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Student Organizations

  • The ESCC Ambassadors serve as the official hosts and hostesses for the College. These students act as tour guides for visiting groups and also help with events on campus such as English and Math Tournaments and Scholars Bowl. In order to be selected as a Mentor, students must be enrolled full-time, have a 2.5 GPA, complete an application and participate in an interview.

    CONTACT: Terri Parker, Recruiter
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  • The Baptist Campus Ministries (BCM) is a Christian fellowship and service organization open to students of all denominations who are looking for an opportunity to get to know other Christian students. Weekly meetings, Bible studies, fellowships, state conventions, retreats, mission trips, and other activities provide opportunities for fun and spiritual growth. All students who are interested in growing spiritually and in making new friends are welcome.
  • Students work together to learn basic debating skills. Activities include: researching and writing speech material, learning debate techniques, participating topics of debate in a tournament style setting in order to gain competence and proficiency and in order to compete in intramural, local, and regional public forum debate tournaments.
  • The Diamond Dolls is a group consisting of all females who enjoy baseball and want to help the baseball team. The mission of the organization is to help promote baseball on campus and to encourage team spirit. Activities include selling concessions at home games, providing snacks for away games, and field beautification. Monthly meetings are held and interviews are required to join.

    CONTACT: Terri Parker, Recruiter
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  • The ESCC History Club is a student organization made up of students who are interested in the study of history. The club conducts a variety of activities to promote knowledge of the past and appreciation for history. Membership is open to any current Enterprise State Community College student.


    CONTACT: Sam Covington, History Professor
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  • Tau Mu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa
    International Honor Society of two-year colleges.

    Contact: Kristi Peters, Math Instructor
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  • The Student Government Organization

    The SGA is composed of four officers, seven sophomore senators, and seven freshman senators. All members of the SGA are elected by the student body. The purposes of the SGA are to provide liaison between students and the faculty and administration, to promote social and cultural opportunities for students, and to approve and charter all organizations which function on the campus.

    THE INTERCLUB COUNCIL This is a branch organization of the SGA. Organized in the fall of 1968, the purpose is aiding the SGA in coordinating club activities. The Interclub Council promotes communication among campus organizations and coordinates projects of mutual benefit and interest. Membership in the Interclub Council consists of one representative chosen by each campus organization. The SGA vice president serves as president of the Council and other officers are selected by the Council.


    CONTACT: Terri Parker, Recruiter
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  • The main purpose of the Spirit Club is to promote and support College athletic events. The club also performs service activities for the College. Membership is open to all ESCC students.
  • Welcoming Orientation Weevils is a group of well-trained student orientation leaders. who act as personal guides. New students participate in informative educational activities, get acquainted with other new students, and learn about expectations and opportunities of college life.

    Each September, a new W.O.W. is selected. The team is made up of diverse and dedicated group of 20-25 freshmen and sophomore students who desire to help other students, make new friends, and improve leadership skills. One semester scholarships are available which W.O.W. may earn. As a part of training, W.O.W. attends a weekly leadership class and travels to a Regional Orientation Workshop during spring semester. W.O.W. works during summer, fall, and spring orientations.

    Rebecca Coats, W.O.W. Coordinator - Title III

600 Plaza Drive
Enterprise AL 36330
(334) 347-2623

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