Activities & Organizations
Office of Student Engagement
|The Office of Student Engagement works to support and educate student leaders and student organizations. Hopkinsville Community College offers students multiple opportunities to develop leadership skills, grow as individuals, through programming and activities that promote a diverse and inclusive community. Student ran organizations enable students to plan, coordinate, market, sponsor and evaluate activities and projects.|
This organization is geared towards students who are pursuing the Ag Tech AAS degree.
Baptist Campus Ministries
This organization is geared towards students of the Baptist faith, but it is open to any interested students.
Every Thursday from noon - 1:00 on the Auditorium Stage
Criminal Justice Organization Pi Gamma Epsilon
This organization is geared towards students who are pursuing the Criminal Justice AAS degree. It is a national organization.
Meeting Information: TBA
If you have an interest in History, regardless of your major, then this is the organization for you! They host a variety of speakers, events and presentations on campus surrounding everything history.
Every Thursday noon-1:00pm, Academic Building, Room 158
This organization is geared towards students who are pursuing any of the nursing AAS degrees. It is a national organization.
HOSA- Future Health Professionals
Math + Science
This organization is greatly geared towards any student who has an interest in the field of biology or any of the sciences.
Meeting Information: Tuesday 12:05 - 12:50 in the Academic Building, Room 142
Minority Student Union
This organization is geared towards minority students, and any student who has interest in creating and implementing diversity programming.
Meeting Information: Every Tuesday from 12:05-12:50 in the Academic Building, Room 65
Dr. Jahrael Burrell
The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)
We are the nation's largest leadership honor society, where top students nominated by their colleges come together to identify and achieve their goals.
Meeting Information: TBA
Phi Theta Kappa
This organization is geared towards HCC's honors students. There are academic requirements. This is an international organization. Phi Theta Kappa website.
Thursday 12:15-12:45 in the Academic Building, Room 170
PRIDE Gay-Straight Alliance is a student-led organization whose mission is to provide a safe, supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students, faculty and staff; in conjunction with their straight allies.
Wednesdays from noon to 1:00 in the Auditiorium Building, Room 48
Religion & Philosophy
This organization meets to discuss various topics surrounding religion and philosophy. These events are open to faculty, staff, students, and community members.
Tuesday 12:05-1:00 in the Academic Building, Room 158
Once a month meet in the Auditorium Building, Room 16
Dr. Ken Casey
Presidential Ambassador Program
This organization recruits students who are interested in becoming ambassadors for the college to assist with orientations, special events, and dignitaries visiting the HCC campus.
Meeting Information: TBA
Student Veterans Organization
This organization is geared towards any students who are military veterans, active duty students, or family members.
Sustainability Leadership League
This organization is geared towards the campus community to increase knowledge and practice of sustainability. To reduce, reuse, recycle, conserve, educate, participate and affiliate.
Academic Building Once a Month
Round Table Writers' Group
The Round Table Writers' Group is composed of students, faculty, and staff at HCC who aspire to improve our writing. In the fall, members of the club read and discuss published writing, do thought-provoking writing activities, share our own writings, and celebrate one another's success along the way. In the spring, we continue these activities but also collaborate to produce the Round Table Literary Journal.
Monday from noon to 1pm in the Auditorium Building, room 48
Active student organizations can request funds from the Student Government Association to fund educational, member development, campus engagement activities, and conferences.
- Each group can be rewarded up to $350 each academic year. Budget Requests will be reviewed by Student Government Officers and advisors first, then presented to Student Government representatives to be voted on.
- If you are planning on attending a conference/convention/field trip you will need to submit the following: a copy of the schedule/itinerary, a list of students/advisors attending, and Dr. Young's approval if traveling out of state.
- For questions or concerns please contact Elana Stubbs at 270-707-3802 firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Notice: If the request for funds are not placed at least two weeks before it's needed, the request will be denied.
Budget Form: Request
Coordinator of Student Activities / Office of Student Engagement
Elana M. Stubbs