Student clubs may be organized with the approval of the SGA and the Vice President for Student Services. Please review the Club and Organization Guidelines for information on starting a new campus club or organization. Student clubs and organizations may be related to the vocational goals of the students or may serve as civic organizations or special interest areas of students.
Arts and Culture Club (ACC) The purpose of the Arts & Culture Club is to foster community and learning through artistic endeavors and service to CCC. Our objectives are to encourage excellence in scholarship. To engage in musical and artistic community. To appreciate music and art from various cultures. To be of service to CCC and the community, whenever possible. We are a combination of Art, Music, Spanish and Drama. For more information, contact Maria Padgett.
Beta Iota Pi Chapter (ΒΙΠ) of Phi Theta Kappa (ΦΒΚ) is an international honor society of two-year college students, which emphasizes scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service. Memberships, based on a 3.5 grade point average and completion of 12 semester hours, are extended twice a year to students enrolled in a two-year program. For more information, contact Solomon Willis or Tyra Silvers.
Cleveland Community College Cosmetology Club (C-5) is an organization comprised of students interested in the field of Cosmetology. C5 promotes Cosmetology within the community and develops the skills of students. For more information, contact Wanda Gilliam.
Cleveland Community College Health and Fitness Club (HFC) The purpose of the Health and Fitness Club is to gather individuals who appreciate fitness and living a healthy lifestyle. In this club, individuals are encouraged to share their ideas and new information that will help to improve the overall health of the group and those around them. The club will promote and provide fitness opportunities every month to faculty, staff, and students. For more information, contact Whitney Cliff.
Criminal Justice Club (CJC) The purpose of the CJC is to provide students the opportunity to achieve a better understanding of the US Criminal Justice system by encouraging active engagement to support our local communities and law enforcement agencies in assessing and confronting social problems. The CJC also aims to broaden students’ knowledgebase by attending legislative sessions, judicial hearings, and networking with law enforcement personnel to achieve insight to the current state of affairs. For more information, contact Erica Ross.
Education Club is an organization comprised of students interested in promoting professionalism, high standards and excellence in the field of early childhood. This club is open to all students interested in service, fellowship, quality care and education for all young children. The organization works collaboratively with Child Care Association of Cleveland County. (Currently inactive.)
The Cleveland Community College Gaming Club (3CGC) will contribute to the campus experience by fostering a community of students who enjoy playing games, whether it be video games, board games or card games. Their objective is to create campus community and campus life through gaming. All students and alumni are invited to join. For more information contact Derek Ramsey.
Lamplighters is a club that promotes the high standards and ideals of the nursing profession. For more information contact Anne Wise.
The Medical Assisting Club (MAC) promotes the high standard and ideals of the Medical Assisting profession. For more information contact Colette Hill.
Mu Epsilon Delta (ΜΕΔ) is comprised of students within the Medical Office Administration Curriculum. The club’s purpose is to broaden the students’ awareness and interest in the medical environment by engaging in educational and civic projects. For more information contact Denise Arrowood.
National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) is a national organization with the goal of honoring outstanding technical college students. It will also encourage and assist technical students in the pursuit of their educational and career goals. For more information contact advisors: Susan Randall or Rodney Cobb.
Radiography Club (RAD) promotes the high standard and ideals of the Radiography profession. For more information contact Lee Ann Mayse.