Student Clubs and Organizations at North Lake

For more information, contact the advis​or listed or the Office of Student Life.

Student Clubs and Organizations

Campus activities FOR students, BY students. We create fun, diverse events that connect students and provide goodwill to our campus and community.

Contact: Mara Dillman

Christians on Campus meets for the growth and mutual encouragement in the Christian life through campus Bible studies, prayer and group gatherings.

Contact: Email Christians on Campus

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The International Club’s purpose is to provide opportunities for members to socialize and learn about other cultures and languages. The club also educates the greater campus by planning school events. We provide an inclusive community where international students can support each other and enjoy their social life on campus.

Contact: Email Lai Ping Lau

Open to all students interested in writing for the school's award-winning newspaper, the News-Register, and promoting college and community projects sponsored by the newspaper.

Contact: Email Journalism Club, 972-273-3498, A Building, A-234

Promoting a better understanding of math and implementation of math skills in everyday life. Requirements: 3.0 overall GPA and 3.0 GPA overall in math courses.

Contact: Yan Avram

Our goal as a group is to inspire a positive influence on who we are as people. Following the word of Islam, we will spread the knowledge of its true beliefs and customs to both Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

Contact: Roy Vu

The Pride club open to all students. We focus on promoting community service as well as equality for College LGBTQ Community.

Contact: Email Steven Benezue,

Psi Beta is a Psychology National Honor Society designed for students who are interested in the field of psychology. Requirements: 3.25 GPA, 12 transferable credit hours, 1 Psychology class with a grade of B or higher.

Contact: Email Psi Beta or faculty advisor Enrique Otero

The purpose of this organization shall be to promote student engagement among TRiO SSS students through community service opportunities, leadership training, club activities, and bi-weekly meetings.

Contact: Email TRiO SSS Club, 972-273-3150, A Building, A-413

Designed to promote the visual arts at North Lake and to encourage students to participate in art-related activities. Open to any students enrolled in art classes or any Northlake student interested in art.

Contact: Email W.E.O.T.A., 972-273-3577