CCC Alert: Update of CCC Operations
CCC student organizations help members get involved in campus life, reach their academic milestones, and become more engaged in their career path.
The Campus Activities Board is a student run organization. It is a merger of the former Student Government and Student Senate. Its main goal is to improve campus life through providing social, recreational, educational and cultural programs at CCC.
PTK is a national honor society that recognizes and encourages scholarship among associate degree students. PTK's beginnings on our campus go back to 1991. Membership in Phi Theta Kappa is by invitation only. A student must be degree-seeking at CCC and have completed 12 credit hours with a GPA of 3.5 to qualify.
Pre-nursing students and student nurses are invited to join this professional student association, which is a stepping stone to membership in the professional nursing association after graduation. A student can hold membership at the local, state, or national level. Members participate in fund-raising activities to help benefit needy families, fellow students, and to help with convention expenses.
Radiology students are invited to join this professional student association, whose purpose is to foster interest in the imaging profession and to promote professional behaviors including but not limited to community service, excellent patient care, and ethical behaviors and to foster active involvement in professional societies.
Introduced to campus in 2003, HSO has been inactive for many years—until now! With Viva, students have an opportunity to learn more about Hispanic culture, volunteer at campus and community events, and learn more about themselves and others by forming lasting connections.