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Student Clubs & Organizations

**NEW CLUB MEETING TIMES WILL BE UPDATED FALL SEMESTER 2019**

At Normandale Community College, we have Student Clubs and Student Organizations

Student Clubs offer ways to get involved and enhance your experience at Normandale. If you don't see the club you want to join, starting a club at Normandale is very simple. You only need 8 members to start a club on campus. Just remember that Student Life is available to help you throughout this process! If you are interested in joining a club or organization but have questions on how to get started, just contact Justin Martin, Director of Student Life for more information.

Student Organizations are key student groups at Normandale Community College that provide valuable services and benefits to the entire student body. Recognized Student Organizations endure from year to year. They are entitled to office space in the Kopp Student Center and receive funding from student life activity fees. Leaders may receive compensation and are advised by a professional staff or faculty member.

If you are a current club, click here to access the Student Life Club Handbook. 

Note for Honor Societies: Unless noted, please use the following club policies.

Just download the "How to Form a Student Club" document below for our process to get recognized. After reviewing this, fill out the Club Application and have your members fill out their participation waivers (both are attached below). All of the club paperwork can be submitted to the Zone in K1425 or to the Campus Events Assistant.

If you questions, please contact the Campus Events Assistant, Robyn Voges

How to Form a Student Club

Club Application

Participation Waiver

Student Clubs:

An updated club list will be available Fall 2019. 


Student Organizations:

Normandale Student Senate

Phone: 952-358-8125
President: Joshua Medley

Advisor: Pa Dao Yang, 952-358-9104

Normandale Student Senate is the official student governing body of Normandale Community College. We are dedicated to providing for, serving the interests of all NCC students, and standing in as the voice for the student body at large.  NCC Student Senate is part of the Minnesota State College Student Association (MSCSA), an organization that advocates for and provides leadership training for students attending 2-year colleges in Minnesota.

This representative body provides a student voice to campus administration and faculty as well as the governance function for the associated students at Normandale. Senate representatives sit as student members on numerous college committees. Governed by a constitution and by-laws, members of the Senate provide important and insightful communication with various segments of the campus community.

Student Senate meetings are held weekly during the semester on Tuesdays at 2pm in the Kopp Student Center, room K1450.

Visit the Student Senate website.

Normandale Program Board

Phone: 952-358-8658
Board President: TBD

Advisor: Justin Martin, 952-358-8179

NPB is the official student programming board, composed of a group of students who plan, design, and produce a balanced program of events: live musical concerts, films, video, comedians, variety events, dance series, ethnic festivals, theatre performances and lecture speakers. NPB is student initiated and facilitated. Their programming is presented campus-wide for the entertainment and education of the campus community. Paid and volunteer student staff comprise NPB.

Phi Theta Kappa

Phone: 952-358-8128
Chapter President: Bilan Arab

Advisors: Matt Dempsey, 952-358-8469; Justin Martin, 952-358-8179; Lisa Rude, 952-358-8688

Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society, recognizes and encourages scholarship among students in community colleges. Alpha Kappa Alpha, Normandale's chapter provides a variety of programs for the student body. Among these are programs that focus on their yearly honors topic, improving academic skills, building community among our diverse campus population, and providing hands-on opportunities to serve the campus and community.

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