At YCCC, we want to enhance your college experience by offering programs and activities outside the classroom. These activities provide students with the opportunity to make new friends, explore new interests, develop leadership skills, and have some fun.
There are a variety of student clubs and organizations; get involved! FMI about our Student Clubs and Activities please contact Jennifer Laney at (207) 216-4399 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Senate is the elected governing body focused on representing the interests of the student community at York County Community College. The Senate serves as the official student voice on campus and is responsible for allocating funds received from the student activities fee. Student Senate plans activities and events, service projects, as well as leadership and community engagement opportunities.
Advisor: Jennifer Laney
Y3C Veterinary Club
The Y3C Veterinary Club promotes animal health and wellness to students in the Vet Tech field here at YCCC. They are affiliated with the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America-Student chapter. This club facilitates shadowing and mentorship opportunities for students. The club meets monthly to participate in community involvement and community education with area veterinary technicians as well as for study groups, guest speakers and field trips to farms and barns within the State of Maine.
Advisor: Julie Bodkin
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society-Chapter of Beta Lambaa Rho
Phi Theta Kappa focuses on recognizing academic achievement and is dedicated to serving the York County Community College community through:
- Scholarship: We educate chapter members, the student body and community, and other chapters about important issues.
- Leadership: Encourage members to assume leadership roles in the college and community.
- Service: Initiate activities in service to the college and community.
- Fellowship: Offer a balance of social and scholarly events.
Advisor: Paul Archer
The Psychology Club unites students interested in Psychology to learn about careers in this field. The club contributes to the community, conducts various psychology-related experiments, performs random acts of kindness, and interacts with organizations off campus to learn more about how they can make an impact on others while studying in that field. Members of the club meet weekly throughout the semester.