Fun, games—and a whole lot more

At Mount Ida, we believe that the knowledge you gain outside of the classroom is a critical part of your personal growth. We also believe in having a little fun. To that end, we offer a wide variety of student clubs and activities for you to enjoy. Whether you’re interested in meeting like-minded friends or learning something new, we’ve got something for you.


American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA): AIGA’s mission is to advance designing as a professional craft, strategic tool and vital cultural force.  AIGA is the professional association for design, is the premier place for design – to discover it, discuss it, understand it, appreciate it, be inspired by it.

Associated Student Government (ASG): ASG’s mission is to be the voice of the student body by having representation from all of the student body. ASG works openly with students and the Mount Ida College administration to create positive change.

Black Student Achievement Coalition (BSAC): BSAC’s mission is to have open dialogue and reflection on Black history and events/issues going on in the black community.  We also like to have discussions on not only issues in the Black community but around the world.

Campus Activities Board (CAB): We RUN MIC by creating memorable extra-curricular experiences that enhance personal growth, social engagement, and Mustang pride.

Criminal Justice/Forensic Science Organization (CJFS): To provide an opportunity for students who are interested in Criminal Justice and Forensic Science.  Students will explore opportunities in these fields of study through educational workshops, meeting exercises, field trips and guest speakers.

DECA: DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.

Diverse Nations United (DNU): Diverse Nations United consists of a group of students who are determined to bring unity to the campus. We are a group of open-minded people who are trying to make a difference campus-wide as well as in people’s everyday lives.

Dramatis Populus (DramPop): Dramatis Populus seeks to encourage and refine the artistic expression of all members of our organization – from the performers to designers, we strive to connect our community through entertainment and shed understanding into performing arts. We will take command of our stories and talents to share them with our community.

Harmonix A cappella Group: Our main objective is to bring music and culture to Mount Ida College. Music is a beautiful way to bring people together and we want to share our love for music with others.

Interior Design Society (IDS): The Interior Design Society welcomes anybody who is interested in being a creative, outgoing designer.

International Students Association (ISA): To bring together international and domestic students to organize activities and groups in the Boston area and on Mount Ida’s campus. We will learn about all members’ cultures along with other students’ cultures.

Moda, Mount Ida Fashion Organization (Moda): For students who are interested in the fashion industry.

Mount Ida Gaming Organization (MIGO): A club where anyone can come to play various types of games, including, but not limited to, board, card and video games.

Mount Ida Step Team (MIST): The Mount Ida Step Team was created to teach others a different form of dance.  It’s for all those who are interested in step dancing.

Notorious Behavior – Mount Ida College Dance Team: We come together to entertain and better one another in the art of dance. The Dance Team is not only limited to one style of dance, but many styles.

Pre-Med Organization: The purpose of this club is to study chemical, physical and biological sciences.  Focus is based on test prep for pre-professional students.  Club is focused on helping any science students during meeting times.

Psychology Club: The purpose of the Psychology Club is to foster leadership development through the coordination of educational and awareness projects.  Our goal is to give back to the community while further educating ourselves and others on all aspects of Psychology.

Queer Alliance (QA): Queer Alliance strives to provide support and resources for members of the LGBTQIAP+ community on campus through programs, meetings and events.

Student Activists for Environmental Sustainability (SAFES): Dedicated to helping the environment and the animals in it, by educating the community to be environmentally friendly.

Student Association for Latino and Supporting Americans (SALSA): SALSA’s mission is to educate the college community about the different cultures that exist among the Latino community by promoting music, food, dialects and traditions.

The Guide Mentoring Program: A partnership with the West Roxbury Urban Science High School where Mount Ida students will empower, motivate, and encourage high school students

US Green Building Council (USGBC): To foster scientific study/research in the field of environmentally sustainable buildings.  To develop better public understanding and appreciation of the challenges and solution posed by this research.  The group is a chapter of a national organization.

Volunteers in Action (VIA): To foster the concept of and promote participation in community service programs.

For more information about these organizations, or to start your own, contact Gregg Grenier, Coordinator of Student Organizations and Campus Programming