Student Clubs, Organizations & Programs

Student Life & Leadership provides SPC/SE students the opportunity to become more involved within their school & community. You will develop leadership skills, have access to more scholarships, and meet new friends through…

CEO Club

CEO’s mission is to inform, support and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation. With a diverse entrepreneurial community and global network, CEO provides student entrepreneurs with opportunities, events, chapter activities, and conferences to help start businesses. The highlight of the year is the annual National Conference hosted each fall.

Advisor: Nicolle Panuthos,
Advisor: April Bailey,

Date: Sept. 26th
Location: TL 108
Time: 2:30-4PM

Club Med

To provide resources to explore health and medicine. To provide support for academic success through community service and dedication.Club med strives to provide students with a larger sense of being and cultivate awareness of and foster engagement with issues related to health and medicine in our community.

Advisor: Sue Kubler,

Second and Forth Thursday of the Month
Location: UP 176
Time: 1-2PM

Cooking Club

To bring together the students of the Early College, Dual Enrollment, and Early Admissions programs to promote an environment of social wellness. 

Advisor: Kelly Rich,

Every other Tuesday
Location: PB 708
Time: 9:30-10AM

International Club

To share cultural experiences while embracing and enhancing cultural understanding through participation in social and community service activities.

Advisor: Valentina Tsoneva,

Last Wednesday of the Month
Location: LI 117
Time: 12:45-1:45PM

Intervarsity Christian Club

To establish and advance witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: Growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world.

Advisor: Sherry Wagner,
Advisor: Steven Sinclair,

Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Location: UP 156
Time: Tuesdays -12:30-1:30PM & Wednesdays- 11:15-12:15PM


Intramural Sports

Traditional sports such as soccer, baseball, Ultimate Frisbee and volleyball.  

Advisor: Student Life and Leadership

Every Tuesday
Location: UP Soccer Field
Time: 12-1:30PM

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Men Achieving Excellence (MAX)

Helping male students maximize their potential.

Advisor: Derrick Bullard,

Second and Forth Thursday of the Month
Location: UP 175
Time: 12:30-1:30PM

Music Appreciation Club (MAC)

Communicate, network, and socialize with fellow musicians and music fans at SPC. (online club)

Advisor: Tony Smith,


Psi-Beta National Honor Society for Psychology Students / Psychology Club

Psi Beta is the national honor society in psychology for community colleges. Our mission is professional development of psychology students through promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service.

The Psychology Club, anyone can join! Though most members major in psychology or other social sciences, there are plenty of criminology, biology, pre-law, and students anywhere in between. As long as you have an interest in psychology or any of the areas it illuminates (which is a surprisingly large amount...EVERYTHING is psychological in some way!), you are a perfect fit for the SPC-Seminole Psychology Club.

Advisor: Sharon Olsen,

First Thursday of the Month
Location: UP 233
Time: 12:30-1:30PM

* Congratulations to Professor Sharon Olsen, Mackenzie Moreno (Spring 2018 Early College graduate) and Sabrina Mitchell for presenting their research at the American Psychological Association convention in San Francisco. They presented their research on "The Relationship between Narcissism and Grit in Community College Students" at this year's American Psychological Association convention in San Francisco. We are so proud of our hardworking students and our fabulous Psi Beta Advisor who also is responsible for starting the Psi Beta Chapter in 2015!

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)

International Honor Society - Leadership/Fellowship/Scholarship/Service

Advisors:Amber Estlund, & Kelly Rich,

Dates: Sept. 26
Location: UP 176
Time: 2-3PM

Seminole Fishing Club

Fish Long & Prosper.

Advisor: Chris Nicol, - Email Advisor to reserve a spot.


Spanish Club

Create awareness of the Hispanic Culture.

Advisor: Osiris Albrecht,

Fourth Tuesday and Thursday of the Month
Location: PH 117B
Time: 12:45-1:45PM

Student Government Association

The purpose of the SGA is to serve as the official representative of the student body’s interests, concerns, and needs at St. Petersburg College.

Advisor: Malena Buck,

First & Third Tuesday of the Month
Location: UP 193
Time: 12:30-1:30PM

SGA Constitution and Seminole Campus ByLaws

Student Chapter of Tampa Bay Environmental Professionals (TBAEP)

TBAEP provides a forum for environmental professionals and students to network, learn and make a difference in the Tampa Bay Region.

Advisor: Maura Scanlon,

Dates: TBA
Location: TBA
Time: TBA


Team Scrap

The purpose of Team Scrap is to provide students with a creative, comfortable atmosphere to learn and create crafts that can be useful and decorative.

Advisor: Student Life and Leadership

Date: Aug. 30th (Make a Vision Board)
Location: UP 195
Time: 12-2PM

Date: Sept. 11th (Painted Rock, Remember 9/11)
Location: UP 195
Time: 12:30-2PM

WAVE (Web Arts & Visual Entertainment Club)

The purpose of the W.A.V.E. club is to foster and champion the use of digital media through artistic, technical and educational communication. The Club encourages professional development by providing students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to meet, exchange ideas and share experiences in working with digital media. The social and educational activities of the Club promote the development of professional networks that will provide continuing support as members continue their careers in digital media.

Advisor: Delynda Keefe,

Every Thursday
Location: UP 310
Time: 12:30-1:30PM

Wetlands Restoration Club

Advocates to preserve and restore the hydrologic, biologic, and aesthetic values of wetlands as public assets. We place highest priority on the protection of existing natural wetlands. We also support restoration of degraded wetlands.

Advisor: Larry Ducey,

Every Tuesday
Location: LI 268
Time: 4:30PM

Women on the Way (WOW)

Women on the Way (WOW) is a resource and support center developed to help women succeed in college. Many women trying to enter or return to college face time and resource challenges. In addition to meeting some basic needs for members WOW offers opportunities for leadership, friendship and community service.

Advisor:Pepper Harth,

Every Thursday
Location: TL 108
Time: 12-2PM

Yoga Club

Come and bring a mat and enjoy some yoga.

Advisor: TBA

Every Wednesday
Location: PH 117B
Time: 11AM-12PM

Come relax in the Titan Lounge, UP 192. Watch TV, play games, study, and have lots of fun! 
Phone: 727-394-6103

Student Life & Leadership, UP 195, for info call:
Phone: 727-302-6530

*all info is subject to change