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.

Then, complete the Student Club Application and submit to Tonya Howden, Dean of Students, in the Student Services Office. Application materials can be found in the Student Club Handbook.

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.

For more information, please contact club sponsors:

Black Student Union

The purpose of this club is to bring African-American students together to promote better social and academic outcomes, leadership, and positive images on campus and in the community. Members will be expected to participate and volunteer their time in order to benefit from the group. The club will explore resources for minority students and networking opportunities with area professionals. The Black Student Union is open to any current GOCC students.

For questions or more information, please contact:

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.

For questions or more information, please contact club sponsor:

Criminal Justice Club

The Criminal Justice Club provides community outreach and implementation for students with an interest in the criminal justice field.

For questions or more information, please contact:

EMC Student Club

The Early/Middle College (EMC) Student Club is open to current EMC students. The club connects EMC cohorts by providing social activities, academic support, and networking opportunities to ensure student success and program completion.

Interested EMC students should contact:

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.

PTK is always looking for new members, please contact:

Residence Hall Association

The purpose of the RHA is to empower residents of the Devier Student Suites to get involved in their on-campus community. The association is open to any current housing residents.

For more information, contact:

Student Government

Organized to achieve student input and to sponsor events to benefit students. Consults with college administration, may serve on college committees, and coordinates co-curricular and extra-curricular programs.

Interested students may contact:

Visual Arts Club

The purpose of this club is to promote the arts at Glen Oaks Community College. The club is open to any students with a genuine interest in art.

For questions or more information, please contact:

Welding Club

The Welding Club brings students together who share an interest in welding and allows an opportunity to brainstorm and collaborate to create new ideas and projects. The club also gives students an avenue to demonstrate skills and display work. The club is open to any current welding students.

Interested students should contact: