Welcome to a new semester! Now that you’ve had some time to adjust to your new courses, it might be a good time to get involved on campus. The Office of Student Activities (OSA) is a great place to start looking for clubs and events. With over 30 clubs and honor societies, there’s plenty to get involved in. Here are a few of the many clubs you can join.
1. Student Government
The purpose of the Student Government is to gather and represent opinions, rights, interests and concerns of the student body. You’ll get to make your voice heard on campus!
Advisor: Amy Sims, email@example.com
2. Art Club
Students of all majors are invited to join the Art Club to come together to create art and make new friends.
Advisor: Kathleen Enright, firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Gamers Club
The Gamers Club is open to anyone to stop by and play games. The club fosters student development through gaming and provides community service events.
Advisor: Paul Schroeder, email@example.com
4. Investment Club
Students will gain an understanding of how the stock market works and learn how to trade properly through use of an online game or platform.
Advisor: Wayne Gawlik, firstname.lastname@example.org
5. JJC Players
JJC Players provides creative, educational and social opportunities for those interested in theatre.
6. Black Student Union
BSU is a positive representation of the African American community on and off campus.
7. Latinos Unidos
Latinos Unidos creates an awareness of Latino culture through education and leadership.
Advisors: Cyndi Vasquez-Barrios, email@example.com and Veronica Mascote, firstname.lastname@example.org
8. Culinary Club
Students will learn and practice culinary skills through lecture, demonstration, and hands on practice.
9. Student Agriculture Association
The Student Agriculture Association provides an additional aspect to the education of agriculture students through social and professional activities.
10. Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship establishes and advances a witnessing community of students, faculty and staff growing in love for God and people.
Advisor: Geoff White, email@example.com
Here is a complete list of clubs for the 2021-2022 school year. Don’t see a club that interests you? Start your own! It only takes ten students to form a new club. Contact Chris Ulreich in OSA at 815-280-6720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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