Clubs at ECTC are started with the expressed interest of three or more students. If you wish to learn more about starting a new club contact Samantha MacKenzie in room 103 of the STC building or email email@example.com
The American Design Drafting Association is a national nonprofit professional organization that offers membership to students of design drafting programs. Students enrolled in Computer Aided Design and Drafting, and Engineering programs are eligible for student membership:
Beginning September 16, 2015, evening meetings are the third Wednesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. in OTB 203; day time meetings are at 2:00 p.m. in OTB 203 on the third Thursday of each month and begin September 17. Meeting schedule may change each semester or each year.
The Acoustic Guitar Club meets every Wednesday from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Student Center. The guitar club is designed for guitarists of all ability levels. It's a great place to meet and make connections with your fellow guitarists. You must provide your own acoustic guitar and have a great attitude. All acoustic instruments, not just guitars, are welcome.
This is an organization of Baptist students open to all in promoting Christian fellowship in college life. Formerly, Baptist Student Union, the club provides activities for worship, discussion, social life, witness and ministry. BSU provides free lunch at meetings on once a week in the Science Auditorium. All faiths are invited to attend.
The ECTC Biology Club is a student organization open to anyone who enjoys biology, nature, science, or health related fields. Involvement in this club offers many opportunities to the interested student. Come be involved and see where this club may take you. Opportunities may include student leadership roles, educational seminars, field trips, study tip workshops, entrance exam and application help, exciting speakers, community service and education, and many more. If you have an interest in biology, meeting new people, and having fun, this is definitely the club for you!
ECTC Chorus is a special interest organization for learning and recreation and is also a one-hour credit class that can be repeated for a total of 4 credits. Anyone who enjoys singing is welcome to join. Choristers sing music in a variety of styles. Each semester, the students participate in a Variety Show and a more formal concert. Practices are held twice a week.
The Workforce Solutions office, located in room 107 of the Central Regional Post-secondary Education Center, provides you and the community with high quality technical and soft skills training programs at a reasonable cost in an attempt to serve your lifelong learning needs. Classes change each semester, come by and pick up a schedule of our latest offerings at the Workforce Solutions Office.
If you like to write, then this club is for you! Students write in various genres, learn new techniques, read their work at events, workshop their original works, discuss publishing, and more. Meetings are usually the first and fourth Thursday of the month in the JSO building, room 120.
This club is open to anyone with a strong interest in technology. Meetings are Mondays at 1:30 p.m. in room 101A OTB.
The club sponsors a computer help desk for students, faculty, and staff on Mondays & Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. in room OTB101. ECT also offers some limited IT help with computers for students and teachers. For example, ECT can show students how to download office through their email and assist with virus removal. ECT can also troubleshoot other school related technology issues. As a helpdesk, the club is not allowed to change hardware or any devices on the actual machine.
The GSA: Common Ground organization, formed in 2004, welcomes all students, regardless of gender identity, gender preference, or gender status. The purpose of the GSA: Common Ground is to provide safe social, emotional, and educational support for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning (GLBTQ), and ally populations on campus and in the surrounding communities. The GSA: Common Ground also acts as an educational student organization to provide greater awareness of the issues that concern the members themselves, the university, and the surrounding communities. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. in the Student Center Conference Room (STC 104). Interested parties should check the group's Facebook page for details on the Friday meetings.
The Heartland Review features poetry, prose, creative nonfiction, art, and fiction. We have entertained submissions from across the country and internationally. ECTC students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members may submit original works. We also conduct the Annual Joy Bale Boone Poetry Prize.
The history club is for anyone interested in learning about, celebrating, and preserving history. This club meets every Wednesdays (except holidays) at 3:00 p.m. in JSO 121. More information and the group’s activities can be found on their Facebook page under ECTC Historical Society. Interested students can also email EL-HISTORICAL-SOCIETY@kctcs.edu
Intramural activities are encouraged for both full-time and part-time students. Sufficient interest by students and faculty in past years has led to participation in such events as beach volleyball, 3-on-3 basketball, chess, checkers, video gaming and flag football events.
The Kentucky Association of Nursing Students is a pre-professional organization for students currently enrolled in the Registered Nursing program or with a declared major of Associate Degree Nursing. KANS meets monthly.
The Kentucky Education Association Student Program (KEASP) is for teacher education students. Membership benefits include such things as subscriptions to professional journals, professional development opportunities, community service opportunities, scholarship opportunities, a $1 million professional liability policy, networking opportunities, and future discounts on full time teacher membership to KEA. The local joint ECTC/WKU chapter is very active at providing local professional development and community service opportunities to members.
The Philosophy Club is open to students interested in learning about philosophy or who want to philosophically discuss topics of interest. Meetings are on Tuesdays at 12:30 in JSO 121.
This is an International honor society specifically for two-year colleges dedicated to encourage scholarship, leadership and service. Membership is by invitation to students based on grade point average achieved on college work (3.5 Cumulative GPA after 12 college hours), character and citizenship. Phi Theta Kappa meets Wednesdays at 12:00 noon in room 112 of the Administration (ADM) building.
As a national post-secondary business organization for students with an interest in business, membership in Phi Beta Lambda:
The ECTC Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) meets on first Wednesday of each month at 2:00 pm in ATB 201N, and the third Tuesday of each month at 5:00 pm in ATB 156.
The Morrison Gallery Writers' Roundtable Poetry Series is open to all who want to read their own or someone else's poetry or just listen.
You can visit the Heartland Review Facebook page for dates and times! Readings are held in room 112 of the Administration building (ADM) at 6:00 p.m. and begin with an open mic session.
The primary purpose of the PNSC is to serve its members in the following ways:
This is an undergraduate student organization in psychology. This is a joint club with WKU. The requirements for membership are an interest in psychology (you do not have to be a psychology major), and a one-time membership fee of $10.00. The club will sponsor programs and activities during the school year on various topics promoting the field and encouraging career planning for psychology majors. Meeting times are always on Tuesdays at 1:00 and they are typically on the 3rd Tuesday of every month in Room 232 of the RPC building.
The Respiratory Care Club strives to promote the Respiratory Care Profession to include Lung health and wellness across the Elizabethtown Community & Technical College campus and into the local community.
Past activities have included screening the ECTC over 35 years of age population for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in conjunction with the National Drive4COPD Foundation, selling Yankee Candles & Pampered Chef items and offering free Blood Pressure and Pulse Oximetry Checks during Respiratory Care Week.
Current Activities include:
For more information you can visit our Respiratory Care Facebook page!
All levels of skill and fitness are welcome. Students meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30 outside of the Counseling Office.
SkillsUSA is a national organization of post-secondary and secondary students enrolled in technical education programs. The Night chapter meets twice a month, and the day chapter varies their times. Membership in the local chapter:
The Society for Human Resource Management welcomes students interested in this field and those planning for a career in this field. It is a nation wide organization and is considered a must for human resources professionals.
For the Spring 2016 semester, meetings are every Wednesday from 12 – 1 p.m. in ATB201N.
The Student Ambassadors serve as an official public relations unit for ECTC. They provide campus guests with tours as part of the Welcome Center. Ambassadors often travel “off-campus” visiting schools and civic clubs carrying the mission of ECTC into the community. They are also provided with leadership training. The selection process takes place each Spring in April and May for the following academic year. To become a student ambassador interested parties must complete the Student Ambassador Application and return it to JSO 127C. Particular emphasis is placed on speaking abilities, knowledge of the College and level of student involvement. Student Ambassadors must have a 3.0 grade point average to be eligible. A scholarship is awarded to each ambassador.
ECTC Student Government Association provides the means by which members of the student body as a whole may express concerns regarding student life and serves as a liaison between these same students and ECTC’s administration, faculty and staff. SGA supervises all affairs involving students in which the administration, faculty and staff are not directly involved, supports acceptable administrative policy, and promotes among students an active interest in college affairs.
ECTC SGA meetings are open to all students and are held at 3:00 p.m. EST every Wednesday during the semester. Meetings are located inside the Student Government Office on the first floor of the Student Center.
Students who are interested should read and complete the SGA Application.
TheStreet is the student supported official newspaper of ECTC. The Street is published at least 3 times per semester and is free on campus to all students, faculty, and staff. We are always looking for students to help write, take pictures, design, sell advertising, help with circulation, and edit. This is a club and also a course; it is called CMS142 and is a one-hour credit class that can be repeated for a total of 4 credits Join us on Monday nights at 6pm in LRC112 during Fall 2015. For Spring 2016, we will meet during the day on Tuesday & Thursday at 10:30 in LRC 112.