Bryn Mawr Student Clubs

Clubs are listed within the following interest areas: 

All  Clubs must review and abide by all Club and Community Policies.

Starting a Club: Steps for starting a new club

1. Explore the clubs already in existence at Bryn Mawr College before starting a club. If a student finds that we do not have a club which is of interest to them they can choose to start their own club. However, the club must be different than any club already on campus.

2. Gain interest and members from the student body by hosting an event. A minimum of five members is required for any new club.

3. Once you have five members you can petition the Office of Student Activities to start a new club. Petitions are accepted in September and January and the petition form will be available on the Student Activities website during the first two weeks of each semester.

4. If funding is desired, the new club must submit a written constitution to SGA's Student Finance Committee in the beginning of the semester. Please review the Constitution Guide for a template. Constitution Guide (PDF) (Word)

5. All clubs are required to register each academic year with the Office of Student Activities at the beginning of the fall semester.



Adelante volunteer teaching STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) to students from the aclamo family center every weekend.

Contact: Fatmata Sesay



DoubleStar is Bryn Mawr’s sci-fi, fantasy, and geeky interest club! We’re here to connect students with others who share their interests and run events related to all things nerdy. We have movie nights, game nights, book discussions, dungeons and dragons games, and more! DoubleStar also helps pick out books for our very own section of Canaday Library that houses science fiction and fantasy novels. Live long and prosper!

Contact: Marion Hamilton


Erudite Post

The Erudite Post is a newspaper concerned with psychological topics but puts special emphasis on the Psychology Department at Bryn Mawr College. It offers a place for psychology and/or neuroscience students and psychology lovers to share their observations, thoughts and even publish their research!

Contact: Simona Kollarikova


Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is a program offering monthly challenges with exciting new material focusing on honing computer science skills and engaging women to take action, collaborate, create, and inspire one another. Plus, exclusive opportunities to meet with industry professionals & Girls Who Code corporate partners for professional opportunities and workshops.

Contact: Minolta Ndlovu


Owl Investment Group

The Owl Investment Group is a student-led organization at Bryn Mawr College, aiming to help expose those interested in investment to the market through theories and hands-on practices. The club offers diversified opportunities, including portfolio management, market analysis sessions, stock pitch workshops, and talks held by alums.

Contact: Dylan Su


Pre-Health Society

To inform and educate students about the different aspects of furthering education and career choices in the medical field as well as related occupations in healthcare.

Contact: Amina C. Choudhry


Pre-Law Society

The Bryn Mawr College Pre-Law Society is dedicated to fostering our student’s legal aspirations. We seek to provide an intellectually stimulating and positive environment for legal-minded students and student who share passion to discuss matters of law, ethics, government and various other issues of interest. The society aims to assist students interested in pursuing legal education by providing information and resources related to law school admission and LSAT preparation, as well as networking and educational opportunities with individuals involved in the legal profession.

Contact: Morgan Nash


Society of Physics Students (SPS)

The purpose of this club is to create a Bryn Mawr chapter of the Society of Physics Students, an organization created by the American Institute of Physics to encourage fellowship between physics students and increase interest in the field. This club will act as a place for students interested in physics to gather and promote fellowship between other physics students through the Society of Physics Students organization. Additionally, we will host outreach events to advertise different opportunities in physics and different ways to connect.  

Contact: Julia Moylan


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Association of International Students

AIS is an organization open to both, international and domestic students in the Bryn Mawr community. The club believes in the spirit of integration, and exists to allow international students a supportive network which aids in their understanding of the United States, its environment and culture. We teach students how to navigate being away from home, and foster a sense of unity between all members. Club membership entails having access to resources for international students to understand processes and concepts such as OPT, Health Insurance, Travel Endorsements and how to grapple English as a second language. Members are also given opportunities for community engagement; our meetings are platforms for open dialogue that enable students to educate the community about their home countries while simultaneously learning about others. This year, we plan to branch out the ties of our network to other International Student Organizations and Support Groups in the TriCo.

Contact: Kitty Shi



The purpose of this organization is to create an awareness of the diverse cultures of Africa and the Caribbean in order to educate the Bryn Mawr community. It is to articulate and promote the needs of students of African and Caribbean descent on campus to the administration. It should foster a community for the latter mentioned students on campus.

Contact: Saeina Charles


Bi-Co Asian Adoptee Club

The Asian Adoptees Club is a space for Asian adoptees to reconnect and explore their heritage while forming a strong sense of community. We will hold monthly meetings with Asian food and trips to Philadelphia's Chinatown and other relevant cultural sites.

Contact: Eryn Peritz


Bi-Co Genshin

The purpose of this organization shall be to hold a space for Bi-Co members who play or are interested in the open-world action RPG Genshin Impact to meet, connect and play with other people who have similar interests. The club will hold weekly meetings for players to de-stress with their favorite games and discuss current events and updates within the Genshin Impact and gaming community in a safe and welcoming environment.

Contact: Kass Zhang


Bryn Mawr College Asian Students Association

The Bryn Mawr Asian Students Association (ASA), is a space for Asian-identifying students, including but not limited to East Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islanders.

We aim to embrace the multiplicity of cultures and identities falling under the Asian umbrella, to discuss cultural, social, and political aspects relevant to our identities, and to strengthen connections in current and past members of ASA.

We represent the diversity of Asian and Asian American cultures, experiences, and identities with our members and the broader Bryn Mawr community. Our club celebrates Asian holidays, creates critical dialogue on relevant issues, hosts an annual culture show, and provides networking opportunities with past ASA and Bryn Mawr alumni.

We also organize community discussions centered on API/A issues, and collaborate with other Alliance of Multicultural Organization (AMO) groups on campus. Our work outside of campus, which includes our involvement with the Tri-College Asian community, fosters support and cultivates new connections –promoting more political activism among our student body.

Contact: Elizabeth Nuth


Bryn Mawr Mock Trial

Bryn Mawr College Mock Trial was founded in 2018 and is proud to compete as a member of the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA). We compete in collegiate tournaments as a team of attorneys and witnesses. During meetings, we analyze the case, as well as develop questions, speeches, and strategy, while practicing our roles for competition. If you’re interested in improving your critical thinking, public speaking, writing, and legal analysis skills in a fun, engaging environment, then Mock Trial is the club for you!

Contact: Audrey Grace


Café y Arte

Cafe y Arte (Coffee & Art) is a club where coffee enthusiasts can come to destress and experience the healing properties of art. We want to expand our knowledge of what it means to create, including exploring the fine and culinary arts. Through the club, members will have opportunities to learn more about local art and coffee in the Philadelphia area. We plan to revive the exhibition space in the Lusty Cup, Bryn Mawr's student-run cafe, and collaborate on possible events for the student body. In correspondence with the Lusty Cup's mission as BIPOC and queer focused space, the club will dedicate itself to amplifying the voices of QTBIPOC artists on campus.

Contact: Ashley Guevara


Chinese Student & Scholar Association (CSSA)

CSSA is one of the affinity groups at Bryn Mawr. We aim to provide a platform for the general public to truly understand Chinese culture and for Chinese International students to integrate themselves into the community. We present the student body as well as faculty an opportunity to learn more of the Chinese culture outside of a classroom environment and cooperate with the Admission Office and Career Engagement Office to help every member explore their career interest and future path. There are various fun activities and many career panels throughout the year.

Contact: Priscilla Zhao


Japanese Student Association (JSA)

We hope to spread awareness to the Bi-Co community about Japanese and Japanese-American culture. We hope to do this by holding both interactive and educational events to help expand the community’s knowledge about different aspects of Japanese culture, such as history, culinary arts, traditional arts, and pop culture. Through other social and cultural events, we hope to be able to provide networking opportunities with other JSA’s in the great Philadelphia area. Through our activities we aim to provide our community with a more comprehensive view of Japan. 

Contact: Yui Kosukegawa


Korean Student Association (KSA)

Bryn Mawr Korean Student Association (KSA) is a student-run organization at Bryn Mawr College. We hope to foster a community among students who identify as Korean, Korean-American, and/or share an interest in Korean culture and issues. KSA focuses on raising awareness for the greater Bryn Mawr community on Korean culture, issues facing the Korean community, and establishing an understanding of the different Korean identities.

Contact: Gillyoung Koh


Middle Eastern & North African Students Association (MENA)

The purpose of this organization shall be to provide a shared and safe space for students of Middle Eastern and North African descent on campus, aiming to increase campus-wide knowledge and acceptance of Middle Eastern and North African culture through the funding of events during Middle Eastern Heritage Month, Persian New Year, etc.

Contact: Mana Sadeghi



Mujeres* is a organization at BMC, bringing awareness to issues impacting Latinx community and uplifting the diverse cultures within Latinidad.

Contact: Leslie Torres



The purpose of The Sisterhood is to support all students who self-identify with and or express interest in the African Diaspora and attend Bryn Mawr College. We also provide a forum for our members to discuss any individual or collective concerns, be they academic, social, political or personal. The Sisterhood aims to build stronger relations with other cultural groups on campus and those of nearby colleges and universities through networking and increased social, political and cultural activities. 

Contact: Beza Wondwossen


South Asian Students

Together, we as a group of South Asian students on Bryn Mawr campus, wish to celebrate the beautiful and colorful South Asian culture and become each other’s home away from home.

Contact: Aashna Dolwani


Tri-Co Creative Writing Association

On my first day, my Creative Writing Professor told me: “The most important thing you can do is find a group of people who you trust to give you feedback on your work.” How do we find these people? The Tri-Co Creative Writing Association’s goal is to provide a safe space for people who enjoy creative writing, no matter the genre or experience level! We connect peer readers, have writing workshops, and attend readings and conferences. We hope to foster a welcoming and encouraging intercollege writing community, providing a support system at college and beyond.

Contact: Raquel Martinez


Vietnamese Student Association

Vietnamese Student Association is a club specifically for students with Vietnamese heritage, but anyone interested is welcome to join. Primarily, we form a network to support Vietnamese students in their transition to college life. Secondary, we organize food workshops and open-mic shows to celebrate Vietnamese cuisines and culture. We also hold regular meetings to foster bonding between group members.

Contact: Lucy Nguyen



Zami is home to Bryn Mawr College's BIPOC Queer students. We’re a community based group focused on inclusion, diversity, as well as discovering and embracing our identities.

Contact: Romelia Guerrero 




Art Club

Art Club is an open community space for everyone on campus, enriching the campus with arts and crafts. We provide a fun, carefree space for people to connect with others, relax, and express themselves. Additionally, we facilitate events where people can invest in their arts and crafts interest. We are coming up with creative solutions to navigate the new social and safety challenges presented by COVID19

Contact: Tessa Eisen


Craft Collective

Craft Collective is a creative space for students to craft, collage and collaborate using multimedia art as an outlet for self expression. We make art that feels good and is necessary.

Contact: Amara Gregorek


Knitting & Crochet Club

The Knitting and Crochet Club seeks to provide resources and community for everyone who is involved with knitting and crocheting. We offer supplies, lessons, and a relaxing space to work on your projects and make new friends.

Contact: Stephanie Lichtenstein



The purpose of this organization shall be to to create a space for students to relieve stress and exercise their creative energies by crafting items in miniature. These types of crafts will allow students to develop patience, learn new hobbies, and feel a sense of accomplishment at creating and finishing various projects, thereby boosting their confidence and happiness.

Contact: Hong Dang


Overbrook Art Club

The coordinators plan projects and the role of volunteers is to to help the children make crafts by handing out supplies, answering questions, spending time with the children, and making the project alongside them. Volunteers don’t need any previous experience with teaching or making art.

Contact: Tatiana Perez


Awareness and Advocacy


The purpose of this organization shall be to support & empower the neurodivergent community at Bryn Mawr & Haverford Colleges, and to raise awareness of disability issues on our campuses.

Contact: Elise Seery


Amnesty International

Our work protects and empowers people – from abolishing the death penalty to protecting sexual and reproductive rights, and from combatting discrimination to defending refugees and migrants' rights. We speak out for anyone and everyone whose freedom and dignity are under threat.

Contact: Kamalini Sengupta


AMO Coordinators

The Alliance of Multicultural Organizations (AMO) is an organization that functions out the Pensby Center, whose purpose is to be a resource to the affinity organizations at Bryn Mawr College. It functions as an alliance between these groups, and gives members a forum to offer support to one another in an effort to create a more diverse community. Through workshops, discussions, and working with the Pensby Center staff the goal of the AMO is to help each organization fulfill their mission statement, and create a lasting impact on the Bryn Mawr Community.

Contact: Breanna Brown


Bryn Mawr's Feminist Coalition (Fem-Co)

Bryn Mawr's Feminist Coalition (Fem-Co) is open to all BMC students to establish a broad constituency to work in pursuit of feminist ideals -- social, political, and economic equality of genders, to study and act on national, campus, and local feminist issues and concerns, to provide leadership and career building opportunities for feminist students, and to educate the community about feminist issues.

Contact: Keyla Benitez


Cruelty-Free at BMC

Cruelty-Free at BMC is a club focused on reducing the abuse of animals raised for food. Through campus and personal action, we hope to foster a community, conversation, and lifestyle that ends the suffering of farmed animals.

Contact: Hannah Cosgrove


Students for Justice in Palestine

The Bryn Mawr and Haverford chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine was founded on November 15, 2021, dedicated to supporting the Palestinian struggle for liberation.

We are seeking to build a coalition that will use our collective power to amplify the Palestinian cause through informative group discussions, panels, divestment and boycott campaigns, and other actions in solidarity with groups in the greater Philly area.

We aim to educate students about human rights violations committed by Israel in its occupation of the West Bank, its blockade on Gaza, and its racist state apparatus.

Contact: Madeline Kessler


Social Justice Movie Club

Join us to watch movies based on different areas of social justice followed by meaningful conversations about those topics!

Contact: Amanda Blatz


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Bryn Mawr Self-Government Association (SGA)

The Self-Government Association (often referred to as SGA) is the self-governing body of the undergraduate students of Bryn Mawr College. Students practice self-governance which allows them to create rules and principles for the members of SGA to abide by. All Bryn Mawr College undergraduate students are automatically members of the Self-Government Association. Therefore, the Self-Government Association seeks to serve as a uniting voice for all BMC students. Students are highly encouraged to come to weekly meetings of the Representative Council every Sunday at 8:00 PM in the Campus Center, as well as attend Plenary which occurs twice a year.

Contact: Ananya Hindocha


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Bi-Co News

The Bi-College News is the historic newspaper of Bryn Mawr and Haverford College, in operation since 1909. We focus on covering a diverse array of topics in the Bi-Co community. We have an online publication multiple print issues during the school year. The Bi-Co accepts article, videos, photography and freelance submissions! We meet weekly in our office in Erdman.

Contact: Helen Ehrlich


Nimbus Creative Writing Magazine

Nimbus Magazine is Bryn Mawr College’s campus-wide literary and arts publication, issued every semester. We are passionate about providing a platform for the various kinds of creative talent at BMC and fostering a sense of community and growth among students.

Contact: Elle Thompson


Her Campus

Her Campus is a national media brand with 400+ chapters in 10+ countries. As a media brand, not only do we publish articles on our website, but we also learn how to create a brand through our presence on campus and online. We look forward to bringing brand collaborations to campus, as well as collaborating with other student groups on campus.

Contact: Ava Cappitelli


Music and Performing Arts


Afreen is a bi-co South Asian fusion dance team. We meet weekly to learn forms such as Bhangra, Bollywood, and Garba! We proudly take part in multiple performances across the tri-co and Philly!

Contact: Shaili Lotia


Bryn Mawr College Night Owls

We are the official a cappella group of Bryn Mawr that has sung a collection of songs ranging from classical to pop (sometimes even rap). We hold auditions for all members of the Bryn Mawr community. We perform for a variety of audiences including alumni, prospective students, faculty, and the larger Bryn Mawr community. We hope to continue contributing to the community of a cappella groups at Bryn Mawr and the larger tri-co.

Contact: Lucy Zheng


Bryn Mawr Kalā

Kalā is a newly-established Indian Classical dance club (Kalā means ‘art’ in Sanskrit). The goal of this club is to create a community that is passionate about learning and performing traditional Indian Classical dance styles including Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Odissi, and more!

This club welcomes all students regardless of previous dance experience & does not require an audition to join!

Contact: Ankita Jain


Capoeira Club

Capoeira is a Brazilian Martial art that incorporates dance and music. This club aims to create an inclusive environment to participate in the martial art and learn about the culture. It is open to anybody with any amount of experience!!!

Contact: Lucía Román Harter


Choom Boom

Choom Boom is a Bi-Co Kpop club that does not require auditions, but just your energy and support! We hold weekly teachings of various Kpop songs and community de-stressors within the year on Fridays at Bryn Mawr. Also, there will be opportunities to perform at Bryn Mawr and Bi-Co showcases!

Contact: Lisa Nguyen


Extreme Keys

We are the oldest acapella group on Bryn Mawr's campus! We bring together an array of Bryn Mawr voices and perform and practice contemporary music.

Contact: Mackenzie Keesor


Flute Choir

Flute Choir is a small ensemble for Bi-Co flute players (all skill levels are welcome)! We rehearse twice a week for one hour and host a concert every semester. If you play the flute, we'd love to have you!

Contact: Joy Kruse


Federation United Concert Series (FUCS)

FUCS is the bi-co's concert booking group. Founded in 2002, we are dedicated to bringing musicians and bands from diverse backgrounds and genres to come play concerts on campus. Our shows are free for all and open to all Tri-co students and their guests with ID.

Contact: Jesse Israe;



The HaverRitmo Dance Team is a Bi-Co dance group showcasing styles of dance under the Latin and African diasporas. We welcome all levels of dancers but teach and perform intermediate level dances.

Contact: Rebecca Zaletofsky


Lavender's Blue

Lavender's Blue is a fun, chill a cappella group, where we sing a variety of music from oldies and classic hits to whatever we’re in the mood for! We're open to all levels of experience, so come sing and have a fun time with us!

Contact: Catie Robinson


Looney Tunes

Hello! We're the Looney Tunes, the only Bi-Co, all-gender a cappella group. We sing a variety of music, from Daniel Caesar to Vulfpeck to Janelle Monae, and we're auditioning all voice parts this semester. Come sing with us!

MEI Chinese Dance Club

MEI is a Bi-Co club focusing on traditional and contemporary Chinese dance. We perform dances with the will of marking the highlights in China's four thousand years of history. The club opens to members with all kinds of experiences and backgrounds, and we wish to share Chinese culture and traditions proudly and openly to the Bi-Co community.

Contact: Kuankuan Hu


Noise Complaint

The purpose of this Club is to foster a close-knit community of tap lovers and to provide technical training in rhythm tap.

Contact: Rachael Sharp


Pulso Latino

The purpose of the organization is to provide the Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore communities with opportunities to learn and to practice Latin dance through instruction, guided practice, and social dancing activity. Pulso Latino will introduce the styles of Mambo, Salsa, Reggaeton, Cha-cha, Rumba, Merengue, Samba, Flamenco, Bachata, Tango, and other Latin-influenced dance styles to those who may have never had the opportunity to encounter these dances, as their instruction is often costly, and to share the culture of Latin countries through traditional food and costume.

Dedicated to the exuberance and passion of Latin culture, Pulso Latino aims to attract a multitude of dancers, regardless of ethnicity. Members will be given the opportunity to both audition for and choreograph individual pieces, which are performed at the end of each semester and during special events. Additionally, professionally instructed classes or workshops will be offered to aid the creative process, as night-clubs tend to challenge dancers differently than choreographed routines performed before an audience. Members will participate in volunteer activities involving latin dance in the surrounding community at least once per semester.

Contact: Estefania Torres


Rhythm 'n' Motion Dance Company

RnM was born from the response of several individuals who wanted to express themselves and create a community through the dance styles of the African Diaspora, but found no appropriate outlet through Swarthmore's curriculum. The group has now evolved into a Tri-College performance-based group. The styles of the African Diaspora now serve the group as an influential place mark in our history that we adhere to through the combination of current member’s diverse strengths with the styles of our founding.

Contact: Kimiye Maeshiro


Scottish Country Dance

We’re a dance club with weekly meetings that are a combination of technique instruction and social dance. We welcome anyone and everyone interested in dance or trying it for the first time. Our club is one of the few dance clubs on campus that focuses on social dance rather than performance, this gives people of all skill levels a more low-key environment to try out dancing.

Contact: Clare Ferrell


Shakespeare Performance Troupe

Shakespeare Performance Troupe is a student theater group dedicated to performing the works of William Shakespeare and other dramatic works related to the Shakespeare canon. We perform at least one play each semester, and all productions are entirely student-run.

Contact: Kit Hoskins


/Shift/ Dance Company

Shift is a contemporary focused, bi-co dance group. We were founded with the intention to offer intense training, opportunities to choreograph and perform, and a close-knit dance community to committed dancers at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges. We meet 12-16 hours/week for ballet (and other various dance genres) and contemporary technique classes and rehearsals, consisting of classes taught by members of the group, as well as dance classes offered through the Bryn Mawr Dance Department. We either host or perform in a dance concert on Haverford's campus each semester, featuring group pieces and solos. Though our main goal is provide a company where dancers can maintain and build their technique and we rehearse rigorously, we value creating a strong dance community within the bi-co, and hold frequent social activities outside the studio. Our membership is determined by audition, and we accept new members at the beginning of each academic semester. No dance experience is required, but a dance background is recommended. If you have any questions or would like more information, please use our contact below and we will be happy to answer any and all questions!

Spoon-Fed Sketch Comedy

Spoon-Fed is a sketch comedy troupe at Bryn Mawr College. We write, act in, direct, and produce shows on campus during the academic year!

Contact: Sylvia Young


Stagedoor Musical Theatre

Stagedoor Musical Theatre is dedicated to having fun -- no acting, singing, dance, or tech experience necessary! We strive to bring together anyone and everyone who enjoys musical theatre, from the hardcore theatre nerd to the casual watcher. Join us for a movie night or a discussion on which Mamma Mia film is best!

For more information, contact:

Contact: Tessa Famatigan


The Acabellas

We are a Bryn Mawr A cappella group just looking to spread the love of music!

Contact: Morgan Stevens


The Sound Track Ensemble

The purpose of this organization shall be to create an opportunity and space where musicians and vocalists can come together to play soundtracks from their favorite films and games.

Contact: Erin Kim


TriCo Mayuri 

Mayuri is the premiere and only Tri-co South Asian fusion dance team that incorporates classical Indian dance forms such as Bharatanatyam, Odissi, and Kathak; folk styles like Bhangra and Garba; and western dance styles such as Ballet, Hip Hop, Modern, and Jazz. The members of Mayuri choreograph cultural dances and perform them at various venues and events in Philadelphia.

Contact: Maya Peiris



TwisT is the BiCo's first club that brings together students whose special interests include but not limited to drumming, storytelling and free-styling. Just as the name suggests, the club operates solely on flexibility. Its core mission is to make all activities enjoyable for all its members.

Contact: Ayantae Cunningham


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BMC Democrats

Bryn Mawr Democrats offers political representation progressive students, as well as anyone that want to join. As a club, we help bring different politicians and activists to campus to speak. We also host events surrounding policy issues, where students can gain information, as well as voice their own opinions. We also help to spread information about local elections, policy issues, and work increase voter turn out for the college.

Contact: Amanda Blatz


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Bryn Mawr Hillel

Bryn Mawr College Hillel is a student run organization whose purpose is to provide opportunities to explore and celebrate Judaism and Jewish culture, and to enrich the lives of the Bryn Mawr College community and its Jewish students. Such outlets may include, but are not limited to, the provision of religious services, the sponsorship of educational events relating to Jewish issues, organization of Tikkun Olam (community service) events, and the support of events whose purpose is to bring together Jewish students on campus in a social environment focused on Jewish culture. Bryn Mawr College Hillel will endeavor to address the needs of Jewish students on campus and to encourage a sense of community between them by being pluralistic, welcoming, and inclusive.

Contact: Michelle Waksman



The Rohr Center for Jewish Life — Chabad House provides the Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore College communities with a Jewish home where all are welcome to explore and celebrate Jewish tradition and identity.

Contact: Fay Koyfman


Dharmic Students Association

We are an affinity group providing a platform for BMC students to practice Dharmic religions and raise awareness in the community about these traditions.

Contact: Darpan Chahal


Harvest Christian Fellowship (HCF)

We are a non-denominational Christian fellowship group part of a greater church called Grace Covenant Church. We strive to minister and foster relationships founded in faith. We welcome you to study and worship with us through gatherings such as our weekly Bible studies and Sunday services! We will also be having other fun activities joined with other nearby campuses (Haverford, Villanova, and Eastern).

Contact: Helen Xiu


InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Bryn Mawr InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a diverse community gathered around the vision “inspired by Jesus, excited about Jesus, loving like Jesus.” We welcome students of all backgrounds to explore faith together. We are organized as a network of Community Groups that meet weekly/monthly around campus for friendship, Bible study, prayer, and community service. We also participate in retreats with Tri-Co and students from around the greater Philadelphia area. Bryn Mawr Christian Fellowship is affiliated with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA.

Contact: Justin Tibbels


Muslim Student Association

A welcoming space for Muslim students on campus to connect with each other.

Contact: Ameera Hussain


Newman Catholic

Newman Catholic Ministry helps students to know and love Jesus Christ in a very human way, discover Jesus, and love Him in others and His creation. We have weekly meetings for prayer as well as simply hanging out! Though a small community here, we are very close knit and love spending time together at mass, in prayer, hangouts, after mass for brunch, and especially at Christmas/Easter parties. Our audience is any student of a Catholic background or who is interested in the Catholic faith. We hope to create a space for Catholic students to engage with their faith while at BMC, and fill the necessary gap of on campus ministry and mass services.

Contact: Lizzany Mayta


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Service, Activism and Outreach

Bi-Co Effective Altruism

Effective Altruism is a social movement that calls us to prioritize our efforts to help others, in order to help the most. We aim that when individuals are about to invest time or money in helping others, they will examine their options, and choose the one with the highest impact - whether they are looking to help through donations, volunteering, career decisions, social entrepreneurship, or any other means.

The movement develops and promotes practical tools and advice about prioritization of social action, and is also a thriving community where we consult with one another about how we can help others the most.

Contact: Daphne Hansell


Green Mawrter Collective

The goal of the Green Mawrter Collective is to aid Bryn Mawr in its' orientation towards a more sustainable and just future. The club aims to connect Bryn Mawr students with both local nature and local causes to work towards a greener future for all. As climate change impacts become both increasingly known and increasingly pervasive, Green Mawrter Collective acts to hold space where students can voice their concerns, ask questions, and address issues on a larger community scale.

Contact: Tatiana Perez


Hospice Volunteering

The purpose of this organization shall be to aid and give back to the hospice community, such as making birthday posters for the patients. Members will also learn more about what hospice is and how to volunteer at Compassus Hospice in Newtown Square if interested. This club will work with Compassus Hospice in Newtown Square.

Contact: Gillyoung Koh


Owl Ambassadors

Our ambassadors is a club associated with the office of admissions. I will ambassadors our student volunteers that assist with various admissions events throughout the academic year.

Contact: Katie Critchfield


Service Club

The Bryn Mawr Service Club is for students interested in serving the local community in different ways. Our activities include hosting food drives, clothing drives, bake sales etc. where money/supplies can be donated to local organizations as agreed by the group.

Contact: Zara Quraishi


Sunrise Bryn Mawr

Sunrise Bryn Mawr is a student-led organization that strives to create and promote climate justice for all. We are dedicated to creating an inclusive movement on the Bryn Mawr campus that allows for education about the climate crisis and invites all people to join in our quest to end it. Sunrise is a nation-wide, youth-led organization. Our hub coordinates with other hubs to plan rallies, marches, fundraisers while also supporting local climate organizations and actions. Our broad goals include ending the corrupting influence of fossil fuel executives in our politics, electing leaders who stand up for the health and wellbeing of people, and making climate change an urgent priority across America.

Contact: Bryn Osborne


Survivors Rise

Survivors Rise is an advocacy organization promoting the health and wellbeing of survivors of abuse and assault both on and off Bryn Mawr's campus. We meet to join together in supportive community, destress, have fun, and volunteer to help others.

Contact: Kate English


The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program recruits volunteers to complete income-tax returns for local low-income taxpayers through CADCOM, an agency in Norristown, PA with a mission "to mobilize the human and financial resources of Montgomery County by initiating, developing and administering community and economic development programs designed to provide the tools needed to achieve self-sufficiency."

Contact: Matangi Melpakkam


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Special Interest

Anime Club

The Anime Club provides a comfortable space for Bryn Mawr community members who enjoy anime (Japanese animation) to relax and meet other people on campus with the same hobbies. The club holds weekly meetings to watch, discuss, and learn about anime, runs events such as movie nights and club outings, and organizes a yearly trip to a nearby anime convention.

Contact: Venus Villon


Bi-Co Film Society

For movie lovers and newcomers alike! A club centered around offbeat and/or transgressive cinema, from all places and time periods.

Contact: Cassandra Murphy


Bryn Mawr Baking Club

The Bryn Mawr Baking Club aims to bring students together through collaboration and creation. Members work with one another to bake delicious treats and watch The Great British Baking Show once a week.

Contact: Lilly Pfister


BMC Board Games

The Board Games Club offers a space for board game enthusiasts and new comers alike to enjoy a variety of table top games. There are biweekly meetings, special events, and more!

Contact: Vy Pham


Casual Readers Club

Love to read for fun but have a hard time finding the space in your schedule to sit down with a book? Look no further - Casual Readers Club is a weekly meeting for students to read and discuss books of their choice with their peers in a comfy space with snacks provided. This is a great place to meet others who share your interests and to get book recommendations.

Contact: Autumn Soots


Cottagecore Palate

To educate our college community (Bryn Mawr & Haverford) about the local native edibles as well as land stewardship. We educate on the sustainability of foraging and the extensive health benefits of foraged edibles. We also host nature craft events that promote mental health and wellbeing.

Contact: Jordyn Strunk


EAT (Explore and Taste) Philly

EAT Philly provides all Bryn Mawr College students with the ability to explore Philadelphia via its rich food scene, while also connecting with new people on campus! Meals will occur twice a month and club members will have the opportunity to propose and vote on which eateries they wish to visit. Meetings will take place once a week, alternating between planning and actually attending meals.

Contact: Faia Kronick


Gluten Free Club

The purpose of this club is to connect gluten-free students via activities like gluten-free movie nights and bakery trips, share lifestyle tips and experiences, cook and bake together, and if members are interested, to advocate for more inclusive dining options.

Contact: Seina Martin


Historical Costume Society

The Historical Costume Society is a community for Bryn Mawr students of all experience levels that are interested in dress history, sewing, costuming, or the study of fashion. We host monthly informal sew-ins, as well as organizing costumed and educational opportunities and social events, such as teas and workshops.

Contact: Grace Richardson


 Maximum Whimsy

Maximum Whimsy is a club dedicated to turning everyday parts of campus into unusual experiences. Through creating interactive spaces, we encourage imagination, play, and adventure in the lives of the busy student body and staff at Bryn Mawr. We do a few projects every year, ending with a display that is up for all of finals week and focuses on relaxation. Help others escape the grind. Create a world of pure imagination. Come dream for a while.

Contact: Catie Robinson


Nerd House

Nerd House aims to meet unaddressed social needs of members of our community by embracing nerdiness throughout the BiCo. To accomplish this, Nerd House hosts themed weekly events, organizes special activities, and freely provides community members with a friendly, supportive, substance-free, and nerdy environment. We intentionally leave the term nerd undefined, as it encompasses a wide and growing range of interests and personalities, all of which we want to accommodate.

Contact: Talia Feshbach



Pokémawr is a community of Pokémon GO and classic Pokémon players at Bryn Mawr. During our time together, we aim to strengthen our community of Pokémon lovers by planning outings where we play our games cooperatively.

Contact: Kyra Heffernan


Poker Club

Poker club provides a casual and welcoming space for students of all skill levels to learn and play poker games. We hope to create a safe environment to enjoy playing poker and other betting games without the pressure of actual betting. There is absolutely no experience needed to join!

Contact: Grace Foresman


Sustainable Fashion Club

Our club introduces members of the Bryn Mawr community to the world of sustainable fashion. Members can learn different upcycling techniques, participate in a sustainable fashion book club, come to movie nights, join us on volunteering trips to FABSCRAP in Philadelphia (free fabric!) and develop a unique sense of personal style. We'd love to have you join us!

Contact: Clara Schilling


Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club

Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club provides a space for students to gather to and celebrate the most important meal of the day: breakfast! Our group allows for students to get together in order to nourish not only our bodies but also our souls!

Contact: Hannah Kreider



This club aims to help more people discern their ultimate value and purpose, through a spectrum of self-discovery means, from MBTI (Myers & Briggs Foundation) to divinatory practices.

Contact: Jie Ji


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BMC Judo

Judo club aim to spark student’s passion about martial art and exercise to relieve stress. It practices twice a week and is directed by experienced coach Thomas and Joe. Come and have fun while learning some moves in Judo!

Contact: Yun Jiang


BMC Outdoor Club

BMC Outdoor Club exists for students with outdoor interests including but not limited to hiking, backpacking, water sports, winter sports, climbing (multi-pitch and top-rope), and native species. There'll be weekend outdoor activities this academic year. We welcome any student to join us, and also lend out gear!

Contact: Saiqian Xiao


BMC Ski & Snowboard Club

Our club wishes to provide opportunities for students to get a few days in the winter away from campus and spend time on the mountain! Many people come from places without snow and rarely have a chance to try ski/snowboarding.

Contact: Jessica Lin


Bryn Mawr Badminton Club

The varsity team focus training and preparing students to games and tournaments.

Contact: Sarah Gao


Bryn Mawr Cheer Team

Cheerleading is more than pom poms, dance routines, and stunts; it is among the most supportive group of sports-related extracurriculars. Cheer brings together like-minded, dedicated athletes who work hard, take initiative, and have a shared goal, creating a sense of community among individuals in their common interest in rooting for the team they support.

Contact: Megan Omolo


Bryn Mawr College Athletic Alliance

As the Bryn Mawr College Athletic Alliance, we are a group of scholar athletes of Color dedicated to breaking down barriers and ensuring that all scholar athletes of Color can thrive and succeed in an inclusive, accessible environment. We aim to provide resources and spaces to empower scholar athletes of Color through their experiences, progress, and achievements. We aim to celebrate scholar athletes of Color, their accomplishments, and their contributions to Bryn Mawr Athletics and Bryn Mawr College. We aim to collaborate with other women/students on campus to uplift the voices of the often invisibilized members of Bryn Mawr College. We aim to ensure that all students are notified and aware with full transparency of the plans of BMC Athletic Administration to combat racism in athletics and the institution as a whole.

We do this to make this game, everyone’s game.

Contact: Grecia Prieto Colon


Climbing Club

The purpose of this club is to make rock climbing accessible to Bryn Mawr College students. We would like to have weekly or bi-weekly trips to Philadelphia Rock Gym (East Falls). This will allow students the opportunity to either try rock climbing for the first time, or to further develop their climbing skills. We have many students who have never had the opportunity to climb before and who are incredibly excited to get the chance. Climbing is an activity that improves quality of life and may help students lead happier, healthier lives. Not only does it significantly improve physical strength and agility, it also increases mental strength, reduces stress, teaches valuable life skills, and gives a deeper respect for the environment. We emphasize those traits not only through our weekly trips, but also through skills lessons that help beginning climbers become more thoughtful, efficient, and powerful climbers.

Contact: Siena Martin


Fencing Club

The Bryn Mawr College Fencing Club (aka the Vixens) is a competitive club that practices and teaches fencing in a supportive environment. We compete in local individual tournaments, collegiate events including the Temple Open, and team events in the Baltimore-Washington Collegiate Fencing Conference (BWCFC) in all three weapons (foil, epee, sabre). No previous experience or equipment required! Dues are required, but provisions can be made.

Contact: Emily Lazo


Gymnastics Club

We are a group of students that work out at Upper Merion Dance & Gymnastics Academy in King of Prussia, PA. The group is comprised of former competitive gymnasts, enthusiastic newcomers, and just about everything in between. We aim to open the sport to a wider audience and provide an opportunity for Bryn Mawr and Haverford students to use gymnastics and circus equipment. We will help members at any level to improve their gymnastics skills by increasing flexibility, strength, courage, and skill level.

Contact: Avalon Vanis


Laidback Runners Club

The Laid Back Runners is a collection of BMC students who love to run and have fun doing it! Our purpose is to foster a safe, loving, judgement-free community for people who love running. There is no time or distance requirement. We hope to see you there!

Contact: Sophie Khanna


Lame Ducks

To expose the Bi-Co to ice hockey and skating in a fun, low-pressure environment with varying levels of skill.

Contact: Aline Charkoudian-Rogers


Ping Pong

Ping pong club aims to gather students together to enjoy the fun of playing ping pong (aka table tennis).

Contact: Tiffany Xue



Bryn Mawr Rowing has a long-standing tradition of teaching students how to row, no experience necessary! We are a varsity team on campus training in the Fall, Winter and Spring seasons. Try out our sport this fall and see if it's what you've been missing!

Contact: Katie Ely


Sneetch Ultimate Frisbee Club

Sneetches Ultimate Frisbee is a Bi-Co club sports team open to women, trans, and, non-binary people of all ultimate frisbee skill levels. We practice 3-4 days a week and attend weekend tournaments 3-5 times a semester for regular semesters. At our core, the Sneetches value having fun and good spirit. On and off the field, the goal of the Sneetches is to be a community within the Bi-Co that actively fosters a space where everyone feels welcome, supported, and appreciated.

Contact: Lindsey Hua


Taekwondo Club

The Taekwondo Club offers classes to the students of Bryn Mawr College. Taekwondo is a Korean martial art. Taekwondo teaches self-defense and self-esteem. Taekwondo teaches punch and kicks techniques. Not only does it strengthen your body but also your mind. Taekwondo Club is open to all students with all skill levels, including beginners.

Contact: Handrin Khoja


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Student Engagement and New Student Programs

101 North Merion Avenue
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
Phone: 610-526-7331
Fax: 610-526-7324