REGISTERED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) are groups of KCC students who share a common interest. Becoming a member of a student organization is a fun way to enhance your student experience, engage with the community, develop critical thinking skills and forge new lasting friendships. You get out what you put in when it comes to your college experience; expand your “outside the classroom curriculum” by getting involved!
How do you join an RSO?
Use the contact information below and attend a meeting!
Already part of an RSO?
Click here to visit the RSO Resource Center online! (KCC login required)
Active RSOs at KCC
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Advisor: Kaite Fraser, [email protected]
Description: The purpose of Kellogg Community College Collegiate Agricultural Club/Farm Bureau is to advocate for agriculture on campus, within the community, and with the Michigan Farm Bureau to educate consumers, develop leadership skills, and promote the policies, goals, and purposes of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Advisor: Ryan Flathau, [email protected] | Penny Rose, [email protected] | Heather Stratton,[email protected]
Description: The Art League is a club open to all students interested in expanding their knowledge of art. A variety of activities outside the classroom is offered to encourage greater art appreciation by club members.
Click here to join the Art League’s Teams site.
Meetings: Tuesdays at 4:00 p.m. in Davidson 220.
Meetings: Tuesdays, 11-12 p.m. in the Spring Lake Room (at the back corner of the Library)
Advisor: Michele Reid, [email protected]
Advisor: Jonathan Williams, [email protected]
Description: The purpose of Campus Republicans is to bring together students interested in the political process and, in particular, the Republican party. Students will develop a greater understanding and appreciation of society and the political process through discussion, forums, and other activities and competitions.
Meetings: Tuesdays, 3:00-4:00 p.m. in C 302
Crude Arts Club
Advisor: Tom Webster, [email protected]
Description: The Crude Arts Club is an informal group of KCC students who are devoted to writing. They are, in essence, a group of writers, thinkers, and talkers. The club meets to share poems, stories, ideas, and opinions. In addition to providing support for young writers at KCC, the Crude Arts Club hosts campus poetry readings and organizes fundraising activities.
Advisor: Kassie Dunham, [email protected]
Description: Members of the Environment Club at KCC are passionate about educating everyone on being green. The club actively works to make KCC a greener facility through help with recycling programs and working with the college to go green. The students are passionate, the programs are educational, and progress is being made every day to create a brighter future for us all.
Meeting: Thursday 9/22 in Spring Lake Room (Library) 2:00 p.m.
Click here to join the Sustainability Club’s Team chat
Click here to visit the Sustainability Club’s intranet site (KCC login required)
Encore Theatre Club
Advisor: Brad Poer, [email protected]
Description: The Encore Theatre Company is open to all students interested in developing theatrical experiences on and off-campus. The goal of the company is to entertain and educate audiences, explore theater, and expose drama to all age groups. Students are encouraged to offer their support and talents to the community.
Meetings: Thursdays from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. in Davidson 201
Click her to visit Encore on Instagram
Click her to visit Encore’s intranet site (KCC login required)
Advisor: Matthew Samra, [email protected]
Description: The Film club is to give KCC students who are passionate about film the opportunity to share that with fellow cinephiles and have fun doing it.
Meetings: Once a month
Advisor: Holly McKee, [email protected]
Description: The purpose of FriendChip Club is to give students the opportunity to make new friends over a well-loved topic. Cookies!
Meetings: Monthly, announced via Microsoft Teams
Kampus Activities Board (KAB)
Advisor: Kristin McDermott, [email protected]
Description: The Kampus Activities Board is a group of students interested in planning activities on campus and being actively involved on campus. The KAB also provides representation for the student body and acts as a liaison between the student body and KCC staff and administration.
Meetings: Fridays from 12-1 in OHM 109
Click here to join KAB’s Teams site.
Click here to visit KAB’s intranet site (KCC login required)
Click here to visit KAB on Instagram
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Advisor: Kristin McDermott, [email protected] | Rebekah Love, [email protected]
Description: Phi Theta Kappa is an invitation-only international honor society. Students in the organization must have completed 12 or more semester hours with a 3.5 or higher grade-point average. New KCC students may be invited to provisional membership based on their high school academic achievement and leadership activities.
Click here to join PTK’s Teams site.
Advisor: Terah Zaremba, [email protected] | Rebekah Love, [email protected]
Description: Spectrum works to provide a safe and supportive social setting for LGBTQIA+ individuals and their allies, as well as any other interested parties, and to provide educational resources to the campus community regarding issues of sexual diversity.
Meetings: Wednesdays from 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in C-301
Click here to join Spectrum’s Teams site.
Spectrum on Instagram
Student American Dental Hygiene Association (SADHA)
Advisors: Anne Jost, [email protected] | Stacey Schramm, [email protected]
Description: The Student American Dental Hygiene Association is open to Dental Hygiene students who are attending KCC or any other accredited school of dental/oral hygiene. The purpose of the association is to promote the art of dental hygiene science.
Students of Color Club
Advisors: Tricia Griggs, [email protected] | Bobby Beauchamp, [email protected] | Timeka Reese, [email protected] | Dennis Baskins, [email protected]
Description: The mission of the Students of Color Club (SOCC) is to encourage students to be civically minded where they will engage as members of the community and strive to make the community a better place. Additionally, to encourage students to enhance their leadership skills in order to be an effective leader in any endeavors students pursue. Also, students will work towards academic excellence by committing themselves to their studies and by earning good grades. In addition, students will act in a professional manner and to work hard to earn credentials that will prepare them for the workforce or to transfer to a four-year institution of higher education. Lastly, students will engage in good trouble (Congressman John Lewis) that will spark action and ignite social justice change on our campus and in our communities.
Meetings: Third Thursday of every month from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in the Kellogg Room
Student Nursing Association (SNA)
Advisor: Marci Morgan, [email protected] | Jaclyn Gibbs, [email protected]
Description: The Student Nursing Association is open to KCC Nursing students. The association’s objectives are to cultivate, promote and sustain the art and science of nursing; to represent and safeguard the common interest of the members of the nursing profession, and to contribute to the improvement of public health.
Advisor: Doug Mann, [email protected]
Description: The Tech Club is the oldest club on campus. It is open to any KCC student with an interest in the science and technology professions. The club strives to increase student awareness by highlighting the need for technicians to stay up to date on current advancements in technology.
Meetings: The first Tuesday of every month in OHM 204 at 4:30 p.m.
True Life Christian Fellowship
Advisor: Pernell Gibson, [email protected]
Description: The student-run True Life Christian Fellowship club is nondenominational and open to all students. Bible studies, speakers, and other activities are used to enhance students’ spiritual development.
Meetings: Wednesdays from 1:30-2:30 p.m. in C301
Click here to join the True Life Christian Fellowship’s Teams site.
True Life on Instagram
Turning Point USA
Advisor: Jonathan Williams, [email protected]
Description: Turning Point USA’s mission is to educate students about the importance of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and capitalism through innovative campus activism and non-partisan, thought-provoking discussion.
Meetings: Tuesdays, 3:30 p.m. in C 302
Advisor: Michele Reid, [email protected]
Next Meeting: Tuesday, November 8 at noon in Ohm 105