Student Life
Clubs and Organizations

Student activities allow students to come together and form long-lasting relationships, while gaining experience, transferable skills and knowledge. Becoming involved in student clubs and organizations promotes a sense of community and provides high quality of life. We encourage students to enrich their academic experience by becoming involved in campus organizations and activities.

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Behavorial and Social Science Organization (BSSO) works to expand knowledge in Criminal Justice, History, Psychology, and Sociology and helps to develop leadership skills through participation in student-led service activities. Contact faculty advisor Connie Thomason for more information at (318) 345-9216.

Delta Christian Fellowship is an organization of students and faculty whose purpose is to grow in love for God, God’s word, and God’s people of all ethnicities and cultures. Contact faculty advisor Mary Spicer for more information at (318) 345-9226.

Delta Early Childhood Development (DECO) is an organization that promotes the education and welfare of young children and their families and promotes professional development for students interested in young children. Contact faculty advisor Donna Guice for more information at (318) 345-9159.

Fine Arts Organization: Cultural Understanding and Services (FOCUS) offers students the opportunity to enrich their lives by becoming involved in a variety of areas of fine arts. Students are encouraged to participate in all art evetns. Contact faculty advistor Stacy Medaries for more information at (318) 345-9234.

Delta Science Club (Sci Quest) provides students with exposure to the diversity of science disciplines. Camaraderie among members is enhanced through a variety of field trips, activities, and guest speakers. Contact faculty advisor Tiffany Green for more information at (318) 345-9178.

Phi Theta Kappa With 1,250 chapters at two-year colleges across the world, Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honor society in higher education. Members enjoy many exclusive benefits and opportunities for scholarship. The organization not only recognizes and encourages scholarly endeavors but also provides opportunities for leadership development, networking, community service, and FUN! When you earn a cumulative GPA of 3.5 on at least 12 transferable credit hours at Delta, you can join Phi Theta Kappa. You should receive an invitation through the mail, but if you don’t hear from your chapter’s advisor, seek out that individual yourself and start the paperwork. Don’t delay membership! As soon as you earn that 3.5, fill out the paperwork and join. If you should happen to have an unlucky semester and drop to a 2.99 cumulative GPA, then membership is no longer open to you. Students must maintain at least a 3.00 GPA to remain a member in good standing. Please contact your chapter advisors at

The Technology Engineering and Modeling Club (TEAM Delta) provides students with opportunities to experience a variety of new technological, engineering, and modeling disciplines.

Student Government Association
SGA exists to provide the student body with a means to deal with the affairs of students and as a forum for the expression of student views concerning student life within the College. Incoming freshmen students are encouraged to apply for freshmen senator positions. For more information, contact SGA Staff Advisor Raquel Elder at (318) 345-9146.

Student Ambassadors
Student Ambassadors are a dynamic team of student volunteers and leaders who represent Louisiana Delta Community College both on campus and in the community. If you are interested in becoming a Student Ambassador complete the application and submit to the Student Services Office.

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