Anime Culture Club
This club shares and expresses appreciation of Japanese pop culture and love of Anime. Club members often travel to a regional Anime convention in the spring.
Advisors: Erin Zeiders-Weber, contact form
Joshua Zeiders-Weber, e-mail
Meeting Time and Place: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 12-1 p.m., in ARSC 110
Black Student Union
The primary goal of the Black Student Union (BSU) is to support students of African American descent and others at JCC to transition into college life. Through promotion of academic achievement, BSU seeks to build and maintain community spirit among the African American student population and enhance the cultural development of the JCC community as a whole. All students are welcome to join!
Advisor: Genevieve Thevenin, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Tuesdays, Thursdays, 6-8 p.m., in HULT 212
Campus Activities Board
The Campus Activities Board assists the Director of Campus Life in selecting and implementing programming for student activity hour on Mondays or Wednesdays throughout the semester. Students on the board have the opportunity to attend the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities Conference every fall and spring to explore talent they'd like to bring to campus.
Advisor: Kimberly Irland, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: scheduled as needed
Cheer and Dance Team
The Cheer and Dance club hopes to get the JCC student body more involved with sporting events. They hope to use social skills to cheer for fellow classmates and promote school spirit.
Advisor: Aimee Brunelle, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Mondays, Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m., Fridays, 12-3 p.m., in PHYS ED COMPLEX
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminal Justice Club will educate students about different aspects of the criminal justice field, engage students in community-oriented activities and criminal justice related learning experiences, inform students of potential employment opportunities via guest speakers, and facilitate networking among and between students and criminal justice professionals.
Advisors: Brian Barone, contact form
Katy-Jan Bobseine, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m., in HULT 213
Deranged Nerd Alliance (Biotechnology Club)
The DNA Club promotes awareness of biotechnology and donates to causes that help fight disease (i.e. netting to prevent malaria in Haiti). The club participates in field trips where they can see biotechnology first hand.
Advisor: Dr. Jacqueline Crisman, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m., in SCCE
Earth Awareness Club
The Earth Awareness Club promotes an increased understanding and appreciation of the natural world and its creatures, wise environmental stewardship, enhanced knowledge of important environmental issues, compassionate living, and local awareness and action.
Advisor: Jan Bowman, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m., in SCCE 124
I.E.H. Social Group for Autism Spectrum Disorders
The purpose of IEH Social Club is to inform and educate students on Autism Spectrum Disorders. Any student on campus may attend a meeting to learn more about autism disorders.
Advisor: Nancy Callahan, contact form
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Club
InterVarsity is a student-led Christian organization that meets weekly on campus. We encourage anybody anywhere in their faith, from strong followers to confused and unsure individuals, to attend. We offer an enjoyable atmosphere, pizza to eat, a time of worship together, and a beneficial message. We encourage open discussions regarding any questions and concerns of faith. We at InterVarsity exist to build witnessing communities, to grow together as followers of Jesus, and to engage the campus with the gospel.
Advisors: David Jeffery, contact form
Dan Soderberg, e-mail
Meeting Time and Place: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 12-1 p.m., in HULT 271
Interweave Gay-Straight Alliance
The Interweave Gay-Straight Alliance is a club to raise awareness and consciousness of surrounding GLBT issues. The goal of the club is to build tolerance and respect for the diversity of others.
Advisor: Shannon Bessette, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Mondays, 12-1 p.m., in HULT 284
Nontraditional Student Network
The Nontraditional Student Network provides a setting for nontraditional students to exchange and discuss mutual concerns, ideas, and problems in a relaxed informal atmosphere. The Nontraditional Student Network acts as a mentor/support for one another to improve retention rates as nontraditional learners.
Advisor: Ron Turak, contact form
The Nursing Club increases awareness about JCC’s nursing program and creates a support network for nursing students. The club members become mentors to the pre-nursing students. The club allows students to develop professional skills of organization, leadership, and communication.
Advisors: Mary Rose Chasler, contact form
Rebecca Tyler, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Mondays, 12-1 p.m., in ARSC 334
Paradox is a club dedicated to service within JCC and the Jamestown community as large that seeks to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ through its activities. The club will foster unity among all students, regardless of faith, who want to make a positive impact on their community.
Advisor: Gib Higgins, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Fridays, 12-1 p.m. every other week, in ARSC 229 (service projects to be scheduled Friday afternoons)
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Recognizes and encourages the academic achievement of two-year college students. Provides opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service, and fellowship programming.
Advisor: Renee Funke, contact form
Catherine Iannello, contact form
The Physics Club was established to provide JCC students with resources and fun educational activities related to physics. Members seek to improve students' perceptions of physics and math.
Advisor: Sean Nowling, contact form
The Student Ambassadors of JCC promote the college to area high schools and prospective students through efforts such as campus tours and special events/projects through the admissions and recruitment office. This is a paid leadership/employment position.
Advisor: Jade Barber, Admissions Office, contact form
Members of the JCC Student Newspaper write articles pertaining to what goes on around campus and events on and off campus. Funny and personal articles can be found as well. The main purpose of the Student Newspaper is to give the student body a voice.
Advisors: Isaac McQuistion, contact form
Simone Mullinax, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m., in HULT 117
Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
The mission of SOTA is to support the professional growth of students interested in the field of Occupational Therapy (OT) and to promote OT on campus and in the community.
Advisor: Sarah Tranum, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Wednesdays, 12:30-1 p.m., in OTA Lab ARSC 146
Teacher Education Club
JCC Teacher Education Cub will provide members with opportunities to further develop their professional skills and knowledge. Members will have opportunities ranging from presentations by guest speakers to making and taking sessions.
Advisor: Renee Funke, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Mondays, 12-1 p.m., HULT 267
Travel Club will provide a variety of educational experiences that will encourage members to broaden their knowledge of and increase their enthusiasm for their chosen occupational areas. Members will have the opportunity to volunteer for local community events.
Advisor: Kayla Crosby, contact form
Meeting Time and Place: Mondays, 4-5 p.m., Hillside Suites West: study hall room