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St. Philip's College Library 

MLK Campus: (210) 486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: (210) 486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123

Library Info  

Join the Club!

Student Clubs and Organizations, each unique in their own way, offer St. Philip’s College Students a wide selection of personal interests and activities. Student Clubs and Organizations offer activities that are beneficial to the growth of St. Philip’s College and its students.

Why join?

All St. Philip’s College students are encouraged to participate in student organizations. Student Clubs and Organization can help you:

  • Gain valuable leadership skills,
  • learn to collaborate in a team environment,
  • learn to compromise, problem solve, resolve conflicts and communicate effectively,
  • keep motivated and continue to pursue your academic goals, and
  • most importantly, have fun and build a sense of pride and tiger spirit!

Chartered Student Organizations

Chartered Student Organizations are organizations that are established by a College Office or Department to support the ongoing interest of St. Philip’s College. Membership is limited to students who have displayed a level of success as a student and who personify the character and integrity of St. Philip’s College.

Because of their affiliation to the college, Chartered Student Organizations are allowed:

  • Use of the SPC Logo on printed materials and correspondences
  • Use of “St. Philip’s College” as part of the organization’s name
  • Special Renewal and Reapplication Processes
  • Resources and privileges of the sponsoring Office/Department
Organization Name Description  Advisor
Collegiate 100 A collective of students organized to provide leadership and mentor opportunities for its members..

Dr. Richard Johnson
(210) 486-2396
John Martin
(210) 486-2396   

Future United Latino Leaders for Change (FULLC)   Dr. Jude Manzo
(210) 486-2707
Phi Theta Kappa Is recognized as the official honor society for two-year colleges by the American Association of Community Colleges. Maria Botello
(210) 486-2199
Student Government Association  Is a group of student leaders elected by you, the SPC students, to represent your interests on our campus.

LaTonya Jones
(210) 486-2249
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Recognized Student Clubs/Organizations

Recognized Student Clubs/Organizations are organizations that are established by a group of students who share a common interest or goal.

Recognized Student Clubs/Organizations are a separate and independent entity from St. Philip’s College whose membership is composed of St. Philip's College students, or a combination of students, faculty and staff.  To contact a student organization, email the Department of Student Life at  2015-16 RSO Important Dates 

Club/Organization Name Club/Organization Name Club/Organization Name  
Alamo Motor Headz  Student Chapter National Association of Home Builders Early Childhood & Family Studies Student Club
Eureka Science Club  FC Soccer Club SPC Volleyball
Diesel Club  I Am Woman Auto Body & Paint Club
Occupational Therapy Assistant Club Vocational Nursing Student Association (VNSA)   Physical Therapy Assistant Club SPC Cheer Club
Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Respiratory Care Practitioners Club

Learned Trades Club

Spirit and Pride Crew (SPC) ME Club   Student Leadership Society
Student Veterans Organization Welding Club Women In Non-Traditional Occupations

Want to start a club?

To start a new organization contact the Student Organizations Coordinator, at or visit the NTB 305.

Student Organization Tools


Contact Information

Director of Student Life:
Dr. Angela McPherson Williams

MLK Campus
Norris Technical Building (NTB) 327



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