Welcome to the Chipola College Student Organizations Home Page. Membership in a organization provides students with an opportunity to interact socially with people who share similar interests. Check below for an organization that interests you!
Baptist Collegiate Ministry- Sponsored by the Florida Baptist Convention and local Southern Baptist churches, BCM is open to students of all denominations and provides opportunities for Christian growth.
Black Student Union- The BSU strives to improve and promote the educational, social and political environment on campus.
Brain Bowl Team- This group of academically talented students represents Chipola at Regional, State, and National Brain Bowl Tournaments.
Chipola Players- This organization provides service through theatre projects, awareness of theatre productions and social events. If you like acting, singing, or just being part of the show, this is the ticket for you!
Cheerleaders- The cheerleaders promote school spirit at sports events. Membership is determined by competitive tryouts.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes- This is a national organization which exists to serve the athletic community, undergirded by God’s Spirit, operating in the lives of available persons.
Freshmen Student Nurses Association- The Freshmen Student Nurses Association begins preparing nursing students for the assumption of the professional responsibilities of a Registered Nurse.
Future Educators-This organization provides support and positive feedback to the students enrolled or interested in one of the bachelor of education degree programs at Chipola College.
Honors Program- This organization consists of all Honors Program students. The members promote the ideals of Chipola College and provide peer mentoring and service learning opportunities.
International Student Association – This organization provides support for the International Community of Chipola College.
Mu Alpha Theta- Mu Alpha Theta is a mathematics honorary society for Chipola students. Members must have a 3.3 average overall GPA and a 3.5 average GPA in mathematics courses.
Phi Beta Lambda- PBL provides additional opportunities for students in business to develop career abilities and to display group programs and activities. Any student interested in business is welcome; you do not have to be a business major.
Phi Theta Kappa- Phi Theta Kappa, Chipola’s honor society, is open by invitation to students with a 3.5 or better GPA.
Pre-Med Society- This organization provides support to students planning to pursue careers in professional and allied health fields.
Puertas Abietas (Spanish Culture Association)-This group will open the door of different acculturative aspects from the Spanish culture and create a link between the non-fluent Hispanic neighbors as well as increase awareness of the importance of diversity.
Student Scientists Association- This association is a co-curricular organization open to all students taking at least two science courses (including math) per semester.
Show Choir- This auditioned music and dance performance group provides an opportunity for students to showcase their talents.
Skill USA- Chipola College Skills USA Chapter is affiliated with the Florida Association of Skills USA. Its purpose is to promote leadership and professional skills, as well as job skills necessary for success in today's world. Membership is open to students enrolled in courses in trade, industrial, technical, and health occupations.
Sophomore Student Nurses Association- The Sophomore Student Nurses Association is a continuing group of nursing students that has completed 23 or more hours of course work with an NUR prefix. The association prepares students for the assumption of professional responsibilities of a Registered Nurse.
Student Ambassadors- This organization of specially selected students assists in hosting events at the college. A GPA of 2.5 is required.
Student Government Association- All students enrolled at Chipola are members of SGA and are invited to come to the meetings. SGA sponsors student activities and represents students’ interests through contact with the college administration.
TRiO Society- Encourages self-development, commitment to academics, and dedication to community involvement while expending the goals and objectives of the TRiO Student Support Services Program.
Contact the Student Activities Office to obtain more information about a specific organization.
Student Activities Office: Building K, Room 105
Nancy Johnson, Student Activities Coordinator
phone: (850) 718-2308 or 718-2314