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Enhance your college experience by becoming an active part of KPC's student life. Join a club that suits your interests. Don't see one that jumps out at you? Start your own!
Campus clubs are formed to provide opportunities for students with various interests to come together to discuss and share information in different academic disciplines and career fields and promote a sense of community, solidarity, and support for each other through various means. Students in KPC clubs share in a common interest and use the club as a vehicle to come together and promote those interests.
|KRC Psychology Club||Dr. Paul Landenemail@example.com; 262-0394|
|KRC Game Appreciation Club||Rob Lewisfirstname.lastname@example.org; 262-0214|
|KRC Art Students' League Association||Cam Choyemail@example.com; 262-0274|
|KPC Paramedic Association||Paul Perryfirstname.lastname@example.org; 262-0378|
|Tiffani Perryemail@example.com; 262-0378|
|Phi Theta Kappa - KRC||Diane Taylorfirstname.lastname@example.org; 262-0338|
|Beta Delta Eta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa - KBC||Kim Frostemail@example.com; 235-0658|
In order for a campus club to be formed, a formal process must be completed through the KRC Student Union. The recognition of a campus club extends to them the privilege of identification with KPC/UAA and the use of institutional facilities. Recognition of a campus club does not mean that KPC/UAA supports or adheres to the views held or to positions taken by the club. Responsibility for any actions which violate federal, state or local laws must be assumed by the club itself.
If you are interested in learning more about any of our clubs or want to start a new one, please call the KRC Student Union at 262-0339.