Clubs & Organizations
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of junior, technical, and community colleges. It was established in 1918 to recognize two-year college students with excellent scholarship and character.
Phi Theta Kappa was founded on a commitment to provide enrichment in four hallmarks: scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship.
Since its inception, the society has grown from a handful of chapters in Missouri to almost 1,200 chapters and 120 alumni chapters in all 50 states and abroad. Texas has approximately eighty chapters in its region. The Cisco College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is Alpha Gamma Gamma.
Global Leadership is an internationally-minded group promoting inclusiveness and service.
Come to our meetings on the Abilene Campus in Room 121 on Tuesdays from 12:35 to 1:00pm.
The Cisco College meat judging team is a member of the American Meat Science Association (AMSA). Each team member receives a student membership for participating on the judging team.
Meat judging is a scientific based event that requires hard work and dedication.
Students learn beef, pork, and lamb carcass evaluation, value based pricing, as well as cut class evaluation for pork hams, center-cut pork loins, beef ribs, beef short loins, beef full loins, and beef rounds. Students also learn yield and quality grading of beef.
The Science Club is for any student interested in science, including botany, zoology, chemistry, astronomy, and geology.
Monthly meetings are held with visiting speakers and free pizza.
We're excited to announce that the Cisco College Theater Program is once again hitting the stage! As a fun elective, or for a career path in the Performing Arts, our new Theater program won't disappoint.
Director of the Crawford Theater, Hope Hargrove, is eager to continue growing this program.
In 2015, Cisco College resurrected its student newspaper, the Wrangler Express.
Published during the Fall and Spring semesters, it informs the college, alumni, and general public about people and events at Cisco College, while fostering a positive community spirit on the two campuses.
The Cisco Band Program is a performing group that provides School Spirit, Musical entertainment and Musical Education.
Students can participate in Marching Band, Color Guard, Drum Line, Pep Band, or Jazz Band.