Clubs and Organizations
Student Clubs and Organizations provide the opportunity to share interests, make friends, and have fun. Do what you love, try something new, and show off your skills! Student Services supports student clubs and organizations as an active part of the campus and the community. Enhance your college experience by participating!
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The purpose of the Coding Club is to provide out of classroom learning to students majoring in Medical Coding.
Advisor: Sherri Jurysta 724.287.8711 x8204
The purpose of the college singers is to utilize the voices of talented student singers by providing performances for college functions and community events.
Advisor: Cindy Betres 724.287.8711 x6682
The purpose of this club is to support and promote the involvement of BC3 students in campus and community service activities for families and children within our community.
The purpose of the Electronics Club is to provide out of classroom learning to students majoring in Electronics.
Advisor: Denton Dailey 724.287.8711 x8305
Express yourself through the campus art and literary magazine, FACETS. This competitive publication has received national awards through the Scholastic Press Association.
The purpose of this club is to help celebrate and promote diversity with the hope to unite the community with education, create a dialogue promoting human rights and create appreciation and celebration of diversity.
Advisor: Mike Dittman 724.287.8711 x8251
The purpose of the BC3 Guitar Club is to explore technology as we inspire guitar enthusiasts by building, playing and repairing guitars. membership is open to all interested BC3 students.
The purpose of the Nursing Club is to promote learning of nursing club members and foster community projects in the form of service learning.
The PTA club is only for students who have been accepted in the PTA program. Students participate community service projects and fund-raising for funds their pinning ceremony.
Advisor: Ashlee Esplen 724.287.8711 x8381
The Pioneer Players is a theater group. it works with the Theater director to promote theater events and provides opportunity for student to become involved in on campus productions.
Advisor: Larry Stock 724.287.8711 x8425
The Social Work Club is dedicated to unite BC3 students who interested in being active participants in providing services to the community while fostering student learning.
Our mission is to engage students in the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Advisor: Karen Riethmiller 724.287.8711 x8289
The purpose of this club is to support and promote leadership among BC3 education major students.
Advisor: Mary Beth Galante 724.287.8711 x8270
The purpose of the BC3 Writers' Club is to recognize and improve the writing skills of its members, while fostering cultural enjoyment, leadership skills, artistic diversity and personal confidence.
Advisor: Mike Dittman 724.287.8711 x8251
The purpose of the Yoga Club is to introduce and encourage the potential for personal growth that can be obtained through incorporating Yoga into everyday life. Members will partake in thoughtful discussion which may be beneficial to the individual and contribute to self-improvement.
Advisor: Samantha Shields 724.287.8711 x6507
Advisor: Sherri Osborne 724.287.8711 x8448
The purpose of the Rho Phi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among BC3 students. Phi Theta Kappa also provides the opportunity for the development of leadership and service.
Inform Veterans' and those receiving benefits of their rights. Be an advocate for it's members. Provide support for student veterans. Provide support for the community through selfless service.
The Student Ambassador Program is coordinated by the Admissions Office at the Main Campus. We’re looking for leaders to be the “face of BC3” assisting with recruitment events, presentations, and campus tours. BC3 Student Ambassadors should be prepared, punctual, enthusiastic, responsible, and flexible. They are an important part of the Admissions Team and often directly impact the prospective student’s decision to attend BC3.
- $150 per semester
- Leadership opportunities
- Enhance your resume
- 2.8 GPA
- At least 12 credits taken at BC3 in college level coursework (preferred)
- Be a full-time student both fall and spring semester (preferred)
- Provide 4 hours of availability per week for campus tours if scheduled
- Attend recruitment events + participate in training
Interested? Complete this form.
If you have any questions fill out the Student Club Interest Form below or contact Student Life.