CCCC encourages students to enhance their formal education by participating in extracurricular activities and events.
Whether you are:
- A recent high school graduate
- Returning to school after raising a family
- Retraining for a new or existing career
- Interested in a course for personal interest or enjoyment
We have something for you! No matter your program, hobby, or interest area, there's a club or organization for everyone!
Student Activities offers:
- Cultural, educational, leadership, and social programs
- Student trips at affordable prices
- Opportunities for community participation
- Ways to make a positive impact on our environment
- Many other activities to help you share your experiences with other students
Among the opportunities available is the privilege of starting and/or being a member of a formally recognized student organization. Each group elects its own officers and plans its own activities for the semester.
The activities of each group depend largely upon the enthusiasm of its membership. Anyone interested in joining or starting an organization should contact the organization's advisor or student activities at (919) 777-7707 for more information.
The Central Carolina Community College Ambassadors are student leaders that represent many facets of the college and local community. Students chosen to serve as Ambassadors will be offered many opportunities to engage in collegiate affairs. Candidates are nominated by a faculty or staff member and confirmed by formal selection committee. Once selected, students are required to attend a leadership development course during the summer semester and serve for one complete academic year. As compensation, students are provided free in-state tuition and fees, plus all necessary uniforms for that year.
Visit: Ambassadors Website
Cougar Vets (SVA Chapter)
Cougar Vets is a chapter of the national Student Veterans of America (SVA). While this club is Cougar Vets, it is open to all CCCC students. The club will do community service work, fundraise, and participate in campus events. We will also help plan military and veteran events on campus such as Memorial Day and Veterans Day.
Contact: Karmisha Hernandez Luciano, SVA Advisor
The CCCC CRU Club meets weekly to study God's word and discuss the deeper meaning of life. The CRU Club also organizes a campus National Day of Prayer event as well as social events.
Contact: Ginger Harris
Phone: (919) 718-7260
The CCCC Gaming club provides it members an opportunity to participate in gaming from all walks of life - board games, card games, video games, and role playing games. Our motto is, "if it's a game, we'll play it!" Join us to relax, participate in discussions on upcoming games, socialize with other students, and most importantly - GAME!
Contact: Seth Buchanan
Phone: (919) 718-7339
The purpose of the Math Club is to engage in, encourage, and improve mathematical literacy at CCCC. We offer homework help and study groups to support students. We participate in math competitions, create activities and host movie nights to foster a love a math. Math Club is open to everyone. We hope to see you there!
Contact: Charity Turner
Phone: (919) 718-7314
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), a national student organization, promotes business leadership in its members. PBL is a nationally affiliated professional business organization for students and the college counterpart of Future Business Leaders of America. The CCCC PBL Chapter participates in service, fundraising, and scholarly activities as well as competitive events at the state and national PBL conferences. While primarily a business club, PBL is open to students of all majors.
Contact: Pam Riddle, Business Technologies, OST Instructor
Phone: (919) 814-8842
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is the world's largest honor society specifically for community college students. Members pay a one-time initiation fee and are members for life (provided they continue to meet the GPA and conduct requirements). Phi Theta Kappa offers many opportunities for service projects and to fellowship on a local, regional, and national scale. Our chapter (Beta Sigma Phi) participates via the College Project and the Honors in Action Project on a local scale. We attend regional meetings two or three times per year and sometimes attend the national meeting as well. Additionally, we are always looking for projects that will benefit our school and community and allow students to build leadership skills.
SkillsUSA is a national membership association serving high school, and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations, and for further education. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. Our chapter here at CCCC has won countless awards in all different types of fields from welding to networking to machining and motorcycle mechanics. Join us and make a difference and have the opportunity to earn scholarships and tools for your career path.
Contact: Scott Butcher
Phone: (919) 718-7427
Vet Med Association
This student organization represents and promotes the profession of Veterinary Medical Technology. The club also participates in fundraisers and encourages membership in the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA).
Contact: Dianne Waunsch, Club President
Phone: (919) 379-0575