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Clubs & Organizations

DCCCD is a community, even when we are far apart.

Ask any college graduate what their favorite memories of college are. Chances are they'll mention at least one that involves hearing a special speaker, attending a live performance, or participating in a club or organization with like-minded people. All these activities are part of the “college experience,” and, at each of the colleges of DCCCD, the Student Life Office is responsible for providing it.

Student Life provides programs and activities to enhance your educational experience. They also host events that are just plain fun, because sometimes you need a break from your intense study and work schedules to recharge.

* Members of student clubs and organizations can get risk management training through an informative video.

College Clubs and Organizations

Each college provides a variety of college-specific student clubs and organizations that we encourage you to join.

We look forward to supporting the community you build through student groups even when we are not all together. Please do not hesitate to contact your student organization advisor with any questions or concerns.

Remember, educational research shows that students who get involved in campus life tend to succeed in their studies!

Joining Student Clubs Online

We are committed to supporting all students and student groups during this unprecedented time. We take great pride in developing and supporting co- and extracurricular opportunities at DCCCD.

Each college Office of Student Life has selected four student clubs to launch in our new virtual platform!  

Even better  the following student clubs and organizations offer open enrollment districtwide. Club advisors available to virtually serve our students and student groups while in-person meetings are temporarily suspended: 

  1. Log in to eCampus. 
  1. At the top of your eCampus page, click on the red Community tab.  
  1. Use the search box to find your chosen organization and self-enroll.  
  1. From the list in My Organizations, click on the community name to enter the community.  


Any club or organization wishing to submit a poster, must do so by sending an email to Debra Jenson. Please include with your request the size of the poster you need (i.e., 22x32, 17x22, 11x17), the date you need the poster, and attach any files containing art or photography you want to have included. All posters must be received at least one week prior to your event.

Club Listings

If you have questions about any of the Clubs and/or Organizations, please contact Adrianne Settles at 972-273-3597.

African Students Union

ASU promotes unity among African students at North Lake and in the local community, and promotes fellowship, leadership, and service among ASU members.
Contact: Willie Kamara, or 972-273-3286.

Animators Club

For people interested in creating computer-animated short films.

Anime Club

For those who enjoy Japanese and other forms of creative animation.

Baptist Student Ministry

BSM is a place to hear about Christianity get questions about it answered. Christians and non-Christians are welcome to come and learn and discuss.

Blazer Ambassadors

The Blazer Ambassadors is a club that promotes goodwill on campus and participates in philanthropic activities, such as the Blazer Student Store, the Santa Bucks program, and various other fundraisers that benefit student life.
Contact: or call (972) 273-3171

Blazer Ambassadors, South Campus

Student leadership organization that sustains the culture of South Campus and creates interaction between the campus and the community.
Requirements: Enroll in at least one South Campus course and complete 20 hours of campus/community service per year.
Contact: Andreshia Kelley

Blazer Ambassadors, North Campus

Student leadership organization that sustains the culture of North Campus and creates interaction between the campus and the community.
Requirements: Enroll in at least one North Campus course and complete 20 hours of campus/community service per year.
Contact: Brock Little

Brother 2 Brother

Brother 2 Brother seeks to improve the educational experience and promote successful college completion among African American and Hispanic male students. B2B participants gather monthly to focus on issues that promote leadership, character, service, and camaraderie. We aim to encourage and empower members to become more actively involved in the larger NLC community.
Contact: Dr. Malcolm Frierson

Christians on Campus

Christians on Campus meets for the growth and mutual encouragement in the Christian life through campus Bible studies, prayer and group gatherings.
Contact:, visit the website, or follow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram

Drama Club

To better its members both as actors of North Lake College and other theatres, as well as members of society. Open to students who have been in a production within the past two years or is currently enrolled in any Drama class.
Contact: or call (972) 273-3568.

G.R.E.E.N (Environmental) Club

Foster sustainable living skills for all students, staff and faculty; cultivate awareness of personal habits and change them as needed to live sustainably.
Contact: Monica Atwell and

Element 77

A club which strives to innovate and strengthen the community by accomplishing STEM projects. Element 77 welcomes students of all majors to expand the field of science.
Contact: Abby Huang,

Elohim Bible Study Club

The purpose of the Elohim Bible Study Group is to represent student interests, to promote North Lake College in the community, to encourage participation in college activities or volunteer services, and to provide an effective channel of communication between recognized clubs and organizations on campus.
Contact: Student Life office, 972-273-3020


Enactus is an international organization that works with leaders in business to mobilize students to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders. Students form teams and apply business concepts to develop outreach projects that improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. Open to all students in business, economics, and related disciplines. Students must be in good academic standing.
Contact Uzo Agulefo:

Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)

The Gay-Straight Alliance is a club open to all students. We focus on promoting community service as well as equality for College LGBTQ Community.

Health Professions Club

Our goal is to facilitate healthy living and responsible citizenship in a rapidly changing local, state and national community.
Contact:, call (972)-273-3251, or visit us in room C303L

Hispanic Heritage of North Campus

Hispanic Heritage is an organization designed to train and develop student leaders who will assist in creating and facilitating interaction between students, campus, and community. Hispanic Heritage will inform students, parents, and community stakeholders about North Campus's mission, philosophy, programs, and activities.
Membership Requirements:
1. Be enrolled in at least one 3-credit-hour class at North Campus.
2. Maintain at least a 2.0 GPA to continue in the organization.
3. Complete a minimum of 30 volunteer hours per year.
Contact: Ania Garcia-Gongora

International Club

To encourage cultural exchange between students from all walks of life. We will meet to learn about other people's cultures and also to plan events to expose the greater campus to International culture.
Contact:, call (972) 273-3385 or visit us in room A418

Jazz Club

Promote Jazz at NLC and raise funds for scholarships and promotional items. Open to students enrolled in the NLC Jazz Ensemble.
Contact: or call (469)213-4742

Journalism Club

Open to all students interested in writing for the school's award-winning newspaper, the News-Register, and promoting college and community projects sponsored by the newspaper.
Contact:, call (972) 273-3498 or visit us in room A234

Logistics and Supply Chain Club

The club provides students and members various networking opportunities with not only fellow classmates but also successful professionals throughout the logistics field. Open to all currently enrolled students at North Lake College.​
Contact: Jeff Wendt,​

Muslim Student Association

Our goal as a group is to inspire a positive influence of who we are as people. Following the word of Islam, we will spread the knowledge of its true beliefs and customs to both Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
Contact Dr. Kay Kouadio:

Philosophy Club

The Philosophy Club is composed of members of the North Lake College academic community who are interested in philosophy and come together to learn about philosophical topics of interest through informal discussion, thereby providing opportunities for informal philosophical and personal exchange among students, faculty, and administrators and encouraging a professional and friendly spirit among those who have exhibited interest and ability in philosophy. We meet once a week on the central campus for one hour. Some of our past topics have included Freedom, God, Death, Beauty, Love, and Friendship.
Contact: or faculty advisor Geoffrey Manzi

Photography Club

To unite NLC photographers into a cohesive unit for peer discussion and review of photographic arts.
Contact:, call (972) 273-3560 or visit us in room A238

Rising Star Club

Designed to assign students who are members of the Rising Star Program to network with the North Lake student body as well as develop leadership skills.
Contact:, call (927) 273-3325 or visit us in room A428C

Speech Club

Open to all students who are interested in enhancing communication skills through oral interpretation, debates and public speaking.
Contact:, call (972) 273-3379 or visit us in room G325

Student Veterans' Association

North Lake College's Student Veterans' Association seeks to fulfill three goals: provide veterans a place to connect with each other, encourage campus involvement, and reach out to serve the community.
Contact: visit the Facebook page, email or faculty advisor Hillary Gallego, or (972) 273-3480


The purpose of this organization shall be to promote student engagement among TRiO SSS students through  community service opportunities, leadership training, club activities, and bi-weekly meetings
Contact: or call (972) 273-3150 or visit us in room A413

Video Club

A video and film production club for students in the Video Technology program. Our aim is to help students find internships and employment opportunities in the video production industry, and also assist students with creating their own artistic projects. Open to everyone.
Contact: or call (972) 273-3571

W.E.O.T.A. (We Expose Ourselves To Art) Art Club

Designed to promote the visual arts at North Lake College and to encourage students to participate in art-related activities. Open to any students enrolled in art classes or any NLC student interested in art.
Contact: or call (972) 273-3577