Clubs and Organizations
Student Clubs and Organizations provide the opportunity to discover friends that share similar interests! Take advantage of the wide variety of clubs and organizations BC3 has to offer, and enhance your college experience by participating!
Get Involved In Campus Life
Our mission is to engage students in the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Advisor: Karen Riethmiller 724.287.8711 x8289. Meetings: Tuesdays, 6-7:30pm -- Virtual
Advisor: Sherri Mack 724.287.8711 ext 8255 Meetings: Virtual
The GSA is welcoming, relaxed, and confidential environment for BC3 students of all orientations and genders. Each week we discuss topics of interest related to the community and offer support. Make new friends and learn about the community.
The purpose of the BC3 Guitar Club is to explore technology as we inspire guitar enthusiasts by building, playing and repairing guitars. membership is open to all interested BC3 students.
Advisor: John Chos 724.287.8711 ext. 8848
The Hospitality Club provides hospitality students at BC3 with hands on learning and application of theories taught in the classroom. 724-287-8711 x8037
Advisor: Jennifer Tayler 724.287.8711 ext. 8037
Advisor: Jenn Loue 724.287.8711 ext. 8327 Meetings: Virtual
The PTA club is only for students who have been accepted in the PTA program. Students participate community service projects and fund-raising for funds their pinning ceremony.
Advisor: Ashlee Esplen 724.287.8711 x8381. Meetings: After class, in-person
The Pioneer Players is a theater group. it works with the Theater director to promote theater events and provides opportunity for student to become involved in on campus productions.
Advisor: Mike Beck 724.287.8711 ext. 8359
The Social Awareness Club is dedicated to unite BC3 students who interested in being active participants in providing services to the community while fostering student learning.
- Karen Stuebenbort 724.287.8711 x8164
Meetings: In-person and Virtual
The BC3 Writer's Club is a community that welcomes creatives who love writing, learning, and critiquing. Each week, we get together to read and discuss different pieces of writing created by members of Writer's Club to give feedback and constructive criticism. This allows the club members to become better writers, become better reviewers, and become more comfortable with their own writing style. The Writer's Club also hosts a writing contest, and participate in NaNoWriMo, the National Novel Writing Month in November to challenge ourselves to a long-form writing project.
Advisor: Jacqueline Kunkel
Advisor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Main Campus
Meeting Times: 12:45pm-2:00pm Tuesdays, January 26, 2021 - Tuesday, April 27, 2021
The Purpose of BC3 Leadership Council is to represent the student body and student clubs/organizations of BC3 through a system of responsible self-government and providing appropriate responses to student issues and related problems. The Council also promotes student activities that enhance service learning through social, cultural, service, and other student interests.
Advisor: Sherri Osborne 724.287.8711 x8448
The purpose of Kappa Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among business students pursuing associate degrees. It promotes personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.
Over 1,400 public and private community and junior colleges are in the United States and additional colleges around the world. Only 160 of these have been granted ACBSP accreditation, approximately 11%. These 160 ACBSP accredited programs are eligible to establish a Kappa Delta Chapter. Students in institutions with established chapters are entitled to a lifetime membership and scholarship opportunities based upon the following criteria:
- Ranked within the upper 20 % of students pursuing business degrees at the time of membership invitation
- Completed a minimum of 15 semester credit hours, a minimum of six hours are in business subjects toward the degree program
- Minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or the minimum GPA for Honors considerations at your institution, whichever is higher
The purpose of the Rho Phi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is to foster the ideals of scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service among BC3 students. Students must qualify for membership by completing 12+ college level credits at BC3 with a 3.50 GPA or higher. A formal induction ceremony is held every fall and spring semester. For more information visit www.ptk.org or www.facebook.com/ptkrhophi.
- Morgan Rizzardi, Primary Advisor – email Morgan Rizzardi or call 724-287-8711 ext. 8274
- Amanda Fleming, Co-Advisor: Main Campus – email Amanda Fleming or call 724-287-8711 ext. 8343
- Dr. Joshua Novak, Co-Advisor: Main Campus – email Dr. Joshua Novak or call 724-287-8711 ext. 8045
- Jolene Stieb, Co-Advisor: Lawrence Crossing & LindenPointe – email Jolene Stieb or call 724-287-8711 ext. 4026
Meetings: Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 -- Virtual
Inform Veterans' and those receiving benefits of their rights. Be an advocate for it's members. Provide support for student veterans. Provide support for the community through selfless service.
Advisors:Stella Smith 724.287.8711 x8335
Advisor: Frank Scrip 724.287.8711 x6814
The Student Ambassador Program is coordinated by the Admissions Office at the Main Campus. We’re looking for leaders to be the “face of BC3” assisting with recruitment events, presentations, and campus tours. BC3 Student Ambassadors should be prepared, punctual, enthusiastic, responsible, and flexible. They are an important part of the Admissions Team and often directly impact the prospective student’s decision to attend BC3.
- $150 per semester
- Leadership opportunities
- Enhance your resume
- 2.8 GPA
- At least 12 credits taken at BC3 in college level coursework (preferred)
- Be a full-time student both fall and spring semester (preferred)
- Provide 4 hours of availability per week for campus tours if scheduled
- Attend recruitment events + participate in training
Interested? Complete this form.
The FACETS Committee is proud to announce that we are now accepting submissions of prose, poetry, essays, artwork, and photography from students, faculty, staff, and alumni. These submissions will be considered for publication in the upcoming 2016 issue of FACETS
For the past eighteen years FACETS has been a national award-winning, juried publication. We need your work to help carry on this tradition.
- Advisor: Mike Dittman724.287.8711 x8251or email@example.com
- Advisor: Kristine Allen724.287.8711 x5617or firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you have any questions fill out the Student Club Interest Form below or contact Student Life.