Armed Forces & Veterans’ Club

This student organization is open to any student with an interest in or desire to supports U.S. Veterans. To contact the Armed Forces and Veterans’ Club, email

Art Club

This student organization interacts to enrich students on all aspects of the Art world and to achieve opportunities and communication through interpretation and art. The Art Club may be reached at                                                     

Black Student Association

This organization is to promote a common unity among all students interested in African culture. The BSA can be reached at

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

This organization is charged with the task of coordinating and executing a comprehensive calendar of social, recreational, educational, and cultural events for activity fee paying students at GWCC. For further information about CAB, email or call the CAB event Hotline at (203) 285-2249.

Computer & Gaming Club      

This student organization is open to students interested in computer programming, computer games and any form of gaming. The Computer and Gaming Club may be reached at

Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Counseling Club (DARC Club)

This organization is open to all students interested in becoming drug and alcohol rehabilitation counselors and those who support drug and alcohol rehabilitation and education.  To contact he organization, email

Early Childhood & Special Education Club             

This group is open to all students who have an interest in working with pre-kindergarten children.  To contact them, email


This organization serves to heighten awareness of environmental concerns and can be reached at

Gay/Straight Alliance

This organization is a caring and diverse group of students with the common goal of building community through awareness of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, inter-sex, and ally issues. Faculty and staff are welcome to participate. This organization may be reached at

International Club

This student organization broadens the horizons of the students through culture and the ability and opportunity to speak the language, thereby promoting international sensitivity. The International Club may be reached at                                          

Muslim Student Association

The Muslim Student Association (MSA) works to unite the Muslims on campus, spread peace, promote, support, gain a sense of brotherhood/sisterhood on campus and to increase awareness throughout the non-Muslim campus community. For further information about the MSA, email   

Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS)

This organization is to promote awareness of Latino/Hispanic culture and traditions and to foster a sense of unity among all ethnic groups. For further information about OLAS, email

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for students with a 3.5 GPA who apply and are formally accepted with an induction to the Honor Society. To contact Phi Theta Kappa, email                      

Poetry & Music Club                 

This student organization is for students to discuss and share interests, tastes, and opinions on poetry and music. To contact the organization, email    

Pre-Law Club

This organization is or students interested in learning the ins and outs of our legal system.  For further information, contact

The Recreation Club

The Recreation Club coordinates both local and regional recreational opportunities for those who enjoy indoor and outdoor recreation. 
Science Club 
This club extends the GWCC students’ knowledge of science beyond the classroom. To reach the Science Club, email

Students in Free Enterprises      

This organization provides the opportunity to develop leadership, teamwork, and communication skills through learning and teaching the principles of free enterprise. For further information, contact

The Student Government Association (SGA)

This organization promotes good citizenship and harmonious relationships with the college community. It provides student representation here at GWCC. Some of the committees under the SGA include Food Service Committee, Elections Committee and the Campus Activities Board. The SGA Elects students to represent the student body and campus wide and state wide committees and task forces. To contact the SGA officers, email

Student Nursing Association      

This organization organizes and represents students preparing for initial licensure and for those who support the nursing profession.  For further information about the SNA, email                                     

Theater Goers Club 

This student organization provides the opportunity to attend area performances of the arts and is open to all students interested in fine arts.  For more information, contact

VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America)

VICA competes statewide, regionally, and nationally in automotive technology through Skills USA.