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Get Involved! UACCB Organizations

UACCB has several student organizations including clubs which volunteer in the community, participate in leadership development, and conduct social, educational, and recreational activities. These organizations offer leadership opportunities, networking, professional experience, and lasting friendships.

The Baptist Collegiate Ministry at UACCB has an open membership for any student enrolled in the College. Meetings and activities encourage student fellowship and help students develop leadership skills.

CKI is a service organization through which college students can find a means of responsible student actions in their communities and a more active involvement in the life of their campus. Circle K is sponsored by the Batesville Kiwanis Club and is open to all students.

The purpose and function of this organization shall be to raise funds and educate the public, participate in local charities and provide a means of student engagement for cosmetology students in college activities.

The Creative Writing Club allows people to express their creative writing abilities in a comfortable peer setting, to actively work on creative writing skills, and to produce an annual periodical publication of members’ works. Students and alumni who have passed Composition English I with a C or better are eligible for membership.

The eSports and More allows students to play video games at the competitive level and attend tournaments as well as unite students of similar interests. This includes: video games, trading card games, tabletop games such as Dungeons & Dragons, and anime. This is a free social organization so students and former students can freely express themselves. Students are to come when their studies are finished.

The purpose of UACCB FFA Alumni is to support and promote the FFA, FFA activities and agricultural education on local, state and national levels; to provide engagement opportunities to former FFA members and supporters of FFA and agricultural education; to promote greater knowledge of the agricultural industry and support education in agriculture; to cooperate with the local FFA chapter, in addition to the state and national FFA associations; to promote and maintain an appreciation of the American free enterprise system, and to promote the personal development aspect of FFA.

The Multicultural Student Association fosters and educates the campus community regarding the culture of historically underrepresented students. The MSA encourages scholarship and the development of leadership skills. Membership is open to all students with an interest in and appreciation for diverse cultures.

The purpose and function of this organization shall be to identify the needs of the nontraditional students and to provide a means by with these needs are addressed.

Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages excellence. The primary goals are to promote leadership and service among students. This is a primary honor society for two-year students.

The purpose of The Renaissance Club is to enrich and educate the community and students in the North Central Arkansas area, provide entertainment and educational activities via historical reenactments, demonstrations, workshops, and to maintain a family-friendly atmosphere at all times.

The Student Government Association at UACCB is established in an effort to effectively represent the interests and the opinions of the Student Body on matters that affect our lives, to promote projects beneficial to the Student Body, and to serve as an official voice of the Student Body on matters of policy and implementation.

The purpose of this organization is to provide a forum for students and selected community members to share their vocal talents with their peers and community in a professional venue. Students who have taken Choral Singing I or II and have completed the course(s) with a grade of “C” or better shall remain members of the UACCB Choral Singers.

Contact Info

If you have questions concerning student activities, events or organizations, contact the office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at 870-612-2040. Student organizations listed on this page currently have an active membership or have had a previous active membership. 

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