Campus Connections student activities provide opportunities for students to engage, learn, and connect through a variety of entertaining and informing presentations and events. Usually held from 12:15 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, Campus Connections activities provide weekly opportunities during the fall and spring semesters for students to get involved with campus life.
The college encourages all ATC students to participate in student organizations. Student organizations are open to all students without discrimination on the basis of sex, color, age, religion, national origin or disability. Each student organization is educationally based and has clearly defined goals and objectives.
Student organizations include the Student Government Association (SGA), American Welding Society, Christian Life Club, Phi Theta Kappa (the international scholastic honor society for two-year colleges), Student Nurses Association, and Student Veterans Association. Students are encouraged to participate in the formation of new student organizations that support the college's mission. More information is available from the Student Development Office.
Student Government Association
All credit students at ATC are members of the Student Government Association (SGA). The SGA seeks to promote activities for all students and often plans activities and programs which are open to the college community. The SGA’s goals are to maintain high standards of scholarship and honor, to preserve the integrity of the institution and its educational environment, to assist in administering regulations, to serve as the liaison between the administration and the student body, and to transact business pertaining to the student body. The offices for SGA are president, vice president, secretary and treasurer.
Campus Ambassador Program
The ATC Campus Ambassador program provides an opportunity for students enrolled in different programs of study to develop leadership and public relations skills while representing the college. As representatives of the college, Campus Ambassadors will participate in social, cultural and marketing activities sponsored by the college.
Applications for the Campus Ambassador program are solicited each semester if space and funding are available. For more information, contact the program coordinator, Anna Dolianitis, at 803-508-7477.
Gregg-Graniteville Student Activities Center
The ATC Gregg-Graniteville Student Activities Center provides the student with a central location to spend time between classes. The center houses meeting areas, the ATC Bookstore, the ATC Wellness Center, and office space for student organizations.