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Student Clubs & Organizations

Want to get involved on campus? We're just a phone call or email away. The Student Leadership and Events Office is located in Building K, and is open Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Phone: Contact us at (803) 981-7052 or

Additional contact information for Club and Organization Advisors are listed below. Please scroll down and click the advisor's name for the group you would like to inquire.

Universal StudiesHandbook for Student Clubs & Organizations

Aperion Society (Science Club)

This is a science club. It is open to all students who enjoy different aspects of science, regardless of the student's major field of concentration. The club sponsors activities such as speakers, nature hikes, and group outings.
Advisor: Temporarily Inactive

Christian Fellowship Club

An interdenominational fellowship open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Advisor: Renata Sims
Christian Fellowship Handout

Multicultural Club

This is an organization to promote good-will and understanding, to develop character, and to cultivate friendship among students of the college.  
Advisors: Alyssa Collins
Multicultural Club Handout

Literary Arts Club

This organization strives to aid participants in the research and comprehension of literary works, to encourage library understanding in the college community, and to build leadership and interpersonal skills. 
Advisor: Jennifer Roberts and Cari Potts
Literary Arts Club Handout

National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)

The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) is the nation’s largest leadership honor society and collegiate leadership development program. Students must have a minimum overall GPA of 2.7 to be invited for membership. NSLS differentiates itself from traditional honor societies in that students must complete a step-by-step leadership development program in order to become inducted. The curriculum offers students the opportunity to develop many in-demand skills such as leadership, communication, and team building.
Advisor: Jennifer Roberts
NSLS Handout

Phi Beta Lambda (Future Business Leaders of America)

PBL is a postsecondary professional business organization open to any student who has an interest in business, regardless of the student's major field of concentration. Phi Beta Lambda's purpose is to bring business, education, and the community together in a positive working relationship in order to build leadership qualities in students. PBL is affiliated on a state and national level, allowing students to meet and compete with other students from across the state and nation, as well as to participate in many productive workshops and competitive events. 
Advisors: Davelle Davis
Phi Beta Lambda Handout

Phi Theta Kappa (International Honor Society) 

This is an international honor society for junior colleges. Its purpose is to recognize academic excellence, and to encourage leadership and service among students. Alpha Alpha Iota is the York Technical College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. To be eligible for active membership, a student must be enrolled in an associate degree program, and must have completed 12 semester hours toward the degree with a cumulative grade-point ratio of not less than 3.5. 
Advisor: Heather Eddy
Phi Theta Kappa Handout

Surgical Technology Club (SCRUB Club) 

Membership is open to regularly enrolled students at York Technical College in the associate degree program and those on the waiting list in the general technology holding code. The purpose of the SCRUB Club is to promote an atmosphere conductive to optimum learning, to foster the professional development of surgical technology students, and to provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate teamwork through participation in the community interest project selected by each class. 
Advisor: Sandra Farley
Surgical Technology Club Handout

Fitness Club (YTC Fit)

The members of the York Technical College Fitness Club associate all current and future members to bring together students, faculty, and staff interested in activities that lead to improved physical fitness for the improvement of overall health – physical, mental, and emotional. 
Advisor: Tracy Hudson
Fitness Club Handout