The student activities are designed to enhance student learning. Getting involved in campus activities is an excellent way to meet people with similar interests and talents, as well as provide students with an emotional and social outlet. Experiences gained can also be beneficial to students when seeking employment after graduation, as employers value people with varied interests.
The SGA is designed to promote the general welfare of the College in a democratic fashion and to facilitate communication between the student body, the faculty, and the administration. The Student Government Association provides a means through which students can promote interest in student activities both on and off campus. The president of the SGA serves as the student trustee on the College Board of Trustees.
- President – Eugene Evans
- Vice President – Nancy Kyle
- Secretary – Ashley Fugate
- Assistant Treasurer – Sandra Grant
The SGA office is located in room 119D in the Student Services building and usually has an officer available in the mornings of every school day. Please see the office hours posted on the SGA office door for accurate office hours.
For more information, contact the SGA Advisor: Emily Ellis, 910.938.6331, email@example.com
This is an international honor society for students enrolled in a two-year college. Membership is by invitation only, is extended to students who are enrolled in a degree program, have completed at least 12 semester hours at Coastal, and have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.55 or better. Phi Theta Kappa’s purpose is to promote academic excellence through the society’s four hallmarks: leadership, scholarship, service, and fellowship
This program is an instructional methodology that integrates community service with academic instruction as it focuses on critical and reflective thinking and civic responsibility. Students are involved in organized community projects that address local needs while developing their academic skills, sense of civic responsibility, and commitment to the community.
For more information contact:
Student Activities Advisor; Counselor, ADA Coordinator
910.938.6331 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
910.938.6115 E-mail: email@example.com
The club’s purpose is to promote the welfare of all individuals without regard for race, sex, origin, social, or economic status by sharing in all phases of social living, upholding professional and educational standards, and adhering to a code of ethics that encourages the highest traditions of the nursing profession. This club is the local component of the district and State Student Nurses’ Association.
Angie Trott | 910.938.6325 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Cafe Con Leche (Spanish Club)
The members of Cafe Con Leche bring a better understanding of Hispanic culture to Coastal students, faculty, and staff through music, food, and other activities. Their goal is to provide a support system and network for those with a mutual desire to learn about cultures in Spanish-speaking countries. For more information, visit the Spanish Department website.
Alyssa Downs | 910.938.6809 | email@example.com
Sandra Fernandez | 910.938.6184 | firstname.lastname@example.org
William Otanez | 910.938.6183 | email@example.com
Jeremy Robinson | 910.938.6262 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex Sandoval | 910.938.6106 | email@example.com
Christian Campus Ministry (CCM)
The CCM club is a non-denominational gathering of students who desire to study the Bible and apply it to their daily lives. The purpose of the club is to promote an understanding of the Bible, influence unity and morality among students and faculty, and to offer positive contributions toward academic achievement, overall success and well-being.
Steve Gil | 910.938.6303 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Coastal Alliance: LGTBQIA
The sole purpose of this organization is to be a beacon of optimism for the students of Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Bisexual, Questioning, and Intersex community and its Allies at Coastal Carolina Community College. The club serves as a source of support, education on the history and information about the LGTBQIA community, activism, reflection, community outreach and positive changes.
Dental Professions Club
The purpose of this organization is to provide students pursuing a career in dentistry a support system that includes faculty and peers and a network of connections by which they may obtain additional resources. Refer to the Dental Department website for more information on the Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting programs.
Dr. Shelby Chadwick | 910.938.6207 | email@example.com
Catherine Cotter | 910.938.6277 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Robertson | 910-938-6276 | email@example.com
Rachelle Rose | 910.938.6299 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Amber Watson | 910.938.6208 | email@example.com
eXtreme Science Club
This club promotes and supports experiential science activities. These activities are designed to relate to career choices within the sciences and to take advantage of resources available within the local community. When it comes to science, eXtreme Science Club members want to live it, see it, and do it!
Fine Arts Society - Art Division
The purpose of this club is to promote education and public interest in the visual arts, while interacting with art enthusiasts and encouraging emerging artists at Coastal Carolina.
Fine Arts Society – Music Division
The purpose of this organization is to provide students of Coastal Carolina Community College a support system that includes faculty and peers; a network of connections by which they may obtain additional resources, and insight into the dynamic face of music world today.
Dr. Ayumi Nakamae | 910.938.6227 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Minority Male Mentoring Program (3MP)
The primary goal of this program is to increase the graduation and retention rate of minority males attending Coastal Carolina.
The Paralegal Society is a student affiliate of the National Association of Legal Assistants, organized to further paralegal education and to encourage a high degree of ethical and professional attainment. The Paralegal Society sponsors educational programs and attendance at professional seminars in cooperation with the legal profession, the National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc., and the North Carolina Paralegal Association.
Col. Robert Switzer | 910.938.6351 | email@example.com
Membership includes students interested in the social sciences as well as philosophy. Campus activities include a voter registration drive, Habitat for Humanity, and participation in Fall Festival and Spring Fling.
Practical Nursing Education Club
This organization is designed to prepare the practical nursing student for membership and participation in professional practical nursing organizations. Professional growth and development are encouraged through group activities and field trips.
Tana Porter | 910.938.6206 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Administration Leaders (PALS)
This organization is designed for students enrolled in office administration, medical office administration, or other related programs. It provides a support system that includes faculty and peers, a network for access to additional resources, and insight into the dynamics of office administration.
April LaFave | 910-938-6385 | email@example.com
Social Sciences Club
The purpose is to look beyond the often neglected and taken-for-granted aspects of our social environment and examine them in a fresh and creative way utilizing sociological imagination and perspective; to provide additional opportunities for Coastal Carolina Community College students to develop sociological skills for all future occupations; and to promote a sense of civic, campus, and personal responsibility through voluntary membership/research. Club membership consists of students with an interest in sociology, regardless of their curricula.
Star of Life
This club provides fellowship and support to students in the Emergency Medical Science field and ensures the continuation of the Star of Life endowed scholarship program. The organization is open to Coastal students already enrolled in the Emergency Medical Science curriculum as well as those students who are seeking admittance.
Rod Dorn | 910.938.6161 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scrub Club
The purpose of the Coastal Scrub Club is to contribute to surgical technology education and promote the importance of the surgical technology field. Members will aid in the development of the whole person, his or her professional role, and for the healthcare of people of all diversities. For more information, visit the Surgical Technology website.
Krissy Stewart-Horton | 910.938.6292 | email@example.com