Alpha Nu Omicron
Membership in Wor-Wic’s Alpha Nu Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is
open to all students working toward an associate degree who accumulate at
least 12 credit hours in courses at the 100 level or above and achieve a minimum
grade point average of 3.50. Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society
for two-year college students.
The purpose of the anime club is to educate its members about the roots and history of anime
and manga and to further the knowledge of Japanese culture among its members. Membership is
open to Wor-Wic students, alumni and employees.
American Society for Quality -- Student Branch
Membership in Wor-Wic’s American Society for Quality (ASQ) -- Student
Branch is open to all students who have an interest in technology careers or
issues. The ASQ -- Student Branch at Wor-Wic promotes student career
awareness, student leadership and interaction with technicians and professionals
employed in the field of quality in the local employment market.
More information may be found on their website.
The arts club sponsors extracurricular activities to promote the cultural arts,
including drama, writing, art, music and photography. “Echoes and Visions,”
the college’s creative arts journal, is published annually by the arts club. The
club also sponsors other events, such as a dessert theater, variety show, book
and bake sale, bus trips to Washington and Baltimore theaters and guest lecturers.
Membership is open to all Wor-Wic students, alumni and employees.
Association for Computing Machinery
Wor-Wic's computing machinery association promotes an increased knowledge
of and greater interest in the science, design, development, construction,
languages and applications of computers. Association members also study equipment
related to digital computing and architecture. Membership is open to all Wor-Wic students.
Chemical Dependency Counseling Student Association
The chemical dependency counseling student association is a professional
student association that promotes the interests and needs of Wor-Wic’s chemical
dependency counseling students. Membership is open to all students majoring
in chemical dependency counseling or any student interested in the field.
Membership in the computer club is open to all students enrolled in any credit
or continuing education course, as well as any credit program student who
graduated in 1985 or later.
Criminal Justice Club
The criminal justice club provides students with information about different
career choices in criminal justice, opportunities to network with students and
professionals employed in the field and with opportunities for members to
discuss issues and current events directly related to criminal justice. Membership
is open to all credit students at the college.
Future Educators of America (FEA) Club
The FEA club promotes student awareness of the field of education and the
development of future teachers. Membership is open to all students.
The gay-straight alliance promotes a positive and inclusive atmosphere for all
people, raises awareness of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender culture and
encourages individuality, growth and understanding within the college community.
Membership is open to all students, alumni and employees.
Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Student Organization
The hotel-motel-restaurant student organization plans and implements extracurricular
activities with an emphasis on learning about the hospitality industry.
Members participate in events such as an annual dessert theater, trade
shows and culinary competitions. Membership is open to all students enrolled
in the hotel-motel-restaurant management program.
Kappa Gamma Women’s Society
The Kappa Gamma Women’s Society encourages the spirit of sisterhood at
the college and promotes academic excellence and community service. Membership
is open to all currently-enrolled female students at the college.
Nursing Student Organization
Membership in the nursing student organization is open to all students who
are enrolled in the nursing program. Pre-nursing students can attend meetings
as non-voting members.
Role-Playing Game Association of Wor-Wic
The purpose of this club is to educate students about the roots of popular
games in the market today, promote creativity, enhance literacy through collaborative
storytelling and provide a healthy atmosphere for role playing. Membership is open
to currently-enrolled students, alumni and employees.
Service Corps Club
The purpose of this club is to promote volunteerism to support students who want to serve the community and to maintain good relations with the nonprofit organizations that are involved. Membership is open to all credit students at the college.
This club was established to promote the game of soccer and physical activity
to credit students at Wor-Wic, promote and emphasize the development of
teamwork and leadership skills, provide guidance to players new to the sport
and promote cooperation between the Wor-Wic team and outside teams and
organizations that encourage good sportsmanship and fair play among participants.
Membership is open to currently-enrolled credit students who have
an interest in playing soccer or in developing physical fitness and skills.
Veterans and Military Association
The Wor-Wic Veteran-Military Association (WWVMA) supports students who have served in the military or those who are currently serving in the military. WWVMA raises awareness of veterans issues and organizes events pertaining to veterans. Membership is open to all students who have served any length of time in the U.S. armed forces and for those now serving in the military.
On Thursday, November 10, 2011 the WWVMA hosted the 3nd annual Veterans Day Ceremony. Over 130 students, staff, faculty and guests were in attendance.
The celebration was lead by WWVMA president Gregory Morris, with support from fellow club officers Vice President Jonathan Avila and Secretary Heidy York. Highlights of the ceremony included a special Veterans tribute video dedicated to the students, faculty, and staff of Wor-Wic who served in the military.
The video was made by WWVMA president Greg Morris.
View the video on YouTube. Veteran tributes were read by Jonathan Avila and Heidy York.
The purpose of the organization is to educate students in the subtle art and philosophy of game design; to promote a positive social atmosphere using video games and competitive gaming as a medium; and to help alleviate stress.
Wor-Wic Christian Community
The Wor-Wic Christian Community provides regular opportunities to discuss
the Bible and to worship and pray in a group setting, providing opportunities
for fellowship, outreach and spiritual development among members.
Membership is open to all students and employees.