Student Clubs and Organizations

Lamar Community College students can realize incredible personal and career growth by participating in activities that mirror their interests.


Student Government

The Student Government Association(SGA) is comprised of 5 elected student officers and a student senate made up of volunteers. SGA meets weekly to plan student events, discuss campus issues, and vote on student related decisions. Students who participate in SGA are given the opportunity to gain meaningful experience they can take with them after they graduate from LCC. To learn more about SGA, see the SGA Constitution and By-Laws.

Questions? Contact SGA by email at

State Student Advisory Council

The purpose of the State Student Advisory Council (SSAC) is to serve as an advisory body to the Colorado State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education. Members of the SSAC are elected by a vote of their respective student bodies. LCC elects a SSAC Representative each year. 

Student Organizations

Aggie Club

The LCC Aggie Club is open to all LCC students interested in agriculture.


Collegiate DECA at LCC gives interested students valuable experience in the business industry.

LCC Shooting Club

The LCC Shooting Club is open to all students interested in shooting sports.

Nursing Student Organization

Students in the LCC Nursing Program can gain leadership experience in the Nursing Student Organization.

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for two-year colleges. LCC’s Beta Eta Gamma chapter is highly involved on campus.

Phi Theta Kappa (Beta Eta Gamma Chapter)

Rodeo Club

The LCC Rodeo Club is open to all students with an interest in Rodeo.

Spur'n Lopes Equine Club

The Spur’n Lopes Equine Club is open to all students interested in the equine industry.