A great place for students to make new friends and learn skills to help students run their own arts & crafts business. Students will get a chance to work with others to earn money to take educational trips, which include: art colleges, art museums, and historical sites.
Dedicated to encouraging, supporting, and involving all students in an accepting environment no matter race, gender, creed, sexuality, color, religion, or geographic group as it addresses the needs of all SWCC students.
The Leading International Honor Society for Technology. Epsilon Pi Tau recognizes academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for the technology professions.
The purpose of the Game Room is to provide, host, and encourage community events revolved around gaming (card games, board games, video games, etc.). The organization shall promote social and community involving events and gatherings, interactions and discussion. Students are welcome to swing by the student lounge located in Buchanan Hall to sign up.
The goal is to improve people’s lives, to foster awareness of human service needs via student involvement on campus and in the community, and to support students’ involvement in professional development. Membership is free and open to all students.
Non-denominational focus on fellowship, worship, and prayer to support each other, the campus, and the community. Participants have the opportunity to engage into religious retreats annually (during Fall and Spring semester), and to work on mission and service projects both on and off campus. Membership is free and open to all students.
The objectives of Lambda Alpha Epsilon are to improve criminal justice through educational activities, academic and public awareness of criminal justice issues, encourage expansion, foster professionalism in law enforcement personnel and agencies, encourage expansion of higher education, and promote high standards of ethical conduct within the criminal justice field. Membership in the association shall be composed of persons either employed in a criminal justice capacity, or a student in criminal justice or administration of justice.
The purpose of the Latent Image Club is to advance the science of radiologic technology and to promote high standards of education and training for radiology students. Members must be enrolled in the Radiology program and must be in good academic standing.
The Multimedia Club exists to further all students in the understanding and implementation of real world multimedia projects as we support club members in the discovery of their own personal skill sets. Membership is open to all students.
The OTA Club promotes occupational therapy as a health profession, sponsor student activities, facilitate communication between students and the administration of the college, and provide community services. Membership is open to all student currently enrolled in the OTA program at SWCC.
A school-sponsored, student-led group dedicated to having fun in the great outdoors. If you like to hike, canoe, kayak, backpack, mountain bike, snowboard, or just spend time in the great outdoors – this is the club for you!
A business fraternity that promotes business excellence through comparison on both state and national levels. The club also provides fellowship opportunities with academic business professionals nationwide.
Phi Theta Kappa provides the opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. For information on membership requirements and additional club details, students are encouraged to contact the club advisors.
The purpose of the Practical Nursing Club is to bring together students who are pursuing a career path of practical nursing. The focus is geared toward promoting unity and teamwork among students and faculty. Students also participate in activities such as volunteer work with children, geriatric populations, and health related organizations such as local career fairs and Relay for Life.
A federally-funded program by the Department of Education that works with first-generation, low-income students, as well as students with disabilities. The program offers assistance to those students who qualify in overcoming educational and social barriers they might face during their time spent at SWCC. Those who qualify are entitled to such services as tutoring, career exploration activities, counseling, transfer services, monthly club meetings, and educational/cultural activities both on and off campus.
The purpose of the Red Cross Club is to provide students with the opportunity to become part of one of the largest humanitarian organizations in the world, with an opportunity to make a positive impact on the campus and the community, while developing their own skills in leadership, organization, and lifesaving skills.
The Registered Nursing Club empowers future nurses through educational experiences and community service opportunities. The vision is to build strong relationships among peers, provide opportunities for community service, and to foster professionalism among students in preparation for their nursing careers.
The SGA serves as the student body’s voice at SWCC. The SGA senate is comprised of 15 senators. The club manages the Student Activities budget which supports clubs and organizations, the SWCC Series, intramural and club sports, special programs for students such as dances and other social gatherings. To qualify as a senator you must be enrolled as a full-time student for the duration of the term of office, and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA while in office.
The purpose of the SVA is to work to engage the administration, faculty, staff, and local veterans support services to improve the educational experience for all SWCC student veterans and their families.
Still can’t find what you’re looking for? You can start a club of your own! All you need is a SWCC faculty or staff advisor and a minimum of 10 students to get started.
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