Expand and enrich your college experience by getting involved with your campus and your community. The Co-Curricular Activities Department is the social hub of the college, where you can meet other students who share common interests. Take advantage of the many opportunities to develop valuable career skills and earn scholarships by taking on leadership roles in various student clubs and organizations.
Student Publications – Gain valuable career experience, or just find an outlet for your photography and literary works. Student Publications include In Motion Student Newspaper and Aeolus Literary Magazine. In Motion is an award-winning monthly newspaper that is produced entirely by students. Aeolus is an annual literary magazine featuring student poems, short stories, essays and artwork. Many former writers, photographers and editors for these publications are now employed in various media organizations throughout the world.
Student Government Association – The SGA is made up of elected officers and appointed members who are directly involved in the college decision-making process. SGA representatives serve on various college wide committees that review college policies, procedures and expenditures. SGA officers also organize various campus events and many community service projects.
Student Leadership Workshops and Seminars – Gain valuable leadership skills by attending workshops, seminars and retreats offered each semester. Combine these events with participation in Student Government, student clubs and college committees for an experience that will enhance your resume and build your professional career.
Intramurals and Recreational Sports – There are several intramural sports activities that are open to all students. From flag football and soccer tournaments to informal ping pong games, you’ll find it all at “Rec Sports.”
Clubs and Organizations – There are more than 40 student clubs and organizations on campus to appeal to a wide variety of interests. In most cases, membership to clubs and organizations is open to all students.
For more information and a calendar of activities, contact Co-Curricular Activities in Building 130, Room 113 at the Daytona Beach Campus; Building 7, Room 151 at the DeLand Campus; or the provost’s office at the other campuses.