Asez stands for Save the Earth from A to Z, it is an international group that was established by the university and high school students from the World Mission Society Church of God. However, Asez provides a place where young adult leaders can join in volunteer services and academic bible seminars even if they do not attend the church. This group focuses on several projects that implement the United Nations, Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s), which is a set of goals for all communities in every country with a deadline to obtain before the year 2030. In order to accomplish those goals, we are putting it into practice through two movements called Reduce Crime Together and S.A.V.E. ASEZ promotes unity, friendship, and shares the love of a mother among all people of the global village beyond nationality, race, religion and socioeconomic. Besides volunteer activities we also provide a deeper understanding of the mysteries of the Bible through an academic point of view like historical facts and aspects of modern science.
The purpose of the New Jersey City University (NJCU) Biology Club shall be to benefit the NJCU’s community by bringing students together and encourage activities in the biological and health-related fields. The NJCU Biology Club aims to offer students many opportunities to learn more about the biological sciences, build resumes, and increase awareness about the ongoing events in the sciences. We would also like to help any student who wants to explore a biology-related career, like pre-meds, dental, graduate (Ph.D) and nursing programs, and much more. We will create a positive atmosphere for all those interested where students can participate in biology-related activities, meetings, discussions, and trips. For those interested in these events, students will also be educated about the environment and about the various biological (and related) sciences. We also strive to increase the awareness of an individual’s role and responsibilities in society by volunteering, completing charity projects, and community service.
Throughout the semester, we will also host many holidays and special event activities. Finally, our Biology Club is open to accepting all majors where everyone feels included and respected.
This club is designed to educate and inform the student body about the African diaspora and create a safe space for all minorities.
The Chemistry Club is established to engage the student body in the sciences by providing them with educational information and activities related to the science of Chemistry. It is a chapter of the American Chemical Society which is a worldwide organization dedicated to the enrichment and growth of chemistry. We invite, motivate, and encourage students to explore the many ways that chemistry connects to the world. As we provide insight for career opportunities in the fields of chemistry and expose students to the diverse chemistry community that has opportunities that can develop leadership and critical thinking skills.
NJCU Cru is a Non-Denominational Christian Organization that seeks to influence and empower students, while living the lives of significance to make a positive impact on campus. Cru at NJCU hosts incredibly powerful and dynamic weekly meetings in which there are many opportunities to engage in fellowship and conversation through and about the Word.
By doing so we hope to stimulate active thinking and interaction among students on campus. We understand that college years can be challenging but we are here to help alleviate the pressure of it all. We’d love to meet you! Our meetings are Monday’s 4:00PM (Gsub 217)
Last Friday of every month JCRU @8pm (Rutgers).
Are you an activist? Do you care about helping the Earth? Want to make effective changes and expand your resume at the same time? Then look no further! The NJCU Environmental Club is a network of students who collaborate to build a greener campus and community through volunteerism, education, and advocacy. Getting involved is easy! E-mail us at: email@example.com, or DM our Instagram page @njcu.enviroclub, to become a member and learn more.
The mission of the LGBTQIA+ Alliance is to provide a safe and social space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual students, and allies on the NJCU campus. Throughout the year, the Alliance sponsors programs and events that raise awareness, increase visibility, and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community. These events include National Coming Out Day, Lavender Graduation, and LGBT Pride Month in addition to other social, activism and service events. General membership meetings will be held biweekly during the semester. All registered NJCU undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to join the Alliance or attend Alliance events.
The Muslim Student Association (MSA) of New Jersey City University (NJCU) is created by Muslim students of diverse ethnic backgrounds who have come together to help foster an ever-expanding range of platforms for Islamic knowledge and experience by providing a safe space for the community. The foundation for the MSA’s action is based on the Quran and the Sunnah (the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH). The MSA seeks to embrace the values of Islam in a campus environment in order to meet the needs of Muslims on campus by:
a) Facilitating the growth of a strong Muslim identity at NJCU;
b) Providing and maintaining spiritual, social, and educational resources; c) Sponsoring programming and events that counteract the negative stereotypes about Islam and Muslims that are commonplace in American society;
d) And actively engaging both Muslims and non-Muslims in active discourse about current world events
Interested in doing research? Come check us out! A little bit about us: USRC is a club, created a while back, to support students in the world of research. We are committed to providing a valuable experience to undergraduate students that have an interest in research. Topics can vary from science based subjects to english to psychology to much more! We host various events throughout the semester, where you can connect and network with other people. Recently, the club decided to host summer research zoom talks. Due to the pandemic, research has been canceled over summer and so the e-board and Dr. Coleman thought this would be a good way to still "perform" or talk about research! Adding onto that, USRC hosts fundraisers, blood drives, meetings and much more! These are some of the club’s contributions to NJCU students. If any of you are interested, come and speak with USRC during New Student Orientation! Looking forward to speaking with you all! Contact info: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org