Lone Star College-Tomball provides students with many opportunities for becoming involved in the college community beyond their classroom activities. Various student organizations allow creative and energetic outlets for student's academic, career, cultural, and recreational interests and needs.
Shannon Marino-Program Manager
Campus Crusade for Christ
Cheer is an organization of people who encourage school spirit, set good role modeling skills, as well as encouraging students to attend sport games at Lone Star College-Tomball.
Advisor: Maria Chomiak
President- Megan Camden
Vice President- Lauren Elliot
Secretary Ema Bogue
Treasurer- Dominique Waters
Want to learn more about cheer club and all of the amazing things at hand? Check out their member constitution to find out more!
The Lone Star College-Tomball Chess Club is for students who love the strategy and skill of chess to get together and share their enthusiasm.
President: Cruz Castelan
Vice President: Cameron Tucker
Secretary- Jeffery A. Rodriguez
Treasurer- Eric Zett
SLC Rep.- Thomas (Bishop) Hoang
Additional Officer- Sarah Piercy
Office: S-153 J
Think you can play chess with the best of them? "Check" out the Chess Club constitution to find out more about them.
The purpose of this club is to provide friendly and comptitive collectible card game tournaments, to participate in tale top games, and to participate in regional events for collectible card games. Creative Hobbies is a student organization whose aim is to enjoy recreational and competitive hobbies including trading card games, board games, and role playing.
Fancy yourself the King (or Queen) of Games? Learn more about the Creative Hobbies club by reading their constitution
Office: E-271 G
Office: E-210 G
President- Jason Thorn
Vice President- Brandon Snyder
Secretary- Patrick Estes
Treasurer- Kevin Downs
SLC Rep.- Mollye Grissom
Additional Officer (Historian)- James Burzynski
The purpose of this organization shall be to further the study of the German language and culture at LSC-Tomball through scholarly and educational events on campus and in our extended community.
Advisor: Brenda Bauske
President: Carla Kinard
Vice President: Taylor Adam and Andrea Batchelor
Secretary: Stephen Gilbert
Treasurer- Francisco Najera
SLC Rep.- Shawn Runion
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Intrigued by all things German? Immerse yourself and find out more by reading the Deutsch Klub constitution.
The purpose of this organization is to create a common bond no matter what culture, thnicity, gender, race, religion, and/ or sexuality we will stregnhen one another by coming together and offering support, guidance, and long lasting friendship.
President- Bianca Rodriguez
Vice President- Jeffrey Rodrigue
Secretary- Brooke Bettis
Treasurer- Karen Castillo
SLC Rep.- (Open)
Historian- Adam Elwan
Want to learn more about our diverse organization here at LSC-Tomball? Check out their member constitution to find out more!
The purpose of LSC-Tomball's Drama Club is to promote interest in the theatre with the community. To introduce members to quality theatre through regular chapter meetings, rehearsals, and performances that deal directly with the LSC-Tomball theatre productions, to share information and experience about theatre and to promote service projects in whihch students will be involved in the community through the theatrical production.
Office: E-175 C
Inside Black Box Theater
President- Kelsey Finstad
Vice President- Ali Garrett
Secretary- John Price
Treasurer- Alyss Mouton
SLC Rep.- Ali Garrett
Additional Officer (Historian)- Emily McClennen
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Do you wish to find out more about the fantastic world of theatre? Read over the Drama Club constitution to see if you fit the part.
The ECO Club promotes student awareness of the environment as well as promoting a more friendly way of living.
Office: W-204 F
President- Katie Johnson
Vice President- Lauren Jeter
Secretary- Darlene Estrada
Treasurer- Scott Badal
SLC Rep.- Zujaja Fatima
Additional Officer (Public Relations)- Victoria Parker
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Are you a lean, green, environmentalist machine? See if the ECO Club can help you make a difference in the natural world by reading their constitution.
Gay Straight Alliance
The purpose of the gay straight alliance is to promote a safe environment for students of all orientations, to advance knowledge and communication, build bridges, and to foster tolerance and acceptance for all.
President- Melissa Leggiero
Vice President- Troy "North" Oldham
SLC Rep.- Andrew Dang
Do you promote peace between people of different sexual orientations? If you're looking to be a part of the Gay Straight Alliance, be sure to read their constitution.
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Honors Student Organization
The Honors Student Organization acts as a division of the Honors Program. The Honors Student Organization offers Honors students a forum for discussion and fellowship that enhances the Honors Program by planning and presenting programs of both an academic and social nature, encouraging the development of leadership among its members while offering service to the college. HSO shall also seek to identify, recruit and challenge academically motivated students and offer the faculty the opportunity for innovation and renewal.
Wish to join the Honors Student Organization? Take a look at their constitution to find out more about them.
Office: E-213 T
President- Larry Gerhardt
Vice President- Lexis Temofonte
Secretary- Kristina Havens
Treasurer- Jared Nelson
SLC Rep.- Austin Baron
Additional Officer- Lauren Galley
Inkling-Creative Arts Magazine
The Inkling is the Creative Arts magazine of Lone Star College-Tomball, and is published every spring in April. The magazine contains short stories, poems, and art pieces from students. These entries are chosen by a board made up of staff members who review each entry submitted each year.
President- Chris Baker
Vice President- Rachel Eckert
Secretary- Abigail Ferguson
Treasurer- Shana Dudley
SLC Rep.- (Open)
Additional Officer- (Open)
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Japanese Culture/ Anime Club (JCAC)
The purpose of this organization is to promote the knowledge and appreciation of Japanese animation (anime), Japanese culture and subculture.
President- Michael Coley
Vice-President- Miller Walker
Secretary- James Bursynsri
Treasurer- Linda Tran
SLC Rep.- Derek Wyland
Historian- Richie Burns
Eager to learn more of this Japanese sub-culture? If the Anime Club sounds interesting, read their constitution to find out more about them.
Le French Club
The purpose of this organization is to further the study of the French language and culture at Lone Star College-Tomball through educational events on campus and in our extended community.
Mary Pat Trenkle
Office: S-257 H
Parlez-vous français? If you're looking to learn more about Le French Club, go ahead and look at their constitution.
President- Robert Jeremy Howard
Vice President- Natasia Ramrez
Secretary- Ashley Hall
Treasurer- Robbie Nehls
SLC Rep- Krysten Williams
The Math Club is dedicated to promoting interest in proficiency in the Mathematical Sciences.
Office: N-109 H
President- Elizabeth Beaver
Vice President- Provida Powell
Secretary- Darlene Estrada
Treasurer- Andrew Matej
Read the Math Club constitution to learn more about this student organization.
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Do you love math? Check out their member constitution to find out if this organization is right for you!
LSC-Tomball Men's Soccer Club stronglyhelps provide team unity and promote the skills of soccer.
President- Darwin Lopez
Vice President- Cristosal Pinan
Secretary- Vick Martinez
Treasurer- Mark Kingen
SLC Rep.- Oliver Killan
Additional Officer- Rodrigo Munuz
The Mission is a group of young adults who desire to see the heart of Christ displayed on our campus and in the surrounding area through honest and open community, loving like Jesus, and living life on mission.
Ruth E. Stitt
President- Evan Elder
Vice President- Lindsey Davis
Secretary- Jordan McCourt
Treasurer- Daniel Simoni
SLC Rep- Erin Simoni
Additional Officer- Miguel Garcia
Music Club is dedicated to those with a passion for music. The club studies all aspects of music, and presents musical performances around campus throughout the year.
President- Tom Savage
Vice Presudent- Ryan Reid
Treasurer- Nathan Lockhart
SLC Rep.- Lukas Saylor
Additional Officer- (Open)
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Check out the Music Club's constitution and see if it is the club for you.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is an honors organization for two year colleges. Membership is by invitation only and a 3.5 GPA has to be maintained. PTK meets every Monday at 6:00 p.m., and alternates between holding meetings in the Commons at the Tomball Campus and Luby's at the University Park campus.
Office: S-257 M
Want to be a member of this honor society? Read the constitution for Phi Theta Kappa and find out more.
President- Erin Simoni
Vice President- Carla Kinard
VP. Chaptor Operations- Larry Gerhardt
VP. Leadership- Lexis Temofonte
SLC Rep- Roma Hardy
P.I.L.L.S. (Pharmacy Informational Learning and Leadership Society)
The purpose of this organization is to enhance the knowledge, skills, behavior, and performance in the pharmacy profession. To learn exemplory pharmacy care through quality education, dedication, leadership, and community participation.
Office: HSB 111A
President- Raynee Mendez Jr.
Vice President- Adrian Carpenter
Secretary- Adrienne Johnson
Treasurer- Debbie Dillard
SLC Rep.- Nancy Ruvalcaba
Additional Officer (Historian)- Mattie Webster
The purpose of this organization is to educate and inform the student body on the field of Psychology and to assist them in developing a career plan in the field.
President- Kristina Havens
Vice President- Ashley Hall
Secretary- Lauren Galley
Do you like psychology and all the mind sets at hand? Check out their club member constitution to find out of the Psychology Club is right for you!
The purpose of ROTARACT Club is to offer LSC-Tomball students academic benefits through "Service Learning" credit program, social involvement in community projects, and good ol' fashioned fun at festivities and celebrations!
Davia L. Renato
President- Ana Feria
Secretary- Shalynne Foster
Treasurer- Brandon Wait
Student Nurses Association
SNA is a club made up of students in the nursing program. Their club educates the rest of the student body the different aspects of what it takes to be a nurse. Nursing is the fast track to the medical field and the rest of your life. Nurses make a difference.
Learn more about this student organization by reading their constitution.
President- Alyson Monson
Vice President- (Open)
Secretary- Mary Stevens
SLC Rep.- (Open)
Additional Officer- Vickie Carlyle
Student Occupational Therapy Association
The Purpose of SOTA is to provide carmaraderie between the Level 1 and Level 2 OTA students along with increasing the awareness of occupational therapy both on campus as well as in the community.
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Annual SOTA Activities: Fall Fest; Holiday Fest; Adopt a Family for Thanksgiving & Christmas; Community visits at Brookwood & My Own Home; Activities Mart; AOTA Conference; TOTA Conference; Easter Egg Hunt; Valentine's Love Baskets to Personal Care Home; Galveston UTMB work collaboration; Power Trip.
Office: S-204 B
President- Madison Estes
Vice President- Rebecca Strong
Secretary/ Treasurer- Sandra Brueckner
Activity Coordiantor- Shannon moreau & Angie Holley
SLC Rep.- Elziabeth Holland & Leah Minter
Marketing Coordinator- Lindsey brelsford & Sarah Hoskins
Take a look at this student organization's constitution to find out more information.