Dale Mabry Clubs




Association of Professional Scholastic Opticians (APSO) Club

APSO is an organization for the support of students in the Opticianry, Ophthalmic Technician Program, or any other HCC student interested in the field of Ophthalmology.

Laurie Pierce

Collegiate 100 Collegiate 100 is an organization committed to volunteerism and mentorship. Collegiate 100 follows the principles of the larger organization, 100 Black Men of America. Ronald McCullough

CyberHawks Club

The purpose of the HCC Cyber Hawks is to promote the growth, awareness, understand, and skills of those who are interested in Cybersecurity, regardless of major, background, or previous experience.

​​​​Sharon Moran

Dental Assisting Student Organization

DASO's goal is to provide good oral health care through training and service, as well as include social and community activities and educational support for students in the Dental Assisting program and other students interested in the field.


Ashish Dubal


Hawks' Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Interest Group To teach and facilitate creative writing, storytelling, and acting through the tabletop roleplaying game, Dungeons & Dragons

Dean Harris

Engineering Club

Engineering Club is designed to stimulate interest in the field of Engineering by engaging in projects and activities on campus, provide networking opportunities, and support students as they transfer to the next level of education.

Jessica Wilson & Dr. Bruce Bondurant

Film Club

Film Club wants to create an environment where members can explore their interest in film by watching, discussing and reviewing films, as well as educate members on the process of filmmaking.

Joanne Kakascik-Dye & April Muchmore-Vokoun

Inkwell Interest Group

Inkwell creates a community of writers from all genres, skills, and styles including, but not limited to research, fiction/non-fiction, drama, poetry, comics, etc. Inkwell's focus will be to foster an atmosphere that's encouraging, engaging, and fun for our members.

Valerie Saad 

International Student Ambassadors

Ambassadors help first-year students acclimate to life at HCC and the Tampa community through mentoring with experienced HCC students (domestic and international).

Minami Eberhard

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

InterVarsity is a caring and diverse community where individuals can build friendships and explore Christian faith in the marketplace of ideas.

Dr. Kathryn Smith

Medical Lab Sciences Club

MLS Club's purpose is to further the information and cooperation between students in the Medical Lab Sciences program and those interested in the field.

Dr. Tripat Kaur ​​​​& Kim Novatko

Model United Nations

Model United Nations is an organization that allows students to simulate the actions of the real United Nations. The HCC Model UN team is open to all HCC students, regardless of major or career goals, who are registered for at least one credit hour on any of the five major campuses.

Dr. Eric Fiske
National Society of Collegiate Scholars As a campus affiliate of NSCS National, this group recognizes and celebrates high achievement among 1st and 2nd-year students and provides opportunities for personal growth, leadership training, as well as scholarship opportunities. 

Kara Horwood

New Image in Jesus

New Image in Jesus unites students through fellowship and study of Christian principles in a faith-building environment.

Dr. Nathan Moats

Nuclear Medicine Tech Club

The Nuclear Medicine Tech Club provides resources for students interested in pursuing a career in Nuclear Medicine Technology or who have a general interest in the field.

Marlene Dalziel

Phi Beta Lambda

PBL is the collegiate version of FBLA, focused on the development of future business leaders in our society and world through practical experience and competitions on the local and national level.

Linda Tarrago

Phi Theta Kappa

PTK is the world’s largest and most prestigious honor society for two-year college students. Students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better (after completing at least 12 credit hours at HCC) will be invited to join and must maintain a 3.25 or better to remain a member in good standing. PTK’s hallmarks are scholarship, fellowship, leadership and service.

Tom Klee

Psi Beta

Psi Beta is the campus affiliate of the national honor society for students in the field of psychology.  The organization encourages scholastic achievement in the field, as well as provides opportunities to develop interest and experience.

Todd Joseph & Kaleena Landry

Psychology Club

Psychology Club brings together students interested in the field of psychology to bring awareness of mental health, learn more about the field, as well as enjoy being around like-minded people.

Todd Joseph & Kaleena Landry

Public Health Student Association Club PHSA was established to provide assistance to the community by informing the public on health-related topics and how to better their own lives. Dr. Todd Wells

Radiation Therapy Club

The Radiation Therapy Club are students who have been accepted into the Radiation Therapy program and those interested in the field with a goal of raising awareness of the treatment, early detection, and prevention of cancers.


Nichole Moninger


Radiography Club

The purpose of the Radiography Club is to encourage students to work together and gain general knowledge in the field of Radiography including Radiographic Anatomy and Radiologic sciences.

Teri Sliman

Respiratory Care Club

The Respiratory Care Club is designed for students in the Respiratory Care program and those interested in the field.  Their goal is to promote general interest in respiratory health throughout the community.

Gina Ricard & Scott Miller

Dale Mabry Student Government Association

The Dale Mabry SGA believes in opportunities for students to learn, serve, and lead throughout their tenure at HCC and beyond.  All students have a voice in SGA, but our Executive Board, at-large Senators, and representatives from each SGA-recognized club make up the voting body.  This group comes together weekly to represent the student voice, discuss issues, and determine how activity funds are best used to support Dale Mabry students.  SGA also supports the Student Activities Office’s efforts and funds clubs to provide activities and events for students throughout the year. 

Catherine Korman
SEA-PHAGES SEA-PHAGES provides students with an interest in undergraduate research to network and collaborate with peers and alumni, while learning through Socratic and biology-focused activities and building presentation skills Dr. Margaret Hopson-Fernandes & Dr. Lisa Smith

Sonography Club

The Sonography Club is designed for students in the Sonography program and those interested in the field.  Their goal is to promote and enhance sonography education.

Carrie HallEugene Anitori & Elizabeth Drolz

Spoken Word and Hip Hop Expression Club SWHHE Club shall be to educate members on the history, creation, and delivery of spoken word poetry and various forms of hip-hop cultural expression which includes, but is not limited to: rap, graffiti, break dancing, beat-boxing, and DJ-ing. Melissa Steinhardt

Student American Dental Hygiene Association

Campus affiliate of the American Dental Hygiene Association, established for students in the Dental Hygiene program at HCC or those interested in the field.  The goal is to promote the importance of oral care.

Paula Porter-Smith

Student Nurses Association

Campus affiliate of the National Student Nurses Association, SNA is for students in the Nursing program and those interested in the field.  Their goal is to represent the fundamental interests of nursing students, including service, leadership, and provision of high-quality care.

Kristina Nappi & Joscelyn Richey

Students for Gender Equality and Intersectional Feminism SFGEIF empowers underrepresented minorities on college campuses by providing them the support and resources needed to narrow the achievement gap in higher education. 

Suzanne Lynch

Students for the Environment 

SFE is an organization for students that promote issues related to sustainability, environmental awareness, and community service through events and projects that better the community.

Dr. Jennifer Bess & Dr. Margaret Hopson Fernandes

We Are People (LGBT Support) WAP is for students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or any other variant and their allies to have an open dialogue about issues facing them on campus and society, as well as safe space to help find support and learn about resources to assist on campus and in the community. Dr. Deborah Barr