Clubs & Activities

Art Club
The Art Club is a social organization for students planning an arts related career or otherwise are involved in the arts.  Proceeds from fundraising events are used to pay for trips to various art institutes.

Bay Area Campus Ministry-BACM
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.

Campus Activities Board
The Student Activities program at Bay College is a very important part of college life. Activities and events planned by the various Bay College clubs and organizations do much to supplement academic activities. 

Drama Club
The Drama Club, an on-campus theatre group, presents two plays each year and periodically sponsors special events and speakers.

Early Childhood Education
To promote professionalism in the Early Childhood Program and support the enrichment of children's lives.

Math/Science Club
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.

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
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.

The Model United Nations Club
The Model United Nations Club provides special opportunities for political science students and others to study and participate in the study of the United Nations.  Students travel to an inter-collegiate conference annually.  The club is normally active in the winter.

Travel Club
The Travel Club sponsors day, weekend, and longer travel trips to places such as Chicago, Toronto, Europe, etc

TRiO Club
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.

Student Nurses Association
The Student Nurses Association is for students enrolled in Bay's LPN and ADN programs.  This organization provides special programming for interested nursing students.

Water Tech Association
The Water Tech Association provides special programming and services for interested Water Technology students.

Volunteer Opportunities
Bay College offers opportunities for students to volunteer on campus and in the community.  Volunteering looks good on a resume and helps students to develop important skills for the workplace.