Whether you are ready to become a member of Delta Gamma Chi or interested in launching a campaign for Student Government Association, VHCC is sure to have a club that will enhance your college experience. There are a lot of choices and your participation is an excellent way to make new friends and discover new talents that will last a lifetime.
Clubs allow students to participate in educational, social, and leadership opportunities. Participation in clubs adds to the learning experience outside the traditional classroom setting. For more information on club participation, come by Student Services in ISC 101 or call (276)739-2438.
- Bass Club
- Delta Gamma Chi
- Democratic Club
- Drama Club
- Fellowship of Christian Students
- The Guild - Gaming Club
- Highlands Adventure Club
- Horticulture Club
- National Society of Leadership and Success
- Phi Theta Kappa
- POWER Network
- Republican Club
- Student Government Association
- Student Veterans Association
- Trees Disc Golf Club
- VHCC Athletics Club
- VHCC Nursing - First and Second Year
- Wolves on Wheels - Skateboarding & BMX
How to start a Student Club or Organization
If you are interested in starting a student organization please refer to the VHCC Student Club Resource Manual.
New Club Process
Definition of Student Groups
Clubs: Student groups designed to meet a specific interest of students. These may be academic, social or interest based. These clubs have an advisor, are led by students, are approved by the Student Affairs Committee, and are overseen by the Student Services.
Organizations: Student groups designed to serve the entire campus community such as the Student Government Association or groups tied to outside affiliations like Rotaract or PTK. These clubs have an advisor, are led by students, are approved by the Student Affairs Committee, and are overseen by the Student Services.
Network: Groups closely tied to a department on campus that bring together students with like interests or needs. Networks are advised and funded through the sponsoring department, are led by college employees, are recognized (but don’t require an approval) by the Student Affairs Committee, and do not fall under the Student Services. Networks are required to follow fundraising and room reservation policies and are asked to notify the Student Services of events to avoid duplication or conflict with events conducted by clubs or organizations by completing the Student Event, Project, Fundraiser, or Local Funding request form.
See the Student Activities Forms page for additional online forms.