The following is a list of clubs and organizations, the current advisor, and their extensions. If you are interested in any of these clubs, please contact the appropriate advisor or you may attend one of the meetings.
If it is a new club you are interested in forming, please stop by the Student Life and Co-curricular Program Office and they will help you form a new club.
Academic Support Club: Provides information and peer support for students with learning differences. Advisors: Dr. Richard Sommers, x4317, Kathleen Fulginiti x4533 Douglas Terry X4337 Meetings: Nickerson Building, Administration Board Room, Wednesdays 2:00pm
Active Minds Club: This Club is dedicated to utilizing the student voice to raise mental health awareness among college students. We will develop and run student run chapter at the college to have educational programs. Advisor: Maura Weir x4550 Meetings: TBD
Animé Club: To bring together students interested about Japanese animé and manga, western-created animations and graphic novels. Advisor: Kathleen Fulginiti x4533 Meetings: North 116 on Mondays at 2:00pm strating 9/26/16
ASL Club: American Sign Language (ASL) club is a safe place for students and members of the community with all different sign abilities to come together and share experiences and help educate on another on ASL. Advisor: Thomas Driscoll, x4220 Meetings: Grossman Commons, Room C106 on Tuesdays 5:00pm
Arts Club: This is an open membership club which fosters awareness and appreciation of all the arts through trips and hands on workshops. Advisor: Sara Ringler, x4335 Meetings: Tilden Art Studio on Wednesdays 2:00pm
Cape Cod Community College Young Professionals: The purpose of the CCCC Young Professionals is to offer its members the opportunity to: Connect with Cape Cod’s emerging workforce and future leaders, engage in our community, advance their lives, both business and personal, on the Cape. We advocate for young professionals at CCCC and strive to create networking, educational, and service opportunities that foster professional development in collaboration with the Cape Cod Young Professionals. Advisor: Eric Simpson, email@example.com Meetings: Lorusso Tech, Room 114, Mondays and Wednesdays 2:00pm
Dental Hygiene Club: Cultivates, promotes, and sustains the art and science of Dental Hygiene. Advisor: Barbara Sheerin, x4376 Meetings: M.M. Wilkens, Room SG8, held monthly
Economics Club: Field trips, speakers, and other activities around economics. Advisor: Virender Gautam, x4501 Meetings: M.M. Wilkens, Room 107, Wednesdays at 2:00pm
Gaming Club: Provides a place for members to get together and play games of any kind, with a focus on various card and board games. Our goals are to establish camaraderie among students through a unifying hobby and to foster basic strategy, critical thinking skills and mathematics; playing together and against each other. Advisor: Lynne Johnson, x4898 and Jeff Morse firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Mondays 1:00pm at Grossman Commons, Zammer Institute
Honors Club: The mission of the Cape Cod Community College Honors Club is to enhance the academic environment of all fellow students. The Honors Club shall provide opportunities for individual growth while strengthening the campus community through the coordination of activities and projects focused on the club's three principles: Scholarship, Support and Service. Advisor: Delores Bird, x4658 Meetings: Tilden Arts Center, top floor, Thursdays 1:00–2:00pm and Fridays 12:30–1:30pm
Hospitality Club: The focus of the club is to meet to discuss topics relating to Hospitality, Travel, Tourism, Hotels and Restaurants. The club members will invite professionals from those areas in to speak to them and to also travel off campus to see these areas first hand. The club also wants to work on community service especially for students of the college community. We're also hoping to fund scholarships for Hospitality students. Advisors: Paul McCormick, x4404 and Marie Keough, x4350 Meetings: Zammer Institute, Tuesdays at 11:00am
Janus Players: Encompasses all aspects of drama: acting, production, and backstage preparation. Advisors: Vana Trudeau, x4410 and Brian Rice x4356 Meetings: Tilden Studio Theatre, Wednesdays at 2:00pm
Junto Club: Sponsors field trips to places related to great American literary works primarily in New England. Advisor: Delores Bird, x4658 Meetings: No regular meetings – meetings as needed only
LGBTQ+ Club: The club strives to build, for all protected classes, a supportive community on campus to participate in a free, open environment in which students of all gender identities and expressions, and sexual orientations can easily socialize and eagerly learn. Weekly gatherings uplift and validate each individual perspective, and fundraisers, organized events, and cooperation with other groups in the Cape Cod/South Shore area broadens communication and involvement. Advisor: John French x4555 Meetings: North 115, Wednesdays at 2:00pm
Nursing Club: Sponsors community projects and campus activities; promotes membership and participation in the Massachusetts Senate and Student Nurses and the Massachusetts Nurses Assoc.; lobbies for financial aid and improvement of nursing conditions. Advisor: Cate Casey-Lane x4539 Meetings: Monthly
Rock and Roll Club: The purpose of the club is to encourage greater performance and appreciation of rock music, to educate students about the business aspect of the music industry and provide students with an outlet to perform their own musical material. Advisor: Jerry Skelly X4408 Meetings: Tilden Arts Music Room, G11A, Wednesdays at 2:00pm
Rotaract Club: Provides an opportunity for college students to enhance their knowledge and skills that will assist them in professional development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service. Advisor: Virender Gautam, x4501 Meetings: M.M. Wilkens, Room 107, second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, 2:00pm
S.T.A.R.T (Students Achieving Recovery Together):Promotes assistance in combating potential substance abuse problems affecting many lives at the Cape Cod Community College Campus. Advisor: Regina Yaroch, x4749 Meetings: North 117, Wednesdays at 2:00pm
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math): Promotes exploration in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, with a focus on physics and astronomy. The club advocates student involvement in mathematics and science, proves a collaborative and supportive learning environment, serves as a discussion forum and promotes scientific initiatives. Advisor: Colleen Coughlin, email@example.com Meetings: Lorusso Tech, Room 102, Wednesdays at 2:00pm
Student Senate: Comprised of elected students representing the needs and best interests of students; encourages and provides for the participation of all students in the issues and policies that affect their rights and responsibilities as members of the College family. Students are strongly urged to attend Student Senate meetings, to become involved with the Student Senate, and to bring to the Senate’s attention any questions or concerns regarding student's rights and/or responsibilities. Advisor: David Biggs, x4449 Meetings: Club Room, Upper Level Grossman Commons Building, Mondays at 2:00pm
Students for Sustainability: The mission of this club is to promote awareness among students, faculty, staff and the Cape Cod community about sustainability issues and to encourage community involvement. Advisors: Kate Lepore, firstname.lastname@example.org, and Judith Underwood, email@example.com Meetings: Wednesdays at 2:00pm (location TBD)
Unity Club: The mission of the club is to educate the differences of ethnicity, culture. To promote respect and sensitivity as well as dispelling misunderstands, prejudgments and stereotypes in accordance with ethnic culture and/or physical background. The club intends to inspire, encourage and support pride in and knowledge of all heritages, backgrounds and abilities. Advisor: Tina Frias, x4320 Meetings: Location TBD, Mondays at 1:00pm
Veterans Association: To provide a forum and collegiate setting for veterans and supporters to meet and help the veteran community. Advisor: Ralph Negron x4273 Meetings: Veterans Lounge, second floor of Wilkens Library, Wednesdays at 2:00pm
The Mainsheet: The Mainsheet is the College's student newspaper that serves the student body and the college community. It is a free and independent newspaper produced by student volunteers. It is a medium for students enrolled in the college's journalism, graphic arts, and business classes to put their classroom education into action. As a student club, the Mainsheet is open to all students at the College, and club officers are elected by the membership at the second meeting of each semester. Advisor: Kerry Drohan x4410 Meetings: Mainsheet Office, Wilkens Library, Lower Level, Room GC-15, Wednesdays at 2:00pm
Phi Theta Kappa: Meets Wednesdays 2:00pm in Maureen M. Wilkens Hall (formerly South) in Room 116. Advisor: Kate Martin, x4665 Meetings: M.M. Wilkens room 116, Wednesdays at 2:00pm and Thursdays 4:00–5:00pm
WKKL 90.7FM (Makkay Broadcasting Center): College radio station offers training in radio broadcasting and equipment operation, sponsors College concerts, dances, and events. Advisor: Sarah Nelson, x4684 Meetings: News Room, WKKL, Mondays at 4:00pm
The Radio Club of Cape Cod Community College is open to all students at Cape Cod Community College. This club operates to educate and engage students in the art and science of radio, radio broadcasting, business and promotion. It does this through its activities, meetings, programs and events.
The club uses the facilities of the College owned radio station WKKL 90.7 FM a not-for-profit, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensed collegiate radio station. The radio station is located in the Makkay Broadcasting Center on the campus of Cape Cod Community College.
The station’s mission to introduce independent non-commercial music to its audiences locally on the cape and islands, as well as worldwide through its internet presence. It fulfills this mission through student involvement, community volunteer membership and alumni participation in on air programming, educational coursework and administrative tasks under the guidance of its general manager following all Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations.