Student Organizations

FAITH UNLEASHED IN EVERYDAY LIFE (FUEL)– This organization is open to all students interested in developing and strengthening their spiritual development and encouraging one another. This club also works toward developing leadership skills, reach out to others and work in a team environment.

LITERARY CLUB– The goal and structure of this club is to motivate students of Paul D. Camp Community College in all programs toward a better understanding and promotion of literary works. This club strongly focuses on building strong leadership skills, promoting teamwork, and inspiring excellence as students read and discuss diverse literature, attend various cultural events, contribute to the scholarly voice on campus, and serve in various ways through community service.

NURSING STUDENT ASSOCIATION– Open to all pre-nursing and nursing students, the purpose of this organization is to assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care; provide programs representative of fundamental interests and concerns to nursing students; and aid in the development of the whole person, his/her professional role, and his/her responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life.

PHI THETA KAPPA (ΦΘΚ)– This organization is a national honorary society. Its purpose is to recognize and encourage scholarship. Working toward this goal, Phi Theta Kappa endeavors to provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas, and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.

SCIENCE CLUB– This organization is open to all students interested in sciences and learning more about science related topics including space study, horticulture, oceanography and other scientific fields.

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
Since many of the decisions that are made at Paul D. Camp Community College directly affect students and their academic programs, all students are encouraged to participate in the decision-making processes available to them. The primary ways in which students may participate are through the College’s Steering Committee and through the Student Government Association. The College’s Steering Committee allows one student representative (SGA President) from each campus to take an active role in committee deliberations and vote on an equal basis with other committee members.

The Student Government Association is the recognized representative organization of the student body and has direct access to the President and other administrators of the College on issues and concerns. The Student Government Association provides each student with an equal voice in student affairs. Students automatically become members of SGA when they register. The Student Government Association of Paul D Camp Community College was formed to encourage an active role in college life and activities. All students are urged to acquaint themselves with the Constitution and take part in all student government activities.

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM
The Student Support Services Program (SSS) at Paul D. Camp Community College is a federally funded program designed to assist selected college students. The goal of the program is to increase the probability that students will successfully complete their educational goals. To equip students with necessary survival skills, the program offers free tutoring, counseling, cultural and educational enrichment, and assistance for students desiring to transfer to a four-year institution. The SSS staff also acts as a liaison between students and the various college offices to ensure that students have access to all appropriate college and community services.

Participation in the SSS Program is voluntary, and acceptance into the program is based on criteria established by the U.S. Department of Education. Students may refer themselves to this program or be referred by a counselor, instructor or other staff member. Applications for Student Support Services are available in the SSS offices in Franklin and Suffolk.