Clubs and Activities
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Art Club is a group of students from Bay College drawn together by our passion for art and creativity.
The Bay Area Water Tech Association provides special programming and services for interested Water Technology students.
The BPA is the leading career technical student organization for students pursuing careers in business, business management, office administration, information technology, and other career related fields. BPA is an organization dedicated to contributing the preparation of a world class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills.
BACM is an ecumenical organization supported by a variety of Christian denominations, local churches and individuals. Its purpose is to encourage and provide resources and opportunities for students to grow in their faith journeys and to offer a witness to God's love for all. Activities include a free fellowship meal on Monday nights as supplied by area churches.
The purpose of this organization is to serve veterans, military members, and their families through several means, including providing camaraderie, sharing resources available to veterans, and providing information.
This group is for everyone interested in improving skills in their chosen field of study and competing at local, state, and national levels! Bay Skills works under Skills USA, serving teachers and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical, and skilled service occupations, including health occupations. For mote information regarding Skills USA, please visit www.skillsusa.org.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) plans a wide variety of activities for both the campus and the community. These include comedians, speakers, music acts, and special events, among others. CAB is student run and advised by the Director of Student Life.
Housed at West Campus, the Cultural Diversity Club sponsors campus activities including music, dance, panel discussions, films, the West Campus Martin Luther King Jr. Day Service Fair, and the ever popular potluck cultural dinners!
The Drama-Addicts, an on-campus theatre group, presents two plays each year and periodically sponsors special events, speakers, and special events.
This club is an opportunity that promotes professionalism in the Early Childhood Program and supports the enrichment of children's lives.
This organization is for Bay College students enrolled in or who have an interest in the EMT/Paramedic programs. Our emphasis is on Emergency Medical Services. This is a great way to meet others in this field of study and participate in fun activities as well!
Gaming Galaxy is a club for people who play, collect and enjoy video games. The main purpose of this club is for people with similar interests to meet new people and make new friends, all while enjoying the games we love!
The Math/Science Club's main purpose is for fun and student/faculty interaction. Club members participate in various activities are scheduled and designed by the members of the club.
PTK is the National Honor's Society for community college students. PTK provides academic growth programs and scholarships opportunities for Bay students who have earned a 3.2 GPA or higher.
Bay's P.R.I.D.E. is a student-run organization/group representing LGBTQ students, friends, and allies.
The purpose of Renegade Writers is to provide a safe and welcome environment where people who love writing can converse about it.
The Travel Club sponsors day, weekend, and longer travel trips to places such as Chicago, Toronto, Europe, etc
TRiO Club provides students the opportunity to get to know other students and to develop leadership skills through the planning of social, cultural, and community service activities for TRiO students and friends of TRiO. The club annually sponsors trips to cultural events and four-year campuses.
The Student Nurses Association is for students enrolled in Bay's LPN and ADN programs. This organization provides special programming for interested nursing students.