Continuing Education


Student Organizations

Get Involved!

Our organizations share an open office space in F209 with six computer workstations, mailboxes and club storage. As a member of a student organization, you're welcome to drop in to do some homework, make flyers, or any other club business.  It's also an ideal place to stop in if you want more information about one of our clubs.  From architects to vets, skiing to ska music, there is something for everyone.

Student Organizations

A Capella

Phi Theta Kappa

American Institute of Architectural Students

Psychology Club
Amnesty International Quill and Brush Literary Arts Magazine
Anime Club Students Advocating Gender Equality (SAGE)
Art Club Sexual Identity and Gender Minority Advocates
Baseball Club Sociology Club
Basketball Club Softball Club
Bowling League of Our Generation (BLOG) SPIE
Business Club Student Government
Cheerleading Student Nurses Association
Criminal Justice Club Student Performing Arts Group (SPAG)
The Cultural Society Student Government Association (SGA)
The Current Tennis Club
Early Childhood Education Club Three Rivers United Environmentalists
Exercise Science Club Trailblazers
FEMALES Ukulele Club
MALES Veterans Organization
Optical Society of America (OSA) Video Game Club
Organization of the Latino Experience (OLE) Volley Ball Club

Student Publications

The Current: TRCC's student-run newspaper, working with both journalism students and students interested in newsprint media to provide opportunities to design, write and publish a newspaper.
Quill and Brush: an annual literary and arts magazine featuring art, fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Students interested in being a part of Quill & Brush's editorial process can contact faculty advisor Janet Hagen.  Submissions are accepted in the Student Publications Office year round.

Student Leadership

Students who participate in student organizations and/or Student Government at Three Rivers have the opportunity to attend leadership trainings, conferences and seminars.  Student Leaders are also invited to attend the state-wide Annual Certified Student Leader Program.

Information about Starting Your Own Organization

Don't see an organization you're interested in?  Start one!  Find a faculty or staff advisor, get together a group of ten currently enrolled students, and write a constitution with a list of proposed activities.  Once this is completed, Student Government will consider the application and determine to charter the organization. Only SGA recognized organizations may use the College's name & facilities and request funds.