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Northeast Campus Student Organizations

If you would like to start your own club or organization follow the steps on our Start a Student Organization page, or by emailing Cara Walker at, calling 817-515-6582 or connecting with the Student Activities Office located at NSTU 1502.

If you are a current student, you can access more information about the Northeast Campus student organizations by logging into Canvas.

African Student Organization

We embrace and create awareness of the beauty and strength that lies in the diversity of the people of Africa, as well as their cultures.


American Medical Student Association

AMSA fosters a community of future physicians through education and advocacy. We advocate for quality, affordable health care for all, global health equality, enriching medicine through diversity, and professional integrity, development and student well-being.

Advisor: Daniel O'Connell, 

Anime and Japanese Culture Club

Anime and Japanese Culture Club promotes an understanding and appreciation of anime, manga, and Japanese culture. Our meetings often involve watching anime and participating in fun activities with some aspect of Japanese culture as the topic.


Biology Club

We give students of Tarrant County College chances to further explore the field of biology by increasing awareness of relevant local events and developments, and by hosting our own events and activities.

Advisor: Ginelle Gellert,, 817-515-6221

Campus Ministry International

We are working to establish a community of students united through prayer and God's Word. We plan to reach out to our fellow students with opportunities for prayer and bible studies.

Advisor: Angela Shindoll,

Chemistry/American Chemical Society Club

We invite, motivate and encourage students to explore the many ways that chemistry connects to their world. Our club provides fun, authentic, and hands-on opportunities for members to experience chemistry beyond what is taught in the classroom. We learn about study and career opportunities in the many fields of chemistry, provide service for the betterment of our community, discover and pursue connections within the larger chemistry community, and develop leadership and communications skills.


Computer Science Club

We are building a community based on sharing our knowledge of computer science and building lasting relationships. We will explore topics in programming and computer science to further advance our skills in our respective profession moving forward. Come network with us!


Dance Club

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.


Drama Club

Our purpose is to spread awareness of the dramatic arts on campus and throughout The Metroplex. Membership is open to registered students at TCC.

Advisor: Jacob Cabe,

El Grupo

We are a group of students interested in continuing the study of the Spanish language beyond the scope of courses normally available.

Advisor: Marsha Hall,

Exposure Photo Club

Photographers of varying skill levels are welcome. We meet on a regular basis for the purpose of expanding our knowledge of photographic techniques and cultural influences.

Advisor: A'Isha Malone,

French Club

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 all students.


Gamer's Club

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: Toni Whalen,

Geoscience Club

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 community.

Advisor: Kevin Barrett,, 817-515-6352

German Club

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,, 817-515-6538


We are a vibrant campus ministry that establishes and advances diverse witnessing communities of students and faculty.

Advisor: Andee Rodriguez,

Kappa Delta Pi

Kappa Delta Pi (KPD) is an honor society open to Education and Child Development majors. We provide members with professional development, personal growth, networking and community service opportunities.


LGBTQ+ Pride Club

The LGBTQ+ Pride Club strives to provide a safe social space for all members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies. We exist to uplift, support, and empower our current and future LGBTQ+ and ally student leaders. Through our meetings and activities, we strive to be inclusive of all sexual orientations, genders, races, abilities, religious and social backgrounds, and economic classes.


Math Club Infinity

We provide students who are interested in mathematics an opportunity to learn more through activities, competitions, and seminars covering STEM careers and topics. Other activities include earning service learning hours through peer tutoring, membership in Mu Alpha Theta honor society, and service projects. Membership is open to all students.


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 service projects.

Advisor: Karmien Bowman,, 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: Chris Hunt,

Organization of Latin American Students - Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (OLAS)

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.


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.


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.


Psychology Club

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.


Student Ambassadors

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,, 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.


Student Chapter 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,, 817-515-6550

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: Victor Ballesteros,

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 organization.


Students in Recovery

We provide a supportive community where students in various stages of recovery can achieve academic success while enjoying a genuine college experience free from alcohol and drugs.

Advisor: Angela Shindoll, 

Tennis Club

We challenge students to improve their skills in tennis. Students will have the opportunity to participate in tournaments.

Advisor: Tim Sebesta,, 817-515-6959

Yoga Club

Yoga Club is about learning different styles of yoga while connecting and having fun with your peers. Each meeting will consist of practicing yoga for one hour and exploring everything yoga has to offer.

Advisor: Victoria Babb,, 817-515-6375

Updated September 23, 2021