These clubs and organizations provide an opportunity for students to enhance their educational experiences. Student Life always is interested in working with students to support the creation of new student groups.
American Sign Language Club
Enhances its members’ signing abilities and promotes student awareness of the deaf.
Contact: Student Life
Black League of African-American Culture (B.L.A.C.)
Promotes the academic and personal development of African-American students.
Contact: Student Life
Child Development Club
Promotes and encourages parent/student participation in programs and services supported by the Child Development Center.
Contact: Debbie Welch
Chrysler Apprentice Program
Students train to become certified Daimler Chrysler technicians.
Contact: Scott Main
Criminal Justice Club
This club directs students who have a high interest in criminal justice/homeland security to become better acquainted with the current American criminal justice systems on federal, state, county, city and local levels.
Contact: Tom Shaheen
Raises awareness of environmental issues, promotes the recycling program on campus, and gives students an appreciation of the great outdoors.
Mu Alpha Theta
This club is a math honor society for two-year colleges. This organization promotes excellence in mathematics to the student body with activities related to PI Day, community service projects, and leadership opportunities.
Helps to educate students on health issues, provides community service, and offers support and encouragement to students as they prepare for careers in the field of nursing.
Contact: Paula Susi
Phi Theta Kappa (P.T.K.)
P.T.K. is a national honor society for two-year colleges. Members must have a Q.P.A. of 3.5 or higher and have earned at least 12 college-level credits
Psi Beta is the national honor society for students who have completed at least one course in psychology with an A or B grade and have a 3.25 Q.P.A.
Contact: Anne Louise
Student Government Board
This organization provides campus programming, community service and social activities on and off campus. It also serves as the liaison between students and administrators.
Provides group support for students with disabilities and promotes awareness of disabled people to the campus and the community.
Contact: Theresa Smochko
Teachers of Tomorrow
Provides professional, educational, and social activities that support the childcare and teaching professions.
Contact: Cyndi Syskowski
Students are studying in the automobile training program for General Motors.
Contact: George Kerlin
Students are in the training program for Ford Motor Company.
Contact: Bob Koch
The VOICE reports on all events at North Campus. It is published in conjunction with a CCAC journalism class. All students are welcome to contribute.
Contact: Rich Beighey
World Cultures Club
Works to bring students of all backgrounds together through social functions, community service projects and campus events.
Contact: Srujuna Kanjula