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Big Bend Student Clubs and Communities

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The mission of the BBCC Student Clubs and Communities is to complement the college’s academic programs and enhance the overall educational experiences of students through the development of, exposure to, and participation in social, cultural, multicultural, intellectual, recreational, community service, and campus leadership programs.

Campus Clubs and Communities provide environments in which students and student organizations are afforded opportunities and are offered assistance to:

  • Participate in co-curricular activities
  • Develop healthy interpersonal relationships and use leisure time productively
  • Explore activities in individual and group settings for self-understanding and growth
  • Learn about varied cultures and experiences; ideas and issues; art and musical forums; and styles of life

BBCC has a variety of Clubs and Communities available, this is the time to get involved! If you don’t see one that strikes your interest, talk to us about starting something new!


What is a “Club” and What is a “Community?”

These groups can … CLUBS COMMUNITIES
Use BBCC facilities X X
Use BBCC name & logos X X
Post flyers/adverts on campus X X
Hold events on campus X X
Travel as a BBCC organization X  
Raise funds X  
Apply for S&A funding X  

If your group is looking for a space to meet up on a casual basis, with no need or intention of utilizing the benefits of a club, setting up a community may work best for you. Please review the 2019-20 Club & Community Handbook to find more details on the differences between Clubs and Communities.



Welding Club Shawn McDaniel793-2262

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