Portsmouth clubs & organizations

TCC's student clubs and organizations offer diverse opportunities for you to to get involved in your campus and the community. Joining a club or organization can help you make new friends; develop leadership skills; support causes important to you; and put your classroom knowledge to use.  

Find your club and get involved today! 

Have questions about starting a student organization or club, promoting upcoming events, or reserving space for meetings? Contact:

Alicia Philips
Associate Director, Portsmouth Student Center
Phone: 757-822-2929
Email: aphillips@tcc.edu

Academic-Related

Art League

Purpose: Expand educational opportunities of student artists, encourage interaction between art students and Visual Arts Center alumni, promote independent art events, advocate for student needs at TCC and promote creative ideas and the diverse interests of student artists.

Advisor:
Ed Francis
efrancis@tcc.edu
757-822-1893

Criminal Justice Organization

Purpose: Provide students with educational and networking opportunities in law enforcement.

Advisor:
Richard James
rjames@tcc.edu
757-822-2123

Mu Alpha Theta

Purpose: Stimulate interest in mathematics by providing public recognition of superior mathematical scholarships and by promoting various mathematical activities.

Advisor:
Julia Arnold
jarnold@tcc.edu
757-822-1323

Student Nursing Association (SNA)

Purpose: Mentor the professional development of future nurses and assist in the facilitation of their entrance into the profession of nursing by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities, and career guidance.

Advisor:
Catherine Merritt
cmerritt@tcc.edu
757-822-2738

TCC Student Chapter of The American Welding Society

Purpose: To share welding employment opportunities, skills and techniques as well as offer community assistance.

Advisors:
Walter L. Duke, Jr.
757-822-2004

Marcus Moody
757-822-2771

Honor Societies

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Chi Mu Chapter

Purpose: Organize, recognize and elevate high achievers by offering scholarships as well as career and graduate networking opportunities.

Advisor:
Dr. Nicole Walker
nwalker@tcc.edu
757- 822-2172

Leadership

Student Government Association (SGA)

Purpose: Establish channels of student-faculty-administration communication, to develop campus and college activities, to encourage participation in campus and college life, to develop student responsibilities, and to protect individual and student group freedoms in all areas.

Advisor:
Alicia Phillips
aphillips@tcc.edu
757-822-2929

Service

Rotaract Club

Purpose: Promote scholarship, the development of leadership, and services and cultivation of fellowship among qualified TCC students.

Advisor:
Lessie Bowser-Wharton
lbowser-wharton@tcc.edu
757-822-2270

Nita Wood
nwood@tcc.edu
757-822-2396

Specialized

Anime Club

Purpose: Promote the appreciation of ancient and modern Japanese culture through animation and graphic novels as well as build positive social interaction and camaraderie among students; allow students to enjoy a friendly, peaceful, competitive environment and to increase knowledge of gaming culture and careers.

Advisor:
Kim Lee
klee@tcc.edu
757-822-2410

“Blazin Storms” Club

Purpose: To create opportunities for members to engage in competitive sports; to maintain health, fitness and conditioning.

Advisors:
Vincent Tucker vtucker@tcc.edu
757-822-2206

Dr. James Smith jsmith@tcc.edu
757-822-2628

Freestyle Harmony

Purpose: To create an environment to allow individuals to showcase and/or find their talent with peers who are trying to achieve the same goal. 

Advisor:
Nita Wood
757-822-2396

Jesus in Portsmouth

Purpose: To reach out to the Portsmouth community and have a place for those who are already Christians or just interested in being a part of a bible study or with fellow believers.

Advisor:
Dana Mitchell
757-822 - 2798

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