TCC Clubs & Organizations

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$ Denotes organizations/clubs that spent $100 or more from Student Activities funds in FY 2010-2011 **

Club / Organization Advisor Contact Student Contact Meetings Type (chart) Campus
AGAPE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Timothy Utton T.B.A   Norfolk
ANIME CLUB Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Rhakeem Thomas T.B.A   Norfolk
ANIME CLUB
Purpose: To enrich the academic environment by stimulating the growth and appreciation of anime as an art form, as well as the awareness and understanding of the Japanese culture.
Dr. Iain McKaig
822-7080
  Thursdays 12:30 p.m. Room D-125 $ Virginia Beach
BAPTIST COLLEGIATE MINISTRY
Purpose: To create an available platform where students can gain access to ministry opportunities and character edification through scripture.
Faith Emmons Heather Sutherland   $
REL
Portsmouth
BEATING THE ODDS
Purpose: Mentor male students in order to increase retention and graduation.
Ann Ambrose Charles Holley First and Third Tuesday 12:30 p.m. $
SPE
Portsmouth
BLACK STUDENT UNION
Purpose: To form multi cultural unity and to aid in achieving common long and short term goals that will enhance and strengthen the solidarity within the community.
Dr. Tim Konhaus
822-7443  
  Bi-monthly Tuesdays 12:30 p.m. Room D-111 Virginia Beach
BUDDHISTS FOR PEACE Mr. Thomas Hilton
822-7435
  Fridays   Virginia Beach
CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST (CRU)
Purpose: An international student organization that exists to provide regular opportunities to impact the community in a positive way through acts of service.

Mr. Rodney Clayton
822-7089

  Please contact advisor for meeting information $ Virginia Beach
CARIBBEAN AMERICAN STUDENT CLUB
Purpose: To cultivate and enhance our African-Caribbean Heritage Campus
Olive Ezell
822-7183  
  T.B.A Virginia Beach
CHESS CLUB
Purpose: To promote the game of chess as a way to develop critical thinking, logic, and planning skills, while promoting student and faculty interaction outside the classroom.  The club also competes with chess club on other TCC campuses as well other colleges
Davd L. Brandt
822-5334
  T.B.A   Chesapeake
CHESS CLUB
Purpose: To provide a forum for students and community members to play chess, and to conduct U.S Chess Federation tournaments, matches and other forms of chess competition.
Mario Scribner
822-7205
  1st Thursday of the month 12:15 p.m. the Snack Bar and G-124
  Virginia Beach
CIRCLE K INTERNATIONAL
Purpose: To promote service, leadership, and fellowship.
Vivian Washington
822-5166
Michelle Bradley TBA $
INT
SER
Chesapeake
COMPUTERS for Student Success
Purpose: Collect and refurbish donated computers and donate the computers to deserving students throughout the College.
Gary Noah
822-7142
CFSS website Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. $ Virginia Beach
COVER TO COVER BOOK CLUB Blair Rhodes
822-1251
L'Tanga Clark T.B.A   Norfolk
CULINARY ARTS CLUB Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Chef Don Averso T.B.A.   Norfolk
DANCE CLUB Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Yana Harris T.B.A   Norfolk
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT CLUB
Purpose: To raise and encourage interest in early childhood education.
Kerry Ragno
822-7604   
  1st Thursday of the month 5:30 p.m. Room E-152 $ Virginia Beach
ECHOES OF EXCELLENCE - CAMPUS CHOIR
Purpose: To unite TCC Students, staff, and faculty and the neighboring community together through the universal language of music.
Annette Mewborn
822-7408      
  Thursdays 12:30 p.m. Pungo Auditorium   Virginia Beach
ENGINEERING CLUB
Purpose: To promote knowledge of science and engineering, to promote mutual acquaintance and good fellowship among students and instructors, and to provide services when called upon in order to present a good image of the college to the community.
Paul Gordy
822-7175
  1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month 12:30 p.m. Room H-160
$ Virginia Beach
F.A.M.E (Fashion Association Emerging Empire) Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Delante Johnson T.B.A   Norfolk
FITNESS CLUB Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Teela Davis T.B.A   Norfolk
FRENCH CLUB
Purpose: To promote interest in the French language and culture through the use of films, food, and other cultural activities
Annette Scavillo
705-5721
Steven Chong
510-1192
1st Wednesday or 1st Friday of each month   Chesapeake
GAMERS ALLIANCE Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Brian Pond T.B.A   Norfolk
GEOLOGY CLUB
Purpose: To go out into the field and for an expeditionary education experience to encounter and understand Virginia geology.
Ms. Ammie Pascua
822-7226
  1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month TBA $ Virginia Beach
HORTICULTURE CLUB
Purpose: To further the art and science of horticulture, while providing fellowship for those interested in horticulture. The club also hopes to stimulate continued interest in horticulture
Ken Spencer
822-5149
Jeny Davis
642-7264
T.B.A   Chesapeake
IDENTITY CLUB
Purpose: To help students raise their self-esteem, to encourage students to find their true identity and to ultimately become a support group for the men and women at the College.
Olive Ezell
822-7183
  Thursday twice a month 12:30 p.m. in Kempsville Building $ Virginia Beach
IGAME (Gaming Club) IG
Purpose: The purpose of iGame is to build positive social interaction and camaraderie among students, allow students to enjoy a friendly peaceful competitive environment, and to increase knowledge
Melody Harvey Mitch L. Banks (ICR) Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. B204 or Firm Lab $
SPE
Portsmouth
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ALLIANCE (ISA) Ms. Olive Ezell
822-7226
  Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m. in Room CW-109   Virginia Beach
JOURNALISM CLUB Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Brian Pond T.B.A   Norfolk
MILITARY AND VETERANS STUDENT ASSOCIATION Tiffany Putman
822-7235
  Please contact advisor for meeting information   All Campuses
MINORITY AFFAIRS
Purpose:  Minority Affairs is an effort to provide cultural enrichment to help improve cross cultural interaction and to improve minority leadership on campus.
Monica Terry, Gwen Smith and Kendra Allen Allex Carver   $
SPE
Portsmouth
MORTUARY SCIENCE AND FUNERAL CLUB
Purpose: To advance mortuary science and funeral studies.
Gary Noah
822-7142
  1st Wednesday of the month 12:30 p.m. $ Virginia Beach
MU ALPHA THETA Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Julia Arnold T.B.A   Norfolk
MUSIC CLUB
Purpose: To foster and appreciation of all performance styles of music, while providing an atmosphere for discussion, knowledge, and collaboration among musicians
Doug Thiele
822-5224
Jesus Ramos
944-0793
Second Monday of each month   Chesapeake
PHI THETA KAPPA
Purpose: Academic Honor Society
Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Rachell Bivens T.B.A   Norfolk
PHI THETA KAPPA
Purpose: Academic Honor Society
Bob Noyes, Emily Wilson,and Gabriela Toletti Bonnie J. Harris Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. on campus $
HON
Portsmouth
PHI THETA KAPPA - PSI UPSILON
Purpose: That academic excellence among TCC-VB students may be nurtured; that opportunity may be provided for leadership training; that an intellectual climate may be promoted for an interchange of ideas and ideals; and that scholars may be imbued with a desire for continuing education.
Mr. Fred Valet
822-7338
  1st & 3rd Thursday of the month at 12:30 p.m. Room CW-109 $ Virginia Beach
RADIOGRAPHY CLUB
Purpose: To provide enrichment, support and assistance to the students at TCC.
Kim Utley
822-7253
  3rd Tuesday of the month TBA   Virginia Beach
RESPIRATORY THERAPY CLUB
Purpose: To recognize and encourage active participation in respiratory sciences among students attending TCC.  The club will strive to further educate and motivates students in the methods, uses, jobs and potential found in respiratory medicine.  the club will also focus on fellowship among its members.
Jennifer Ferguson
822-7413      
  T.B.A   Virginia Beach
ROTARACT CLUB
Purpose: It strives to assist with producing positive, productive young men and women, and enhance their personal well-being while reaching out to neighboring communities.
Betty Perkinson, James Walsh, and Doris Stith-Obie Karen Mundon Tuesdays 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Room A 217 $
SER
Portsmouth
SAAB (Student African American Brotherhood)
Purpose: To assist participants to excel academically, socially, culturally, professionally, and in the community
Eric Hayes
822-5215
T.B.A   Chesapeake
SAAB (Student African American Brotherhood) Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Reason Chandler T.B.A   Norfolk
SCIENCE FICTION AND ASTRONOMY CLUB
Purpose: To relate the fields of communication, sciences and economics through a variety of activities which address the future.
William Conner Jill Choudhury   $
SPE
Portsmouth
SKILLS USA
Purpose: To provide opportunities to learn and practice leadership and employability skills
Bobby Rowe
822-5076
Nicholas Mullins
822-3911
3rd Wednesday of each month in the Regional Automotive Center   Chesapeake
SPANISH CLUB Leonor Sly
822-1137
  T.B.A   Chesapeake
STUDENT AFRICAN AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD (SAAB)
Purpose: To assist participants to excel academically, socially, culturally, professionally, and in the community.
Emmanuel Chestnut
822-7239
  Tuesdays 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m. Room B-100 $ Virginia Beach
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
Purpose: To develop campus and college activities, to encourage participation in campus and college life, to develop student responsibilities within the institution and community, and to protect individual student and group freedoms in academic and social areas.
Varies by campus   Varies by campus $ All Campuses
STUDENT PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS CLUB
Purpose: To create awareness of the field of physical therapy both within the College and the general community.
Virginia May
822-7069
  1st Wednesday of the month 10:45 a.m. Room E-139   Virginia Beach
STUDENT SAFETY AWARENESS Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Shawn Yocum T.B.A   Norfolk
TEAM TCC
Purpose: TCC students will help out the community by volunteering at local vendors, businesses and schools.
Faith Emmons Shanta Brickhouse Tuesdays & Thursdays every other week Afternoon: 12:00 - 1:00 pm Evening: 4:00-5:00 pm SER Portsmouth
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGN
Purpose: A community of people driven by a common love for design and committed to the belief that interior design, as a service to people, is a powerful, multi-faceted profession that can positively change people's lives
Robert Pappas
822-5159
T.B.A   Chesapeake
THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF LEADERSHIP AND SUCCESS (Sigma Alpha Pi) Ronald Gray
822-1003
Louie Gibbs T.B.A HON College-Wide
TIDEWATER BUSINESS CLUB
Purpose: To meet and network with other students who have an interest in business, marketing, entrepreneurship, economics, accounting or finance.
Dr. William Jenkins
822-7201
  Alternate Tuesdays of each month 12:30 p.m. Room G-124 Virginia Beach
TIDEWATER CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Purpose: To establish, assist and encourage students and faculty members who witness the Lord Jesus Christ as God Incarnate, regardless of denomination.
Dr. William Jenkins
822-7201
  Tuesdays 12:30 p.m. Room G-124 $ Virginia Beach
TIDEWATER HISTORICAL SOCIETY Blair Rhodes
822-1251
Shjon Stamps T.B.A   Norfolk
TRAIL AND OUTING CLUB
Purpose: To introduce TCC students to the positive impacts of local ecosystem preservation. While encouraging students to serve the college and community as volunteer ecosystem stewards
Marc C. Wingett
822-5005
Tawine Bellamy
227-1842
T.B.A   Chesapeake
VISUAL ARTS CENTER ART LEAGUE
Purpose: To expand educational opportunities to student artists, to encourage interaction between the art students and the VAC alumni, to promote independent art events and related travel, to increase student commitment to TCC through league sponsored activities, to advocate for the needs of art student at TCC, and to promote creative ideas and the diverse interests of student artists at TCC.
Tom Siegmund Heather Sutherland One Friday a month - at the Visual Arts Center 12:00 p.m. Room 209 $ Portsmouth
VOICES OF PRAISE TCC GOSPEL CHOIR
Purpose: The purpose of Voices of Praise is to be an inspiration through praise and worship in song to the glory of God as we represent our school community.
Laura MacIntyre-Turner Bevalon B. Scott Thursdays 7:00 p.m. Forum/Bldg. A $
SPE
Portsmouth
WILDFIRE
Purpose: To foster a concern among students for their community, to encourage social and religious tolerance (acceptance of all people), and to interest students in the Bible.
Patricia Saffioti Heather West
Paige Gaddy
Thursday 5:15p.m.-5:45 p.m. or Monday 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. $
REL
Portsmouth

** International Student Alliance FY 10/11 - Virginia Beach

Types of Clubs and Organizations

  • ACA = Academic Related
  • CUL = Cultural
  • HON = Honor Societies
  • INT = International
  • POL = Political
  • PUB = Publications
  • REL = Religious
  • SER = Service
  • SPE = Special Interest