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Student Activities Coordinator
712.274.8733 ext. 1201
mike.brown@witcc.edu
Student Senate
712.274.8733 ext. 1301
student.senate@witcc.edu
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Student Activities
Student Activities Coordinator
712.274.8733 ext. 1201
mike.brown@witcc.edu
Student Senate
712.274.8733 ext. 1301
student.senate@witcc.edu

Clubs & Organizations

Student Clubs and Organizations usually meet at regularly scheduled times and participate in various campus activities. Join a club or organization and get involved!

Accounting Club

The Accounting club works to promote and explore education and career options for students considering a career in the accounting field. We work to provide networking opportunities between students and accounting professionals in the area.
Meeting times are generally Tuesdays at noon in A212.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the faculty advisor, Jennifer McCune at Jennifer.McCune@witcc.edu.

Anime Club

The purpose of the anime club is to watch and analyze different genres of anime, Japanese animated film, and to explore Japanese culture. Club members conduct panels throughout the academic year to inform other of the art of Japanese animated film. Club members also explore and share, through panels, aspects of Japanese culture and history. The Anime Club members sponsor the annual Halloween Dance, help at other campus activities and attend Anime Iowa each summer.
Meeting are generally held Mondays from 4pm - 5pm in room L424.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the faculty advisor.

Beta Zeta Mu (Phi Theta Kappa)

Beta Zeta Mu has consistently been an outstanding chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an Honor Society for two-year colleges. It is based on four principle hallmarks: scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service.
This club will participate in community service projects such as American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Hospice Journal Project, the Grant Writing Project and more
Requirements are a 3.5 cumulative grade point average with a minimum completion of 12 semester credit hours
Meetings are generally held Tuesdays 4pm-5pm in room L304.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the faculty advisor.

Business Club

The Business Club allows students an opportunity to network with other students and with members of the business community. The club discusses topics that will benefit students as they complete their programs and prepare to begin their careers. Participation in the club allows students an opportunity to develop leadership, apply problem solving, social and communication skills which will be useful in their careers. There will also be opportunities to engage in academic and community activities with gives them more exposure to the business world.
Meetings are generally bi-weekly.
Contact the faculty advisor for more information.

Cinema Club

The Cinema Club will aid in the understanding and appreciation of films and film production within the WITCC community through producing small film projects, group discussions, attending film screenings, hosting visiting artists and public events, as well as traveling to working film sets and other industry events.
Meetings generally are held Fridays from noon to 3pm in D218.
Contact the club advisor for more information.

Cyber Security

The Cyber Security club provides hands-on instruction and activity in relevant network security topics.
Meetings are generally Thursdays at 3pm in room T238 (The Security Institute).

Dental Assisting Club

The purpose of the club is to provide a mechanism to raise and provide financial support for the students with professional development activities.
Typical activities include conducting bake sales and raffles to support activities such as student membership in the American Dental Assistants Association and attending the Iowa Dental Assistants Association Annual Session in Cedar Rapids.
You must be enrolled in the Dental Assisting program
Meetings are generally the first and third Friday of the month in L215 at 12:30pm.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the faculty advisor.

Disc Golf Club

The Disc Golf Club is dedicated to a great outdoor activity that anyone can play.
Meets generally Sundays at 1pm on the WITCC Disc Golf Course.
Contact the club advisor for more information.

Education Club

The purpose of the Education club is to raise awareness of teachers as professionals, show how education is important as well as fun, and provide support to each other and others in the education field. Getting quality, dedicated teachers in education is important and we will work to increase awareness of the education programs at WITCC has and help instill pride in the teaching profession as we work with young people. By working with children by volunteering at the college and in the community, we will focus on issues that encompass the education field as teachers and students.
Meeting times may vary.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the faculty advisor.

French Club

The aim of le club de francais is to explore French history and culture through films, songs and news stories. If you speak the language or just enjoy the French culture, please feel free to join the club, or come to a meeting and see how it goes. You don't have to speak French to enjoy the club.
Meetings will generally be held Tuesdays at 11:30am in room A07L (lower level).
If you have any questions or would like to join, please contact the faculty advisor.

Fun & Entertainment Committee

The purpose of this club is to have fun and entertain residents and students of WITCC with various campus activities; to help provide a safe and exciting experience while attending WITCC.
Meetings are generally Tuesdays at 6pm in the kitchen on the 3rd floor of Bur Oak Suites.
Contact the club advisor for more information.

Graphic Design Club

The Graphic Design club is designed to benefit students who are in the program and want to collaborate on projects, non-profit design work, and share ideas and techniques with other members.
Anyone who is interested in design, print or web is welcome to join. You do not have to be in the design program.
Meetings are generally Monday and Wednesday at 12:30pm in A137.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact a faculty advisor.

Legal Assistant Club

This club was established to create a network between members of the group and the legal profession including NALA, and stimulate a high order of ethical and professional conduct as well as provide educational programs to supplement the course. This connection will help to enhance the knowledge and professional relationships of club members.
This club is an affiliated association of the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA).
Meetings Tuesdays at 2:30pm in room A132.

Motorcycle and Powersports

The Powersports club is a group that works on projects related to their industry to better their skills. This club will discuss new or changed industry standards or issues as well as practice their skills by taking on projects for WIT students and staff. This club also works in the community during various events.
Meetings are generally every Wednesday in the Gaylord Smith Building.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the faculty advisor.

Multicultural Association

The Multicultural Association welcomes students from all backgrounds to become engaged in campus life at WITCC. The club works to raise awareness and appreciation of diversity across the campus and increase cultural knowledge for students and staff.
For more information contact the club advisor.

Nursing

To make the nursing program more accessible to incoming students and the community in general by providing: a mentoring program, performing community service, promoting wellness within the college. For nursing students we would like to create apparel, attend conferences, promote the nursing program. To provide a web portal with FAQ about the program along with other promotional materials and events.
Generally meets twice a month.
Contact the faculty advisor for more information.

Round Table Gaming Club

This club will be a place where members can learn industry techniques to design and develop video games. Club members teach each other and work on projects specifically for the club. We will hold video game tournaments and fundraisers, create tutorials and run training sessions using the 3D gaming equipment.
Meetings are generally held on Tuesdays at 12P30pm in room A203.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the faculty advisor.

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club is an organization that is made up of people who have an appreciation or desire to learn about the Spanish language and/or culture. Spanish language skills are not required; only an interest in promoting the culture and the knowledge that will help to improve relations. We will have opportunities to improve your language skills if you choose to participate in them or you can JUST ENJOY THE CULTURE. We are currently fund-raising for the Winterim trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. For more information contact Bea Houston at ext. 3218.
Generally meets once a week, times and locations vary.
If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the faculty advisor.

SPECTRUM

The SPECTRUM club would help provide support for the LGBT and allies on the WITCC campus. They provide a place for people to hang out and have fun while helping the community with various volunteer projects.
Meetings are generally held on Wednesday from 1:30pm - 2:30pm and Friday 10am - 11am in the cafeteria annex (L113).
Contact the faculty advisor for more information.

Student Night Life

The Student Night Life club helps to provide activities and entertainment on the weekends primarily for resident students, but not exclusively.
Contact the club advisor for more information.
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