- Types of Recognized Student Organizations
- Current Recognized Student Organizations
- Benefits of Official SGA Recognition
- Recognized Student Organization Meetings
About Recognized Student Organizations
Co-curricular student organizations are founded on the premise that not all learning on a college campus is confined to what takes place in the classroom. Student learning is complemented and enhanced by involvement in activities of the students’ choosing outside of the library and classroom walls.
TMCC SGA and the Student Activities and Leadership (SAL) Office supports student organizations because they encourage and foster academic and personal growth along with learning through active involvement, individual commitment, and personal enrichment.
Through participation in co-curricular opportunities, students are given a chance to combine the various parts of their academic/vocational training into personal action. "Real world" skills and abilities are tested when students work together to set goals, develop progress/action plans, set plans into motion, maintain viable working relationships, and evaluate the success of a program. Students learn how to manage new responsibilities, motivate themselves and others, apply leadership skills, and techniques.