Student Organizations

Student Organizations

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is a leadership organization that aims to enhance student activities promote student participation in campus events and recognized student organizations, to enhance the welfare of the student body in general, and provide input as requested by the college administration on policies, planning, and evaluation. Apply Now

Contact Information:
Student Services
studentservices@angelina.edu or
Gerardo Valladares


Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for the two-year college. The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is demonstrated in the four hallmarks of the society: scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service. Through activities the organization strives to honor those hallmarks for the improvement of the community, the college, others and themselves. To be eligible for membership, a student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and have completed at least 12 hours of college work. Members must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA each semester following their induction. Provisional membership is available to students who have not yet completed twelve hours of college credit.

Contact Information:
Gerardo Valladares




Identity provides opportunities for students, former students, and community members to fellowship with other Christ followers and/or learn more about Jesus Christ outside of a formal church setting. We consider ourselves an “all-denominational” organization; we do not teach doctrine. We hold weekly Bible studies on the main AC campus where we study a book of the Bible verse-by-verse in an informal, discussion-type setting. We conduct fun outreaches on campus and sometimes in the community. We also offer rides to church for those on campus who don’t have transportation. We laugh, play, pray, eat, study, and sing together. Bring a friend and come grow with us!

Contact Information:
Sabrina Collins


Tabletop Gaming Club

The purpose of Tabletop Gaming Club is to encourage and facilitate a sense of community by providing a safe and inclusive forum for students, faculty, and staff to participate in multiplayer tabletop gameplay such as role-playing games (RPGs), card games, deck-building games, and board games. The goal of the club is to create social connections among students, faculty, and staff and strengthen critical thinking and problem-solving skills. The organization promotes exploration of new interests, stress management , friendship, personal growth, and community-building.

Contact Information:
Renee Williams


Spanish Cultural Club

The purpose of this organization is to recognize the study of the Spanish language and Hispanic culture and encourage students to acquire a greater interest in and a deeper understanding of Hispanic culture.

Contact Information:
Annette Gillum



Health Careers Organizations


Respiratory Care Program

The purpose of this organization is to provide funds available to respiratory students in hopes it will ease the pressures of financial ability for out of town clinicals with affiliated hospitals.

Contact Information:
Jessica Hudnall


Sonography Club

The purpose of this organization is to develop future scholars and professional stakeholders in education policy making. Students in our program are exposed to the concepts, language, and development of education policy making across a variety of settings.

Contact Information:
Casey Davis


Surgical Technology Program

The purpose of this organization is to provide the highest quality and comprehensive education to prepare the graduate to demonstrate the knowledge, understanding, application of technical, affective, psycho-motor, and critical thinking skills, and competency in the role as an entry-level surgical technology practitioner.

Stefanie Vaughn