Student Clubs – Canton
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Clubs may be meeting virtually or in person this semester – consider joining one today. Review the following club listing below; see what interests you and email the club/club advisor for details and meeting times. If you have an idea to start a new club, please email email@example.com and we will assist you with the process.
Canton Campus Clubs
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. The Architectural Club promotes excellence in architectural education by providing camaraderie, networking, and interchange of expression pertaining to architecture, techniques, and technology. The Club coordinates fundraising, meetings, field trips to architectural exhibits and lectures. Membership is open to all students with an interest in Architecture or Engineering
Advisors: Irving Weiner & Robyn Parker x2528 firstname.lastname@example.org
ARTISTS UNION: Open to all students currently enrolled in the college who share an interest in Art & Design. Activities include field trips, visiting artist lectures and demonstrations, and informal social meetings.
Advisor: Robert Priest x2902 email@example.com
DENTAL ASSISTANT CLUB: Participation in the Dental Assistant Club is limited to those currently enrolled in the Dental Assisting Program. The purpose of this club is to promote and sponsor activities and events that encourage a career in this field. Membership will encourage and provide a liaison with professional associations; attendance at dental meetings, the Yankee Dental Congress; field trips; and lastly, community service projects for dental health education.
Advisor: Judy Shannon x2754 firstname.lastname@example.org
GAMING GUILD: This club is intended as a way for gamers of all backgrounds to discuss, play, and enjoy different types of games. Club members are encouraged to play roleplaying games, video games, collectible card games, board games, and any other type of game they have interest in.
Advisor: David Johanson x2378 email@example.com
GENDER SEXUALITY ALLIANCE (GSA): An organization dedicated to spreading awareness, information, and positive self-image across the campus. Our focus is the pursuit of equality for all people who do not identify with heteronormative sexualities and gender presentations. Open dialog within the group about issues affecting our lives is welcomed and encouraged. All students, including but not limited to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, gender-fluid, pansexual, questioning, undefined, and heterosexual, are welcome to meetings and official positions. Meetings provide a safe place for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities to express themselves openly, without fear of judgment or harassment.
PHI THETA KAPPA: Officially known as the International Honor Society for community and junior colleges. Students must have at least a 3.3 cumulative average and have completed a minimum 12 credits in a degree program at Massasoit.
Advisors: Sawsan Zahara & Paul Chiano firstname.lastname@example.org
STUDENT SENATE: The Student Senate is the Student Government Association at Massasoit Community College. They serve as a liaison between the student body and the college administration, participating in planning and decision-making processes to improve the college experience for all students. They also oversee student clubs and organizations, including the annual review of club applications and the allocation of funds to support the missions of established clubs and organizations. Senators are also very involved members of the college community, planning and attending student activities and events, and participating in community service projects.
Advisors: Judy Franciosi x1480 email@example.com & Judi Smith x2118 firstname.lastname@example.org
VET TECH SOCIETY: This club is for students currently enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program. The purpose of this club is to acquaint students with the veterinary medical profession; promote interest in the diverse field of veterinary medicine; create a sense of unity and friendship among members; encourage scholarship, service, and community awareness; and serve as a means of communication between first- and second-year students.
Advisor: Jean Higginson x2004 email@example.com