College isn't just about taking classes. Social activities are also an important part of college life. getting involved in campus life is part of the magic of meeting new people, discussing new ideas, sharing laughter and good times. The friendships you develop at CVCC may prove to be life-long relationships that enrich your world.

Build confidence through participation, Develop leadership skills through club activities, make new friends with similar interests.
Criminal Justice

Advisor: TBD

The Criminal Justice Club is an organization devoted to the development of interest and support of all forms of criminal justice, executive, and judicial. The club plans both volunteer work and activities representative of work in the field as well as takes monthly field trips in the interest of the club pertaining to criminal justice.

 

Advisor: Stephen Perry

Cru is a community where you can grow in your relationship with God, experience deep fellowship and learn how to share the Gospel.

 

Games Club

Advisor: Deanne McDaniel

To provide an opportunity to play games, exchange tactics, strategies, and develop skills.

 

Advisors: Kimberly French & Hunter Overstreet

LEAD (Leadership, Engagement, and Development) is to help new students (while still being open to all students) who have never been to college to transition to the changes and the challenges that come with attending college and also become leaders at CVCC as well as the local community.

 

Advisor: John McCullough & Mary Canfield

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for two-year colleges. Phi Theta Kappa's purpose is to recognize and promote academic achievement among students, provide opportunities for leadership training, encourage personal growth, and foster fellowship among members and associates. Membership, based on grade point average, is by invitation.

 

Polis Online Literary Journal

Advisor: Lana Velez

The definition of POLIS is community center (Greek marketplace); a place where community dialogue occurs, perhaps a sacred ground. At CVCC, POLIS is an annual on-line literary journal for CVCC students/writing that also showcases students's artwork.

 

Advisor: Priscilla Liggon

The Radiography Club consists of currently enroll Radiography students working to promote further knowledge and professionalism in their chosen field and ensure their success in their future careers through professional development activities.

The students work towards earning financial support throughout the year to help offset expenses derived from and used for educational seminars and meetings in the field of study.

The activities that the Radiology Club members organize and particpate in are focused on giving back to their profession, school, and community. They participate and contribute totheir District and State Professional Soceties, poblic Aeareness and prostate  Cancer Awarness, and partcipate in raising funds and waling for charitable campaogns in their community such as the March of Dimes for Babies. Their mission is to perform at the highest ethical and professional standards set forth by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists Code of Ethics and to promote continuous improvement of the Radiography profession.

 

Respiratory Therapy Club

Advisor: TBD

The respiratory theapy club is devoted to the development of interest and supourt of allied health of respiratory care. the club participates in health fairs and activities related to the field of respiratory care. the club rases money to help students in the Respirory Therapy program participate in educational seminars. the club is only open to students accepted into the Respiratory Therapy program.

 

Spanish Club

Advisor: TBD

To improve Spanish language skills and to learn more about Spanish culture.

 

Advisor: Deanne McDaniel

The Student Government Association serves as a vital link of communication between students, administration, and faculty. It works to provide the leadership necessary for the responsibility of initiating new policies, services, and activities for the benefit of the students.

 

Advisor: Tina Murphy

The Student Veterans Organization (SVO) is to ensure veterans, active duty personnel, reservists, and National Guard members are receiving all benefits to which they are entitled. The SVO shall also increase awareness and understanding of veterans' issues on campus and advocate on behalf of student veterans.