Student Organizations


Faculty Advisor: Kellie Smith

COMM Club is a great way to get involved on campus and in the community, learn about professional opportunities for Communication graduates, recruit other majors and minors to our discipline, and network with other students and professionals who have similar interests.

To become a member of the club, you must be an undergraduate student at TAMUCC; willing to attend at least one meeting per month; interested in networking, event planning, community service, fundraising, and serving in recruitment efforts for the Department of Communication and Media. 

To join: Submit your name, e-mail address, telephone number, and estimated graduation/semester year to

Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Honor Society

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Michael Sollitto

Lambda Pi Eta (LPH) is the official communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association (NCA).  As an accredited member of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS), Lambda Pi Eta has nearly 300 active chapters at colleges and universities worldwide.  A formal induction ceremony is held toward the end of each Spring semester. Inductees are encouraged to invite their family and friends to come to the ceremony and share in their achievement.

Requirements for Membership:

-Completed at least 60 credit hours

-Completed at least 12 credit hours in Communication at TAMUCC

-Have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above

-Have a GPA of 3.25 or better in all Communication coursework

-Be in good standing with the university

Students who meet the qualifications will be sent an invitation to join Lambda Pi Eta.  Invitations will be e-mailed to qualifying students' e-mail address (on file with the university) in November and in March.  If the student chooses to accept membership, s/he will need to pay a one-time induction fee ($45) to cover the cost of a membership certificate, lapel pin, honors cords for graduation, and a meal for the induction ceremony.

If a student does not receive an invitation but meets the requirements to join, they should submit an official copy of their TAMUCC transcript to BH329 or at

Film Club

Faculty Advisor: Scott Thurman

Film Club focuses on the world of visual media - its production, consumption and analysis. Film Club welcomes students of all levels of skill and knowledge. The love of filmmaking and related arts (movies, TV, gaming and more) is the core of this organization, and persons interested in coming together to share this passion for visual storytelling are always welcome.

The club hosts bi-weekly meetings on Fridays and special events (such as screenings with snacks followed by a discussion) on alternate weeks.

To join: Find us on I-Engage at any time and apply. Upon manual approval, you will be invited to the Film Club's Discord chat; news about upcoming events will be announced in this chat and via email.