Clubs for Students

KC offers a vast array of clubs so students can get involved.

Ambassadors:

The Ranger Ambassadors consist of student leaders from varied backgrounds and academic disciplines. Coordinated by the Office of Admissions and Registrar, Ambassadors assist the recruitment of prospective students.. Contact: Callie Blakeley


American Society of Safety Engineers:

This is a club for students who are enrolled in environmental/safety courses whose purpose is to promote harmonious action in safety work and educate members in all matters relating to environmental/safety and accident prevention. Contact: Chris Reed


Automotive Club:

This club strives to improve public opinion towards today's automotive technician and to increase the members knowledge in the automotive industry. Contact: D'Wayne Shaw


Baptist Student Ministries:

This is a student led organization providing students a place of involvement and development. The BSM welcomes all students. Contact: Jaymi Blankenship or Tammy White at (903) 445-4218.


Biology Club:

This club is open to all students with an interest in the natural sciences and interest in any of the health-related fields. The goal of the club is to increase the appreciation of biology in everyday life and to provide enrichment activities for students. Contact: Dorothy Puckett


Christian Campus Center (Tri-C):

This group exists for all students to come and interact with other Christians in a safe and uplifting place. They offer various activities such as Bible studies, free lunches and devotionals. Contact: Britt Davis at (903) 984-3700


Comic Book Club:

This group exists for all students who share a love of comic books. Contact: Mark Lee


Delta Psi Omega:

The goal of this club is to provide service to the community, support Kilgore College and provide leadership in the theatre department. Contact: Micah Goodding


Diversity Alliance:

The purpose of this club is to bring students together to overcome prejudice and ignorance, working together to make a place where members and fellow students can find acceptance. Contact: Tina Rushing


Gaming Club:

Calling all gamers! If you like playing games and would like to meet people like you, then join us.  Contact: Heather Fitch


Golden Z Club:

Zonta International believes young people are critical to achieving gender equality and ending violence against women and girls around the world. To truly change the lives of women and girls globally now and for generations to come, we must invest in youth development and mentor young leaders for gender equality. Through the Golden Z Club program, Zontians work to bring Zonta International’s mission to empower women through service and advocacy to students around the world and to stimulate new and meaningful student-led service and advocacy projects. Contact: Rene’ Wiley

Apply for the Golden Z Club (pdf)


International Students:

The purpose of this club is to promote an appreciation among the college of all nationalities and to foster a spirit of internationalism throughout the campus. Contact: Estonia Graves


Orientation Leaders:

The purpose of this club is to serve as peer mentors to other students, participate in service projects and fellowship with current, former and future Orientation Leaders. Contact: Jimmy Rieves


Latinos en Accion Club:

The club helps develop and cultivate a Latino-friendly community by sharing language, culture, unity, support and fellowship among students. Contact: Manny Almanza


Legal Assistant Association:

The purpose of this club is to develop and maintain a strong interest in legal assisting and to serve as a direct link between students and local and statewide organizations. Contact: John Whitehead


Photography Society:

This club is both professional and social organization whose purpose is to promote photography education and continued interest in photography. Contact: O. Rufus Lovett


Physical Therapy:

This club is open to all students interested in promoting the physical therapy profession. The club also serves as the collegiate chapter of the Longview Chapter of AMBUCS and works to create independence for persons with disabilities. Contact: Carla Gleaton


Rad Science:

This is an allied health club that promotes Radiologic Science. Participating students work in, on and off campus facilities performing public service at a professional level. Contact: Ursula Dyer


Secret Sketchbook Society:

This is a club for like-minded artists, illustrators, designers, writers, and all other types of imagineers, who are interested in sharing their personal and/or professional creative projects with the group in order to get feedback and assistance on ideation, technique, editing, and encouragement to complete the works. If you have a comic book idea, a developing novel or screenplay, an upcoming series of graphics, paintings, sculptures, street art, etc. and you want to meet and share with a brain trust of other creatives, this is your club. Contact: Coy Lothrop


Sigma Kappa Delta (English Honor Society):

Upsilon Delta is the Kilgore College chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta, the national English honor society for two-year colleges. Membership in Sigma Kappa Delta requires students to maintain a grade point average of at least 3.3 on a 4.0 scale, to earn no grade lower that a “B” in an English class, and to complete at least one semester of college studies. Jason Graves, assistant department chair for English, is the faculty sponsors of Sigma Kappa Delta at KC. Sigma Kappa Delta is the only national organization that recognizes academic excellence in English for community college students. SKD was founded in 1996 at Northern Illinois University at DeKalb, Ill. KC started its chapter in 2009 by submitting an application to the national offices, undergoing a successful review of facilities and instruction and receiving its charter in June of that year. The KC SKD chapter extends membership invitations to all eligible KC students each spring. Contact: Jason Graves


Student Government Association (SGA):

The main purpose of this club is to promote interest and opinions of the student body and to voice these opinions to the administration. SGA is a member of the Texas Junior College Student Government Association and is open to all Kilgore College students. It is a service and leadership organization that bridges the gap between the students, administration and faculty. It represents the KC student body, aiming to help others so we can grow as one, and build up not only the school but the community as well through our services. Contact: Ashley Mason


Student Nurses' Association:

This club is open to all nursing majors and provides an opportunity to develop leadership qualities of a nursing student. The club participates in on and off campus professional and social activities and public service. Contact: Julie Blundell


Texas Management & Marketing Association:

This is a club open to any student interested in business and management. Club activities include a variety of guest speakers from the business community and service projects designed to promote leadership and management skills. Contact: Julian Redfearn


TRIO Club:

Membership is open to any Kilgore College student who has applied and been accepted into the TRIO Fast Track program. The purpose of this club is to create a base for current TRIO Fast Track program participants. Visit the TRIO Club webpage for more information


Visual Arts Club:

The purpose of this club is to help promote interest and activity in the visual arts and provide a means whereby students with an artistic commitment meet for the purpose of informal artistic exchange and creative entertainment. 

The club meets 11:30 a.m. on the first Tuesday of every month at the Cherry Coffee House and Bookstore, located at 1210 Houston St., in Kilgore.  It also meets all other Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m. in Room 202 of the Anne Dean Turk Fine Arts Center on the Kilgore campus.

Contact: Carolyn Fox-Hearne


Wesley Foundation:

Every Wednesday during the school year, The Wesley Foundation at KC provides a free lunch for all KC students. Kilgore College classes in "Marriage & Family" and "Sociology of Religion" are offered at our facility. It's a great place to relax, meet friends, hang out, find help or be of assistance to others. Enjoy a game of pool or ping pong, watch the big screen TV, surf the internet in our computer lab, kick back with cold Dr Pepper, spend quiet time in the chaple or just relax. The Wesley Foundation meets at the Wesley Foundation building for Bible Studies and devotionals. Visit their website.