Here at Cape Fear Community College, we believe that the more involved you are in extracurricular activities, the more successful you will be. CFCC clubs and organizations help to teach leadership skills, emotional maturity, teamwork, and more. There is a diverse range of groups to choose from, from the Feminist Alliance to the Computer Technology Club. Joining a student club is highly encouraged!
If you have any questions or if you are interested in starting your own student club, please contact Ryan Mantlo, the Director of Student Activities and Athletics, at 910-362-7042.
The Cape Fear Community College Anthropology Club is a group of like-minded individuals that all share an interest in the study of the human experience. All students with an interest in archeology, linguistics, modern and archaic cultures, and the study of human interaction are welcome to attend. The club takes field trips to local sites of historical importance and undertakes projects to enlighten the community on matters of historical and cultural significance.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Rachel B.W. Satzman, MA. at email@example.com or at 910-362-7641 .
This student club trains in the traditional art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, including drilling on various escapes, submissions, and leveraging techniques. The purpose of this club is to provide a safe and enjoyable learning environment where any interested student can learn about or improve his/her Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skill set.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Timothy Vandenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org 910-362-7444 .
The Cape Fear Community College Business Technologies Club (BTC) is a group of like-minded individuals that share an interest in the study and application of business-related knowledge, activities, and opportunities. The BTC hosts various guest speakers take field trips to local businesses, and practices community service for local charities and non-profits. In addition, members become highly networked, which may lead to employment.
For more information, contact a faculty advisor .
The Campus Crusade for Christ is a community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ.
Our purpose is helping to fulfill the Great Commission in the power of the Holy Spirit by winning people to faith in Jesus Christ, building them in their faith and sending them to win and build others and helping the body of Christ to do evangelism and discipleship. We are committed to the centrality of the cross, the truth of the Word, the power of the Holy Spirit and the global scope of the Great Commission.
Cape Fear Community College’s Association of Nursing Students includes ADN, RIBN, LPN-RN, and Pre-Nursing students. Our goals are to prepare nursing students and graduates for problems affecting nursing and community affairs, promote interest in professional nursing organizations, and cooperate with professional organizations in the recruitment of nursing students.
For more information contact Toni Scollins at email@example.com or 910-362-7533 .
coordinates and communicates volunteer opportunities for Service-Learning. This program engages students and faculty in best practices for effective community partnerships through special projects, events, and educational activities. Each year, over 5,000 Service-Learning hours are recorded, and more than 500 Cape Fear Community College students are involved in the program.
For more information contact Club Advisor Kate Santhuff at 910-362-7594 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The mission of the Computer Technology Club is to implement an environment where students with varying degrees of computer and networking technology skills can work together to enhance their academic achievements and experience through volunteer services, activities, and partnerships with local industry.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Jon Armke at 910-362-7377 or email@example.com or Co-Advisor David Brehmer at 910-362-7399 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The goal of the Creative Arts Club is to promote creative arts on campus through activities that bring students together. Our purpose is to enhance the learning activities among current art majors while giving students who are not art majors a way to explore their creative sides and participate in the school’s artistic community. The activities of the club include art demonstrations/workshops, student art sales, collaborative work, service learning, and teaching.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Victoria Paige at 910-362-7130 or email@example.com .
EVOLVE CFCC is a student-led committee working to raise awareness on campus of available student services and support, in addition to creating stronger policies, procedures, and collaboration with community service providers regarding healthy relationships. If you are a victim or are concerned about a victim, please contact someone immediately.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Bethaney Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Feminist Alliance is a group of students, faculty, and staff members who think that feminism is a very important part of our lives. We host events, including forums, movie screenings, and talks to raise awareness about the necessity of feminism.
For more information contact, Club Advisor Yuna Shin at 910-362-7623 or email@example.com .
The Flying Pig Club connects with others in their community and school, encouraging and fostering the ideal of service as a basis of enterprise. Its members are dedicated people who share a passion for education and developing leadership skills through community service. The Flying Pig Club also provides qualified students with money for tuition.
The IASL Club members support and promote the Interpreter Education program at CFCC. Our members join together to plan community service events and fundraisers in the Deaf community in the Wilmington area and the surrounding coastal region. Additionally, the club strives to promote American Sign Language awareness in the local community.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Joy Schultz at 910-707-4727 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Cape Fear Community College is committed to providing programs and services that emphasize our commitment to global awareness and education. This is accomplished through our educational opportunities as well as support to students, CFCC faculty and staff and the community. Learn more about the International Center at CFCC
Blythe Bennett email@example.com
McLeod Building, Wilmington Campus
401 North Front Street, Wilmington, NC 28401 910-362-7389
Welcome to the Live Production Technologies Club!
The Live Production Technologies Club is a place where students interested in working with technical production equipment (such as soundboards, light boards, and much more!) can not only theorize about technical techniques for live events but also discuss those theories. Club members practice those theories with professionals who have decades of experience in the industry, offering a great deal of knowledge in regard to equipment and practices.
The Mathematics Club gives those students with an interest in mathematics a source outside the classroom to explore and support further exploration. Members serve as an outreach program for tutoring middle and high school students. Additionally, the club helps prepare students for the NCMATYC student math league exam.
For more information, please contact Club Advisor Brittany Vicks at 910-362-7174 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
NAMI on campus at CFCC is dedicated to building better lives for those who live with mental health conditions. Through a commitment to raising awareness, club members combat the stigma that surrounds these conditions by breaking the silence, shame, secrecy, myths, and ignorance that create barriers to seeking help.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Kelly Stanley at 910-362-7125 or email@example.com .
Promote the advancement of the profession of Nurse Aide, assist Nurse Aide students in making social connections with one another, with local employers, with CFCC student support opportunities, and to provide service to the local Wilmington community through volunteer action.
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The Nixon Leaders Center
focuses on increasing the graduation, retention, and transferring of underrepresented populations of students enrolled at CFCC.
Travis Corpening, Nixon Leaders Center – Coordinator
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The Pharmacy Technology Club is open to students at CFCC who are interested in Pharmacy Technology or who are already enrolled in our program. A main goal is to network within the pharmacy career field while building friendships with colleagues in the community. Club members provide services to the Wilmington Area and develop leadership skills.
For more information, contact a faculty advisor.
The purpose of the Philosophy Club is to cultivate respect and passion for the extraordinary diversity and significance that exists within human experience and the intellectual tradition. Through exposure to ideas familiar and foreign, club members are encouraged to seek understanding through collective inquiry.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Dr. Eric Brandon at 910-362-7346 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The purpose of the Phlebotomy Club is to help students do things related to phlebotomy in the community and on campus. Students will also raise funds through the club to help off-set some of the costs of the National Certification and a pinning ceremony.
Alpha Chi Sigma is the CFCC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for the two-year college. Its purpose is to honor those students who have worked hard in their selected field of study with an invitation to take advantage of all the benefits of membership. Phi Theta Kappa encourages the development of members in the Hallmark areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship by service projects and scholarship activities that focus on that year’s Honors Topic of study. These activities and programs give members the opportunity to affect change, not only in their school and community but on the regional and international levels as well!
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The Pineapple Guild provides social and professional contacts and experiences for students in the Hospitality Management, Culinary Arts, and Baking and Pastry programs. Members engage in community and college food service for charitable and fundraising purposes in order to support our annual trip to the National Restaurant Association Expo in Chicago.
For more information, please contact Club Advisor Diane Withrow at 910-362-7072 .
The Political Science Club provides political science students with new opportunities to explore the world of politics as a possible profession. The club acts as a debate society where members will be permitted to discuss issues of politics and political science in greater detail and with individuals who may possess differing opinions and ideologies. Club members seek to interact with the wider community by engaging in charitable and philanthropic activities in order to better understand the real-world impact that political decisions may have on the society at large.
For more information, please contact Club Advisor Nelson G. Beaulieu at 910-362-7811 or email@example.com .
is Cape Fear Community College’s annual literary and arts magazine. For over 15 years, the CFCC English department–with the support of CFCC administration, the CFCC Foundation, CFCC faculty and staff, and student editors–has published an annual print arts magazine. The magazine features works in short fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art by CFCC students, faculty, and staff. Read more about submitting your writing and artwork here
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
PRIDE Club is a welcoming environment for LGBTQ+ students and their allies. The club’s mission is to provide a safe and supportive network for students who are part of the LGBTQ+ community.
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The Print Collective is a student club focusing on all the facets of printmaking including but not limited to Relief printing,Screen printing, Intaglio print, etc.
Our goals as a club for Cape Fear Community College are to Communicate and Collaborate with Alumni, to Engage with the Community, Broaden the Horizons of Perspective Students, Strengthen Wilmington’s Art Community, to strengthen Individual Students and inspire Further Development, to Give Back to the Community, but most of all to Make Art.
Ratio Christi (Latin for “The Reason of Christ”) is a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ. Bringing together faith and reason to establish the intellectual voice of Christ in the University, Ratio Christi is planting student and faculty-led apologetics clubs at universities around the world. Students, engaged in the battle for the mind, learn to defend God’s existence, the reliability of the Bible, and the fact of Christ’s resurrection.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Beth Hood at 910-362-7584 or email@example.com .
The Student Government Association
is an active organization; it is the voice of the student body and has paved the way for open lines of communication between students and administration. Students receive practical experience in responsible citizenship through participation in a program of self-government.
The Student Occupational Therapy Association Club (SOTA) is open to students in the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at CFCC. The primary mission of the club is to raise awareness of the profession of OT both within the college and the community. Members are dedicated to the support of local and nationally based charitable organizations. The club and associated activities are designed and managed by student leaders who are elected annually by their peers.
For more information, contact Club Advisor Jennifer Renshaw at 910-362-7096 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
National Association of Veterinary Technicians (NAVTA)/ Student Chapter
For information, contact Club Advisor Clif Simmons at 910-362-7421 or email@example.com .
We hope to provide a safe space where students of all abilities can come together and develop friendships with one another. We will structure activities, so our members can spend quality time together to get to know each other. Ideally, these friendships will then extend beyond the structural confines of the club, and members will represent the club in greater institutional activities.
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