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All West Texas Campuses


Contact Information:

Kay Johnson - 325.734.3630
Mayra Juarez - 325.236.8206
Nicole Whitley - 325.641.5955

Email: wtxfinaid@tstc.edu

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Julia Humphrey - 325.734.3612
Abilene Campus

Patricia Reid - 254.559.7720
Breckenridge Campus

Charlotte Tongate - 325.641.3901
Brownwood Campus

Rene Ralston - 325.235.7412
Sweetwater Campus

Nick Alvarado - 325.235.7331
Abilene/Sweetwater Campus
(254) 799-3611

3801 Campus Drive
Waco, TX 76705

TSTC is located off I-35 North at exit 342A, just north of Waco
 
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Clubs and Organizations

Student clubs and organizations provide many opportunities for students to get involved in campus activities. Some clubs and organizations focus on particular professional fields, while others relate to more general interests, hobbies, and support services. Each club or organization must have a faculty/staff advisor and must be approved annually by the Associate Vice President of Student Development. Students are encouraged to visit the Student Activities Office to learn more about student clubs and organizations.

Abilene

Culinary Arts Club (CHEF):  promote the progress of the education for its members and to promote within the club the highest type of professional practices; to inspire every member to be dedicated student of education and of the foodservice industry profession.

Phi Theta Kappa-Beta Zeta Psi Chapter:  promote scholarship, development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of the college.

Real Education on Addiction Can Help (REACH):  establish a scholarship fund for a chemical dependency counseling student at TSTC Abilene.

Student Government Association Abilene Center (SGA):  represent the students of TSTC West Texas at Abilene by securing an active role within the college through student legislation which supports students' interests.

 

Breckenridge

Environmental Science Technology Club (ESTC):  provide a forum for students, faculty, and staff with varied backgrounds to exchange information, ideas, and experiences, especially in the field of environmental science and technology.

Phi Theta Kappa - Beta Iota Eta Chapter:  promote scholarship, development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of the college.

Real Education on Addiction Can Help (REACH):  establish a scholarship fund for a chemical dependency counseling student at TSTC Breckenridge.

Student Government Association (SGA):  recommend distribution of student services fees for students at the college, plan and implement programs and activities, review and recommend policy/rule and regulations that affect students, and recognize clubs and organizations.

Vocational Nurses Club:  assist members in developing and applying qualities appropriate to the nursing profession and assist members in recognition of nursing as a profession of serving others; assist members in acquiring values of meeting each patient's physical, spiritual, emotional, and social needs.

 

Brownwood

Phi Theta Kappa-Beta Iota Chi Chaper:  commemorate the students' academic achievement and provide further opportunities for scholastic and professional enhancement.

 Real Education on Addiction Can Help (REACH):  establish a scholarship fund for a chemical dependency counseling student at TSTC Brownwood.

Student Government Association (SGA):  serve the student government body for the Brownwood campus; promote service in the community and encourage students, faculty, and staff cooperation among one another.

 

Sweetwater

Autobody Club (AUB):  promote the progress of education for its members; promote the highest type of professional practices for each, and inspire members to be dedicated students of education and the autobody profession.

Baptist Student Ministries (BSM):  provide spiritual enrichment and fellowship for all students (and faculty and staff) through Bible study, inspirational messages, prayer meetings, social activities, and assistance in finding and/or attending a local church; challenge students to have a personal relationship with Christ, draw closer to God, grow in His love and Grace, and be active in service to the Lord and His Church.

Careers in Automotive Repairs (CAR):  encourage the progress of education for its members, promote within the membership the highest type of professional practices, and inspire every member to be a dedicated student of education and the automotive profession.

Diesel Technology Club (DSM):  promote the progress of the education for its members and promote within the club the highest type of professional practices; inspire every member to be a dedicated student of education and of the heavy-duty diesel industry profession.

Phi Theta Kappa-Beta Zeta Psi Chapter:  promote scholarship, development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of the college.

Resident Housing Association (RHA):  provide an organization for campus residents that will foster leadership and communication and provide a better living environment through social and sport activities.

Student Government Association (SGA):  assist in safeguarding the best interests and welfare of the students and in maintaining a good relationship among the student body, faculty, administration, and staff.

Staff Association:  to serve TSTC West Texas and to make recommendations and reflect the staff's positions on issues, problems and questions identified by the executive board to to advise the President of TSTC West Texas when appropriate.

Vocational Nurses Association:  assist members in developing and applying qualities appropriate to the nursing profession and assist members in recognition of nursing as a profession of serving others; assist members in acquiring values of meeting each patient's physical, spiritual, emotional, and social needs.

Winds Industry Networking and Development Club (WINDS of Texas):  provide students with information concerning the study of wind energy and to encourage continued program education to those not in the Wind Energy Technology course of study.  The WINDS of Texas would also like to foster a spirit of fellowship among club members, faculty and non-students of TSTC.











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