Lone Star College-Tomball provides students with many opportunities to become involved in the college community beyond their classroom activities. Various student organizations allow creative and energetic outlets for student's academic, career, cultural, and recreational interests and needs.
Shannon Marino, Director of the Office of Student Life, is available to discuss extracurricular options with you. She and her staff in C-223 work closely with the student organizations and can help you find one that fits your interests and talents. Call (281-357-3642), email, or come by (C-223) anytime.
Below you will find a list of the LSC-Tomball's recognized student organizations (RSO's). Peruse the list and feel free to contact any of the advisors if you have further questions.
Group Advisor Program:
Interested in becoming an advisor of a registered student organization on campus? If so please fill out the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Our advisors must be willing to serve for a short term or long term depending on the activity level of the registered student organization. If there are any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Student Life at 281-357-3642.
The purpose of LSC-Tomball's Drama Club is to promote interest in the theater with the community. To introduce members to quality theater through regular chapter meetings, rehearsals, and performances that deal directly with the LSC-Tomball theater productions, to share information and experience about theater and to promote service projects in which students will be involved in the community through the theatrical production.
The mission of the Future Teachers Club is to promote interest in and knowledge about the teaching profession, to provide fellowship among students, faculty, and community professionals, and to provide support and opportunities to fellow future teachers at Lone Star College-Tomball through community service in and around the Tomball area.
The purpose of the gay straight alliance is to promote a safe environment for students of all orientations, to advance knowledge and communication, build bridges, and to foster tolerance and acceptance for all.
The Inkling is the Creative Arts magazine of Lone Star College-Tomball, and is published every spring in April. The magazine contains short stories, poems, and art pieces from students. These entries are chosen by a board made up of staff members who review each entry submitted each year.
The purpose of this organization is to promote the knowledge and appreciation of Japanese culture through interesting, educational and fun events and activities on- and off-campus. We also watch anime!
The Latin American Student Organization was established to help students of Latin and Hispanic cultures and ethnic groups to familiarize themselves with the college while keeping alive customs and traditions. Everyone welcomed!
Our mission is to protect innocent human life from conception until natural death. To further these goals, members promote a respect for life at Lone Star Tomball and the surrounding community by peacefully standing against abortion and euthanasia.
The Student Activities Board is a student run organization dedicated to enhancing campus life forthe LSC-Tomball student body through social, recreational, educational, and cultural programs.The goal of the Lone Star College-Tomball Student Activities Board is to serve the student body by planning, coordinating, and executing social and educational activities for the Lone Star College-Tomball student body. Our goals include creating a positive social atmosphere on campus,pursuing good relationships with other groups on campus, constantly improving our programs to meet the needs of a diverse student body, and working together in a spirit of shared responsibility.
The Student Government Association is an energetic group of students representing the Lone Star College- Tomball student body to the administration. Joining the Student Government Association is a fantastic way for you to get involved at LSC-Tomball and gain experience that will be beneficial to you throughout your education and beyond.
The Student Nurses Association provides a group for those who aspire to enter into the career of Nursing. Members of SNA can participate in various student activities from the community service projects, seminars, main campus activities.
Student Occupational Therapy Association provides camaraderie between the Level 1 and Level 2 OTA students along with increasing the awareness of occupational therapy both on campus as well as in the community.
Annual S.O.T.A. Activities: Fall Fest, Adopt a family for Thanksgiving and Christmas, Community visits to Brookwood and My Own Home, Involvement Fair, AOTA Conferences, TOTA Conferences, Easter Egg Hunt, Valentine's Day Love Baskets, Galveston UTMB work collaboration and Power Trip.
An affiliate of Toastmaster's International, TRiO participants, if you want to :develop leadership skills, become a more effective communicator, or put your lasting mark on something that is new then the Trailblazers is for you. We are seeking dedicated members that want to improve vital communication skills that will make you a better professional. Join the Gavel Club and become part of something great and world renown!
Vet. Tech. is an organization that is dedicated to animal lovers. The members are composed of students in the Vet. Tech. program. V.T.S.O. promotes the interest and the understanding of Veterinary Technology as a vital member of the animal health care profession.