Portsmouth Clubs & Organizations
TCC Portsmouth Campus‘s student clubs and organizations offer diverse opportunities for you to to get involved in your campus and the community. Joining one of the Portsmouth Campus clubs or organizations 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:
Associate Director, Portsmouth Student Center
Purpose: Enhance the delivery of quality healthcare by providing skill and leadership opportunities to health science students in the Pharmacy Technician Program.
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:
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.Advisors:
Anna Mae Taborn
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.Advisors:
Purpose: To provide students the opportunity to meet fellow students sharing an interest in drama and theater, and to provide a comfortable environment to practice and perform the arts.Advisors:
Purpose: To foster an appreciation for gardening, develop skills and knowledge for gardening, provide opportunities for leadership and to distribute the harvest of the campus garden to the student body.Advisors:
Doris E. Stith-Obie
Purpose: To prepare emerging leaders in business by offering students opportunities such as conferences, competitions and projects that help members develop 21st century employment skills.Advisors:
Dr. Karen Jewette
Purpose: To provide a safe place for people of the LGBTQ+ community to come together to have a sense of belonging.Advisor: