Jul 16, 2024  
2023-2024 Student Handbook 
2023-2024 Student Handbook

Student Life & Engagement

ACC Ambassadors

The ACC Ambassadors are a group of exemplary students who serve as representatives of the College on and off campus. This program began in 1987 and was the first in the state. ACC Ambassadors develop leadership skills by hosting activities, assisting with campus tours; and sharing their personal experiences as leaders, students, and recipients of financial assistance. Ambassadors also conduct the annual Alumni and Friends Giving Campaign. In return for these services, ACC Ambassadors receive a stipend.

Nominations of Ambassadors are accepted in the spring, followed by selection interviews in July. For more information about serving as an Ambassador, contact the ACC Foundation at 336-506-4102.

Student Life and Engagement

The Student Life and Engagement office partners with the college and community to foster an environment for students to network, create meaningful relationships, and explore interests while developing an appreciation for the campus community. Opportunities complement the academic program of studies and enhance students’ overall educational experience by the development of, exposure to, and participation in intellectual, cultural, student leadership/ advisory, social, and recreational programs.

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA) serves as the student’s voice at Alamance Community College is committed to student self-governance and acts as the liaison between students and college administration. The SGA is comprised of the Executive Board, Clubs and Organizations, and the General Student Body. All students are invited to participate in the monthly SGA meetings to propose and discuss college initiatives.

Elections are held each year to appoint representatives to the SGA Executive Board which seeks creative minds, leadership skills, and teamwork. All students are urged to get involved and explore the roles and responsibilities of the SGA leadership team’s opportunities.

Executive Board Positions

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Senators

Campus Activities

The Office of Student Life and Engagement provides campus activities that offer broad, diverse programming in social, cultural, and recreational areas that offer experiences outside the classroom by meeting the campus community’s needs.

Clubs and Organizations

The Office of Student Life and Engagement supports college-sponsored clubs and organizations. The Student Government Association officially recognizes all clubs and organizations annually; these groups work closely with SGA to provide student leadership opportunities and campus engagement.

In the previous two academic years, the recognized organizations were:

  • Aikido Club
  • Automotive Club
  • Biotechnology Club
  • Chess Club
  • Criminal Justice Club
  • CODA Arms
  • Culinary Team
  • Dental Assisting Club
  • Flora-Horticulture Club
  • History Club
  • IT Club
  • Martial Arts Club
  • Math and Physics Club
  • Medical Assisting Club
  • Mock Trial Team
  • Music and Drama Club
  • Nursing Club
  • Phi Theta Kappa
  • Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Club
  • Rotoract Club
  • Sigma Delta Mu
  • Sigma Psi
  • Solimod Club
  • Spanish Club
  • Sustainable Environment Club
  • Veterans Association Club
  • Visual Arts Club

For a complete list of current clubs and organizations, visit Clubs & Organizations at www.alamancecc.edu/campus-life-and-student-activities-site/

Student Activity Center

ACC’s Student Activity Center provides space for students to study, relax and enjoy. Plug-in capabilities, wireless access, and multipurpose space are available for student use.

Fundraising on Campus

The Coordinator of Student Activities must approve all on-campus student fundraising projects initiated by SGA and student organizations. Student clubs and organizations must submit a written proposal two weeks before the initiation of the proposed project. For more information, contact the Coordinator of Student Activities. Campus fundraising is encouraged to help support clubs and organizations.

Off-Campus Student Activities

The SGA Executive Board must approve all off-campus student activities sponsored by any ACC club and organization. Requests should be submitted at least two weeks before the event. To be approved, the event must be sponsored by a recognized club and organization and have a faculty/staff advisor present to oversee the event. No alcoholic beverages shall be allowed at any student activity authorized by the college. Any recognized club and organization that violates this policy may have its recognition revoked or restricted by the college pending review under the Student Code of Conduct.

Student Publications

The Vice President of Student Success or their designee must approve all student publications. Students interested in the publication of materials designed for college use should contact the Vice President of Student Success for more information.