At NTC, we believe that a college education is more than what you learn in your classes. Campus activities provide opportunities to develop leadership skills, to cultivate civic responsibility, promote service to society, and facilitate interactions with fellow learners, faculty, and staff outside the classroom setting. If you have an idea for a new organization, we encourage you to contact Lisa Bruns or Bonner Karger.
Student Senate serves to represent the learners enrolled at NTC. Membership is elected from each program area. Officers of the organization are elected by the majority vote of the enrolled learners. Student Senate aids other learner organizations, establishes the protocols for campus sponsored activities, promotes good conduct, and allocates funds for many worthwhile projects. The Student Senate belongs to the Minnesota State College Student Senate Association. Lisa Bruns is the current advisor for Student Senate. You can reach her at 218-333-6678.
Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor society for learners in two-year colleges. Phi Theta Kappa's purpose is to provide leadership opportunities, recognize and encourage scholarship, and foster opportunities for fellowship. To be eligible, learners must be enrolled in an AAS or AS program, have completed at least 12 credits, and have at least a 3.5 GPA. NTC's chapter of PTK is Beta Nu Tau. Sue Sutton is the current advisor. You can reach her at (218) 333-6626.
Student Nurses Association's mission is to excel in nursing education, extend a helping hand through community service, and care for others beyond all expectations. Previous activities have included bingo nights in locat nursing home, support and assistance with Special Olympics and tour of a medical chopper from the perspective of a flight nurse. Teri Finn is the current advisor. You may reach her at 218-333-6630.
NTC learners also have the ability to be involved with some of the clubs and organizations on the Bemidji State University campus. Please go to http://www.bemidjistate.edu/students/organizations/ for a listing of the many opportunities.
Northwest Technical College learners have access to the Gillett Recreation-Fitness Center which includes: an indoor track, racquetball courts, weight rooms, aerobic machines, pool, indoor climbing wall, and activity spaces. The Gillett Fitness Recreation Center is located on the Bemidji State Campus, in the PE Complex, across from Tamarack Hall. More specific information can be found at http://www.bemidjistate.edu/students/recreation/
*Intramural sports participation is available with a current membership.
Northwest Technical Colleges have access to health services which includes: a Nurse Practitioner, RN and LPN on staff 5 days per week, with additional MD support on selected days, who provide quality, low-cost, and confidential health care. Some items to note:
* The charges for services are additional
* Some services are free and health insurance is accepted* Must sign up by the 10th day of class!
All NTC students can cheer on the Bemidji State Beavers! NTC may purchase a pass to attend all athletic contests. Sport schedules are available on the BSU athletic department website.
BSU Men's hockey tickets are an additional $5.00. These tickets can be picked up at the Hobson Memorial Union desk through Thursday of game week. A student ID is required to pick up the ticket. After Thursday single game tickets are available at the Sandford Center Box Office. These tickets are locate in the student section.
Season passes for Men's Hockey are available for $50.00
NTC students have access to use the BSU library. Your NTC ID card will work to check out materials. NTC students cannot use the online databases at BSU. There are public computers to use as well. A floor map of the library and its layout can be found at http://www.bemidjistate.edu/library/about/location/