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Clubs and Organizations

Become a part of the student experience! With over 10 organizations on campus, find your niche, and explore the list below. Don’t see what you’re looking for? You’re in luck. All of these organizations were started by students. Contact Deirdra Johnson to see how you can bring your ideas to campus and leave a legacy!

Click each category to see what clubs we offer.

HONOR SOCIETIES

Eta Sigma Delta

Eta Sigma Delta Wor-Wic’s Eta Sigma Delta chapter of the international hospitality management honor society recognizes the scholastic and professional achievements of students and alumni in hospitality, tourism and culinary arts. Membership is open to currently-enrolled hotel-motel-restaurant management majors with a 3.0 grade point average who meet eligibility criteria for induction into the organization.

Contact Advisor: Dr. George Ojie-Ahamiojie for more information.


Phi Theta Kappa: Alpha Nu Omicron

Phi Theta Kappa: 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 3.5. Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for two-year college students.

Contact Advisor: Terry Thompson for more information.

EDUCATIONAL

Chemical Dependency Counseling Student Association

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.

Contact Advisor: Cheryl Cotten for more information.


Computer Club

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.

Contact Advisor: Michael Kelley for more information.


Criminal Justice Club

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.

Contact Advisor: Edmond O’Brien for more information.


Echoes & Visions Editorial Board

Echoes & Visions The Echoes & Visions Editorial Board provides an opportunity for students to learn how to curate submissions, sequence, layout, edit and promote a student literary journal. This club produces Echoes & Visions, the college's nationally award-winning literary journal. Membership is open to all students, alumni and employees.

Contact Advisor: Mel Reddish, Allison Bartlett for more information.


Future Educators of America (FEA) Club

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.

Contact Advisor: Kari Schamberger for more information.


Nursing Student Organization

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.

Contact Advisor: Dixie Sollazzo for more information.

ACTIVITIES

Soccer Club

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.

Contact Advisor: Ray Danieli for more information.

SPECIAL INTERESTS

Anime Club

Anime Club 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.

Contact Advisor: Kathy McIntyre for more information.


Black Student Association

The Black Student Association provides a support network for the black community at Wor-Wic and provides cultural enrichment and awareness to the campus and the community at large. Membership is open to all students and employees interested in actively working to make a change for unity by encouraging the principles of scholarship, leadership and the uplifting of the culture.




The Gaming Association

The purpose of The Gaming Association is to establish an environment in which everyone can feel welcome and be leaders while engaging in many different types of gaming. The club promotes education, self-growth and skill development through gaming in order to increase creativity, enhance literacy through collaborative storytelling and provide a healthy atmosphere for role- playing. Membership is open to students, alumni and employees interested in participating in role-playing and games.




Gay-Straight Alliance

The Gay-Straight Alliance promotes a positive and inclusive atmosphere for all people and works to combat misconceptions and prejudgments of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and intersex (LGBTQI) individuals. The Gay-Straight Alliance raises awareness of LGBTQI culture and history among students and employees. Membership is open to all students, alumni and employees.

Contact Advisor: Janice Murphy for more information.


Student Government Association

Student Government Association The Student Government Association's purpose is to establish, promote, and finance organizations and events directed toward the benefit and concerns of the students as well as to provide a student representative on designated Wor-Wic Community College committees. There are four positions available on this association and they attempt to promote student welfare and student awareness; foster recognition of student rights; promote individual responsibilities through the use of restricted democracy; sponsor out-of-class experiences which complement in-class experiences; and promote the development of student organizations.

Contact Advisor: Deirdra Johnson for more information.


Student United Way

Wor-Wic's Student United Way serves the local community by advocating, volunteering and giving in the areas of education, income and health. The club helps members grow as leaders, connect to the community and build lasting relationships among members and with the United Way movement. Membership is open to all students, alumni and employees.

Contact Advisor: Ellie Soulis for more information.


Veterans and Military Association

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. Students who have served any length of time in the U.S. Armed Forces and those now serving in the military are included in membership.

On Thursday, May 26, 2016 the WWVMA hosted the 8th annual Memorial Day Ceremony on campus. Over 100 students, staff, faculty and guests were in attendance. The ceremony included Wor-Wic Veteran and military students and the local American Legion Post.

Contact Advisor: Fred Howard for more information.


Wor-Wic Christian Community Club

Wor-Wic Christian Community Club 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.

Contact Advisor: Parshall Shockley for more information.


Contact Information

Student Success and Retention

Deirdra Johnson
Sr. Director of Student Development
410-334-2902
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