Campus Life offers several opportunities for students to serve the College in a leadership role and to grow as active, engaged students. Examples include:
Presidential Student Ambassadors assist in welcoming new students to the college and mentoring them through their first year at CCCC. Student Ambassadors includes work with college staff to:
Learn more: Student Ambassadors
Phi Theta Kappa's mission is two-fold: First, to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and second, to provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming.
Learn more: Phi Theta Kappa
Students involved in the Student Senate have the opportunity to participate in various college activities, gain self-confidence, and develop leadership potential. Students develop skills in leadership, communication, diversity, decision-making, and networking with peers. Student Senate members also:
Learn more: Student Senate
The Federal Work-Study Program allows students to gain paid work experience on campus in a variety of positions. Students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Financial Aid Office will then determine if the student is eligible for this particular program.
For more information and a listing of available positions, visit the Mary Jenkins in the Financial Aid Office in Nickerson G11.
|Campus Engagement & Wellness|
|Location||Life Fitness Center|
|Related Programs & Services||Fitness Center, Gymnasium, Recreation & Intramural Sports, Wellness Workshops, Student Leadership Opportunities, Student Engagement Programs|
|Student Life & Co-Curricular Programs|
|Location||Grossman Commons, Room 201C|
|Related Programs & Services||Student Photo IDs, Student Senate, Clubs & Organizations, Student Ambassadors, Student Handbook|