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Clubs and Organizations


Become Involved, Become Successful

Student Organizations and Clubs are a great way for students to develop social, educational, and leadership skills. Involvement in recognized student organizations at Grayson College allow students the opportunity to network, represent the college, and become engaged in service activities both on-campus and in the community.


The purpose of some organizations and clubs varies from honor societies to political, religious, service, and social groups. Currently enrolled students may also form student organizations and clubs by following the procedures outlined in the Student Organizations and Clubs Policies and Procedures Manual. A copy of this manual may be obtained from the Director of Student Life. New or reforming organizations and clubs may not meet or hold an event until recognition from the Director of Student Life is complete. All Recognized Organizations and Clubs must re-register in the fall semester of each academic year (September).

Interested in starting an organization or club on campus?

Contact Student Life at 903 463-8693 or the faculty/staff adviser for detailed information on how you can get involved! All organizations and clubs are actively recruiting new members.

Student Organizations

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    Active Minds

    Active Minds is the nation's premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults. We are dedicated to saving lives and to building stronger families and communities. Through education, research, advocacy, and a focus on young adults ages 14-25, Active Minds is opening up the conversation about mental health and creating lasting change in the way mental health is talked about, cared for, and valued in the United States.

    Advisors:

    • Ryan Dickerson
      dickersonr [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8694

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    Anime Club

    The purpose of GC Anime Club is to provide an environment where students may enjoy watching anime with others, discuss the concepts and origins of anime, manga, and related topics, and make friends with similar interests.

    Advisors:

    • Ryan Dickerson
      dickersonr [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8694

    • Dr. Joshua Jones
      jonesjo [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2539

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    Art Club

    Advisors:

    • Kristin Erickson
      ericksonk [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8662

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    Baptist Student Ministry (Care Club)

    The BSM exists to help students grow in faith, thrive in purpose and find community.

    Advisors:

    • Austin Lambert
      austinbsmgrayson [at] gmail [dot] com

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    Black Print

    The purpose of Black Print is to bring individuals together to help improve the lives of African Americans and give them opportunities to let their voices be heard. While the focus of Black Print is the voice of African American students ALL students regardless of race/ethnicity are welcomed to join. Black Prints' goals are to create connections, build relations, expand skills, and explore different elements of college life while making lifelong friends and connections.

    Advisors:

    • Averi Stovall
      stovalla [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2597

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    Criminal Justice Club (LAE)

    The CJ club will be designed to allow criminology, criminal justice, law enforcement, and law-interested students a chance to meet and interact with professionals from the criminal justice field as well as provide community service to the Texoma area.

    Advisors:

    • Dr. Maggie Bruce
      brucemag [at] garyson [dot] edu
      903-451-2611

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    E-Sports

    Whether playing competitively with the NJCAA-E or intramural gaming - Viking E-Sports may have what you are looking for! From Super Smash Bros to Madden23, our new E-Sports Lab will be decked out and ready to go soon!

    Advisors:

    • Shantee Siebuhr
      siebuhrs [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8693

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    Eta Sigma Delta

    ESD is an honor society for the Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts Department at Grayson College located in Denison, Texas. The purpose of ESD is to recognize the scholastic and professional achievement of students in the academic majors of Hospitality Management, Restaurant Management and Culinary Arts.

    Advisors:

    • Rusty Weatherly
      weatherlyr [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-2583

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    Gamer's Guild

    The Gamer's Guild is a community of gamers and role-players fostered on the appreciation for tabletop roleplaying games.

    Advisors:

    • Johnathan Suebuhr
      siebuhrj [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8692

    • Ashley Oakfield
      oakfielda [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2524

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    Grayson Ag and Plant People (GAPP)

    The purpose of the Ag Club is to gather students at Grayson College who are interested in all parts of Agriculture. This includes Animals/Livestock, Horticulture, Crop Science, Gardening, Wildlife management, Insects, Ag business/economics/marketing, etc. Areas of emphasis are education and networking surrounding Agriculture careers, opportunities and internships, outreach to local school districts on Ag related topics such as farming, insects, gardening, plant ID, etc., joining Collegiate FFA and participating in contests, learning and practicing public speaking, communication, resume writing, interviewing, and leadership skills.

    Advisors:

    • Ellen Melson
      melsone [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8721

    • Dr. Dayna Ford
      fordda [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2598

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    Grayson College Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

    Advisors:

    • Jordyn Moore
      moorej [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8794

    • Mary Linder
      linderm [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8616

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    Grayson Honors College

    The central and foundational mission of Grayson Honors College is to better serve the educational needs of academically talented and highly motivated students at the College. The program encourages the participation of the broadest possible range of gifted students. The Grayson Honors College Club works specifically to create and/or participate in service activities both on and off campus. Each semester the students decide what projects we want to take on, what non-profit organizations we can help, and determine how to better our campus and community.

    Advisors:

    • Dr. Chad Tomaselli
      tomasellic [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8607

    • Sarah Garrett
      garretts [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8734

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    Grayson Nursing Students Association (GNSA)

    The purpose of GNSA is to support nursing students, the nursing program, the nursing profession, and the community through education, fundraising, and extracurricular activities

    Advisors:

    • Christy Kendrick
      kendrickc [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8643

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    Hispanic American Leadership Organization (HALO)

    The purpose of HALO is intercultural engagement across Hispanic populations.

    Advisors:

    • Kassie Garcia
      garciak [at] grayson [dot] edu

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    Men of Distinction

    Men of Distinction is designed to recruit and retain all Grayson College Gentlemen with the intent on helping them achieve their educational goals and challenge their potential to and inspire them to do great things in their community and world.

    Advisors:

    • Kendrick Gibson
      gibsonk [at] grayson [dot] edu

    • Dr. Charles Leslie
      lesliec [at] grayson [dot] edu

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    Multicultural Club

    Advisors:

    • Marlene Phillips
      phillipsm [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-465-8619

    • Todd Ellis
      ellisto [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2665

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    Nurses Christian Fellowship

    On campus, nursing students come together to study the Bible, explore how to follow Jesus in life and nursing, and offer the love of Jesus to their classmates and faculty. Mission is to encourage, equip and empower Christian student nurses at Grayson college to: -Grow in faith within the context of nursing school -Integrate faith within nursing through Bible study and spiritual care resources -Share their faith with other nursing students and faculty. -Meet for Spiritual care, praise & worship and devotions monthly or bimonthly.

    Advisors:

    • Cynthia Bain
      bainc [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-465-8619

    • Lorinda Wall
      wall [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8672

    • Pam Ratliffe-Warner
      warnerp [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8682

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    Paramedic Student Association (PSA)

    The purpose of PSA is to support Emergency Medical Services (EMS) students, the EMS educational program, the EMS profession, and the community through education, fundraising, and extracurricular activities.

    Advisors:

    • Dean Holmes
      holmesw [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-2616

    • Emily Johnson
      johnsone [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8748

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    Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society (PTK)

    Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of two-year colleges. Offering opportunities for scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service, the Society also promotes the exchange of ideas and personal enrichment through fellowship with other scholars. Eligibility requirements in the Omicron Psi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa include current enrollment and a minimum GPA of 3.5 After at least 12 hours of college credit earned at Grayson

    Advisors:

    • Mary Linder
      linderm [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8616

    • Dr. Molly Harris
      harrism [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8714

    • Shantee Siebuhr
      siebuhrs [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8693

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    Psychology Club

    The Psychology Club exists to provide an entertaining and inspirational atmosphere in which all student can further their knowledge and interest in psychology. The club members attend scheduled events, participate in stimulating discussions and presentation, and promote psychology as a social science.

    Advisors:

    • Rachel Sumrall
      sumrallr [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8630

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    Sisters of Destiny

    Sisters of Destiny is a group of sisters who elevate one another. We value each other and provide emotional support with confidentiality. Members embrace a growth mindset while positively affecting our spheres of influence. We encourage one another in our academic careers and form lasting relationships.

    Advisors:

    • Jeffri Hodge
      hidgej [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8751

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    Student Ambassadors (GSA)

    The Grayson College Student Ambassador Program provides an opportunity for students representing various disciplines at our college to develop leadership and public relations skills while providing a service to GC.

    Advisors:

    • Dr. Charles Leslie
      lesliec [at] grayson [dot] edu

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    Student Government Association (SGA)

    The Student Government Association serves as a voice of the student body of Grayson College. SGA members help to make decisions about campus, share the needs and concerns of fellow students with campus and college leadership, and learn how navigate new leadership roles.

    Advisors:

    • Shantee Siebuhr
      siebuhrs [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8693

    • Madeline Hector
      hectorm [at] grayson [dot] edu

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    Student Veterans of America

    The purpose of this organization is to act as a catalyst for student veteran success by providing resources, network support and advocacy to, through, and beyond higher education.

    Advisors:

    • Johnathon Siebuhr
      siebuhrj [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8692

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    Top Innovative Professionals of Service and Spirits (TIPSS)

    The purpose of the TIPSS club is to acknowledge, educate, and promote the development of Culinary Arts. Hospitality Management, Viticulture and Enology programs at Grayson College. We will develop community awareness of the above programs as well as participate in food shows, local charity events and fundraising for both students and community.

    Advisors:

    • Joanna Bryant
      bryantj [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8654

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    Vocational Nursing Students Association

    The purpose of the VNSA is to assume the responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care. Provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional interest and concern. Aid in the development of the whole person, his/her responsibility for the health care of people in all walks of life, and his/her professional role.

    Advisors:

    • Cressenda Sittner
      sittnerc [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2508

    • Melinda Howard
      howardm [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2507

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    Welding Technology Association

    Advisors:

    • Richard Reid
      reidr [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8657

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    Writers Unlimited/Sigma Kappa Delta (English Honors)

    The purpose of the organization is to confer distinction for high achievement in English language and literature in two-year institutions of higher education; provide, through its local chapters, cultural stimulation on college campuses and to promote interest in literature and English language in the surrounding communities; foster the discipline of English in all its aspects, including creative and critical writing; promote community among its members; and exhibit high standards of academic excellence.

    Advisors:

    • Dr. Aidan Holtan
      holtana [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-463-8697

    • Dr. Dayna Ford
      fordda [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2598

    • Dr. Joshua Jones
      jonesjo [at] grayson [dot] edu
      903-415-2539