Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

Student Organizations


Student & Faculty Activities

The College believes that activities outside the classroom enrich, supplement, and provide a testing ground for classroom learning. These activities offer opportunities for social growth and for the development of values, appreciations, and insights. The faculty seek to provide an environment in which students may become self-disciplined, self-reliant, and socially sensitive individuals.

Students and faculty have the opportunity to become members of several clubs and organizations. They may participate in any college activity for which they are eligible. All student organizations have faculty sponsors and are responsible to the Vice Chancellor for Student Services.

Arkansas Licensed Practical Nursing Association (ALPNA)

The purpose of the Arkansas Licensed Practical Nursing Association shall be to promote the LPN as an important member of the Health Team, concerned with the Health Standards for all people. Members must be enrolled in the LPN program.

Campus Crusades for Christ (CRU)

Campus Crusade for Christ is an interdenominational movement for students, with advisors from the staff and faculty and leadership made up of growing Christian students. CRU has a ministry presence in 191 countries. Campus Crusades for Christ’s ministry goal is to reach the world’s 60 million university students through Christ-centered fellowship, activities and retreats. www.campuscrusadesforchrist.org

Fine Arts Club

The Fine Arts Club was formed for the purpose of giving students an outlet for creative expression in the fine arts. The mission of the club is to foster an appreciation of the fine arts not only at the college, but also in the community, specifically in the areas of theatre, art, creative writing, and music. Membership is open to all currently enrolled students.

Funeral Services Club

The purpose of this organization is to build camaraderie among funeral service students, bring attention to the funeral service program within the community by assisting in various community activities, broaden the educational horizons and opportunities provided to the students of the funeral service program, and to represent and assist in the expansion of the funeral service program at UACCH by conducting ourselves in a professional manner at all times and by providing information and program assistance in the local community, throughout the state and beyond. You must be a UACCH student and must be enrolled in the UACCH Funeral Service Program.

Information Technology Club

The purpose of this organization is to foster camaraderie among students in the Information Technology sciences, promote education and opportunities for the Information Technology students and to promote awareness and means by which members of the community at large may recycle and dispose of electronic waste. Membership is open to anyone who has an active interest in the activities and is in agreement with the policies of the organization.

Lambda Beta Society

The Lambda Beta Society promotes, recognizes, and honors scholarship, scholarly achievement, service, and character of students, graduates, and faculty members of the Respiratory Care profession. It is a national honor society for respiratory care practitioners, and members must be nominated. Qualified nominees should be students enrolled in their last semester of respiratory education, be in the top 10 percent of the graduating class, demonstrate the highest professional and ethical standards, and demonstrate community involvement.

Multicultural Club

The purpose of the Multicultural Club is to bring about a better relationship among the students, faculty, and all ethnic groups, along with the enhancement of one’s self image. Also, the purpose is to have a positive effect on the general atmosphere of the College campus, as well as introduce beneficial projects to the College and community as a whole. Membership is open to all currently enrolled students.

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)

The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunities for the development of leadership and service, an intellectual climate for the exchange of ideas and ideals, lively fellowship of scholars, and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. To become members of Phi Theta Kappa, students must have attained at least 12 credit hours and a cumulative GPA of 3.50.

Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association is composed of elected representatives of the student body and deals with matters concerning the student body as a whole. SGA is a deliberative planning group which works in close liaison with administrative officials of the College, interpreting official policies to the students and student concern to the administration.

T&I Club

The T&I Club goal is to expand the participant’s occupational goals and awareness by tying together the industrial community and the college. The club is open to all students past and present, and members of the industrial community.

TRiO Student Success Club

In 1998 the TRiO Student Success Club was organized with a purpose designed to encourage and promote group unity, develop leadership skills, and provide academic, cultural and social support and services that will benefit the participants from the first day of enrollment to graduation. The club provides a friendly atmosphere, academic, cultural, and social workshops, cultural trips, fundraising activities and community service opportunities. Participants in the club serve as a resource to assist the TRiO Team in planning events and activities.