A group of Hutchinson Community College students that provide tours to prospective students and their families of our campus and facilities. They share personal experiences about their time here and answer questions about HutchCC and the community. This is a limited group selected by the Admission Office.
Working hard behind the scenes and getting little fanfare is the Hutchinson Community College Sports Medicine Department. This hard-working unit continually serves Blue Dragon student-athletes with the best of health care.
Hutchinson Commuity College is a member of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference and the National Junior College Athletic Association. Men's teams participate in football, basketball, baseball, cross country, track and field, and golf. Women's teams participate in basketball, volleyball, track and field, cross country, soccer, and softball.
The Hutchinson Community College Block and Bridle Club is open to all students who have an interest in the agriculture industry. Members have the opportunity to participate in activities, conferences, and meetings to further develop their leadership skills. This club also builds closer relationships among students pursuing some phase of agriculture and related fields.
This club is a service organization that provides service, leadership and fellowship opportunities for its members. Activities are aimed toward service to our community, college campus and worldwide. Circle K is part of the Kiwanis family.
Hutchinson Community College College Democrats is a student organization that promotes the principles of the Democratic Party. We aim to engage the HutchCC campus to grow a large, diverse, and closely connected political community and group of friends.
The Hutchinson Community College Collegiate Farm Bureau Chapter offers students the ability to enhance their leadership skills through experiences and opportunities to become agricultural leaders. Students engage in activities on campus in junction with the Reno County Farm Bureau to help promote agriculture in the community. This club is open to all students interested in agriculture and related fields.
The Hutchinson Community College Concert Chorale is the primary choral ensemble on campus. This ensemble is open to all students regardless of major. The HutchCC Concert Chorale performs a minimum of four major concerts on campus and several concerts throughout the region every year, as well as frequent invitations to perform on music convention programs.The repertoire performed by this dynamic group is quite varied, drawing from the great choral literature of all historical eras: chants, motets, spirituals, folk songs, masses, multi-cultural, and a large spectrum of languages from African dialects, Russian, German, Latin, French and Hebrew. The Concert Chorale takes a concert tour every year and receive frequent invitations to perform at national and international choral festivals and competitions.
These teams provide students with an opportunity to test their agronomic knowledge in a competitive setting while gaining valuable skills applicable to a career in agriculture. Experience is beneficial, but not necessary to qualify for these teams. Scholarships are available to suitable candidates.
This group was organized in 1929 to provide an honor society for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics and to provide a wider fellowship to those interested in college theatre.Membership in Delta Psi Omega is by invitation from the campus chapter, upon a student's having demonstrated a high standard of work in dramatics. Qualifications are based on both the national and local chapter constitutions.Delta Psi Omega members are expected to work throughout the year in community service projects, as well as to perform and promote college theatre productions.
This organization is open to students taking coursework in the Computer Support Specialist (IS) area. It focuses on computer activities (including LAN parties), participating in intercollegiate competitions through SkillsUSA, and promoting the Computer Support Specialist program.
A student-led organization intended to provide a safe, supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, straight and questioning (LGBTQ) students (or those who are perceived as such) and their straight allies.
The Hutchinson Community Colllege Honors Program provides academically talented students with an opportunity to enrich their educational experience through small class size, close faculty contact, research projects, and course work shared with other academically talented students.
This organization is the college version of Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Members of this club are paired with youth in the local school system in a mentoring relationship.
KNEA Future Teachers/Volunteers for ChildrenLargely a pre-professional group with service-learning for future teachers which allows practice in many aspects of teaching that would not be a part of classroom setting, such as sponsoring an event tailored to children. ANY STUDENT WITH ANY MAJOR may join as well because the group is volunteer-focused. Events include food collection for Reno County Children, Childrens Safety Fair and more.
Phi Theta Kappa is an honors society for students at two-year institutions. Members are encouraged to participate in local, regional, and national activities centered on leadership, service, fellowship, and scholarship. To join, students must have complete at least 12 credit hours at HutchCC, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5, and pay a membership fee.
The Res Hall Council is a required organization for Resident Assistants in the HutchCC Housing Department; The RA Council's main focus is managing their dormitory floor as well as planning and implementing social and educational programming.
SkillsUSA is an applied method of instruction for preparing America's high performance workers enrolled in public career and technical programs. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communication skills.
The Snapdragons Photography Club is a place where students with an interest in photography can meet to discuss photo ideas, new camera designs, freelance work and have fun with an occasional pizza party.We also have field trips to places like photo studios, art galleries, and to the Lake Afton Observatory, where we use the large telescope to photograph the moon and planets.
Any full-time student (carrying 12 hours) in good standing with a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher and making normal progress toward graduation may try out for a position as a member of the Spirit Squad. Students must try out for a position. Selection is made by the sponsors and a selection board. To remain eligible for the Spirit Squad once elected, members must meet the following requirements: Maintain a 2.5 cumulative grade point average and Maintain a 12-hour academic work load.
SGA participates in governing school activities, providing social activities, and representing the student body in student affairs issues with administration and faculty. For information about membership, refer to the Constitution of the HutchCC Student Government Association.
This is an annual volume devoted to the literary and visual arts and is sponsored by the English area. Students authored poems, essays, short stories and short plays, as well as student photography and visual arts, make up the contents. Student editors work faculty advisors to produce the publication.
Vocal Jazz at Hutchinson Community College has become one of the most exciting aspects of the choral music program. Its popularity among the students has prompted the expansion from one group in 1995 to three groups in 1996. Each vocal jazz ensemble accepts up to 12 vocalists through audition and is accompanied by a live instrument jazz combo. Auditions for these groups are open to anyone regardless of major. All members of a vocal jazz ensemble must be enrolled in the Concert Chorale.The repertoire performed by the vocal jazz ensemble includes a variety of jazz styles: standards, swing, Latin, ballads and bebop. Members are also expected to learn to improvise, "scat" and sing and prepare solos. These groups have numerous performance opportunities. In addition to performing on major on-campus concerts, they present the annual "Night of Vocal Jazz" concert, entertain for numerous functions in the region, and participate in jazz clinics and festivals. Besides tourig within the state, HutchCC vocal jazz ensembles hav e performed from Colorado to Texas and Florida.