SOCIAL SCIENCE, EDUCATION & PSYCHOLOGY

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SOCIETY: The Criminal Justice Department provides an opportunity for students to make use of current materials in discussing vital issues that affect the criminal justice field.

EDUCATION CLUB: This club is designed to alert the awareness of its members of the current and innovative issues in education. It further fosters experiences in leadership and group activities and acquaints the students with the opportunities and responsibilities of the teacher profession. Membership is opened primarily to General, Early Childhood, Elementary, Special, and Secondary Education majors, or any student who endorses the goals and objectives of the club.

PHI THETA KAPPA (Alpha Omicron Pi Chapter): This national community/ junior college honorary society promotes scholarship, leadership, and the development of character. Eligibility for membership includes a grade point average of 3.50 or better, evidence of good character and membership in extra curricula activities. In addition, students desiring to join the society must have completed a minimum of twelve (12) semester hours at Coahoma Community College and must be enrolled for a minimum of twelve academic semester hours during the semester he is elected to the society. Students who become members are eligible for academic scholarships set up specifically for them at numerous colleges and universities throughout the United States.

SOCIAL SCIENCE SOCIETY: The weekly forums under the sponsorship of the Social Science Department provide the opportunity for students to make use of current reading materials in discussing vital social problems.