We develop programs and services that engage students from their first days on campus (new student orientation) to degree completion (graduation). Supported by the Services and Activities (S&A) Fee, collected from every student's tuition, students and department staff are committed to serving students by building a healthy, inclusive, and vibrant campus culture that engages students throughout their academic journey.
We are the administrative entity that advises and directs the efforts of student leadership development, student center facilities and the Associated Student Government. We enhance student learning and success through a comprehensive array of student engagement and leadership development programs and services available to all CPTC students.
ASSOCIATED STUDENT GOVERNMENT
The Associated Student Government is an advocate of the student voice and a partner with other governing unites. The Student Government oversees the administration of the Associated Student Government. Student governance meetings, which are open to the public are held on a regular basis during the fall, winter and spring quarters.
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
Clubs and organizations are more important than ever as we embrace social distancing and operate via remote methods. These communities provide opportunities for students to get involved, and experience both personal and professional growth. Start your own club in six easy steps!
During this period of physical distancing, the department recognizes the importance of developing connections and community. As such, Student Life has created a variety of virtual, web-based ways for students to foster and build communities this fall at CPTC. Be sure to connect with us on social media and student email to stay informed about upcoming events.
FOOD SECURITY & TRANSPORTATION INITIATIVES
Since 2014 the Associated Student Government has been developing initiatives aimed at supporting student food security and ensuring students have access to transportation. CPTC students can visit the CPTC Food Pantry (monthly) and mobile food bank (weekly). Additionally, all CPTC students can ride the Pierce Transit bus system within the county for free.
STUDENT LEADERSHIP & SERVICE CENTER
Even though the Student Leadership & Service Center is not open as you may be accustomed to due to COVID-19, the center is still available by appointment only during the academic quarter for core services and functions; bus pass, food pantry pick-up, CPTC Student ID Card, Wi-Fi password reset and scheduling a meeting with department staff.
The Fitness Center provides currently enrolled students access, free of charge, to a variety of cardio and weightlifting equipment during the academic quarter. Due to COVID-19 the fitness center is currently closed until further notice.
DIVERSITY, INCLUSION & CIVIC ENGAGEMENT CENTER
Opening in 2021, this center is designed to engage the entire campus community. The center will serve as a place that provides a space where people can share and celebrate their authentic selves through dialogue and activities. Students will have the opportunity to learn about social justice and civic engagement as well as participate in local, regional and global advocacy initiatives.
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
As a new student at Clover Park Technical College, you are certain to have many questions. These live, web-based workshops have been designed to help you uncover the answers to your questions, navigate campus and provide you timely information about campus resources and support services.
STUDENT AWARDS CEREMONY
The Student Awards Ceremony is an annual event honoring students, staff and faculty for leadership and academic excellence. Nominations for the fourteen award categories are accepted from January - April each year.