Campus Clubs & Organizations
Campus Crusade for Christ
Serves as a place for Christian growth and fellowship. Meetings are held once per month with free lunch, live music, and relative dynamic speakers.
To provide, host, and encourage community events revolved around theatre (film, live theatre, the study of theatre arts). Promotion of social opportunities for students to experience theatre through film and live performances. Students will engage in student productions, giving the opportunity to take part in all aspects of theatre including writing and performing.
Epsilon Pi Tau
The leading international honor society for technology. It recognizes academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for the technology professions.
The Game Room Club
To provide, host, and encourage community events revolved around gaming (card games, board games, video games, etc.), and to promote social and community involvement in events and gatherings pertaining to gaming.
The purpose of the Honors Club is to be an outlet for honors students to serve campus-wide. The organization shall promote social and community involving events and gatherings, interactions and discussion, and lastly, collective bargaining. Membership is by invitation only
Lambda Alpha Epsilon
To improve criminal justice through educational activities, fostering professionalism in law enforcement personnel, agencies, academics, and public awareness of criminal justice issues. Membership is contingent upon enrollment in a criminal justice program of study.
Latent Image Club
To advance the science of radiographic technology and promote high standards of education and training for radiography students. Membership is contingent upon enrollment in Radiography and good academic standing.
Allows students to explore different genres of music while exposing them to diverse cultural experiences.
Phi Beta Lambda
The mission of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) – Phi Beta Lambda is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
Phi Theta Kappa
To provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for the exchange of ideas, lively fellowship for scholars, and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. Membership by invitation only.
Practical Nursing Club
To bring together students who are pursuing a career path of practical nursing. Focus is geared toward promoting unity and teamwork through monetary gifts of kindness and volunteer work for children and geriatric populations and other health related organizations.
A federally-funded program by the Department of Education that works with first-generation, low income, and students with disabilities. Offers assistance in overcoming educational and social barriers they might face such as tutoring, counseling, and transfer services, as well as educational/cultural activities on and off campus.
Red Cross Club
To provide students the opportunity to become part of one of the largest humanitarian organizations in the world, with an opportunity to make a positive impact on campus and in the community while developing skills in leadership, organization, and lifesaving skills.
Registered Nursing Club
To empower future nurses through educational experiences and community service opportunities. To build strong relationships among peers and through community service in preparation for their nursing career. Membership is contingent on enrollment in the Registered Nursing program and good academic standing.
To offer students the opportunity to learn, design, and build robotics. The organization shall promote teamwork and real-world work experience through robotic design and competitions. Membership is open to all students regardless of program of study.
Student Government Association (SGA)
SGA serves as the student body’s voice at SWCC. Comprised of 15 senators, to qualify you must also maintain a 2.0GPA while in office and attend weekly meetings held on Thursdays on 12:15 PM to 1:05 PM. Students must apply to the association at https://www.sw.edu/sga/application to be considered.
Student Occupational Therapy Assistant Club
To promote Occupational Therapy as a health profession, sponsor student activities, and provide community service. Membership is contingent upon enrollment in the OTA program and good academic standing.
Southwest Adventure Team (Outdoor Club)
The Southwest Adventure Team is a school sponsored, student-led group dedicated to exploring and creating adventures in the great outdoors. The primary purpose of the Southwest Adventure Team is to provide regular outdoor activities, promote interest in the outdoor activities, and encourage the practice of limited impact outdoor ethics for Southwest Virginia Community College students, faculty, and staff.
Student Veterans' Association
To engage the administration, faculty, staff, and local veterans’ support services to improved the educational experience for all SWCC student veterans and their families.
Take Action for the Benefit of Animals
The purpose of the club is to promote student involve in fundraising and volunteering at area animal shelters and veterinary clinics.
Still can't find what you're looking for? You can start a club of your own! All you need is a Southwest faculty or staff advisor and a minimum of 10 students to get started. Stop by the Recruitment Student Engagement Office in Buchanan Hall 101 and pick up an application for a new club.