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Clubs & Organizations

As a college, we understand that student success is not solely defined by academic achievement. Through student clubs and organizations, you can find your own niche on campus, connect with students beyond the classroom or your academic program, and develop your leadership potential by engaging in your college community.

To become a member of a current club or organization, please contact the club advisor from the list below.

If you would like to start a new club/organization on campus, you must find at least six students and a full-time faculty or staff member to sponsor your organization. Complete the Club Roster form found in the Handbook for Student Clubs and submit to the club sponsor.

The club sponsor will complete a Club Application form through Etrieve and submit the Club Roster to the Vice President of Student Services. For more details, please see the Handbook for Student Clubs.

GOCC Clubs & Organizations

Agriculture Club

The purpose of the Agriculture Club is to bring students together who have an interest in agriculture and in promoting sustainable agriculture within our community. The club is open to any GOCC student.

Alpha Alpha Alpha

Tri-Alpha is the National Honor Society for First-Generation College Students. Students who have earned 30 credit hours towards an associate’s degree, and have achieved an overall GPA of 3.2 qualify to join the honor society.


The American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) is the leading national organization that champions women and maximizes their potential at community colleges. Membership is open to everyone.

Computer Gaming Club

The purpose of this club is to promote interest in computer gaming and its benefits to math, reading, critical thinking, and social skills. The club is open to any GOCC students, faculty, or staff.

Delight Women's Ministry

The purpose of the club is to launch, grow, and sustain a Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms personal stories. The club is open to currently enrolled students who want to grow their faith in fellowship with others.

Hispanic Student Alliance

The purpose of the Hispanic Student Alliance is to build a sense of community among Hispanic students and empower students on campus to be positive role models. The club is open to any GOCC student.

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is an organization whose sole purpose is to recognize as well as promote scholarship and community outreach. Phi Theta Kappa is a wonderful opportunity for Glen Oaks students to give back and become active members of our campus.

Rainbows and Allies

The purpose of this club is to provide a place for LGBTQ+ students and allies to get together, organize and have fun. The club is open to any currently enrolled student.

Student Government

Student Government is currently inactive. Interested students may contact Tonya Howden.

Student Nurse Service Club

The purpose of this club is to to engage Nursing students in service to the community. Open to any Nursing students at GOCC.

Study Abroad Club

The purpose of this club is to promote international studies and to assist student travelers with fundraising and appropriate training. The club is open to any GOCC students interested in the Study Abroad program.

Visual Arts Club

The purpose of this club is to promote the visual arts within the campus community. The Visual Arts Club is open to any currently enrolled student interested in participating in and promoting visual arts.

Welding Club

The purpose is to provide opportunities for Career Technical Education students, particularly those who take courses in Welding. The club is open to any students who participate in CTE Welding, who are enrolled in Welding courses, or who are pursuing a Welding certificate or degree.