2021-2022 Student Guide & Residence Life Handbook 
    Dec 01, 2021  
2021-2022 Student Guide & Residence Life Handbook

Student Organizations

South Plains College is committed to creating an environment that fosters student growth both academically and socially. SPC Clubs and Organizations provide students with a diverse and balanced intellectual, cultural, spiritual and social experience that encourages student learning and development, awareness and responsible living as well as enhances the mission of the College.

Formation of New Clubs

New student organizations may be formed as the need develops. To be registered as a South Plains College Club or Organization a petition for approval must first be submitted to the Director of Student Life on the Levelland Campus. The petition must set forth:

  1. The objective of the organization.
  2. Membership requirements.
  3. Proposed constitution.
  4. Signature of faculty sponsors (2 minimum).
  5. Signature of minimum of 10 petitioners.

Petitions may be obtained from The Office of Student Life.

Handling of Club and Organizational Funds

SPC Clubs & Organizations are required to open an account through the South Plains College Business office. Deposits and withdrawals should be submitted to the Business Office by the club President and must be approved by the club advisor.

Club Sponsored Events

Official SPC Clubs & Organizations may sponsor and host events on the South Plains College campuses. To sponsor or host an event, clubs and organizations must submit in writing a request to the either the Director of Student Life on the Levelland Campus, the Director of the Plainview Center or the Dean of the Reese Center depending which campus the event will be held. Authorization may not be granted if the event is in conflict with an already scheduled event. Further arrangements are the responsibility of the sponsoring organization and their advisor.

Student Use of Facilities

South Plains College facilities are intended primarily for the support of ongoing instructional programs of the institution. Secondary priority is given to programs sponsored and conducted by college instructional and administrative departments. Beyond these two priorities, use of campus space and facilities is permitted and encouraged for events and activities that serve or benefit the College campus community.

Permission to use campus facilities and space is granted by the Director of Student Life on the Levelland Campus, the Director of the Plainview Center, and the Dean of the Reese Center. The use of South Plains College facilities and space must adhere to college policies/ regulations, as well as local, state and federal law.

Posting and Distribution Guidelines

Before posting or distributing petitions, handbills, signs, or pieces of literature, the student, registered student organization, individual or group must submit a copy of the material to be distributed to one of the following for approval prior to posting, based on location:

Levelland Campus - Director of Student Life

Reese Center - Dean of the Reese Center

Lubbock Center - Executive Director of the Lubbock Center

Plainview Center - Director of the Plainview Center

The materials to be posted or distributed must comply with Policy FBAB.

POSTED MATERIALS SHOULD BE REMOVED BY THE STUDENT, Individual OR ORGANIZATION no later than 14 days after posting or, if it relates to an event, not longer than 24 hours after the event to which it relates has ended. At the time of removal, care should be taken not to litter the area around which the material was posted.

Active Clubs and Organizations






Anime Club


Will Crescioni

Art Club


Kristy Kristinek

Advocates for Children Today


Stephanie Deering

Baptist Student Ministries (BSM)


Matt Berry


Black Student Union



Biology Club


David Etheredge

Business Administration Club


Lauren Gregory

Campus Ambassadors


Lindsay Sharp

Catholic Student Ministries


Robin Coler

DECOM (Design Communications)


Paul Davidson

Emergency Medical Services Student Organization



Entrepreneurial Club - Student Entrepreneurs after Real Change


Ramesh Krishnan

Jazz Club


John Kennedy

International Student Union


Dee Dee Odorizzi

Intramural Sports


Dustin Wimmer

Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice


Kenny Burns

Phi Theta Kappa


Kristina Garrett


Physical Therapy Assistant Assoc.


Jackie Underwood

Press Club


Charles Ehrenfeld

Quarter Mile Club


Gary Ham

Residence Hall Assn. (RHA)


Jennifer Feddes

Sixth (6th) Man Spirit Squad


Josh Meredith

SPC Bands


Gary Hudson

SPC Ballroom Dance Club


Vanessa Moffett

SPECTRA (Gay Straight Alliance)


Brant Farrar

STAR Center Organization


Manuel Cedillo

Student Government Association


Josh Meredith

Texan Church


Kathy Nesmith

Video Production Tech


Greg Cook