop leadership skills. Whether you want join the club or just attend one meeting that sparks your interest, LEGOS can help you take the next step in your future.
Literary Club ()
The Literary Club serves to enrich the minds of its fellow students with sharing, learning, producing and discovering literary works and arts of all authors foreign and domestic.
Men’s Volleyball Club ()
The Men’s Volleyball Club is a group of AMC students that meet to play volleyball and share their love of the game! They belong to a local league and compete with other colleges within New England.
Music Education Club ()
Provides a community of camaraderie for students to share in their passion for music and music education. The club helps provide educational experiences for enhancement in the field of music education. Its members represent the school in many conferences. The club also hosts campus events including karaoke and Just Dance Nights.
Music Therapy Club ()
The Music Therapy Club provides students interested in music therapy with the resources to better understand what music therapy is about. By attending conferences, such as the New England Region of the American Music Therapy Association, Passages and Massachusetts Music Therapy Alliance, students are able to network with others who are in this emerging field. Music Therapy Club also hosts open mic nights, as well as concerts.
Philosopher’s Society ()
New to AMC in 2014-15, the AMC Philosopher’s Society aims to bring together students from various academic programs to engage in friendly debate and promote the field of philosophy.
Residence Hall Council ()
Programs events in residence halls as well has helps to advocate for resident student issues.
Social Action Group ()
This club intends to promote and organize an outlet for the AMC community to reach out those in need. Some of the highlights of the club’s past year include hosting a conference and organizing a backpack drive.
Student Nurse Association ()
SNA serves as a resource for concerns relating to health and wellness. The association strives to promote the public image of nursing through involvement with the student body and community. The Student Nurse Association conducts events such as a bone marrow drive.
Student Wellness Awareness Team ()
This new club is here to promote healthy lifestyles by encouraging and promoting the awareness of wellness in the campus community. They do this through various health related programs and events.
Track Club ()
The track club strives to encourage team spirit and promote a positive relationship between students who enjoy the hobby of running.