Student Activities

Get Involved at ECC Rolla!

As an ECC student, you have the ability to start new student organizations. If you think a club is missing from this list, there’s a good chance we can get one started.

To learn more about starting a new club, contact Andy Klingensmith, the Campus Life and Leadership Coordinator at

Student Clubs

Creative Writing Club

Creative Writing Club is open to all ECC students regardless of location and/or major. This group aims to create a supportive community of creative writers in which aspiring writers can share ideas, explore possibilities, and discover publishing opportunities.
Advisor: Lisa Haag

Photography Club

Interested in photography? This is the group for you. You’ll have the opportunity to share and discuss your work, as well as your peers’ work, learn more about photography, and more.
Advisor: Keith Pulles

Psychology Club

This group works to gather students interested in psychology for continued learning, service opportunities, fun activities, and more.
Advisor: Tim Derifield

Phi Theta Kappa

The Beta Omicron Phi chapter operates under Phi Theta Kappa, an international honors society. Students are invited to join based on academic performance, and membership guarantees valuable benefits for life.
Advisor: Dr. Beth Rozema

ECC Student Nursing Association

Student Nurses is a group for students in our nursing program.
Advisor: Joannie Blakely

Student Government Association

Student Government Association is an opportunity for students to take an active role in advocating for the student body of East Central College. By joining SGA, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Meet new people
  • Be the voice of ECC students
  • Gain leadership experience
  • Build resume & professional network
  • Take part in planning campus activities
  • Get involved with the community

Advisor: Tracy Mowery

Officer Roles

Student Government Association is currently looking for new officers! Officers receive a scholarship award in addition to valuable leadership experience.

To get your application, simply email Tracy Mowery. Introduce yourself and express your interest in being an officer. As the advisor, Mrs. Mowery will provide you with the information and materials needed for the next steps in the process.

SGA Rolla has four officer positions that lead the group. Those are:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Recording Secretary
  • Public Relations Officer

Student Clubs and Associations

  • Creative Writing Club
  • ECC Student Nursing Association
  • Phi Theta Kappa (International Society of the Two-Year College)
  • Photography Club
  • Psychology Club
  • Student Government Association – Click here for more information on Rolla SGA!
  • Student Missouri State Teacher’s Association