Navarro College promotes a variety of activities that supplement the learning experience of the classroom environment. These activities offer students the opportunity to develop leadership skills, experience team building and simply have fun while at Navarro.
The Office of Student Life at Navarro College seeks to provide a co-curricular learning experience by providing educational opportunities outside the classroom and parallel to the student’s academic career. Student activity events are coordinated regularly to promote educational, cultural, social, and recreational opportunities. All Navarro College students are encouraged to participate. These activities offer students the opportunity to develop leadership skills, experience team building, and simply have fun while at Navarro College. For more information on how to get involved or to find out how to help with these activities, please contact the Office of Student Life located in Gibson Hall on the Corsicana Campus or call (903) 875-7570.
List of Student Organizations
There are many reasons why students should join a student organization.
1. Having the college experience.
2. Increasing awareness of what is happening.
3. Gaining personal growth in career, social skills, and service.
4. Joining a club is easy and makes life at NC more rewarding, stimulating, and fun.
Below is a list of our active organizations. Find one that suits you within that category.
Student organizations active at Navarro College include honors, professional, social service and religious groups. Each organization is recognized through the Student Government Association. Students can contact the Director of Student Life/Student Activities, at (903) 875-7570 or individual club advisors for more information about any of the organizations listed under Student Life on the Navarro College website. Students wishing to create a new organization on campus may obtain a petition form with guidelines from the Office of Student Life.
If you don’t see a club that interests you, you might want to consider starting your own. Find other NC students who share your interests and then consult with the Student Life Director before starting the new club process.
The Office of Student Life provides leadership to the Student Government Association (SGA), serving as a liaison between faculty/staff and students, providing a voice for the student body, and recommending state legislation affecting community college students across the state. The Corsicana SGA meets during the fall and spring semesters every Monday at 4:30 p.m. in the Cook Center Meeting Room. These meetings are open to all Navarro College students.
The Game Room in the Gibson Hall Student Center features billiards, ping-pong, a variety of table games and televisions for student access. The intramural fields also are available when classes or teams are not using them.
Navarro College has an active program of intramural sports for both men and women. Seasonal team events are offered throughout the academic year such as basketball, football, softball, soccer, volleyball and many more. Leadership opportunities and teamwork development are the main goals of this department. The intramural office is located in the Gibson Hall Student Center. For more information, contact the Intramural Director/Assistant Director of Residence Life at (903) 875-7545.
Intercollegiate Sports Navarro fields regionally recognized and nationally ranked intercollegiate athletic programs for men in football, basketball and baseball; for women, volleyball, softball, soccer and a coed cheerleading squad. Student who desire to participate should contact the coach in the sport of his/her interest.
Student Appreciation Evening
The Student Government Association sponsors the annual Student Appreciation Evening to honor students and their campus organizations for outstanding participation and involvement in the year’s activities. Banquet highlights include presentations of Club of the Year, Advisor of the Year, and the Top Dawg Award for student involvement and leadership. The evening often takes place at the Cook Education Center.
Gibson Hall Student Center
Gibson Hall Student Center on the Corsicana Campus strives to provide facilities and services that promote a sense of community, support student development through leadership and employment opportunities, and encourage the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle to a diverse student population. The Student Center is equipped with a gym, laundry facilities, game room, mail room, and atrium with computers, study rooms, wellness fitness area with cardio and weight equipment and more. The Student Center is open to all Navarro College students, faculty and staff. For more information on availability and guidelines, students can contact the Coordinator of the Gibson Hall Student Center.