Joining a student organization at WCTC can help you to get the most out of your college experience by making professional contacts, meeting new people, making lifelong friends and learning more about your profession. Additionally, involvement in student organizations helps hone leadership, team building, decision-making, communication and problem-solving skills.
Many of WCTC's student organizations tie directly into a specific academic program area on campus. We also have several special interest organizations. Each organization has a staff or faculty advisor and student membership of 10 or more students. The Student Government Association provides financial support to the organizations through Student Activity Fees. Organization members identify all functions of their organization such as the constitution, programming, membership guidelines and participation in state and national activities.
- Architectural Club
- Barber Cosmetology Club
- BIT Connections Club
- Campus Crusade for Christ
- Delta Epsilon Chi (DECA)
- Dental Assisting Club
- Dental Hygiene Club (SADHA)
- Diversity Club
- Education Club
- Electronics Technology Club
- Gay/Straight Alliance (G.L.O.W. - Gay Lesbian or Whatever)
- Health Information Student Club
- Hospitality and Culinary Club
- Human Resource Management Club
- Interior Design Club
- Kappa Theta Rho (Law Enforcement Organization)
- Medical Assistants Club (MAC)
- National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)
- Nursing Club
- Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
- Surgical Technologists Club (SCRUB)
- Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA)
- Web Design Club
- Veterans Club
The purpose of the Architectural Club is to further the development and awareness of students in the workforce in the Architectural Drafting/ Construction Technology field.
Norman Menard - 262.691.5151
The Barber Cosmetology Club was created to enhance a student's education by providing experiential opportunities within the Barber/Cosmetology industry. Each student member is committed to moving the organization forward so students continue to have the opportunity to attend industry-related educational events.
The BIT Connections Club promotes WCTC students who are motivated to share and expand upon their information technology skills in a setting of which they can get involved and apply the skills from the classroom into the real world. The BIT Club members actively participate in service learning projects, emerging technology exploration, aspects of global business technology and professional development opportunities. This innovative club is part of the Business Information Technology department and welcomes any WCTC student interested in gaining additional knowledge, valuable real world experience and experience in the ever-changing world of information technology. The BIT Connections Club meets twice a month in the L Building and our meeting times are announced via Blackboard and WCTC Portal announcements. Please contact us to find out more!
Waukesha County Technical College’s CRU Club exists to introduce people to Christ and equip them to tell others about Jesus. Meetings are very informal, and everyone is welcome to stop in and join us any time.
- Enables students to understand what they believe and how to share those beliefs with others.
- Provides opportunities for students to serve their community, while strengthening their relationship with Christ.
- Creates a place on campus where students can spend time and develop relationships with other Christians.
Vicki Walterman, 262.691.5104
DECA is a student centered organization with a focus on preparing for careers in retail, sales, marketing, and business ownership.
The purpose of DECA is to serve its diverse international membership as a professional organization, providing leadership and career-oriented opportunities to develop and enhance tomorrow's leaders. DECA helps students make informed career choices by providing opportunities to explore fields as diverse as e-business/e-commerce, advertising, wholesaling, fashion/apparel, design, food/food service, advertising/ promotions, sports and entertainment, hospitality/ travel/ tourism, culinary arts, international marketing, business-to-business marketing and other management and marketing-oriented careers.
Students - Grow as a leader. Strengthen your job skills. Meet new friends. Build your resume. Invest in your future. Contribute to your local community.
Industry Professionals and Alumni - we need you your expertise for competitive events and special networking opportunities. Plan to hire your next successful employee from DECA. Please contact our local advisors for more information.
Experience the Benefits of DECA
- Leadership Development
- Vocational Understanding
- Civic Consciousness
- Social Intelligence
The object of the Dental Assisting Club is to advance the careers of dental assistants and to promote the dental-assisting profession in matters of education, legislation, credentialing, and professional activities that enhance the delivery of quality dental healthcare to the public.
Diane Turner - 262.691.5272
The purpose of SADHA is to assist students in realizing the importance of the Dental Hygienist's role in community service efforts and continuing education.
Heidi Schlei - 262.691.5272
Waukesha County Technical College’s Diversity Club has many devoted students who are passionate, interested in learning, and willing to educate not only the campus, but the community about the many cultures in today’s society. Everyone is welcome to join!
- To foster, promote and celebrate worldwide cultures that present themselves on the WCTC campus and in our local community.
- To serve as a medium for exchange between people who vary in age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, ideology and life experiences.
- Attendance the annual USHLI Conference in Chicago
- Hosting of Diversity Thanksgiving / holiday potluck meals
- Volunteerism at Richard’s Place
- Participation in the annual Children’s Holiday Party
- Sponsorship of families from Christmas Clearing Council
- Diversity Holiday potluck
- Donations to the Children’s Hospital toy drive
- Sales of chocolate covered strawberries and pretzels as a Valentine’s Day fundraiser
- Participation in DuTalk Conversations
To sign up for Diversity Club please visit the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) in Room C-012 or contact the Diversity Club.
The purpose of the Education Club is to promote the importance of education of all children and youth, early childhood through high school, within the WCTC community as well as the community at large. Education Club Members include both Early Childhood and Instructional Assistant Program Students.
The Electronics Technology Club provides a H.A.M.M. radio for anyone who wants to use it. Current club members help new members with projects. The club takes field trips related to the electronics industry.
Kurt Eckroth - 262.691.5573
The purpose of Waukesha County Technical College’s G.L.O.W. Club is to provide a safe and friendly environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and others questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender. Working with and providing a welcoming and educational environment for our WCTC and surrounding community is vital to G.L.O.W. Club’s success.
- Promotes a safe environment for discussions.
- Is a place to be who you truly are without fear of judgment.
- Promotes community involvement.
- Hosted campus-wide ally training session for students, faculty and staff
- Annual Halloween Costume Contest
- Crayon Canvas Art event
- “Shall not be Recognized” showcases same-sex couples and their stories
- AIDS Walk
- Participated in the annual Children’s Holiday Party
- Hosted Rob Smith – Guest speaker
- Staffed a Booth at Pridefest, Summerfest grounds
- Donated to the Children’s Hospital toy drive
- Attended the MBLGTACC Conference
- No-Name calling week
- Valentine’s Day rose sale
- Participated in DuTalk conversations
To sign up for G.L.O.W. Club please visit the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) in Room C-012 or contact the G.L.O.W. Club.
The Health Information Student Club promotes the health information management professions through service to the community and social interactions; offers members opportunities for leadership development; and creates peer relationships through the mentoring of fellow colleagues within the Health Information Technology and Medical Coding Specialist programs.
Angela Lee - 262.691.5113
The purpose of the Hospitality and Culinary Club is to promote professionalism among club members; develop and use club resources and talents to increase club member's knowledge of the Hospitality/Culinary Industry; and to improve human relations through club and industry interaction.
Jack Birren - 262.691.5590
The purpose of the Interior Design Club is to explore, gather, and share ideas through the achievements and goals set by the club. The Interior Design Club mission is to raise needed funds to offset costs for field trips, guest speaker honorariums, and offer funding for community service projects. The goal is to strive for teamwork, leadership, and camaraderie within our organization.
Brooks Kyler-Eberlein - 262.691.5307
The purpose of LEO is to increase awareness of police duties and responsibilities; to obtain education and training in law enforcement and procedures; and promote a cooperative learning environment with law enforcement agencies.
The Medical Assistant Club is an occupational student club formed to develop leadership skills, foster teamwork and citizenship, provide liaison between MA students and other campus organizations, promote occupational education, and develop community service and recreational, social, and cultural activities.
Linda Norton - 262.691.5394
The NTHS recognizes those students that have obtained a 3.0 GPA or above in a one or two year diploma program. This honor society promotes leadership, honesty, career development, and skilled workmanship. Students are rewarded for their achievements and encouraged to set Educational and Career goals.
Jonathan Pedraza - 262.691.5308
The purpose of the Nursing Club is to offer students enrolled in nursing an opportunity in which to find support, information, service and leadership opportunities, camaraderie and friendship.
PTK is the International honor Society of the Two Year College. Students are invited to join and attend the PTK Ceremony held during the fall semesters. WCTC PTK chapter is Alpha Rho Zeta.
Jonathan Pedraza - 262.691.5308
The Scrub Club strives to develop and increase social interaction skills of members by working together. This interaction can help develop a spirit of teamwork and collegiality between the members. The Scrub Club provides opportunities for field studies and educational experiences and encourages community involvement through contacts and donations to charitable organizations.
The purpose of TAGA is to establish and maintain an organized body of individuals who are dedicated to pursuing careers on the Graphic Arts and Printing field and to provide members with publishing opportunities through periodic publications of a student journal.
Dina Vees - 262.695.3432
The purpose of the Web Design Club is to establish and maintain an organized body of individuals who are dedicated to pursuing careers in the fields of Web Design and Web Development. The Web Design club provides students with an opportunity to learn new techniques and best practices in web design and offer a networking venue for students to learn from each other while increasing interest in the profession.
Waukesha County Technical College’s Veterans Club helps provide a social group for Veterans and supporters to help the awareness and success of Veterans adjustment to civilian and college life.
- Supports each other academically, physically, socially and psychologically.
- Helps veterans navigate through the benefit process.
- Supports, educates and informs the community along with the WCTC campus on veteran affairs.
- Demonstrates civic engagement on and off campus.
- Engages in activities, events and programs at WCTC.
- 3-on-3 Basketball tournament
- Dodge ball tournament
- Field of Flags
- Veterans Day
- Donated to the Children’s Hospital toy drive
- Participated in the annual Children’s Hospital Party
- 9/11 Remembrance Event
- Cup of Joe for a Joe
To sign up for Veterans Club please visit the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) in Room C-012 or contact the Veterans Club.