Clubs and Organizations
Student 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. Any student may start a club. Interested students should contact the Coordinator of Student Engagement and Athletics to complete the necessary steps. Refer to the Club Resources page for more information.
Student Clubs, Honor Societies, and Organizations:
Statement of Membership
Membership in student clubs or organizations are open to all persons eligible to become members in accordance with the constitution and/or bylaws of this organization and, further, that discrimination in admission to membership in this organization on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, handicap, or national origin is specifically prohibited by Johnston Community College. Student clubs or organizations that select their members on the basis of commitment to a set of beliefs (e.g. religious or political beliefs) may limit membership and participation in the organization to students who, upon individual inquiry, affirm that they support the organization’s goals and agree with its faith, beliefs, and mission.