Get Involved! There is so much more to college than going to class and studying for class! Outside of academics, you should explore other opportunities to complement your college experience at Prince George’s Community College. College clubs, athletics, theatre performances, fine arts programs and lectures, all add depth and real world experience to round out your curriculum. There are a myriad of academic and social programs at PGCC, and they all provide an opportunity for personal growth and to meet other students with common interests.Among them… The Student Governance Association, Campus Activities Board, Kaleidoscope Club, Muslim Student Association, Honors Society, Gaming Society, Student Art League and to name just a few. For students interested in writing and the visual arts, there is The Owl, our student newspaper, and Reflections, our literary magazine that showcases student creative writing, artwork, and photography. In addition to all of that there are student trips, social activities and volunteer programs. There's never a shortage of things to do when you're on campus. Get involved in college life! CLUB NAMES AND DESCRIPTIONS African Student Union - To increase awareness of issues pertaining to the Continent of Africa. Ambitious Actors-To provide an outlet for students to express themselves through acting Asian Awareness - To promote understanding and knowledge of Asian culture through various activities. Black Diaspora- To celebrate and positively portray diverse cultures of Africa, by encouraging and supporting academic excellence, building community and promoting networking. Bethel Campus Fellowship - To lead students to Christ and prepare them to become reliable men and women that God can entrust with his word. Better Together Interfaith Team - To promote interfaith cooperation and action among students of different religious and non-religious values. Biology Club - To provide interactive study and review for students who are taking biology courses CAB (Campus Activities Board) – To develop, plan, coordinate and implement co-curricular programs for the college. Caribbean Student Association - To create a cultural and social awareness of the Caribbean community on campus. Chemistry Club- To aid students who have difficulty with chemistry and provide more opportunities for chemistry majors Enrollment Services Student Ambassadors-Serves as the official ambassadors of the college for prospective students and the surrounding community. Envision Models- To provide students with entertainment through the performance of modeling, theatrics, and dancing. Fire-N-Motion Dance Team- To provide an outlet for female students to dance and express creativity while modeling a positive self-image. Gospel Choir – To allow students to express themselves vocally through gospel music while enlightening their peers. Green N’ Fit Club– To promote the awareness and practice of healthy, environmentally-friendly choices both on and off campus Gospel Choir (Voices of Triumph)- To provide students with the chance to praise the word of the Lord through gospel songs. Health Club - To educate students on the importance of living healthier and to help them adopt a healthier lifestyle. Health Information Management Student Association- To provide opportunities for meaningful interactions among students and to foster professional developmentHonors Society - To promote academic excellence, fellowship, leadership and service through co-curricular activities. Kaleidoscope Club - To promote global friendship and understanding of different cultures. Latino Student Association - To promote college success, Latino culture and Community Awareness Math Club - To promote further interest in mathematics and help students understand math as a language of logic. Model United Nations - To promote participation in international study and simulation. Muslim Student Association - To clarify the meaning of the word Muslim and to bring the Muslims at the college together. Nursing Club- To provide nursing majors with information and community service in the field of nursing. The Owl Student Newspaper - To provide an outlet for student expression & reports activities of interest to students as the official newspaper of PGCC. Owl Tennis Club- To establish an atmosphere of learning for experienced and beginning tennis players. Otagen Anime Club - To educate and entertain people of the Anime Japanese pop culture. Pathways to Leadership Program – To promote the development of leadership skills through workshops, conferences, retreats & community service. PGCC Chapter National Society of Black Engineers-To help students interested in helping STEM majors by providing networking opportunities. PGCC Hacker Space- To provide students with an open environment to become creative within the fields of technology, science, mathematics, and art Phi Theta Kappa - To promote scholarship, service and leadership for students. Rewards and recognizes academically outstanding students. Pre-Health Professionals Club- To promote the multiple careers and elements in the field of healthcare and providing a resource for students interested in healthcare. Reflections Literary Magazine – To provide a medium to showcase student short stories, artwork and photography. Salvation & Praise-To assist students in adjusting to school life on campus and to bring the academic lives of students under the lordship of Christ. Service Members to Scholars (S2S) Veterans Club-To provide a welcoming environment that assists veterans in transitioning and adapting to college life. Student Art League - To learn and support students in the field of Art. Student Governance Association - To represent the ideas and concerns of the student body to the college community. Student Media Group - To provide students with media training, networking opportunities and hands-on experience in media. Secular Student Alliance - To promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human-based ethics.. Students for Gender & Sexual Equality-To promote awareness, unity, understanding, and empowerment among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Straight individuals. Student Poetry Association- To provide students with the opportunity to express themselves through spoken word and poetry. Contact the Office of College Life Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.