HCC offers students a wide variety of clubs and organizations in which to become involved. Membership in HCC clubs is open to all credit students. Club participation allows you to meet others with similar interests, learn leadership skills, have an impact on campus, and show co-curricular activity on your resume. Contact the club advisors, listed below, for information on each club.
If you are interested in organizing a new, special interest or academically related club, please contact the College Activities office at 240-500-2225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for the necessary information, applications and support.
All student clubs are required to have at least one faculty/staff advisor.
Reminder: If you are an existing HCC club and are interested in having a Facebook group for your club, you must obtain official approval from the Public Information Office prior to creating a Facebook group. Contact email@example.com for more information. View HCC's social networking guidelines here.
Current HCC Clubs
Students interested in graphic design are encouraged to join this club, which is an official chapter of the professional association for design.
Join the AIGA Club on Facebook.
Alternative Energy Club
This eco-friendly new club is for students who have an interest in all things green.
Join the Alternative Energy Club on Facebook.
Anyone from a fan to a fanatic of anime is welcome to join students with similar interests.
Join the Anime Club on Facebook.
Black Student Union (BSU)
BSU serves all students to enrich their understanding of African-American/Black History, culture, heritage, and lifestyles.
Join the BSU on Facebook.
Meeting Times: This club meets each Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m. in CPB-125.
The HCC Business Club gives members the opportunity to learn, travel, and grow as a business professional.
Join HCC Business Club on Facebook.
The HCC Chess Club welcomes students at any level, from novice to expert. Equipment is supplied.
Christian Fellowship Club
Enjoy fellowship, music and exploring teachings of the Bible during the weekly meeting. Currently, the club meets Tuesday evenings at 6 p.m. in the Student Center conference room.
Join the Christian Fellowship Club on Facebook.
Co-Rec Soccer Club
Love playing soccer for fun? Get together with other students for intramural play behind the ARCC Saturdays at 2:30 p.m. and Wednesday at 5 p.m. The club is open to all HCC students, men and women, and all skill levels are welcome. Faculty/Staff Advisors:
Chris Baer Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This club is dedicated to enhancing students’ classroom studies and offering literary experiences outside of the classroom. The club is open to students of all majors.
Join the English Club on Facebook.
Future Educators Club
This club is open to students interested in pursuing a career in teaching and sponsors field trips, guest speakers, and classroom technology demonstrations.
Mary Beth Chaney
This group holds weekly video gaming days in the Student Center and hosts gaming tournaments.
Join the Gaming Club on Facebook.
Gaming Development Club
This club exists to further develop the skills and abilities of students interested in the video game industry.
David Maruszewski Contact: email@example.com
Join the Game Development Club
Information Technology Association (ITA)
This club’s goal is to further the knowledge-base of members beyond the normal academic curriculum and prepare members more aptly for careers within the technology fields.
The International Club is open to all students who have an interest in learning about foreign cultures and discussing international topics. This is a growing club so students are encouraged to share ideas about possible club events or activities.
Jui Jitsu Club
All levels are encouraged to join the Jui Jitsu club for intramural skill building.
This new club is for students who would like to hone their lacrosse skills with intramural play action.
The Math Club further educates its members in mathematical concepts, inspire and educate others in mathematics, and explores math that exists beyond the classroom.
Join the Math Club on Facebook.
National Organization for Women (NOW)
This club meets to discuss current topics, participates in fundraising activities, hosts speakers and goes of field trips
Join the NOW Club on Facebook.
Outdoor Adventure Club
This club gives students the chance to get outside and take advantage of the wonderful hiking, biking, rafting and rappelling adventures that our region offers.
Join the Outdoor Adventure Club on Facebook.
PTK is an international honor society that encourages scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. Membership is by invitation.
Join PTK on Facebook.
*PTK Meeting Times: Member meetings are held the 4th Thursday of each month at 2:30 p.m. in the Career Programs Building, room 128. All members and interested parties are invited to attend.
Officer meetings are scheduled at various times during the month.
Political Science Club
HCC's Poly Sci Club offers a non-partisan forum for discussion on current issues, field trips to government-related destinations, speaker forums, and more. The club is open to anyone with an interest political science, you don't have to be a poly sci major.Advisors: Eric SchwartzContact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew SmithContact: email@example.com
Psychology Club: Club Mental
Club Mental promotes the practical application of psychology. Advisor: Melinda Kowalsky Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Radiography Club is open to students interested in pursuing a career in Radiography and serves as a vehicle to discuss topics relating to radiologic technology and the field of medicine.
This club’s goals are to promote a better understanding of all aspects of the performing arts genre, and to foster the performing arts at HCC by providing opportunities to explore, develop, create, share, and support both dramatic and musical productions.
Join the Robinwood Players Theater Club on Facebook.
The Science Club promotes a better understanding of all aspects of science and provides educational activities related to science.
Join the Science Club on Facebook.
The Spectrum Club consists of student who are open to and accepting of all identities. The primary goal is to create a safe environment for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, and straight allies.
Join the Spectrum Club on Facebook.
Join the SGA on Facebook.
Student Nurses Association (SNA)
The SNA is open to students enrolled in the nursing program and fosters professionalism in nursing.
Join the SNA on Facebook.
S.O.L.O (Supporting Our Little Ones)
This organization does several things to enhance the environment for children: fundraisers to replace or repair equipment, purchase supplies, organize family and friend activities, and a volunteer program to come in and read to children, do an art project, or any other activity or service to benefit the children and the Children’s Learning Center.
The Student Veteran’s Club was created to offer support to students who are military veterans or family members.
Join the Veterans Club on Facebook.
Any HCC staff or faculty member can serve as a club advisor. If interested, contact Heather Barnhart at email@example.com for more information.