Continuing Education

 

Student Programs

F211; 860.885.2301; studentprograms@trcc.commnet.edu
Students can enhance their experiences at Three Rivers by participating in student activities and events that will foster an exciting campus life, help them develop leadership skills and create friendships. Student Programs coordinates the STARS program, as well as student outings, the student lounge and game room, and also sells tickets for college sponsored events. Student Programs advertises upcoming activities on their Facebook page (TRCC Student Programs Office) and with flyers around campus.

Student Leadership

Students who participate in student organizations and/or Student Government at Three Rivers have the opportunity to attend leadership trainings, conferences and seminars. Student Leaders are also invited to attend the state wide Annual Community College Student Leader Program.

Community Service

The college has community events each semester and welcomes any and all volunteers for these events. Some examples of community service opportunities on campus are: Blood Drives, Food Drives for local food pantries and Read Across America. TRCC also has a student volunteer group G.I.V.E. (Get Involved with Volunteer Efforts) that is always accepting new members.

TRCC Game Room & Lounge

The game room in F217 has a pool table & Wii available for student use during Student Programs’ business hours. Students can check out Wii remotes and games, or billiard balls and cues from the Student Programs Office with a valid photo id. The Lounge in F201 is a free space for all student use that is open during normal building hours.

Student Activities Rewards System

STARS is a point system that rewards you for attending events on campus! Earn points by attending college sponsored events and having the event coordinator sign your STARS form; turn in your completed form to Student Programs at the end of the semester and shop for TRCC items with your points!  

Student Organizations

F209; 860.823.2845

All 40 of our organizations share an open office space with six computer workstations, mailboxes and club storage. As a member of a student club, you’re welcome to drop in to do some homework, make flyers, or any other club business. It’s also an ideal place to stop in if you want more information about one of our clubs. From architects to vets, skiing to ska music, there is something for everyone.

Student Government

F207; 860.892.5733

The Student Government is a governing body of elected and non-elected students who represent the interests of the student body & work to improve the College community. Student Government also chairs the Campus Activity Board (CAB) who are responsible for planning, promoting and implementing student activities for the best interest of the student body. Students interested in joining can attend a SGA or CAB weekly meeting.  For more information, contact a Student Government Representative in F207 or Student Programs.

 

American Institute of Architectural Students

Phi Theta Kappa

American Nuclear Society (ANS)

Philosophy Club

Amnesty International

Psychology Club

Anime Club

Quill and Brush Literary Magazine

Art Club

SCHOLAR (a local history, action and research organization)

Baseball Club

Senior Student Ambassadors

Bicycle Club

Ska Club

Business Club

Ski Club

The Cultural Society

Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)

The Current

SPIE

Diversity Club

Student Government

Early Childhood Education Club

Student Nurses Association (SNA)

Gay – Straight Alliance

Student Performing Arts Group (SPAG)

Get Involved in Volunteer Efforts (GIVE)

Trailblazers

Golf Club

Three Rivers Billards Association

Lone Juliet

Three Rivers United Environmentalists

One1World

OLE - Organization of the Latino-American Experience
Paintball Club Veteran's Organization

 

Student Publications

F203 is the shared office space for student publications and journalism classes.

The Current

The Current is TRCC’s student-run newspaper, working with both journalism students and students interested in newsprint media to provide opportunities to design, write and publish a newspaper.

Quill and Brush

Quill and Brush is another student publication; an annual literary and arts magazine featuring art, fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Students interested in being a part of Quill & Brush’s editorial process can contact faculty advisor Janet Hagen- submissions are accepted in the Student Publication Office (F203) year round.

Information about Starting Your Own Organization

Don’t see an organization you’re interested in? Start one! Find a faculty or staff advisor, get together a group of ten currently enrolled students, and write a Constitution with a list of proposed activities. Once this is completed, the Student Government will consider the application and determine to charter the organization. Only recognized Student Clubs may use the College’s name and facilities and request funds.

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Resources »

Student Handbook

Student Activities Reward System (STARS)

Student Organizations