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Clubs and Organizations


The clubs listed below are currently active.  Clubs retain their active status by maintaining a roster of five members each semester.  Each club is also required to have a faculty of staff sponsor.  

Students with a particular interest are encouraged to start their own clubs.  That process is outlined below.

The majority of the clubs listed below are active on the ECC campus in Union.  Clubs at ECC's Rolla location are so noted. 


Acapella Bellas & Fellas

Mission: Bringing music everywhere.  (auditions required).
Sponsor: Dr. Timothy Sexton - ext. 6698,


A HERO Club (Adult Higher Education a Responsible Option)   

Mission: To provide non-traditional age students with a learning community that focuses on community and college projects.
Sponsor: Christy Parmentier - ext. 6717,


Allied Health Club
Mission: To provide students who are in the health care field a place to network and gain resources.
Sponsor: Amber Dunn - 6922,


Art Club
Mission: To create a vision of community around the arts.
Sponsor: Adam Watkins - ext. 6652,


Campus Crusade for Christ
Mission: To build relationshps with other Christian believers and to offer resources for those interested in learning about Jesus Christ.
Sponsor: Tom Fitts  - ext. 6623,


Engineering Club
Mission: To provide an environment for students to explore science and engineering while serving ECC and the engineering program.
Sponsors:  Linda Arrington - ext. 6677,


Media Club

Mission: The ECC Student Media Club provides students interested in writing and visual expression with a voice on campus. Club members may hold staff positions on the student newspaper, The Cornerstone, and help maintain its accompanying website. They may also help produce the annual ECC Literary Review. Writers, editors, photographers, graphic designers, and artists of any kind are encouraged to get involved.

Sponsors: Leigh Kolb - ext. 6643,


Performing Arts Club
Mission: To provide an atmosphere in which music and theatre students can learn the necessary skills of working together professionally in order to accomplish common goals.  Members also learn to network and build professional relationships.

Sponsors:  Aaron Bounds - ext. 6697,

Dr. Jennifer Judd - ext. 6696,

Dr. Timothy Sexton - ext. 6698,


Phi Theta Kappa - Chapters at the Union Campus & Rolla Location 

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for the two-year college. Members pursue activities that fall under the direction of the society's hallmarks of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship.

Mission:   To recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development.  Phi Theta Kappa membership is by invitation only and is based on attaining a 3.5 GPA as a full time student for a semester.  Members must maintain an overall GPA of 3.2.  Membership is open to all majors throughout the college, including anyone working toward a degree or certificate.   

Rolla Sponsor: Dr. Beth Winters-Rozema -  573-458-0165,

Union Sponsor: Kevin Dixon - ext. 6631,


R & R Club
Mission:  To amke time between classes more enjoyable by cultivating friendships through various activites such as card games, pool, video and gaming.
Sponsor:  Dr. Bill Cunningham - ext. 6651,


Mission: To give future young professionals the opportunity to volunteer their time to help the community.  Rotaract is a Rotary sponsored service club.
Sponsor: Karen Klos - ext. 6614,


SAHIM (Health Information Management Club)

Mission: To promote the field of health information management and provide opportunities for individual growth, leadership and career preparation in HIM.

Sponsor: Sarah Havens - ext. 6630,


Student Government Association - Clubs at the Union Campus & Rolla Location 

Mission: To represent the student body in all facets of college life and promote a close relationship with the administration, faculty, and student body for the general welfare of the college. Officers at both locations  coordinate various activities and community service events.

Rolla Sponsor: Tracy Rusco - 573-458-0165

Union Sponsor: Brady Griffith - ext. 6583,


Student Missouri State Teachers Association - Clubs at the Union Campus & Rolla Location 

Mission: To provide a pre-service organization for future teachers and create a community within the group of students majoring in education. The organization works with MSTA on current trends and issues which affect the role and welfare of teachers in a democracy.
Rolla Sponsor: Elaine Briggs - 573-458-0165,

Union Sponsor:   


Student Nurse Association – Clubs at the Union Campus & Rolla Location 
Mission: To promote teamwork and leadership skills among student nurses while working to promote health in the community.
Rolla Sponsor: Andrea Garner - 573-426-6685,

Union Sponsor: Judy Bieker - ext. 6620,


Z.E.D. (Zombie Extermination & Defense)

Mission:  To raise zombie and disaster awareness and to provide an opportunity to learn how to resist and survive such situations while creating a fun and friendly environment.

Sponsor:  Jennifer Chitwood - ext. 6633,


For more infomation on the clubs listed above contact the Student Activities Office located in Room 104 in the Multipurpose Building on the Union campus.  Brady Griffith is coordinator of student activities and can be contacted at 636-584-6583 or at


Student Government Association meetings on the Union campus are held every Friday at 1:30 in BC138. All students are welcome to attend!


To be recognized as a club by the ECC Student Government Association, the potential organization must have:

1. One full time faculty/staff sponsor.
2. 16 signatures of ECC students. (8 stating they will be in the club and 8 saying they will support this club)
3. Potential club members who agree to adhere to the Student Code of Conduct.
4. Submitted a club name and mission statement.
5. Verification of completion of these requirements by the Vice President of Student Development and one advisor to the Student Government Association.

Once these requirements have been met the Student Government Association will recognize the club at the next SGA meeting.

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