The following is a list of the student organizations and clubs at ACTC. Get involved!
BCM offers a weekly opportunity of fellowship and devotion for all students. The group meets each Thursday at 12:15 p.m. in room 309 (Main Bldg. -CDC). Lunch is provided and everyone is welcome!
For more information, contact Heather Shelton (Heather.Shelton@kctcs.edu) at 326-2051, Room 220, (CDC) OR Jim Jagielo (James.Jagielo@kctcs.edu), at 326-2196, Room G114A, College Drive Campus.
Chi Alpha Epsilon was formed to recognize the academic achievements of students admitted to colleges and the universities through non-traditional criteria and serves developmental, SSS, McNair Scholars, and Educational Opportunity Program students. Its purposes are to promote continued high academic standards, to foster increased communication among its members, and to honor academic excellence achieved by those students. The involvement of eligible alumni enables networking for members. Programs sponsored by the society encourage other students toward this accomplishment.
For more information, contact Megan Horne at 326-2074, Room 218 (CDC), or Ron McDavid at 326-2075, Room 157C (TDC).
The Drama Club is open to any student with an interest in theatre production, either onstage or backstage.
For more information, contact Jonathan Joy at Jonathan.firstname.lastname@example.org, Room 342 College Drive campus.
KANS is a national pre-professional organization for students currently enrolled in the nursing program.
For more information on KANS, contact Mary Lou Roark at 326-2464, Room 465D, College Drive Campus.
KEA-SP is a professional association for students preparing to enter the teaching profession.
For more information, contact Warren Howard at 326-2138, room 475B, College Drive campus or Jenny McCain at 327-1777.
You are invited to join a group that is working to create a multicultural environment that: Supports the academic and social success of minority students, faculty and staff, e ncourages student growth and p romotes greater cross-cultural and racial understanding.
MSO addresses educational, cultural and social needs of minority students as it strives to promote campus diversity.
For more information contact Al Baker at 326-2422, Room 154A, College Drive Campus or Room 201Q, Technology Drive Campus.
The international honor society for two-year colleges was chartered in Spring 1994. Membership is open to students with a 3.25 GPA and at least 18 credit hours that can be applied toward an associate's degree. The Chapter encourages scholarship and provides leadership, service and fellowship opportunities. Members can participate in honors activities and compete for Phi Theta Kappa transfer scholarships.
For information, contact Dan Bailey, at 326-2028, Advising Center, College Drive Campus.
Visit Phi Theta Kappa on the web: www.ptk.org
Rotaract provides opportunities for students ages 18 to 30 to develop skills, address community needs, and work with the local Rotary Club.
For more information, contact Molly Webb at 326-2231, Room 201W, Technology Drive Campus.
Sigma Kappa Delta’s Mu Delta chapter at Ashland Community and Technical College is an English honor society for two-year colleges. The club promotes academic excellence and fosters students interest in all aspects of English, including literature, language, and both creative and critical writing.
For more information, contact Laura Tussey at 326-2208, Room 446, College Drive campus or Sara Brown at 326-2015, Room 444, College Drive Campus.
Skills USA/VICA is a national organization for students in technical, skilled, and service occupations.
For more information, contact Doug Vanover at 326-2499, Room 601, Technology Drive campus or Mary Lou Wallin at 326-2477, Room 104, Technology Drive Campus.
SASW sponsors programs and activities for ACTC and MSU-Ashland students pursuing degrees in sociology, social work, or criminal justice.
For more information, contact Heather Shelton 326-2051, Room 220, College Drive campus.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is made up of students elected by the students to represent and serve the entire student body. SGA is an integral part of Student Activities in that they support many programs