Clubs and Organizations
Are you a student that enjoys certain activities or hobbies and are not sure if there are others on campus who enjoy those same things? Or do you want to meet some new friends and be a part of a group?
Casper College offers many different clubs and organizations that spark a wide array of interest. If any of these below interest you, please feel free to contact the club advisors listed. They would love to give you more information.
Club Handbook and Forms
The following documents are available on the Student Senate MyCCMoodle Page:
- Club Handbook
- Club Good Standing Checklist
- Senate Funding Request
- Club Officer List
- Club Member Roster
- Community Service Completion Form
- Food Drive or Student Activity Completion Form
- Fundraising Request Form
- Non-Affiliated Speaker Form
Student Travel Forms
The following forms are available on the Student Senate MyCCMoodle Page:
- Travel Request Form
- Authorization for Emergency Medical Treatment
- Release and Indemnification Agreement
- Student Request to Drive a Private Vehicle
Student Senate give students in the opportunity to be involved in hands on learning organizational structure, college issues, political process, decision making, budgeting, allocating and leadership among other things.
Clubs and Organizations
American Sign Language (ASL) Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Gail Schenfisch
- Advisor/Sponsor: Cynthia Harrison
Association of Dance Performance Students of CC (The Flight)
- Advisor/Sponsor: Jodi Youmans-Jones
- Advisor/Sponsor: Richard Burk
- Advisor/Sponsor: Erich Frankland
Campus Democrats is a student organization that is designed to appeal to students from most ideological and political positions. It is involved in activities on campus, such as sponsoring speakers and promoting issue awareness for all students, and off campus, such as participating in the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. activities and assisting with voter registration efforts.
- Advisor/Sponsor: Teresa Stricklin
Campus Ventures is an inter denominational Christian organization for students and staff of Casper College that gives a setting to gather for worship and praise. The primary purposes would include: providing fellowship, training in discipleship as followers of the Lord Jesus Christ, and offering opportunities to reach out and share this love of God with others. This would include service opportunities during breaks or summer months.
Casper College Queer Alliance
Collegiate Ministries of Casper College (CM)
- Advisor/Sponsor: Jason Katzmann
Computer Science Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Charlotte Gruner
Criminal Justice Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Art Washut
This club is an organization consisting of students from CC and UW/CC who are CJ majors or interested in criminal justice. The club is active in campus activities and service projects. For example, each fall the club is involved with a campus and a community-wide DUI prevention effort. The club frequently travels to tour prisons, police academies, jails, crime laboratories or to ride-along with various police departments. In even numbered years the club usually goes to Phoenix, AZ during spring break! To make these trips possible, the students engage in a variety of fundraising activities.
Digital Learning Center Club (DLC Club)
- Advisor/Sponsor: Daniel Gallegos
Fire Science Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Dale Anderson
Fitting and Showing Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Jeremy Burkett
If you enjoy fitting and showing animals or livestock interest you, Fitting and Showing Club is the perfect fit! Students have the opportunity to further their knowledge on how to properly care for and prepare the 3 primary species (cattle, pigs, sheep) for show day. Not only does this club allow hands on activities and learning, but it also includes classroom time learning about how to properly feed and care for all livestock!
- Advisor/Sponsor: James Chappelow
- Advisor/Sponsor: Marron Bingle-Davis
Indigenous Student Alliance
- Advisor/Sponsor: Daniel Gallegos
International Students Club
The International Students Club is open to any Casper College student. It exists to provide the international students studying at Casper College an opportunity to foster the following: A support network as these individuals adjust to college life in the U.S. and particularly Wyoming. Some assistance with legal requirements and immigration rules while studying in the U.S. An opportunity to share some of their special and unique backgrounds and cultural heritage with some of the elementary and secondary students of Casper as well as the students at Casper College. The goal for this club is to help these international students have a better experience during their time here and that the college community could fully benefit from their presence.
Latter Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA)
LDSSA is a faith-based organization committed to providing a place where students can look forward to a brighter future through faith. We welcome all Casper College students to join us for fun, games, relaxation, and companionship.
Livestock Judging Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Jeremy Burkett
National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) at Casper College
- Advisor/Sponsor: Shelby Garner, Danielle Anderson, Linda Toohey
The NSLS is the largest leadership honor society in the United States. Our NSLS chapter at Casper College was started in 2016. Our local chapter is part of the national organization with 700+ chapters and over 1.4 million members. Students are selected based on exemplary academic achievement. More info about NSLS at Casper College.
Occupational Therapy Assistants Club (OTA)
Oil City Ag Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Heath Hornecker
Phi Rho Pi (Forensics)
- Advisor/Sponsor: Doug Hall
Phi Rho Pi is committed to increasing knowledge and appreciation of the forensics arts at junior and community colleges by fostering growth, development and participation in the activity. Established in 1929, it has the honor of being one of the oldest forensics organizations in the United States.
Phi Theta Kappa – Zeta Alpha Chapter (PTK)
Today Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than 1.5 million members and 1,200 chapters located in all 50 of the United States, U.S. territories, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Germany, Marshall Islands, MIcronesia, and Palau. The innovative programs and services and array of membership benefits offered by Phi Theta Kappa are unequaled among honor societies. Co-curricular programs focus upon the Society’s Hallmark of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Fellowship. It is estimated that 200,000 students participate in Phi Theta Kappa programs each year. Annually, approximately 100,000 students are inducted into Phi Theta Kappa. To be eligible for membership a student must complete a minimum of 12 hours of associate degree course work and generally earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Membership in the Zeta Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is dependent upon the following qualifications: The student must have a Casper College cumulative GPA of 3.5; maintain enrollment in at least six credits in the semester in which the student becomes eligible and in which the student is initiated; be of good moral character; be a degree-seeking student; maintain full citizenship rights and have no felony convictions.
Social Work Club
This club is aimed at providing an opportunity all social science majors and students interested in the social sciences to promote and educate others on the importance of the Social Sciences in our world and have the opportunity to meet and integrate with other like minded students.
- Advisor/Sponsor: Chad Hanson
Student Association of Respiratory Care (SARC)
- Advisor/Sponsor: Tiffany Scott
Student Nurses’ Association
- Advisor/Sponsor: DeAnna Corey
The Student Nurses’ Association promotes professional and social unity among student nurses and stimulates an interest in the program of the professional nursing organizations including the National Student Nurses’ Association. The members promote and encourage participation in community affairs and activities towards health care and the resolution of related social issues. To represent nursing students to the consumer, to institutions, and other organizations and encourage students’ participation in interdisciplinary activities
Student Radiographer Association
The purpose of the Student Radiography Association is for students to be recognized in the community and on campus, as a group of professional students working towards a common goal of becoming professional Radiologic Technologists. To achieve this purpose we shall provide community services, education, and attend conferences dealing with the field of Radiology.
- Advisor/Sponsor: Jennifer Harshman
Thunderboard Gaming Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Andrew Young
The Thunderboard Gaming Club aims to promote board games as a recreational activity that boosts strategic thinking skills and social interaction. We play a variety of board and card games every meeting, and we aim to provide a friendly and welcoming environment for anybody who wants to play games; whether you’ve never played any board games before or you own a huge collection of your own, we invite you to come play with us! Players are welcome to (indeed, encouraged to) bring games they enjoy and teach them to and share them with the other players who attend the club.
- Advisor/Sponsor: Darrel Wagner
- Advisor/Sponsor: Nick Whipps
Welding and Auto Body Club
- Advisor/Sponsor: Darrin Miller