Participation in Student Life programming is valuable to students for several reasons. While students’ first priorities must be their academic work, we recognize that a significant part of the educational process involves students’ lives outside of the classroom. Your participation in the Student Life of the campus allows you to learn skills that will be valuable to you throughout your lifetime – both in your work-related or career life as well as in your personal life. Students involved in the Student Government Association and/or clubs have an opportunity to develop communication skills and improve their problem-solving and decision making skills.
Contact the club advisor for meetings times.
Advisor: Chris Gardner, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Student Government Association (SGA) was organized and chartered in 1967 and is responsible for governing students, assisting in the execution of institutional policies, and maintaining an appropriate image of RCC in the community. Every student is a member of SGA. If you want to be a part of any campus events and activities, in addition to having a voice in college policies, get involved with SGA. Being part of SGA is an educational experience, a great way to learn leadership and management skills. Scholarships are available for all officers.
Advisor: Marvena Rush-Wall, email@example.com, 910-410-1832
Students represent the college at different functions and help with recruiting efforts. A $500 scholarship is rewarded each semester. Students must have at least a 2.5 grade point average and be nominated by a faculty or staff member. Students must have completed or be scheduled to complete a total of 30 credit hours.
Advisor: Devon Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 910-410-1912
Campus Crusade for Christ provides students with an opportunity to explore practical biblical issues relevant to college age students today. Students and staff who have a desire to explore their personal spiritual development in a contemporary biblical world view are encouraged to attend a meeting. Activities and events include, but are not limited to; video based topical studies and group discussions.
Advisor: Michael Ordway, email@example.com 910-410-1866
Criminal Justice club is designed for students that are interested in professionalism in related careers. Some of these careers include Law Enforcement and Correctional Officers. Events and activities include but are not limited to cook-outs and food sales.
Advisor: Sheila Regan, firstname.lastname@example.org, 910-410-1908
The FLEC club is designed to encourage students in the curriculum to discover new ways to educate today’s children.
Amanda Faulk, email@example.com, 910-410-1920
Human Services Club is an opportunity for students to explore and learn more about human interaction and the meaning of being a Human Service professional. Activities include but not limited to community projects, outreach and scholarship programs. Being part of this club provides a student with a sense of community pride.
The National Society of Leadership and Success was founded in 2001 with the sole purpose of creating lasting positive change. Beginning with a handful of chapters and no membership component, the Society now reaches more than 130,000 students around the world. The Society encourages community action, volunteerism, personal growth and strong leadership from its chapters and members around the world.
Advisor: Elgin Emanuel, firstname.lastname@example.org, 910-410-1935
Phi Theta Kappa acknowledges students who work hard at keeping a high standard GPA. Students are invited to join based on their GPA. This club provides great honor and opportunities of establishing a variety of scholarships.
Advisor: Michael Fairley, email@example.com, 910-410-1860
The club’s purpose is to increase awareness of diversity. This is done by focusing on the characteristics that make each person unique, so that these unique characteristics can be celebrated.