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Complete Listing of Available Clubs


Alt Radio Fan Club Animal Rescue of Community College Anime & Gamer Society
Architecture Art Student Society Automotive Society
Biology Cheer College Democrats
College for Christ Computer Science & Info Technology Criminal Justice/Lambda Alpha Epsilon
Culinary Arts Dental Assistant Dental Hygiene
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Drama Club EPCC Legacy
Faded Frames Gay & Straight Alliance Health Information Technology
LVN Pinning Military Club Philosophy
Physical Therapist Assistant Club Puente Club Respiratory Care
RG Psychology RG Pinning Sapphire Warriors
SCAN

Sigma Kappa Delta

Sign Language


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Alt Radio Fan Club

Animal Rescue of Community College

The purpose of this club is to promote excellence in broadcast radio and to encourage students to excel in the field of mass communication.

 

Advisor:  Lisa Elliot

Tel:  831-2435

Rm.: C2714

Email: lelliot5@epcc.edu

Location:  Valle Verde Campus

Then purpose of this club is to promote, maintain, and educate the importance of animal welfare. To help students develop professionally and learn about many career options associated with environments issues, animal care, wildlife, and animal welfare

 

Advisor: Barbara Williams

Tel: 831-3381

Rm. B215

Email: bwillia9@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus


Anime & Gamer Society

Architecture

The purpose of this club is to promote Japanese animation (also known as Anime and Japan animation), video games and to serve as a place to meet like-minded individuals. Exchange ideas and discuss their interests in a friendly setting. As an EPCC club, AGS will also provide for an alternate form of entertainment on campus.

Advisor: Dr. Douglas Carr
Tel: 831-2421
Rm: A2602
Email: dcarr4@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

The purpose of this club is to cultivate, promote, and maintain interest in Architecture and its many disciplines. To educate the importance of Architecture and its effects on our lives. To develop a spirit of collegiality among persons interested in Architecture at EPCC. Help students develop professionally and learn about many career options associated with Architecture. Help people in our community in ways consistent with our personal and professional growth and development.

Advisor: Emmanuel Moreno
Tel: 831-2060
Rm: A1509
Email: emoren23@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus


Art Student Society

 Automotive Society

This is an organization which furthers the cultural enrichment and education of its members and community through traveling, exhibition and visiting. The society contributes to EPCC Art Department, in order to aid and support annual Spring Arts Festival. Also, this club works to form a community of art students who work for the mutual support of each other.

Advisor: Michael Thornton
Tel: 831-2260
Rm. A143G
Email: mthornt3@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

 

The purpose of this club is to cultivate, promote and maintain interest in automobile, to educate the importance of automobiles in our daily lives. To develop a spirit of collegiality among persons interested in automobiles here at EPCC. To help students develop professionally and learn about many career options associated with automobiles and help other people in our community in ways consistent with our personal and professional growth and development.

 

Advisor: Elaviano Willars

Tel: 831-3261

Rm. A1604

Email: ewillars@epcc.edu

Advisor: Jose Sanchez

Tel: 831-3260

Rm. A1604
Email: jsanc136@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus


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Biology

The purpose of this club is to stimulate individual's interest in Biology and to educate EPCC community about biologically significant events and concerns.

Advisor: Carlos A. Amaya

Tel: 831-3312
Rm.  A2507
Email: camaya3@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus 
Website: www.myspace.com/biologyclubepcc


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Cheer College Democrats

The purpose of this club is as follow: (1) to cultivate, promote and maintain spirit and pride within our institution, (2) to help our athletic teams bring up spirit morale as well as support all our teams, (3) to be positive role models and becoming great representatives to El Paso Community College, (4) helping out our fellow clubs and organizations, Campus Life, Student Government Association, and other departments within our institution in any way possible, (5) to help other people in our community by taking part in many community service activities.

 

Advisor: Louis Hernandez

Tel: 831-2567

Rm.: G101D

Email: lhern146@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

Coach: Raul Hernandez

Tel: 831-4041

Rm.: B101

Email: rhern577@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus

The purpose of the club shall be as follow: (1) develop initiatives that identify, engage, and empower the newest generation of Democrats, (2) to educate the importance of political involvement in the college and community, (3) to develop a spirit of collegiaty among persons interested in politics here at El Paso Community College, (4) to help students develop politically and learn about many career options associated with political involvement, (5) to help other people in our communiuty in ways consistent with our personal and professional growth and development.

 

Advisor: Oscar Baeza

Tel: 831-2340

Rm.: C206

Email: obaeza1@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus


  
College for Christ

Computer Science

The purpose of the College for Christ Club will be to share God's love with others, share and learn more about His Word and teachings, and connect people to Christ and to each other.  The results (fruits) of this purpose will be respect, teamwork, punctuality, deligence, servant leadership, ethical choices, and most of all, character.  The purpose will be achieved using the following: worship, prayer, devotionals, and service to others.

 

Advisor: Rebecca Perales

Tel: 831-4149

Rm.: E100

Email: rperale4@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus

The purpose of this club is to maintain a student body in a community college and facilitate the transition from EPCC to a four year university.

 

Advisor: Christian Servin

Tel: 831-2064

Rm.: A1109

Email: cservin1@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus


  

Culinary Arts

The purpose of this club is to promote interest in culinary arts. Educate the students' knowledge of the culinary arts by raising funds, and attending national conventions and recognized competitions. Extend recognition of the Culinary Arts Program at EPCC.

 

Advisor: Jesus Lugo

Tel: 831-1302

Rm.: B235H

Email: jlugo18@epcc.edu

Location: ASC - "B" Building

 


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Diagnostic Medical Sonography

 Drama Club

The purposes of this club is to educate our local community of the many benefits of Diagnostic Ultrasound, to promote preventive health care in the El Paso and surrounding communities, to help students develop professionally and learn many career options associated with Diagnostic Medical Sonography.

Advisor: Nora Balderas

Tel: 831-4108
Rm. H158
Email: nbalder2@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus

 

The purpose of the club shall be as follows: (1) to cultivate, promote, and maintain interest in Theatre and its principles; (2) to educate and teach the qualities of Theatre and production; (3) to develop a spirit of collegiality among persons interested i Theatre here at El Paso Community College; (4) to help students develop professionally and learn about many opportunities associated with Theatre; and (5) to help other people in our community in ways consistent with our personal and professional growth and development.

 

Advisor: Hector Serrano

Tel: 831-2228
Rm. C401
Email: hserran1@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

 


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EPCC Gay & Straight Alliance

EPCC Legacy

The purpose of this club is to gather the gay, straight, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, and supportive community at EPCC in order to promote awareness of an education on issues of diversity, sexual orientation, and its variations, especially as it applies to human beings in a higher education setting and in the community. Provide students with information and support regarding issues of sexual orientation that as a community we may face in society today. Educate members on any nationwide news and events that affect our community. Provide support to students and peers by having group discussions and problem-solving strategies and to unite for fellowship and support with order students of diverse sexual orientation

Advisor: Sergio E. Saenz-Rivera

Tel: 831-3285

Rm.: A2306
Email: ssaenzri@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

The purpose of this club shall be to promote the practice of e-sports, challenging veteran players and teaching the new players the understanding and game play of the online competition games.

 

Advisor: Deborah Knapp

Tel: 831-2419

Rm.: SSC 127

Email: dknapp@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus


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Faded Frames    

The purpose of the club is to function under a well-organized set of goals and following schedules and specific procedure in order to achieve our main purposes such as: (1) To acquire more experience in Digital Media Production; (2) To build a strong portfolio for future academic goals; (3) To promote the Digital Media Production within the community and campus; (4) To provide tutoring to those interested about the techniques, equipment, programs and everything that is required for the accomplishment of their academic goals related to the Digital Media Production; (5) To produce media and compete in several national and international competitions and, if successful, create fund raising activities to travel, representing ourselves and the college; (6) To bring information and entertainment to our community.

 

Advisor: Ramon Villa

Tel: 831-2435

Rm.: A2306

Email: rvilla34@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus 

   
     

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Health Information Technology

The purpose of this club is to educate, promote and encourage others to learn and/or enroll in the Health Information Technology Program and to develop a spirit of collegiality among persons interested in this program. The club also helps students develop professionally and learn about many career options associated with Health Information.

Advisor: Jean Garrison

Tel: 831-4074
Rm.: B508
Email: jgarris@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus


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Lambda Alpha Epsilon

The purpose of this club is to cultivate, promote and maintain interest in criminal justice and related areas. Promote professional, academic, and public awareness of criminal justice issues. Improve criminal justice through educational activities, encourage the establishment and expansion of higher education and professional training in criminal justice. Promote high standards of ethical conduct, professional training, and higher education within the criminal justice field. To inspire collegiality among future criminal justice workers so that they may work cooperatively in the field and to do volunteer work related to criminal justice.

Faculty Advisors:

Dr. Gail Rioux

Tel: 831-2063

 

Jeff Brockhoff

Tel: 831-2488

 

Scott Mann

Tel: 831-2285

 

Website: www.acjalae.org

Location: Valle Verde Campus

 


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Military Club

Mu Alpha Theta

The purpose of this club is to (1) assist all veteran and active military students, including military affiliated students (spouses and children) in a smoother transition from a military life style into a civilian educational environment; (2) establis a military family type unity by encouraging and supporting student club members to pursue and achieve their future goals through an EPCC and/or university education; (3) directly support our community college by uniting and recruiting new members to meet and discuss their opinions, suggestions and ideas on bettering the college environment; (4) achieve our club goals through a "Vets Helping Vets" approach in order for members to become more involved in campus activities, as wells as veteran social programs, therefore supporting school spirit and fellow club membership harmony.

Advisor: Celeste Favela

Tel: 831-3368

Rm.: A2302
Email: cdelgad6@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

The purpose of this club is to promote scholarship in and enjoyment and understaing of, mathematics among El Paso Community College students and Transmountain Early College High School (TMECHS) students through various mathematical activities and events.

 

Advisor: Melinda R. Camarillo

Tel: 831-5018

Rm.: 1100

Email: mramos91@epcc.edu

Location: Transmountain Campus

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Native Plant

The purpose of this club is to promote interest in the El Paso desert environment by organizing activities that demonstrate the beauty and uniqueness of the native plants, educate about our native plants and their importance for the desert ecosystem. Help conserve our environment and its natural beauty by supporting rescue operations offered by local plant clubs and inform students about career options in a "green" future. Help our community find ways to accept our desert environment and grow and prosper in it.

Advisor: Gertrud Konings-Dudin
Tel: 831-5182

Rm. 1526
Email: gkonings@epcc.edu

Location: Transmountain Campus

 


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Philosophy

Physical Therapy

The purpose of this club is (1) to further expand the knowledge of the different philosophy fields; (2) promote logical thinking through facts and reasoning; (3) cultivate and promote open mindness and wisdom within the community.

 

Advisor: Manuela Alejandra Gomez

Tel: 831-7096

Rm.: A136

Email: mgome327@epcc.edu

Location: Mission Del Paso Campus

Physical Therapy is promoted and represented by this organization in a manner which is in alignment with the goals of the Texas Physical Therapy Association (TPTA). They endorse and maintain the common interest of the members of the physical therapy profession and contribute toward the improvement of the public's health.

Advisor: Debra Tomacelli
Tel: 831-4172

Rm.: H147
Email: dtomacel@epcc.edu

Campus: Rio Grande Campus

 


Psychology

Puente

The purpose of this club is to provide opportunities to become acquainted and involved with the larger field of psychology, to provide a forum for developing one's perspective about psychology and for building a sense of community and identity with others in the field. To provide greater opportunity for student interaction outside the classroom and to help students develop professionally and learn about the many career options associated with psychology.

 

Advisor: Shannan Valles

Tel: 831-4062

Rm.: B206

Email: stheus@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus

Thu purpose of the club shall be to build a strong sense of community within EPCC to current and former Puente students as well as other interested students.  The club will inform its members of academic, social, and community activities, and will also foster ongoing development of personal and educational growth, by exposure to the transfer process, career workshops, guest speakers, scholarship information, educational field trips, and cultural and university tours.


Advisor: Mary Helen Fabela

Tel: 831-2374

Rm.: SSC 128
Email: mvalen35@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

 


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Sapphire Warriors

Sigma Kappa Delta

The purpose of this club is to promote self-reliance to student with disabilities and improve the lives of students with disabilities. To have the Sapphire Warriors participate in fun activities on and off the campus. The Club will discuss disability related topics and will also participate in community service events.


Advisor: Carmen Attar
Tel: 831-2004
Rm. C112
Email: ccastil6@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

The purpose of this club is to promote writing and photography contests, and to attend presentations of noted writers and promote local writers. Provide leadership, publishing and networking opportunities with other students interested in the Fine Arts, and to provide students with access to scholarships and awards.

 

Advisor: Margie Nelson Rodriguez

Tel: 831-2179

Rm. B231

Email: mnelson9@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus


Sign Language

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

The purpose of the Sign Language Club is to increase understanding and enhanced communication access among the deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing individuals at El Paso Community College and the professional and service organizations in El Paso, Texas and the surrounding border communities. The Sign Club sponsors and supports activities and projects that develop and promote sign language and interpreting skills for EPCC students and our diverse trilingual community.


Advisor: Adriana D. Garcia
Tel: 831-3147
Rm. B251
Email: agarci44@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

The purpose of this club is to cultivate, promote and maintain interest in the engineering, science, math, and technology fields. Promote the importance of higher education in our community. Develop a spirit of collegiality among persons interested in engineering, science, math, and technology at EPCC. Help students develop professionally and learn about many career options associated with engineering, science, math, and technology. Help people in our community in a manner that is consistent with our professional growth and development. Develop networking relationships that will serve our members in their future careers.


Advisor: Gabriel Mendoza
Tel: 831-4403
Rm. M101

Email: gmendo24@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus


SOL Voice

Student American Dental Assistant

The purpose of this club is to cultivate, promote and maintain interest in theatre arts and community service and to educate the importance of theatre arts in our community. To develop a spirit of collegiality among persons interested in theatre arts and community services here at EPCC and to help students professionally and learn about many career options associated with theatre arts. Help other people in our community in ways consistent with our personal and professional growth and development.


Advisor: Angelina Arellanes-Nunez
Tel: 831-5212
Rm.
Email: aarell26@epcc.edu

Location: Transmountain Campus

The purpose of this club should be to cultivate, promote and sustain the art and science of dental assisting, to present and safeguard the common interest of the members of the dental assisting professions and to contribute to the improvement of the public's health.


Advisor: Sharon Dickenson
Tel: 831-4065
Rm. H231
Email: sdickins@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus

 


Student American Dental Hygiene Association

Student Communication Association Network

The purpose of this club is to educate, promote and maintain interest in meticulous proper self oral hygiene within the community and to promote awareness of the Rio Grande Border clinic for students to build and maintain a large client base throughout the community for x-rays, teeth cleaning, sealants, polishing and fluoride treatments. To help the dental hygiene students to be professional and proficient with in their careers and to develop a spirit of professional cutting edge awareness among persons interested in dental hygiene at EPCC. Help everyone interested within the community learn and maintain proper oral hygiene in ways consistent with our professional teaching, technology and development.


Advisor: Debra S. Stadjuhar
Tel: 831-4224
Rm. B204J
Email: dstadjuh@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus

The purpose of this club is to provide a way for EPCC students to networking with other students, faculty, as well as other professionals and professional organizations. To provide a forum for students to receive training and practice in regards to communication skills are vital to professional marketing and provides students with opportunities to develop leadership skills and become active leaders in their communities.


Advisor: Al Arvizo 
Tel: 831-2677
Rm. A2106
Email: aarvizo@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

 


Student Nurses Association (SNA)

Suspended Motion

This organization promotes the responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest possible quality of health care. Provides current and fundamental nursing programs.


Advisor: Andrew Auckland

Tel: 831-4243
Rm.: E117
Email: aaucklan@epcc.edu

Location: Rio Grande Campus

 

The purpose of this club shall be to introduce and promote dance as an art to the EPCC community.  Its members shall render services to the school by participating and hosting various school and community events.  Club will provide students/members with an opportunity to express, create, and develop their artistic skills in the discipline of dance.  Our members will have the chance to perform and develop choreography.  This process will help students artistic expression and voice.  Students will be able to speak to the community.  We will encourage participation and involvement in order to build a sense of unit and cooperation within our members.


Advisor: Rainy Demerson

Tel: 831-2364
Rm.: 1214
Email: rdemerso@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus


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Teen Survivor Club

 

The purpose of this club is to raise awareness of the many difficult issues facing our pre-teens in our community. To "Save" as many children as possible by conducting Survival Fairs through our local middle schools for children and their parents. Developing the spirit of "Teen Survivors" that celebrates our accomplishments as college students and what we can give back to our community. To apply our knowledge gained through coursework in a "real-life" setting and to grow the Teen Survivor Program by promotion, fundraising, and other forms of support.

 

Advisor: Claudia Cochran

Tel: 831-2253

Rm. A1212

Email: ccochra2@epcc.edu

Location: Valle Verde Campus

 



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