Student Clubs

Are you looking for ways to get involved on campus? Do you have a particular skill or interest you are interested in sharing with others? Student clubs at DEREE provide students a wide selection of extracurricular activities. Below you can find all our current clubs and see what each one does on campus! Still haven’t found something that expresses you? Stop by the Office of Student Affairs for information on how to start a new club!

ACG SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) Student Hub

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The SDG Student Program (Sustainable Development Goals Student Program), founded in 2019, is the official student Hub of the Greek charter of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network. The Deree SDG Student Program is part of the global network of student hubs, where students can come together to learn about, engage with, and take action on the Sustainable Development Goals. Currently, we are working closely with SDSN Greece and SDSN Youth Greece. Students that will be involved will have the opportunity to innovate towards working for the SDGs as the Network supports all student initiatives, form partnerships with United Nations agencies and network with prestigious people. By joining the students will become members of the SDSN Network in Greece. The SDG Coordinator responsible for Deree Campus along with the Program’s members will have the opportunity to realize out of the box events to promote all SDGs.

Advisor: Rania Assariotaki, Director, Office of Sustainability – Public Affairs

Regular meeting time: TBA


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“Connecting People, Ideas and Solutions Globally” is the motto of the AFCEA student club and AFCEA International. Founded in 2009 by Deree College students, the AFCEA Student Club does not require anything more than the desire for acquiring and ethically exchanging knowledge within local and international academic and professional settings. Our goal is to disseminate knowledge to the Deree community on issues in the domains of: Information Technology, Cybersecurity, Intelligence, Business Continuity, International Relations, and Defense. As a club we strive to continue the intelligence exchange by attending conferences around the world but most importantly, hosting our own Student lead Conferences at Deree.
About AFCEA International organization:

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Manos Varouchas, Department Head, Management Information Systems
Regular meeting time: TBA
Interests: Technology, Cybersecurity, Intelligence, Business, and Defense
Skillset developed: Professional Networking, Leadership, Team Working, Technology


Aqua Club

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Just as the ocean unites our world, Aqua Club brings together Deree students who are passionate about water sports and dedicated to the preservation of our seas. Join us as we dive into fun adventures!

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Prof. Mary Cardaras, PhD, Director, The Demos Center
Interests: Scuba diving, Surfing, Beach & Underwater cleanups, Relevant certifications, other watersports
Skillset developed: Get certified at scuba diving or broaden your skills if already certified, Learn surfing, Become environmentally aware


Astronomy Club

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“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known…” and the Deree Astronomy Club supports that it may be waiting for you too!
The Deree Astronomy club is a space adventure for all students who are ready to explore the secrets of the planet system. During the club meetings, the amateur astronomers of our college will explore different branches of astronomy and attend interesting lectures about astrobiology, astrophysics etc. The Astronomy Club aims to engage student in many events and activities such as field trips to museums, observatories, stargazing nights and more. Our goal is to give students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and experience the real astronomy…but most importantly to have fun!

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Harry De Brown, FRAS Astrophysicist & Mr. Spyros Vasilopoulos, MSc Biologist
Interests: Astronomy, Astrobiology, Astrophysics, Stargazing, Astrophotography, Telescopes.
Regular Meeting Time: Every Wednesday, Activity Hour (14:30-15:30), AC 003
Skillset developed: Teamwork, Communication, Creativity, Research, Presentations, Usage of scientific equipment.

Better Days for Strays Club

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The Better Days for Strays Club aims to raise awareness in the community about animal shelters and animal welfare, particularly regarding stray dogs, and on the benefits of their interaction with humans. They assist in the realization of the ethical, social and practical needs of the Agia Paraskevi Animal Welfare Shelter [AP AWS]/Filozoiki, support the benefits of the canine-human interaction, promote the CSR initiative between ACG and Agia Paraskevi AWS/Filozoiki through social media and raise further awareness of strays’ circumstances. Club members explore how curricula learning outcomes may be facilitated through synergies with other student/college bodies and reward student engagement in the club.

Email: [email protected]
Advisors: Dr. Alexandra Jeikner, Faculty, Department of English and Modern Languages
Regular meeting time: Twice per semester, contact the club for more information.
Interests: Community service, Animals, Animal Rights
Skillset developed: Volunteerism, Team Work, Campaigning, Fundraising, Budgeting

Book Club

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Book Club aims to introduce its members to a different way of viewing literary works while inspiring and motivating them to read more in their free time. Open discussion and sharing of ideas without discrimination or judgement is fostered within this club during their weekly and monthly meetings held to talk about excerpts or entire books, movie adaptations, and even literary eras. Join one of their meetings and look for their activities on campus that include second-hand book sales and book drives.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Peter Zervos, Faculty, Department of English and Modern Languages
Regular meeting time: Every Wednesday, Activity Hour (14:30-15:30), DC 503
Interests: Reading, Writing, Oral Interpretation
Skillset developed: Analysis, Synthesis, Discussion, Presentation, Research

Broadway Club

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The Broadway Club is open to all Deree students that are interested in musical theatre. Members can practice singing, acting, dancing, but also be engaged in all the activities around the production of a musical theatre play (directing, set and costume design, lighting, etc.). Members can attend musical theatre screenings, but also live performances when conditions allow.
In our plans is to stage a complete performance of musical theatre. We regularly prepare music videos and post them on our Instagram account (@deree_broadwayclub). We are open to collaborations with other clubs.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Prof. Effi Minakoulis, Prof. Maria Milolidaki
Regular meeting time: Every Friday 14:30-15:20, CN 2102
Interests: Musical theatre, dancing, singing, acting, set and costume design, lighting
Skillset developed: Confidence, Communication, Teamwork

Business Consulting Club

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This is a club where the members will gain valuable knowledge after cooperating with professionals. Furthermore, they will obtain real-life working experience through working on projects from actual companies and corporations. Additionally, they will expand their social and professional network. Finally, we plan to attend seminars, invite guests, visit company headquarters, and discuss the latest business news.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Prof. I. Mitropoulou, Assistant Head of Marketing Department
Interests: Business counseling and solving real business problems, Business news and real-life events, Work on business projects of real companies, Attend seminars, conferences, competitions
Skillset developed: Critical thinking, Time management, Business counseling skills, Budgeting, Teamwork, Team coordination, Organizing and leading skills, Advertising and promotion, Open-mindedness, Customer experience, Agility, Professional communication

Capoiera Club

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DC CAPOEIRA is dedicated to preserving and promoting the rich heritage of Capoeira, fostering a community of respect, inclusivity, and camaraderie. We strive to instil the values of discipline, cultural appreciation, and physical well-being through the art of Capoeira, to cultivate a space where individuals of all backgrounds can come together to learn and grow through the practice of Capoeira, and to empower our members with confidence, self-expression, and a deep appreciation for the musicality and history that defines this art form.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Petropoulos Petalas, Diamantis
Regular meeting time: TBA
Interests: Rhythm, music, dance, train, complete
Skillset developed: Teamwork, Self-esteem, Cultural Diversity, Musicality, Mental and Physical Agility, Resilience, Body Strength/Condition

Cooking Club – baking, barbeque, and more…

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Welcome to Cooking Club, where passion for food brings students together in a vibrant and delicious community. Whether you are interested in cooking, baking, barbeque, exploring cuisines from all around the world, serving others through cooking or just in tasting unique dishes, Cooking Club (baking barbecue and more…) is the perfect club for you. Join the weekly meetings and participate in team/ solo food competitions, recipes execution and experiments, food tasting and learn everything about healthy lifestyles and nutrition, and how to cook sustainably and economically. Not only that! Events on and off campus, workshops with successful chefs and community service initiatives are only some of the experiences and memories a Cooking Club member will enjoy. Get ready to meet new people, get creative, and… have fun!

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Ms. Christina Drakonakis
Regular meeting time: Wednesdays, 5:45pm – 8pm – Cooking Room ⇒ Pierce
Interests: Cooking, working with others, nutrition and healthy lifestyle, socializing, international cuisines, sustainability & economic cooking, science behind food, food tasting, food styling, recipe experimenting, community service, organizing, event planning.

Skillset developed: Cooking, teamwork, nutrition and healthy lifestyle, sustainability & economic cooking, science behind food, food styling, event planning, problem solving, leadership, time management.

Cultures and Modern Languages Club

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We aim for this club to be pan-disciplinary, engaging both Greek and variety of international students. They will have the opportunity not only to practice foreign languages that they may be interested in, but also study culture in many ways. These methods may include, but are not limited to: travel discussion, foreign cuisine night, attending relevant exhibits at Athens museums, etc.


Email[email protected]
Advisor: Professor Anna Moni and Professor Marina Kolokonte
Regular meeting time: Tuesday Activity Hour
Interests: Modern language and/or Greek/foreign cultures (history, cuisine, society)

Skillset developed: Foreign language exchange, enhancement of intercultural understanding

Cyber Club

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The Cyber Club is open to all students who are interested in the IT field. It aims to cultivate a community of motivated individuals who are passionate about technology and want to enrich their academic and student-life experience at Deree. Check out the Club’s website for more information:

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. George Vardoulias, Program Coordinator, Cyber Security and Networks
Regular meeting time: Every Friday 14:30-15:30, DC 503
Interests: Cybersecurity, Software Engineering, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Information Technology, Operating Systems, Management Information Systems, Computer Networks & Telecommunications, Computing, Cryptography, Data Science.
Skillset developed: Coding, Project Management, Public Speaking, Critical Thinking, Entrepreneurship, Research, Networking, Teamwork

Dance Club

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The Dance Club seeks to promote dance as a performing art, as well as a means of creative expression and artistic teamwork through dance and movement and exploration of all forms of dance technique.

Dance Club workshops are open to the entire student body. We also enjoy fieldtrips to various performances in downtown Athens and perform original choreographies in various college events such as Orientation, Fall Festival and WinterWonderland.

We firmly believe that “DANCE IS FOR ALL.”

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Daphne Mourelou, Dance Program Coordinator Area Coordinator, Contemporary Dance Practice
Regular meeting time: Every Wednesday Activity Hour (14:30-15:30), Studio 3, Gym
Interests: Dance, Music, Arts
Skillset developed: Physical activity, Team work, Team building, Performance

Deree Debate Club

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The Debate Club aims to engage students in the art of rhetoric as practiced in British Parliamentary debating.  Deree Debate Club Invitational meets are held on campus bi-annually, while members of the club are selected annually to participate in the European Union Debate Championship and the World’s University Championship.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Solon Molho, Instructor, Department of Accounting and Finance
Regular meeting time: Every Friday, 18:30-21:00, DC 701/702
Interests: Public Speaking, Debating, Research, Travelling
Skillset developed: Presentation, Analysis, Synthesis, Research, Team work, Cultural competence

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club

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The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club aims at providing students with a better idea of the world of entrepreneurship and strives to involve its members in innovative applications, projects and ideas.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Joanna Konstantinou, Associate Lecture, MIS Department, International Hospitality and Tourism Lecturer
Regular meeting time: Every Wednesday, 14:30-15:30, AC AUD
Interests: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Business, Networking, Research, Reporting
Skillset developed: Entrepreneurship, Research, Presentation, Reporting, Networking, Team work

Fashion Club

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The Fashion Club seeks to make people more open minded by introducing them to various means of expression through fashion, thereby encouraging individual personality and personal style. It is not afraid of the critique/criticism that comes from society’s upholding particular stereotypes or taboos but welcomes dialog on them. The Fashion Club organizes events revolving around fashion, such as fashion shows, clothing donations/charities, and lectures by fashion gurus.

Email: [email protected]
Advisors: Sophie Dimitriadou, Senior Academic Advisor and Rita Dionysopoulou, Student Success Center
Regular meeting time: TBA
Interests: Fashion, Arts, Awareness Raising, Event planning
Skillset developed: Promotion, Event planning, Networking, Performance, Fundraising, Budgeting

Film Club

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The Film Club is dedicated to the art of cinema. Students who join the club are interested in watching films or participating in activities which are film-oriented. The aim of the Film Club is to create a forum for students interested in movies (either from a theoretical or practical perspective), where we can exchange ideas and share our love for cinema. Our activities vary, from watching films on campus to attending movie premiers, and visiting film institutes, exhibitions and festivals. Each year the Club also tries to organize an on-campus, short films festival for college students. Students from all academic areas are free to submit an entry.  All are welcome to join.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Melenia Arouh, Head, Department of Communication
Regular meeting time: Every Friday, 14:30-15:30 DC 706
Interests: Film, Arts, Communication, Media
Skillset developed: Analysis, Presentation, Event planning, Promotion

Gaming Club

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Gaming club was created to meet, greet and play video games with fellow students. Members are connecting with each other, playing video games and fantasy board games as well. The club’s two main goals are to build an on campus gaming community which will be part of the biggest community in the world, and also, bring several gaming related events to DEREE in which a large amount of people can join.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Ioannis Vetsikas
Regular meeting time: TBA
Interests: Gaming, Board games, New technologies
Skillset developed: Gaming, Networking

Inside Autism Club

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“Inside Autism” club’s primary objective is to raise awareness about every individual that belongs in the autism spectrum. Our aim is to create a socially inclusive and friendly environment, and embrace the uniqueness of each individual, whether they are a member or not. We wish to work on the principle of open discussion and mutual exchange of ideas and perspectives in order to facilitate interaction between our members. We wish to actively support people within the autism spectrum by organizing collaborations with corresponding affiliates and organizing fundraisers.

Email: [email protected]
Advisors: Dr. Katingo Giannoulis
Regular meeting time: Every Wednesday at 17:20
Interests: Socialization, Volunteering, Contributing to the Wellbeing of an underrepresented minority, Building Teamwork, Solidarity and Understanding
Skillset developed: Social Skills, Understanding and Acceptance, Open-mindedness, Empathy, Self-Awareness

Investment Club

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The Investment Club aims to introduce its members to Investment Principles and Best Practices through Interactive Discussions with market professionals and Workshops delivered by prominent companies.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Argyris Volis, Faculty, Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance
Interests: Real Estate, Private Equity, Consulting, Investment Banking, Entrepreneurship
Skillset Developed: Trading, Valuation, Networking

Journalism Club

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The purpose of the club is to encourage students interested in journalism to express their creativity through an online newspaper. The articles published revolve around many interests, including student life, academic, national and worldwide events, and anything regarding pop culture or sports.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. David Tucker, Associate Lecturer I in English Literature
Interests: Writing, Journalism, Research, Student Life
Skillset developed: Creativity, Communication, Writing and Research, Professionalism

MUN Club

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The purpose of the MUN Club is to encourage the development of skills useful throughout students’ lives, such as research, writing, public speaking, problem solving, consensus building, conflict resolution, compromise and cooperation. The Club also serves as a mean to extend students’ understanding of global issues while simultaneously representing and promoting DEREE nationally and internationally at conferences within academic communities.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Christof Gassenschmidt, Faculty, Department of History, Philosophy and the Ancient World
Regular meeting time: every Friday, Activity Hour, DC609
Interests: Global issues, United Nations institutional framework, International affairs, Presentation, Economic, Political, Social, Cultural issues, Human Rights, Travelling
Skillset developed: Presentation, Research, Policy-making, MUN Resolutions development, Debate, Team work, Cultural competence, Networking

Music Club

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The Music Club is open to all DEREE students with an interest in music. Members are able to perform, to discuss music topics, attend film screenings related to music, and enjoy concerts with other club members. The Music Club offers its members the opportunity to express their musical interests and even develop their performing skills.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Georgios Papageorgiou, Director, International Honors Program
Regular meeting time: Every Monday, 17:00-20:00, Music Studio
Interests: Music, Performance, Socializing, Event planning, Jamming
Skillset developed: Performance, Event planning, Promotion

Public Relations Club

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The purpose of the club is to bring together students who are interested in exploring the different fields of Public Relations, to learn the potential of a Public Relations career and share their opinions in a spirit of teamwork and creativity, and to be a means of communication and bonding, as well as a way to engage in functions of Public Relations (campaigns, strategies, tools, etc.)

Email: [email protected]  
Advisor: Dr. Emmanuel Skoulas, Dr. Grigorios Karimalis
Regular meeting time: TBA
Interests: Social Media Savvy, Event Planning and Management, Creative Minds, Enjoy Writing and Copywriting, Public Relations Management.
Skillset developed: Soft Skills, Networking, Communication Skills, Leadership Skills, Event Planning

Rainbow Alliance

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The Rainbow Alliance is a club dedicated to creating a safe space for LGBTQ+ students and Allies of the community/movement at Deree, encouraging personal growth and exploration of one’s identity. Anyone can join regardless of their gender or sexual orientation. The club also aims to organize events to support LGBTQ+ rights movements and educate the public on LGBTQ+ issues, creating a space where constructive discussions on the topic can be had, within and beyond the campus.

Email: [email protected]
Advisors: Dr. Evgenia Vagianou, Head of the Department of Information Technology and Lucy Kanatsoulis, Dean of Students & Enrollment
Regular meeting time: TBA
Interests: LGBTQ+ issues, Gender identity, Sexual orientation, Health and Social Issues
Skillset developed: Volunteerism, Campaigning, Awareness raising, Event planning, Self-awareness, Accepting diversity, Networking

Self-Awareness & Meditation Club

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The SAMC focuses on providing students with a space to develop and cultivate inner peace and balance through the practice of meditation and other inter-spiritual techniques such as reiki and qi gong. Although this club is not affiliated with any religion, it is dedicated to interfaith dialogue. Members can participate in sessions and attend seminars and lectures arranged by the Club, as well as ongoing events in Athens via the club’s affiliation with other centers.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Sophie Themelis
Regular meeting time: TBA

Social Issues Club

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The purpose of this club is to offer its members the opportunity to discuss, analyze and enhance knowledge on contemporary social issues. Members of the club will approach the aforementioned matters from an anthropological perspective, combining participant observation with museum and theater visits, documentaries, guest lectures and a fieldtrip at the end of the academic year to acquire specialized knowledge. The club shall offer its’ members a safe academic environment in which they can share their thoughts, experiences and ideas in a cooperative effort toward a personal, social and scientific development.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Dr. Eleni Konsolaki
Regular meeting time: Biweekly (every second Friday) during activity hour 14:30-15:20
Interests: Culture, Identity, Social Integration, Immigration, Human Rights, Equality, Sexism in the Workplace
Skillset developed: Anthropological/Social Knowledge on Contemporary Social Issues, Rhetorical Skills, Critical Thinking, Analytical, Interpersonal Communication Skills

Theatre in the Making Club

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The Theatre in the Making Club focuses on raising awareness of non-theater major students about the joys of theater and familiarizing them with the different components of a theatrical production through fun activities, including but not limited to improve exercises, set, costume and make up tutorials. Club members will also have the opportunity to screen plays, visit theaters and participate in playwriting exercises as well.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Prof. Katerina Nikolopoulou, Faculty, Frances Rich School of Fine and Performing Arts
Regular meeting time: Every Friday, Activity Hour (14:30-15:30), Black Box Theatre
Interests: Theater, Acting, Directing, Stagecraft, Oral interpretation
Skillset developed: Performance, Public speaking, Analysis, Synthesis

Videography Club

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The Videography Club’s main focus is to provide students with the opportunity to express themselves through the lens. Practice filmmaking, from directing, screenwriting, sound design, operation of audiovisual equipment, and social media content creation. Explore and experiment with different forms of storytelling (ex: Short films, Music videos, advertisements, corporate videos). The Videography Club also acts as a medium for other Deree clubs, organizations, and societies to showcase their work through collaborations.

Email: [email protected]
Advisor: Prof. Daniel McCormac, Faculty, Department of Communication
Regular meeting time: Every Friday Activity Hour (14:30-15:20), AC 002
Interests: Filming, Photography, Directing,  Acting, Visual storytelling, Social Media
Skillset developed: Operation of audiovisual equipment, video editing, team work, flexible creativity, decisive and problem solving leadership

Volunteer Club

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If you are interested in volunteering and offering to your community, the Deree Volunteer Club is the place for you. Here we will make helping a part of our lifestyle by establishing a mindset of altruism and cultivating a sense of involvement and solidarity. Together we will organize and participate in voluntary actions revolving around people, the environment or animals.

Email: [email protected]  
Advisor: Dr. Despina Paizi
Regular meeting time: TBA
Interests: Volunteering, community service, animals, environment, mentorship
Skillset Developed:
Volunteerism, communication, event planning, fundraising, teamwork, open-mindedness, empathy, self-awareness, campaigning

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Here are some clubs, ready to be re-activated!

Art Through Lenses Club

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Are you looking to find, discover or develop your creative side? Do you find it easier to express yourself through Arts? If yes, then the Art Through Lenses Club is for you!

Every semester, the ATL club will be combining visual arts with other types of art. In doing so, this club will grant you the opportunity to experiment, while exploring the world of it and learning about art in every field. In addition, you will be broadening your knowledge through individual and collective activities, and will end up with a wider perception of the artistic world.

Best Buddies Club

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The Best Buddies Club contains a small group of people who are interested in offering their abilities in service to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. We will be working and matching you with people who have disabilities from the Best Buddies Greece program. You will be able to create a one-to-one friendship with someone who has a disability and obligated to meet with this ‘buddy’ twice a month. Additionally, our club will try to organise fundraising events once or twice per semester to help Best Buddies Greece.

Biology Club

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The purpose of the Biology Club is to actively present to the Deree community issues of scientific relevance which they have researched. The Biology Club discusses interesting and debatable scientific issues and participates in programs such as Health Week, Wellness Experience and Psychology Week seminars. The Club also visits research centers, exhibitions and museums. The future of the Club is its members and their desire to pursue Club’s goals. Students of all majors may participate.


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We are a community of academics aiming to change the globe. We use any method required based on efficiency and cost. We do not shy away from discussions of any topic to not stifle the promotion of rationality, logic and knowledge. If you are interested in having fun or not undertaking difficulty, do NOT apply since BlanClub’s target is far from it. Curious enough? Find one of our posters and send us the answer to its proposition in order to be accepted in. You are given additional information through the deciphering process. Bare your mind; we lie ahead of you…!?

Bonsai & Urban Gardening

Consulting Club

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The Consulting Club undertakes various projects for real businesses. Small teams meet with companies that are interested in the service in order to gather information about their needs (Finance, Management, IT, etc). The teams brainstorm and come up with a solution to the problem by undertaking a specific project, which they in turn present to the company with the time frame needed.

Culture and Modern Languages Club

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We aim for this club to be pan-disciplinary, engaging both Greek and international students. They will have the opportunity not only to practice foreign languages that they may be interested in, but also study culture in many ways. These methods may include, but are not limited to: travel discussion, foreign cuisine night, attending relevant exhibits at Athens museums, etc.

Deree Advertising Club

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The purpose of this club is to foster a broader understanding and engagement with advertising, addressing students from different schools and departments who are interested in the field. Getting together, discussing, sharing and familiarizing with the products and the industry may help students acquire critical and creative skills relating to the area.

Deree Radio Club

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The Deree Radio Club “broadcasts” all week long during the Activity Hours from the Student Lounge! Love playing music? Join in the fun!

Fintech Club

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Bring together students interested in finance, technology, and their intersection. Create an environment in which they can share and gain knowledge about the way technology shapes the financial industry. All students are welcome.

Gazette Club

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The Gazette Club is a monthly publication that reports on current events and college events, while providing insight into a variety of topics of interest to students, including but not limited to entertainment, sports and fashion. Join the Gazette team and be part of the fun!

Global Citizens Club

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The Global Citizens Club is a club for both domestic and international students. It aims at fostering a culture of internationalization on campus through fun activities and events that strengthen students’ relationships. The focus of the club is on the intersection of experiences that everyone brings in and the integration of such values and characters in our College community.

Health & Social Awareness Club

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The Health and Social Awareness Club was established to inform the student body on matters concerning their health through educational material, to encourage them to participate in health-related conferences and seminars and to strengthen awareness about healthy living on campus, while fostering a sense of community among students. The HSA Club organizes lectures and events on campus, including the ACG blood drives of both semesters.

HubIT Club

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This club is here to boost students’ existing IT skills and help them develop new ones through practice in a real-world job-like environment while offering them the opportunity to participate in an activity that they are passionate about through monthly workshops and on and off campus seminars and lectures. The HubIT club is here to apply academic knowledge and gain hands-on experience, create useful technology related products and participate in educational events.

Latin Club

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The Latin Club explores Latin Culture as a whole: the music, the dance, the food, the lifestyle. Latin dancing plays a special role in this club as we meet weekly for lessons that promote a healthy lifestyle and vibrant social interactions. All are welcome in the Latin Club – join us at our weekly meeting and become part of the movement!

Oriental Dance and Cultures club

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The Oriental Club aims at exposing Deree students to the different aspects of oriental culture including dancing, culture, cuisine, traditions, fashion and more.

Photography Club

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Do you have a love of photography? Do you enjoy taking pictures? The Photography Club is a place for everyone from amateur level to pro. If you are a novice, or are experienced and knowledgeable, come share what you know with the club. You don’t have to have a professional camera, Smartphone’s are also welcome! This is about having fun, meeting people, being social and expanding our skill set in photography. We will be meeting twice a month to discuss photography tips and ideas and to compare pictures based on a theme of the week.

Poetry Club

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The Poetry Club aims to encourage students to read and write poetry. Through various projects, workshops and other events, students will have the opportunity to meet other poetry enthusiasts, get in touch with their creative side, express themselves, share their work and receive constructive criticism on it. Additional to the workshops, the club organizes events like open mics, poetry related projects to be displayed on campus and lectures by published poets.

Women Empowerment Club

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The Women Empowerment Club intends to promote discussion and progressive thinking regarding the treatment of women in society while also mobilizing students in order to incite positive action. We intend to facilitate club meetings for open group discussion regarding the upliftment of women, have book readings, host film screenings, and offer volunteer opportunities. Topics may include the influence of the patriarchy, gender norms, the male gaze, etc. Film screenings and books may concern media which offer important commentary on the role of women in 21st-century society. Volunteer opportunities may concern initiatives which help further women everywhere.

Women in Technology and Science – WiTS

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The Women in Technology and Science Club (WiTS) aims to inspire female students to pursue STEM-related degrees and careers.  The club wants to create awareness, enthusiasm, and opportunities among young women to launch successful STEM-related careers, to break stereotypes and help students build an encouraging environment for development in all areas related to technology and the sciences. The club plans to organize networking events aiming to bring together students with female professionals working in STEM related fields willing to mentor them and help them build and succeed in their careers. Any student – male or female – is welcome to join the club.

Yacht & Country Club

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Being the first of its kind in Greece, Deree’s Yacht & Country club aims to offer a safe place for students and provide them with an opportunity to learn and play the fun and stress-relieving game of golf and the opportunity to sail with other students. Through playing golf, sailing, and casually discussing about these activities, the team will practice the ideals of sportsmanship, honesty, and friendly competition. We plan on taking part in Sailing and Golfing tournaments at least once annually and provide members with a social support structure, new connections, and a social community.

For any questions or further information, contact Student Affairs
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel.: 210 600 9800, ext. 1446