Activities & Organizations
Learning Outside the Classroom.
We strive to promote student growth and development by facilitating the educational process with opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to interact in a variety of informal settings. We encourage student participation in these diverse cultural, social, educational, and recreational activities. These activities include the Back-to-School Icebreaker, the Multicultural Luncheon, Hanging of the Mittens, and more.
The Henderson Community College Campus Crafters seeks to promote an enjoyment of various
arts and crafts and offers students an opportunity to learn new crafts or art forms or
to allow student members to teach the group about the crafts they already enjoy.
The emphasis is on projects that are produced in a single sitting and use inexpensive,
readily available supplies and recyclable items. While students with artistic talent
are certainly welcomed, NO artistic ability is required in order to enjoy membership
in this club. The Campus Crafters generally try to hold meetings (where we craft)
a few times each month, plus help out with school events where we can. For more information,
Arts and Science Building
Arts and Science Building
Are you looking for an opportunity to make new friends, and to learn about God and His plan for your life? Come to CROSS! CROSS is a Christian fellowship group for college students. It is an extension of Baptist Collegiate Ministries, but is not only for Baptists, but for anyone interested. Everyone is welcome for free food, fun, and fellowship. Join us for lunch every Wednesday at 12 - 1 pm in the STC Cyber Cafe.
Laura Winstead, Faculty Sponsor, AS214, 270-831-9720
Angie Watson, Faculty Sponsor, STC225, 270-831-9671
Henderson Association of Nursing Students (HANS) is a pre-professional organization open to students currently enrolled in the nursing program. Members of HANS are also members of the Kentucky Association of Nursing Students and National Student Nurse Association (NSNA). Members participate in leadership opportunities, workshops, service learning, and community service outreach. For more information, contact:
Academic Technical Building,
Pride Club's purpose is to create a safe, positive, and educational environment for
members and allies of the LGBTQA community through friendly, inclusive meetings where
we raise awareness about controversial topics, including political issues, current
events, etc. This group is open to the HCC community at large.
If you know a student that would be interested in this group or if you have an interest in becoming involved, please contact Adam Blair. We currently meet the third Tuesday of each month from 11-1 in A/T 107 (Student Activity Space.).
Academic Technical Building
KEA Student Program is a professional association for college students preparing to enter the teaching profession. KEA-SP participates in Relay for Life, NEA Read Across America, and many other community service activities.
Phi Theta Kappa is the largest and most recognized international honor society for community college students. “The mission of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize academic achievement of college students and to provide opportunities for them to grow as scholars and leaders.” Students are invited to join PTK based on their GPA and credit hours earned. For more information about PTK and HCC’s Phi Kappa Chapter, contact faculty advisors:
For more information, contact:
Arts & Sciences Building
The Student Government Association serves as a voice for the students of HCC. A student body president is elected annually and serves as a voting representative on the HCC Board of Directors. All students are welcome to attend and participate in SGA meetings. SGA participates in campus activities, service projects and social events as planned by the members.
For more information contact your advisor.
The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) at Henderson Community College
The NSLS is the largest leadership honor society in the United States. Our NSLS chapter at Henderson Community College was started in 2019. 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. As of 2021 we have 75 members who have access to:
- More than $400,000 in scholarships.
- An exclusive NSLS job board.
- A personalized letter of recommendation.
The NSLS leadership program teaches the interpersonal skills that employers seek to give you an edge in the job market. Hear directly from current members as they share how their experience has changed their life.
If you become a member, some of the other benefits are:
- Learn from exceptional leaders like former President Barack Obama during exclusive Speaker Broadcasts.
- Meet new friends and make lifelong connections (on-campus and virtually).
- Overcome challenges with success coaches shortcutting your way to success.
- Access to private networking events.
Visit the NSLS website to learn more about and accept your nomination.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What do I have to do to become inducted?
Our five-step program takes approximately 12 hours over the course of the semester at your pace.
Is this recognized on campus?
We are a Registered Student Organization (RSO). As of 2021, we had 75 in our chapter and there are more than 1.4 million members nationwide.
If you would like more information or are interested in becoming a chapter member, please contact one of HCC’s Chapter Advisors:
Samantha Reynolds |firstname.lastname@example.org
Sullivan Technology Center (STC)