Johnson College has many student organizations on campus that promote recreation, leadership, and social opportunities.
For questions or interest about student organizations, please see the Student Success Coordinators inside the Academic Resource Center in the Moffat Student Center.
National Honor Society – Alpha Beta Kappa
Alpha Beta Kappa is the premier national honor society for America’s private postsecondary schools, institutes, colleges, universities, and distance learning institutions – serving many institutions for the past 40 years. Alpha Beta Kappa places Chapters in institutions that have demonstrated high standards over a period of many years in the education and training of women and men in the numerous fields, trades, and occupations essential to modern society. There was no national society for private proprietary and nonprofit postsecondary institutions until the National Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society was officially established. For more information, please visit https://www.abkhs.org/ and contact Dr. Natalia Melgarejo, email@example.com, or Jordan Fritz, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.
National Technical Honor Society
The National Technical Honor Society rewards excellence in workforce education. It develops self-esteem and pride, encourages students to reach higher levels of achievement, and promotes business and industry’s critical workplace values – honesty, responsibility, initiative, teamwork, productivity, leadership, and citizenship. It helps schools build and maintain effective partnerships with local businesses and industry. It also champions a stronger, more positive image for workforce education in America. For more information, please contact Dr. Natalia Melgarejo, email@example.com with questions.
Students in this position will be role models who support and encourage students in their academic and personal growth. They will build relationships with prospective students and continue to foster growth among these students as they continue their course of study. Student Ambassadors will work closely with the departments of Enrollment, Academics, Student Success, and Alumni Relations. While performing the duties of the position, Student Ambassadors will build valuable leadership and professional skills while also building meaningful relationships with students, faculty, and staff.
Student Government Association
SGA is Johnson College’s governing body for students, providing an opportunity to develop leadership skills while contributing constructively to Johnson College. SGA is made up of a cabinet of campus elected student officers, as well as, student representatives from each organization, and program area. The SGA merchandise cart is located inside the Academic Resource Center in the Moffat Student Center. The cart has several items available for purchase with the Johnson College logo. All proceeds support SGA.
Johnson Activity Group
This organization is an opportunity for students to plan and implement social and fun events on campus. JAG offers students the prospect to boost creative thinking and leadership skills outside the classroom, by conducting regular meetings, planning, promoting, and implementing events, and maintaining an annual budget. JAG is open for all students to join.
Social Force is a community service organization for students. Members of Social Force participate in activities such as the Thanksgiving Food Drive, the Giving Tree Christmas project, and other community service activities as decided by the members. Membership is open to all students.