Clubs & Organizations

The Associated Student Government provides students with the opportunity to get involved with clubs and organizations. Clubs at Treasure Valley encompass a wide range of cultural, spiritual, recreational, academic, and community based interests. With the assistance of the Student Programs Department, any student has the ability to join an existing club, or form a new one.  

Clubs and organizations are a great way to connect with fellow students, and allow you to be actively involved on campus and in the community. Students who are willing to join or start a club experience leadership development, attain personal growth skills, and teamwork. The Clubs Center is located in the Weese Building (room 102). Come see us today!


Want to get involved? Want to start a new club on campus?
Contact the Clubs and Organizations Center at 541-881-5791 for information about joining or starting a club.

Cowboy Christian Fellowship

Cowboy Christian Fellowship is focused on achieving the TVCC mission statement through teaching and application of God’s word. The definition of "success" is the achievement of something desired, planned and attempted.  It is CCF's mission to provide a rodeo bible camp atmosphere where students can align their desires, plans and attempts with God's Word as they seek success in the equine, ranching or rodeo industries. Visit the TVCC Equine page for more info:

Campus Christian Fellowship

Campus Christian Fellowship meets in Room 216 (Caldwell campus), on Wednesdays for fellowship, service projects, prayer and Bible study. We sponsor Shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child in the fall, and in the spring a Student Art Show is held to benefit local community organizations. Mrs. Linda Varnes and Mrs. Jayne Forwood oversee the fellowship time. Everyone is welcome to join us.