About the Department
The main function of the Student Life Coordinator is to enhance student leadership and a sense of community among the students, faculty, and staff.
About Student Life
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association is a representative assembly elected by the students of Houston Community College Northeast. Members of Student Government serve for a term of one year. Members must maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average. SGA members serve on committees, assist with campus events, attend leadership conferences and volunteer in their community. Elections are held each spring semester in April. Officers must maintain a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
The purpose of the HCC NE Student Government Association (SGA) is to represent the student body of this college. Our goal is simple: we aim to make student life on this campus more responsive to students needs. We are your voice. We sit on numerous committees in which the administration and various vendors consult with us to make this college more student-friendly. We are busy performing a vital function, and we need your help.
2013-2014 Student Government Officers
President- Jaren Murphy
Vice President- Juan Hernandez
Secretary- Inez Goodman
Parliamentarian- Jeremy Brewster
Treasurer- Randy Corvera
Historian- Jose Luna Humanitarian- Robyn Coleman
SGA Office 8001 Fulton
Houston, Texas 77022
David Jones 713-718-8296
HCC Northeast SGA Hosts Events to Keep Students Involved
HCC Northeast Student Government Association (SGA) President Luis Hernandez is determined to get every student at the Northeast College involved in their education.
How to Contact SGA
We want to hear from you! How to Join SGA? Click here to complete a membership application. Meetings How do I get involved? Benefits What are the benefits of being involved?
The Egalitarian - School Newspaper Online
- EMS Student Organization
The EMS student organization was set up to provide EMS students with a support system for academics, professional networking and service opportunities Advisor: Dean Demers 713-718-6926 firstname.lastname@example.org
- M.A.Y.O. Mexican American Youth Organization
M.A.Y.O. is a student organization which promotes and celebrates Hispanic Culture. The purpose of this organization is to improve, promote and encourage education, community outreach, instill and nurture leadership skills and cultural awareness of the Hispanic Heritage within the student body.
Advisors 2013 - 2014
Dora Campa 713-718-5291
Terri Foster 713-718-8356
2013 - 2014 Officers
President Randy Corvera email@example.com
Vice President Tiera Green firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary Airan Arellano email@example.com
Treasurer Julio Hernandez firstname.lastname@example.org
Historian Samuel Holguin email@example.com
Reporter Dulce Tavira firstname.lastname@example.org
Parliamentarian Jose Luna email@example.com
Event Coordinator Pedro Gonzalez firstname.lastname@example.org
Men of Honor
In an effort to address some of the academic and social disparities associated with minority males in college, HCC-Northeast formed a chapter of Men of Honor. The organizations mission is to help build academic and social futures of young minority male students. Men of Honor are committed to performing multiple community service projects, being socially responsible, and maintaining academic excellence while simultaneously recruiting and encouraging other young men to join.
Advisor: Gabriel Slack 713-718-8335 email@example.com
- Northeast Athletics
Please contact Troy R. Jefferson if you would be interested in participating in the following or any other sports:
NE Women's Basketball
NE Men's Soccer
NE Coed Flag Footbal
NE Coed Softball
Program Director, Recreational Sports
Troy R. Jefferson
Houston Community College District/Northeast College
555 Community College Drive Houston, Texas 77013
713.718.5324, Office Phone 713.718.5803, fax
- Omega Simga Chapter of PhiPhi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for two year colleges. Phi Theta Kappa's mission is to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and to provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Qualifications for membership are based on a GPA of 3.5 or higher and the completion of 12 college level credits with Houston Community College.
Advisor: Dr. Ndu Dikeocha 713-718-2441 firstname.lastname@example.orgTheta Kappa
- Performing Art Club - PAC
- Society of Petroleum Engineers Student Organization SPE
- Student Veterans Organization