Student Organizations


Students that are in student organizations often times improve their leadership skills, meet other students with similar interests, and graduate more often compared to students that are not involved. Click on the red plus sign to learn more about each student organization and to find contact information.

 Active Student Organizations

Fellowship of Christian University Students, Corinth add

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

Student Contact: Jon Smith
Advisor Contact: Brad Davis

Horticulture, Corinth add

The NCTC Horticulture Club focuses primarily on horticulture education while promoting the NCTC Horticulture Program and its students. It will serve to enhance knowledge of the industry, meet industry professionals, introduce students to industry certifications, and build the NCTC Horticulture Program.

Student Contact: Shannon Stacy
Advisor Contact: Ashley Hartman & David Castagno

Spectrum - Alliance, Corinth add

To promote equality, diversity, and educate about LGBTQIA lives at NCTC.

Student Contact: TBA
Advisor Contact: Camillia Dunn

Student Government Association, All Campuses add

To give students an input and voice to suggest activities, programs and possible improvements to NCTC in general, foster a spirit of cooperation between all NCTC employees and the student body, to assist and support the activities and projects of student organizations for the benefit of the entire Student Body, to provide the students a network of communication and leadership to represent and protect the interest of all students and the organizations represented, and to provide a visible student leadership presence at NCTC.

Student Contact: Kiley Hunt
Advisor Contact: Daisy Garcia

Student Nurse Association, Gainesville add

To provide outstanding education for nursing students by supporting in the advancement of the individual. The ideal instills a high level of integrity among students in their dealings with society as they strive for excellence in all endeavors.

Student Contact: SNA
Advisor Contact: Diane Neu

Honor Societies

La Sociedad Honoraria de la Lengua EspaƱola, Corinth add

SHLE is a Spanish honor society that seeks to recognize excellence in the study of Spanish as well as promote understanding and friendship between English and Spanish speakers. Read more on the national homepage.

Advisor Contact: Sara Gottardi, Ph.D

Phi Theta Kappa, All Campuses add

To recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa shall provide 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.

Phi Theta Kappa, PSI IOTA Chapter

Student Contact: TBA
Advisor Contacts: Jill Swarner, Erica C. Thompson

National Society of Leadership and Success add

We are the nation's largest leadership honor society, where top students nominated by their colleges come together to identify and achieve their goals.

NSLS

Advisor Contact: Jaime Provo

Pending Student Organizations

AYBABTU Gaming Club, Flower Mound add

To provide an environment wherein its members may experience any and all forms of multi-person games. The club will also hold discussion on game design and practices (All Your Base Are Belong To Us).

Student Contact: TBD
Advisor Contact: Dax Stokes

Business Professionals of America, Corinth add
The purpose of Business Professionals of America:
  • To provide opportunities for chapter members in leadership and development.
  • To unite in a common professional bond without regard to race, creed, sex or national origin of students enrolled in classes with business, information technology, and/or office occupations as their objective.
  • To develop leadership abilities through participation in career and technical education, civic, recreational, and social activities.
  • To assist students in establishing realistic employment objectives.
  • To create enthusiasm for learning.
  • To promote high standards in ethics, workmanship, and scholarship.
  • To develop the ability of students to plan together, organize, and carry out worthy activities and projects through the use of the democratic processes.
  • To foster an understanding of the functions of labor, entrepreneurial, and management organizations in the American free enterprise system.
  • To develop competent, assertive leaders in business education.
  • To develop and strengthen members’ confidence in themselves and their work.
  • To provide satisfactory social and recreational activities.
  • To foster practical application of business education, information technology, and/or office occupation skills through competition.

E-mail the President: Andres Padilla
E-mail Advisors:  Dee Amaradasa and Yvonne Kirshey

Black Student Union, Corinth add

The purpose of Black Student Union is to create an environment where all NCTC students of African descent as well as others can join a community and be understood. Within the confines of the community our goal is to exchange resourceful information, and raise awareness on topics including but not limited to health, academics, social issues, political awareness and culture.

Our goal as a union is to uplift, empower, support, and bring out the best in our members. We want to be proactive on our campus and in our communities, in hopes of helping these places become more diverse and aware of the world we live in.

Student Contact:
Advisor Contact: Camilia Dunn

Cosmetology Students Association, Gainesville add

CSA coordinates and regulates activities of the cosmetology students for the benefit of the entire cosmetology department and the community; gives cosmetology students an input or voice to suggest activities, programs and possible improvements to the department in general; provides the students a network of communication and leadership which represents and protects the interest of the cosmetology students and the organization.

Student Contact: Amanda Morton
Advisor Contact: Stephanie Lindsey

Latino Leadership Council, Gainesville add

To provide leadership skills, volunteer opportunities, and fun activities for all students at North Central Texas College.

Student Contact: TBD
Advisor Contact: Katie Heldmann

Latino Leadership Council, Corinth add

To provide leadership skills, volunteer opportunities, and fun activities for all students at North Central Texas College.

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Student Contact: TBD
Advisor Contact: Nancy Zamora

Residence Hall Association, Gainesville add

To provide residents an organization to allow them to have a voice on campus and to promote a residence hall community.

Student Contact: TBA
Advisor Contact: Amanda Thompson

Students in Action, Corinth add

The purpose is to be a community service organization.

Student Contact: TBD
E-mail Advisor: Jacklynn Green

Student Activities Board, All Campuses add

To promote, plan and create events at North Central Texas College.

Student Contact: Chris Iversen
Advisor Contact:
Daisy Garcia

Visual Arts Club, Gainesville add

Student Contact: TBA
Advisor Contact: Katie Heldmann

Starting a Student Organization

There are a number of student organizations that range from community service to politics to just having fun, and, if none of the student organizations sound fun, you can form your own. All you need to complete are the following steps:

  1. Find a college employee to be the advisor and seven students interested in the club.
  2. Hold a meeting to vote on a constitution, elect officers, and plan further dates to meet.
  3. Submit Constitution, Student Organization Application, and an Activity Approval Form to the Office of Student Life. The first Activity Approval form should contain all of the student organization's meeting dates, time, and location.

To view the student organization funding process visit NCTC Student Government Association.

For questions regarding how to start an organization contact Student Life Specialist Jacklynn Green, jgreen@nctc.edu.