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 the Electronics Club is to provide out of classroom learning to students
majoring in Electronics.
Advisor: Denton Dailey 724.287.8711 x8305
- 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 Hospitality Club provides hospitality students at BC3 with hands on learning and application of theories taught in the classroom.
- 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
Advisor: Larry Stock 724.287.8711 x8425
- 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
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
- The Purpose of Executive Club Council is to represent the student body and student
clubs/organizations of BC3 through a system of responsible self-government and providing
appropriate responses to student issues and related problems. The Council also promotes
student activities that enhance service learning through social, cultural, service,
and other student interests.
Advisor: Sherri Osborne 724.287.8711 x8448
- The purpose of the Rho Phi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is to foster the ideals of scholarship,
leadership, fellowship, and service among BC3 students. Students must qualify for
membership by completing 12+ college level credits at BC3 with a 3.50 GPA or higher.
A formal induction ceremony is held every fall and spring semester. For more information
visit www.ptk.org or www.facebook.com/ptkrhophi.
- Advisor: Frank Scrip 724.287.8711 x6814
- 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.
The FACETS Committee is proud to announce that we are now accepting submissions of prose, poetry, essays, artwork, and photography from students, faculty, staff, and alumni. These submissions will be considered for publication in the upcoming 2016 issue of FACETS
For the past eighteen years FACETS has been a national award-winning, juried publication. We need your work to help carry on this tradition.
If you have any questions fill out the Student Club Interest Form below or contact Student Life.