AC NEWS


Student Clubs & Organizations

 

     A variety of clubs and organizations—including academic, social, special interest and honor societies—are available to all Amarillo College Students. The Student Life Office serves as the focal point for more than 40 registered student organizations on campus. Student organizations build leadership within the group and take part in various events throughout the year. Below is a list of active student clubs or organizations on campus. See something that interests you? Contact the club sponsor for more information. If not, click on the Start a Student Club link for steps to creating a brand new organization. We are eager to help students make their Badger experience a memorable one!

For more information about registered student organizations, please contact the Student Life Office at 806-371-5322 or studentlife@actx.edu or visit us in the College Union Building, The Burrow (Basement).

Clubs and Organizations PDF Download

 

Amarillo Campus Clubs

 

A non profit educational service organization formed to support students in engineering and promote engineering as a career.

ACES encourage students to achieve full potential in careers in the engineering field.  As leaders, ACES develop the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life and reveal the value of diversity.

ACES is dedicated to encourage current students in their educational goals, provide a social support system for students, and enhance the image of engineering through community programs.  We invite all engineering, math, science, architecture, and computer science majors to join us in reaching our goals.  We have many activities throughout the year which include formal meetings, social events, guest speakers, and community service projects.

ACES strives to provide students with the best combination of leadership, teamwork, and industry skills to be successful once they enter the industry.

Student membership provides students the opportunity to tour local industries and meet practicing professionals while still attending school.
 

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Amanda Kuker, at 806-371-5091.

An organization promoting a positive attitude of students with disabilities. We provide opportunities to network with employers, community members, and most importantly other students. We also offer students the ability to develop leadership skills, focus on goals, and experience volunteer activities.

For more information, please contact the disAbility Services office at 806-345-5639.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Stephanie Jung, at 806-371-5282.

Helping students help themselves to achieve their dreams. The goal of this association is to inspire, instruct, and support students academically, emotionally, socially, and physically.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Dan Porter, at 806-371-5384.

We offer a sense of community for students with an interest in the photographic arts, and expand their knowledge and appreciation of the field.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Rene West 806-371-5654 or Brent Cavanaugh 806-371-5272.

A safe, supportive, loving club that allows AC students, faculty and staff to educate and advocate for the LGBT community. All are welcome.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Ruth De Anda, at 806-371-5212.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, David Van Domelen, at 806-371-5256.

The mission of this organization is to unite the sophomore and freshman classes and conduct fundraisers for seminars and conferences related to sonography.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Megan Chambers, at 806-356-3613.

A non profit organization with the mission of providing the Amarillo area's foster children with items to start their own households upon graduation from high school.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Cathy Frazer, at 806-371-5173.

A home to geeks, nerds, cylons, and computer enthusiasts with a passion for games and voiding warranties.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Dewayne Higgs 806-371-5217, Christopher George 806-371-5374, or Karen Boatman 806-371-5930.

Providing AC students who are interested in Biology  a means by which to interact and communicate with one another, and to provide students with a mechanism by which they can grow professionally and cultivate a further interest in biologically relevant topics.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Tiffany Lamb 806-371-5394 or Sam Schwarzlose 806-371-5236.

A select group of students who serve as college ambassadors to prospective students and the community, since 1929. This organization provides opportunities for outstanding students to receive scholarships and to develop leadership and communication skills through involvement in the College's student recruitment, retention and community relations activities. These students conduct campus tours and represent the student body at many official functions throughout the year.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Richie Garza 806-371-5022 or Amy Guerrero 806-345-5537.

The mission of BSM is "Know Him To Make Him Known." We pray that through involvement with this organization, a student will grow in their relationship with the Lord and will be equipped to share the gospel with those they encounter.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Tiffany Harris, at 806-372-6566.

Have fun learning and discussing chemistry and stimulate interest in chemistry throughout the student body and community.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Jennifer Rabson, at 806-345-5626.

This organization strives to provide students experience with the criminal justice system locally, nationally, and outside of a classroom setting.  In addition, the Criminal Justice Society will seek to build ties with the community through volunteer work, as well as provide employment opportunities and information for future Amarillo College graduates.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Connie Haskins, at 806-467-3156.

Delta Psi Omega is the National Honorary Theater Society for community colleges artists all over the country.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Ray Newburg, at 806-371-5987.

This organization raises awareness of dental education, raises funds for community projects, an annual pinning ceremony, and gifts for clinical sites.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors, Dana Scott, Erica Brassfield, or Cassie Hall, at 806-356-3616.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Don Abel 806-371-5298 or Maddisun Fowler 806-371-5293.

Striving to create a fun and competitive environment in which students, faculty, and staff members may participate in a variety of athletic events and build relationships. Activities occur throughout the year and facilitate men, women, and coed teams.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Trent Oneal, at 806-371-5965.

A Christian club whose membership is open to all students regardless of religious preference.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, William Worthey, at 804-852-0515.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Robin Malone, at 806-345-5671.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Penelope Davies, at 806-371-5901.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Tamra Rocsko, at 806-354-6071.

We exist primarily as a student service organization with emphasis on safety, first aid, and CPR public education. Knowing that the best treatment for most medical and traumatic occurrences is prevention and that education is the key to prevention, education is the primary mission of P.S.A.

Admission to the Paramedic Student Association is open to any student that is enrolled in any advanced EMSP Course and has a desire to participate in PSA activities.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Richard Todd, at 806-354-6069.

The Beta Eta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Amarillo College is dedicated to the nurturing of academic excellence so that opportunity may be provided for leadership training, so that an intellectual climate may be promoted for an interchange of ideas and ideals, and that scholars may be imbued with desire for continuing their education.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Amber Brookshire 806-371-5303 or Calee Follins 806-371-5467.

The Student Nurses Association is an integral part of the Division of Nursing at Amarillo College. Its purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to be involved in activities which support and complement their academic experiences. The S.N.A. is student driven and is guided by faculty advisors. Our overall goal is to be of service to each other, Amarillo College, and the community.

 

The Student American Dental Hygienists' Association of Amarillo College is a category of membership within the American Dental Hygienists' Association (A.D.H.A.). A.D.H.A. is an association dedicated to the advancement and promotion of dental hygiene and is the national professional organization for licensed dental hygienists. S.A.D.H.A. membership is limited to students who are accepted and enrolled in the Dental Hygiene Program. The Amarillo College component of S.A.D.H.A. is active in the local community and provides the student members invaluable opportunities to work on projects with area dentists and dental hygienists to promote oral health in our community.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. J'Nita Collins 806-356-3644 or Lynette Hayhurst 806-356-3664.

Recognizing and rewarding outstanding achievement in English language and literature.

 

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Bryant Manning 806-371-5172, Joshuah O'Brien 806-345-5552, or Karen Taylor 806-345-5579.

SORTS is open to all students formally accepted into a radiological science program (radiography, nuclear medicine, and radiation therapy).

The club is organized primarily to promote the field of radiation therapy through various means. The club also serves as a vehicle for fund-raising for student trips. There are no local or regional conferences for radiation therapy students, so our club focuses on out-of-town travel in order to try to attend a radiological science meeting approximately once each school year.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor, Tony Tackitt, at 806-354-6063.

To act on the behalf of the student body and represent Amarillo College students to the administration and the community by providing student development and activity programming and engaging in service to the community.

 

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Jenna Welch 806-371-5259 or Amber Brookshire 806-371-5303.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Jill Gibson 806-371-5283 or Maddisun Fowler 806-371-5293.

For education majors to get involved with our community and careers.

 

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Dennis Sarine 806-371-5279 or Tammy Conner 806-345-5585.

The Amarillo College Transfer Club provides resources for students seeking to transfer to universities.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Ernesto Olmos 806-371-5447, Pam George 806-371-5448, or Angie Alvarez 806-371-5444.

The Veterans of Amarillo College Together was created to bring all veteran students together for fellowship and to show support for incoming comrades.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Kelly Murphy 806-371-5026 or Al Guardino 806-371-5127.

The LVN club is for students enrolled in Vocational Nursing classes. The club participates in service projects in the community.

 

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors. Kim Smith 806-354-6019 or Trieva Daniels 806-467-6019.

 

Moore County Campus Clubs

 

For more information, please contact the club sponsor Jane Ellen Abondano at 806-934-7254.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors, Friona Denge or Tim Leeper, at 806-934-7239.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor Alexa Maples at 806-934-7233.

For more information, please contact one of the club sponsors, Ashley Mader or Kristen Johnson, at 806-934-7252.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor Rachel Gillespie at 806-934-7233.

Hereford Campus Clubs

 

For more information, please contact the club sponsor Ashley Coffman at 806-457-2720.

For more information, please contact the club sponsor Daniel Esquivel at 806-457-2720.

 


AC EVENTS