This experience has been great and our teachers are really nice.
- Ms Mélanie Soubdhan, 20, Guadeloupe

CLUBS

Circle K Club

This is a service organisation which is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Barbados Central. Circle K, like the Kiwanis Club, is an international service organisation. What’s the difference between the two? Circle K is for students at tertiary level; Kiwanis is for adults. BCC’s Circle K Club is part of the Paradise Division in the Eastern Canada & the Caribbean (EC&C) District.

Get involved!

Two conventions are held annually – District and International. One of the Club’s projects is to mentor children at Primary School. They also feed the homeless, visit children homes and engage in beach clean ups. Are you interested? Contact: bcc.circlek@gmail.com.

Political Science Association (PSA)

The motto of the Political Society Association is ‘Moulding the Minds of the Future’. With this objective, this Association was formed to teach students the political processes used to govern locally and internationally. Research, analysis and debate are tools used to train young minds.

Get involved!

Each year, students attend the United Nations Model Assembly which exposes them to other students from around the world. This club is open to past and present students.

University College Christian Fellowship (U.C.C.F.)

UCCF meets each morning in the Liberal Arts Auditorium from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Worshippers engage in prayer sessions, games and occasionally receive words of wisdom from guest speakers. Activities such as bible study, dance, drama, chorale and prayer groups are organised throughout the year. UCCF members even entertain and minister to their fellow students by hosting concerts. This is a great outreach for Christian students and those looking for spiritual answers in today’s world.