Student Activities

Blue Ridge CTC encourages students to explore diverse clubs and organizations to further strengths such as organization skills, team-building skills, multitasking, service-mindedness, and leadership qualities.

Blue Ridge Community and Technical College offers a  variety of student organizations geared to the diverse interests of our students. Getting involved with student clubs, organizations, and activities is a great way to build your network of friends and gain valuable leadership experience!

  • Blue Ridge Drama Club – Advisor Dr. Kathy Cox
  • Education Club – Advisor Joshua Rider
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS)- Advisor Ethel Myers
  • Phi Beta Lambda – Future Business Leaders of America -Advisor Todd Cimino Johnson
  • Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society – Advisor Lisha Burks
  • Rotaract- Advisor Tiffany Hine
  • S.A.G.A. (Sexuality and Gender Alliance) – Advisor Todd Cimino-Johnson
  • Space Club – Advisor David Teets and Advisor Gerry Willis
  • Speculative Fiction Club – Advisor Lisa Wood
  • Sports and Recreation Club – Advisor Steve Wolfe
  • Student Government Association – Advisor Siona Escoto
  • Student Nurses Association (SNA)- Advisor Amy Schaffer
  • Student Veterans Association – Advisor Britney Norris
  • STEM Club – Advisor Steve Shank and Advisor Janet Branch

The Outlet

The Outlet was launched in 2009 by Assistant Professor of English, Deidre Morrison when the College met at the Dunn Outlet building. In Spring 2017, the arts and letters magazine acquired “Bloom Where You Are Planted” as a subtitle, appropriate to the new and growing campuses where the College community is housed.

Below are the latest editions. Please read, enjoy, and gather creative work for the next year! For questions, contact Kathy Cox kcox@blueridgectc.edu.

Spring 2019

Spring 2020

Spring 2021

Spring 2022

The Spring Play

The Blue Ridge Drama Club proudly presents Many Mansions by James Ralston as the spring 2023 play, showing at the Apollo Civic Theatre on March 16th – March 18th at 8 p.m. Tickets are $6 for the general public and $3 for students, and are available at the door. Come join us!

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