Student Clubs and Organizations
While academics are the priority at Craven Community College, the college believes in development outside the classroom. All students should be able to enjoy their college experiences beyond classrooms, textbooks and computer screens.
That’s why Craven encourages students to participate in student clubs and organizations.
Craven students have organized a wide variety of clubs and organizations. However, the college administration must approve all student organizations, and each organization must meet and adhere to the criteria and procedures established by the administration.
The currently recognized clubs and organizations include:
Automotive Technology Club
Collegiate Veteran’s Association
Criminal Justice Society
Phi Theta Kappa
Physical Therapist Assistant Club
Student Government Association
Student Nurse Association
Study Abroad Club
The Wave Club
Kappa Beta Delta
What if I’m not interested in any of these groups?
Each year, new clubs and organizations are formed by students with different interest. If you are interested in starting a new club, refer to the Organizational Guidelines for Student Organizations or contact the Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement at 252-638-4597.