Northeast Campus Student Organizations
Join a club through myTCC
- Log on to my.tccd.edu
- Click on TCC Clubs and Committees in the upper left corner
- Click Northeast Campus
- Find the organization and hover over the Organization ID
- Click on the arrow to the right of the ID and a box will appear
- Click Enroll
If you would like to start your own club or organization, contact the Student Activities Office located at NSTU 1502, email Cara Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-515-6560.
We promote understanding and working with anime, manga, Japanese culture and other
fandoms such as Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Transformers and comic books.
Advisor: Lynn Dally, email@example.com, 817-515-6668
We provide students and others interested in astronomy an avenue to learn more. During
the regular semesters we meet once a month on a Friday evening near the new moon.
Membership is open to anyone interested in astronomy, and dues are $10 per year. Our
club is a member organization of the Astronomical League.
Advisors: Ray Benge, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6845; Marles McCurdy, email@example.com, 817-515-6559
Baptist Student Ministry
Our purpose is to provide a ministry to the campus community, leading them toward
faith in God through Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, guiding them in Christian growth
and discipleship, and involving them in responsible church membership.
Advisor: Eliud Gutierrez, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6395
Our purpose is to enhance and support the academic growth and development of the TCC
student through peer and faculty mentoring and community involvement.
Advisor: Kristin Byrd, email@example.com, 817-515-6842
Our purpose is to give students interested in broadcasting a chance to further their
education by utilizing their knowledge in projects involving radio and television.
We also introduce members to guest speakers and other people involved in radio, television
and other forms of media.
Advisors: Jerry Zumwalt, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6903; Adrian Neely, email@example.com, 817-515-6465
Catholic Student Union
Our hope is to provide a place where students can fellowship, build healthy relationships,
and develop in the community.
Advisor: Tim Sebesta, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6959
Our purpose is to provide an alliance between mature members of the community. Our goal
is to attempt to provide an environment of support, encouragement, and friendship.
Cynthia Savage, email@example.com, 817-515-6614
Debra Sykes West, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6150
Stephanie Scroggins, email@example.com, 817-515-6652
Circle of Nations @ TCC Club
Our club is for students who are interested in the American Indian language and culture. Membership
is open to all students.
Marjeanna Burge, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6908
Linda Quinn, email@example.com, 817-515-6023
Lisa Uhlir, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6928
Cisco Users Club
The Cisco Users Club is founded on the principle of sharing knowledge in order for
everyone involved to further their understanding of computer networks. Our focus is
discussing network infrastructure, both hardware and software, with the emphasis on
Cisco technologies. We strive to foster an environment of learning and camaraderie.
We meet every Saturday at noon in NHSC 1211.
Advisor: Neil Brooks, email@example.com, 817-515-6125
Creative Writing Club
The Creative Writing Club is for anyone interested in writing fiction, poems, memoirs,
screenplays or any creative writing. We read and critique each other’s work, hear
from faculty or local writers on writing, and share advice on publishing. Join us!
Advisor: Rebecca Balcarcel, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6539
We welcome all from the campus community who are interested in dance in its many forms. Master
classes, discussions, film viewings and other social activities are focused on different
styles of dance. No previous training is needed.
Advisors: Linda Quinn, email@example.com, 817-515-6023; Kihyoung Choi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our purpose is to spread awareness of the dramatic arts on campus and throughout The
Metroplex. Membership is open to registered students at TCC.
We are a group of students interested in continuing the study of the Spanish language
beyond the scope of courses normally available.
Advisor: James Palmer, email@example.com, 817-515-6932
We are an organization made up of all singing and choir students dedicated to furthering
our interests in vocal music through concerts, recitals and lectures. We support the
TCC Northeast choir program by representation at Fall Fest, Spring Fest, etc. We also
support the TCC Northeast Music Department through many varied activities.
Advisor: Bobbie Douglass, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6570
Our club is for students who are interested in francophone culture, cuisine, community,
conversation, service, leadership in the community, and fun! Membership is open to
Advisors: Mary Williams, email@example.com, 817-515-6662; Lisa Arth, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6662
The purpose of the club is to provide students with the opportunity to experience
different games, game consoles, and gaming culture as a whole in a friendly environment.
Advisor: Adrian Neely, email@example.com, 817-515-6465
Our club is here to give all interested students an opportunity to increase their
understanding and promote a greater appreciation of the geosciences within the TCC
Advisor: Kevin Barrett, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6352
Our club is for students who are interested in the German language and German culture.
Membership is open to all students.
Advisor: Maddalena De Nicola, email@example.com, 817-515-6538
Our purpose is to give students the opportunity to explore guitars, extend their knowledge
of the instrument and to encourage and stimulate interest in guitars within the student
body. We also organize and attend events which promote education such as but not limited
to speakers, workshops, critique sessions, and other guitar focused events.
Advisors: Karen Parsons, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6567; Jan Ryberg, email@example.com, 817-515-6497
I & U Child Development Club
Our club is for any TCC student interested in advocating for children, learning best
practices, education children, and learning more about child development.
Advisor: Lisa Self, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6915
We are a multicultural organization open to all students that promote multicultural
awareness and emphasize academic excellence. We encourage student involvement in campus
events to help foster appreciation for the various cultures, nationalities, ethnic
groups, and languages represented in the TCC population and the community.
Angela Pettit, email@example.com, 817-515-6543
Marsha Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6403
Mary Williams, email@example.com, 817-515-6662
Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Eta Chapter
The purpose of our chapter shall be to promote excellence in, and recognize outstanding
contributions to, education. Membership in this organization requires sophomore standing
(30 hours), completion or in the process of completing 12 hours of professional education
or child development courses, and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher for all coursework completed.
Candidate should exemplify worthy educational ideals, express an intention of continuing
in the field of education, and give evidence of leadership abilities. Please see the
advisor for more information.
Advisors: Lisa Self, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6915; Rosa Mendez, email@example.com, 817-515-6301
Martial Arts Club
Our purpose is to bring together students who share an interest in the martial arts,
to serve as a bridge between cultures, increase exposure to other styles, and promote
Advisor: Shane Whitehead, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6910
Math Club "Infinity"
We provide students and others interested in mathematics with an avenue to learn more.
We will meet to discuss topics of the TCC Math Competition and other topics selected
by the club members. Membership is open to all students.
Advisor: Kimberly Campbell, email@example.com, 817-515-6363
Northeast Art Association (NEAA)
We seek to assist students with their creative endeavors, help them develop personal
and professional goals, enable departments to collectively produce better products,
and enable all student-based clubs that are art related to collectively offer feedback
to departmental faculty.
Advisors: Richard (Scott) Parker, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6379; Andrew Stalder, email@example.com, 817-515-6063
Northeast Campus Association of Potters & Sculptors (NECAPS)
We are association of students enrolled in 3D ceramics classes. We sponsor workshops
for visiting potters and sculptors and promote ceramics via the Mad Potter’s Tea and
Christmas Sale. Volunteers make bowls for the North Texas Area Food Bank every year
and participate in the Fort Worth city-wide celebration of Mayfest, as well as other community
Advisors: Mary Becker, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6833; Karmien Bowman (still on sabbatical), email@example.com, 817-515-6693
Northeast Veterans Association (NEVA)
We are focused on uniting all military personnel including veterans, active duty,
reservists and guards. We also welcome family members and friends of veterans. We
host social functions and networking opportunities. In addition, we will provide programs
related to the needs of veterans and dependents such as information on benefits, and
counseling to help with the adjustment to college and life after serving in the military.
We will also attempt to continue our service to the community through joint projects
with other on campus clubs both academic and social.
Advisor: David Sallee, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6565
Organization of Latin American Students - Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (OLAS - TACHE)
Our purpose is to promote the success and overall advancement of all Latinos and students
of Spanish descent. Our focus is in the areas of academics, social and cultural awareness. Membership
is open to all students.
Advisor: Natalia Verjat, email@example.com, 817-515-6541
PALS (Self Advocate Group)
We envision a community that respects the diverse needs of all its citizens, and provides
unlimited opportunities for personal development, self-worth and leadership skills.
Advisor: Yolanda Bryant, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6500
Open to all TCC students, our club gives students the opportunity to explore multiple
areas of percussion; Brazilian, Afro-Cuban, West African, Symphonic, and contemporary
applications. Our purpose is to broaden students’ knowledge of the cultural and ethnic
diversity of the instruments and rhythms. Our primary goal is to encourage and increase
awareness of percussion throughout the TCC student body. We organize and attend events
such as concerts, and master classes or other percussion events that promote education.
Advisor: Warren Dewey, email@example.com, 817-515-6434
Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Tau Chapter
Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society of the two-year college. Students
are invited to join in the fall and spring semesters. Membership eligibility requires
that a student is enrolled in credit classes, has completed a minimum of 12 semester
hours at TCC, with a 3.5 GPA in the 12 hours preceding invitation, and has an overall cumulative
GPA of 3.0.
Shewanda Riley, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6507
Debra Sikes, email@example.com, 817-515-6508
Stacy Stuewe, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6943
Jared Landin, email@example.com, 817-515-6677
Jeanell Buck, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6147
Ping Pong Club
Our club is for ping pong enthusiasts of all levels. We meet most days in the west
lobby of NHPE Building. Whenever you have a break between classes, come play ping
Advisor: Kevin Harper, email@example.com, 817-515-6621
Interested in going to Pharmacy school? This new student organization offers an opportunity
to do mock PCAT, mock admissions interviews, personal statement essay tips, meet pharmacy
school recruiters, learn about the PharmCAS application system, meet a local pharmacist,
and participate in community service fundraisers and volunteer activities. Most importantly
you will learn about the pharmacy school applications process. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org to join or log on my.tccd.edu and enroll there.
Advisor: Jean Maines, email@example.com, 817-515-6955
Our purpose is to promote an interest in journalism and provide opportunities for members to increase their knowledge of journalism and the newspaper process. Meetings will be held in Room 1124 of the Communication Arts Building every Wednesday at 2 p.m.
All students are encouraged to participate in the publications program by submitting
letters to the editor (firstname.lastname@example.org) or news tips to the Student Publications Office on Northeast Campus, NCAB 1124 or The Collegian, Tarrant County College, 828 W. Harwood Road, Hurst, Texas 76054-3299.
Students are also invited to call the editorial staff at 817-515-6391 or the advertising
staff at 817-515-6323.
Advisor: Eddye Gallagher, email@example.com, 817-515-6307
Our goal is to provide an alliance between all members of the community by providing
an environment of support, encouragement, friendship, and discussion among all peoples,
regardless of sexual orientation by building a community based on tolerance and acceptance.
We will proactively promote good communication and awareness to empower all the people
around us. Membership is open to all students currently enrolled at TCC. Meeting dates
and times will vary and be published on the Spectrum Club’s Blackboard Web page.
Advisors: Andrew Rodriguez, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6272; Bethany Wineinger, email@example.com
Psi Beta - National Honor Society in Psychology
Our mission is to promote professional development of psychology students in two-year
colleges through promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership,
research and community service.
Advisors: Yvonne McCoy, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6305; Michael Leffingwell, email@example.com, 817-515-6548
Our mission is to enrich students’ knowledge of psychology and its application at
TCC NE. We bring together students with an interest in psychology, service, and leadership.
One of our goals is to educate the campus and the surrounding community about psychology.
Advisors: Michael Leffingwell, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6548; Yvonne McCoy, email@example.com, 817-515-6305
We encourage support and input from outstanding students to reach out to prospective
students and to the community. Students selected to serve as ambassadors will represent
the College, the campus, and the student body during special campus events, high school
outreach, conferences, and other outreach events.
Advisor: Cheryl North, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6520
Student American Dental Assistant Association (SADAA)
We promote the profession of dental assisting through monthly industry-related presentations
and community outreach opportunities. Students gain a working knowledge of the professional
organization at a local, state, and national level. Students must be a member of the
American Dental Assistant Association (ADAA) and enrolled in the NE Registered Dental
Assistant Program to be a member of this organization.
Advisors: Karen Medina, email@example.com, 817-515-6133; Laurie Semple, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6151
Student Billiard's Association
We aim to improve skill, knowledge and respect of the game of pool for our students,
as well as express courtesy towards all members and nonmembers. Membership eligibility
requires that a student is enrolled at least part-time at TCC.
Advisor: Daniel Lim, email@example.com, 817-515-6627; James Branch, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Chaper of the American Dental Hygiene Association (SCADHA)
We promote the art and science of the profession of dental hygiene. Students gain
a working knowledge of the professional organization at a local, state and national
level. Students must be currently enrolled in the NE Dental Hygiene Program to be
a member of this organization.
Advisor: Lisa Englehart, email@example.com, 817-515-6550
Student Earth Advocates
We focus on spreading an understanding of our earth and its environment both within
TCC as well as our community. We will provide avenues for earth science education
through speakers, field trips as well as community service activities. We will also
act as a forum to spread scientific awareness of earth and environmental activities
around the community.
Advisors: Meena Balakrishnan, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6360; Mark Reed, email@example.com, 817-515-6310
Student Government Association (SGA)
We provide the voice for the student body and facilitate changes in policy and practices.
In addition to these duties, we also provide leadership to NE Campus and represent
the College and student body to the community.
Advisor: Cara Walker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Paralegal Association (SPA)
We provide our members with valuable information relating to the paralegal profession,
and assistance in locating volunteer opportunities and networking possibilities. We
also foster support, study opportunities, and communication among the members of our
Advisors: Karen Silverberg, email@example.com, 817-515-6277; Pat Rake, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6924
Student Political Awareness
We promote student awareness of current events and social/political issues concerning
our society and the world.
Advisor: Cheryl North, email@example.com, 817-515-6520
We challenge students to improve their skills in tennis. Students will have the opportunity
to participate in tournaments.
Advisor: Tim Sebesta, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6959
Ultimate Frisbee Club
We provide a time that all students interested in Ultimate Frisbee can play and learn.
Advisor: Eli Koenn, email@example.com, 817-515-6581
This club is for all players, whether you've never played before or you were team
captain in high school. We are all here to have fun and develop as a team. Maybe once
we are ready we can think about competing with other schools.
Advisor: Mark Reed, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-515-6310
Updated October 12, 2017