Carteret Community College
Student Clubs & Organizations
- allows students with interests in horticulture to converge and share
their similar interests. The club also promotes an understanding of the
field of horticulture to others. For more information please contact the
Advisor, Jerry Pittman, at 222-6264 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hospitality and Tourism Society
- The society was formed in the fall of 2002. Students in the society
strive to promote hospitality, tourism, and the culinary arts throughout
Carteret Community College and surrounding areas. For more information
please contact the Advisor, Lynn Judy, at 222-6178 or email at
- fosters an appreciation and understanding of the ideas and philosophies
in the field of Interior Design. For more information please contact the
Advisor, Tammy Powell, at 222-6250 or email at email@example.com.
- creates a friendly atmosphere for students to further their knowledge
of photography and its history. The club’s purpose is to promote
and increase visual literacy. For more information please contact the
Advisor, Patrick Keough, at 222-6257 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- This club promotes nursing education, nursing careers, community health
and education awareness and primary prevention. The club supports the
nursing profession at large and promotes the CCC Nursing Program. For
more information please contact the Advisor, Brenda Moore, at 222-6294
or email at email@example.com.
- This club provides an organizational structure within which the Radiography
students may work together towards common professional goals. For more
information please contact the Advisor, Elaine Fuge, at 222-6165 or email
- builds unity among the students so that they can become more team oriented
to obtain their professional goals. Students learn organizational skills
through various activities and the importance of professional activities
such as conferences and belonging to a professional organization. For
more information please contact the Advisor, Trisha Miller, at 222-6169
or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Science Club -
promotes all areas of science on campus and in the community. For more
information please contact the Advisor, Meg Rawls, at 222-6383 or email
Social Sciences Club
- increases awareness of and assistance for social issues in the community.
Members support and expand upon already existing social programs. Members
strive to increase social activity among CCC students and the community
and enhance the appreciation of cultural diversity. For more information
please contact the Advisor, Heather Hebert, at 222-6388 or email at email@example.com.
English Honor Society
- For more information please contact the Advisor, Sharon
Mills, at 222-6233 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lambda Tau Epsilon - Delta Rho Tau
Chapter. The Criminal Justice Honor Society was formed
in 1992. The society encourages academic achievement in the Criminal Justice
curriculum, promotes interest in the field of Criminal Justice and works
to establish a harmonious relationship between local law enforcement agencies
and the Criminal Justice Society members. For more information please
contact the Advisor, Wic Southern, at 222-6249 or email at email@example.com
and/or Pete Bocker, at 222-6249 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phi Beta Lambda - Gamma Beta Omicron
Chapter. The Business and Office Occupations Honor
Society provides additional opportunities for post-secondary and college
students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations
and business teacher education. The society is an integral part of the
instructional program and in addition promotes a sense of civic and personal
responsibility. For more information please contact the Advisor, Buddy
Miller, at 222-6167 or email at email@example.com.
Phi Theta Kappa - Beta Delta Pi Chapter.
This honor society promotes scholarship, the development of leadership
and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students.
For more information please contact the Advisor, Beth Belcher, at 222-6239
or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or
Gabriel Raynor, at 222-6253 or email at email@example.com.
Psi Beta - is
the National Honor Society in Psychology for community and junior colleges.
The purpose of the society is the professional development of psychology
students through promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship,
leadership, research, and community service. For more information please
contact the Advisor, Heather Hebert, at 222-6388 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chess Club - The
club teaches a person to think critically and logically while using logic
to enhance memory skills. Strategic planning and critical reasoning skills
are also taught in this club. All this to help a person to enjoy Chess.
Most important is that learning chess teaches patience and concentration.
For more information please contact the Advisor, David Parker, at 222-6232
or email at email@example.com.
Students for Christ
- wins souls to Christ while being bodies of evidence that He is still
at work in our world. Members volunteer monthly in the community as well
as at the college. Members say “We make our walk with our lord individually
closer by having fellowship with other Christians.” For more information
please contact the Advisor, Johnny Underwood, at 222-66387 or email at
ORCA (Outdoor Recreation and Coastal
Action) - strives to get students educated and involved
in the community’s environment and outdoor activities. For more
information please contact the Advisor, Terry Murphy, at 222-6218 or email
Surfing Team -
is involved with the community in which there is a large surfing population.
The team also promotes the image that surfing is a “cool”
sport. The local team contest also allows us to fellowship and share ideas
with other community colleges. The team has raised over $1000.00 in scholarships.
The surfing team gives our surfing students a way to be involved with
our college and our SGA. At the National Scholastic Surfing Championships
our students compete for scholarship money and CCC gets national exposure.
For more information please contact the Advisor, David Ross, at 222-6393
or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information
Coordinator of Student Activities
Office of Student Activities
Student Government Association
Donald W. Bryant Student Center * Room 3111
3505 Arendell Street * Morehead City, NC 28557