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WCCCD Offers 16 Student Organizations and Clubs

American Chemical Society
Provide students with appropriate and timely proficiencies; provide career workforce information, opportunities and resources; and create leaders for chemical/chemistry industry. Scholarship and internship opportunities are available.

Dr. Curtis Greene
Samer Hanna

As You Go
Share an informative outlook on the biblical Christianity by fostering an inclusive community with both Christian and non-Christian students; provide a safe place where students can freely learn and discuss different topics related to the Bible; and plan events that help foster community.

Dr. Nancy Sterniak

BETA BETA BETA (Tribeta) Club (Biological Honor Society) Promote scholarship in the biological sciences; promote the dissemination of biological knowledge; and encourage research. Scholarship and internship opportunities are available. Dr. Annette Hough
Dr. Curtis Greene
Dr. Christian Nwamba
Board Gaming Club Promote campus interest in games of all kinds; and bring students and community members together to learn new games.

Marcie Noutai

Console Gaming Society Promote a positive image of gamers and gaming; build creativity and critical thinking skills and networking.

Marcie Noutai

Criminal Justice Club Develop skill sets for and knowledge of the field of criminal justice; provide insight to career paths; and create networking opportunities with outside agencies.

LaDawn Kennedy

Cybersecurity Promote cybersecurity awareness, provide knowledge, experiences, networking and professional organization opportunities to students in IT and/or Cybersecurity, or interested in computers, IT, software or hardware.

Joseph Ramsey

Foreign Language Club Engage and expose our students to various languages and cultures through presentation and interaction.

Dr. Nancy Sterniak

International Student Association Inform others of international cultures and activities; develop international leaders through community service, educational and multicultural programs; and form support groups for incoming international students.

Nadia Azzam

Kingsman Chess Club Foster increased interest, participation and enjoyment of the game of chess as an intellectual sport.

Dawud Muhammad

Muslim Student Organization (MSO) Promote educational awareness and an informative outlook for Islam; and provide a platform where students can freely discuss religion and foster inter-faith and cultural understanding.

Furquan Ahmed

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

Bonita Leavell

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society Increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. Alpha Upsilon Zeta Chapter~ Recognize academic achievement; encourage
scholarship; and provide opportunities for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate. Scholarship and internship opportunities are available.

Dr. Tammy Anderson

Student Executive Council (SEC) Plan educational presentations, student activities and events; promote the rights, education, and general welfare of all students at the college; and recommend themes for student programs.

Dr. Tammy Anderson

Student Nurse Association (Nursing Club) Foster the professional development of nursing students by mentoring; and convey the standards, ethics, and skills that students will need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession.

LaDawn Kennedy, MSN, RN

Veteran’s Organization Address the needs of veterans throughout their higher education learning experience.

Hasina Philyaw

WCCCD Student Organization Policies


All returning student organizations must register with the WCCCD District Office of Student Services.   

Each organization is responsible for making sure that the records in the District Office of Student Services are kept updated.  This includes informing the District Office of Student Services about any changes in contact information, officers, advisors, or organization essentials (such as statement of purpose or constitution).   Until the records are updated, the previous officer may still be held responsible for actions of the organization.  

NOTE: Only WCCCD full-time faculty and staff members may advise a student organization.   A WCCCD full-time faculty and staff member may advise no more than three organizations concurrently. 

Student Clubs/Organizations

Students are free to organize associations in collaboration with a full-time faculty or staff member and a minimum of 10 student members. We encourage them to promote their common interest, provided such organizations are consistent with the provisions of state law and are not contrary to the educational goals of the community college.

Participation in campus organizations is open to all students. 

All applications to organize a club or organization must be approved by the District Office of Student Services and must meet the following requirements:

  • Only currently registered WCCCD students may hold offices or other leadership positions in the organization.
  • Student organizations cannot share the same mission statement, purpose, or officers with another student organization.  
  • All student organizations officers must hold at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA.
  • A current full-time WCCCD faculty or staff member must serve as an advisor to a student organization. 
  • A returning student organization must register every fall semester.  

The Wayne County Community College District has established policies related to student activities and the operation of clubs and organizations. All students are required to adhere to these policies and procedures. For additional information on how you can get involved in student activities and campus life, please contact the District Office of Student Services Office at 313-496-2634 or refer the WCCCD Student Handbook.

It is the student’s responsibility to provide individual liability, health and accident insurance coverage. The College accepts no responsibility for insurance for students who participate in student activities.

Click here for Student Organization Overview

If you are interested in starting a new student organization, click here for an application

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