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Student Organizations

Honor Societies at CCC&TI

  • Alpha Delta Nu – The objective of the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society shall be to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing. The society shall encourage the pursuit of advance degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility. Additionally, the society shall participate in the recruitment of qualified individuals into the profession of nursing.
  • Ambassadors – The CCC&TI Student Ambassadors are a select group of students demonstrating academic excellence who represent the college at a variety of events. Nominated by faculty members, the ambassadors serve CCC&TI by conducting campus tours, assisting with special events, mentoring students, and representing the college in a variety of campus and community activities. Students eligible for nomination must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0. To learn more about the Ambassadors program at CCC&TI, visit the Ambassadors program web page.
  • Phi Theta Kappa – The objective of the Alpha Lambda Pi Chapter, in addition to those specified in Article II of the National Constitution, shall be to promote the intellectual atmosphere of CCC&TI.
  • The National Society of Leadership and Success – CCC&TI’s chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success was founded in 2010. The National Society of Leadership and Success is a community of leaders dedicated to creating lasting positive change as the worldwide training organization for achievement and leadership education. NSLS speaker meetings are open to all students. For more information visit www.nsls.org

Special Interest Clubs

Club NameDescriptionFaculty SponsorSponsor Phone #
C3 Technology ClubInterest in TechnologyBob Theisen828-726-2339
Cobra Chess ClubLearn and play chess with fellow studentsMel Rhoney
Michael Hancock
Community CobrasTo volunteer in our community, campus community, and campus activities.Carlos Dixon828.726.2389
Global Students Club
Global Scholars Program
and International Travel
Laura Wollpert828.297.3811 x5295
Global Students Club
Global Scholars Program
and International Travel
Justin Butler828.726.2457
Education, support and allyship for the LGBTQIA+ community on campus
Alexis Shook828.726.2311
828.297.3811 x5255
Heroes CAFE
(Career Assistance For Everyone)
Educate and encourage adult students participating in the Transitional Studies program to learn useful entrepreneurial skills.Kyle Pelfrey
Meghan Edmisten
Juco 4 JesusChristian Fellowship and service projectsTyler Deaton828.726.2417
Science ClubScience related issues & STEM subjectsDenise Williams828.726.2388
Underground Movie ClubInterest in watching movies and discussing themMatt Williams
Heather Bowman

Program Specific Clubs: Open to Students in Program Area

Club NameDescriptionFaculty SponsorSponsor Phone #
Cosmetology ClubCosmetologyDonna Price828.726.2250
Culinary GuildCulinary ArtsKeith Andreasen828.726.2406
Culinary Club
Culinary ClubChef Back828.297.3811 x5222
Delta Chi Chapter of the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN)Associate Degree NursingDr. April Cline828.726.2343
Early Childhood Teachers ClubEarly ChildhoodLinda Allbritton828.726.5276
Human Services ClubHuman ServicesMegan Brehum828.726.2326
PTA ClubPhysical Therapy AssistantsKelly Harvey828.726.2353
Rho Alpha Delta (Rad)RadiographyAmber Edwards828.726.2334
SLPASpeech-Language Pathology AssistantsJessica Raby828.726.2392
Sonography ClubCardiovascular & Medical SonographyRobin Nichols828.726.2322