Student Groups & Clubs
We encourage students to participate in activities to build new relationships, to foster cooperation and responsibility, and to develop skills and interests. To get involved or to suggest new activities, stop by the Student Activities Office in the Student Center, Room 212A, call (402) 844-7159 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Some clubs, organizations, and activities have specific requirements; however, many are open to any interested full- or part-time student.
NECC Chapter of AAWCC
AAWCC (American Association for Women in Community Colleges) is an organization that encourages educational program development for women; supports women in leadership roles; promotes and offers workshops and presentations; cultivates fellowship among women; and disseminates information on courses, programs, and services for professional women.
American Institute of Graphic Arts
The American Institute of Graphic Arts is the professional association for design and is committed to advancing design as a professional craft. This association is for students preparing to enter the Graphic Design / Visual Communication Design profession.
For current and new shooters interested in archery and bow hunting.
Organized to unite members involved in art into a single body, to provide assistance to members on obtaining any Art related sources.
Audio & Recording Technology Club
A student organization affiliated with the Audio Engineering Society, Inc. This club was organized to promote active citizenship and volunteerism by conducting special projects that allow Audio Club members to learn through providing service activities that meet community needs. Promotes the development of professional attitudes among students preparing to enter the audio and recording profession. To interest capable men and women in audio and recording as a career.
Formed to teach the members more about the broadcast industry; to develop friendships among broadcast students; and to build leadership skills by giving students the responsibility to operate the club.
Building Construction Club
A student chapter of the National Association of Home Builders. Organized to promote active citizenship and volunteerism by conducting special projects that allow BC Club members to learn through providing service activities that meet community needs. To promote the development of professional attitudes among students preparing to enter the residential construction profession. To interest capable men and women in residential construction as a career.
Campus Crusade for Christ
Opportunities to study and discuss the Bible, worship, and spiritual growth.
Christian Student Fellowship
Wholesome activities, volunteerism, and opportunity for spiritual growth.
Computer Information Processing Club
Organized to stimulate student interest and activity in computers and to promote scholastic achievement among all students interested in computer information.
Criminal Justice Association
Organized to further the professional development of the criminal justice majors and minors and support the criminal justice system in campus and community activities.
Debate / Speech Club
A national speech honorary to promote forensics. Students have opportunity to participate in drama productions at NECC. The forensics squad enters several tournaments each year, participating in debate, extemporaneous speaking, oratory, persuasive speaking, and other events.
Diversified Ag Club
Organized for students interested in agriculture.
A chapter of the Nebraska Technical Drafting Society organized to foster the development of competent, aggressive leadership in the field of drafting technology. To encourage scholarship, social activities, and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice. To create a pride in our school and in our society. To further a higher standard of industrial ethics and culture and the civic and industrial welfare of the community. The drafting club has meetings in both Norfolk and the South Sioux City location.
Early Childhood Organization
Organized to unite members involved in early childhood into a single body, to provide assistance to members on obtaining any early childhood related sources.
Educates students on health and wellness issues.
Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning Club (HVAC)
Organized to unite members involved in air conditioning and refrigeration into a single body, to provide assistance to members on any air conditioning and refrigeration related subject.
Horticulture Club (Hort Club)
Organized to promote active citizenship and volunteerism by conducting special projects that allow Horticulture Club members to learn through providing service activities that meet community needs. To promote the development of professional attitudes among students preparing to enter the horticulture profession. To interest capable men and women in horticulture as a career.
International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP)
A national organization to assist career-oriented business students in developing a better understanding of office professions and the business world. To promote the development of professional attitudes among students preparing to enter the administrative assistant profession.
Organized to promote active citizenship and volunteerism by conducting special projects that allow NECC Lineworkers Club members to learn through providing service activities that meet community needs. To promote the development of professional attitudes among students preparing to enter the utility line profession. To interest capable men and women in utility line as a career.
Livestock Judging Team
Competes in intercollegiate judging contests throughout the year in Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Arizona, Kentucky, and Texas. Also assists with livestock contests held on campus and hosts an annual judging contest for 4-H members in the area.
Open to students who are actively interested in diversity and internationalism, and organized to develop leadership and service through the ideals of understanding and tolerance in a diverse community. To cultivate a diverse fellowship among students of NECC. To promote volunteerism by conducting special projects that allow Multicultural Club members to learn through providing service activities that meet community needs. To bring to light an increasingly diverse world and how it relates to all professions and disciplines.
This club is available on the Norfolk campus as well as the South Sioux City Education Center.
Northeast Area Jazz Ensemble
Northeast Jazz Machine
Northeast Singers Express
Ebony & Crimson
Nebraska Lutheran Campus Ministry-Norfolk (NeLCM)
Cultivating fellowship among NECC students and inviting them to experience worship, volunteerism, and mission.
New Beginnings Brown Bag Lunch
Support for single parents, single, pregnant women, displaced homemakers, and students enrolled in non-traditional programs to achieve training and career goals.
The Northeast Players is the college’s theatre group. At present, it presents a full-length play every spring semester. Productions have included everything from Shakespeare to Inge, from slapstick comedies to murder mysteries. In addition to the performing aspect, students are also introduced to the technical side of theatre, taking charge of crews for set construction, lights, sound, and the like. Tuition grants are available for students willing to become more involved.
Oyate Native Club
Promoting well-being, supporting educational goals, and encouraging prosperity through teaching Native American cultures and traditions.
Phi Beta Lambda
Students interested in business skills development.
Phi Theta Kappa
National two-year college scholastic honorary fraternity for full-time students who maintain 3.5 grade point average or above organized for the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of this college.
Physical Therapist Assistant Club
Organized to unite members involved in PTA into a single body, to provide assistance to members on obtaining any PTA related sources. Contact Tere Karella, (402) 844-7326.
A group for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Allied (LGBTQA) students, staff and faculty who provide education, support, and advocacy regarding sexual orientation and gender identity for the campus community.
The Viewpoint - The college newspaper, published by students.
Voices From Out of Nowhere - A collection of student drawings, creative writing, and photography, which is published yearly by students under the supervision of a faculty advisor.
Renewable Fuels Organization
Group for students entering the renewable fuels field.
Resident Assistants/Student Assistants
Campus housing residents who assist with the daily operations of the campus housing facilities.
Skills USA Club
An International student club for students interested in vocational skill development.
A club dedicated to promoting positive social interaction through student participation and sportsmanship in the game of soccer.
Student Activities Council (SAC)
Coordinate and implement activities including Monday Night @ the Movies and Wacky Wednesdays-FREE to students.
Students who promote Northeast through campus tours, recognition activities, and presentations.
Student Education Association (SEA)
Affiliated with the National Education Association (NEA) through the NEA Student Program (NEA-SP) and with the Nebraska State Education Association (NSEA). Organized for the promotion and development of professional attitudes among students preparing to enter the teaching profession. To interest capable men and women in a teaching career. To encourage a careful selective standard for persons admitted to approved programs of teacher education. To influence the conditions under which prospective educators are prepared.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Represents the student body through councils, committees, and activities, and by boosting student morale and voicing student concerns and opinions.
Student Nurses Association
A constituent of the Nebraska State Student Nurses' Association organized to assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality health care. To provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional interests and concerns. To aid in the development of the whole person, his/her professional role, and his/her responsibility for the health care of people in all walks of life.
Vet Tech Club
Organized to promote and represent the Vet Tech profession by being examples of top technicians, not only at meetings, but also in everyday life.
Wind Energy Club
For students interested in wind energy as a career.