This is a listing of all the current active clubs on campus. To find out more, check out the club's web page or contact either the club's president or facility advisor.
Actors Vagabonds and Such (NIC Drama Club)
Contact: Joe Jacoby
Office: BOS 227
Our Mission is to nurture the passion for the theatre art form in our theatre students and develop the appreciation of theatre in the general student body, to provide high quality instruction for the theatre majors and general student body, to provide experiences that enhance the skills of students so that they can succeed in their goals, to be a resource for local and regional theatre groups, and to provide a resource for faculty , staff and community members who desire theatrical experiences as part of their on-going life education. Come and discover the magical possibilities offered by the theatre. This club is open to anyone interested in theatre!
American Indian Student Alliance
Contact: Evanlene Melting Tallow
Office: ESUB 003
This club is active on campus with many events and 3 on 3 basketball tournament. A week long event sharing the Native American culture with the community.
Contact: Jacob Rothrock
Phone: (208) 769-5941
Office: McLain Hall 113
Business Professionals of America (BPA)
Contact: Kathie O’ Brien
Office: MCL 101
The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, academic, citizenship, and technological skills. The NIC Chapter of BPA focuses on opportunities for leadership, community service, and travel to state and national competitions. All NIC students are welcome to join!
Campus Alive in Christ
Contact: Cynthia Nelson
Office: STR -316
Campus Alive in Christ’s purpose is to enrich the lives of students at Nic by promoting a “Biblical Worldview” through, biblical studies and group dynamics that enhance spiritual growth; cultivating Christian fellowship, fun activities, leadership, and service; being trained and encouraged in sharing the truth and good news of the Gospel; and loving others as Christ loves us. This club provides a place to learn, worship, grow in God and reach others.
Cardinal Dancers (Inactive)
Contact: Lorna Hamilton
Office: Winton Hall 132
The cardinal dancers will to provide a safe supportive and positive environment to increase confidence, learn new techniques, and provide entertainment to the community.
Contact: Linda Michal
Office: Edminster Student Union Building, Dean of Students
The purpose of the GSA is to provide the campus and community with education and information to promote understanding of the LGBT community and thereby help to end discrimination or harassment of GSA individuals and groups. A second purpose is to provide LGBT students, their friends, and anyone who supports GSA rights, an opportunity to connect and socialize in a supportive environment.
Contact: Cheri Zao
Office: MHS 205
Health Professions purpose is to provide exposure and insight beyond the nursing program. The club works towards providing additional support for students in their choosen profession.
Idaho Nursing Student Association
Contact: Joy Altizer
INSA (Idaho Nursing Association) is a state-wide organization of nursing students whose mission: “to organize, represent and mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses; convey the standards and ethics of the nursing profession; promote development of the skills that students will need as responsible and accountable members of the nursing profession; advocate for high quality health care; advocate for and contribute to advances in nursing education’ (National Nursing Students Association, 2004).
Contact: Scott Estes
The NIC Latino Club was formed to celebrate all things Latino. The club is involved in numerous events throughout the year. We host Spanish Language film nights, Participate in diversity events, share information tables about Latino culture, Have Concha and Latino food sales, sponsor dance lessons, sponsor a Latino Club Scholarship through the NIC Foundation, Organize trips to Guatemala and have fantastic fiestas and meetings. We've been around for years now, and are a real part of Diversity on our campus. Everyone is Welcome :) Bring Friends! All you need for our club is an appreciation of Latino Culture and you are ready to attend a meeting or an event!
Contact: Jim Straub
Office: Hed 142A
The purpose of M tech is to advance our skills in the machining trade while also inspiring creativity and diversity in a safe neautral environment. We also with to bring awareness of our trade to the community.
Contact: Jacalyn Marosi
Office: LKH 204i
The purpose of NIC Signers club is to unite the students of north idaho College who share the common interest of American Sign language (ASL) and the Deaf community through social, educational, and cultural events.
NIC Student Parents
Contact: Jessica Geiger
Office: LKC 130
1. To provide a social and professional support to student parents in their roles as students and as parents by creating play date opportunities that also serve as a learning opportunity for children and their parents.
2. To give child development students the opportunity to extend their classroom knowledge to their field of study.
Contact: Mikki Stevens
Office: BOS 222
To provide the student body of North Idaho College and the surrounding community with an opportunity to be a part of an active ministry that meets weekly. NLY:NIC is designed specifically to serve the campus of North Idaho College profiting it spiritually, emotionally and physically (via large and small group environments).
Phi Theta Kappa
Contact: Cynthia Nelson
Office: STR -316
Phi Theta Kappa promotes the atmosphere needed to nurture the best and brightest minds on campus. Membership is by invitation only based on academic standards, moral character, and qualities of citizenship. PTK offers leadership workshops, regional meetings, and the yearly national honors institute promotes personal growth through lively interaction with fellow members from other campuses.
Contact: Geoff Carr
Office: Siebert Room 203A
The Publications Club is comprised of students and instructors whose primary interests in membership are related to journalism and producing The Sentinel, the student newspaper. The club organizes each semester’s book swap, sponsors who attend workshops, and organizes social functions.
Contact: Tony Christensen
Office: HED 228A
Our purpose is to promote the game of rugby, to compete against other collegiate rugby clubs, to provide an atmosphere promoting friendship and competitiveness, to improve members overall physical fitness, to represent NIC in the spirit of competitiveness and good sportsmanship, to contribute to the betterment of the community through philanthropic efforts!
Contact: Kecia Siegal
Office: LKH Registrars Office
The purpose of the North Idaho College Veterans Club is to link veterans and their families from all branches of military service; striving to support each other by educating them on VA benefits and local resources both on and off campus. NICVC will create veteran connections that will assist in the transition from military culture to mainstream civilian life.