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Student Clubs and Organizations Descriptions

35+ Club
The 35+ Club aims to help engage and increase the involvement of non-traditionally aged JCCC students.
Advisor: Beth Edmonds, 913-469-8500, ext. 4783

Active Minds
The purpose of Active Minds is to help boost awareness of mental health. We want people to understand that mental health is serious and we are here to help the people who suffer from various disorders and their loved ones.
Advisor: Susie Sympson, 913-469-8500, ext. 6425
Facebook: Active Minds

Advertising and Public Relations Club
The Advertising and Public Relations Club is for advertising and public relations students at JCCC to gain insight into the professions of advertising, PR, marketing, and corporate communication. The organization hopes to invited guest speakers to talk, go on tours of agencies, gain hands-on experience, and attend conferences of PR professionals. The Advertising and Public Relations Club is affiliated with the Kansas City Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.
Advisor: Gretchen Thum, 913-469-8500, ext. 5457
Facebook: Advertising and Public Relations Club

All-In seeks to bring college life experiences equally to JCCC students with and without disabilities, to promote inclusion through interaction with each other, and to develop students to become advocates of disabilities.
Advisor: Carla Dodge, 913-469-8500, ext. 4248
Advisor: Courtney Barden, 913-469-8500, ext. 3247
Advisor: Craig Butler, 913-469-8500, ext. 6444

American Association of University Women Student Affiliate
The American Association of University Women Student Affiliate seeks to bring people together for the common goal of breaking through educational and economic barriers for women and girls. In addition, the club seeks to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.
Advisor: Toby Klinger, 913-469-8500, ext. 4173
Facebook: JCCC AAUW

American Dental Hygienists Association
The Student American Dental Hygienists Association, a category of the American Dental Hygienists Association, is dedicated to the advancement and promotion of the dental hygiene profession. Membership is limited to students enrolled in the dental hygiene program.
Advisor: Maggie Curry-Chiu, 913-469-8500, ext. 3244
Advisor: Margaret LoGiudice, 913-469-8500, ext. 2582
Advisor: Kim Stabbe, 913-469-8500, ext. 3334

American Institute of Graphic Arts - Student Chapter at JCCC
The purpose of the national and student chapters is to further excellence in communication design as a broadly defined discipline, strategic tool for business and cultural force. Student chapters bridge the gap between student life and professional practice through custom programming of events.
Advisor: Terri Nemer, 913-469-8500, ext. 3601

Amigos sin Fronteras (Friends without Borders)
Amigos sin Fronteras provides opportunities for interaction and cultural awareness between English-speaking and Spanish-speaking cultures. Amigos sin Fronteras tries to connect with other clubs and organizations for "intercambio" (Spanish/English language exchange) and cultural exchange.
Advisor: Luz Alvarez, 913-469-8500, ext. 4354

Animation Association
Animation Association seeks to assist would-be-artists preparing to enter fields related to Animation and Game Development in establishing contacts, creating and critiquing media, and obtaining valuable tools needed to enter today's highly difficult and rewarding job market.
Advisor: Aaron Garrison, 913-469-8500, ext. 4530
Facebook: Animation Association 

Anime Club
The JCCC Anime Club strives to enlighten the student body and the community on Asian-style animation, art, and culture. Meetings will be held weekly, and events planned include outings to area conventions.
Advisor: J. Douglas Patterson, 913-469-8500, ext. 4268
Facebook: Anime Club

Autism Spectrum Support Club
The Autism Spectrum Support Club is an inclusive club made up of JCCC students with Autism and their friends, peers, and supporters. The goal of the club is for all members to learn from one another, experience social activities, and develop friendships. The group includes both activities on campus and activities in the surrounding community.
Advisor: Carla Dodge, 913-469-8500, ext. 4248

Auto Club
The Auto Club would like to further the education of students in the JCCC Automotive Technology program by working on vehicles outside of the classroom setting. Members of the club must have completed introductory automotive coursework prior to joining.
Advisor: Heather Hale, 913-469-8500, ext. 4441

Baptist Campus Ministry
The Baptist Campus Ministry seeks to strengthen students’ faith in the Bible and their relationship with Jesus Christ. The club has regular Bible studies where they strive to become close friends and have good Christian fellowship.
Advisor: Orit Kamara, 913-469-8500, ext. 5321
Website: Baptist Campus Ministry

Black Student Union
The mission of the Black Student Union is to connect black and non-black students across the campus with an emphasis on inspiring a welcoming environment and cultivating a support group. In addition, the club is committed to community service and aims to produce divergent modes of learning.
Advisor: Farrell Hoy Jenab, 913-469-8500, ext. 4756
Facebook: Black Student Union
Twitter: Black Student Union

Business, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship Club powered by Enactus
Enactus combines entrepreneurship, action and us, bringing together people who want to make change for a better, more sustainable world.
Advisor: Barbara Millard, 913-469-8500, ext. 4792

Campus Ledger
The Campus Ledger provides members of the college community with a free and open forum for news and commentary concerning campus life, and helps student journalists in the development and practice of sound journalism principles.
Website: The Campus Ledger
Facebook: The Campus Ledger

Chess Club
The Chess Club is interested in playing chess and entertaining students by helping them learn to play chess. The club is open to all levels of experience. The Chess Club meets twice weekly to play.
Advisor: David Davis, 913-469-8500, ext. 3778
Advisor: Ron Palcic, 913-469-8500, ext. 4566

College Democrats
The College Democrats work to inform the JCCC student population about the important issues facing our country, encourage participation in our democracy and promote the values and ideals of the Democratic Party, and are involved in local/national campaign work. The College Democrats are affiliated with the Johnson County Democratic Central Committee, as well as the national group in Washington, D.C.
Advisor: Vincent Clark, 913-469-8500, ext. 3663.

College Republicans
The College Republicans support the Constitution of the United States and the state of Kansas, and all the principles, objectives and platforms of the U.S. and Kansas Republican parties. The group seeks to provide students a means of obtaining practical political education with specific emphasis on the principles of the Republican Party, and to develop an intelligent, articulate and aggressive political club on campus.
Advisor: Stephanie Landis, 913-469-8500, ext. 4240

Community of Visual Professionals (CVP) 
The Community of Visual Professionals (CVP) is a student organization dedicated to creating more space for artistic discourse and exploration beyond the classroom at JCCC. We became a formal organization in the fall of 2016. Our mission is to encourage further artistic expression through activities such as group critiques, workshops, visiting art talks, and attending galleries and gallery openings.
Advisor: Tonia Hughes, 913-469-8500, ext. 3649

Computer Club
The purpose of the Computer Club is to provide an environment where coders and tech lovers of all skill levels can collaborate and create innovative programs, apps and games. Members will expand and improve their skills and mindsets through discussion, activities and teamwork, while gaining real-world experience in using computer science to help a wide variety of people. The club will keep members informed on tech-related events in the area and at JCCC.
Advisor: Perla Weaver, 913-469-8500, ext. 3344

Construction Specification Institute - Student Chapter at JCCC 
The Construction Specification Institute (CSI) seeks to improve the process of creating and sustaining the built environment. The chapter works closely with its parent chapter to help students network within the construction field. 
Advisor: Robert Dye, 913-469-8500, ext. 3375

Creative Writing Club 
The Creative Writing Club brings students together to share their writing. The club will host workshops and activities to develop writing skills, learn new styles of writing and provide peer critiques.
Advisor: Greg Luthi, 913-469-8500, ext. 3936

Cru serves interested students at JCCC by creating an environment in which to grow spiritually, helping students share their faith and study the Bible, and providing quality fellowship.
Advisor: Brian Balman, 913-469-8500, ext. 3333
Facebook: Cru

Debate Team
The JCCC Debate Team offers opportunities in two-person college policy debate. The team travels both a national and regional schedule. The JCCC Debate Team is open to anyone with policy debate experience or those wanting to learn debate. Travel and level of competition are based on work effort, level of commitment, and prior experience.
Advisor: Justin Stanley, 913-469-8500, ext. 3909
Website: Debate Team

Dungeons and Dragons Club
Players of Dungeons and Dragons — experienced, novice or introductory level — can come together for D&D sessions. These sessions will consist of short one-off adventures as well as full campaigns. 
Advisor: Aaron Swift, 913-469-7657

ECAV Radio
Online radio station ECAV covers campus events and offers a wide variety of music 24 hours a day through Internet streaming. Students learn valuable journalism and broadcasting skills while informing and entertaining the campus community and beyond.
Advisor: Thad Rose, 913-469-8500, ext. 5371
Website: ECAV Radio 

Education Club, Student
The Student Education Club seeks to provide a way for education majors and those interested in education as a career to meet, support one another, interact with JCCC alumni and network with community professionals.
Advisor: Dr. Michelle Lynn Salvato, 913-469-8500, ext. 3714

Engineering and Math Club
The Engineering and Math Club of JCCC provides a place for students to explore possible careers in the engineering and mathematical sciences. Our purpose is to promote interest and enthusiasm by applying skills learned in the classroom into actual projects and fostering skills necessary for success. Club activities include working on technical projects, practice sessions for math competitions, hosting speakers from industry and learning about degree programs at area universities.
Advisor: Susan Johnson, 913-469-8500, ext. 3363
Advisor: Shirley Wing, 913-469-8500, ext. 4303
Advisor: Darlene Hatcher, 913-469-8500, ext. 3500
Facebook: Engineering Club of JCCC

eSports Club
Video game competitions have been around since the inception of the medium as a form of entertainment. With the emerging market of Electronic Sports comes a vastly growing, specialized market. Nearly 230 million people worldwide watch eSports! This club will participation in online and local matches as a team. These matches will be against each other for practice, teambuilding, and fun.
Advisor: Linda Lane, 913-469-8500, ext. 3685

Fashion Merchandising and Design Club
The purpose of the Fashion Merchandising and Design Club is to enhance student education, promote student activity in the fashion field, and interact with the professional retail and design community.
Advisor: Britt Benjamin, 913-469-8500, ext. 3322

Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes seeks to present athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, with the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.
Advisor: Betsy Petre, 913-469-8500, ext. 4180

Floriculture Club
The Floriculture Club offers interested students the opportunity to learn more about floral design that would mirror the operation of a retail flower shop. Students learn about marketing, merchandizing, buying and designing of floral products. The students get real experience while making positive connections between our college staff community and the faculty/student population.
Advisor: Diana Ryan, 913-469-8500, ext. 5483
Instagram: Floriculture Club

Gender and Sexuality Alliance
Gender and Sexuality Alliance is a place where those across the spectrum of gender identity and sexual orientation can come together for socializing, understanding, and support. It is a place where we can use our numbers to show the school and the world who we are and how we live. Gender and Sexuality Alliance invites and encourages everyone to join. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome.
Advisor: Corbin Crable, 913-469-8500, ext. 4159
Advisor: Paul Decelles, 913-469-8500, ext. 3395
Advisor: William Stockton, 913-469-8500, ext. 3720
Facebook: Gender and Sexuality Alliance
Tumblr: Gender and Sexuality Alliance

Glee Club
The Glee Club provides an outlet for students who are seeking an opportunity to express themselves through song in any style or genre.
Advisor: Terri Teal, 913-469-8500, ext. 3176

Golden Girls
Recognized as a nationally ranked competitive team, the dance team travels to the NDA Collegiate Nationals in the spring to compete against other top 2-year and 4-year colleges across the nation. They attend all JCCC Cavalier basketball home games and may travel to post-season tournaments. For audition and scholarship opportunities, please contact the Center for Student Involvement or Coach Amy Sellers at
Head Coach: Amy Sellers, 913-469-8500, ext. 3553
Advisor: Anne Turney, 913-469-8500, ext. 3534
Website: Golden Girls
Facebook: Golden Girls

Graphic Design Club
The Graphic Design Club offers opportunities to network with the design industry and exchange information about employment possibilities and current events throughout the industry.
Advisor: Nancy Schneider-Wilson, 913-469-8500, ext. 3602

Hare and Bell
Hare and Bell is an academic journal dedicated to showcasing the exceptional scholarship of JCCC students of all disciplines. In fields as diverse are business, politics, environmental science, health, art, theater, literature, and technology, JCCC students explore and involve themselves in issues that shape our world. Hare and Bell looks to celebrate exemplary work and honor it. Hare and Bell accepts academic research or scholarly work only and is a multimodal (webtext) journal.
Advisor: Kathryn Byrne, 913-469-8500, ext. 3497

Honors Student Association
The Honors Student Association promotes academic excellence, broadens the educational experience, increases student-instructor and student-student interaction, and informs the campus and public of the importance of the Honors Program at JCCC.
Advisor: Anna Page, 913-469-8500, ext. 3346
Website: Honors Student Association
Facebook: Honors Student Association

Horticultural Sciences Students Association (HSSA)
The HSSA was founded in 2006 by students to cultivate their common interest in plants, horticultural sciences, sustainable landscapes, and environmental stewardship. Membership is open to all students and individuals who have an interest in plants. HSSA members increase their knowledge of plants and promote horticultural sciences by seeking insight from professionals in the field, organizing seminars, and community outreach events. The group participates in campus-wide recruitment events, campus-wide fund raising events, and other volunteer events on- and off-campus. Their annual Christmas plant sale and Spring plant sale is a huge success and generates money for two scholarships in Horticultural Sciences. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact us.
Advisor: Lekha Sreedhar, 913-469-8500, ext. 3763.

Hospitality Management Club
The Hospitality Management Club offers opportunities to network with new and veteran students, assist each other with homework, exchange information about employment possibilities and current events throughout the industry, continue professional education, and gain exposure to local industry leaders.
Advisor: Jason Gray, 913-469-8500, ext. 4696

Improv Club
The Improv Club seeks to give students an outlet to improve theatrical talents. The club plans to have members engage in a variety of improv games that give them a chance to think on their feet.
Advisor: Mark Browning, 913-469-8500, ext. 3448

Informal Philosophers Club
The purpose of the Informal Philosophers Club is to explore and confront, by way of casual group dialogue, issues of great importance to the human condition. The club will provide a safe, friendly, and informed environment for the exploration of ideas while utilizing contributions made through presentations by JCCC professors.
Advisor: Deb Williams, 913-469-8500, ext. 4671

Interior Design Student Association (IDSA)
The Interior Design Student Association is an umbrella organization for three interior design-related student organizations of American Society of Interior Designers Student Chapter (ASID), International Interior Design Association Campus Center (IIDA), and National Kitchen and Bath Association Student Chapter (NKBA). Its mission is to enhance student education, promote student activity in the interiors field, and to interact with the professional community. A member of IDSA must be a student enrolled in the JCCC Interior Design Department and must also be a student member of at least one of the above professional design organizations.
Advisor: Kathryn Grube, 913-469-8500, ext. 2607
Advisor: Bobanne Kalkofen, 913-469-8500, ext. 3183
Facebook: Interior Design Student Association

International Club
The International Club brings together students from the U.S. and other countries for social and educational activities. Our goals include: supporting new students, hosting activities that increase awareness about world cultures, serving our community, and fundraising for scholarships and club events.
Advisor: Dawn Gale, 913-469-8500, ext. 4694
Advisor: Victoria Gunbatar, 913-469-8500, ext. 5258
Advisor: David Krug, 913-469-8500, ext. 4764

International Dance Club
The International Dance Club seeks to bring people of different cultures together to celebrate the different countries represented at JCCC. The club promotes unity and a peaceful cohesion through dance.
Advisor: Greg Dixon, 913-469-8500, ext. 3324
Facebook: JCCC International Dance Club

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational organization comprising of more than 800 colleges worldwide. IVCF provides a range of different services, from prayer meetings that allow students to share needs, to small group Bible studies that are geared to help young people become close friends. The discussions focus on the Bible and Christian living.
Advisor: Adam Spoolstra, 913-469-8500, ext. 3347

JCAV News is JCCC’s student-produced magazine program. It airs news and feature stories that feature student life both on and off campus. Students from the Advanced Video Production and Advanced Broadcast Performance classes produce the show, which airs on the college’s cable channel.
Advisor: Joe Petrie, 913-469-8500, ext. 4299
Website: JCAV News

JCCC Quiz Bowl
The Academic Excellence Team is made up of JCCC students who will be participating in various Quiz Bowl tournaments throughout the state of Kansas throughout the school year. Subjects covered at the tournaments will include math, science, art, music, literature, social science and current affairs.
Advisor: Anne Turney, 913-469-8500, ext. 3534

JCCC Table Tennis Club
To increase engagement, awareness and interest in the sport of table tennis on JCCC campus and communities in the Greater Kansas City area. Through actively engaging in table tennis, it is with the hope that others may also acquire the health benefits, challenge, enjoyment, and sense well-being.
Advisor: Ruth Dey, 913-469-8500, ext. 3217

Junior Chefs Club
The Junior Chefs Club is made up of student chef apprentices who are affiliated with the American Culinary Federation.  The club’s purpose is to advance the student chefs careers through on the job experience, professional development, and community awareness.
Advisor: Jerry Marcellus, CCC, CCE; 913-469-8500, ext. 3611
Facebook: JCCC Jr. Chefs Club

Kappa Beta Delta
The purpose of Kappa Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishments among students in the following academic areas: accounting, business administration, business entrepreneurship, business office technology, economics, marketing and management, and paralegal. Kappa Beta Delta also encourages and promotes aspirations toward personal and professional improvement.
Advisor: Doug Copeland, 913-469-8500, ext. 3729

Lambda Alpha Epsilon
Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE) is the fraternal name for the American Criminal Justice Association, a national association comprised of 221 active subordinate chapters located throughout the United States. Most of them are located in colleges and universities that offer criminal justice programs of study, including Johnson County Community College’s Zeta Rho Omega chapter. The objectives of the association are to improve criminal justice learning through educational activities, foster professionalism in law enforcement personnel and agencies, promote academic and public awareness of criminal justice issues, and encourage high standards of ethical conduct and professional training within the criminal justice field.
Advisor: Frank Galbrecht, 913-469-8500, ext. 4558
Advisor: Kay King, 913-469-8500, ext. 4704

L.U.N.A.- Latinos United Now and Always
L.U.N.A. welcomes all students, and we strongly believe that only through communication, education, and understanding between students will there be solidarity and love for other cultures. L.U.N.A. encourages all students to join in order to learn more about Latin American culture and to become more knowledgeable about immigration issues.
Advisor: Melisa Jimenez, 913-469-8500, ext. 2304

Magic the Gathering Club (MTG)
Teach, Learn and Play Magic the Gathering. All are welcome from experiences experts to new beginners.
Advisor: Omar Conrad, 913-469-8500, ext. 3495

Mind's Eye Student Literary Magazine
Mind's Eye is JCCC's student literary magazine, designed to give students the opportunity to submit art, photography, fiction, poetry, and essays for publication and prizes. Students may also serve as editors for the magazine, reading submissions during the fall semester and deciding which manuscripts to publish.
Advisor: Tom Reynolds, 913-469-8500, ext. 3935
Website: Mind's Eye Literary Club

Mobile Intensive Care Technician Student Association
The Mobile Intensive Care Technician Student Association provides an informative and educational forum to increase awareness of the changing dynamics of the EMS field and to keep abreast of activities affecting EMS education at JCCC. MICTSA is open to all JCCC students, with emphasis on students currently enrolled in the MICT program.
Advisor: Bob Parker, 913-469-8500, ext. 4204

Model United Nations
The primary goal of the Model United Nations is to increase student involvement at JCCC plus promote international awareness and educational experiences. It promotes the educational value of a diverse community, the political and social enhancement that an insight into diversity, multiculturalism, and global perspectives gives, and the ability to cross lines of difference in order to develop full lives and successful futures. The Model UN encourages students to adopt the habit of the examined life, to reflect upon themselves in relationship to others or teamwork, to take risks, to participate actively in political life and to accept responsibility for their actions. In addition, it encourages students to participate and accept leadership roles. 
Advisor: Brian Wright913-469-8500, ext. 4266
Advisor: Aaron Swift, 913-469-8500, ext. 7657
Website: JCCC Model United Nations
Facebook: JCCC Model United Nations
Twitter: @ModelUNjcccedu

Multicultural Programming Advisory Council
The Multicultural Programming Council is an organization dedicated to multicultural education and cultural diversity. The council will provide financial assistance to student organizations or campus departments seeking to host multicultural programs for the students of Johnson County Community College. In addition, the council will promote multicultural programming efforts and host diversity workshops.
Advisor: Anne Turney, 913-469-8500, ext. 3534

Muslim Students Association 
The Muslim Student Association promotes unity and friendly relations between Muslim and non-Muslim students. MSA aims to educate and inform the student body on the principles, culture and history of Islam, as well as to discuss Islam's position and influence within a wide variety of subjects and concepts. MSA's committed involvement in intercultural activities helps promote intercultural understanding among students. 
Advisor: Samira Hussein, 913-469-8500, ext. 3108
Facebook: Muslim Students Association
Snapchat: MSAJCCC

Neurodiagnostic Polysomnography Club 
This club is for NDT students interested in creating a welcoming atmosphere for support and bringing awareness to NDT on and off campus. This club also participates in field-related events, group activities and development opportunities. 
Advisor: Renee Portmann, 913-469-8500, ext. 3588   
Advisor: Anna-Marie Beck, 913-469-8500, ext. 3016

Nurses Christian Fellowship
In response to God’s love, grace, and truth, the purpose of Nurses Christian Fellowship is to establish and advance nursing – within education and practice – witnessing communities of nursing students and nurses who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord, growing in love for God, God’s word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purpose in the world. Nurses Christian Fellowship is a ministry of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship U.S.A.
Advisor: Angela Sears, 913-469-8500, ext. 4656

Nutrition Club
The objectives of the Nutrition Club are to explore the field of nutrition as a career with the focus on certified dietary managers and registered dietitians and to be involved in nutrition-related activities at the college and community level. The club seeks to share information on transfer options for dietetics, host discussions on career opportunities in the field of dietary management and dietetics, and provide service-learning opportunities.
Advisor: Michelle Riley, 913-469-8500, ext. 5986
Facebook: JCCC Nutrition Club

Organization of Black Collegians
The Organization of Black Collegians is a forum for students of all ethnicities, especially those who are African, African-American, or from the Diaspora, to meet, develop camaraderie, and to share talents, culture and energies with other students and the community. The Organization of Black Collegians is committed to enriching our communities with service to others.
Advisor: Stu Shafer, 913-469-8500, ext. 3494
Facebook: Organization of Black Collegians

Outdoors Club
The Outdoors Club seeks to educate and inform students about the outdoors. Also, this club will bring together students who have a passion for the outdoors to participate in activities such as fishing and hiking.
Advisor: Frank Syracuse, 913-469-8500, ext. 4154

Paper RPG Club
The Paper RPG Club will get together to play paper RPGs in a group. Members will be creating their own worlds and characters, as well as adapting them constantly to keep the narrative flowing smoothly.
Advisor: Matthew Schmeer, 913-469-8500, ext. 4705
Facebook: Paper RPG Club

Paramedic Student Association
The Paramedic Student Association is made up of currently enrolled students in JCCC's MICT program. It is engaged in fund-raising activities and public service activities promoting the field of emergency medical care.
Advisor: Bob Parker, 913-469-8500, ext. 4204

Pep Band
The purpose of the Pep Band is to provide musical entertainment for various events across campus, enhance the overall college experience for the student body and learn a modern repertoire of popular music.
Advisor: Ryan Heinlein, 913-469-8500, ext. 3275

Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is an Honor Society for students at two-year colleges. Members are encouraged to participate in local, regional, and national activities centered on themes of leadership, service, fellowship, and scholarship. Membership in the JCCC chapter, Alpha Iota Gamma is by invitation only with eligibility based on a 3.5 GPA and 12 completed hours of non-developmental coursework at JCCC. For more information about Phi Theta Kappa and the Kansas Region, please go to
Advisor: Anna Page, 913-469-8500, ext. 3346
Advisor: Tara Karaim, 913-469-8500, ext. 3570
Facebook: Phi Theta Kappa

Pre-Pharmacy Club
The Pre-Pharmacy Club provides students who have special interests with the knowledge and direction they need to succeed. Members are prepared for the admission process to pharmacy school and ideas and concerns are shared. The organization seeks to provide students with the tools to make them competitive applicants. Goals will be met through monthly meetings and the opportunity to hear distinguished guest speakers.
Advisor: Alice Baty, 913-469-8500, ext. 6749
Advisor: Jill Konen, 913-469-8500, ext. 4371
Facebook: JCCC Pre-Pharmacy Club 

Psychology Club
The Psychology Club is open to all students who have an interest in psychology. The Psychology Club strives to explore psychology beyond the typical classroom setting, to provide opportunities for social interaction with peers who are also interested in psychology, to broaden students’ understanding of psychological concepts, and to provide information for students interested in pursuing a degree and/or career in the field of psychology.
Advisor: Michael Rader, 913-469-8500, ext. 3629

Respiratory Care Better Breathers
The Respiratory Care Better Breathers seeks to raise student awareness about the profession, employment opportunities and the JCCC program. The club also seeks to raise funds toward student scholarships and community charities, raise awareness toward community wellness events, and provide increased awareness of the programs and classes available at the Olathe Health Education Center.
Advisor: Renee Portmann, 913-469, 8500, ext. 3588

St. Paul’s Outreach
Saint Paul’s Outreach invites college students into a life of Christian discipleship. We also support students to more fully understand and live out their faith. With Saint Paul as our example, we create vibrant, faith-filled environments that challenge students to deepen their relationships with Christ in the Catholic Church. Feel free to contact us for more information.
Advisor: Matthew Schmeer, 913-469-8500, ext. 4705
Facebook: Saint Paul's Outreach
 Saint Paul’s Outreach

Self-Publishing Comics & Zines Club
The Self-Publishing Comics & Zines Club is meant to create a community and source for individuals to feel that they, themselves, have the power to create, write, and publish their work. This environment of like-minded individuals is to promote personal growth and motivate each other to create.
Advisor: Sam Bell, 913-469-8500, ext. 4950
Advisor: Adam Long, 913-469-8500, ext. 4643

Sigma Kappa Delta
Sigma Kappa Delta is the English Honor Society for Two-Year Colleges. It was founded in 1996 at Cottey College. Sigma Kappa Delta's central purpose is to confer distinction upon students of the English language and literature in undergraduate studies.
Advisor: Nathan Jones, 913-469-8500, ext. 4964

SKAI (Student Kansas Association of Interpreters)
Student Kansas Association of Interpreters (SKAI) is a student-governed organization for students enrolled in the Interpreter Training program or the Sign Language certificate program. Bringing students together in this study can be a valuable and rewarding experience.
Advisor: Kimberly Kuhns, 913-469-8500, ext. 3903
Advisor: Darryl Luton, 913-469-8500, ext. 3903
Advisor: Stacy Storme, 913-469-8500, ext. 4103
Facebook: SKAI 

Soccer Club
The Soccer Club seeks to encourage and promote teamwork within the student body while also informing students about health, nutrition and sportsmanship through the game of soccer. The club will feature scrimmage-style play. Shin guards and proper footwear required.
Advisor: Brittany Martin, 913-469-8500, ext. 2604

Student Environmental Alliance
The Student Environmental Alliance is dedicated to all issues concerning the care and preservation of the environment. Our primary purpose are educating, sponsoring, participating in, and creating a social atmosphere while promoting environmental awareness and sustainability within our campus community.
Advisor: Kristy Wittman Howell, 913-469-8500, ext. 2883
Facebook: Student Environmental Alliance

Student Leaders in Medicine (SLIM)
This club aims to assist JCCC student who wish to pursue careers in medicine and healthcare by offering resources, tools, and means of networking and interaction with other students who share this similar interest.
Advisor: Kristin Thurlby, 913-469-8500, ext. 5908

Student Lounge Advisory Panel (SLAP)
The Student Lounge Advisory Panel is a collective of students who give valuable insight and feedback on social events and various types of tournaments held in the Student Lounge (COM 322) and Campus Center (COM 319). The panel also includes Student Engagement Ambassadors who connect with students on the types of games to be purchased for the lounge, based on popularity and audience. Rules and policies for the lounge will be regulated, evaluated and modified as needed by SLAP.
Advisor: Brittany Martin, 913-469-8500, ext. 2604

Student Nurses Association
The Student Nurses Association's purpose is to contribute to nursing education in order to provide the highest quality care, offer programs that represent the fundamental interests and concerns of nursing students, and aid in developing the whole person as a professional with responsibility for the healthcare of people from all walks of life. Activities include involvement in nursing education standards, legislative issues and community affairs, and collaborative efforts with nursing and other allied health organizations.
Advisor: Candace Parker, 913-469-8500, ext. 4833
Facebook: Student Nurses Association

Student Senate
The Student Senate provides government representation for the JCCC student body and allocates funds in support of student clubs and organizations. The senate is comprised of 25 senators-at-large and five executive board members. Elections for executive board positions take place in the spring semester, with senator elections occurring in the fall.
Advisor: Anne Turney, 913-469-8500, ext. 3534
Website: Student Senate
Facebook: Student Senate

Student Sustainability Committee
The Student Sustainability Committee, SSC, is charged with allocating the Sustainability Initiatives Fund for the advancement toward a more sustainable campus. The Sustainability Initiatives Fund is a made possible by a $1-per-credit-hour contribution by JCCC students. The fund was born in fall 2009 when a team of JCCC honors students lobbied the president and the board of trustees and petitioned their peers to approve the fee. More than 1,500 signatures were collected from the student body. Any student enrolled in more than six credit hours may apply for membership online, and members are asked to commit to a year's term.
Advisor: Kristy Howell, 913-469-8500, ext. 2883

Students for Sensible Drug Policy, JCCC chapter
Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities and dedicated to ending the war on drugs. The club seeks to created safe spaces for students of all political stances to have honest conversations about drugs and drug policy and to participate in the political process.
Advisor: Diane Kappen, 913-469-8500, ext. 5642
Advisor: Brian Zirkle, 913-469-8500, ext. 2795

Swing Club
To teach students a more modern style of dance that can be applied to today's popular music while having fun dancing.
Advisor: Darla Mabrey, 913-469-8500, ext. 3173
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Ultimate Frisbee Club
The Ultimate Frisbee Club is a club to have fun and meet new people at JCCC. Tournaments will be held throughout the year to raise funds toward charitable causes.
Advisor: Kitzeln Siebert, 913-469-8500, ext. 2169
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United Federal Republic
The United Federal Republic advocates for the implementation of a second Bill of Rights for food, water, infrastructure, energy, knowledge and productive abilities. The organization also seeks institutional reform and restructuring advocating direct democracy, representative democracy, meritocracy and technocracy.
Advisor: Aaron Swift, 913-469-8500, ext. 7657
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Veterans Club
The Veterans Club is an inclusive, non-partisan group that supports all JCCC students connected to military services (Active Duty, Veterans, Reserve, Guard and their dependents). The club's purpose is to provide networking, social activities, and opportunities to participate in community service and to further the advancement of veterans in higher education.
Advisor: Hidy Lopez, 913-469-8500, ext. 4197
Advisor: Donny Whitton, 913-469-8500, ext. 4618
Advisor: Kena Zumalt, 913-469-8500, ext. 3924
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Video Game Club
The Video Game Club is a place to come hang out and play video games. From people who have been playing games since they were young kid to those who have only just started play. We want to have fun and get better at our favorite games. We play a variety of different games with a variety of different people. We have almost everything from GameCube all the way up to Virtual Reality games, so you're bound to find something you like. Overall we just want people to come and have a fun time hanging out and playing games.
Advisor: Russ Hanna, 913-469-8500, ext. 4167

Web Club
The Web Club provides an encouraging, exciting and fun environment for the promotion of web development and design for students. Members will have the opportunity to coordinate studies and expand in their professional development through group projects.
Advisor: James Hopper, 913-469-8500, ext. 3168