SouthShore Clubs

CLUB Description ADVISOR

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.

Carol Stallworth

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.

Shawn McKinney & Roxanna 

SouthShore Gaming Club (SGC)

To provide the students at the SouthShore Hillsborough Community College a club that provides recreational video game activities while also exposing the students to a positive competitive experience by hosting tournaments for video games.

Wendy Pogoda 

SouthShore International Club (SIC)

The purpose of the International Club is to promote awareness in international cultures. The International Club hopes to cultivate a positive   exchange of cultural ideas, practices and traditions amongst students and members of the local community of the various cultures they represent. The International Club strives to create an environment whereby all members of Hillsborough Community College’s Southshore Campus embrace and commemorate all the cultures of the world.

Natalie Bisciglia

SouthShore SGA

The Student Government Association (SGA) is a group of elected student leaders who advocate on a local, state, and national level for student concerns. SGA also plans and implements events on campus. All students are members of SGA. The SGA is the medium through which students can actively participate in the programs and policy-making procedures of the College. It serves as the means of communication between students and the administration.


Student Nurses Association

To mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses, and to convey the standards, ethics, and skills that students will need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession.

Mary Watts