Clubs & Organizations

 

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Student organizations are a great way to get involved on campus, meet new people, and gain the leadership experience that is needed out in the “real world”! All student clubs are open to all interested students. Honor societies often have associate memberships available until academic requirements are fulfilled. All students are eligible to join SGA. The office is in Building 4, second floor. Forms
SLC Club Manual
Club Registration Form
Club Advisor Agreement Form
Club Budget Request Form
Event Registration Form
clubs
HONORS

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society – Eta Kappa chapter
Phi Theta Kappa is recognized as the official honor society for community colleges by the American Association of Community Colleges. Its purpose is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
Facebook Group

Advisors:
Melissa Hebert-Johnson • 309-796-5465 – hebertm@bhc.edu
Nicole Banks • 309-796-5422 – banksn@bhc.eduPsi Beta (psychology honor society)
Psi Beta is the national honor society in psychology for community colleges. It is devoted to promoting the interest in psychology of its members by community service, attendance at psychology conferences, research, sponsoring events on campus pertaining to psychology and social activities.
Advisor: Dr. Traci Davis • 309-796-5408 – davist@bhc.edu

Sigma Kappa Delta – English honor society for two-year colleges
Sigma Kappa Delta is the English honor society for two-year colleges. Its purpose is to recognize the academic achievement of students who have excelled in English courses and who are interested in the humanities. Students can develop their leadership skills by getting involved in activities sponsored by Delta Epsilon, Black Hawk College’s chapter.
Advisors:
Dr. Diana Badur • 309-796-5428 – badurd@bhc.edu
Nicole Banks • 309-796-5422 – banksn@bhc.edu


HEALTH
National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) – Black Hawk Chapter
The National Student Nurses Association mentors the professional development of future registered nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities and career guidance. Nursing students collect 2,000+ pounds of donations. [Download not found]
Advisor: Kim McCombs • 309-796-5403 – mccombsk@bhc.edu

Student Wellness Club
The Student Wellness Club creates a fun environment to encourage healthy active living in the Black Hawk College community. We promote knowledge about nutrition and exercise, stress reduction and management and general health and well-being. We organize and participate in numerous events, fitness classes and seminars.
Advisor: Dr. Xixuan Collins • 309-796-5269 – collinsx@bhc.edu


SCIENCE
BITS – Black Hawk College IT Society
AITP is the computer club at Black Hawk College for students interested in computer programming, networking, computer support, and web development. Events include speakers from the IT industry and regional and national collegiate meetings and competitions.
Advisors:
Debbie Collins • 309-796-5316 – collinsd@bhc.edu
Jamie Hill • 309-796-5284 – hillj@bhc.edu

Clean Sphere
Clean Sphere promotes environmental appreciation, awareness, and stewardship among the students, faculty, staff and alumni of Black Hawk College. Members have the opportunity to organize and participate in a variety of environmental efforts including, but not limited to, cleanups, habitat restoration, advocacy efforts, enhanced recycling programs, and seminars or speakers that address environmental issues.
Advisor: Marilynn Bartels • 309-796-5235 – bartelsm@bhc.edu

Student Wellness Club
The Student Wellness Club creates a fun environment to encourage healthy active living in the Black Hawk College community. We promote knowledge about nutrition and exercise, stress reduction and management and general health and well-being. We organize and participate in numerous events, fitness classes and seminars.
Advisor: Dr. Xixuan Collins • 309-796-5269 – collinsx@bhc.edu


CULTURAL
Art Collective
The Art Collective is the student art club of Black Hawk College. The Art Collective’s mission is to provide a supportive environment for artists. Membership is open to students, faculty, and staff of the college who are interested in the visual arts. Facebook page | Webpage
Advisor: Zaiga Thorson • 309-796-5469 – thorsonz@bhc.edu

Association of Latin-American Students (ALAS)
The mission of the Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) is to educate and empower students interested in the Hispanic/Latino culture by providing support and educational opportunities that highlight the importance of leadership skills, community service and professional development as a way to increase diversity, success and inclusion on the Black Hawk College campus.
Advisors:
Gabriella Hurtado • 309-796-5107 – ghurtado@bhc.edu
Juanita Zertuche • 309-796-5186 – zertuchej@bhc.edu

International Student Association
The purpose of the International Student Association (ISA) is twofold: to foster international interaction and friendship among students (including American students) and to benefit the Black Hawk College and Quad Cities communities through cultural education and fundraising efforts.
Advisors:
Juanita Zertuche • 309-796-5186 — zertuchej@bhc.edu
Imelda Crinklaw • 309-796-5140 — crinklawi@bhc.edu


POLITICAL AND MILITARY
Military Students and Veterans Club (MSVC)
The BHC Military Students and Veterans Club (MSVC) is a charter member of the Student Veterans of America. Its purpose is to foster esprit de corps amongst military students, veterans and their supporters. The club provides advocacy, support, referrals and awareness of the needs of BHC military students and veterans in our community.

Links: MSVC Yahoo Group | MSVC Facebook | Student Veterans Of America | Student Veterans of America Facebook
Advisors:
Marceia Duhm • 309-796-5191 – duhmm@bhc.edu
Susan Sacco • 309-796-5903 – saccos@bhc.edu


RECREATIONAL
Art Collective
The Art Collective is the student art club of Black Hawk College. The Art Collective’s mission is to provide a supportive environment for artists. Membership is open to students, alumni, faculty, and staff of the college who are interested in the visual arts.
The Art Collective’s Facebook page
Advisor: Zaiga Thorson • 309-796-5469 – thorsonz@bhc.edu

Student Wellness Club
The Student Wellness Club creates a fun environment to encourage healthy active living in the Black Hawk College community. We promote knowledge about nutrition and exercise, stress reduction and management and general health and well-being. We organize and participate in numerous events, such as the annual Wellness Fair, the BHC Biggest Loser competition, fitness classes and seminars.
Advisor: Dr. Xixuan Collins • 309-796-5269 – collinsx@bhc.edu


SOCIAL ACTIVIST
Clean Sphere
Clean Sphere promotes environmental appreciation, awareness, and stewardship among the students, faculty, staff and alumni of Black Hawk College. Members have the opportunity to organize and participate in a variety of environmental efforts including, but not limited to, cleanups, habitat restoration, advocacy efforts, enhanced recycling programs, and seminars or speakers that address environmental issues.
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Advisor: Marilynn Bartels • 309-796-5235 – bartelsm@bhc.edu

Conversation Club
This organization unifies students of faith in Jesus Christ at Black Hawk College to grow in their faith and do God’s Will in the college community and beyond.
Advisor: Dr. Edgar Crockett • 309-796-5049 – crockette@bhc.edu

Sisterhood On Campus (SOC)
The SOC attempts to unify all women on campus. Members explore common concerns and develop an understanding of issues facing sisterhood. SOC Associates include faculty members, staff, and administrators who act as mentors to student members.
Advisors:
Melissa Hebert-Johnson • 309-796-5465 – hebertm@bhc.edu
Jen Holldorf • 309-796-5133 – holldorfj@bhc.edu
Jana Koch • 309-796-5177 kochj@bhc.edu

WISE-Women In Support of Equality
The purpose of WISE shall be to create a safe space for women/feminists to explore their gender ideas, problems, and network with fellow feminists. To also plan and participate in events supporting equality, civil rights, and women issues.
Advisors:
Dr. Rachel Horner-Brackett • 309-796-5322 – brackettr@bhc.edu
Sarah Nelson • 309-796-5594 – nelsonsa@bhc.edu

Last updated 01/03/2017