Our Mission & Vision
It is our mission to foster a dynamic environment in which students are the central focus and are provided the opportunity to become engaged throughout their SWIC experience. College Activities strives to enrich a student’s development in the areas of social engagement, community responsibility, diversity, leadership and personal and professional development through a broad range of programs and services.
We envision a vibrant campus life that provides opportunities for all students to engage through social and recreational activities through clubs and organizations, and a coordinated schedule of College Activities sponsored cultural, educational, social and service-focused programming.
College Activities is always interested in working with staff and faculty to bring quality programs and speakers to our campuses. Ideas are welcomed and encouraged. Contact the College Activities Office to find out more.
Student Clubs and Organizations
College Activities is the hub for student clubs and organizations. Learn all about the active clubs and organizations on campus at the Club Fair each fall and spring semester. Clubs’ and organizations’ contact lists and meeting times are available in the College Activities Office.
Can’t find a club or organization you are interested in? Ask us for information on how to start a new club.
College Activities coordinates various programs to support college recruitment efforts and provide opportunities for personal and professional development for our students.
Lifetime Leader Program: Student leadership development program free to any student enrolled in at least one (1) credit hour.
Students of Commitment Program: Career-ready development program free to any student enrolled in at least one (1) credit hour.
Platinum Chef High School Cooking Competition: In partnership with the SWIC Culinary Arts Program, Regional Office of Education/Red Bud Campus and Madison County Career and Technical Education Center/Sam Wolf Granite City Campus.
Poetry Out Loud Recitation Competition: Statewide program in partnership with the Illinois Arts Council.
Red Bud Campus Poetry Contest: Poetry writing competition in partnership with the SWIC Foundation and Red Bud Campus. Fourth Grade through adult categories
Student Identification Cards
Students receive a free identification card that is issued by our Public Safety Department. There is a $25 charge for lost cards. Keep your ID card with you at all times because College Activities offers many events and activities that are free with a valid student ID.
For questions or more information call Amy Brockman at 618-235-2700, ext. 5324
or via email: email@example.com