At BCTC, students are given many opportunities to shape their college experience! You can choose to run for SGA office, attend the monthly Peace and Earth Justice meetings, participate in a leadership retreat, and more. Your time at BCTC is what you make it, so don't hesitate to get involved!
Seize this opportunity to engage with your peers, sharpen your leadership skills,
learn about yourself and others, and broaden your horizons!
Are you looking to join a student organization or club on campus? There are many to choose from!
- Phi Theta Kappa
- A national honor society designed to promote scholarship, service, development of leadership, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students at BCTC. Visit our Phi Theta Kappa page to learn more.
- Advisor: Tom Rogers, (859) 246-6543, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Advisor: Stephanie Fitch, (859) 246-4617, email@example.com
- To learn more visit the Phi Theta Kappa Student Organization page.
- American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
- A professional student organization designed for students majoring in or interested in the field of Architecture.
- American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) Student Organization
Advisor: Kevin Murphy, (859) 246-6542, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bluegrass Associate Degree Nursing Class of 2022
- A student organization open to all of the BCTC Nursing Class of 2022 designed to foster a love of nursing while developing the qualities of leadership, advocacy and caring needed to succeed as a nursing student.
- Advisor: Nancy Bronner, (859) 246-4633, email@example.com
- To learn more visit Bluegrass Associate Degree Nursing Class of 2022 Student Organization
- Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association (SADHA)
- A student organization designed for the advancement of students pursuing careers in Dental Hygiene.
- Advisor: Stephanie Riehn, (859) 246-6303, firstname.lastname@example.org
- To learn more Student American Dental Hygienists' Association (SADHA) Student Organization
- Students United for the Promotion of Education in Radiography (SUPER)
- Continue education of 1st and 2nd year radiography students through networking and contact with experienced professionals.
- Advisor: Lesley Klosterman, (859) 246-6354, email@example.com
- To learn more visit Students United for the Promotion of Education in Radiography Student Organization
- A Few Good Men
- A Few Good Men Initiative (FGM) is a program established by the Diversity Task Force for Recruiting and Retention designed to empower males of color, particularly African-American males, academically, personally and professionally.
- To learn more, visit our Few Good Men Initiative (FGM) page.
- Advisor: Shelbie Hugle, (859) 246-6216, firstname.lastname@example.org
- African Student Association
- Becoming HER
- Becoming H∙E∙R is a program established to support female students of color, particularly African-American/Black females. Becoming H∙E∙R intends to increase, encourage, and support inclusion and educational success.
- To learn more, visit our Becoming HER page.
- Advisor: Tania Crawford Gross 859 246-6580 email@example.com
- Advisor: Kauai Thurman 859 246-6471 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Becoming HER Student Organization
- Latinx Student Community
- A student organization open to all Bluegrass College Student of Hispanic/Latino heritage or any student that has an interest in the culture, language and history of Latin America. The clubs purpose is to celebrate the rich cultural diversity of Latin America as well as the influences of the Hispanic/Latino culture in the United States.
- Advisor: Milton Meza 859-246-6894, email@example.com
- International Student Association
- A student group open to all BCTC students designed to foster cross-cultural understanding between the international and American students, faculty and staff.
- Advisor: Brian Schanding, (859) 246-4647, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ollie Rashid, (859)246-6893, email@example.com
- To learn more visit International Students Association Student Organization
- LGBTQ*+ Allies!
- Addicts and Allies for Education
- Our organization will raise awareness and educate allies with community outreach, provide a safe space, workshops, and resources for addicts as well as allies.
- Addicts and Allies for Education Student Organization
- Advisor: Dr. Chris Ledford, Christopher.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Advisor: Courtney Jordan, Courtney.email@example.com
- Advisor: Stacey Ray, Stacey.firstname.lastname@example.org
- A student organization to provide additional education and community experience for BCTC students by giving back to the community and developing networking skills.
- B-CAUS Student Organization
- Advisor: Tamarra Disco-Boggs, (859) 246-6654, email@example.com
Advisor: Andrew Ball, (859) 246-6359, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Students for Peace & Earth Justice
- A student organization open to all BCTC students designed to create and promote progressive causes state and nationwide.
- Advisors: Katelyn Collins email@example.com 859-246-6247
- Roger Pearson firstname.lastname@example.org 859-246-6299
- To learn more visit Students for Peace & Earth Justice Student Organization
- Bluegrass Community and Technical College Student Government Association (SGA)
- A student organization open to all BCTC students committed to creating, supporting and maintaining activities and programs that unify the campus and serve the student body and community.
- Visit the Student Government Association (SGA) page for more information.
- Advisor: Christina Robinson, (859) 246-6921, email@example.com
- To learn more visit Bluegrass Community and Technical College Student Government Association Student Organization
- Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)
- Presidential Student Ambassadors
- As students’ leaders, the BCTC Presidential Student Ambassadors will serve as positive role models to help new and prospective students feel connected to the college community, build awareness of college services and programs, and cultivate relationships within the community while promoting goodwill and integrity.
- Advisor - Christina Robinson, (859) 246-6921, firstname.lastname@example.org
- To learn more visit Presidential Student Ambassadors Student Organization
All Student Organizations must re-register at the beginning of the Fall semester.
Student Activities office will email the Student Organization advisors with the updated packet.
Reach out to the Student Success Hub at BCTC-Hub@kctcs.edu or 859-246-6702.