CCBC Dundalk – Clubs and Organizations
Active Minds at CCBC Dundalk
Active Minds is an organization that addresses mental health by increasing awareness, removing stigma, promoting holistic health, providing information to students, working with local mental health agencies and providing a forum for students to speak about mental health.
Dundalk Christian Fellowship
The Dundalk Christian Fellowship exists to be a non-denominational Christian club on campus that focuses on academic, spiritual and moral support through bible study, prayer, evangelism and fellowship.
Multicultural Student Association (MCSA)
The Multicultural Student Association provides students of every race and ethnic heritage, gender, religion, ability and sexual orientation with the opportunity to learn and experience each other’s culture.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society of the Two-Year College. Members are afforded opportunities for scholarships, leadership development, intellectual enrichment, and personal development through programming based on Phi Theta Kappa’s Hallmarks of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Fellowship.
The Practical Nursing organization is comprised of students who are currently enrolled in the practical nursing program or are interested in practical nursing.
The Rainbow Alliance partners students, staff, and faculty who support LGBT issues at CCBC and in the community. Being a member of the Rainbow Alliance allows opportunity for fellowship, leadership and activism within the group and with other college/community organizations.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association compliments and contributes to the intellectual development of students. All students at CCBC are members of the SGA and may participate in varying degrees. The SGA advocates for students regarding policies and regulations that affect students’ collegiate experiences.
Student Veteran’s Association
The Student Veteran’s Association assists fellow student veteran’s transition onto campus and succeeds with their academic goals.
Student Honors Council
The Student Honors Council contributes to cultural, education and philanthropic endeavors on and off campus through transfer visits, social events and learning opportunities.
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