GET ON BOARD!!!!

Congratulations! The Bus Pass Iniative Passed with 86% of the votes.

A new route will be created to take students to the Rampart Range Campus and allow students UNLIMITED rides on the Mountain Metro starting Fall Semester 2018. There will be a student fee of $10.00 per semester to support this initative.

The bus initiative will provide a new bus route from the Voyager Transfer Station to Rampart Range Campus. Students will have access to unlimited bus routes!

For more information on the MMT Student fee please contact Konrad.Schlarbaum@ppcc.edu


Clubs & Organizations

Students with similar interests have formed more than clubs and organizations to meet the activity needs of the student population. Student Life staff assists student organizations in following administrative procedures, planning activities, and securing meeting facilities. For assistance call (719) 502-2089 or stop by room A-208 in the Centennial Student Life Center.

The following is a list of currently recognized clubs and organizations. Questions concerning individual clubs may be addressed to the club sponsor listed, the Student Government Association, or the Student Life Office staff. Club sponsors are subject to change.The Student Life Office maintains an up-to-date list of clubs and organizations and their advisors. Please note that this list may not be complete as clubs are continually organizing and being recognized.

How to start a club:

  • Must have a minimum of 5 students who are interested in the proposed club idea.
  • Find an advisor to mentor the club/organization.
  • Create a constitution- Student Life can provide a Generic Constitution
  • Provide a copy of the proposed constitution to the Director of Student Life.
  • Set up a time for Advisor/Student Training- minimum of 2 students must attend
  • Request to be put on the Student Government Association agenda to present proposed club.
  • Discuss your intentions in initiating this new club/organization at a Student Government meeting.
  • Student Government votes on recommending recognition of new club/organization.
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Student Government Association

Our Mission Statement:

The Student Government Association of Pikes Peak Community College is the voice that advocates student growth and success through leadership development, while promoting diversity, acceptance, integrity, and unity by focusing on the needs of the students.

Student Government

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Club

Culinary Arts

The purpose of this club is to network with other culinary students interested in volunteer opportunities, networking, and listening to guest speakers within the community. This club is also beneficial for ACF membership.

There is a minimum GPA requirement of 2.5 to join.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Richard.Carpenter@ppcc.edu 502-3014

Heidi.Block@ppcc.edu 502-3483

Culinary Arts

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Robotics

The purpose of this club is to compete at Robotics competitions, build robots, build drones, fundraise, and to enrich the lives of student members, provide experience, and build their skills.

Join us every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-5:00PM in the Learning Commons Room V at Centennial Campus.

There is a required GPA minimum of 2.0 to join.

Meeting Times:

Centennial Campus, Learning Commons, Room V - Every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30PM.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Jack.Salesses@ppcc.edu 502-3221

Calvin.Roberts@ppcc.edu 502-3118

theppccroboticsclub@gmail.com

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Black Student Union (B.S.U.)

The purpose of this club is to provide influential representation, empowerment, growth, and success to the students of PPCC. The club will encourage inclusivity while also catering to the needs and concerns of the African American student body.

There are no requirements to join at this time.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Sarah.Clay@ppcc.edu 502-3119

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Students Concerned for Animals in Trouble (S.C.A.T.)

S.C.A.T. raises money and awareness for wildlife conservation through animal outreach, bake sales, craft tables, volunteer days, creek clean ups, and much more!

There are no requirements to join.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Kris.Gates@ppcc.edu 502-3400

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LatinX Student Union

Mision

The LatinX Union's purpose is to provide PPCC students who represent the vast, beautiful, and diverse LatinX backgrounds four key benefits:

*Provide a safe place for students and allies from different cultures and communities to come together with one voice, mind, and united effort.

*To allow LatinX students and allies dedicated time to support social justice initiatives affecting our campus and community.

*To educate the campus and highlight LatinX arts and culture.

*To provide professional and community development to its members.

There are no requirements to join.

Meeting Times:

Centennial Campus, every Thursday at 4:00PM. Room location varies.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Ben.Gallegos-Pardo@ppcc.edu 502-2146

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American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)

The purpose of this club is to create an environment and a place for students to come together and gain skills that are tangible to becoming a professional. Our events are a mix of networking, professional development, and educational. Events include portfolio reviews, socials for networking, and discussion series.

There are no GPA requirements to join but there is an annual fee of $50.00.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Peter.Strand@ppcc.edu 502-3730

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Club

Sliding Aardvarks

The purpose of this club is to develop connections between the PPCC students, faculty and staff through wintertime outdoor skiing and snowboarding activities.

There are no GPA requirements to join but there is an annual fee of $5.00 plus a small cost for each trip.

Larry.Giddings@ppcc.edu 502-3600

Melissa.Allen@ppcc.edu 502-3187

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Club

PPCC Cybersecurity Club

Contact Advisor for more information.

Terri.Johnson@ppcc.edu 502-3077

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Student Veteran Organization

Contact Advisor for more information.

Rose.Angry@ppcc.edu 502-4106

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Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is a professional business collegiate counterpart of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The PPCC Chapter of PBL participates in several activities and events, which include, but not limited to:

*Interview, Business Etiquette, Dress of Success, and Resume workshops

*March of Dimes and other fundraisers

*Competitions at the State and National levels

There are no GPA requirements to join but a minimum GPA of 2.5 is required for travel.

PBL meets at 3:30 on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month in A-221 on Centennial Campus.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Melissa.Allen@ppcc.edu 502-3187

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Soccer

The purpose of this club is to get students together to learn, play and enjoy soccer.

There is a minimum required GPA of 2.5 to join. Students must also be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours.

Contact Jennury@hotmail.com for more information.

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SkillsUSA

Our Mission Statement:

To empower its members to become world class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens, SkillsUSA improves the quality of our nation's future skilled workforce through development of Framework skills that include personal, workplace, and technical skills grounded in academics.

There is a required GPA minimum of 2.0 to join.

Currently fundraising for the upcoming contest season, the club will perform the following repairs for a donation: Vehicle Interior and Exterior detailing, Windshield chip repair, headlight polishing, paint scratch polishing, and small paint jobs.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Ralph.Mills@ppcc.edu 502-3456


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Club

Entrepreneurs

The purpose of this club is to bring students together to share ideas and work in real-world projects that add value to campus and community life.

There are no requirements to join.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Warren.Munick@ppcc.edu 502-3469

Entrepreneurs Club

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Japanese Culture

The purpose of this club is to learn the cultural history of Japan and learn or practice the language. There is an opportunity for members to travel to Japan through UCCS.

There is a required GPA minimum of 2.5 to join.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Reiko.McAdams@ppcc.edu 502-3067

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Club American Sign Language (C.A.S.L.)

The purpose of this club is to bridge the gap between ASL students and the deaf community.

There is no GPA requirements to join but there is a one time membership fee of $15.00.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Jeannie.Hazel-DeStefano@ppcc.edu 502-3026

Ilah.Jackson@ppcc.edu 502-3076

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Honorary Society

Phi Theta Kappa (Alpha Gamma Alpha Chapter)

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is about fellowship, scholarship and leadership. PPCC's chapter Alpha Gamma Alpha is active and is constantly in search for new members. The focus of Phi Theta Kappa at PPCC is to enable members' personal and professional growth.

There is a required GPA minimum of 3.25 to join. An email invitation will be sent to your student email when you qualify.

There is a one time membership fee of $80.00, this may be covered if the recipient is Pell Grant eligible.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Glenn.Rohlfin@ppcc.edu 502-4362

Kate.Pagel@ppcc.edu 502-3427

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Multicultural Student Union

Contact Advisor for more information.

Kim.Hennesy@ppcc.edu 502-2006

Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu 502-3007

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Club

Masquers Theater

The mission of this club is to enrich the passion that students have for live theater, by producing live performances for the entire student body to enjoy!

The purpose is to involve PPCC students in the process of how live theater works by providing a safe place to gain experience with acting, playwriting, theater design and theatre technical skill.

There are no requirements to join.

The First Meeting is April 7, 2018. Meetings will be held bi-monthly on Saturdays at 2:00pm at the Downtown Studio Campus, room S112.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Saundra.Bouchi@ppcc.edu 502-3200

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Geology

Geology Club meets every two weeks on Thursday night from 5-6 in Room A160 on the Centennial Campus. The purpose of this club is to educate, share information, and gather with like minded individuals to discuss and study geology.

There are no specific requirements to join.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Mark.Izold@ppcc.edu 502-3323

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Dental Assisting

The purpose of this club is to bring more awareness and to educate one another within the dental field.

There is no GPA requirement to join. $10.00 per year for club dues.

Located at the Rampart Range Campus.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Amy.Reed@ppcc.edu 502-3342

Sabrina.Perez@ppcc.edu 502-3438

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Club

STEM

The goal of the STEM Club is to create and foster an environment of learning and interest in STEM by supporting and creating opportunities for personal and academic growth.

There is a required GPA minimum of 2.0 to join.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Gwen.Wiley@ppcc.edu 502-3012

Ivana.Seligova@ppcc.edu 502-3552

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Martial Arts

The purpose of this club is to get students together to learn, perform and enjoy Martial Arts.

There is a required GPA minimum of 2.5 to join. Students must also be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours.

Practices are held Monday and Wednesday at 11AM in the Fitness Center.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Derek.Blanton@ppcc.edu 502-2555


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Volleyball

The purpose of the club is to get students together to learn, play and enjoy volleyball.

There is a minimum required GPA of 2.5 to join. Students must also be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours.

Practices are held Fridays from 5-7PM in the Fitness Center.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Kevin.Walda@ppcc.edu 502-4020

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Club

Pikes Peak Community College Nursing Students (PPCCANS)

The purpose of this club is to offer support, leadership, and guidance to all nursing students enrolled in the Pikes Peak Community College Nursing Program by providing opportunities representative of fundamental interests and concerns to nursing students. To assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in a positive manner in order to promote success and professionalism and provide the highest quality of care.

There are no GPA requirements to join. The club is open to all students of PPCC with emphasis on pre-nursing, nursing assistant and nursing students currently enrolled at PPCC.

Upcoming Meetings in 2018: 4/11 and 5/2 at 4PM Rampart Range Campus, Room E213.

Located in the Nursing Department Conference Room

Contact Advisor for more information.

John.Gentzel@ppcc.edu 502-3058

Dawn.Murphy@ppcc.edu 502-3488

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Club

Paralegal Leadership

The purpose of this club is to help students by going beyond the classroom to provide real world experience in the legal field.

There are no requirements to join.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Chris.Bratschi@ppcc.edu 502-3567

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Club

Philosophy

Contact Advisor for more information.

Bruce.McCluggage@ppcc.edu 502-3493

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Steadfast Campus Prayer

The purpose of this club is to invite Christian students to gather weekly for prayer, unity, and transformation at PPCC and to seek to make Jesus known at our campus.

There are no requirements to join.

Meeting times and locations:

Rampart Range Campus: Mondays from 5-6pm in the Library, Room C.

Centennial Campus: Mondays from 1-2pm in the Learning Commons.

Contact Advisor for more information.

Cindy.Davis@ppcc.edu 502-2177

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Social Work

The purpose of this club is to help those who have limited resources. The club gets together once a month to discuss what community service projects they would like to do. Projects may include: feeding and clothing the homeless, raising money for students that need food, or any other service that the club can provide.

There are no requirements to join.

For more information about the club or the Care and Share Mobile Pantry contact the Advisor.

Ann-Marie.Manning@ppcc.edu 502-4214