The Office of Student Life is committed to enhancing students' academic programs of study and the overall educational experience of students through development of, exposure to, and participation in social, cultural, intellectual, and recreational activities.
Education about 2nd Amendment freedoms, political and legal issues concerning the 2nd Amendment, gun safety and maintenance, License to Carry (LTC), and organizing pistol, shotgun, and rifle shooting events at local gun ranges. Meetings: First Wednesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. | Room F313 Contact: Richard Hunting (Advisor)
Promotion of accounting and business knowledge, explore the various accounting and business career fields, and to make available a venue for access to community leadership and expertise, while providing a platform for future CPA development. Meetings:Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday of every month at Bldg. F, Room F-312, 2:00 PM Contact: Madeline Brogan (Advisor) | Raymond Besser (Advisor) | Helen Bassett (Advisor)
The purpose of this organization is to expose ourselves to various art forms in a social environment; to better understand what art is, what it means, and to share viewpoints on the concepts of art; to encourage participation and creativity through open idea-gathering; to involve students in art activities both in/outside of school; and to develop leadership skills/public speaking skills/people skills through open social interaction.
Take your FIRST step or NEXT step on your faith journey with the Baptist Student Ministry. BSM is FREE & open to any LSCM student. There are no dues, simply start coming to FREE LUNCH each Tuesday, weekly Explore God Groups, or Spiritual Training events. Details @ bsmmontgomery.org
The Clay Club promotes the art of ceramics and enhance the learning opportunities provided by the Fine Arts Department. The club also brings working artists to campus for workshops.
The purposes of this organization shall be to foster a supportive community for individuals who identify as a member of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and ally (LGBTQAA) community; provide educational programming for LSC-Montgomery regarding issues prevalent within the LGBTQQA community; and advocate for the LGBTQQA community at LSC-Montgomery. Meetings: Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. | G-106 Contact:Michele Richey (Advisor) | Simone Andrade (Advisor) | Haley Stoner (Advisor)
The Criminal Justice Society seeks to broaden studentsí views of the Criminal Justice field. Our organization hosts guest speakers from various professional backgrounds to share their knowledge, perspectives, and unique experiences. This club also serves as an outlet for both community volunteering opportunities and social activities.
ECOS (Environmentally Conscious Organization of Students)
Striving to raise awareness of environmental issues of campus and community; promote reduction, reuse, and recycling of campus resources; and the recreation and beautification of campus and community. Meetings: First and third Friday | 1:30 to 2:30pm Building G room 112 Contact:Michael Devoley (Advisor)
Provide a support network for students interested in learning more about the Spanish language and various Hispanic cultures. Promote awareness of the Spanish language and various Hispanic cultures within the Montgomery College student body. Dispel stereotypes about various Hispanic cultures and their history and provide opportunities for LSC-Montgomery student and faculty participation in the Spanish language and the various Hispanic cultures.
Meeting:Every Wednesday in G 105 from 2:30 to 3:30
This organization promotes the goals and activities of the EMSSA within the Lone Star College System; advocates for liaisons with the community and with past, current, and future students of Lone Star College-Montgomery; aids and supports LSC-Montgomery as first responders at public functions, community events, and campus- and community-wide events; and promotes leadership, participation, and student success. Contact: Kelly Weller (Advisor) | Justin Chance (Advisor)
Human Services Student Organization
Promote the Human Services Program both on- and off-campus, and to provide Human Service students an opportunity to network and serve. Contact:Glen Killian (Advisor)
International Student Organization
The International Student Organization promotes and supports cultural, social and community activities that represent its diverse members, who come from over 65 countries from around the world. All LSC-Montgomery students are welcome to join the ISO.
We invite everyone to join us as we present the film classics and the best of the new movies. Guest speakers introduce our films to provide context, background, and insights sure to interest.
Meetings: Several times each semester, usually Wednesday afternoons in the B102 theatre. Please check our schedule on the Maverick Film Club of Lone Star College-Montgomery Facebook page: fb.me/MaverickFilmClub
Join us for Opera Club as we explore and engage with the visceral world of opera and classical singing. Students will actively listen to, watch, and discuss operatic excerpts, as well as learn more about the historical context and time period in which operas were written. How is opera relevant to today's society and experience in the modern, technological age? Come find out!
Meetings:Wednesdays each semester from 3:45-4:45pm in Building H-117
Mavs Joined for Hope is a LSC-Montgomery student organization committed to continuing the important conversations associated with suicide so students will recognize suicide is not an option. Our focus is on preventative measures including understanding self-value, anti-bullying, and social media dangers through peer-to-peer support and simply spreading the message the Kindness Matters, YOU matter. Our number one goal is to save lives.
Upcoming Fall Semester Events:
MJH monthly meetings- 1:30pm, G202
January 31st Judge Edie Conley, Speaker, 1:30pm, F102
Be a part of the campus-wide club that helps support local animal welfare and rescue groups. Hang out with cats and dogs at our events as we promote pet adoption, spay and neutering. Please check out our Maverick Pets Alive Facebook page for the time and place of our next event.
To create opportunities for and encourage the performance, listening, and appreciation of music for students involved in the music department classes, ensembles, and other activities. Meetings: Various Fridays 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. | Contact for location Contact:Mark Marotto (Advisor)
National Society of Collegiate Scholars is not your average honors organization. NSCS chapters embody the spirit of each individual memberís commitment to scholarship, leadership, and service, built upon a foundation of integrity. We recognize academic achievement and provide opportunities for members to develop leadership skills. Members positively change their campuses and communities by participating in service activities as they prepare for future endeavors like internships, graduate school, and careers. Along the way, members often make valuable connections with fellow high-achieving students.
The purpose of the Beta Delta Iota Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Lone Star College-Montgomery shall be the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of this college. Meetings: Third Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. | F-114 Contact: Melissa Heselmeyer (Advisor) | Sarah Palacios-Wilhelm (Advisor)
Psi Beta is the national honor society in psychology for community colleges. We have a spring induction for new members and application forms may be picked up in the Advisorsí offices or in the Psychology classrooms.
Everyone who is interested in behavior and psychology is welcome to attend the Psychology Club meetings! The purpose of the Lone Star College-Montgomery Psychology Club is to help students gain a sense of community with others in psychology, learn about the discipline and facilitate leadership development. There are no dues or membership requirements. There is an elected group of officers and a Leadership Council who plans meetings and activities.
Contact: Co-Advisors: Dr. Karen Buckman, 936-273-7371, or David Oviatt (Advisor) 936-271-6254 or Marla Moreno (Advisor) 936-271-6252
Radiology Student Association
Open to students of the Medical Radiological Technology program, the organization promotes general health and education for students and professionals alike, specializing in the field of radiologic technology. Meetings: Friday every other month at 12:00 p.m. | Contact for location Contact:Joe Garza (Advisor) | Rowdy Volmer (Advisor)
Meetings: Rotaract Club meets on campus every other Wednesday from 2:00-3:00pm (starting January 30th for Spring 2019), plus additional meetings as determined; meeting schedule may adjust. Location: G 202
Promote education of Spanish classical guitar through Master Classes and lectures as well as produce professional performances. Meetings: Fridays 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. | Contact for location Contact:Cristina Mendoza(Advisor)
Student Government Association
The LSC-Montgomery Student Government Association works to create a climate at LSC-Montgomery that fosters both academic excellence and professional growth. Meetings: TBD Contact:Karen Jones (Advisor) |
Student Government Association
Student Nurse Organization
A service organization, open to nursing students or other interested parties, geared to promoting health and wellness awareness to our community. Contact:
SPTAA promotes the development of leadership in students preparing to become physical therapist assistant or physical therapists. Meetings: First Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. | Room B140 Contact:Renee Pruitt (Advisor)
Student Veteran Association
The Student Veteran Association aims to unite LSC-M Veteran students, bridge the civilian-military divide, offer support to fellow veterans, and create a sense of camaraderie on campus. Contact:Terrance Hudson (Advisor) | Tabitha Yargo (Advisor)
SWIRL: Literature and Arts Journal
SWIRL: the Literature and Arts Journal of LSC-Montgomery? is produced annually by a staff of student editors and focuses on marrying unique design with literature and art. The printed journal includes student poetry, prose, art, and photography in a full color format. Swirl also features very talented writers from the Montgomery County community. To view past issues of Swirl, or to submit your work online, go to: http://www.lonestar.edu/swirl Meetings:
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2 p.m. in G 125
Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2 p.m. in G 125
Every Wednesday in March and April 2 p.m. in G 125
Promote rational thought in all philosophical topics with open minded discussion. As well as to enhance our own philosophical and rational capabilities. Meetings: 1:30 on the 1st Friday of the month | Building G room 108 Contact:Tim Cowan (Advisor)
Join us for a time of worship, prayer and Bible study. Open Air Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. in the Free Speech Area (outside of Building A). Contact:Joe Garza (Advisor) | Cynthia Oliver (Advisor)
Food recovery network is the largest student movement in America. We strive to help decrease food waste by picking up food that would normally be thrown away by restaurants at the end of the day. We take the recovered food to different food partners in our area to help feed our community.
Meetings are on Wednesdays at 3:00 in the TRAC center upstairs in building C
Contact Kim Burt or text @frnlscm to 81010 for more information
Engineering Society is a student organization with the core fundamentals of providing opportunities and insights of the engineering industry and practices to the students who wish to endeavor into this broad field of applied science. Apart from providing the networking opportunities and hands-on practice, Engineering Society focuses on developing various skills such as soft skills and ability to work effectively as a group member, which results into personal as well as professional development of the students.