Extra-Curricular Activities

BBCC strives to provide a well-balanced program of extra-curricular activities for all students. This is in keeping with the belief that participation in college activities contributes to the development of a well-rounded personality and to the growth of leadership ability. These activities help to promote school spirit, to furnish outlets for special interests and talents of students, and to enhance their cultural development. Students interested in extra-curricular activities or serving as Associated Student Body (ASB) officers should contact personnel in the Student Activities Office, Building 1400 or call 509.793.2066.

Intercollegiate Athletics

The athletic program gives full-time students an opportunity to participate in competitive intercollegiate sports. As a member of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC), the college sponsors teams in women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s baseball, and women’s softball (fast pitch).

Wrestling is also available for students. As a member of the National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA), the college sponsors men’s and women’s teams.

Students interested in being involved in intercollegiate athletics may contact one of the coaches or the athletic director at 509.793.2225. Scholarships are available.

Intramural Activities

Intramural activities are programmed in response to student interests and may include basketball, volleyball, racquetball, pool, dodgeball, recreational gym, and softball. Opportunities for sports instruction are offered through the physical education department.


All students are eligible to participate in music performance groups. For more information about music performance groups call 509.793.2140.

Student Government

All students enrolled at BBCC and who hold a valid ASB card are automatically members of the ASB. The ASB is officially recognized as the students’ voice in the governance of the college. Student government is an integral part of the college structure. ASB officers serve on college committees, hear student complaints, entertain requests for funding student clubs, and plan and schedule activities. In addition, officers communicate student needs directly to college administrators and provide student representation at BBCC Board of Trustees meetings.

The selection process for ASB Officers is held annually in the spring quarter and every eligible student is encouraged to apply for a position. Executive officers receive a stipend for their services. ASB Executive Officers are as follows:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Public Relations Officer

Student Organization & Areas of Involvement

Clubs and Communities are organizations developed in response to specific student interests, skills, educational programs, cultural heritage, or social causes. All students are encouraged to participate in existing organizations or to start new organizations. Current active Clubs and Communities include Aviation Maintenance Technology Club; Professional Agriculture Students Club; American Welding Society Club; Aviation Club; Engineering Club; Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Community; LDS Student Association (LDSSA) Community; M.E.Ch.A. Club; Nursing Club; Phi Theta Kappa Club, the Rook-ies Chess Club, Earhtings Club, and Story Club.  For information regarding joining or organizing a club or community, please contact the Student Activities Office in Building 1400 or call 509.793.2066.