The Student Activities program at Wor-Wic Community College is based on the premise that involvement
in campus activities is an essential part of the overall college student experience. Students who become
involved are more likely to establish a solid connection with the campus, instructors and administrators.
Students who choose to hold leadership positions with the Student Government Association or a club or
organization, are provided opportunities to develop and improve a number of desirable skills including
interpersonal communication, problem solving, goal setting, and team work.
Because we understand the varied interests and the limited time that our students have, a number of
opportunities are made available for students to become involved. Students can take advantage of such
opportunities simply by attending events and activities promoted by the Student Activities office. All
activities are listed on the website calendar. Those interested in becoming more actively involved can
run for SGA office, lead an established club, begin a new club or join the team as a student ambassador.
Student Advocacy Day
WWCC students and administrators attended Maryland Community College Student Advocacy Day in Annapolis.
Students met with local shore legislators to ask for support for the Governors level funding for community colleges.
Wor-Wic students and guests participated for the first time in the Annual Snow Ball at Heritage Hills in York, PA on
Saturday, February 19, 2011. Students from Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey colleges were in attendance for a day
of snow tubing and an evening concert.
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Student Activities Team
Administrative Associate I, Human Services and Student Activities