Student Activities

Reid State Technical College provides opportunities throughout the academic year for students to participate in student organizations and enrichment activities outside of classroom instruction which help enhance the overall college experience. Examples of these student activities include Softball Game in the Park, Blue Bell Ice Cream Treat, Basketball Game at the Gym/ Holiday Lunch, Pizza/Karaoke Day, Movie Day, Christmas - Toys for Tots, Thanksgiving - Can Good Food Drive, Spring Fling and Student Activity Day. The College also sponsors educational field trips to locations across the state including the Rosa Parks Museum, Tuskegee University, University of Alabama, and Alabama A&M University.

Reid State Technical College (RSTC) also promotes scholastic and community achievement, as well as leadership development through student participation in Student Government Association, National Technical Honor Society, Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges, All-USA Community and Junior College Academic Team and RSTC Renaissance Team. Students are also recognized for their academic and lab achievements during an Awards Day Ceremony held each academic semester.

Awards Day
Each semester Reid State Technical College honors students who made the President's and Dean List during an awards ceremony. Also, most outstanding students from each program are recognized. Door prizes are given away to students who hold the winning ticket.


Spooky, kooky, creepy, and fun! At Reid State Technical College Halloween is the time of Ghosts, Goblins, Gravestones and Graveyards. Our students enjoy fun spooks and spirits, and a variety of treats and silly fun.


Spring Fling Spring semester Reid State Technical College students enjoy a day at Avery Park playing softball. Students have fun competing against different departments, while faculty and staff cheer for their favorite team. Afterwards, students enjoy eating Subway sandwiches, chips, cookies, Blue Bell ice cream and plenty of water and soda.

Valentine's Day
Every February at Reid State Technical College, candy, flowers, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones.

This special time of the year evokes many warm feelings and desires. At Reid State Technical College our students enjoy all the festive decorations, parties, and a special Christmas dinner. The SGA delivers gifts to the Human Resources Department for the Toys for Tots campaign to honor those less fortunate children. Behind all of these celebrations is the true meaning of Christmas.

Thanksgiving Food Drive
RSTC SGA Officers & Representatives sponsored a Thanksgiving Canned Goods Food Drive. Canned goods are distributed to the needy in the community


Blood Drive The Student Government Association (SGA) officers sponsor a blood drive twice a year to help save lives.


Softball Game
The faculty and students had a “ball competing against fellow departments in the softball game at the evergreen Municipal Park. Refreshments were also provided for the students during the game.


Breast Cancer Awareness
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month the students and faculty participate in a Balloon release.


Veterans Day
Students and faculty acknowledge Veterans Day with a ceremony at the flag pole on campus.


Motivational Speaker
During Fall Semester Mr. Keith L. Brown motivational speaker, empower and uplift students with his presentation on NOT IMPOSSIBLE, I’M POSSIBLE.

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