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STUDENT GROUPS & ORGANIZATIONS

Biology Club
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
Cardinal Christian Fellowship
Cardinal FEDORAS
Cardinal Future Assistants of Dentistry
English Club
Graphic Design & Communication Club

Kansas Association of Nursing Students
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Physical Therapist Assistant
Radiography Club
Respiratory Care Club
Skills USA
Sonography Club
Student Ambassadors
Student Government Association (SGA)
 



Biology Club - encourages intellectual and social growth for members through a variety of activities including field trips to museums, visits to University Biology Departments and other fun activities. Advisor: Dr. Bharathi Sudarsanam (620) 820-1150

Campus Activities Board - is responsible for planning and promoting many of the extracurricular activities on campus. Check out the activities going on now! Advisor: Melissa Nance (620)820-1178

Cardinal Christian Fellowship - fosters a nondenominational outreach for Christian fellowship on LCC campus.
Advisor: Dr. Doug Ecoff (620) 820-1151 and Rebecca Roach (620) 820-1139

Cardinal FEDORAS - FEDORAS stands for Future Educators: Define Our Role as Superior. FEDORAS allow education majors to work in the community to share knowledge and engage in other educational ventures. The FEDORAS also help to build self-esteem, create a sense of belonging and work to develop community pride. Advisor: Regena Lance (620) 820-1241

Cardinal Future Assistants of Dentistry - The purpose of the group is to promote the delivery of optimal patient care and elevate patient education regarding oral health. Advisor: Patti Harris (620) 232-5820 ext.107

English Club - to promote the literary arts for LCC students and offer opportunities to experience the benefits of English, writing and reading in the community. Advisor: Elizabeth Walker (620) 820-1123.

Graphic Design & Communication Club - provides supplementary education in the areas of design, illustration and graphic arts. Field trips, workshops, and seminars with professionals are sponsored by the club. Advisor: Greg Brewer (620) 820-1023

Kansas Association of Nursing Students - creates an opportunity for individual responsibility and leadership. Students are also prepared for membership and participation in professional nursing organizations. Advisor:  Jill Coomes (620) 820-1218

Phi Beta Lambda -  is the college division of Future Business Leaders of America. PBL helps members bridge the gap between the classroom and the business world by giving them an opportunity to learn firsthand about the business community. Advisor: Cathy Kibler (620) 820-1186 or Elaine Guy (620) 820-1243

Phi Theta Kappa - is the international honor society for two-year colleges. PTK membership is by invitation only. Students must have a 3.5 or better GPA to be considered. Advisors: Tammy Fuentez (620) 820-1264

Physical Therapist Assistant - Allows currently enrolled PTA students opportunities for community involvement and leadership. Civic service activities are expected from each member to create an awareness of physical therapy to the public. The club members are involved with field trips, Kansas Physical Therapy Association conferences and end of semester parties.  Advisors: Trudy Hansen (620) 423-3411

Radiography Club - allows radiography students to work together for the purpose of evaluating the quality of patient care and promote the art and science of radiological technology. Advisor: Gale Brown (620) 820-1159

Respiratory Care Club - is designed to bring together diverse students involved in the respiratory care program and to promote the profession. Advisor: Kara McIlvain (620) 820-1172.

Skills USA - The club focuses with Career/Technical Programs. Students will learn leadership and employability skills along with competing at local, state and national levels. 
Advisor:  Becky Warren (620)820-1271 and Tonya Bell (620) 820-1121

Sonography Club - Elevates the quality of patient care and promotes the art and science of sonography technology. Advisor: Brian Vediz (620) 820-1181

Student Ambassadors - are a select group of students with the mission of promoting a favorable image of LCC to it's many publics, such as prospective students, current students, parents, alumni, and the community.
Advisor: Tammy Fuentez (620) 820-1264

Student Government Association - is primarily responsible for serving the students of LCC by providing a voice between the students and other areas of the institution. Advisor: Melissa Nance  (620) 820-1178

 

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