Clinton Community College life does not begin and end in the classroom. It also includes
involvement in student activities.
Clinton Community College offers a wide variety of opportunities for students wishing to participate in students activities. These activities can help round out your education as well as provide a break from studies and a chance to meet new friends.
- Student Success Center and Peer Tutoring
- Small Group Sessions
- TLC - The Leadership Connection
- Student Senate
- Chi Alpha
- Dance Club
- Drama/Fine Arts Club
- Fiber Arts Club
- Journalism - The Gallery
- S.N.A.P (Student Networking and Programming Club)
- Gaming Club
- Graphic Arts/Printer Club
- Nursing Club
- Phi Beta Lambda
- Phi Theta Kappa
- River Talk
- Student Veterans of America
The Student Senate provides funding for the programs in this brochure. Your involvement in the various activities on campus is strongly encouraged.
The Student Success Center, Room 104, helps students with assignments and your study skills. The tutors are Clinton Community College students who are available to help you with studies, particularly if you're running into some rough spots. The service is totally free of charge and open to all of our students. Drop into the Student Success Center, Room 104, and let the Student Success Center staff help you succeed in your studies.
Come discover how you learn so you can make the most of your time class and your study time. Also discover where you should study. Learn specific ways to study using your personal learning style. Receive handouts that can help you study efficiently and effectively. Learn some tips on how to reduce stress and make efficient use of your time while juggling your roles as student, employee, family member, etc. Learning test-taking skills, which are related to your learning style and attitude toward taking tests of different types. Small Group Sessions on Learning Styles, Study Skills, Time and Stress Management, and Test-Taking tips are held each semester. These Sessions are 30 minutes in length.
The Leadership Connection was established to increase awareness within the student body of the many opportunities available on campus; to provide leadership training; to enhance the unity of the clubs/organizations on campus; and to magnify the student body's involvement in ongoing campus activities. TLC sessions are held once a semester. Topics may include, but are not limited to motivation, time management, diversity, grou0p dynamics and much, much more. Sessions are open to ALL students. Come and join the fun!
Would you like to make a difference on Campus? Be a member of the Student Senate. The Senate plans, coordinates and directs a variety of events and activities throughout the year. This active, viable organization provides students with a positive educational and fun atmosphere on and off campus. Senators attend workshops and conferences throughout the state promoting Clinton Community College and gain valuable leadership and networking opportunities. Be sure to watch for your monthly calendar that highlights all the upcoming activities and events on campus!
There are a wide variety of intramural sports offered to Clinton Community College Students. With student involvement, a variety of intramurals are offered such as board game tournaments, card tournaments, volleyball, golf and bowling. For more information about intramurals and to sign up, see the Athletic Director.
Chi Alpha is an opportunity for students to gather, share stories, pray about problems and discuss biblical issues and their relevancy to contemporary life. Weekly meetings are held during the academic year and are open to the college community.
The Dance Club includes learning basic styles of dance, advanced dance, and choreographing new dances with your fellow peers at CCC. We currently meet twice a week are and are looking for new ways to increase our numbers. We have Dance Recitals once a semester and fundraisers occasionally. Future plans include community dance workshops and possibly competitions if we see it fit.
Are you interested in knitting or crocheting? Fiber Arts is a new group at CCC that gives students, faculty, and staff a creative outlet. Come and join us to learn all things fiber from knitting and crocheting to beadwork and weaving. If it is fiber related we can learn it.
This club promotes the artwork talents of our college community. These talents are displayed in several different venues such as open houses and art shows.
The Gallery is a monthly newspaper edited and written by students. It reports and provides commentary on campus life and activities.
SNAP fosters a better understanding and knowledge of computer networks and the networker's role. The Club actively participates in field trips, fund raising projects, conferences and brings guest speakers to campus.
Have you ever wanted to have your "works" published? Then the Th/ink Club is for you! Th/ink is a club that promotes original poems, stories and artwork by member of our College community. Members actively participate in the publication of the Th/ink magazine, i.e. journalism, editing, layout, and printing.
The Gaming Club offers students a chance to play board, card, roleplaying, and video games with their fellow students. The club hosts open gaming nights twice a month with special events throughout the semester. If you are interested in tabletop gaming or roleplaying games such as Dungeons and Dragons, the Gaming Club is perfect for you. Membership is open to all students. Feel free to bring non-student friends to our events.
The mission of the Graphic Arts Club is to promote the printing industry and the college to other students and the public. Membership is open to all students willing to work as a team. Activities include speaker presentations and field trip.
The Mechatronics Club helps members keep up with new development in their career fields and allows them to explore career opportunities in CAD and mechatronics. Membership is open to any person enrolled in the Engineering Technology (formerly Mechatronics) program.
The Nursing Club offers pre-nursing, freshman and sophomore nursing students an opportunity to interact and work together in a group setting. Membership is open to all pre-nursing and nursing students. Members organize group meetings for nursing students, attend nursing conferences workshops and participate in field trips related to nursing and health care.
The purpose of this organization is to promote professionalism among business students and encourage development of business leaders outside the classroom. Members may attend state, regional and national leadership conferences. Locally, PBL participates in a variety of school and community activities. gain the competitive edge, join PBL!
PTK Is an honorary fraternity for the recognition of academic achievement. Membership is earned by qualifications, honor and service. PTK recognizes and encourages scholarship among community college students and stimulates interest in continuing academic excellence.
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River Talk is a club at Clinton Community College. River Talk hosts a political Podcast put on by the students involved in the River Talk club. The club is advised by Steven Barleen.
The Student Veterans chapter is the "Boots on the Ground" the helps veterans reintegrate into campus life and succeed. Student Veterans of America is the nation's largest coalition of SVO's united under a shared vision that all student veterans will succeed in post-secondary programs and contribute to society in meaningful ways. Membership is open to all military and veteran students and their families.
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