Immerse yourself in campus life - join a club and get involved.
Keep an eye out for details about the West Campus putt-putt tournament, discount movie tickets, and other future Club West events...
Club West is very active at West Campus and sponsors many activities. At the beginning of each semester, the club sponsors a "Welcome Back Fest" which includes food and music in the Ellipse. In September there is an I-Cubs outing, golfing and the popular Constitution Day events. October is Mental Health Awareness month and the club sponsors the speakers and events. For Halloween, West Campus has a costume contest and pumpkin pie feed. The holiday time is busy for Club West as they sponsor four families for Thanksgiving and for Christmas. In January, February and March the club sponsors outings to Sleepy Hollow for Skiing and tubing, Hockey and Basketball games at Wells Fargo arena and bowling. February is Black History Month and there are several opportunities for "lunch and learn" activities. When the weather gets warm in the spring, Club West sponsors a golf outing, sand volleyball, disk golf and a horseshoes tournament.
Club West meets the second and fourth Wednesdays at West Campus. For more information regarding Club West, please contact Club West Advisor Kayla Lucht at email@example.com or (515) 633-2452. We hope you enjoy our sponsored events!
QUALIFICATIONS TO SERVE ON THE COUNCIL
- Must be a Des Moines Area Community College student with a paid activity fee.
- Must be an West Campus student with a 2.3 cumulative grade point average, or a first semester West Campus student. If attending more than one DMACC campus, you are eligible to serve on the Student Activities Council where the majority of your classes are held.
- Must be carrying at least 4 semester hours of credit coursework fall and/or spring semester; 2 semester hours summer term.
- Must not be under disciplinary action.
Have fun! Get involved with Club West today!
Joe Hanson - (515) 248-7228
Bethany Sweeney, LGBTQAffinity@dmacc.edu
The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa shall be to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa shall provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
The PTK Beta Mu Tau chapter at West Campus meets monthly on Wednesdays (members receive details via email).