Glen Oaks is a member of the Michigan Community College AthleticAssociation (MCCAA) and the National Junior College Athletic Association(NJCAA).
Men’s Athletics: Basketball, baseball, cross country, and golf
Women’s Athletics: Basketball, softball, and cross country
Contact Athletic Director, Steve Proefrock, at 269-294-4216 forathletic information.
Phi Theta Kappa
International Honor Society for two-year community collegestudents.
Hallmarks for the society are scholarship, leadership, and service.
Students who maintain a 3.3 GPA, have completed 12 credit hoursover the 100 level, and are enrolled in at least 3 credit hours for thesemester are invited to become members.
Contact Kathy Hicks at 269-294-4234 or Chad Worthington at269-294-4279 for information.
Organized to achieve student input and to sponsor events to benefitstudents.
Consults with the college administration, may serve on college committees,and coordinates co-curricular and extra-curricular programs.
All students are welcome to participate.
Contact Barb Clouse or Cheryl Hayden in the Counseling Office at269-294-4246 for membership information.
Recreation and StudentActivities
Developed to sponsor recreational events and activities for thecampus and community.
All students are encouraged to participate.
Contact the Dean of Students at 269-294-4283 for furtherinformation.
Allied Health Club
Promotes the medical assisting profession by participating incollege life, modeling professionalism, and contributing to the health of thecommunity.
Develops technical, critical thinking, and networking skills forthe medical workplace.
Open to all current and former students of the GOCC MedicalAssistant program.
Contact Brenda Luczek at 269-294-4267 for more information.
Open to all current students with an interest in science.
Contact Jeff Hucko or Sarah Simmons at 269-294-4204 or 269-294-4205for membership information.
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The clubmeets on Mondays and Thursdays at noon on the con
ContactJustin Shepard at 269-294-4287 or
Open to all current students interested in vocal or instrumentalperformance.
The club meets on Tuesdays at noon in the Nora Hagen Theater andperforms at graduation, PTK Induction, holiday functions, vigils, nursinghomes, and college-sponsored events.
For more information, contact Lori Hatfield at 269-294-4286 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Ambassadors represent the college at various campus andcommunity events, serve on student panels, and guide campus tours.
Interested students must apply for the program and maintain a 3.0cumulative grade point average.
Contact Tonya Howden at 269-294-4249 or visit the StudentAmbassador link under the Current Students section of our web site for moreinformation.
Visual Arts Club
Open to all students with an interest in art.
Thestudent-run organization provides opportunities for artistic expression andpromotes the visual arts within the GOCC community and the larger service area.
Contact Michael Northrop at 269-294-4277 or