The Student Life Office is the umbrella for the Student Government Association, Student Clubs, and student identification cards. There are three staff members and several student leaders available to assist you at any point, whether it’s in the Student Life Office (132 Medlin) or in the Student Government Association office (010 Medlin).  Student Life is home to a variety of student involvement opportunities that focus on diversity, leadership, service and personal well-being. Let our team show you how to get involved at GTCC through its host of special events, clubs and programs. 

Clubs and Organizations

With more than 35 registered student clubs and organizations to choose from, the options are endless for getting involved as a student at GTCC! LEARN MORE
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Student Government Association

Student Government Association (SGA) is present at all five campus locations of GTCC and works primarily for the interests and needs of students of those campuses.
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Student Identification Cards

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Student Events and Programs

PROGRAM PURPOSE:

  • To provide to GTCC a select group of students to serve as representatives at institutional functions as well as recruitment, student, civic, and cultural activities.
  • To provide the Ambassadors a leadership program to develop personal, organizational, and institutional leadership skills.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Invitations to apply are sent to all students:

  • Enrolled in a curriculum program
  • Who have completed 12 semester credit hours
  • With a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or better
  • Planning to be enrolled as a part-time (minimum of 9 credit hours) or fulltime student

Ambassadors are selected in spring semester for the following academic year.

The Student Life Office participates in the Minority Male Success Initiative through the North Carolina Community College System Office, a grant focused on the retention and success of our minority male students. Different opportunities are offered to faculty, staff and students to facilitate conversations, workshops and presentations to address this retention effort. For further questions and information on programs related to this, please contact Pamela Pinnix at plpinnix@gtcc.edu or x50214.