Clubs and Organizations
Clubs and OrganizationsStudent Ambassador Program
JCC Clubs and OrganizationsStudent clubs and interest groups are encouraged as a means of developing common bonds or purpose and friendship between students with similar occupational and academic interests. Faculty members serve as advisors and assist student leaders in planning club programs and developing group activities.
Student organizations on campus include, but are not limited to Student Ambassadors, a chapter of Phi Beta Lambda business fraternity; a chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, international honor society of the two-year college; National Vocational and Technical Honor Society; Literary Guild; Rotaract, a globally-focused service club sponsored by Rotary International; BGLAD; and clubs for students in advertising and graphic design, associate degree nursing (Integrated), cosmetology, criminal justice, greenhouse and grounds maintenance, medical assisting, medical sonography, networking technology, paralegal, radiographic technology, and therapeutic massage.
Membership in student clubs and organizations is open to eligible curriculum students regardless of race, color, sex, disability, age, religion, or national origin.
- JCC Campus Ministries
- Multicultural Male Leadership
- Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for 2-year colleges.
Contact advisor Stephanie Hall (919-464-2376) or Lance Gooden (919-464-2375) for more information.
- Paralegal Club
- Rotaract: 'Unity in the Community' Club
- Student Ambassadors
- Student Government Association
Want to start an organization or club on campus?First, check out the process by reading the documents linked below.
- Procedure to approve Student Club
- Student Organization Funding
- Forms for Clubs and Organizations
- Procedure for Requesting Student Activity Monies- SGA, Clubs, and Athletics
- Fundraising: Selling food? Read this first!
- Want to use the Paul A. Johnston Auditorium? Click here.
Student Publication guidelinesStudent publications, either by an individual or student organization, must be approved through the appropriate organization advisor and the Vice President of Student Services before production and distribution.
All Publication Guidelines contained in the JCC Operational Policies & Procedures Manual must be followed if the student publication meets the criteria for a public document.
Student publications must not be in conflict with the Student Code of Conduct as published in the JCC Catalog.