Clubs and Organizations
All students are urged to participate in any student organization. There are few restrictions involved in forming student clubs. There are no limitations to club size and any number of individuals may form an organization after obtaining a faculty or staff advisor and completing necessary paperwork. An organization must be officially recognized by the Student Government Association and the College prior to requesting and utilizing College facilities for activity purposes. The College will establish priority for use of its facilities.
Here is a sample of some of our outstanding clubs and organizations. Further information about forming clubs/organizations or participating in activities is available from the The Office of Student Life, located on the upper level of the Charles E. Rollins Center, 215-968-8257.
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Inactive Clubs (Students/ Advisors Needed)
American Studies (Meetings at Newtown)
This club offers BCCC students the opportunity to have educational discussions with one another on a monthly basis. American Studies performs at least one community service project per semester.
Advisor: David Bates, 215-968-8399
Anime Club (Meetings at Newtown) Inactive status, currently need a club advisor
The purpose of the club is to offer an enrichment of the japanese culture through anime (japanese animation) to the students of Bucks. Also, to gather together fans of the culture and the genre.
Web Site: http://clubs.bucks.edu/anime/
Buck 3D Sculpture Club (Meetings at Newtown)
The objectives of this club is to function as a cocurricular group whose focus is to further their knowledge and understanding of 3 dimensional art, it’s ideation and processes. They meet every second Friday of the month at 2 pm in 3D Arts Center.
Advisor: Jon Burns, 215-968-6377
Advisor: Tammy Bradley, 215-504-8500 ext. 8782
To offer the opportunity for the students of Bucks County Community College to discover and implement effective ways to protect and preserve the ecological environment on their campus, their community and their world.
Advisor: Dominic McGraw
Bucks Music Society (Meetings at Newtown)
Our goals are to: enhance campus social life through music; promote, organize and encourage music events on campus; provide students with opportunities to perform in a live setting; build awareness of different kinds of music. We're open to everyone on campus, not just music majors.
Advisor: Jeff Baumeister, 215-968-8135
Everything about photography. Taking pictures and getting the most out of your camera.
Advisor: Kimberly Witham
The purpose of this club is to provide a positive support unit for African American students here at Bucks, and serve as a cultural, educational and social resource for the college. To promote, plan, and integrate school and community activities that stimulate intellectual, social and moral growth of the African American community at Bucks.
Bucks County Printmaking Society (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of this club is to support printmaking and papermaking as vital contemporary art forms and encourage the appreciation of the printed image and all related media. They meet Thursdays at 7 pm in Hicks 106.
Advisor: Caren Friedman, 215-968-8671
Camping, Caving, Climbing, and Conservation Club (4 C's Club) (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of this club is to offer Caving, Camping and Climbing to students of Bucks in regards to the conservation and protection of the wildlife and environment.
Advisor: Holly Madison, 215-968-8089
The Centurion Newspaper (Meetings at Newtown)
The College’s student newspaper, reports campus activities, student opinions, and community news. Students gain valuable experience in all aspects of newspaper production. Students interested in writing for the paper, should contact the newspaper’s office in the Rollins Center, Room 128. The Centurion is published weekly during the fall and spring semesters.
Web Site: http://www.bucks-news.com/
Advisor: Tony Rogers, (215) 968-8165
Clay Club (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of this club is to create an environment that enables its members to grow in technical proficiency of their ceramics skills and a forum for discussion of the nature of art, craft, and industry.
Advisor: Mike Stek - Contact the Art Department for his contact information (215) 968-8425
Cultural Diversity Club (Meetings at Newtown) Inactive status: Contact Student Life to activite today! >
Promotes the awareness of cultural diversity on the BCCC campus through social and educational functions and programs.
Advisor: Sarah Jakub (215)497-8757
The purpose of this club shall be to learn, teach, and experience a diversity of dance cultures. The group shall meet at least twice monthly, with additional meetings called when necessary. The time and place of both regular and specially called meetings shall be given appropriate publicity.
Advisor: Jim Fillman , 215-258-7752
Advisor: Shelli Pentimall , (215) 968-8709
Advisor: Jonathan Lee (215) 968-8087
Advisor: Betsy Sell, 215-968-8029
Future Teachers Organization (Meet at Newtown and Perkasie)
This organization was formed to give Education majors the opportunity to extend their field of study. To provide a forum for all members of the association an opportunity for discussion of and involvement with matters of Education. Please go to the Future Teachers Organization's website for meeting dates and locations.
The purpose is to provide a safe haven for LGBTQA (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Questioning/Queer Ally) individuals on campus. Furthermore, the club should work towards eliminating societal barriers that prevent LGBTQA members from participating fully in campus live.
Glass Arts Society (Meetings at Newtown)
This is a co-curricular club for students interested in the art of glass blowing and glass sculpture. The Glass Arts Society meets Thursdays at 6:00pm in the 3D Arts Building.
Advisors: Dr. Rodney Altemose 215-258-7751
Hub, The (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of The Hub is to create an environment of recreational gaming available to a wide range of preferences and age groups. Our club is aimed at showing individuals the benefits and excitement of the digital age and its possibilities.
Advisor: Robert Porche 215-504-8577
Hillel (Meetings at Newtown)
Just reactivated! Is open to anyone who is interested in the Jewish faith and culture. We have build a strong relationship with Hillel of Temple University over the years and participate in programs and activities with them and also on our own. We invite you to visit the link below.
This club was just reactivated! The purpose is the raise awareness, create activities, and discuss human rights violations happening throughout the world.
Advisor: Check with Student Life firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-968-8257
This clubs purpose is to provide students the opportunity to improve performance skills and perform before the college community.
Advisor: Bill McLaughlin, (215)504-8500 ext. 6825
International Unity (Meetings at Newtown) Inactive status: Contact Student Life at 215-968-8257 to activite today!
Shares cultural information with the campus community, to offer help to all students, and to provide an exchange network on campus experience.
Advisor: Scott Bradshaw, 215-968-8453
Advisor: Matthew Rusnak, 215-968-8169
Kappa Beta Delta (Meetings at Newtown)
Is a national honor society for business students who have completed at least 15 semester hours and have earned a GPA that places them in the top 20% of all students in their specific programs.
Advisor: Charles Beem, 215-968-8237
Advisor: Robin Washington Scott 267-685-4802
Advisor: Greg Luce 215-968-8299
Advisor: David Briggs, 215-968-8444 or Leave a message for David with the Health and Physical Dept. at (215) 968-8450
Supporting students with mental health need and raising awareness about mental health issues.
Advisor: Patty Alloway
Provides an opportunity for our students who may only take evening courses a way to connect with other students in a virtual word using Facebook.
Advisor: Brian Henson
Advisor: Anne Marie Strecker, 215-968-8318
Open Door Club (Meetings at Newtown)
Provides support to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students. The organization promotes awareness and education of their issues as well as fostering an environment of mutual respect and a celebration of the diversity of all people.
Advisor: Max Probxt (215) 968-8274
Phi Theta Kappa (Meetings at Newtown and Perkasie )
Is a national honor society comprised of students with a cumulative average of 3.5 or above. The four hallmarks of the society are Leadership, Scholarship, Service and Fellowship. NEW! PTK is now meeting on our Upper Bucks Campus, Perkasie in addition to our Newtown Campus!
Advisors: Charles Beem, 215-968-8237
Radio BUX - web radio (Meetings at Newtown)
Priovide educational, entertainment, music, and sports based broadcasts for the college community and offer Bucks students with cutting edge web-based radio experience.
Advisor: John Sheridan, 215-968-8126
Fall 2010 Trip List: http://clubs.bucks.edu/socsci/triplist.html
Advisor: Karen Platts, Penn 301, 215-968-8287
Our purpose is to educate Bucks students about the genocide that is taking place in Darfur, Sudan, We will advocate for the U.S .government to take action to stop these crime against humanity, and fundraise to help protect men,women, and children who are raped and killed each day as they try and survive.
Advisor: Matt Cipriano, 215-968-8257
Students in Free Enterprise (S.I.F.E) (Meetings at Newtown)
Is for students interested in local business activities, networking, and educational projects in the business community.
Website: http://www.sife.org (National Website)
Advisors: Bruce Imber, 215-968-8259
Student Government Association (SGA) (Meetings at Newtown)
Represents the student body to the College Administration, faculty, and Board of Trustees at Bucks County Community College. SGA supports clubs and organizations; promotes participation by the students on college committees and distributes and administers their portion of the college activities fee to clubs and organizations, They meet every Tuesday buring the fall and spring semester at 12:30 in Rollins 112.
Advisor: Matt Cipriano, 215-968-8257
Student Planning Activities (SPA) (Meet at the Perkasie Campus)
Students who create social events and activities for the student body of the Upper Bucks Campus.
Advisors: Rodney Altemose 215 258 7750
Student Programming Board (SPB) (Meetings at Newtown)
Their purpose is strictly dedicated to creating educational, cultural, social, and recreational activities for the students of Bucks using an allocated portion of the Student Activities Fee. The Student Programming Board strives to deliver a diverse array of programming each semesterthrough the efforts of its officers and committees.
Advisor: Matt Cipriano, 215-968-8257
Advisor: Ron Feeback, 215-968-8437
Produces the College literary publication issued each semester. Students may submit fiction, drama, poetry, science fiction, criticism, discursive essays, photographs, and drawings.
UBC Environmental Club (Meeting at the Perkasie Campus)
Bucks students coming together to raise awareness about environmental issues on campus, community, and world
Advisor: Jim Fillman
The purpose of this club is to offer a new sport to the students at Bucks, meet new friends, play competitively against other teams and to spread the word of Ultimate Frisbee as it is becoming a more popular sport.
Advisor: David Bates 215-968-8399
Provide support, resources, and programs for our returning military men and women and their family members who are current students of Bucks County Community College. Assist Bucks Veterans Club member to meet their goas while attending Bucks. Offe a friendly and supportive environment on each of our campuses.
Advisor: Matt Cipriano 215-968-8257
Women's Studies Club (Meetings at Newtown)
Educates women to empower themselves in relationships in the workplace and home, the political process, and society as a whole by offering support through workshops, speakers, forums, and mentoring from professional women on campus and in the community.
Advisor: Tiffany Andrews, 215-504-8608