Student Clubs and Organizations

The unique size of our college allows students to participate in different clubs and organizations and take on leadership roles if they wish to do so. The benefits of becoming a student leader are tremendous – skills that will last a lifetime. Here are some reasons to get involved:

  • Learn new skills and use the skills you have
  • Receive awards and recognition
  • Have a sense of accomplishment
  • Build your self-esteem
  • Have a voice!
  • Meet new people
  • Leave a legacy (leave Trocaire better than you found it)
  • Transfer schools (four year schools will ask what you were involved in)
  • Build your references and make contacts

The Student Association (SA) represents the study body and acts as a liaison with the college administration. The SA will oversee all Trocaire clubs and organizations and offer opportunities to be involved on campus. The SA encourages student involvement and empowers students to pursue their own interests.

Any current Trocaire College student with a 2.0-grade point average (GPA) is eligible to become an Executive Officer (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer) or Representatives At-Large.

President: Sarah Dytschkowskyj

Treasurer: Maria Sherman

Secretary: Yadrieliz Caceres

Representatives At Large: Megan Holtz and Lisa Weyandt

Student Association

Advisor: Thomas Vane
Advisor Email:
President: Sarah Dytschkowskyj
President Email:



Advisor: Shawnte Wilson
Advisor Email:

Massage Therapy Club

Advisor: Susan Sullivan
Advisor Email:


Radiologic Technology Club

Advisor: Carol Weber
Advisor Email:


Student Nursing Association (SNA)

Advisor: GinaLynn Dake, Cheryl Catuzza, Monica Wilson
Advisor Email:,, and


Surgical Technology Club

Advisors: Brooke Rowland and Taylor Swan
Advisor Emails: and


Veteran’s Club

Advisor: Thomas Vane
Advisor Email:
President: Keiona Cannon
President Email:


Wellness Committee

Open to students and employees.  New members welcome any time.  Committee meetings are held monthly throughout the semester.

For more information on joining the Committee email:

  • Reservations to reserve SES must be made by online form
  • SES are available for use during the building hours of the Choate campus
  • When exiting ensure the window is closed, area is clean, door is closed and locked, computers are shut down, and the lights are turned off
  • The room must be left in the same condition as when you entered. All paper and food waste must be disposed of in trash bins. If something spills, please let Security know immediately
  • Shade must remain up unless campus goes into lockdown protocol
  • The room may be reserved for up to 3 hours a day and twice during one week. If no one else is waiting to use the room, individuals may stay on an hourly basis until the room is requested again.
  • The Student Life Office and Palisano Learning Center reserves the right to reassign or refuse a reservation
  • There is a 15 minute grace period in the event you cannot arrive on time. After 15 minutes, it will be available to others to use.
  • The room is available on a first come, first served basis. Priority of room reservation is as follows: student organization meetings, Palisano Learning Center appointments, student reservations
  • SES may only be reserved by Trocaire students or employees
  • SES must be reserved a minimum of 24 hours in advance
  • Doors to SES must remain locked when not in use
  • Rooms should not be left unattended for more than 5 minutes. Any items, including books, personal effects, and the like, should not be left in the room unattended. The risk of damage to or loss of unattended items is assumed by the owner. The Student Life Office is not responsible for any items left unattended
  • If a SES is unoccupied, a reservation must be made and approved before use
  • The individual booking the room is responsible for the cost of repair for any damage to the room that occurs during the period of use
  • The student booking the room is responsible for the cost of replacing any missing equipment or items from the SES that occurs during the period of use
  • Please alert the Student Life staff or the Palisano Learning Center staff if you have a concern with the room
  • Anyone failing to follow the guidelines will be asked to leave the room and may be denied future use of the room
  • All code of conduct policies found in the student handbook are applicable when using the room. Any person violating college policies will be asked to leave
  • For your own safety, sleeping in a SES is prohibited


Student Engagement Space Reservation Form

Creating a club at Trocaire is very simple. All you need is:

  • A purpose for the club
  • A club president
  • A club treasurer
  • A club advisor who is a Trocaire College faculty or staff member
  • 3 members

Complete the application by clicking the link below. Please allow for up to 5 business days for Student Association to respond to your application.


Club Charter Form

ContactTom Vane

For more information about Student Clubs & Organizations please contact:

Thomas Vane
Director of Student Engagement