TCC is home to many student clubs and organizations that provide students the opportunity to get involved on campus.
If you don’t see a club or organization you’re interested in joining, you can start your own. Contact the Office of Student Life for information. The organization registration deadline is October 1 for the Fall and February 1 for the Spring.
*Membership and participation in approved TCC student clubs, organizations, and academic teams is open to all currently enrolled students who have paid the Student Activity and Service Fee for the current semester in which the student is a member or requests to become a member of the student organization.
Clubs & Organizations
Big Sister Little Sister
Big Sister Little Sister Mentoring Program (BSLS) is a nonprofit organization with the mission of impacting women, youth, and communities. Through a wide range of programs that are designed to educate and empower, we strive to make a positive and long-lasting contribution to K - 12 and on campuses nationwide.
Black Student Union
We educate students on cultural awareness, celebrate diversity, and promote Black excellence. Our close-knit community provides a supportive environment for individuals from diverse backgrounds to come together, share experiences, and work towards a common goal of cultural appreciation and personal growth.
Code Busters is a club for anyone interested in learning code languages and creating programs such as webpages, games, simple programs, and more. This club aims to expose students to coding and show it can be easy and fun.
Creative Writing Club
The Creative Writing Club is a supportive community for students interested in writing, reading, and reflecting. Meetings include sharing new work, responding to creative prompts, and participating in writing-inspired events and activities.
Curtain Call works with the theatre director and technical director in the growth and mission of Theatre TCC!
Participants can gain experience with onstage performance or technical aspects, including costuming, props, lighting, and many more.
Advisor - Eva Nielsen - email@example.com
The Engineering Club promotes engagement, education, and advisement for STEM students and students considering careers in STEM-related fields. Academic activities include engineering design contests, research experience with TCC faculty and staff members, help sessions and study advice, and a community atmosphere to best prepare students for their upcoming STEM endeavors.
Environmen-Talons exists to educate and raise awareness of environmental issues in our campus community and to take part in activities that can benefit our campus and local environment.
Join our Esports Club and get access to our Esports Arena, located in the Lifetime Sports Complex.
The Esports Arena is open 2 - 5 p.m. on Monday through Friday for club members.
- Overwatch 2
- Super Smash Bro's Ultimate
- League of Legends
- Rocket League
- Warzone 2
- Modern Warfare 2
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping, and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire, and change the world through the gospel.
Florida Student Power Alliance
Through political education, organizing skills, and issue-based and electoral campaigns, we are building power among young people and fighting for a people-powered government. We envision a Florida where directly impacted youth & student organizers lead the charge toward safe and sustainable communities.
The Gardening Club provides an opportunity for students to learn how to grow their own food by working in the TCC garden.
ICON is a fashion club that provides a space to pursue careers in fashion design and modeling, discuss fashion, and seek style assistance.
Imprint 2 Impact
“Imprint 2 Impact” is an organization designed to help students navigate their thought processes and self-image, and to change how they interact with the world. By enhancing self-awareness, we encourage students to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and synergize our efforts around service to others.
International Student Organization
The International Student Organization is a student-led association that supports and connects international students from various countries with other students and resources on campus. We are dedicated to promoting diversity and establishing international relationships with the TCC campus community.
Mythology & More
Mythology & More allows TCC students who are interested in and passionate about mythology to explore the popular culture surrounding it. We meet to debate the connections between mythology and current events, and host game nights and movie viewings.
3D Printing Club
TCC3D exists to help students learn 3D printing skills. We maintain the 3D printers in the STEM center and help students print whatever they want. We provide access to consumable materials and host creative learning events to develop an understanding of 3D printing.
Ratio Christi @ TCC
Ratio Christi (Latin for ‘The Reason of Christ’) is a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ. Bringing together faith and reason to establish the intellectual voice of Christ in the University, Ratio Christi is planting student and faculty-led apologetics clubs at universities worldwide.
Student Veterans Association
Student Veterans Association (SVA) is a non-political student organization that promotes a fun and inviting atmosphere for members from all branches of prior service and their supporters.
TCC Online Student Alliance
TCC Online Student Alliance (T.O.S.A.) offers students who are enrolled at TCC but cannot participate in clubs in person, an opportunity to feel a part of the college/campus experience as distance learners. T.O.S.A. has provided an online social network for the online student population.
Advisor - Kim Manning - firstname.lastname@example.org
TCC Political Roundtable
TCC Political Roundtable hosts respectful discord among students with a focus on the politics of the world around us, current events, and finer pedantries of policymaking.
Turning Point USA
Turning Point USA at TCC is a chapter founded on freedom, liberty, and justice principles. We are a group of students dedicated to the pursuit of Turning Point USA's mission, which is to identify, educate, train, and organize students to promote the principles of freedom, free markets, and limited government.