Students

Clubs & Organizations

“The clubs and organizations at ICC gave me a chance to gain self-confidence, grow as a leader and provide community services. I’ve also made connections with students that reach beyond the classroom.”
– Megan Small

Get Involved at ICC

ICC has more than 40 student clubs and organizations to get involved in. Explore the opportunities that await you here at ICC and find what new opportunities await!

  • Common Interest
    • Agribusiness
      • Promotes student interest in agriculture and provides opportunities to use animal science skills. Assists in supporting and helping to improve the livestock judging teams of the college.

        For more information, contact Grant Grebner at (309) 694-8443 or Pete Fandel at (309) 694-5410.

    • Bass Fishing Club
      • Promotes the sport of bass fishing by having scrimmage tournaments and the possibility to compete against other schools all while making new friends.

        For more information, contact Tom Haner 694-5373.

    • Campus Activities Board (CAB)
      • Plans well-organized activities, events and programs, providing a fun, educational, cultural, diverse, engaging and entertaining experience.

        For more information, contact Abbie Alsene, Manager of Student Life, at (309) 694-5202.

    • CRU
      • CRU Helps spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations in an interdenominational ministry community, cooperating with millions of people from churches of many denominations and hundreds of other Christian organizations around the world.

        For more information, contact Renee Prunty at (309) 694-8536

    • College Democrats
      • Fosters the ideals of the Democratic Party and encourages students to actively participate in the political process by which our nation is governed.

    • Horticulture Club
      • Promotes the profession of horticulture and encourages learning through experience. Provides opportunities for interaction among club members, other students, educators, and professional horticulturists.

        For more information, contact Corinne Brown at (309) 694-8446 or Joel Rieker at (309) 694-8872.

    • International Club
      • International Club provides an understanding of foreign cultures, as well as creating life lasting friendships among fellow students.

        For more information contact Katelynn Bouslog at [email protected]

    • Phi Beta Lambda Business Organization (PBL)
      • Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is for students interested in business skills and leadership. As part of PBL nationwide, our chapter participates in state and national competitions, offers scholarships, and attends leadership conferences. PBL isn’t just another student group – it gives members that opportunity to learn, travel, and grow as a business professional. Employers are looking for students with cutting-edge skills. PBL gives members the chance to gain these skills and prepares them for the “real-world” after college. Set yourself apart from the average graduate!

        Advisors
        Scott Paulsen
        Raymond Kowalczyk

        For more information, email [email protected].

    • Rotaract
      • Rotaract International Logo Rotaract is Rotary for young adults. Rotary International, with 1.2 million members worldwide, is the parent organization to Rotaract. Both organizations put “Service Above Self,” both locally, through service projects in our area, and internationally, supporting clean water, literacy, and the eradication of polio throughout the world. As part of Rotary, Rotaractors also have the opportunity to network and socialize with members and clubs throughout the world. Our club also works locally with students from Methodist College, Midstate College, and UIS-Peoria.

        For more information, contact Scott Paulsen at (309) 694-5387, or email [email protected].

        Dues are $10 per academic year.

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    • Strike a Prose Club
      • The Strike a Prose creative writing club is a relaxed, friendly environment that provides both Students and non-Students with the opportunity to bring written works at any stage for brainstorming and advice. Whether it’s an unfinished poem, clunky prose, or a work in progress that just needs polishing; we are here to help you on your literary journey as you meet new friends along the way.

        For more information contact Jim Sullivan email [email protected] or (309) 694-5357

    • Student Association for the Environment (SAFE)
    • Student Government Association (SGA)
      • As the elected voice of the student body, the SGA promises to provide its strong leadership to all students and campus organizations in a united effort to create an environment where effective communication is the key to campus wide awareness of all student activities and concerns making it the cornerstone for the best possible college experience.

        For more information, contact Abbie Alsene, Manager of Student Life, at (309) 694-5202.

    • Understanding Individuality Through Education (UNITE)
      • The Purpose of UNITE is to provide a safe social atmosphere for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and allied (GLBTQA) people of Illinois Central College and the community incorporating nondiscrimination primarily on the basis of sexual orientation, but also race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, and military or veteran status.

    • Vagabond Art Club
      • Promotes, educations, and supports the Fine Arts.

        For more information, contact Anita Tuccillo at (309) 694-5489 or Megan Foster-Campbell at (309) 694-5165.

  • Faith Based
    • CRU
      • CRU Helps spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations in an interdenominational ministry community, cooperating with millions of people from churches of many denominations and hundreds of other Christian organizations around the world.

        For more information, contact Renee Prunty at (309) 694-8536

  • Health Careers
    • Pre-Health Club
      • As aspiring pre-health students, we are on a mission to foster the success of students toward their future in healthcare. The culminating goal is to help our community in whatever way we can, which not only includes healing but also volunteering and offering our time for great causes.

        For more information, contact Troy Halvorsen at (309) 694-5273.

    • Radiography Club
      • Promotes the profession of medical imaging and provides support for the educational and pre-professional pursuits of students.

        For more information, contact April Tatham at (309) 690-7541 or Lisa Arnett at (309) 690-7554.

    • Student American Dental Hygienists Association (SADHA)
      • Designed to cultivate, promote, and sustain the art and science of dental hygiene, to represent and safeguard the common interest of members of the profession, and to contribute toward the improvement of the health of the public.

        For more information, contact Lynn Mauer at (309) 690-6994.

    • Student Nursing at Illinois Central College (SNICC)
      • The Purpose of SNICC is to develop and implement opportunity for the 4 Hallmarks of Leadership, Scholarships, Service and Fellowship. These initiatives will be represented in the activities which SNICC will advertise, lead and support by lunch and learns, fundraising, community service projects, meetings , mentoring and being involved in the community.

        For more information, contact Rosemary Powers (309) 694-7563 or email [email protected]

    • Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
      • Promotes interest in occupational therapy. Provides communication and interaction with other students and professionals at state and national levels through involvement in the American Student Committee of the Occupational Therapy Association (ASCOTA).

        For more information, contact Lee Ann Hohstadt at (309) 690-7558 or Jennifer Haines at (309) 690-7550.

  • Honor Societies
    • Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society
      • The purpose of this organization shall be to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of nursing. Students in the RN or LPN to RN Completion Program with a GPA of 3.0 or higher must complete a leadership project and then may accept induction into the IOADN.

        For more information, contact Vera Yee at (309) 690-7569 or Desiree Axelson at (309) 690-7553.

    • Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
      • Phi Theta Kappa is the only internationally recognized scholastic honor society for community and junior college students. Membership is by invitation only and is based on scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service. Special transfer scholarships to four-year colleges and universities are available through Phi Theta Kappa.

        For detailed information, visit the National Phi Theta Kappa website

        For more information on ICC’s chapter, email [email protected]

        Visit the ICC store to fill out your application and dues.

    • Sigma Kappa Delta
      • Sigma Kappa Delta is an English Honor Society whose purpose is educational, literary and charitable. The society strives to recognize high achievement in English language and literature in two-year institutions of higher education; promote interest in literature and English language in the surrounding communities; and develop community among its members. The official motto of Sigma Kappa Delta uses the initials of and its ideals: Sincerity, Knowledge, Design.

        For more information, contact Rob Willett at (309) 694-8479.

  • Leadership Development
    • Student Government Association (SGA)
      • As the elected voice of the student body, the SGA promises to provide its strong leadership to all students and campus organizations in a united effort to create an environment where effective communication is the key to campus wide awareness of all student activities and concerns making it the cornerstone for the best possible college experience.

        For more information, contact Abbie Alsene, Manager of Student Life, at (309) 694-5202.

  • Program Specific
    • Agribusiness
      • Promotes student interest in agriculture and provides opportunities to use animal science skills. Assists in supporting and helping to improve the livestock judging teams of the college.

        For more information, contact Grant Grebner at (309) 694-8443 or Pete Fandel at (309) 694-5410.

    • Association of Mathematics, Engineering and Science Student
      • The purpose of the association is to promote quality understanding of mathematics, engineering and science in a social atmosphere.

        For more information, contact Steven Portscheller at (309) 694-8449 or Ken Mellendorf at (309) 694-5359.

    • Computer Information League – CompILe
      • The Computer Information League is dedicated to connecting Information Technology majors and those with interest through team projects and events.

        For more information, contact Rafeeq Al Hashemi (309) 694-5159 or email [email protected]

    • Diesel Power Equipment Technology (DPET)
      • Supports and assists students in the academic program and increases student opportunities to develop character confidence and other competencies in their work and as community leaders.

        For more information, contact Jeff Gardner at (309) 694-5582.

    • Horticulture Club
      • Promotes the profession of horticulture and encourages learning through experience. Provides opportunities for interaction among club members, other students, educators, and professional horticulturists.

        For more information, contact Corinne Brown at (309) 694-8446 or Joel Rieker at (309) 694-8872.

    • Phi Beta Lambda Business Organization (PBL)
      • Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is for students interested in business skills and leadership. As part of PBL nationwide, our chapter participates in state and national competitions, offers scholarships, and attends leadership conferences. PBL isn’t just another student group – it gives members that opportunity to learn, travel, and grow as a business professional. Employers are looking for students with cutting-edge skills. PBL gives members the chance to gain these skills and prepares them for the “real-world” after college. Set yourself apart from the average graduate!

        Advisors
        Scott Paulsen
        Raymond Kowalczyk

        For more information, email [email protected].

    • Sign Language Interpreters Growth and Networking Club (SIGN)
      • Promotes and raises public awareness of American Sign Language through study groups, workshops, field trips, silent weekends, athletic events, and various other events and functions.

    • SkillsUSA
      • SkillsUSA is a national organization serving 250,000 secondary and post-secondary students preparing for technology, trade, industrial and health occupations. The SkillsUSA Chapter at ICC will complement ICC training programs, including Graphic Arts and Diesel Powered Equipment Technology.

        For more information, contact Kim Hawthorne at (309) 694-5297.

    • Student Association for the Environment (SAFE)
    • Think Big Power Club
      • The purpose of this organization shall be to allow members to interact at a professional level within the Caterpillar industry. Furthermore, members will conduct club activities in the interest of college and community.

        For more information, contact Ron Albertsen at (309) 691-8808 or Mark Matthews at (309) 694-8521.

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