Clubs and Organizations


Student clubs and organizations are sanctioned by the College administration according to the belief that each renders a particular service to the College and to the student body. No effort is made to manipulate decisions regarding activities or projects of the organization, but the College expects all student organizations to conduct their affairs in a manner appropriate to proper codes of conduct and in accordance with institutional policies and regulations.

All student group-sponsored activities on the College campus are to be sponsored by one of the recognized clubs or organizations and its advisors. Club promotional and money-making ventures involving the public must be cleared through the Office of the Dean of Students Affairs.

New clubs and organizations are required to petition the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs for official recognition. The four requirements to become a registered organization at NCTC are:

  • 7 student members
  • A full-time or part-time employee must advise the club or organization
  • A constitution
  • A student organization registration form

The Office of Studdent Life will also provide assistance in the formation of clubs and organizations to meet student needs and interests. For more information about starting a club at NCTC, visit studentlife.nctc.edu or contact the Office of Student Life at (940) 668-3330 or studentlife@nctc.edu. For a current list of active student organizations visit studentorg.nctc.edu

Campus Activities Board (CAB)
CAB’s primary purpose is to provide district wide student activities as well as off-campus activities for NCTC.

Cosmetology Student Association (CSA)
CSA creates a link between the students of the Cosmetology Department and other student organizations and the rest of the campus community through participation in a wide variety of student activities.

Esthetician Student Association (ESA)
ESA creates a link between the students of the Esthetician program and other student organizations and the campus community. ESA works to better serve the students through education outside the classroom and the financial support of the ESA program.

Fellowship
Membership in this non-denominational Christian student organization is open to persons of all faiths.

FOCUS
Fellowship of Christian University Students creates a place for both Christian and Non-Christian NCTC students to build relationships and to learn about Christ.

Gaming Club
The NCTC Gaming Club is for students who enjoy gaming. Students discuss latest game releases, the developmentprocess of favorite games, and work on gaming projects together. This club is for any student no matter what their major.

Horticulture Society of North Central Texas College
This organization focuses on horticulture education while promoting the NCTC Horticulture Program and its students. The society participates in horticulture programs and activities such as the annual plant sale and field trips as well as campus beautification projects. The society also pursues opportunities to partner with Master Gardener and local interest groups within the NCTC service area.

Lambda Epsilon Chi
This club’s purpose is to develop a better understanding in the criminal justice field and to improve skills in handling fire arms. Members of this organization seek to enhance the image of law enforcement

Latino Leadership Council (LLC)
LLC is on the Corinth and Gainesville Campuses. Although they are separate student organization they each provide leadership skills, volunteer opportunities and fun activities for its members

Phi Theta Kappa Society
The world’s oldest, largest and most prestigious association of community college honor students, recognizes and promotes academic excellence on 1,200 community college campuses around the world. The Psi Iota Chapter was chartered on the North Central Texas College campus in 1972. More than $36 million in transfer scholarships have been designated by 600 colleges and universities for Phi Theta Kappa members only. Membership requirements include a GPA of 3.5 or higher, a total of at least 12 transferable credit hours from NCTC, and currently enrolled for at least 6 credit hours.

Residence Hall Association (RHA)
RHA is the voice for the residents in the halls. RHA will plan programs and activities for the residents. RHA is the organization that every residence hall student automatically belongs to and the objective of RHA is to be a social and community service organization. RHA has 4 elected officers (President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer), 1 advisor, and a number of committee chairs (Activity, Advertising, School Spirit, Community Service, etc.). RHA holds monthly general assembles, weekly officers meetings, and hosts monthly social events for the members.

Student Government Association (SGA)
Members of this officially recognized representative body are elected by fellow students to communicate the interests and concerns of the student body to the Board of Regents, administration and faculty. SGA makes recommendations regarding student interests and policies to the administration. In addition, SGA helps develop campus programming designed to enhance the learning environment through social and cultural activities. By serving as an officer or senator in SGA, students have opportunities to develop and refine leadership and governance skills. Each officially recognized student organization elects a senator to serve and represent the interests of that organization.

Students in Action (SIA)
SIA is an NCTC student based volunteer organization that participates in community service with local organizations and is located on the Corinth campus.

Student Nurse Association (SNA)
The NCTC Student Nurse Association is a constituent of the National and Texas Nursing Student Association. The group acts as a liaison between faculty and students, aids in community health affairs, participates in legislative activities concerning health issues, and appoints delegates to the state convention each year.