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TC Clubs and Organizations

Student Organization Handbook

 

BAPTIST STUDENT MINISTRIES (BSM)

The purpose of this organization is to provide a Christian atmosphere and to meet spiritual needs of students on campus.
Sponsors:  Bart Upchurch and D. Lowrie

BLACK STUDENT ASSOCIATION (BSA)

The primary purpose of this organization is to provide service to the community.  Our goal is to establish awareness of ones heritage as well as to increase the retention and graduation rates of minority students and provide leadership training.
Sponsor:  Robert A. Jones

COSMETOLOGY CLUB:
Sponsor:  Brandon Dixon

CULTURAL AWARENESS STUDENT ASSOCIATION (TC-CASA)

The purpose of this organization is to create an opportunity for TC students, faculty, and staff, and the Texarkana community, to expand their cultural knowledge and appreciation through educational and social activities.  TC-CASA will promote academic excellence and unity and will not discriminate any students on bases of gender, disabilities, race, color, age, or national origin.  TC-CASA will not be an association to shelter only one culture, but rather will be one to help the students develop understanding and acceptation of their culture and those among them.
Sponsor:  Dr. Theresa McDonald

DEBATE LEAGUE
To establish a league where students can freely express themselves in public debate and open forum, and become more active and productive citizens.
Sponsor:  Cindy Ramage

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDENTS CLUB
Sponsor(s):  Pam Hesser and Lisa Jones

EARTH CLUB

This club is composed of regular and associate members.  Regular members must be taking at least one course at Texarkana College and have an interest in the earth, preserving our environmnt and enjoying nature.  Associate members must be a college student or college instructor in the United States.
Sponsors:  Delores McCright and Connie Brian

FENCING CLUB

This club is open to any student with an interest in Fencing.
Sponsor:  Della Ellis

FUTURE CHEFS ASSOCIATION

The purpose of this club is to promote all facets of culinary arts by providing education, demonstration, leadership, and camaraderie through a convivial student led organization.
Sponsor:  Suzanne Lasagna

JOURNALISM CLUB

An organization open to anyone who is enrolled in journalism and a member of the TC news staff.
Sponsor:  Laronda Bailey

PHI BETA LAMBDA

PBL, also known as FBLA-PBL, is a college, state, and national professional student organization that brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.  As a local chapter of PBL, we will promote business leadership, encourage computer usage and programming, teach and study computer and business skills, and expose the student body and the community to computers through college and PBL-sponsored events.  As a member, students will be able to compete in state and national competition events in the business and computer fields.
Sponsors:  Dr. Theresa McDonald and Sam Rivas

PHI THETA KAPPA

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society recognizes and encourages scholarship among two-year college students. Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
Sponsor:  Mary Ellen Young

 

ROAD SCHOLARS
Sponsor:  Dawna Rogers

STUDENT GOVERNMENT

The Student Government of Texarkana College is composed of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and seven board members.  The Student Government is a service organization which assumes leadership promoting worthwhile student enterprises.  It also serves as an adisory organization representing the student body in its relationship with the faculty and administration.  Students who are elected to serve on the Student Government receive valuable training and experience in civic leadership.
Sponsor:  Doug Saffel

TC3 CLUB  (CHEMISTRY CLUB)

This club is open to any student who is interested in the chemistry and/or medical field.  The TC3 is a student affiliate chapter of the American Chemical Society and the Pre-Med Club.
Sponsors:  Dr. Mike Buttram and Patti Harman

TC PLAYERS

This is an organization open to any student who is interested in speech and drama.
Sponsor:  Michael Cooper

TC STUDENT NURSING ASSOCIATION

This club is affiliated with the Texas Nursing Association and is for students enrolled in the college’s nursing programs.
Sponsors:  Kristen Floyd and Kim Penny

TC TOGETHER  CLUB
Sponsor:  Melissa Jones

TC VETERANS ASSOCIATION
Sponsor(s):  Martin Hernandez and Jesse Hausler 

21st CENTURY DEMOCRATS

This club is designed to meet the needs of those students who are interested in politics and favor the Democratic Party.
Sponsor:  Vernon Wilder

YOUNG REPUBICANS (TC Conservatives)

The purpose of this club is to bring young people into the republican party and to provide an opportunity for them to find political expression and recognition.
Sponsor:  Dawna Rogers and Susan Gleason