A student’s experience at Piedmont Community College does not begin and end in the classroom. Various activities, opportunities and functions of a social and professional nature are offered in order to provide a well-rounded campus atmosphere. The College encourages participation in student organizations and activities
Student Government Association (SGA) is your representative body to address issues and concerns. SGA promotes student advocacy, voting initiatives, budget recommendation, student events, support of student organizations, and community service.
The SGA Executive Committee members are elected by the student body and include the SGA president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, public information officer, parliamentarian, and Caswell member at large. The Executive Committee represents the needs and interests of all PCC students. These officers are elected each year in April and serve a full-year term.
The purpose of the ASL- American sign language club is to provide a base line knowledge of ASL and the deaf, hearing impaired, and mute community, and their allies at PCC while bringing awareness through social events, activism, coalition building, and outreach/educational programming.
The animation club is an open club for all students but focuses mainly on the digital and video interests of the Digital Effect and Animation Technology (DEAT) program. The club’s goal is to get at least one student to the ACM SIGGRAPH Annual conference each year. In the meantime, members enjoy extracurricular learning lessons, game nights and field trips!
the mission of the PCC Bible Study Club is to know Jesus and to make Jesus known. We believe that the bible is the inspired Holy Word of God and that it is without fault. Our hope is through this club, others will better understand His Word and fully grasp Jesus’ purpose for our lives. We are committed to the outreach of other students and sharing the good news of the Gospal to others on our campus and the surrounding community.
the mission of the club is to help students learn and play this popular sport. While emphasis will be given to the technical part of the sport, the main goal will be exercise and fun for the participants. The club gives participants the opportunity to compete in tournaments.
watches and debates a wide variety of films, from Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai to the Wachowskis’ Matrix trilogy. In doing this, the club will promote an awareness and appreciation of the history of film beyond the algorithms dictating streaming services.
PCC students in their first and second year of the medical assisting program have the opportunity to participate in field trips, fundraisers and various community outreach to promote healthy lifestyles and the importance of caring for one another.
Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor and service society. The major purposes of Phi Theta Kappa are to encourage scholastic effort and reward academic merit, to stand for and promote worthy character and high ideals and to foster, disseminate and improve education through service projects. Phi Theta Kappa is open to students who have completed at least 12 semester hours in an associate degree program or at least six semester hours towards a certificate with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5.
Provides support and advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transitioning students, + other identities, and their allies at PCC while empowering the LGBT+ community and their allies through social events, activism, coalition building, and outreach/educational programming.
The purpose of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Club is to promote interest, understanding, and knowledge of STEM related fields and enhance career awareness in STEM industries through field trips, lectures, and related activities as well as through campus and community service projects. The club shall seek to foster the type of honest skepticism that is necessary for life-long learning.
Student Nursing Association (SNA)
Student Nursing Association (SNA): The purpose of the Student Nursing Association is to promote health care in the community, supplement the cost of the nursing program at Piedmont Community College for students, and promote awareness and recognition of the Associate Degree Nursing program at Piedmont Community College.
The Piedmont Community College Ambassadors are an honorary group of students who have been nominated and selected by faculty and staff to represent the College at special events on campus and in the community. The PCC Ambassadors receive financial support from the Piedmont Community College Foundation. Duties of an ambassador include giving campus tours, hosting campus activities, speaking to community groups, assisting with Foundation activities, assisting with student activities and welcoming groups to the campus.
Upcoming Club/Org Activities
Fall About The 90’s Transfer and Career Tailgate
We’re bringing the 90’s back to PCC: Hairstyles, Clothing, Games, and Music
We’re also bringing Transfer & Career Opportunities to you.
October 24th, 2023
Courtyard/Rain Location Student Center
10:30 am – 1:30 pm
*Food Truck Martin’s Concession (Bring Your Own Money)
October 25th, 2023
Patio in front of K Building/Rain Location K building
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
*Food to be announced
Stuff a Plush (create your own animal) – Both Campuses
Basketball Hoop Challenge Inflatable – Both Campuses
Photo Booth – Both Campuses
90’s Costume Contest – Both Campuses (various prizes, including gift cards, PCC gear, and more)
90’s Themed Pop Cultural Trivia – Both Campuses (various prizes, including gift cards, PCC gear, and more)
Piedmont Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President, Administrative Services, P.O. Box 1197, Roxboro, NC 27573-1197, (336) 599-1181, ext. 2128. For further information on notice of non-discrimination, the OCR office for North Carolina is located at: Washington DC (Metro), Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20202-1475; Telephone Number: (202) 453-6020; e-mail: OCR.DC@ed.gov. Piedmont Community College is committed to making its websites accessible to all users, and welcomes comments or suggestions on access improvements. Please send comments or suggestions on accessibility to the web site administrator.