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Clubs and Organizations
ASU Mid-South is a state-supported institution and is therefore, non-denominational. The purpose of the Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) is to encourage student fellowship, develop student leadership skills and provide opportunity for the study of the Bible and its teachings. The BCM serves to organize students for service and ministry and to help students talk about their faith to other students. Membership is open.
Brother 2 Brother (B2B) is a male mentoring organization established through a Title III PBI Grant at ASU Mid-South Community College. B2B is designed to develop the engagement and self-confidence of (primarily but not limited to) African American male students to increase their success, retention, and completion of college. B2B also strives to improve the educational outcomes of those students through participation, in-service, learning, and civic engagement. Participants experience a mentoring relationship to follow, uplift, and track their personal and academic development. B2B meets bi-weekly in various locations as announced.
For more information, contact: Gerar Pope (Success Coach) email@example.com 870-733-6849
The purpose of the Cast and Crew Club is to connect students who have a background in video and audio production with students who have a demonstrated interest in acting and/or television and radio hosting for the purpose of creating film, television and radio projects for ASU Mid-south. Club members will collaborate with various departments and programs on campus to create content that is both informative and entertaining.
For more information contact:
Anwar Jamison (firstname.lastname@example.org) 870-733-6058
Mary Field (MField@asumidsouth.edu) 870-733-6821
Erin Schlauch (email@example.com) 870-733-6790
The ASU Mid-South Community College Chess Club allows for students, faculty, and staff to meet together and enjoy the game. The club is open for all players whether one is a novice who wants to learn the game, intermediate, or expert player. Boards and clocks are provided by the PBI Title III Department and set up every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month in the Rotunda from 10am-1pm. By special request, chess equipment can be checked out. Additional opportunities to meet and play in the Rotunda are announced through student email.
Purpose of the club: To provide an avenue for Hospitality Management and other interested students to network and interact socially with the college community, hospitality and tourism industry experts, and other students, faculty, and staff across the nation and beyond.
The club seeks to accomplish these goals through community and college special projects, industry partnerships, educational tours, and collaboration with the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management, The University of Memphis.
Purpose of the club:
To educate and empower women students socially and economically by providing personal growth and development services through reflection and self-examination, while also teaching practical leadership skills, and facilitating mentoring relationships both one-on-one and in group settings.
Objectives of the club:
· To provide the opportunity to develop a mentoring relationship that will inspire personal and professional success.
· Provide mentees the opportunity to gain broader perspectives on field of choice, values, norms, expectations, and behaviors and how gaining these perspectives can enhance their ability to make productive decisions.
· Provide an opportunity for mentees to learn and practice professional networking skills.
For more information, contact:
Tyechia Barnes (870) 733-6872 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Black (870) 733-6011 / email@example.com
Brente Davis (870) 733-6749 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Jimmi Lampley (870) 733-6017 / email@example.com
Founded in 1984, the NTHS is a non-profit organization established to recognize excellence in workforce education and award scholarships to its members. NTHS membership is considered America’s highest award for excellence in career and technical education. In order to be considered for membership, students must be enrolled in a technical program, have at least a 3.5 grade point average in their technical coursework and at least a 3.0 grade point average overall.
For more information, contact Technical Center Student Activities Manager.
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi, is the largest honor society in higher education with 1,285 chapters on college campuses in all 50 of the United States and abroad. More than 3 million students have been inducted since its founding in 1918, with approximately 134,000 students inducted annually.
To fulfill our mission, we focus on recognizing and encouraging the academic achievement of two-year college students while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming.
At ASU Mid-South, Phi Theta Kappa recognizes our students’ academic excellence, opening the door to scholarship opportunities around the region and the nationwide network of funding through the society’s general scholarship application. Like ASU Mid-South as a whole, Beta Epsilon Psi chapter is dedicated to service in our community, including our on campus recycling program and the annual Clothe-a-Kid drive to raise funds for clothing and toys for special needs students in West Memphis elementary schools.
Sigma Kappa Delta (SKD) is a student honor society that recognizes the achievements of students who have excelled in their English coursework. This society works to promote literacy, improve the community through philanthropic projects, and recognize outstanding student achievements.
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel by providing educational programs, events and competitions that support career and technical education (CTE) in the nation’s classrooms. With a mission to empower every student member to achieve success, SkillsUSA focuses on promoting career-readiness through the development of academic, technical, and soft skills. This organization is open to both secondary and post-secondary technical students who apply each fall semester through their program’s instructor. Members can compete in the ASU Mid-South Internal Competition in January for a place in the Arkansas SkillsUSA State Championship held in Hot Springs each April. State level gold-medalists are eligible to go on to the SkillsUSA National Championship in June in Louisville Kentucky. Membership in SkillsUSA gives students access to a variety of scholarship opportunities.
For more information, contact Technical Center Student Activities Manager.
The purpose for Somos Greyhounds is to provide a successful group of individuals who are active in political, social, and cultural activities that involve the growing Latino community. Somos Greyhounds will also be an extra support system for students in the areas of academics, leadership, civic engagement, networking, and service opportunities within the larger community. Additionally, this organization will attempt to bring awareness of Hispanic culture and heritage to the ASU Mid-South campus.
For more information, contact Brente Davis at 870-733-6749 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tennis club at ASU Mid-South is for students on any skill level from novice to advanced. Free tennis lessons for all members, meet other students at your level of play and train for the ASU Mid-South tennis tournament.
For more information Contact Dr. Hawkins at 870-733-6037 or email@example.com.
(1) The purpose of the Welding Club is to promote professional competency, by providing opportunities for club members to serve together productively on practical and artistic projects.
(2) To create a joint effort between faculty and students that allow members to refine their skills while increasing their understanding of welding principles.
(3) To prepare student to compete in SKILLS USA.
(4) To help students meet current welding industry standards.
Contacts: Ed Cook – firstname.lastname@example.org
*For additional information on student clubs and organizations, contact the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Life, whose office is in the University Center.