Please view the links below for student organization descriptions and contact information. View the Sports page if you're interested in participating in competitive sports/recreation teams.
Student Organizations & Clubs
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The mission of the ASME Student Section is to promote interest, understanding, and knowledge of the engineering field in our community. This student section will provide members with opportunities for academic advancement, professional development, networking, engagement with professionals, community outreach, and participating in state and national competitions.
Anime Club is a community of like-minded people who wish to come together to enjoy and experience Japanese culture and art while also spreading awareness of our community.
Advisor: Bradford Dobos Anime Club constitution
AMSA's goal is to promote inclusivity, diversity, cultural activities, student support, and geographical education on the Middle East and its culture, as well as to educate people who want to understand, appreciate, and practice the religion of Islam.
The Astronomy Club provides LSC-CyFair students with access to astronomical equipment and research, promotes interest in astronomy in both students and the surrounding community, and brings like-minded individuals together for student-led learning and collaboration.
Advisor: Student Life Astronomy Club constitution
The members of the Symphonic Band, the Jazz Ensemble, and the Camber Ensembles, and students interested in band, comprise the Band Club. In order to "Make More Music," the Band Club promotes membership and retention, peruses excellence in performance, and serves the college as musical ambassadors to the community.
Advisor: Brian Herrington Band Club constitution
The Black Student Union (BSU) focuses on building the black community, but membership is not limited to just the black community. The vision for BSU is to serve the LSC-CyFair campus with cultural, educational, and social initiatives, while aiming to build leaders, promote unity, and contribute to student success. We will live by the motto of S.T.R.I.V.E., which is stands for "Service, Tenacity, Reflection, Intellect, Virtue and Excellence".
Advisor: Stacey Joshua Black Student Union constitution
The Mission of Chess Club is five-fold: (1) to provide a safe place to play and study chess in an effort to improve; (2) to translate improvement in chess into academic success; (3) to foster development of critical thinking skills; (4) to promote peace and harmony among a diverse student population; and (5) to sponsor a chess team to compete in local and national chess competitions. Register for Chess Club at lonestar.edu/chess-registration.htm.
Advisor: Todd Thomas Chess Club constitution
Composer's Club aims to provide a forum for discussion of music theory, contemporary concert music, student-written works, and composers and their repertoire. This forum and related activities on and off campus will allow for both the knowledge of members as well as to create an environment that encourages the creation, performance, and enjoyment of contemporary concert music.
Advisor: Brian Herrington Composer's Club constitution
The Computer Science Club brings together computer science students to improve learning, provide support, and further engagement in extracurricular activities.
Advisor: Student Life Computer Science Club email Computer Science Club constitution
The Creative Writing Club is dedicated in establishing an open environment where students from LSC-CyFair, the Cypress Center, and Westway Park Technology Center can collaborate and share their work together under the mentorship of nurturing faculty. Their work culminates in the publication of The Barker's Voice, the LSC-CyFair annual publication for writing other creative arts.
Advisor: Chris Mandia Creative Writing Club constitution
Cru is designed for students who are eager to spread the love and joy of Jesus Christ in their community through a variety of efforts. Cru has a mission to share the love of Jesus Christ with the Lone Star College-CyFair community by leading them to faith in God through Jesus Christ, guiding members in Christian growth and discipleship, and providing opportunities to be involved in responsible church membership.
Contact: Club E-Mail Advisor: Shawn Miller CRU constitution
Did you buy coffee today? Fill up at a gas station? Buy any brand of fast food recently? Did you pay to get any of these? if your answer was "Yes" to any, or all, of these - they were all economic decisions. Surprised? If you are surprised, come and join the Economics Club to find out more. Mention of Economics Club membership on your resume is sure way to catch the attention of any admissions committee of universities or a hiring manager. The Economics Club is a student-run organization committed to exploring Economics beyond traditional coursework. The Club promotes fellowship between students, as well as between students and faculty, and helps you learn about what influences local, state, national, and global business and economic trends.
Advisor: Ghazal Bayanpourtehrani Christine Nguyen Economics Club constitution
Empowerment Club helps to serve the Empowerment Center in food pantry maintenance, outreach, and food collection. It also gives students a voice in food insecurity on campus.
Advisor: Roslynn Foster Melissa Wood Empowerment Club constitution
The EHC was created to encourage camaraderie and networking opportunities to the Bachelor of Applied Technology (B.A.T.) in Cybersecurity Program at LSC-CyFair. We strive to provide a place to practice the skills you learn in class as a way to develop your personal and professional competencies.
Future American Sign Language Interpreters strives to encourage students to participate in public affairs related to interpreting careers, inform interpreters about their rights as students and as future interpreters, and recruit students to the interpreting career and inform them about interpreting as an option for a profession. A continuous goal of FASLI is to involve future interpreters more fully in the Deaf community in order to create awareness of the many different communities represented at LSC-CyFair and other communities.
Advisors: Leyel Hudson Chris Orta FASLI constitution
FPE is open to any student who has the desire to become an educator or is interested in entering the field of education. Several events are held throughout the year where members are given opportunities to network with others in the field and to connect with resources needed to move through the educational pathway. FPE is a charter of ATPE, a State Teacher Organization that serves to the needs of educators in Texas. As a part of this club, members will become a part of ATPE as well. We welcome you with open arms and look forward to meeting you!
Advisor: Shamim Arastu Leigh Eisterhold Future Professional Educators constitution
The purpose of the Humanitarian Connection is to better the lives of the living and those who need support the most through club members volunteering for charitable organizations, assisting at events sponsored by nonprofit organizations, and through events on or off campus to further the social action emphasis of repairing the world or making our campus a better place.
Advisor: Shamim Arastu Humanitarian Connection constitution
This club was established to promote the cultural growth and understanding of the Hispanic/Latino(a) culture by learning about each other and our history through promotion and coordination of special events and forums.
Advisor: Raul Munoz LASO Email LASO constitution
The purpose of Let's Relax shall be to encourage students to focus on their mental health. We are dedicated to creating a nurturing environment where students feel comfortable decompressing from daily struggles. We strive to provide an environment with tools that allow students to express themselves, indulge in interests, and learn self-care.
This group provides a support system for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender students. The purpose of the group is to promote acceptance and diversity while providing a safe atmosphere free of prejudice.
Advisor: Miranda Ashworth LGBTQ+ constitution
This purpose of this organization is to foster the appreciation for the value of each and every human life from conception until natural death.
Advisor: Shawn Miller Lone Star Right to Life constitution
This organization's purpose is to promote the LSC-CyFair spirit and compete in athletics with other colleges, as well as enhancing students' academic opportunities.
Coach: Ed Chung Contact: Rec Sports
This organization is an outlet for students to participate in team sports, develop social skills, engage and demonstrate sportsmanship both on and off the field, have fun, be physically active, and play soccer games.
Coach: Student Life Contact: Rec Sports
Our organization is an outlet for students to participate in recreational team sports, develop social skills, engage and demonstrate sportsmanship both on and off the field, have fun, be physically active, and play volleyball games.
Coach: David Peters Contact: Rec Sports
Performance Troupe provides any Lone Star College-CyFair student with an interest in theatre arts an opportunity to discuss their love of theatre, take part in all aspects of theatre production, engage in social activities, and plan events.
Contact: Club E-Mail Advisors: Joshua Estrada Joseph Urick Performance Troupe constitution
As an international honorary organization for community college students, Phi Theta Kappa promotes scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship among qualified students. Initiated members must maintain a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale, but there is provisional membership for those who are interested in participating but don't meet the requirements.
Advisor: Leslie Jewkes PTK Email Phi Theta Kappa bylaws
The Political Science Club promotes and encourages social science majors and students interested in political science. The organization provides students a place to meet and discuss politics, ranging from job/internship opportunities to political matters in the national and global sectors, and to explore the process of applying to graduate programs. It forms a collection of students interested in the same topics, encouraging political participation, and ensures regular meetings to do so.
Advisor: Miranda Ashworth Political Science Club constitution
The Psychology Club strives to broaden students' understanding and familiarity within the field of psychology by organizing and conducting seminars, demonstrations, field trips, and sponsoring speakers. The club provides students opportunities to network with each other and with those already employed in the field, and to discuss issues and current events directly related to psychology and other closely related fields. They apply psychological perspectives by being involved in community outreach.
Advisors: Cindy Sledge Lori Richter Bethany Watkins Psychology Club constitution
The Radiology Student Association strives to improve communication between radiology program students and the community, to model professionalism, to provide members with knowledge of the radiology field, and to expand community knowledge of radiation safety and healthy living.
Advisors: Lindsey Brockhan Kathy Whitfield Radiology Student Association constitution
The purpose of the Lone Star College-CyFair Singers is to support educational and social opportunities for students enrolled in any of the vocal courses or programs.
Advisor: Paulo Gomes Christina Smith Singers Club constitution
The Student Government Association seeks to strengthen outreach efforts between students and Lone Star College-CyFair by creating a vehicle for effective communication.
Contact: SGA Email Advisors: Dan Mitsven William Hackley Student Government Association constitution
S.O.D.A. is an organization that recognizes the equality of all people, especially those who have challenges in life. This group is dedicated to support one another and the organizations that we intend to work with.
Advisors: Shaheen Ansari Students of Diverse Abilities constitution
The purpose of SOAHP is to guide students that want to pursue careers as health professionals, providing them with career advising, community service and shadowing hours if needed. Our goal is to help students with their future school's prerequisites and applications necessary to achieve their dream career, in addition to academic guiding and standardized testing preparation.
The LSC-CyFair Tabletop Club was formed to integrate students of LSC-CyFair interested in board and card games, to introduce this community to games new and old that will broaden their scope of this particular genre of gaming, and to have fun doing it! The club also aims to go beyond the campus of by getting involved with organizations that support youth programs of the same nature.
Advisor: Bradford Dobos Tabletop Club constitution
The purposes of this organization shall be to (1) create a platform for students to connect and learn about Vietnamese culture; (2) provide opportunities for enhanced understanding of Vietnamese language, history, cuisine, music, dance, and fashion; and (3) create a spirit of community between Vietnamese students and students interested in Vietnamese culture.
Advisor: Student Life Vietnamese Student Association constitution
This organization seeks to engage more women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Women of STEM aims to facilitate their growth and familiarize them with STEM. Although the organization focuses on women, any other gender/sex is welcome to join.
Advisor: Kristen Vaczi Women in STEM constitution
The purposes of this organization are to participate in team sports, develop social skills, demonstrate sportsmanship both on and off the court, have fun, be physically active, and play inter-league basketball games against other clubs and colleges.
Contact: Rec Sports
The purposes of this organization are to participate in team sports, develop social skills, demonstrate sportsmanship both on and off the field, have fun, be physically active, and play inter-league soccer games against other clubs and colleges.
Contact: Rec Sports
The purposes of this organization are to participate in team sports, develop social skills, demonstrate sportsmanship both on and off the court, have fun, be physically active, and play inter-league volleyball games against other clubs and colleges.
Coach: David Peters Contact: Rec Sports
The Young Conservatives of Texas strive to create a "safe space" on campus to learn, educate, express, and articulate Conservative principles & values.
Advisor: Bradford Dobos Young Conservatives of Texas constitution