Office of Student Engagement

Educational research suggests that when students get involved in campus life, they are more likely to succeed academically. Meaningful involvement in extracurricular activities can give you an edge when you compete for scholarships and jobs. Experience, leadership, and organizational skills are just a few competencies gained through participating in clubs/organizations. The Office of Student Engagement encourages students to engage in learning without limits by advancing opportunities that allow for growth and development within and beyond the classroom.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Office of Student Engagement is to foster an active and vibrant campus community by developing a comprehensive co-curricular and extra-curricular experience, providing opportunities for students to develop and grow in the areas of leadership and event planning. The Office is a resource that emphasizes a welcoming environment to support the free flow of ideas from all students on this campus.

Goal

The goal of the Office of Student Engagement is to create an engaging environment that enriches the academic, social and personal experience of all students. Through their involvement both on and off campus, students will be prepared to engage effectively in their respective communities, as well as contribute to meaningful social change in our society.

Vision

The Office of Student Engagement strives to create an inclusive campus community where all students are valued, are able to find their passion, and are engaged in activities that promote growth and development academically, socially and personally.

photo of Bruce Douglas, Coordinator of Student Engagement

Bruce Douglas, Ph.D.
Coordinator of Student Engagement

Contact Information:
(800) 729-5101, extension 340
Email Dr. Bruce Douglas

 

 

 

STUDENT LEADERSHIP

Student Senate

The Student Senate is the representative, elected governing body of the student population at the Concordia Campus of Cloud County Community College (CCCC). The purpose of the Student Senate is to practice good citizenship, promote relationship-building, improve school morale, assist in planning and implementing school activities, provide a forum for student expression, charter college clubs and other organizations, and promote the mission and values of CCCC throughout the college campus and the local community.

2018-2019 Student Senate Executive Board
Staff Advisor: Bruce B. Douglas, Ph.D.

President: Mason Hays
Vice-President: Dylan Fry
Secretary/Treasurer: Sophie Jebose
Freshmen Representative: Adhika Ezra
Freshmen Representative: Anne Schlaefli

2018-2019 Student Activities Board

Anne Schlaefli
Dylan Fry
Anton Reeves
Johnathan Herter
Brie Overley
Macy Cringan