North Lake offers a variety of culturally diverse programs and services to help get you involved in campus life and provide you an opportunity to see, hear, and meet artists, musicians, writers, performers and motivational speakers.
North Lake College competes within the Metro Athletic Conference under NCJAA - Division III, and offers opportunities to watch or participate in men's baseball and basketball, and women's soccer.
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North Lake College's Student Life Center offers a variety of culturally diverse programs and services to help get you involved in campus life and provide you an opportunity to see, hear, and meet artists, musicians, writers, performers and motivational speakers.
Students with qualifying grade point averages may join one of North Lake's four honor societies – general honor society (Phi Theta Kappa), English (Sigma Kappa Delta), math (Mu Alpha Theta), and psychology (Psi Beta). Members participate in community service and social events.
Connect with others who share interests or learn about something new. North Lake has a variety of student clubs on campus. If you want to start a new club, the Student Life Center can help.
Upon acceptance into the college, students automatically become members of the Student Government Association (SGA). The SGA advocates on behalf of student interest and seeks to provide students with the resources necessary to function as an effective and efficient college community. All students are encouraged to become active members and officers, so that the Association is a true representative body of student thought and opinion, voicing the needs and concerns of the student body.
The Mission of the Student Leadership Institute at North Lake College is to develop and nurture leadership skills through a comprehensive program that focuses on the whole student experience. Students will learn ethical principles that allow for their personal, professional and academic growth.
Service Learning is a program in which you will learn and develop through thoughtfully organized service experiences that meet real community needs. The program combines academic instruction with active community service, utilizing critical, reflective thinking to examine the world around you and your civic responsibilities.