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Sociology Club

About the Sociology Club

The Sociology Club is an organization set-up by the students. The Club is designed as a place for students to meet and discuss anything to do with their courses, sociology, and society in general. We find that our sociology students are all interested in making a difference in society and as such like to work through ideas and proposals to help in the community in a number of ways. One of the ways that the students help the TXWes community is to help run the food pantry on campus and organize the annual Food  Drive.

Within our local community of Rosedale and PolyHeights we work in concert with the Home Owners Association (HOA) and help organzie the Commnity Expo, bringing together organizations with resources together with our local residents who may be in need of them. We seek to take civic responsibility. Our goal is to learn about and act on popular social issues that affect vulnerable groups in our community. We encourage all students, faculty and community members to take civic responsibility by staying informed.

As a student-run organization, we decide what events and community projects to participate in over and above the ones we have planned and started like the Food Pantry and the Community Expo.  

Meet the Officers

  • President Elizabeth Lloyd. Contact the president at
  • Vice Kollyn Payne. Contact the VP at
  • Treasurer Lindsey Bishop. Contact the treasurer at

The Sociology Club meets regularly in PUMC. Please ask one of the officers about the next meeting. If you are not a sociology major but interested in working with us in the community please do join us, you are welcome!


How do I join?

Joining the Sociology Club is easy. There are no requirements or membership dues. All you have to do is email the president of Sociology Club and get on the email list. Then you're ready to start helping your community.

Want to talk to an advisor? Contact Professor Alison Simons at, or Professor Tom Guffey at