Student Activities & Organizations
Student activities are considered a vital part of institutional life. They are conducted under the supervision of the Vice Chancellor for Student Services.
Arkansas Licensed Practical Nurses Association (ALPNA)
For nursing students, this organization sponsors blood drives, blood pressure checks, and booths at the Nurses Association Convention. For more information, contact the PN Program Coordinator in the Nursing Department on the DeWitt campus.
Baptist Collegiate Ministry is a group of students that meets for religious growth. It meets weekly on the Helena-West Helena campus.
Beekeeping Club This club explores the benefits and management of bees. Due to the significant reduction in the bee population, the club's focus is on caring for and increasing the area bee population.
Book Club The PCCUA Book Club meets every other week on the Helena-West Helena campus to discuss the students’ book of choice for that semester. Also, students engage in fund raising activities (Relay for Life), present programs for Black History Month and other occasions, attend plays in Memphis at the Orpheum Theater, and assist with campus events.
Intramural Activities The intramural activities program provides an opportunity for students to participate in supervised, competitive activities between groups within the Helena-West Helena campus community. Intercollegiate activities include: flag football, volleyball, basketball, softball and disc golf. Intramural activities include 4-on-4 flag football, 6-on-6 volleyball, 3-on-3 basketball, 5-on-5 basketball, pickleball, badminton, table tennis, dodgeball, ultimate frisbee, archery, 4-on-4 volleyball and wiffle ball.
Men Enrolling Toward Advancement (META) META is a peer support group for minority males on the Helena-West Helena campus. The group meets weekly during the Fall and Spring semesters. META members develop leadership skills, participate in fundraisers and service learning opportunities, and sponsor student activities on campus.
Phi Theta Kappa The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarships, as well as provide opportunities for leadership, fellowship, and service. To be eligible for membership, a student must have earned a 3.5 cumulative GPA on 12 hours or more of course work leading to an associate degree.
Student Ambassadors Students selected to represent the college at various activities at the college and in the community. This organization is currently available on the DeWitt and Stuttgart campuses.