Student activities encourage members of the College to become active in campus and community life by creating opportunities for involvement and service as well as to promote professional growth, individual and school pride, and student morale.
Care is taken to ensure that extracurricular activities enhance the educational process. One hour per week, 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. each Thursday, is reserved for these activities. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to become involved in activities as a measure to enrich your experience at Wilson Community College!
Students are expected to conduct themselves on and off campus in a socially acceptable manner. Profanity is not allowed on campus or during off campus activities sponsored by The College or The College's student organizations. Functions or activities sponsored by Wilson Community College student organizations off campus will be held in accordance with state and local laws. Individuals in violation of these are subject to disciplinary action as outlined in the Disciplinary Procedures Policy. Organizations in violation are subject to revocation of charter.
Questions regarding appropriateness of activities should be directed to the Student Activities Committee.
For more information contact:
Director of Admissions & Student Activites
Building F, Office: F-100d
The Wilson Community College Association of Nursing Students contributes to nursing education for high-quality healthcare. The Association provides programs for nursing students. Membership is composed of Associate Degree Nursing and pre-nursing students. Wilson Community College maintains a local chapter and works closely with the national chapter to pursue common interests for wellness and health.
Advisor: Susan Pittman ~ firstname.lastname@example.org ~ (252) 246-1208~ Office: G-219
Student Mentoring Academic Retention Team (SMART) is a mentoring program for minority male students, which pairs each student with a faculty, staff, or peer mentor. The mentor’s role is to assist and guide students in discovering the value of attending college, pursuing goals relative to the students' program of study, and becoming familiar with campus resources. The program is designed for flexibility to meet student’s needs, schedules, and interests. To learn more about opportunities for involvement please review the SMART website.
Advisor: John Edwards ~ email@example.com ~ (252) 246-1294~ Office: F-100
The Science and Technology Club is comprised of enthusiastic and committed students who would like to promote renewable energy technology, environmental science, conservation and community service activities both on and off our campus.
The English Club was established in 2007 to enable students interested in the study of English to participate in all facets of self-discovery. The club is open to all curriculum students in good standing with the College and may hold regular meetings and activities including book reviews, literary readings, field trips, and literature-based movie events.
Advisor: Britney Smith ~ firstname.lastname@example.org ~(252) 246-1265 ~ Office: C-110
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the most active organization at the College. Its purpose is to develop student leadership, promote the morale of the student body, and to provide a means for a close working relationship between students and College personnel. Through the SGA, each student has a voice in college affairs. To learn more about opportunities for involvement, please review the SGA website.
Advisor: Sandra Lackner ~ email@example.com ~ 252.246.1435 ~ Office F100d
The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) is a leadership honor society with the purpose of building leaders to make a better world. Our student leaders will do this by creating the lives they desire, by discovering what they want to do, and by utilizing support and tools to achieve their goals. Inducted members of (NSLS) enhance personal, academic, and professional growth through self- motivation, success networking teams, personal success coaching, and international networking opportunities. To learn more about opportunities for involvement, please review the NSLS website.
The National Technical Honor Society recognizes academic and personal excellence among diploma students. Membership eligibility is based on the number of hours completed, grade point average of 3.5 or higher, current enrollment, and recommendations from the faculty. Invitations are extended each semester to those who meet eligibility requirements.
Advisor: Debby Skinner ~ firstname.lastname@example.org ~ (252) 246-1347~ Office: G-115a
The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society recognizes academic and personal excellence among associate degree students. Students who are currently enrolled, are recommended by the faculty, and have maintained a GPA of 3.5 or higher after completing 24 credit hours will be eligible for membership in Phi Theta Kappa.
Students are encouraged to form new organizations and clubs as their interests dictate. To request formation, a written request to establish a new student club or organization must be submitted to the Student Activities Committee through a designated Student Government Association Executive Council member. All requests to form a new student club or organization should follow the steps specified in the current Student Government Association’s Constitution as well as Institutional Policy OOP SS-9.
Chair: Sandra Lackner ~ email@example.com ~ (252) 246-1435 Office: F-100d