A great way to get involved at Brightpoint is by joining a club, interest group, or an intramural sports team! If you are interested in joining a club or organization, please feel free to email a club leader or sponsor. Check the weekly Student Activities newsletter for updated meeting times.
Want to start your own organization? Learn more about the process of starting a new campus club.
Advisors: Colin Ferguson and Paula Winn
Student Leader: Samisha Warrick
Provides students in the visual arts program as well as students, faculty, staff and the greater community exposure to the arts in all forms.
Advisor: Richard Hoeser
Student Leader: Mikey Griffith
Brings together gamers of all types to share their gaming hobbies and participate in gaming activities such as multiplayer game sessions.
Advisor: Kerrigan Sullivan
Brightpoint’s student-led organization intended to nurture a safe and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning individuals as well as cisgender heterosexual allies.
Advisors: Dr. Pascal Renault
Student Leader: Miranda Beaudry
Meets on a regular basis for students interested in science, technology, engineering, math and health-related fields and activities.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Advisor: Che Boisseau
The SGA was established to encourage an active role in college life and activities. SGA provides each student with a voice in student affairs. Elections are held at the beginning of the academic year in September.
Student Nurses Association
Advisor: Therese Willoughby
Student Veteran’s Organization
Advisors: Michael Murphy
Brightpoint’s SVO is part of the Virginia Student Veteran’s of America Chapter
Advisor: Kerrigan Sullivan
Promotes theatre and theatrical performances at Brightpoint.
Advisor: Brenda Miller
Student Leader: Abigail Wilda
Brightpoint’s non-denominational student-led ministry, holding worship nights, open mic nights, retreats, community service events, bible study and more.
Women in STEM
Advisor: Jennifer Pettyjohn
Student Leader: Obehi
Works to increase awareness of the challenges faced by minorities in STEM and encourages and supports underrepresented groups in STEM fields.
Advisor: Suzanne Sherry
Brings together like-minded individuals to imbue joy and hope in the world with fiber, one stitch at a time. The group supports local charities near the Brightpoint campus.
Sponsor: Che Boisseau
Sponsor: Ebenezer Emos
Sponsor: Wanda Davis
Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant Club
Student Leader: Victoria Parham
Honorary Organizations- recognizing academic achievement
Tau Rho Chapter (Chester)
Advisor: Dr. Nikki Hicks
Beta Omicron Omicron (Midlothian)
Advisor: Margaret “Peggy” Parrish