Arts & Humanities Clubs and Opportunities
Outside the Classroom
In addition to its very own Theatre, Art Galleries, Art Labs, and Music Rooms, Student Clubs provide venues for students to express themselves artistically and professionally.
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminal Justice Club is aa sanctioned club on campus made up of criminal
criminal justice majors and anyone else interested in the criminal justice field. The club meets every two weeks. A tour of a criminal justice facility is usually scheduled for fall semester and a spring trip is also planned. Interested student should contact club sponsor, Jim Stewart at 970.521.6629 or Jim.Stewart@njc.edu
Creative Inferno is open to all students who are interested in the creative arts: visual, performing, written, or otherwise. Club activities focus on expanding appreciation for the arts on campus and within the community. John Cross serves as a faculty advisor. Contact him at 970.521.6710 or John.Cross@njc.edu
Students are encouraged to submit original art and literary work to New Voices. A panel of student jurors selects pieces to be included. New Voices is published each spring. John Cross serves as a faculty advisor. Contact him at 970.521.6710) or John.Cross@njc.edu
For students interested in Theatre, NJC offers wonderful opportunities. The Players stage two theatrical productions each academic year -- one in the fall term and another in the spring. Theatre Home
Psychology Club is open to any student, working professional in the field of psychology, or NJC psychology alumnus. The club provides a forum for fellowship among those with a shared interest in psychology. The club provides opportunities to meet and interact with working professionals. Activities are educational, entertainment, and service oriented. Contact club sponsor, Scott Thompson, at 970.521.6705 or Scott.Thompson@njc.edu.t
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