Get Involved in Campus Activities
Get involved in organizations or activities - a great way to meet others with similar interests.
There are numerous opportunities and organizations that Brazosport College students may choose to participate in during their time as a student. Students have the opportunity to participate in student organizations, intramurals, community outreach and much more. Research shows that students who are involved in campus activities are much more likely to achieve their academic and personal goals than those who are not. Get involved in campus activities at BC!
American Sign Language Club
The American Sign Language Club (ASL) at Brazosport College strives to develop the sign language skills of members while also learning more about the deaf culture in order to be able to communicate with the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Contact: Alex Crouse, 979-230-3550
Bachelor’s of Applied Technology Organization (BATO)
BATO provides social opportunities for students, staff, and members of the community with the intention of creating peer-related connections and raising awareness of the Bachelor’s of Applied Technology programs at Brazosport College.
Contact: Harold Griffin, 979-230-3358
Semester scholarships, up to $750, are available by audition for each of the following groups:
- Jazz Band plays a variety of swing, Latin, rock, and funk and performs various concerts on and off-campus each semester.
- Jazz Combo plays a variety of jazz and pop music and backs up the Jazz Singers as well as performs independently.
- College and Community Band is comprised of both students and community members who perform marches, overtures, classical transcriptions, and Broadway music in two to three concerts each semester.
Contact: Richard Birk, 979-230-3272
The Biology Club at Brazosport College promotes a deeper understanding of life sciences through exploration of biological discoveries, career options, and biological-related issues within our local community. Members will have opportunities to pursue community service projects, build leadership skills, and connect with fellow students with a shared interest in the life sciences.
Contact: Dr. Isaiah Schauer, 979-230-3123
Black Student Union
The Black Student Union provides all students, faculty, and staff with an opportunity to share their experiences and cultural backgrounds while promoting the importance of academic excellence. The BSU serves as a social network for Black students, promotes community involvement, and supports incoming Black students as they integrate in the campus environment.
Contact: Kimberly Milligan, 979-230-3356
The Chess Club at Brazosport College provides the opportunity for both seasoned players and aspiring chess enthusiasts to meet, learn, and compete against each other. Members gather bi-weekly for lectures on chess theory and tactics, and to exercise creativity and problem-solving in leisurely play.
Contact: Ioana Agut, 979-230-3386
Chamber Choir is an auditioned group of 14-18 singers chosen for reading and blending skills. Music performed is traditional choral music from madrigals to contemporary. The choir will perform two to three concerts a semester, some in combination with other vocal groups. Semester scholarships, up to $750, are available for students enrolled in a minimum of 9 hours with a minimum 2.0 GPA.
College Singers/Civic Chorus combines with the Chamber Choir for some performances. Semester scholarships, up to $650, are available for students enrolled in a minimum of 9 hours with a minimum 2.0 GPA.
Jazz Singers is an auditioned group of singers and instrumentalists that perform various styles of jazz. Members are chosen from Chamber Choir and perform three to four times a semester. Semester scholarships, up to $750, are available for students enrolled in a minimum of 9 hours with a minimum 2.0 GPA.
Contact: Ben May, 979-230-3316
BC’s Drama Department produces six shows annually, two each fall & spring semester and two in the summer. Auditions are held by an announcement on our web site. Anyone may audition. Students may be actors, technicians, carpenters, painters, customers, or backstage workers. Students may earn up to 3 credit hours for participation in production. Semester scholarships, up to $1,200, are available for students who complete the special scholarship auditions. See brazosport.edu/DRAMA or contact Michael McIntosh for more information.
Contact: Michael McIntosh, 979-230-3329
The Environmental Club (eClub) raises awareness about the fragility of our natural environment focusing on the Brazosport College campus and surrounding areas. An additional goal of the club is to help members become more responsible stewards of the land and our natural resources.
Contact: Alex Crouse, 979-230-3355
Future Teachers Association
The Future Teacher Association welcomes everyone at Brazosport College interested in education. Our purpose is to develop leadership skills and educate students, community members, and ourselves about the importance of teaching and education.
Contact: Arlinda Montiel, 979-230-3536
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity strives to bring awareness to the issues of poverty and housing and works to alleviate these issues by assisting the local affiliate chapter in building new homes for families in our community.
Contact: Alex Crouse, 979-230-3355
The Honors Program serves learners who are bright, motivated, and creative. Students and faculty tailor the Honors curriculum to challenge learners to enhance their scholarship. Learners may earn Honors credit through individual teacher/student contracts or enrollment in Honors-designated courses.
Honors study advantages:
- Design an individual study program
- Travel to local, state & national conferences
- Earn scholarships at Brazosport College and 4-year colleges & universities
- Enjoy smaller classes & more individual interaction with faculty
- Honors recognition on your academic transcript
- Meet leadership & scholastic excellence goals
- Experience cultural events & field trips to explore the world beyond the classroom
- Publish and present research projects at local, state & national levels
Contact: Carrie Pritchett, 979-230-3538
The Intramurals Program promotes friendly competition between BC students in a variety of sporting events. BC offers basketball, flag football, volleyball, table tennis, pool, tennis, and more. BC students also compete twice a year with other colleges in the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Conference. Announcements concerning events and entry procedures are posted weekly around campus. All participants must have a current Brazosport College student ID.
Contact: Latricia Williams, 979-230-3513
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Straight Alliance (LGBTQSA)
The Brazosport College LGBTQSA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Straight Alliance) provides a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQ students and their straight allies. Its goal is to promote acceptance and diversity on campus. Meetings are twice a month.
Contact: Dr. April Sikorski, 979-230-3174
The Multicultural Club provides all students, faculty, and staff with an opportunity to share their experiences and cultural backgrounds while learning about others. The Multicultural Club raises cultural awareness and diversity issues on Brazosport College’s campus and in the surrounding community.
Contact: Tanisha Millender, 979-230-3473
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
ΦΘΚ is the International Honor Society for two-year colleges. The purpose of ΦΘΚ is to recognize and encourage scholarship. This is achieved through participating in opportunities for leadership, service, and scholarship while encouraging fellowship. To be invited into membership, a student must have earned a 3.5 cumulative GPA and completed 12 credit hours of coursework toward an academic two or four-year degree or 6 hours of course work toward a one-year certificate at Brazosport College, exclusive of transitional courses. To remain a member of ΦΘΚ, a student must maintain a 3.0 GPA. There is a one-time membership fee. Scholarship opportunities are available for members.
Contact: Cassie Bruner, 979-230-3259
Why am I here? What should I do with my life? Does my life even matter? Life can be confusing and challenging but there is a solution: “Those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.” Isaiah 40:31
Life IS worth living; so why not live it well? We can show you how.
Student-conceived, student-birthed, and student-led. Our focus is on knowing God’s plans for our lives and living our lives well. Join us and get renewed, recharged, and revived!
To participate: Text the message @revivebc to 81010
The Robotics Club at Brazosport College provides students with opportunities which broaden and enrich their participation in the world of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) related studies and careers. The club pursues various opportunities to help students develop leadership skills, broaden their understanding of the role of STEM-related fields in the world, and develop a more informed perception of their place in the world of STEM.
Contact: Alex Crouse, 979-230-3355
Student Government Association (SGA)
The Brazosport College Student Government Association is the official voice of the student body to the BC Administration. The Student Government Association provides an opportunity and avenue for students to participate in the college’s decision making process. Its members consist of elected and appointed officers that meet weekly.
Contact: Alex Crouse, 979-230-3550
Student Nursing Association
Established for Associate Degree and Vocational nursing students, membership encourages participation in leadership, service, scholarship, and professional role development. Membership includes current compliance with nursing program admission and progression requirements, and yearly membership dues.
Contact: Kimberly Hebert
Student Veterans Association
The mission of SVABC is to provide a sense of camaraderie for U.S. military veterans currently attending Brazosport College, U.S. military veterans who are currently serving in the U.S. military, and those who support the U.S. military in any way, shape, or form and to help military students succeed both socially and academically. Typically, meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Contact: David Sysma, 979-230-3231
Top Flyte Volleyball
Already a skilled player? Come on. Want to learn the game and/or play better? Come on. We are family-friendly. Stronger players will encourage weaker ones and we will all improve together. Regulation play. No ‘jungle ball.’
If you are currently enrolled for credit you are eligible to possibly be chosen for a team to represent BC once per semester at a tournament with other gulf coast area two-year colleges. To be clear - the weekly play at the BC gym is open to students and community members alike. Only the one-day tournaments are restricted to enrolled students. So sign up and bring your friends. The more skilled players we have the higher the caliber of play we will enjoy on the court.
To Participate: Text the message @volleybc to 81010
Contact: Jerry James, 979-230-3353
Visual Arts Collective
Art students and students who are interested in art will meet approximately once a month to view, discuss, and learn about art, careers in art, and art schools. Plans also include travel to galleries and museums.
Contact: Molly Arc, 979-230-3335