Students Clubs & Organizations

 Welcome to the Clubs and Organization page of Central Arizona College. There are a variety of opportunities to be involved in leadership, social, service, religious, educational, ethnic, and cultural clubs and organizations. Please note that all clubs are not available at each campus. For specific information regarding a club please contact Student Leadership at (520)494-5993 or contact the club sponsor.

Art Club
Central Arizona Student Nursing Association
Campus Crusades of Christ
Christian Challenge Club at Superstition Mountain Campus
Beta Upsilon Sigma Business Club
Funny Biz
Health Occupations Student of America Newman Club
PHI THETA KAPPA International Honor Society
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
SM Pride
Students Taking Action Now (STAN)

 


Art students meet serveral times each month during the school year. Each meeting the students plan and participate in Student Leadership activities, fundraisers, art field trips and community service projects. The Art Club organizes the annual "Empty Bowls" event. Ceramists at CAC create food-safe stoneware bowls and culinary arts students serve a simple meal of soup and bread. Proceeds from the sale go entirely to local food banks. For more information please go to the Art Club page.

Meetings

September 25th from 11:30am-12:00pm in N-106.

Sponsor

Susan Ramos susan.ramos@centralaz.edu


The Central Arizona Student Nursing Association (CASNA) organization assumes the responsibility to contributing to the nursing organization in order to provide for the highest quality of health care. CASNA provides programs representative of fundamental and current professional interest and concerns, and to aid in the development in the whole person, his/her professional role, and his/her resposibility for the health care for people and all walks of life.

Meetings

T.B.A.

Sponsor

Wendy Britt wendy.britt@centralaz.edu



Campus crusade is a movement of students on thousands of university campuses around the world who are seeking god. we are a global movement for the world's cuturally diverse students. Come on in, Look around, and see what we have to offer.

Meetings

T.B.A.

Sponsor
 

Clark VanGilder at Clark.Vangilder@centralaz.edu

 

Christian Challenge at Superstion Mountain Campus

The Christian Challenge club is a joint veture between Central Arizona College and the Baptists Churches of the Sounthern Baptist Convention and is part of the Baptists Collegiate Minstries. The BCM is a nationally recognized program having a large student involvement and the longest history of Christian student groups.

Meetings

T.B.A.

Sponsor

Beth Gioia at Beth.Gioia@centralaz.edu


 
Beta Upsilon Sigma is a combined business club of both the Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter and Colllegiate DECA chapter. This club will give you a chance to compete at the local and national level in various business competitions. The club also has business classes that help with understanding product, principles, and practices of the marketing process. Please see below for times of meetings and contact information. Club page

Meetings

Second and Fourth Wednesday of every month from 4:30pm-5:30pm in N-113B.

Sponsor

Linda Friedel linda.friedel@centralaz.edu

 


Funny Biz is a combination theatre club and improb trop which meets once a week. Funny Biz schedules events to showcase the talent from members of the club. Funny Biz is dedicated to bring the attention to the amazingly creative minds at work from CAC and to share with the community the magic of theatre.

Meetings

T.B.A.

Sponsor

John Owens john.owens@centralaz.edu

 


The Health Occupations Student of America chapter competes and is apart of the national organization which helps the members grow their medical leadership skills. All student interested in the medical field can shape their leadership skills by joining this club.

Meetings

T.B.A.

Sponsor

Tiffany Brown tiffany.brown@centralaz.edu

 


The PHI THETA KAPPA International Honor Society (PTK) is to provide for opportunity to develop leadership and service, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for the stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. Membership in this club is a privilege earned by qualifications, honor and service.

Meetings

T.B.A.

Sponsor

Evelyn Friend evelyn.friend@centralaz.edu


Science*Technology*Engineering*Math

The STEM Club, unifies the vased resources of science, technology, engineering, and math associations and direct them toward the achievement of common objectives and public service for the good of the greater Signal Peak Campus, bettering our community.

Meetings

September 21st at 11:30am in S-107 (STEM Blue Room). Meetings will be held every other Friday at 11:30am.

Sponsor

Mary Holland mary.holland@centralaz.edu

 

Students Taking Action Now (STAN)

The STAN Club, is dedicated to building leadership skills and providing leadership opportunities to students. We focus on helping the college community, local communities, and current memebers by providing service to all in need.

Meetings

T.B.A.

Sponsor

Sheri Soria sheri.soria@centralaz.edu

Dianna Davis dianna.davis1@centralaz.edu

 

newman club

 

The Newman Club (named after Cardinal John Henry Newman) is a faith group for students of Central Arizona College who want to socialize in a Christian environment and are interested in spiritual growth and community service opportunities.

Meetings

Every Wednesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm, Newman Club Social

Every Sunday from 5:30pm-6:00pm, Eucharistic Service

Sponsor

Mary Kieser mary.kieser@centralaz.edu

 



Superstition Mountain Pride

Mission:
Welcome Diversity! The Superstition Mountain Pride extends an invitation for social interaction and education for LGBT and straight allies regarding issues for Central Arizona Students. Together we take an active role, toward equal rights for all.
Purpose:
The members of Superstition Mountain Pride intend to provide a positive and supportive setting for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender students and straight allies at Central Arizona College. Through social activities and educational awareness Superstition Mountain Pride seeks to create a safe environment for students.
Goals:
We envision the establishment of a LGBT group on CAC campus increasing awareness, social interaction and education where the future purposes of Superstition Mountain Pride can create a coalition of committed members and staff among the Central Arizona College community.

Meetings:
Every Friday from 12:00pm-1:00pm in F-104.

Sponsor:
Joel Beck Joel.Beck@centralaz.edu

 

Annual Renewal of Registration

In order to keep its registration status current, each club or organization shall submit a Club Registration Form annually. All clubs must include a sample budget (including projected fundraising projects), a proposed calendar of events for the academic year along with the Club Registration Form. In addition, the club's constitution must be reviewed and updated every two years. The registration form, sample budget, events calendar and constitution must be submitted to the Student Leadership Office no later than the end of the fourth full week of each semester.

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