AUBURN HILLS CAMPUS
It's our purpose to provide a fun, stress-free environment where students can game,
chat, and easily make friends with people with a variety of interests. This club is
a place where anyone can come and find a warm welcome because we accept, encourage
and appreciate people from all walks of life. We love to game and we love to chat.
Come down to room G-104 (the glass "Fishbowl" room in the far end of the Student Center
by the Raiders Store) or room G-106 during one of our games or ask about us in the
Student LIFE office in G-150!
Shawn Dry -Advisor
IGNITE is a national, non-partisan organization that is dedicated to building a movement
of young women (and women identifying folks) who are ready and eager to become the
next generation of political leaders, organizers, and policy makers. IGNITE is currently
the largest young women's political organization in the country & has chapters all
across the country, and now there is a new chapter at Oakland Community College. Some
events and opportunities that we will be holding include voter registration resources,
civic educational and engagement, connecting with women in political power, along
with professional networking and career development. Fill out membership form HERE if you are interested in joining us and we will contact you.
Kimberlea Reid - Advisor
We, the students of the Oakland Community College (OCC) campus at Auburn Hills are
of multiethnic origin, and in order to promote international goodwill and friendship,
unite to ordain and establish this constitution. Let there be understanding and respect
among us; derived from our efforts as scholars, and our respective social and cultural
Sarah Lemelin - Advisor
The Optimist Club at Auburn Hills Campus is the collegiate branch of Optimists International,
Clarkston, Michigan chapter. Optimist International is a worldwide volunteer organization
made up of more than 2,500 clubs world-wide with 95+ clubs within the Michigan District.
Optimist Club members work each day to make the future brighter by bringing out the
best in children, in their communities, and in themselves. Our collegiate club is
committed to optimism and self-development for the improvement of youth and community.
It gives OCC students opportunity to help local youth through membership in one of
the largest service organizations in North America. Our campus branch specializes
in outreach, friendships and advocacy for OCC students and youth with autism spectrum
disorder. This club is open to students on all five campuses.
Robin Brose - Advisor
HIGHLAND LAKES CAMPUS
Dental Hygienists Association
The professional organization for dental hygienists is the ADHA. There is a state
component (Michigan Dental Hygienists Association) and a local component for Oakland
County. Activities include dental health presentations to local schools and community
organizations. All incoming dental hygiene students are charged a membership fee of
$65 a year. Students are elected to the board from the student membership. The officers
include: president & treasurer (2nd year students) and vice president & secretary
(1st year students).
Renee Fox & Tina Wilson - Advisors
Nursing Student Association
The Oakland Community College Nursing Student Association (OCCNSA) is an active group
within the nursing program, the college and the community. It is a chapter member
of the state (Michigan Nursing Student Association) and the national (National Student
Nurse Association) organizations. OCCNSA is the largest chapter in the state of Michigan
and 4th in the national group. OCCNSA holds monthly meetings on the second Monday
of each month with special speakers. The group is also involved in many community
activities including collecting school supplies for area children, food and blanket
drives for area shelters, and volunteering in the Mobile Nurse Clinic. For more information,
please visit the NSA Facebook page.
Dawn Baker - Advisor
Support, Inspire, Grow and Network! The SIGN Club seeks to support and expand student
knowledge of and experiences in American Sign Language and the Deaf community. The
club holds workshops and maintains a strong presence at community events. Its members
share ideas and experiences in order to grow at a professional and personal level.
Diana Campbell- Advisor