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- African American Student Association
- Brain Bowl
- Early Childhood Student Association
- Film Club
- NWFSC Media Group
- Phi Theta Kappa
- Pre-Professional Educators Association
- Radiography Club
- Society of Human Resource Managers
- Student Ambassadors
- Student Nurses' Association
Brain Bowl is a team that competes in academic tournaments around the state in the fall and spring semesters. Tournaments consist of competing against teams from other colleges and universities, answering questions in multi-round matches on topics such as math, current events, history, art and music, geography and science. Tuition scholarships are available to participating students.
Contact: Dr. Kurt Teets | (850)-729-5247 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Is public speaking in your future: lawyer; teacher; minister; theater; movies; politics; radio/TV reporter; talk shows? Maybe you like to debate the issues, or you like to enlighten or to entertain people. Are you looking for scholarship opportunities? If so, consider joining the NWF State College Forensics Team!
Contact: (850) 897-2080 | email@example.com
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for two-year colleges. Membership into Northwest Florida State College's Sigma Mu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is by invitation only. It is extended by student email to those students currently enrolled at Northwest Florida State College who have completed a minimum of twelve credit hours at our college and have maintained a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 in all college courses.
ContactPTK Website Advisor: Mrs. Donna Pierson | (850) 729-6416 | firstname.lastname@example.org President: Paul Briar Swanson | email@example.com
Membership in AASA will give students an opportunity to interact with other individuals who share common interests. Students will acquire skills that are not taught in a classroom setting. These skills will prove beneficial to them as they matriculate from the college setting into the career world.
Early Childhood Student Association promotes professional growth and knowledge in childhood development area, provides opportunity for students to meet with each other and professionals, perform service projects, and practices advocacy for children and their families.
ContactBeverly Sandlin | (850) 729-5386 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Film Club is composed of students and is also open to the public, we meet to watch and discuss movies. The movies we watch not only include Hollywood hits but also foreign, independent, and classic movies.
ContactAdvisor: Dr. David Simmons | (850) 729-6074 | email@example.com President: Michael Valdez | (575) 680-7347 | firstname.lastname@example.org
NonTrad2Grad is a student group for a diverse population of NWFSC students who did not enter college directly from high school. The group will support these students in a social environment by having monthly meetings and support them academically by acting as a resource for information about services at NWFSC. In response to group member's requests, we will have speakers, events, and instructional sessions.
Contact: (850) 729-5310 | email@example.com | (850) 729-6087 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pre-Professional Educators Association (PEA) was established fall 2009 to enhance Northwest Florida State College (NWFSC) Teacher Education Programs.
PEA serves three main purposes:
- To provide prospective education majors with information on NWFSC Teacher Education Programs.
- To mentor and assist program peers
- To enhance the Teacher Education Program experience with activities that enrich the lives of and relationships among students, faculty, staff, and members of the community
ContactAdvisor: Dr. Lynn Ketter | (850) 729-6440 | email@example.com President: Rachel Secord | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Raider Productions (formerly Media Group) is a group of digital cinema and film producers, photographers, actors, directors, animators, techies, web designers, sound designers, and anyone else interested in the field of digital multimedia creation. We believe in creativity and that it should be instated as much as possible.
ContactNWFSC Media Group Facebook Advisor: Sam Hill | (850) 729-5277 | email@example.com President: Matthew Harris | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Raidography Club is composed of members enrolled at NWF State College in the Radiography
club promotes awareness in the radiography field and participation in health care related activities.
ContactAdvisor: Grace Stewart | (850) 729-6462 | email@example.com President: Tara Sutton | firstname.lastname@example.org
NWF SHRM is a student based HR professional organization that exists to build and sustain partnerships with community human resource professionals in order to address people management challenges that influence the effectiveness and sustainability of their organizations and communities; provide a community for HR students to share expertise and create innovative solutions on people management issues; pro actively provide leadership and opportunities for HR students at NWF State College.
ContactAdvisor: Keith Burns | (850) 729-5231 | email@example.com President: Elizabeth Scruggs | firstname.lastname@example.org
NWFSC Student Ambassadors serve as the official hosts & hostesses of NWFSC. They are well spoken, enthusiastic student leaders who represent the college at special events, campus visits and tours, alumni and foundation activities, commencement, and similar recruitment opportunities. The NWFSC Student Ambassador is a position of high esteem and an opportunity for students to have pride and ownership of their higher learning institution while building leadership skills and qualities.
This organization is for students accepted into the nursing program. It aids in reaching members of the community though volunteer work and prepares students for their future career as nurses by teaching them leadership skills.
ContactAdvisor: Henry Moore | (850) 729-4904 | email@example.com President: Courtney Barrow | firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in registering a new student organization obtain the Student Organization Handbook and follow steps for registering a new student organization. If you are reactivating an inactive student, contact the Student Life Office in the Activities Center for information on inactive clubs & organizations.Register or Reactivate a Club or Organization
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