Campus Life

Student activities are considered a vital part of institutional life. They are conducted under the supervision of the Vice Chancellor for Student Services.


BAPTIST COLLEGIATE MINISTRY (Helena-West Helena Campus) is a group of students who meet weekly in Bonner Student Center for their religious growth. Contact

BOOK CLUB (Helena-West Helena Campus) is a book club for students, faculty and staff who enjoy reading and having socialization experiences outside of the classroom experiences. Campus Contact: Vivian Hoskins at

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP STUDENT COUNCIL (All Campuses) gives a voice to the student body as well as serves as a liaison for the students to the Faculty, Staff, and Administration of the College. It is the responsibility of the organization to advocate for students by influencing how the College addresses challenges, barriers to student success, and offer student’s support and resources as needed to ensure a conductive academic and social learning environment for students. Campus

FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES (Stuttgart Campus) FCA is focused on servicing local communities by engaging, equipping and empowering, athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel. Campus Contact: Kim Kirby (ext. 1825).

GAMING This club provides a safe space for students to express themselves through gaming and allows development of teamwork, creativity, critical thinking, and leadership skills. Campus Contact: Kim Kirby (ext. 1825).


MEN ENROLLING TOWARD ADVANCEMENT (META) (Helena-West Helena Campus) is a peer support group for minority males on the Helena-West Helena campus. META members develop leadership and communication skills, as well as participates in service learning opportunities, and studentprogramming on campus. Campus Contact:

MULTICULTURAL STUDENT ORGANIZATION (ALL CAMPUSES)  The mission of the Multicultural Student Organization is to provide the opportunity for multiple cultures of students to assemble for the purpose of increasing cultural awareness, to promote social justice, cultivate inclusiveness on campus, and to formulate a mutual respect for diversity. Campus Contact: Dr. Johnson (ext. 1235).

NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION (ALL CAMPUSES)  The mission of the Non-Traditional Student Association is to provide non-traditional students with a community of support and education from peers with similar work and life experiences. This organization will improve student orientation and transition to the college environment, as well as improve student retention. Non-traditional students are defined as part/full-time employees, 25 years of age or older, veterans, and students who are parents and/or are married. Campus Contact:

PHI THETA KAPPA recognizes and encourages scholarship, as well as provides opportunities for leadership, fellowship, and service. To be eligible for membership, a student must have earned a 3.5 GPA on 12 hours or more of course work leading to an associate degree. Campus contacts: Dr. Tarsha Smith ( Helena-West Helena Campus; Thomas Moss ( and Rosary Fazende- Jones ( Campus; Tracie Karkur ( -DeWitt Campus

STUDENT AMBASSADORS (DeWitt and Stuttgart Campuses) are selected to represent the College at various activities at the campus and in the community. Campus Contact: Michelle Blasengame (; Lee Ann Hoskyn (

TRAILBLAZERS (ALL Campuses) A group for students who are the first members of their family to attend college. Students have the opportunity to extend their support system, build community in the college setting, and add to their personal and professional resources. Themes of the group include: navigating college successfully, balancing personal and academic lives, understanding finances, managing responsibilities, identify development, and empowerment. Campus Contact: Dr. Kimberley Johnson (

File Name Type Size
RSO Operations and Planning Guide pdf 196 KB
RSO Registration pdf 135 KB
RSO Constitution pdf 119 KB