ADN Level I Club
Advisor: Mrs. Carmen Askew
The purpose of the Club shall be to promote the personal and professional growth of its members and to secure monies for educational use by club members. This clubs is open to students that have been admitted into the Nursing Program.
ADN Level II Club
Advisor: Mrs. Michelle Warren
The purpose of this Club is to enhance the knowledge of fellow members, to create a positive atmosphere for learning, and to excel to the next level of our careers. This club is open to students that are in the 2nd year of the nursing program.
Arts, Literacy and Entertainment (A.L.E.C.)
Advisor: Ms. Amber Moore
The mission of A.L.E.C. is to incorporate the appreciation of the fine arts, the wonders of the human imagination and to provide an opportunity for the students here at R-CCC to explore their interests. The A.L.E.C. members will host events that will expose students to the arts through art shows, literacy events and entertainment activities.
Advisor: Mr. Jim Messer
All students are welcome to join the student Art Club. Use the studio time to develop your art work, experiment with different media, complete class assignments, and build your portfolio content. The Art Club is a student run club with a budget to spend, so come along and get involved in making art and being part of the conversation.
The purpose of this club is to form a community of people interested in subjects related to Asian/Anime & other forms of Media. By forming this community we hope to provide the following benefits to members: having a group of similarly interested students for support; having access to more experienced students to learn from; a place for students to find groups or projects to work with; and a place for project leaders to find students willing to help.
B.O.S.S. Male Mentoring Group
Advisor: Mr. Tremaine Kwasikpui
The purpose of this club is to:
- Increase the retention and graduation rates of minority male students.
- To serve as role models for fellow students.
- To encourage academic excellence, self-esteem, and personal growth.
The club is dedicated to advancing the application of information technology, serving both professional and public interests by fostering the open interchange of information and by promoting the highest professional and ethical standards.
Criminal Justice Club
Advisor: Mrs. Karen Bell
The purpose of this club is to:
- Improve Criminal justice through educational activities.
- Promote professional, academic, and public awareness of Criminal Justice issues.
- Encourage the establishment and expansion of higher education and professional training in Criminal Justice.
- Provide a unified voice for students of Criminal Justice.
- Promote high standards of ethical conduct, professional, training, and higher education within the Criminal Justice field.
The purpose of the Early Childhood Club is to
- Show the community and our school that we are a positive and dedicated organization that provides support to our members as well as to the community at large.
- To provide honesty and respect to our fellow students.
Growing Business Leaders of R-CCC
Advisor: Mrs. Latoya Stephenson
The purpose of the Club shall be empowering business minded individuals to pursue their dreams.
Roanoke-Chowan Science Association
Advisor: Ms. Crystal Saunders
The purpose of the Roanoke-Chowan Science Association (RCSA) is to have outdoor activities that partake in a journey of Ecology and other Sciences. To invite and have discussions with people that live and work in Science/Outdoor related fields. To volunteer/participate in helping the world around us: plant trees, cleaning/building and Arboretum, or any other activity that covers our learning of Ecology and Science.
Human Services Club
Advisor: Mrs. Kimberly Harrell
The Human Services Club provides students with opportunities within the dynamic field of Human Services. These opportunities include participation in professional and educational programs, establishing and carrying out community service projects, fund raising in support of these projects, and networking with community based service providers.
The purpose of the Beta Nu Mu Chapter of Phi theta Kappa at Roanoke-Chowan Community college shall be promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership, and service and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of this College.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Advisor: Mr. Tremaine Kwasikpui
The SGA is designed to enhance the general welfare of students and to facilitate communication between the student body, the faculty, and the administration. The SGA sponsors campus-wide student activities. These activities are funded by the student activity fee paid by students at registration.
- To foster a deep respect for the dignity of work.
- To assist students in establishing realistic career goals.
- To help students attain a purposeful life.
- To create enthusiasm for learning.
- To develop leadership abilities through participation in educational, occupational, civic, recreational and social activities.
“Women of Standards” is an organization of women operating under the auspice of Lil Hope “Ladies in Leadership: Helping Other People Excel”. The organization is committed to personal and professional success through the process of sharing experiences and resources, nurturing hopes, improving futures, and providing opportunities for women to learn and grow.
Forming a Club or Organization
In order for a club to be recognized by the Roanoke Chowan Community College Student Government Association there are a few documents that must be on file as well as rules to follow.
- Find at least 7 members who are currently enrolled at Roanoke- Chowan Community College and secure their names and signatures.
- Select an advisor. A full-time faculty or staff must advise all student organizations. If you need help finding an advisor contact the Office of Student Services.
- Develop a set of bylaws. Your bylaws are the guidelines by which your organization operates. This document should contain the following sections:
- Name of the organization
- Purpose of the organization
- Criteria for membership
- Officers of the organization and their responsibilities
- The Election process
- Meeting requirements
- Faculty/Staff Advisors
- Parliamentary Rules (if applicable)
- Membership fees (local, if applicable, regional, state and national)
- Process by which the bylaws may be amended
- Meet with interested students and elect/appoint officers
- Submit Update Form with roster and bylaws to Student Development Services
- All new student organizations must be approved by the Dean of Student Services