There are many opportunities for students to get involved at River Valley Community College. Students can join clubs, Student Government Association, participate in events, and even create their clubs! For more information about how to get involved on campus, contact Tara Strong today!


Opportunities for Students

Volunteer at the Claremont Campus Food Pantry or Community Garden!

We can always use help stocking the shelves on delivery days. Deliveries happen on the third Thursday of each month. The shipment arrives at around 1:00 pm. Email Tara to volunteer!

River Valley Community College’s  Student Success Newsletter

Check out the latest issue of The Current!

Student Government Association (SGA)

Attending Student Government Association (SGA) meetings is a great way to get involved on campus. All students are welcome to attend these meetings! The SGA is a student-led association that supports the RVCC student body by creating programs to meet the needs of students. Due to the efforts of SGA, students can request reimbursements for specialized materials required for courses, CPR certification, fitness memberships, and printing.

 

If you are a student that is looking for SGA reimbursement forms, here they are! Completed forms should be sent to Tara Strong.

SGA CPR Reimbursement Form

Specialized Materials or Supplies Reimbursement Form 

SGA Fitness Reimbursement Form 

Fitness Log

Student Clubs

River Valley boasts a variety of clubs for students to join. In addition, students may create their clubs if they would like to. Getting involved on campus is a great way to connect to the college community and develop friendships that last a lifetime. 

2022 active clubs at RVCC: The Massage Club, The Body Mechanics (PTA) Club, The I.V. League Nursing Club, RVCC Fitness Club, and the Gardening Club. Consider joining or starting a club today! Email Tara for more information.

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is the largest international honor society for two-year colleges. PTK recognizes and encourages scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. Invitations for membership are extended to associate degree students who have accumulated 12 credit hours here at RVCC, have achieved a 3.5 cumulative grade point average, and have demonstrated leadership and service.

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