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James Sprunt Community College operates an “Open Door” admissions policy that does not impose restrictive standards for admissions and is open to all those 18 or older or whose high school class has graduated.

Student Organizations

Student Government Association

One of the most active organizations on campus, it is designed to promote the general welfare of the College in a democratic fashion and to facilitate communication between the student body, the faculty, staff and the administration.

The student body elects a president, vice president, and secretary in the spring semester of each year. A senate of representatives from each program of study is elected in the fall to serve with the executive leadership. All students who have paid the student activity fee are members of the SGA. Contact: 910-296-2507. Email: /student-organizations.

For a complete list of SGA activities please review the 2013-2014 SGA Calendar of Events.

Phi Theta Kappa

The official honor society of America's two-year colleges. To be eligible for this honor, a student must have completed at least 12 hours of course work toward an associate degree, have a GPA of at least 3.5, have established a record of academic excellence, be of good moral character and possess qualities of good citizenship. Letter from the President of Beta Epsilon Chi.

Scholarly Men of Success Academy

This organization provides awareness of health issues that are important to this population during the funding period, a weekly seminar to be taught by JSCC faculty and staff which will include the following topics: learning styles, goal setting, time management, career planning, diversity, budgeting, note and test taking, reading for understanding and study skills, career and educational mentoring through opportunities to shadow successful minority male college students, specialized supportive counseling and activities that increase their chances for completing higher education and obtaining a degree, financial aid, grant, and scholarship information. Contact 910-296-1011.

Program Objectives:

  • Provide awareness of health issues that are important to this population during the funding period.
  • Provide a weekly seminar to be taught by JSCC faculty and staff which will include the following topics: learning styles, goal setting, time management, career planning, diversity, budgeting, note and test taking, reading for understanding and study skills.
  • Provide career and educational mentoring through opportunities to shadow successful minority male college students
  • Provide specialized supportive counseling and activities that increase their chances for completing higher education and obtaining a degree.
  • Provide financial aid, grant, and scholarship information.

Ambassador Program

Purpose:
An honorary group of students who have been nominated by faculty and staff to represent the college at special events on campus and in the community.

Program Description:
Five to ten students representing a diversity of areas of the college and a variety of career goals and experiences will be selected to represent the college. In their nomination by faculty/staff, grade point average, leadership potential and communication skills will be considered. Length of service will be one year with the option to renew for the second year with the Ambassador Advisor's approval.

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