Student Organization List

Comprehensive List 

Active Minds
ACS Chemistry Club
Alpha Beta Gamma
American Association of University Women @ Delgado (AAUW @Delgado)
Biology Club
Charity Association of Student Nurses (CASN)group of international students
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship (XA)
Collegiate DECA
Criminal Justice Club
Delgado Association of CADD (DAC)
Delgado Architecture Student Organization (DASO)
Delgado Culinary Club
Delgado Developing Mathletes
Delgado Education Associate
Delgado Theatre Club
Delta Psi Omega (National Theatre Honor Society)
DRESS Delgado Respiratory Education Service Society
Genders and Sexualities Alliance (GSA)
LUMCON Marine Sciences Club
Mu Alpha Theta
Pharmacy Technician Student Organization
Phi Theta Kappa
Sigma Alpha Chi
SGA (Student Government Association)
Student Honors Council
The Veterinary Technology Club
TRiO Student Support Services
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Descriptive List

Organized to promote student interest in a field of study. 

ChemClub gives students a unique opportunity to experience chemistry beyond the classroom. Students engage in activities that enhance their understanding of the science, get them involved in the community, and help them better appreciate how chemistry plays a role in our everyday lives.April Noble; Marcus Etienne

Advisors: April Noble,, and Marcus Etienne,

City Park Campus

Biology club is open to all students at all campuses that are interested in the life sciences. We are focused on field trips, service work, hosting guest speakers, and exploring all aspects of biology around us.

Advisor: S. Chieko Hunter, 

Sidney Collier Site

Join more than 15,000 members on 250 campuses across the world who are preparing for careers in Hospitality, Marketing, Finance, Management and Entrepreneurship. By joining Delgado's Collegiate DECA Chapter, you will have opportunities to:
  • Extend learning beyond the classroom by participating in community-based events
  • Gain a competitive edge in the global job market
  • Develop a strategic decision-making and project management skills
  • Network with business and industry experts and nearly 15,000 students and advisors
  • Earn awards and recognition through competition and leadership action

Advisor: Barry Brantley, 

City Park Campus

The Delgado College Criminal Club is for all students studying criminal justice. Students are afforded the opportunity to become more involved in college and community activities while building a network related to their criminal justice interest. We are committed to helping students achieve their academic and profession objectives by provided relevant information, skill building, and leadership opportunities.

Advisor: Joel George, 

City Park, West Bank and Sidney Collier Campuses

Student organization for students enrolled in the Computer Aided Design and Drafting Associate of Applied Science degree program.


Sidney Collier Site

To provide leadership skills in managing a student organization. To recognize and promote a need to get the students involved in educational service learning activities on campus as well as in the community. To network with the Business and Industry professionals and alumni. Attend seminars, trade shows, and participate in competitions on a national level. DASO is affiliated with National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB), Homebuilders Association (HBA), CSI, AIAS, NAWIC, and CMAA.


Sidney Collier Site

Explore and promote culinary activities on campus and in the metro area.

Advisor: Alex Hamman, 

City Park Campus

Social Media: Facebook icon @delgadoculinary 

Mathletes is a West Bank peer tutoring club of math students who support each other in being successful in their math classes. We also do fundraisers and use the funds to pay for a Math Final Review Pizza Party at the end of each semester. We have club t-shirts available that are designed by club members.

Advisor: Pam Windham, 

West Bank Campus

DEA (Delgado Education Association) is a strong,well-organized student association of future professionals majoring in Care and Development of Young Children and related professions.

Advisors: Lisa Melson,,, and Lydia Goellner, 

City Park Campus

DRESS (Delgado Respiratory Education Service Society) is open to students currently enrolled in the Respiratory Care Technology Program. Our mission is to support lung health through participation in walks and fundraising for various lung diseases.

Advisor: Rene Randall, 

City Park Campus

The LUMCON Marine Science club is sponsored by the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium. The Marine Science club provides undergraduates with the opportunity to engage with LUMCON and explore STEM careers related to marine science. In this club, we encourage students to become involved in environmental questions and solutions here in Louisiana, completing projects that have real impacts in our communities. Beyond service, the Club also offers networking, education and outreach opportunities for students interested in environmental and marine science issues

Advisors: M. Karen Menge, and Jordan Adams,

City Park Campus

The Mission of the National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses (NALPN) is to foster high standards of nursing care and promote continued competence through education/certification and lifelong learning, with a focus on public protection. The National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses is committed to: Quality and professionalism in the delivery of nursing care working with other organizations and groups in a cooperative progressive spirit to build strong professional and public relationships. For student membership they can go to

Advisors: Jana Martin,, and Linda Hueshan, 

Jefferson and Sidney Collier Sites

The purpose of the Pharmacy Technician Student Organization is to offer support and resources to students who are currently enrolled in, or who have completed, the Delgado Community College Pharmacy Technician program.

Advisor: Anne LaVance, 

City Park Campus

PNSAD - Students enrolled in the practical nursing program may apply for membership

Advisors: Kristy Mcgough-Hartin,, and Nelica Alexis, 

Jefferson and Sidney Collier Sites

SkillsUSA is a national membership association serving high school, college and middle school students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations, and for further education. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel.

Advisor: Chris McDonald, 

City Park Campus

The Delgado Theatre Club is a student led, student driven organization that offers Theatre majors and non-majors an opportunity to participate in the production aspects of the theatrical arts including the technical fields, performance, and administrative responsibilities while promoting a diverse, supportive, and fun community. The Theater Club is for anyone interested in drama, comedy, musicals, acting, dance, costumes, backstage, set design, and lighting work. The club also promotes field trips to other theater groups. Membership is open to all students in all majors.

Advisor: Kris LaMorte, 

City Park Campus

The club is linked to the National organization NAVTA. Students accepted into the Veterinary technology program that pay club dues can join the club.

Advisor: Dr. Yolanda Skinner, 

Jefferson Site

Membership is based on scholastic achievement. 

International Business Honor Society for 2 year colleges.

Advisors: John Hill,  Terry Aime Drolla,,  and Donna Faucheux, 

City Park and West Bank Campuses, Sidney Collier Site

Delta Psi Omega, the National Theatre Honor Society, was organized as a theatre honor society for the purpose of providing cknowledgment to those demonstrating a high standard of accomplishment in theatre. DPO requires work onstage and backstage, plus an overall 2.5 GPA.

Advisor: Kristopher Lamorte, 

City Park Campus

Mu Alpha Theta, the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society, was formed in 1957 at the University of Oklahoma. We are dedicated to inspiring a keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students. Currently, more than 124,000 students are Mu Alpha Theta members at more than 2,633 schools in the United States and in 23 foreign countries. Students must have an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher and GPA of 3.5 or higher in at least 2 college-level math courses.

Mu Alpha Theta:
-Provides a method for schools to recognize and encourage students who enjoy and excel in mathematics
-Rewards outstanding achievement by offering special awards, scholarships, and grants to students

Advisors: Darlene Williams,, Leah Wooden,,  Paul Speyrer,, Theresa Marchese,, and  A. Ayyad,

City Park Campus

Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society is a non-profit organization that is recognized by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). PTK members can apply for transferable scholarship opportunities to four year colleges and universities.Eligible students are sent invitations via e-mails and the mail.

Advisors: Kim Russell,, and Emily Clay, 

Charity School of Nursing, City Park, West Bank, and River City Campuses; Maritime & Industrial Training Center and Sidney Collier Site

Social Media: Facebook icon @ptkomeganudcc

Link to PTK page

Charity School of Nursing Honor Society, admission by invitation only having earned the required GPA.

Advisors: Ann Dieck,, and Shannon Perkins, 

Charity School of Nursing Campus

The Delgado Student Honors Council organizes co- and extra-curricular activates related to honors education. It also serves, along with the Faculty Honors Council, in an advisory capacity to the academic honors program.

Advisor: Steven Edwards, 

City Park and West Bank Campuses, Sidney Collier Site

Social Media: Facebook icon @DCCHonors

Organized to foster interest in a particular area of specialization.

Active Minds is the nation's premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for students. 

Advisor: Gilda Ebanks, 

City Park Campus

The goal of AAUW @Delgado is to:
1. Provide leadership training
2. Empower and advocate for women
3. To share ideas and exchange information to help female students be successful in every aspect of their lives
4. To begin habits of lifelong professional development among its members with other organizations, and their national, state and local affiliates
5. To support women academically, personally, and professionally

Advisor: Dee Shedrick, 

City Park Campus

CASN, Charity Association of Student Nurses, is the local chapter of the national and Louisiana student nurse organizations of the American Nurses Association. Its primary mission is to introduce student nurses to nursing as a profession. Activities include many community service events, orienting new students to the professional behaviors of nurses.

Advisors: Carol Leefe,, and Mary Trosclair, 

Charity School of Nursing Campus

Chi Alpha exists to help students navigate at the corner of Faith and Life. We are open to all Delgado students, faculty and staff. Membership is not required. We have many ways to get involved including Life Groups, leadership training, mentoring, retreats, missions trips, service projects, International Student events and more. You can find out more about Chi Alpha by visiting our national website

Advisor: Samantha Candler, 

City Park and West Bank Campuses

Eloquent Commitment to Helping Our Sisters, Incorporated (ECHOS, Inc.) is a private, non-for-profit organization whose purpose is to assist young women succeed in all of their endeavors through programs and service that will expose, educate, and empower. Founded in 2010, there are currently three chapters located in Georgia, Kentucky, and New Orleans, LA. The foundation of the organization is based on the bible verse, “The older women are to teach the younger women” (Titus 2:3). Therefore, the organization’s programming is centered on providing role models, seminars, and networking, as well as providing opportunities for building unity and sisterhood amongst its members, and throughout the community

Advisor: Brittany Y. Williams, 

City Park Campus

Genders and Sexualities Alliance (GSA)
GSA is an organization for LGBTQ+ students and their allies. Our mission is to create a safe, supportive community, to provide opportunities for social interaction, and to promote LGBTQ+ awareness and visibility on campus.

Advisors: Abbey Wallig,, and Audra Rouse, 

City Park Campus

Social Media: Facebook icon @dccgsa 

The Student Government Association represents the students’ voices while supporting the academic mission of the College. This is done by providing vital co-curricular activities that enhance individual student development. We also promote participation in self-governance and uphold the high standards of education at Delgado Community College.

Advisor: Amy Trainor (College-wide/West Bank Campus),, Brian Rosenthal (City Park, Jefferson Sidney Collier),; and Vivian Smith (Charity School of Nursing),, and Raul Salas (Charity School of Nursing), 

Social Media: Facebook Icon@delgadosgacitypark and Instagram icon @dccsga 

Spectrum is a multicultural organization that unites all students to assist them in meeting their academic goals and social needs. Spectrum is a place for all to fit in. This organization focuses on the building of character, implementation of various community and school projects that concern both nursing students and students from all the campuses. This organization believes that health promotion and health education is important to provide information to the community that will enable them to make informed decisions related to their healthcare. Membership is open to any student at Delgado community College.

Advisor: Ann Nealy,, Chiquilla Brown,, Shena Sanders,, and Johnnie Mose, 

Charity School of Nursing and City Park Campuses

The Student Support Services Ambassadors is a Delgado Community College leadership and community service organization affiliated with Delgado’s Office of Student Support Services/TRiO. In order to become a member of the Ambassadors, eligible students must apply and enroll into the Student Support Services program. Ambassadors are active participants in the program who accumulate community service hours each semester. Ambassadors serve as peer mentors to other participants in the program, represent the program at school-sponsored activities, organize fundraising events and attend monthly meetings with program advisors.

Advisor: Monica Curtis, 

City Park and West Bank Campuses, Sidney Collier Site