Black Male Achievers
The BMA program provides mentoring, academic advising, and academic and professional skill development via workshops and guest speakers all with the objective of helping our student members accomplish their goals of earning an associate’s degree, transferring to a university, and/or entering the workforce. Each member is expected to attend weekly workshops or guest speaker activities and actively participate in community service opportunities. Those students who meet those and other requirements are eligible to apply for a Strides scholarship that requires participants to conduct research on a topic and present that research in some capacity (e.g., student symposium, social media platform, etc.).
Brain Bowl players buzz in to questions about Math, Science, Literature, History, Geography, Humanities, and Social Sciences and compete against other community college teams. Participants have fun while strengthening their general knowledge and oral communication skills.
TCC Dance Company
Join the team for an opportunity to work with choreographers, teachers, and guest artists on a variety of techniques and performances. Dancers travel to performances and gain recognition as a dance troupe at various competitions throughout the year.
Forensics Speech & Debate
Forensics, better known as Speech and Debate, is the study of oral interpretation (acting), public address, limited preparation speech and debate. TCC Forensics classes and the competition team supply many opportunities to apply speaking, debating and acting skills in competition against other college and university squads.
Model United Nations
It is the purpose of this student lead organization to facilitate a better understanding of international decision-making. Through participation in regional and international conferences, where they debate issues from the perspective of their chosen country, such as human rights, military conflicts, and international economics, students benefit from a greater awareness of international issues. This heightened awareness, along with a better understanding of the perspective of other nations in the world, also facilitates greater academic capabilities because of the necessary preparation.
The NSLS is the largest leadership honor society in the United States. Our NSLS chapter at Tallahassee Community College was started in 2020. Our local chapter is part of the national organization with 700+ chapters and over 1.4 million members.
Students are selected based on exemplary academic achievement. As of 2021 we have 770 members who have access to:
The NSLS leadership program teaches the interpersonal skills that employers seek to give you an edge in the job market. Hear directly from current members as they share how their experience has changed their life.
If you become a member, some of the other benefits are:
- Learn from exceptional leaders like former President Barack Obama during exclusive Speaker Broadcasts.
- Meet new friends and make lifelong connections (on-campus and virtually).
- Overcome challenges with success coaches shortcutting your way to success.
- Access to private networking events.
Visit the NSLS website to learn more about and accept your nomination.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Some of the common questions we receive are listed below. If you have any other questions, visit nsls.org to chat with a team member or email email@example.com.
What do I have to do to become inducted?
Our five-step program takes approximately 12 hours over the course of the semester at your pace.
Is this recognized on campus?
We are a Registered Student Organization (RSO). As of 2021, we had 770 in our chapter and there are more than 1.4 million members nationwide.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa's mission is two-fold:
- Recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and;
- Provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming.
Sister to Sister
Sister to Sister is a mentoring program that aims to provide Tallahassee Community College female students holistic support by:
- Helping students achieve a sense of belonging
- Developing character and scholar identity
- Supporting emotional, familial, social and intellectual development
- Facilitating career guidance, networking skills and goal setting
- Promoting civic engagement and community service
- Stimulating and retaining the values for college success
The Talon, TCC’s award-winning, student-run newspaper, serves students, faculty, administrators and staff, providing an educational opportunity, forum for expression, and source of campus information.
Talent @ TCC
Talent@TCC is a monthly event held in the Student Union Ballroom that allows students to showcase their various talents for their peers. Dancers, musicians, singers, comedians and artists are invited to sign up to perform.
Through the ongoing work of the Foundation and generous corporate and private support, Theatre TCC! provides nearly thirty students with annual scholarships that allow them to explore their artistic dreams. The Theatre TCC! pledge is simple: to keep artistic quality high and to make the trip to our campus rewarding!