As the face of Gainesville State College, the GSC Ambassadors seek to provide an enriching and positive experience of the college to prospective students, their families, and guests in conjuncture with the Office of Admissions by giving campus tours.
|The Anime Club's purpose is to promote an interest in and appreciation of anime (Japanese animation) through viewing anime films and television series and through discussion sessions. |
The mission of the art club is to provide students an opportunity to share in their appreciation for the arts and to expose and educate on campus and in surrounding community the importance and relevance of the arts. Members will learn to be more aware of the visual world through discussions, on-caompus projects, and visits to local galleries.
The Asian Student Association is dedicated to exposing the GSC community to Asian culture, sharing culural events, and fostering comraderie among students from Asian and other cultures.
|To be a redemptive community that builds relationships in Jesus Christ and gives opportunities for community outreach.|
|The BCM helps students with effective life management, character development, and leadership training. The BCM is open to all students and encourages faith development through realtionship building and service to the campus, community, and the world.||Website|
The mission of the Black Student Association is to promote unity among Black students,, knowledge and awareness of the Black experience to the GSC community, and to encourage the empowerment of Black students at Gainesville State College.
The purpose of the Gainesville State College Brass Ensemble is to provide an environment for the students to mature and develop as musicians on their respective instruments. The Brass Ensemble offers opportunities for the students to participate in specialty chamber groups in order to nurture the skills that contribute to a unified whole. These include full Brass Ensemble, Brass Quintet, Trumpet Ensemble, Horn Choir, Trombone Choir, and Tube ensembles. The Brass Ensemble strives to enrich the college and surrounding comimunity through performances which contribute towards building pride, teamwork, dedication, and personal responsibility.
The Campus Activities Board strives to bring cultural, educational, and entertaining activities and events to campus for all students to enjoy!
Campus Crusade for Christ is an interdenominational
Christian club organized to provide encouragement,outreach, Christian fellowship, witness and friendship to students.
To further appreciation of Chemistry among the GSC campus and community.
Starting on 8/22/12, the Chess Club will resume its weekly meetings each Wednesday from 12 to 1:10 p.m. in the Loyd Strickland Building’s Room 192. Everyone is invited to come play chess. If you don’t know how to play, we’ll teach you. Everyone is welcome as we have folks playing the game at a wide variety of skills levels. The main goals of the group are to teach students how to play chess, improve their chess skills, and enjoy the game in a friendly setting with other students.
The Chestatee Review is Gainesville State College's prestigious literary and art magazine. Published annually in the spring, the award-winning Chestatee Review features a myriad of superb student work, including poetry, short stories, plays, essays, and art. In addition to the publication of student work, several literary events and workshops are organized, funded, and hosted by The Chestatee Review. Students who participate as staff members not only receive course credit, they also learn valuable skills in marketing, event planning, editing, graphic design, writing, collaboration, and communication.
The CHILD Club's name stands for Collaborative Educators Helping Individuals/Families/& Communities Learn and Develop. They are dedicated to promoting educational, social, and service learning opportunities for GSC students interested in the healthy development of children, families, and communities throughout all stages of life. The club will provide informational meetings and opportunities for group projects, activities and service learning on the college campus and in the local community.
To present choral artistry of the highest level to the GSC community and to increase awareness and enjoyment of choral music in society.
The Gainesville State College Second Amendment Club was founded to stimulate an active interest promoting responsible firearm ownership, firearms safety, self-defense, enhance shooting skills, and knowledge of national and local gun laws.
The mission of The Compass is to produce high-quality content that is timely, relevant and engaging to the students, faculty and staff of Gainesville State College Oakwood campus and to allow newspaper staff members a place to grow and work within a team environment.
Cosplay (costume play)club is for students who love dressing as their favorite characters from movies, video games, comics, Anime, and/or TV shows for conventions. We have useful tutorials for making props and costume pieces.
The mission of this club is to produce high-quality content that is timely, relevant, and engaging to the students, faculty, and staff and the citizens of North Georgia, and to allow radio staff members, studio producers, and content creators a place to grow and work in a team environment.
The purpose of the GSC Debate Club is to provide GSC students with the opportunity to participate in both on-campus audience debates, and, when feasible, intercollegiate debate and public speaking competitions. The benefits of these activities include improved marks in school, improved research skills, improved communication skills, and improved critical thinking skills. The mission of this club is to serve as many GSC students as possible through exposure to a diversity of debate, public speaking, and performance opportunities, both as observers and as participants.
The Diplomats for Diversity’s mission is to engage students in facilitated dialogues and college-wide and community events concerning topics of diversity and social justice, in hopes that an awareness, appreciation, and understanding of diversity is internalized. A major goal for this year is to help to merge cultures and people from North Georgia College and State University and Gainesville State College.
The mission of the Education Club is to inform members of the need for teachers, to make information for education majors readily available , and to encourage members to actively serve children in the community's schools and abroad through networking and organizing events.
To promote the engineering profession at GSC through social and professional student activites.
This club is for any student interested in learning more about disabilities and advocating for students with disabilities.
The GSC Fencing Club promotes and teaches the sport of fencing to all interested students, faculty, and staff regardless of skill level.
To promote enjoyment of film as an art form; to offer an environment in which film fans and film makers can interact and pursue their interests together.
To provide opportunities through the student personal trainers for exercise.
To allow students to discuss current issues in the health field, obtain information about Health related careers, meet other students with similar career choices and perform community service.
|Promoting the sport of Quidditch and inspiring young people to lead physically active and socially engaged lives.|
|We rehearse and perform music for large and very small ensembles in a wide variety of styles from the 16th century to the present. In the process, we develop our musical and instrumental knowledge, skill, sensitivity, and awareness so as to become better performers and someday teachers, as well. In rehearsal we learn teamwork and in performance we learn confidence and poise in front of groups large and small. In addition we travel to Atlanta, Athens, and Augusta to hear and see live performances of some of the best string players in the world. Throughout all of these activities we share fun and fellowship with kindred spirits. |