Student Organizations

Student Organizations are an integral part of the educational experience. Current CCC Student Organizations are listed below:

Academic Challenge: is a Kansas community college quiz bowl competition.  Questions for the competition follow the general education curriculum common to Kansas community colleges and are similar in style to NAQT.

Agriculture Club: open to all students who have an interest in agriculture.  Major activities of the club include social events and field trips involving agriculture.  

Business Professionals of America: is for any student currently enrolled in a business, office or business education course or program.  The program encourages leadership, professionalism, poise, dependability, and competency.  

Collegiate Farm Bureau Club: provides students with the opportunity to be involved in agriculture related events and activities. 
Improvisational Comedy Troupe: student auditions are held at the beginning of each fall semester.  The group performs audience participation games and sketch comedy.

Music Ensembles: these performing ensembles are open by audition to all students and include both choral and instrumental music.  The musical organizations make frequent public appearances.  

Native American Leadership Club: is open to any student interested in Native American Culture.  The club will host cultural events and performances, including a Pow-wow, art shows and leadership activities.

Phi Theta Kappa: members are chosen on the basis of scholastic achievement.  Initiation and installation of new members are conducted each semester.  

Skills USA: provides opportunities for students to develop and enhance the skills needed in order to be successful in future careers and leadership skills.  Interaction between this group and business/industry allows employers to contribute directly to the student's education.  

Student Nurses Association: shall exist to achieve professional development among its members; facilitate the optimum level of communication among students and between the students and the faculty; stimulate personal development and exchange of ideas through social, cultural, and intellectual experiences; and encourage individual commitment to the ideals, purposes, and goals of the nursing profession.  

Theatre Productions: students are provided the chance to work in several dramatic productions throughout the year.  In addition to on-stage acting, students assist in the technical aspects of theatre.