Animal Advocates Club
The animals finally have a voice…YOU. Awareness +
Alternatives = Restored Humanity. If not you, Who? If not now, When?
Meetings are scheduled on Wednesdays, 4/23
and 5/7 in CC 205 at 1:45 pm.
More information is available through the
Advisor, Melissa Norbeck at email@example.com
. Visit us on Facebook
DECA is a club which allows students to develop and
apply everyday business skills in a competitive environment.
Meetings are held every Thursday from 2:30 - 3:30
in CC 202. For more information please
contact the Advisor, Kristen Whyte at
. Visit GCC DECA on Facebook
DMS Society of Ultrasonographers (GCC DMS SOU)
This Club provides GCC students an opportunity to share information and provide support for prospective, current and alumni students in the DMS program. They also develop awareness of the program through community involvement and provide scholarship opportunities for students.
For more information about this club, please contact the
Advisor, Laurie Rohrman at firstname.lastname@example.org
The EOF club is a group of students who are
passionately pursuing all the opportunities higher education has to offer
and are encouraging others in this pursuit of excellence.
Meetings will be held in the Mini Center on Thursdays from 12-1 pm
in the Student Life Mini Center.
Please come to as much of
the meeting as you are able to attend. If you would like more information please contact Advisor, Sheryl Ratcliffe at email@example.com
or visit us on Facebook
The Gamers Guild is centered around
gathering to play games of all types, including video games and table-top
games. Whether students enjoy competitive or casual play, the Gamers Guild
is open to any who are interested in gaming in a social setting. Events will
include competitive game tournaments for charity and/or prizes.
Please join us in the Mini
Center every Wednesday from 3:30-5 pm.
For more information
please contact club Advisor, Josh Wickman at
Gay Straight Alliance
All are welcome in this safe and supportive
environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgendered GCC students and
their allies. Help us work toward a more accepting environment for all
people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, through
education, support, social action, and advocacy.
Feel free to contact Advisor, Bryan Buttler for help with any questions you
Ghost Chasers Club
Back by haunting demand, the Paranormal Club is being
resurrected! Students who are interested in the paranormal can join us as we
go over evidence from other groups that have investigated haunted places in
New Jersey. They meet on Wednesdays from 1:30-2:30 pm in
SH 710. The club is collecting
eyeglasses to donate to the Deptford Lions Club. Look for bins set up around
campus and bring in your no longer needed glasses for this worthy cause!
If you would like more information, please contact
Lori Joyce at
or Anna Kehnast in the Library at 415-2254.
available for a trip to New York City on Saturday, May 17. Enjoy a "Day on
your Own" doing whatever you please. Leaving GCC at 8:00 am, the cost is $34
for transportation only.
For more information contact Anna Kehnast at
in the GCC Library or call (856) 415-2254.
Japanese Anime Guild (JAG)
JAG Club meets on every
Wednesday from 1:00-4:30 pm in the Mini Center.
This Club is designed to provide students access to the latest in Japanese entertainment, as well as providing a fun and friendly atmosphere for students to socialize and learn more about Japanese culture.
For more information on the JAG Club, please contact Dr. Susan Glenn at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit us on Facebook
Jesus is Lord Club
“Bringing Glory to God at GCC” This club meets for
fellowship and fun
every Monday from 1:30-3:00 pm in the Mini Center.
For more information, contact Club Advisor, Carol Weinhardt at email@example.com
This club encourages students from diverse cultural backgrounds to come
together and respectfully share ideas about strengthening and promoting
campus diversity and teamwork. Please join us at
our meetings in the Mini Center every Monday from 12:30-1:30 pm.
For more information, contact Advisor Marcela Stein at firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Society Club
Who is invited? Anyone who can sing, play music, write
songs or poetry, or is talented in recording. When do we meet? What is our
objective? To network with fellow musicians, and to make music a priority on
campus. You've heard about us, now see what we are up to on campus; join us for as much time as you have during our
We will be meeting in the Mini Center every
Tuesday from 2-4 pm. Come prepared to jam! For more information, contact Advisor
Jim Boeckle at email@example.com.
Nuclear Medicine Technology Club
What is Nuclear Medicine Technology?
It is a type of medical imaging that helps medical practitioners diagnose
and treat body conditions and abnormalities by utilizing a small amount of
radioactivity tagged to a pharmaceutical. Nuclear medicine technologists
administer a wide range of these radiopharmaceuticals to patients and then
monitor the characteristics and functions of tissues or organs in which the
drugs localize. We offer a two-year program in
nuclear medicine! Does this interest you? Join us
for an informational meeting on either Wednesday, 4/23 or Thursday, 4/24 at
11:30 am in HS 511
. Contact Advisor, Laura Sharkey Pyle at
for more information.
This Club meets to discuss a variety of topics related
to their field, and host a guest speaker once a month.
The last meeting of the semester will be held on Friday, 5/21 from
6:30-9 pm in the Library Board Room.
For more information contact Advisor Susan Purvin, Esq. at
or visit us on
Photography Club *LOOKING FOR
A NEW ADVISOR!*
This is a great place to meet with other photo
enthusiasts to learn, share ideas, and have fun. All you need is a digital
camera! No experience is necessary for you to join. If you are interested in becoming the Advisor,
please email Cheryl in Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org
This group meets to discuss different topics relating
to the field of psychology including neurology, sociology, ethics, morality
For more information, please contact Club Advisor, Jessica
Jolly at email@example.com
Are you interested in science and scientific
experiments? Then this is the club for you. We will perform simple
scientific experiments as well as work within the community by cleaning up
littered areas - we also participate in local Fossil Digs! Not sure what to do with your science degree or how to get
into a top rated University?
Are you having trouble with your science
classes? Form a study group with your friends from the science club!
For more information, please contact Club Advisor,
Christina Nase at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Nurses Organization (SNO)
Participation in SNO allows future and currently enrolled nursing students
to meet and interact together and to provide support for each other, the
College and the Community.
For more information
please contact Advisor, Laura Charboneau at email@example.com
Stargazers Club (GCC's Astronomy Club)
Do you wish to see the moon and beyond? We discuss
various astronomy related topics and are active in the community. We also
host “Star Parties” and use a telescope to observe the night sky on campus
and in Wharton State Forest. No prior knowledge of astronomy is required!
For more information contact Dan McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Visit us on Facebook
Student Government Association
Interested in getting involved in GCC’s campus life?
Then the Student Government Association is just what you are looking for.
Elections are around the corner - get involved by picking up a Petition and
running for Office to make your experience at GCC great! Share your ideas, and be part of a
dynamic group of leaders every Thursday at 2:30
pm in the Student Life Mini Center
For more information, contact SGA Advisor, Cheryl McBride at email@example.com
or pick up a brochure at the Student Life Office. Visit us on Facebook
Student Veterans Organization (SVO)
All GCC current, prospective or alumni students who
have honorably served in the military (or are family members of someone who
has or is still serving). For more information contact the Club Officers
. Visit us on Facebook
Teachers 2000 (T2K)
Associated with Educational Cohorts on Campus.
We focus on service, learning and leadership
within the context of education. For more information, contact Advisor Chuck Harkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Vanguard Club is a group of creative students: poets, writers, artists, and photographers, who get together to talk about creativity and critique each other's work in a spirit of constructive criticism and encouragement. The club is also instrumental in creating Gloucester County College's literary magazine.
They will be meeting in the Mini Center on
Thursdays from 10 am-12 pm. For more information about the club and/or submitting to the magazine
, please email
Advisor, Dave Schleicher