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Student Clubs, Organizations and Activities

 

The Student Government Association(SGA) functions as the governing organization of the student body.  It serves as a means of participation in College governance with the faculty, staff, and administration, and acts for the students.

In addition to serving as liaison between the College administration and the student body, SGA allocates student activity funds, coordinates campus social activities, and approves new campus student organizations.  The student activity program is developed according to student interest and available resources.

The Student Government Association meets weekly in the Diversity Center, College Center Building Room 41, and all students are welcome to attend.

Below is a list of current Student Clubs/Organizations. Contact the advisor listed for more information regarding meeting times, etc.  

* = Clubs/Organizations pending submission of required club/organization paperwork to & approved by SGA as of May 2011.

  



301-784- 

Club/Organization  

Club Advisor  

College Ext. 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (SGA)

Erin Yokum

5205




Alpha Sigma Lambda, Kappa Theta Chapter*

John Jastrzembski

5309

C2J - criminal justice & criminology club

Lisa Hoston

5172

Choir

Melody Gaschler

5697

Christian Fellowship Club

Melody Gaschler

5697

Essence Dance Team

TBD

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Forestry Club

Steve Resh

5309

Heifer International Support Club*

David Bohnert

5115

Honors*

John Jastrzembski

5309

Human Service Club*

Tim Rowan

5556

Massage Club*

Paula Jilanis

5191

Medical Assistant Club

Lisa Rocks

5133

Medical Laboratory Technology/Biotechnology Club

Stacey Rohrbaugh

5547

NAACP Student Club*

Lynn Bowman

5258

 "Neo-Beats" - creative writing club*

Dr. Georgia Kreiger

5515

Peace Studies Club

Kurt Hoffman

5113

Phi Beta Lambda

Christina Gladwin

5126

Phi Theta Kappa, Omicron Pi Chapter

Dr. James Stickler

5256

Physical Therapy Assistant Club

Dr. Karin Savage

5535

Radiologic Technology Club

Cathy Kline

5560

Respiratory Therapy

Dr. William Rocks

5139

SAHDA (Student American Dental Hygienists' Association)

Cathy Blank

5238

Student Occupational Therapy Assistant Club

Dr. Rae Ann Smith

5536

Turning Point Program Club - Inactive

Wilma Kerns

5237

Tutoring Club

William Devlin

5551

Volunteer Club

Darcy Jay Gagnon

5331

If your interest(s) are not reflected here, you could start something new and exciting.

For further information on the particulars of starting a new club or about the various programs listed above, please see Erin Yokum, Director of Student Life (College Center Room C-40) or call 301-784-5205.

 

 


STUDENT ADVOCACY DAY

Student Advocacy Day is an annual event held in Annapolis sponsored by MACC and coordinated by Maryland State VPs and Deans of Student Services.  It is typically held the 2nd Wednesday in February.  The day is organized with the goals of:  letting the Maryland General Assembly know which bills pending before the legislature matter most to community college students statewide, giving our students an opportunity to meet local representatives and discuss personal messages of how ACM benefits their lives and their community, and allowing students to learn how state government operates.  ACM sponsors the trip, provides transportation, and provides breakfast and lunch.  For more information, contact Erin Yokum, Director of Student Life, CC-40, 301-784-5205.