Great Bay recognizes the many benefits of getting involved with clubs and organizations.  Among the potential benefits are leadership, skill and intellectual development, cultural enrichment, and increased service and social opportunities. We encourage you to get involved and we will be with you every step of the way!

Art Club

The primary purpose of the Art Club is to provide the greater GBCC community with a forum to participate in and appreciate the visual and performing arts, as well as give a space to create art without the pressure of an academic class or graded atmosphere. For more information, contact Tom Devaney at [email protected].

Badminton Club

The Badminton Club strives to provide an environment that is both fun and challenging, while also helping our members to grow and develop as players. The club wants to bring together individuals who share a common interest and a passion for participating in and promoting recreational badminton. All skill levels are welcome to join the Badminton Club and explore more about badminton and one another. The Badminton Club may also be a platform for members to become physically fit and mentally well in pursuing a positive quality of life through badminton as a sport. The long-term goal of the club is to promote badminton to be a well-known sport in our community. Contact Club Advisor Erik Hinnov [email protected] for more information. 

Board Game Club

Gimme a B! B! Give me an oard! oard! What does that spell? Board Game Club! Do you dream about playing board games but don’t know anyone who plays? Join the Board Game Club, where we try different games every week – newcomers welcome! Contact Sam Claussen at [email protected] for more information.

Great Bay Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association serves as the governing organization for the GBCC student body. SGA manages an annual budget that funds student activities, student clubs and organizations and the Student Success Center. SGA meets weekly. If you are interested in SGA contact Brittanie Mulkigian – [email protected].

Great Bay Student Nurses Association (GBSNA)

GBSNA is an organization that serves to represent and mentor students who want to work toward their initial licensure as registered nurses. Contact Club Advisor Nancy DeSotto at [email protected] for more information.

Great Bay Student Veterans Organization (GBSVO)

GBSVO is a non-partisan organization that brings students together through shared respect, experiences, and a desire to help our nation’s heroes; many of whom are our students. Contact Club Facilitator Steve Dockery at [email protected] for more information.

International Club

Are you interested in learning more about different cultures from around the world? Our International Club plans enriching experiences for students to share their cultures with others. Contact Siri Dumont or Club Advisor Christopher Blackington for more information.

Kappa Beta Delta (KBD) Honor Society

KBD is made up of a group of students who are academically accomplished and enjoy serving their community. Contact Lynda Bonneau at [email protected] for more information.

Outdoor Adventure Klub (OAK)

If you enjoy the outdoors, then take advantage of the hiking, biking, skiing, fishing, rock climbing, canoeing, and trail maintenance experiences OAK coordinates for our students. Contact Club Advisors Mike Harrison at [email protected] or Bob O’Brien at [email protected] for more information.

P.A.C. (Pride Alliance Club)

P.A.C. (Pride Alliance Club) is a group for LGBTQIA+ community members and supportive allies.  Pride Alliance fosters queer friendship and representation at GBCC. Looking for community at your community college? Contact our advisor Sam Claussen at [email protected] for more information.

STEM Club (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

The STEM Club provides exciting opportunities for you to learn more about the STEM field and careers. Contact Club Advisors Mike Gordon at [email protected] or John Mannarini at [email protected] for more information.

Veterinary Technician Club (Vet. Tech.)

In addition to promoting the competent care and treatment of animals, the Vet. Tech club enhances the clinical education and career development for Veterinary Technician program students. Contact Club Advisor Bonnie Miller at [email protected] for more information.

Have an idea for a new club? Starting a club is simple! For more information contact Brian Scott: [email protected].