The Clinton Community College Student Senate represents the student body to plan, coordinate, and direct a variety of social events and activities throughout the year.
The Student Senate plans the year’s social calendar and several all-college events. Through the aid of the Student Senate, various clubs and organizations provide a variety of leadership and social functions. Four sophomore senators and four officers (President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer) are elected in the spring for the following school year. Four freshmen senators and two evening senators are elected in the fall for the current school year. Any full or part-time student is eligible to hold an office, providing they maintain a 2.0 GPA while at Clinton Community College.
There are a wide variety of intramural sports offered to Clinton Community College students. All sports are offered for both men and women. Some of the sports offered are:
- Flag Football Basketball Tennis Tournaments
- Ping Pong Tournaments Billiard Tournaments
- Mixed Volleyball League
For more information about intramurals and to sign up, see student engagement coordinator.
Student Clubs and Organizations
Student Clubs and Organizations shall:
- submit a list of club members each semester to the Student Activities Facilitator
- have current by-laws and a constitution on file.
- have a member ready to present at an all-college meeting
- have a representative at each TLC session, or a written update given to the Student
Senate Advisor by 12 p.m. the day of the TLC session.
- have members ready to assist Student Senate with one activity per year.
Current Clubs and Organizations
- Chi Alpha Club
The purpose of Chi Alpha is to fulfill the Great Commission “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching to observe all things that I have commanded you: and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20
- Fine Arts Committee
The CCC Fine Arts Committee provides CCC students exposure to the visual arts, as well as offering exhibition and educational opportunities in the arts. This is made through student art exhibitions in the community and region, visits to artists' studios, galleries, museums and arts centers. Students have the opportunity to be hands-on; planning and hanging student exhibitions on campus and in the community; assisting with professional artists' installations in our new gallery space; and planning, creating and installing art for spaces such as our Student Success Center and our new Science Wing.
- Graphic Arts Printers Club
The purpose of this club is to promote the printing industry and CCC to other students and the public! Membership is open to all students willing to work in the field. Activities include presentations and field trips.
- Journalism - The Gallery
The purpose of this club is to publish the college newspaper. Membership is open to all students, especially those who want to report and write the news; students who want to do some freelance and creative writing; persons who want to gain practical experience selling advertising, laying out the paper, writing headlines, and designing the paper. Meetings are held monthly or as needed.
- Nursing Club
The purpose of this club is to provide a vehicle through which pre-nursing, freshmen and sophomore students can interact and work together as a group.
Membership is open to pre-nursing, freshmen and sophomore nursing students. Members organize group meetings, attend appropriate nursing conferences and workshops, and participate in field trips related to nursing and health care. Nursing Club sponsors an annual Blood Drive in October.
- Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society of the two-year college. The society has recognized academic excellence in the two-year college since 1918. The purpose of the organization is to recognize and encourage scholarships among community college students and to stimulate interest in continuing academic excellence. Invitation to membership is extended to students without advanced degrees who have completed at least 12 hours of course work leading to an associate degree and who have a minimum GPA of 3.5.
- Pre-Engineering Club
The Clinton Community College Pre-Engineering club fosters pride in the profession of pre-engineering, keeps members abreast of new developments in the field, and increases members’ knowledge in pre-engineering areas. Membership is open to any person enrolled in the two-year Pre-Engineering Program. A scholarship is available to any student who has successfully completed the first two semesters of the program and who was a member of the club during that time.
Meetings are held once a month or as needed. Activities include fund raising activities, field trips to various industries and other places of interest, public relations projects.
- SNAP - Student Networking and Programmers Club
Open to students interested in computers, the club is sponsored by the Microcomputer Information Technology program.
- Student Veteran’s Association
The Student Veteran’s Association (SVA) provides opportunities for students with military experience to network with each other. The SVA connects students to tutoring, activities, as well as on and off campus support services.
- The Board Game Club
The Board Game Club is a place to “geek out” and enjoy your favorite game in great company. We encourage everyone to come to one of our events and try something new, or bring your favorite game to teach others. All games are loved here, whether that be classic board games, collectible card games such as Magic the Gathering, social games or the latest and hottest new board game release.
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- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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