Listed below are all student clubs and organizations at RCGC.
To contact club advisors, you can click the name of the club or organization.
ACC plans fun activities and trips centered around how you can help animals in your community. Nothing is to small! All wildlife and pet enthusiasts welcome. Contact club advisor, Amanda Gahm, for more information.
The Bowling Club has formed! This new club meets at Brunswick Bowling Zone in Deptford to enjoy a few friendly games of bowling. For more information please contact Sarah Forsman, advisor is Jim Clarke
Do you love to dance? Dance Club is designed to allow students to express themselves through multiple styles of dance. Our mission is to perform for school events and help re-establish the performing arts! For more information please contact our advisor, Ken Rothfuss.
DECA is a Nation-wide collegiate club which allows students to develop and apply everyday business skills in a competitive environment. For more information please contact the Advisor, Diane Trace. Visit RCGC DECA on Facebook.
Diverse Voices is a club designed to build community and global consciousness. We strive to promote cultural awareness as well as opportunities to increase education about other cultures in the United and other countries. We meet on a monthly basis and it is our goal to offer all students a safe place, and a time to come together, hang relax and spend time each other. For more information please contact Advisor, YaVanca Brooks.
This club provides students an opportunity to share information and provide support for prospective, current and alumni students in the DMS program. They also develop awareness of the program through community involvement and provide scholarship opportunities for students. For more information about this club, please contact the Advisor, Laurie Rohrman.
Growth through Organizational Leadership Development (Gold) is a leadership club dedicated to improving leadership skills within each member through events and fundraisers to become leaders of tomorrow. If you would like more information please contact the Advisor, Jasmarie Arce.
The Gamers Guild will be playing varying video and table top games at their weekly meetings. Any level of experience is welcome! If you bring it they will play! For more information contact the Advisor, Jen Yager.
GSA is an Inclusive Club where members of the LGBTQ community and allies come together to discuss any matters affecting them and their peers. The club will also discuss any community involvement, outings, outreach, advocacy, and activism that may be of interest to the members of GSA. Interested students can contact the advisor, Erik Jervis.
Join us for inspirational music, videos, and time of reflection and sharing. Everyone is welcome! For more information, contact the Advisor, Carol Weinhardt.
This Club is designed to provide students access to the latest in Japanese entertainment, as well as providing a fun and friendly atmosphere for students to socialize and learn more about Japanese culture. JAG organizes Kotoricon, an annual anime convention used to raise money for charities. For more information on the JAG Club, please contact the Advisor, Susan Glenn or join us on Facebook.
A club where we share our love of flannel and pancakes while participating in related activities! For more information, contact co-advisors, Jennifer Hoxworth or Ryan Hoxworth.
Join fellow martial arts enthusiats for a club promoting appreciation for all martial art forms. Enjoy free, non contact, martial arts lessons for all students from beginner to advanced, with no previous martial arts experience required. Open to students from all martial arts systems and styles. Come in gym clothes or formal martial arts uniform- either is fine. For more information, contact advisor Joseph D'Argenio 6th Dan.
The purpose of Math Club is to serve as an academic resource for all students interested in and excited about mathematics, to engage in extra-curricular activities that promote the pursuit and appreciation of mathematics, to compete in national and international math competitions, to explore topics in math not typically seen in coursework, and to promote math awareness and interest on RCGC's campus. For more information, contact co-advisors, Jennifer Hoxworth or Ryan Hoxworth.
Who is invited? Anyone who can sing, play music, write songs or poetry, or is talented in recording. What is our objective? To network with fellow musicians, and to make music a priority on campus. You've heard about us, now see what we are up to on campus; join us for as much time as you have during our jam sessions! When do we meet? For more information contact Advisor, Jim Boeckle.
What is Nuclear Medicine Technology? It is a type of medical imaging that helps medical practitioners diagnose and treat body conditions and abnormalities by utilizing a small amount of radioactivity tagged to a pharmaceutical. Nuclear medicine technologists administer a wide range of these radiopharmaceuticals to patients and then monitor the characteristics and functions of tissues or organs in which the drugs localize. RCGC offers a two-year program in nuclear medicine! For more information please contact Advisor, Danielle Leshick.
This Club meets to discuss a variety of topics related to their field, and host guest speakers during the school year. For more information contact Advisor, Susan Purvin Esq or visit us on Facebook.
Love photography? Contact Advisor David Coates for more information.
The purpose of the PRE Club is to provide RCGC students an opportunity to explore professions associated with physical therapy, exercise science and other professions which promote physical well-being. For more information, please contact Advisor Timothy Schmitz.
A Club for all media makers of tomorrow. Interested in the world of sports broadcasting? The Athletic Media branch of the RTF club is for you! Contact Advisor David Coates for more information.
Are you interested in science? Then this is the club for you. We will perform fun scientific research, volunteer within our local community, host speakers, and go on science-related field trips. Not sure what to do with your science degree or how to get into a top rated university? Are you having trouble with your science classes? Form a study group with your friends from the science club! For more information please contact Advisor, Christina Nase.
Ready to sharpen your speaking abilities? Speakers Engaged is here to help you actively practice and utilize skills to enhance communication in personal and professional settings. There will be training sessions, special guest speakers, and fun games! Come out and get ready to unlock the best version of yourself!
Student Government Association is a great way to get involved in RCGC campus life and become a voice for the student body. Students in SGA share ideas and are part of a dynamic group of leaders! For more information please contact Advisor, Diane Hare, pick up a brochure in the SGA Office (College Center), or visit SGA on Facebook.
Participation in SNO allows future and currently enrolled nursing students to interact together and provide support for each other, the College and the Community. For more information please contact Advisor, Donna Hamlet.
SVA is an organization which student Veterans
from all over the United States participate in national conferences and
functions etc. SVA Officers from Rowan College at Gloucester County Chapter were
present for the most recent National Conference held in Coronado Springs. As we
continue to grow this chapter, we will update you with fun facts as we strive
to participate in 2020’s National Conference in Los Angeles, LA. All RCGC current, prospective or alumni students who have honorably served in the military (or are family members of someone who has or is still serving) are welcomed to join SVA. For more information please contact Advisor, Terri Germano
Teachers 2000 is associated with Educational Cohorts on Campus. T2K focuses on service, learning, and leadership within the context of education. For more information please contact Advisor, Kevin Kitchenman.
Dedicated to promoting social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences, Unified Sports joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team. It was inspired by a simple principle: training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding.
Join us for a snack and chat about science during our monthly cafe meetings! We will host science-themed movie nights, a speaker series, and many field trips. Through our community outreach programs, you will have the chance to inspire the next generation of scientists. Our goal is to create a supportive community of women interested in STEM fields. For more information please contact Advisor, Christina Nase.