Johnston Community College caters to all aspects of the student experience, both inside and outside of the classroom. Our campus offers a wide variety of experiences and support services to give students an opportunity to grow.
The mission of Student Activities is to promote intentional involvement, facilitate leadership development, and encourage student growth. We deepen the experience through enriching student organizations, offering transformative leadership programs, advising campus programming, and challenging and supporting student leaders. We work together with student organization advisors and campus/community partners to advance a student-centered co-curricular experience socially, culturally, academically, and mentally.
Whether participating in NJCAA intercollegiate athletics, using one of our many campus computer labs, or eating lunch in the Jaguar Grill, our students are finding their place at Johnston Community College!
- Assist student leaders in development from participation to production – become leaders through involvement.
- Through involvement help students to grow/develop transferable leadership skills which will be useful to student leaders beyond their time at JCC.
- Provide challenge, support and guidance to students and student organizations in providing programming, discussions and opportunities to expand world views and experience interacting with difference.
- Help students to successfully navigate college resources for planning, promoting and executing campus events and programs.
- Foster collaboration, communication and planning between student organizations and campus departments to minimize counter programming and maximize event attendance and participation
- In our mission to provide students with opportunities for involvement, our aim is to provide students with the following abilities:
- The ability to think critically and solve problems creatively
- The ability to engage in productive dialogue with individuals whose background, opinions, and world view differ from their own.
- The ability to become engaged members in their community.
- The ability to execute leadership and management skills.
- The ability to demonstrate responsibility within organizations.
- The ability to promote healthy involvement through exploring the balance between co-curricular and curricular programs through individual advising and supervision.
- The ability to participate in healthy social opportunities.