C100 is an organization of collegiate students committed to volunteerism and mentorship, with the intent to, in conjunction with the sponsoring chapter of 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, their goal is to mentor the mentee of Collegiate 100 and provide opportunities for internship through the sponsoring chapter.
|Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)||
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.
|SPARK - Students Promoting Awareness, Recognition, Knowledge of Disabilities (Formerly FUSE)||SPARK Stands for Students Promoting Awareness Recognition and Knowledge of disabilities. The SPARK Club works hard to bring awareness and promote inclusion of those with disabilities. The SPARK Club strives to provide a forum for those who have a diagnosis of which they can express themselves openly, without judgments and to diminish stereotypes of those who are disabled.||Tim McArter & Bridget Mullen|
|Student Government Association||SGA stands for Student Government Association. The SGA is the voice of every student at Hillsborough Community College. All students are automatically “members” of the SGA, but you can become a voting member by applying to become a Senator. The SGA is devoted to advocate for those issues that will enhance the educational, social, and career development of all HCC students.||TBA|
|Student Nursing Association (SNA)||
SNA Stands for Student Nursing Association. SNA is dedicated to fostering the professional development of nursing students and potential nursing students, promoting awareness and involvement in nursing and health for all students.
Vet Tech is a club that welcomes everyone and anyone interested in the well-being of animals, and/or Veterinary medical topics/professions. The club strives to promote the educational advancement of Veterinary Technicians as well as to be activists for the well-being of animals.
|Cynthia Robinson and Anthony Spatola|