Student Life & Engagement

At CCAC, we believe that life outside the classroom is an important part of your college experience. Each CCAC campus has a variety of activities to enhance your lifestyle—including athletics, cultural events and personal development seminars. We hope you will explore the possibilities for fun and learning that our student life programs have to offer.



Engage is the place to go to see all of our Student Life activities and organizations. Interested in a club? Want to see the Wild Cats play ball? All of that information can be found on Engage!

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Wild Cat Welcome Week

Wild Cat Welcome Week is our in-person student orientation. It is the best time to get familiar with your campus, learn about services available to you, and find out any information you are looking for.

Click the button to see when our next orientations are and be sure to RSVP!

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CCAC Honor Societies

Although separate from the CCAC Honors Program, our honor societies, like Phi Theta Kappa and Psi Beta, offer a multitude of opportunities and benefits for its members.

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Clubs, Leadership & Organizations

Be sure to get engaged on campus by joining one of our clubs, organizations or one of the leadership opportunities we offer here at CCAC.

To learn more about what is offered, please visit us here:

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Student ID Discounts

The Office of Student Life & Engagement offers tickets to cultural events, recreational sites, local amusement parks and attractions, sporting events, and more to CCAC students at a discount. Tickets are available for purchase in Student Accounts with a current CCAC student ID card. You can purchase these tickets with cash or card.

CCAC has a "Cheap Seats Discount Ticket Program" with the Cultural District. The discount is pre-applied when ordered online at

For more information on Student ID Discount tickets, please contact


Single Point of Contact (SPoC)

Single Point of Contact (SPoC) is a program designed specifically for brand new incoming students. Upon registering for courses, students are paired with an administrator on campus to assist through the first semester. The first semester of college can be an overwhelming time, and our goal is to alleviate some of that stress. As the semester progresses, you will receive reminders about orientation dates, financial aid deadlines, registration dates, tuition payment deadlines and upcoming events.

In addition to these reminders, your Single Point of Contact will be checking in with you to see how your classes are going. We want to hear about any positive experiences you are having, as well as any concerns or struggles.

Questions about the program? Not sure who your SPoC is? Contact Student Life & Engagement at