Clubs & Organizations

Join a student club at JCC

Stay connected during your time at Jamestown Community College and join a club or organization. Joining a student club lets you explore your interests, meet people, and develop leadership and organizational skills. Each club is chartered through Student Senate and is open to all students and FSA members.

Get involved, try something new, and transform your college experience!

Groups on campus

  • Astronomy Club (advisor: Sean Nowling)
  • Black Student Union (advisor: Karen Campbell)
  • Chemistry Club (advisor: Corey Damon)
  • D20 (Dungeons and Dragons) (advisor: Tim Arnold)
  • Drama Club (advisor: Adam Owens)
  • Earth Awareness Club (advisors: Jan Bowman, Andrew Pitoniak)
  • Game Club
  • Impact Club (advisor: Dan Groh)
  • International Club (advisor: Hannah Pruch)
  • L.E.A.D.S. Club (Kirk Young and Jennifer Forney)
  • Nursing Club (advisors: Deb Bablak, Marlene Hamrick, Allison Johnson, Tyler Colbert)
  • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
  • Pride Club (advisor: Adam Owens)
  • Running/Walking Club (advisors: Kirk Parmenter, Corey Damon)
  • Ski Club (advisor: Kyle Brown)
  • SOTA Club (advisors: Sarah Tranum, Laura Livengood, Jessica Swanson)
  • Student Senate
  • Tech Club (advisors: Tim Griffin, Sean Nowling)
  • Uncommoners

Potential clubs:

  • Anime Club
  • Art Club
  • College Leap Club
  • Jayhawk Athlete Association
    Military and Veterans Club United
    Sport Management Club
  • Video Production Club
  • Anime Club
  • Art Club
  • Club Valor (veterans' club)
  • Film Club
  • LGBT+ Club
  • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
  • Student Senate
  • Video Game Club

 

The last Monday of every month is dedicated to Club Council. Club Council is intended to provide a forum for every chartered club and other student organizations to have time and space to report on what they’ve been working on, upcoming events and service projects, to exchange ideas, and to get leadership training.

Attendance at Club Council is required by at least one representative from each club, and more than one absence per semester may result in Club funds being frozen or restricted.