Student Clubs and Organizations usually meet at regularly scheduled times and participate in various campus activities. Join a club or organization and get involved!
Accounting and Business Club
Accounting & Business Club: Connects a network of peers and industry leaders in a fun and inclusive environment, supporting and motivating students to explore and seize opportunities that will catapult them into promising careers in the accounting and business fields. Meetings are in A202 on Tuesdays at Noon. For questions please contact advisors Sandra Mueller at Sandra.Mueller@witcc.edu or Jennifer McCune at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the anime club is to watch and analyze different genres of anime, Japanese animated film, and to explore Japanese culture. Club members conduct panels throughout the academic year to inform other of the art of Japanese animated film. Club members also explore and share, through panels, aspects of Japanese culture and history. The Anime Club members sponsor the annual Halloween Dance, help at other campus activities and attend Anime Iowa each summer. If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the Student Activities Coordinator.
Beta Zeta Mu (Phi Theta Kappa)
Beta Zeta Mu has consistently been an outstanding chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an Honor Society for two-year colleges. It is based on four principle hallmarks: scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service. This club will participate in community service projects such as American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Hospice Journal Project, the Grant Writing Project and more. Requirements are a 3.5 cumulative grade point average with a minimum completion of 12 semester credit hours. Meetings are generally held Tuesdays 4pm-5pm in room L304. If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact Sima Dabir at email@example.com.
Muslim Student Association (MSA)
The mission of the Muslim Student Association is to:
- Provide a sense of belonging to Muslim students on the WITCC campus.
- Provide education opportunities to the WITCC student body.
- Provide services and unity to Muslim students on the WITCC campus.
- Provide opportunities for community building between all students to make a better environment.
- Provide answers to faculty, staff and students for any questions they may have about Islam.
- Provide a club for Muslim students and any other student which encourages academic and social interactions.
If you have any questions or would like to join, please contact the Student Activities Coordinator
Dental Assisting Club
The purpose of the club is to provide a mechanism to raise and provide financial support for the students with professional development activities.
Typical activities include conducting bake sales and raffles to support activities such as student membership in the American Dental Assistants Association and attending the Iowa Dental Assistants Association Annual Session in Cedar Rapids. You must be enrolled in the Dental Assisting program. If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the Student Activities Coordinator
Disc Golf Club
The Disc Golf Club is dedicated to a great outdoor activity that anyone can play. Meets generally Sundays at 1pm on the WITCC Disc Golf Course. Contact the Student Activities Coordinator for more information.
The purpose of the Education club is to raise awareness of teachers as professionals, show how education is important as well as fun, and provide support to each other and others in the education field. Getting quality, dedicated teachers in education is important and we will work to increase awareness of the education programs at WITCC has and help instill pride in the teaching profession as we work with young people. By working with children by volunteering at the college and in the community, we will focus on issues that encompass the education field as teachers and students. Meeting times may vary. If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the Student Activities Coordinator
Legal Assistant Club
This club was established to create a network between members of the group and the legal profession including NALA, and stimulate a high order of ethical and professional conduct as well as provide educational programs to supplement the course. This connection will help to enhance the knowledge and professional relationships of club members.
The Multicultural Association welcomes students from all backgrounds to become engaged in campus life at WITCC. The club works to raise awareness and appreciation of diversity across the campus and increase cultural knowledge for students and staff. For more information contact the Student Activities Coordinator.
To make the nursing program more accessible to incoming students and the community in general by providing: a mentoring program, performing community service, promoting wellness within the college. For nursing students we would like to create apparel, attend conferences, promote the nursing program. To provide a web portal with FAQ about the program along with other promotional materials and events. Generally meets twice a month. Contact the Student Activities Coordinator for more information.
Round Table Gaming Club
This club will be a place where members can learn industry techniques to design and develop video games. Club members teach each other and work on projects specifically for the club. We will hold video game tournaments and fundraisers, create tutorials and run training sessions using the 3D gaming equipment. If you have any questions or would like to join this club, contact the Student Activities Coordinator
LGBTQ+ Alliance Club
The LGBTQ+ Alliance club would help provide support for the LGBT and allies on the WITCC campus. They provide a place for people to hang out and have fun while helping the community with various volunteer projects. Contact the Student Activities Coordinator for more information.
Travel & Adventure Club
The Travel & Adventure Club meets to discuss travel and adventure opportunities, share experiences from prior travel, and make new friends! Students that travel develop the ability to think and learn about the world around them, creating more cultural sensitivity, compassion, confidence, independence, and grit. For more information please contact a faculty advisor, Jennifer Hough at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jennifer McCune at email@example.com.