Clubs and organizations are a great way to connect with fellow students, as well as be involved in your campus and local community. Opportunities for leadership development, skill attainment, community involvement and fun teamwork abound in TVCC's clubs and organizations. To join any club, contact the Associated Student Government for information call 541-881-5785 or email

Would you like to start a club on campus? It's easy! Email or call the Associated Student Government for more information.

Most clubs and/or organizations also have chapters at the Caldwell Center.

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

PTK members during the College Completion Campaign.

Professor Larson, and Phi Theta Kappa members during the College Completion Campaign.

The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students. PTK provides opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service, and fellowship programming for an intellectual climate for exchange of idea and ideals, and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.


The Ag Ambassadors represent TVCC through community service, the development of student leaders, and the promotion of agricultural issues on campus and the community. The Ag Ambassadors actively pursue projects which help students utilize professional skills and develop connections with the agricultural community. Projects include the annual production of "Ag in the Class," Agricultural skills competitions, and community service projects.


Campus Christian Fellowship promotes fellowship between students on campus and in the community through projects aimed at enhancing personal growth and development. Some of the projects include Ultimate Frisbee, musical performances and Finals Care Packages. Additionally, CCF exists to provide fellowship spiritual and social opportunities among its members.


Club Arioso offers an opportunity to participate in a grass roots music company, using voice talents from our TVCC students. Programs will include operetta, musical theatre, and some lighter opera scenes, etc. and will be one hour to one and a half hours in duration. Everyone is welcome to audition with their best pieces to help form the program which will ultimately be produced. Club Arioso meets Thursday evenings at 7:30 PM in Performing Arts Center room 10 (PAC 10). This is a "first of a kind" club for this area and we are hoping students and community members will find this a fun learning experience and a chance to show off their talents. For more information call 541-881-5950. 


The International Business Club aims at attracting students interested in getting a business degree. IBC attempts to prepare its members in a way that will help their educational growth in the business fields. They hold an annual trip that takes them to various parts of the world to see other country's economies and how they differ from ours.


LDSSA is a club that seeks to provide recreation, service, and social activities for students with Christian values. The LDSSA works with local organizations on projects geared toward the personal growth of students and the community. Projects include service oriented projects, dances, social events, and spiritual growth.


Members of the Math and Science Club take to the sky.







Members of the Math and Science Club organized an event to sky dive and discuss physics in action.

The Math and Science Club provides a positive atmosphere to students with an interest in the professional fields of mathematics and science. This club helps students to better understand the different studies and opportunities in the two fields. Math and Science Club also puts on fundraisers such as Pi Day, as well as bringing in speakers related to these fields of study.


The Natural Resource Club targets students with an interest in the outdoors (wildlife, forestry, agriculture, and the environment) and looks to expose them to local events, activities and professionals related to those fields. NATR also works to provide a wide variety of social events and activities such as camping trips, white water rafting trips, pizza parties and many more for interested students as well as support student learning through fundraisers for student scholarships throughout the year. NATR also encourages volunteerism through an active volunteer group (TVCC Master Naturalist Chapter).


The Student Education Association unites TVCC students interested in education, the community, and professional development opportunities. SEA works to establish community connections in the field of education and sponsor activities which assist with the educational growth of the campus and community.