Student Clubs and Organizations

SENMC Students are invited to participate in the student organizations offered on the SENMC campus. Some clubs may consist of events and activities throughout the semester and are under the advisement of a SENMC faculty or staff member. For questions, please contact Judi Cox-Tindol at (575) 234-9335.

American Criminal Justice Association (Beta Alpha Delta)SENMC supports the Beta Alpha Delta Chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association/Lambda Alpha Epsilon. The Association is a National Criminal Justice professional-type fraternity. The college has a very active chapter that raises funds to attend regional and national conferences/competitions, perform community service projects, campus service projects and have fun.

Membership in the association gives the student an opportunity to improve their C J skills and knowledge, network with people from all over the United States and further criminal justice professionalism. Membership is open to persons who are enrolled in the criminal justice program at the college and who are currently employed or were at the time of their application employed in an area concerned with the administration of criminal justice, as well as persons honorably retired from a career in an area concerned with the administration of criminal justice.

There are three levels of participation for competition purposes: lower division academic, upper division academic, and professional. For further information, contact Dr. Karima Mourhat at

Equality Club: Equality Club is committed to the wellness and success of all students, faculty, and staff in their expression of gender and sexuality at SENMC. Equality Club meets to provide a safe space to gather and promote advocacy, education, and programming within SENMC and the community.  Our Mission is to promote diversity and inclusion at SENMC. For more information, contact

E-Sports: Esports, an open-membership SENMC club will grow in members while being academically conscience and community-minded as to demonstrate that gaming is a skill-based and critical-thinking team sport. For more information, contact Freddy Espino at

Phi Theta KappaPhi Theta Kappa is  the international honor society for two-year colleges, emphasizing leadership, scholarship and service. To be eligible for membership, students must have a 3.5 GPA, completed a minimum of 12 credits of non-developmental coursework, be of good character, and be recommended by faculty. A one-time membership fee of $65 is required. Members are eligible for special conferences, workshops, and scholarships.

Student GovernmentThe Student Government of SENMC are elected by and represent the student body.  During the spring semester, SENMC holds an election and the newly elected members serve during the next academic year (summer sessions excluded).  The Student Government coordinates campus activities and hosts events on student development issues such as drug and alcohol abuse prevention, suicide prevention, mental and physical wellness, leadership, and cultural diversity.

Student Government is open to any student meeting the following qualifications:  Enrolled in a minimum of 6-semester credits, possessing a 2.0 grade point average or higher, and in good standing with SENMC. Responsibilities of the Student Government include but are not limited to identifying qualifications for the recognition of student organizations and related funding, student social activities, student activity budgets, student publications, student elections, students’ academic freedoms, and the use of facilities dedicated for student’s social, cultural, recreational and service activities. Students are encouraged to join and actively participate in the student government.  For more information, call  Judi Cox-Tindol at (575) 234-9335.

Student Nurses AssociationThe SENMC Student Nurses Association is an organization for nursing students designed to contribute to nursing education, to provide programs representative of the fundamental interests and concerns of nursing students, and to aid nursing students in the development of the whole person, and to promote and encourage collaborative relationships with nursing and health-related organizations. Membership is open to pre and current nursing students. For more information, call (575) 234- 9300.

Note:  This list of Student Organizations could change as students are always welcome to create additional organizations and clubs.