SNAP Fieldtrip to Bot Garden Cultural events, cookouts, clubs, community and college service projects, performances, trips abroad and lectures are examples of extracurricular activities planned and coordinated by the student activities department. Events such as these are designed to enrich and enhance the students’ academic experiences.
All Christians Together in Service (ACTS)
The All Christians Together in Service (ACTS) organization is a non-denominational, Christian-based organization. The ACTS statement of faith is as follows: To support the body of believers at the Eastern Shore Community College and to further the cause of Christ by performing outreach on campus as well as throughout the Eastern Shore community. For more information contact Jerry Fluharty or Barry Neville.
The Electronics Club (TEC)
The Electronics Club (TEC) is a scholastic organization created with the purpose of enhancing regular curricular offerings. Extracurricular activities, service learning projects and peer interaction are used to advance member knowledge and cultivate an appreciation of technology. Membership is open to any student that maintains a GPA of 2.5 or greater. For more information contact John Floyd.
Graphomania is defined as “the passion to write.” The ESCC Graphomaniacs are students and other members of the college community who meet to share their writings and discuss ways to improve them. The group meets twice a month at the college and may also attend local writing conferences and events. For more information contact Kim Grewe.
Health Occupations Students of America
The Health Occupations Students of America organization is a state and national vocational club for secondary and postsecondary students in health occupations such as vocational nurse aide program, practical nursing, EMT, vet assistant, dental assisting, etc. The group sponsors state and national level competitions in the various vocational areas in addition to leadership competitions. Career readiness is promoted via public speaking, resume preparation, and job interviewing. For more information contact HOSA advisor, Linda Pruitt.
Just About Music Club (JAM)
Exists to create, learn and understand the art of music. Strives to better musical skills and use them to promote ESCC and public events.
The Man2Man group is open to all ESCC men (faculty, staff and students) and strives to feed the body and mind. Excellence through service is the method though which our members will be changed. For more information contact advisor, David Rogers.
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)
The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda is to provide opportunities for post-secondary and college students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations and business teacher education. Phi Beta Lambda is an integral part of the instructional program and, in addition, promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility. For more information contact advisor, Ann Handy.
PTK Officer Orientation Fall 2012 001 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor society for two-year colleges, which recognizes scholarship among associate degree students. In addition, it provides opportunities for leadership, service and fellowship. To become a member, a student must, be enrolled in a regionally accredited institution offering an associate degree program, have accumulated full-time status (at least 12 hours) in courses leading to an associate degree, have established a grade point average of 3.20, and be of good moral character and possess recognized qualities of citizenship. For more information contact advisor, Robin Rich-Coates.
The Green Club
SNAP Photography Club (SNAP)
For photography lovers! This club covers campus events, presents photography exhibits, hosts photography contests and goes on trips together to take pictures. For more information contact advisor, Carol McGarrity.
Student Government Association (SGA)
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the official representative of the student body. All credit students may participate in SGA elections. Full-time and part-time students with grade point averages of 2.50 or higher are eligible to run for office (up to two part-time students may serve). The SGA organizes most of the student activities at the College, recommends student representation on major College committees, and consults with College officials on matters of concern to the student body. For more information contact advisor, Jerry Fluharty.