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The role of the Office of Student Life is to provide support to all student clubs and organizations by building a sense of community on the campus.
There are more than 20 clubs and organizations at Nashville State that prepare our students for active leadership roles in the community and as they pursue higher education.
The Office of Student Life sponsors annual activities for students. These include: Fall Fest/Critical Thinking Day, Spring Fling/Earth Day, Drunk Driving Awareness, and Organization Day. Events such as Black History Month programs, International Food Fair, and the International Fashion Show, also give our students an opportunity to learn history and diversity.
Student Services Building, S-103
120 White Bridge Road
Nashville, TN 37209
Monday–Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
Exceptions: semester breaks and school holidays
Nashville State Community College Student Organizations
Revised: June 17, 2013
Many of the student organizations meet on a regular basis. Students are encouraged to contact the advisors to learn the meeting dates and times.
Advisor: Ed Madge, firstname.lastname@example.org
The ACJA is committed to improving criminal justice through educational activities, fostering professionalism in law enforcement personnel, and promoting high standards of ethical conduct within the field.
Advisor: Forest Sponseller, 353-3033, email@example.com
ASLSO is committed to increasing education and awareness of the deaf community and its culture to those interested in learning.
Advisor: Jack Wallace, 353-3445, firstname.lastname@example.org
ACESA is committed to providing community services, educational advancement, and career enhancement for students in the Architecture/Civil Engineering Technology and CAD programs.
Advisor: Tim Dean, email@example.com
The student organization is committed to promoting Christian fellowship among students.
Advisor: Wanda Scott, 353-3471, firstname.lastname@example.org
CRU exists to promote the Christian faith among students and the surrounding community.
Advisor: Michele Buc, 353-3370, email@example.com
The Chess Club’s purpose is to educate interested individuals in the game by providing basic strategy workshops, training, and competitions.
Advisor: James Needham, 353-3369, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Club of Cards is committed to learning using math strategies and analytical skills through card games.
Advisor: Amy Bryant, 353-3374, email@example.com
The Debate Club’s purpose is to provide students with the necessary skills and practice needed to debate professionally.
Advisor: Tom Angland, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dramatic Arts Society is committed to providing students with an artistic outlet as participants and audience within the scope of theatre and its active parts.
Advisor: Kenny Wilson, email@example.com
The Elite Dance Association’s purpose is to teach and enhance student dance and performance techniques.
Advisors: Tom Loftis, Marylou Tate: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
The Escoffier Society provides culinary students with additional hands-on hospitality and food management opportunities.
Advisor: Sam Crolley, 353-3345, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Film Society is designed to introduce students to a spectrum of films that reflect historical and social significance in our society.
Advisors: Chelsee Gray, Rebecca Zanolini: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
FUTURO is committed to providing students with professional, community, and leadership development opportunities.
Advisors: Roslyn Browning, Jessica Rabb: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Sleeves provides community service opportunities for those students who are interested in environmental concerns, recycling, and renewable resources.
Advisor: Carolyn Powell, email@example.com
The History Hunters is open to all like-minded individuals interested in history.
Advisor: Rene Bataille, 353-3525, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Honors College Association provides highly motivated students with enrichment activities that enhance academic studies and support the ideals of the Honors College.
Advisor: Devora Manier, 353-3295, email@example.com
ISA is committed to increasing diversity and multi-cultural awareness among students and the community.
Advisor: Cathy Thomas, 353-3420 firstname.lastname@example.org
KBD encourages scholarship, accomplishment, and development among students of business, management, and administration.
Advisor: Jeanne Altstatt, 780-2766, email@example.com
The Karate Club supports those students in karate classes by providing them with additional practice and competition opportunities.
Advisors: Derek Smith, Sondra Roddy: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
The Math Club’s purpose is to provide a community that facilitates networking, research, and career paths for those interested in math and math-related fields.
Advisor: David Edgington, 353-3546, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Music Society provides a continuous learning environment that encourages its members to develop musical abilities through practice and community service.
Advisor: Ed Turnley, 353-3431, email@example.com
The purpose of NALS is to enhance the competencies and contributions of students in the legal services professions.
Advisors: Evelyn Hadley, Laura Potter: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
NSLS is committed to providing its members the resources and opportunities to enhance leadership and interpersonal communication skills.
Advisor: Diane Gaffney, 353-3383, firstname.lastname@example.org
OTA Organization is committed to providing OTA students with peer support and community service opportunities.
Advisor: Don Turner, 353-3778, email@example.com
The NSCC chapter of PTK exists to promote student scholarship and community service.
Advisor: Don Turner, 353-3778, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Philosophy Club is committed to providing the camps community with an informal forum in which to discuss philosophical topics.
Advisor: Jeff Green, email@example.com
The SSA exists to promote awareness of science and science-related fields through guest lectures, community service opportunities, and research conferences.
Advisor: Emily Naff, 353-3079, firstname.lastname@example.org
The SPS provides career-building and informational resources to those students enrolled in the photography program.
Advisor: Student Life Representative, 353-3026
The SGA is committed to serving the entire student body by acting as the liaison between the student community and the college’s administration.
Advisor: Elizabeth May, 353-3773, email@example.com
The STSO provides additional support, experience, and community service opportunities for those students in the program.
Advisor: Innocent Usoh, 353-3473, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tau Alpha Pi is committed to recognizing high standards of scholarship among students involved in engineering programs.
The Bridge is committed to providing accurate and informative to the student body through its print publication of a student newspaper.
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