Learning support services for students
At Brown’s Town Community College we cater to the holistic needs of our students and as such we have programmes/activities which are designed to stimulate social and cultural awareness, physical well-being, and intellectual stimulation as well as spiritual and moral growth. These programmes/activities are facilitated primarily through the Office of the Vice Principal of Student Services and include Co-curricular Clubs & Societies, Personal Counselling, Career Guidance, Peer Counselling, Social Outreach, Club Festival as well as Recreational Activities.
Clubs and/or Societies currently operating on our campuses include, Circle K, Health Club, 4H, Tourism Action, Modern Language, Science, Debating and Public Speaking, Young Entrepreneur Society, Drama, University & Colleges Christian Fellowship (UCCF), University & Colleges Apostolic Ministry (UCAM), Optimist Club, Environmental Club and Auto Club (Technical Campus only).
They are not only supported, but also encouraged by the College’s Administration as they help to enhance the learning experience here, and create more rounded individuals. Students are encouraged to join one or more of these clubs, or to start their own.