Metro Student Organizations

African-American Student Association (AASA)
This purpose of this organization is to provide Unity to the students of African-American descent. In addition, to serve as guidance to those same students in educational, cultural and social concerns.
Advisors: Dewayne Dickens, 918.595.7046; Sylvia Muse, 918.595.7071; and Katherine Mitchell, 918.595.7288.

American Dental Hygienist’s Association (ADHA)
This purpose of this organization is to cultivate, promote and sustain the art and science of dental hygiene, to represent and safeguard the common interest of the members of the dental hygiene profession, and to contribute toward the improvement of the health of the public.
Advisor: Cheryl Bates, 918.595.7070.

Arabic Language Association
This purpose of this organization is to encourage the study and understanding of Arabic culture and language; to provide activities that will promote a better understanding of Arabic cultures and languages among the student body of Tulsa Community College; and to provide an awareness of the professional careers for Arabic language scholars.
Advisor: Charlotte Neller, 918.595.7154.

Chinese Language Association
This purpose of this organization is to encourage the study and understanding of Chinese cultures and languages; to provide activities that will promote a better understanding of Chinese cultures and languages among the student body of Tulsa Community College; and to provide an awareness of the professional careers for Chinese language scholars.
Advisor: Joy Betz, 918.595.7068.

TCC Computer Club
This purpose of the TCC Computer Club is to bring together students with like minded interests in technology. Our goals are education, assisting members with improving their computer skills and organizing resources.
Advisor: Michael A. McRuiz, 918.595.8941.

Dance Club
To promote and provide dancing for students of TCC.
Advisor: Sheila Bradford, 918.605-2492

French Language Association
This purpose of this organization is to encourage the study and understanding of Francophone cultures and language; to provide activities that will promote a better understanding of Francophone cultures and languages among the student body of Tulsa Community College; and to provide an awareness of the professional careers for Francophone language scholars.
Advisor: Francoise Sullivan, 918.595.7191.

Hispanic Student Association
This purpose of this organization is to encourage the study and understanding of Hispanic cultures and language; to provide activities that will promote a better understanding of Hispanic cultures and languages among the student body of Tulsa Community College; and to provide an awareness of the professional careers for Hispanic language scholars.
Advisors: Tina Peña, 918.595.7386; and Beverly North 918.595.7154.

Journalism and Mass Communications Student Organization (JMCSO)
This purpose of this organization is to give prospective journalism and mass communications majors an opportunity outside the classroom to study and socialize; to give students a professional perspective and a complete scope of the media fields; to give students a forum to discuss topics in media; to arrange for guest speakers, site visits, and educational and professional opportunities.
Advisor: Beverly Bailey, 918.595.7045.

Medical Assistant Student Association (MASA)
This Purpose of this organization is to help build leadership skills, promote public awareness and support students in the medical field with which this organization is associated.
Advisor: Julie Wood, 918.595.7321.

Organization for Christian Fellowship
The primary objective of the Organization for Christian Fellowship (OCF) is to provide opportunities for student development through Christian fellowship. This will be accomplished principally by providing information and sponsoring activities and programs which enhance student intellectual and spiritual growth.
Advisor: Dianna Phillips, 918.595.7154.

Phi Beta Lambda
The purpose of PBL is to provide opportunities for postsecondary students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations and business teacher education. PBL is an integral part of the instructional program and in addition promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility.
Advisors: Mitch Ober, 918.595.7069; and Vonn Goolsby, 918.595.7040.

Phi Theta Kappa
This purpose of this organization is to recognize and encourage scholarship among community college students; to provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, an intellectual climate for the exchange of ideas, lively fellowship scholars. 
Advisors: Janice O'meilia, 918 595 7315. 

TRIO Student Association
The purpose of the TRIO Student Association is to create possibilities and opportunities for low income, first generation and disabled students. This will be achieved by working together to realize the full potential of each student while working to make the Tulsa community stronger.
Advisor: Fernando Rodriguez, 918.595.8971.

Russian Language Association
This purpose of this organization is to encourage the study and understanding of Slavic cultures and language; to provide activities that will promote a better understanding of Slavic cultures and languages among the student body of Tulsa Community College; and to provide an awareness of the professional careers for Russian language scholars.
Advisor: Irina Krivtsova, 918.595.7154.

Science Club
This purpose of this organization is to afford an opportunity for students of a science to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members, to instill a professional pride in the sciences, and to foster an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern scientist.
Advisors: Robyn Stroup, 918.595.7249; and Jim Elder, 918.595.7327.

Student Art Association
This purpose of this organization is to promote and enrich the interest on the studio arts and to provide an opportunity for students to display their work.
Advisor: Dewayne Pass, 918.595.7392.

Student Association for Respiratory Therapy (SART)
The purpose of this organization is to act as a channel of communication between the professional community, instructors, students and other persons interested in the study of or development of the profession of Respiratory Therapy; to provide assistance for members who have special problems related to academic difficulties and other needs such as information regarding financial assistance; and to promote, support and communicate matters pertaining to the Oklahoma Society for Respiratory Therapy.
Advisors: Gary Persing, 918.595.7015; and Faith Summers-Gates, 918.595.8344.

Student Association of Legal Assistants (SALA)
This purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for TCC students in the Legal Assistant Program to associate with others in the program, to discuss common goals and problems and thereby benefit from the experience, education and knowledge, views and opinions of other members.
AdvisorMichael Speck, 918.595.7317.

Student Government Association
The Student Government Association is both a student government and a student programming group. Its three basic purposes are to work in cooperation with the Student Activities Office in planning activities for the students on their campuses; to represent the Student Body in matters related to student campus life; and to provide an avenue for individual students, or student groups, to voice to the College their ideas, suggestions and concerns related to student life.
Advisors: Troy Dunbar, 918.595.7273; and Mike Sullivan, 918.595.7272.

Student Nurse Association (SNA)
The purpose of this organization is to assume responsibility for contributing to Nursing Education in order to provide the highest quality health care; to provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional concerns; and to aid in the development of the whole person, and his/her responsibility for the health care in all walks of like.  
Advisors: Lisa Gerow, 918.595.7202 and Susan Goldsmith, 918 595.7194.

Student Nurses Christian Fellowship
The purpose of this organization is to be an organization of nursing students and faculty members who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love-for-God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world and the profession of nursing.
Advisor: Leslie Guthrie, 918.595.7387. 

Student Radiologic Technologist Association (SRTA)
The objective of the organization shall be to cultivate, promote, and sustain the art and science of radiographic technology, to represent and safeguard the common interest of the members of the radiographic technology profession, and to provide opportunities for peer networking and student service.
Advisor: Shelly Huggard, 918.595.7020.

Students of Occupational Therapy Assistant Club (SOTA)
This purpose of this organization is to promote interest in and knowledge of occupational therapy and to support the educational endeavors of the Occupational Therapy Assistant students at Tulsa Community College.
Advisor: Gary Braswell, 918 595-7319.

Students of Physical Therapy Assistant Club
This purpose of this organization is to promote interest in and knowledge of physical therapy and to support the educational endeavors of the Physical Therapy Assistant students at Tulsa Community College.
Advisor: Melanie Heffington, 918.595.7815.

TCC Pharmacy Club
The purpose of this club is to support and educate students who are interested in any area of pharmacy.
Advisor: Robyn Stroup, 918.595.7249.

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