Getting involved on the Blinn College Campus is one of the best things you can do with your time outside of the classroom. Join one of the many organizations we have to offer, find a way to improve your leadership skills, and learn about how you can give back to the larger community via service.

Whatever it is that you want to do, we are here to help you find it!

The following is a list of student organizations on the Brenham Campus:


The Student Government Association seeks to gather ideas and share feedback with the Blinn College Administration. In addition, they work to impart leadership training on all Blinn College students though volunteering, leadership training, and informal discussions.
If you are an Ag Student, this is the club for you. Officially, this group exists to promote leadership and fellowship amongst the students that are in the Agriculture program at Blinn College District. This is done by providing programming to the campus community and getting involved in a number of activities in the community to give students a chance to practice the skills they are working on in the classroom.
We are a Spirit-empowered, diverse community of believers on university campuses, declaring in word and lifestyle our faith in Jesus Christ, equipped to fulfill our purpose in God's global plan.

Do you have a passion to sing? If so, the Blinn College Choir club is worth checking out! This group works to promote the existence and welfare of the Blinn College choirs and helps to promote their activities to the community at large.

Delta Psi Omega, the national theatre honor society, is an academic fraternity organized for the purpose of providing acknowledgement to those demonstrating a high standard of accomplishment in theatre, as well as providing a wider fellowship for those interested in two-year college theatre.

The purpose of The Distinguished Gentlemen is to be an organization that helps build the only lasting brother hood of Blinn College. Their goal is to reach out to young boys and girls and advise them on how to live their lives in a manner that upholds integrity and self-respect. This is achieved through community service, civic projects and working with existing organizations in the community.

The purpose of the Blinn Engineering Club-Brenham Campus, shall be the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and professionalism in the field of engineering, and the cultivation of fellowship among students within engineering.

Members of the Future Vocational Nurses Association work to promote and provide high quality health care to the local community. Being a member of this organizations gives those currently in the Nursing program a chance to practice their skills, meet others in the community, and practice good citizenship.

Members of the Future Vocational Nurses Association work to promote and provide high quality health care to the local community. Being a member of this organizations gives those currently in the Nursing program a chance to practice their skills, meet others in the community, and practice good citizenship.

The purpose of the Gaming Society is to play games, including video, card, and table-top, and to socialize with people with similar interests.

The purpose of Kappa Kappa Psi is to promote the existence and welfare of the college and university bands, honor outstanding band members through membership, and foster a close relationship between college bands and promote a high average of attainment by the performance of good music.

When a group of people join together, roll up their sleeves and take action on projects to make their community better, it’s a beautiful thing—and an incredible feeling for everyone involved. That’s Lions. Being a Lion is about leading by example, building relationships and improving the world through kindness. It’s how caring men and women serve together so they can make an even greater impact and change more lives.

Members of the MEDS club seek to promote a better understanding of medical and health careers by inviting speakers to share their wisdom with the group, hosting blood drives, volunteering, and visiting relevant health-related organizations to learn about their functions and getting a sense of the settings where they may work in the future.

The purpose of the Multicultural Student Association is to foster diversity through the coordination of events, fundraisers, and community service. The Multicultural Student Association works toward this goal by bringing different cultures together and exhibiting the true meaning of multiculturalism.

Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society made up students who have completed at least 12 hours of associate degree coursework at Blinn College, have maintained a 3.45 GPA (or 3.25 once 24 hours have been completed), and possess recognized qualities of citizenship. The purpose of the Beta Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Blinn College, Brenham, Sealy, and Schulenburg campuses, is the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of these campuses. Events and meetings are open to all members of the Blinn Community.

The purpose Refined Ladies is to positively impact and influence the young women of Blinn College, to develop their full potential in their individual careers, relationships, education, and overall lifetime goals. The Refined Ladies work on community service projects on campus and in the community as part of the leadership and service goals of the organization.

The purpose of Sigma Kappa Delta shall be to confer distinction upon outstanding students of the English language and literature in undergraduate studies.

The USITT-Blinn College club is dedicated to promoting theatre design, technology, and education for all students. We are associated with the international organization, The United States Institute for Theatre Technology, and SWUSITT, the Southwest Regional organization.  At Blinn College, we learn by doing - working with the Technical Theatre Arts Program in researching, preparing, and running the technical theatre areas for the Performing Arts Series at the O’Donnell.  Each year, we attend the SWUSITT Winter Symposium, held over MLK Weekend at various colleges and universities throughout the Region.  At the Symposium, students attend workshops, learn from keynote speakers and equipment vendors, sit for portfolio and resume reviews, and eligible students enter the Design/Tech Competition for an opportunity to win glory and prizes.  To learn more and receive notifications of meetings and stage work schedules, text @usitt to 81010.
The purpose of the club is for students to experience health and relaxation benefits of a safe yoga practice.


SLA Office: F 104
LOCATION: Student Center room 111
PHONE: 979-830-4558

To find out more, contact the office of Student Leadership and Activities in the Student Center room 113 (Northwest Corner of the building), email (, or call 979-830-4180.