Student Life

The Office of Student Life engages students through campus activities and programs, promotes diversity and provides student leadership opportunities.  Whether it be a club or activity, leadership or volunteer ... there is something for everyone at WCJC.

Student Handbook


Get Involved

WCJC clubs and organizations are a great opportunity to connect with other on campus, build leadership and networking skills and to engage with campus. 

Student Club Manual

Student Senate

If you are interested in joining Student Senate, email

Honor Societies

Phi Theta Kappa - Zeta Xi Chapter

Phi Theta Kappa recognizes academic achievement at two-year colleges.  PTK offers support from fellow scholars of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, economic levels and fileds of study.  To be eligible for PTK, you must be enrolled at WCJC in an associate degree or certificate program; have complted at least 12 hours of coursework towards an associate or bachelor's degree or at least 6 hours of coursework toward a certificate of one year; and have a minimum cumulative grade point averate of 3.50.

Alpha Delta Nu 

The mission of the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society is to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing. The society encourages the pursuit of advanced degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility. 

Lamda Epsilon Chi - National Honor Society in Paralegal / Legal Assistant Studies

National Technical Honor Society

Student Organizations

Adventure, Sports and Outdoor Club (Advisor: Peter Anderson)

The primary purpose of this club is to provide both intellectual and practical knowledge for students to participate in outdoor activities, ranging but not limited to back country hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, canoeing, rock climbing and kayaking. The secondary purpose of the formation of this cli b is to facilitate the building of a camaraderie or community between the students at WCJC, through group participation in strenuous and enjoyable outdoor activities. 

Alpha Delta Nu (Advisor: Shazia Usman)

Business Club (Advisor: Celine Siewert)

The purpose of the club is to bring together business and accounting oriented students of WCJC for social and professional gatherings that will provide opportunities for education, networking, and otherwise enhancing their opportunities in business.

D&D Club (Advisor: Justin Guidry)

Faith Family Club (Advisor: Jodie Hutchinson)

WCJC Faith Family is a non-denominational Christian student club on campus whose goal is to minister to students and staff by keeping Christ on campus. We meet and engage in weekly Bible study & discussion, serve the campus & community, and create opportunities for students to build relationships that will extend beyond their time at WCJC.

Gaming Club (Advisor: David Woods)

The Gamers Lounge was created by gamers for gamers. We play Card, Board and Video games weekly on the Sugar Land Campus. There is a monthly tournament to test your skills and develop new ones. All WCJC students in good standing are welcome. Come join us to relax and meet new friends. The meetings are every Friday afternoon during the semester in Room 103, in the George Building - Sugar Land campus.

Human Services Club (Advisor: Victoria Schultz)

Mindfulness Club (Advisor: Alexandra Price)

Photography Club (Advisor: Arthur Vallejo)

The purpose of this club is to bring together students who have an interest in photography. The photography club will strive to educate students and provide opportunities for creativity and to see different parts of the world through a lens. 

Psychology Club (Advisor: Jodie Hutchinson)

Spanish Club (Advisor: Hector Weir)

Spanish Club meets every Thursday at 3:30pm on the Sugar Land campus in room 271. From games to fundraisers and outreach, Spanish Club creates a sense of community and establishes meaningful interpersonal connections. Whether you study Spanish or are interested in the language and cultures, all are welcome to join!

TRIO Club (Advisor: Shayna Guerra)

The TRiO SSS Club promotes and supports TRiO SSS and creates a supportive environment for TRiO SSS students. This organization aims to help students overcome socioeconomic barriers to fully participate in college life and surround them with students working towards the same educational goals. The TRiO SSS Club facilitates unity among the TRiO SSS Staff, TRiO SSS participants, students, faculty, and the community.  The members of this organization will strive to maintain high standards of conduct; establish a presence that protects the good name of WCJC, the TRiO SSS Grant, and the community; preserve an atmosphere of free discussion, inquiry, and self-expression that will assure the personal freedom and general well-being of the members.

21 Letter Student Success Club (Advisor: Varun Gupta)

Meets weekly at the Sugar Land campus to discuss personal finances and college success. 

Club Documents

Student Club Manual

New Club Application

Club Renewal

Club Fundraising Approval Form

Off-Campus Activity Request Form / Transportation Request Form

Student Travel Form / Student Travel Participation Agreement

Note: Once you have turned in your club documents, you will be sent the "Risk Management" training, required of all clubs.  This is the last step to becoming a recognized club on campus.

If you have questions about creating a club or registering a current club, email

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