The activity council coordinates and regulates all student activities on the Wenatchee campus with the approval of the student senate. The activity council, chaired by the ASWVC vice president, is composed of a representative from all organizations on the Wenatchee campus and approves student program scheduling at its weekly meeting. The Omak campus coordinates student activities through the events coordinator with the approval of the student senate.
Recognition as a Sponsored Student Program
In order to be officially recognized as participating members of WVC student programs, all organizations must be approved by the ASWVC activity council, the student senate, and the vice president of student development or designee. In addition, intercollegiate athletic programs must have the approval of the athletic director. To charter a new organization, contact the student programs office, (509) 682-6860 (Wenatchee campus) or (509) 422-7810 (Omak campus).
Officially recognized organizations are eligible to:
1. Use college facilities
2. Be included in student publications
3. Reserve activity dates on the official college calendar
4. Administer programs for the student senate
Clubs and Organizations
Student clubs and organizations provide excellent opportunities for social involvement. For more information, contact the student programs office (509) 682-6860 (Wenatchee campus) or (509) 422-7810 (Omak campus).
Agricultural Students Association (Wenatchee Campus) Promotes agricultural education and stewardship in our community.
Advisers: Leo Garcia, firstname.lastname@example.org; Francisco Sarmiento, email@example.com; Bob Gillespie, firstname.lastname@example.org
Arduino Club (Wenatchee Campus)
Advisor: Zack Jacobson, email@example.com
Campus Crusade for Christ (Wenatchee Campus) Shows people the love of Christ, gives them an opportunity to accept and build relationships with Him, and sends them out to share the good news.
Adviser: Rob Fitch, firstname.lastname@example.org
Computer Technology Club (Wenatchee Campus)
Adviser: David Burns,email@example.com
Criminal Justice Club (Omak Campus)
Advisor: David Lindeblad firstname.lastname@example.org
DECA (Wenatchee Campus)
Advisor: Jennifer Korfiatis, email@example.com
Gay-Straight Alliance (Wenatchee Campus) Offers a safe and supportive environment for individuals, both gay and straight, and helps open the minds of others by offering information and advocating diversity.
Adviser: Joara Minharo, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grappling Club (Wenatchee Campus)
Adviser: Zack Jacobson, email@example.com
Health and Wellness Club (Omak Campus)
Advisor: Vicki Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org
HepCat Swing Club (Wenatchee Campus) Provides opportunities to students and the community to enhance knowledge of swing and jazz music and dancing from the 1920s to 1950s. Beginners to advanced dancers welcome.
Adviser: Cheryl Fritz, email@example.com
International Club (Wenatchee Campus) Brings awareness of different peoples and cultures through activities, field trips and fundraisers.
Adviser: Dr. Stephen Berard, firstname.lastname@example.org
Knights of Justice
Advisor: Bob Smet, email@example.com
Knights of Music
Adviser: Juel Iwaasa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Knight Techs (formerly VICA) (Wenatchee Campus) Provides leadership and other skills opportunities to trade and occupational students.
Adviser: Blake Murray, email@example.com
MEChA Club (Wenatchee and Omak campuses) Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (Chicano Movement of Aztlan). Strives for educational, cultural, social and political representation of the Latino population.
WVC Adviser: Faviola Contreras, firstname.lastname@example.org
WVC-O Advisor: Becky Hightower, email@example.com
Medical Assistant Student Knights (MASK)(Wenatchee Campus) Enhances, assists and supports the academic and clinical success of each student currently enrolled in the medical assistant program. Encourages participation in local, state and national conferences. Helps build confidence in students as skills are developed.
Adviser: Jan Kaiser, firstname.lastname@example.org
Medieval Mayhem (Wenatchee Campus) Teaches students proper, safe and historical fencing and archery. Participates in medieval events, demonstrations, and arts and sciences activities.
Adviser: Kari Erickson, email@example.com
Phi Theta Kappa (Wenatchee and Omak Campus) Eta Rho chapter and Alpha Kappa Eta chapter of the national Phi Theta Kappa honor society encourages scholarship, leadership and service. Members are active at the local, state, regional, and international levels. Membership is open by invitation to students who carry at least 12 credit hours and have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher.
WVC Adviser: Dr. Dan Stephens, firstname.lastname@example.org
WVC-O Adviser: Kit Arbuckle, email@example.com
Publishing Club (Omak Campus) Offers all phases of reporting, writing, editing and publishing the monthly newspaper, North News. The newspaper features articles of interest to students and the community.
Adviser: Rick Gillespie, firstname.lastname@example.org
Radiant Knights (Wenatchee Campus) Encourages participation in state and national conferences in radiologic technology. Club activities provide the opportunity to visit healthcare facilities and enlist speakers pertinent to healthcare.
Activities Adviser: Shelly Zimmerman, email@example.com
Red Road Association (Omak Campus) Focuses on local and national Native American awareness. Also works to dispel myths of the general population about Native Americans and to bridge the gap in communication between communities.
Adviser: Livia Millard, firstname.lastname@example.org
Refrigeration/Electronics Club (Wenatchee Campus)
Adviser: Greg Jourdan, email@example.com
Science Club (Wenatchee and Omak campuses) Learns about science through field trips, activities and discussions outside of the classroom and lab.
Student Arts Association (Wenatchee Campus) Provides art related activities, events and other art functions appropriate to student learning. Incorporates learning, planning and money-raising projects to meet specific goals set by the organization.
Adviser: Scott Bailey, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Nurses of North Campus (Omak Campus) Enhances academic interest in the health field by providing opportunities for interaction between students outside the classroom. Provides educational opportunities through activities such as public health teaching, exposure to other facilities and practice settings, and other enrichment activities.
Advisor: Anne Coghlan, email@example.com
Student Nurses of Wenatchee (Wenatchee Campus) Provides an opportunity for students to become better acquainted with their roles as future professional nurses, while contributing to the quality of student life. Also enhances academic interest in the health field by providing guest speakers, public health teaching, out-of-town hospital tours and associated activities with the state and national nursing associations.
WVC Adviser: Jenny Capelo, firstname.lastname@example.org