Student Organizations

Find an Organization Right for You!

Student Organizations offer fun and engaging activities to build strong connections, acquire new skills and succeed in college. Find an organization right for you or start your own! 

Student Organization Guide

Representing a positive, professional image of the Allied Health Department.  

Heather Breaux Advisor 409-984-6373
Eursula Davis Co-Advisor 409-984-6364
Cynthia Arceneaux Co-Advisor 409-984-6361

Alpha Delta Nu is an Honor society recognizing academic excellence for nursing students. 

Margaret Ross Advisor 409-984-6368
Melanie James    Co-Advisor 409-984-6374

Enriching students who are interested in accounting through teaching, networking, and mentoring.  

Adriane Champagne  Advisor 409-984-6416
Kellie Buckner  Co-Advisor 409-984-6381

Promoting activities for those interested in various types of games and video games. 

Sarita Medhekar  Advisor 409-984-6373

Graphic design print club dedicated to providing knowledge and activities to students.  

Maurice Abelman  Advisor 409-984-6389

Phi Theta Kappa  is an Honor society recognizing academic excellence at the freshman and sophomore levels.  

Shannon Tanner  Advisor 409-984-6330
Desiree Pete  Co-Advisor 409-984-6305

Serving the interests of students in the cosmetology program and promoting professionalism.  

Amanda Smith  Advisor 409-984-6402
Rikki Solis  Co-Advisor 409-984-6510

Rotaract is a global service organization for young adults aged 18-30, sponsored by Rotary International, focused on community service, leadership development, and fostering international understanding. 

Dana Espina  Advisor 409-984-6530

Promoting reading, service, sharing, and interest in books. 

Chelsey Galloway  Advisor 409-984-6321

Serving Lamar State College Port Arthur by representing student opinion, addressing campus needs through targeted programming, and providing opportunities for leadership development in order to enrich the quality of student life. 

Dr. Rezvan Khoshlessan  Advisor 409-984-6191
Trenida Lewis  Co-Advisor 409-984-6235

Forming an Organization

  1. Have an LSCPA Faculty or Staff member as the organization's advisor.
  2. Have a Constitution and/or Bylaws in place at time of applying for recognition.
  3. Have Officers in place at time of applying for recognition.
  4. Fill out an Application for Recognition as a Student Organization Form and email or print and directly submit to the Student Activities Office located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center. 

Thank you for your interest. Please review application packet including all required item. The submission of the Application Form and the Declaration of Non-Discriminatory Practices, in addition to the organization's constitution, is required.  

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