Click an organization below to read a snapshot of what involvement could mean for you. Each directory contains the names of students or staff you can contact to get involved.
ACT puts into action the ideals that make up the foundation of the TMC philosophy: justice, peace, honesty, unity, community and diversity. ACT embraces the value of societal responsibility through community service.
Bringing the TMC community experience to students living off campus, Commuter Board helps commuters to stay connected with and be a part of the TMC family. Board Members plan social and recreational activities solely catered to commuting students. The Board works to ensure the “Center for the People” (TMC Commuter Lounge) gives commuters a place of their own on campus.
Van Anh Pham
CAUSE strives toward the enhancement of TMC’s multi-ethnic, multi-cultural environment. We educate UCSD students and the community about diversity, respect, and leadership. CAUSE members are also the ambassadors of TMC, hosting college tours to elementary and junior/senior high school students each quarter.
Graduation Committee is responsible for recommending the keynote and student speakers, and for nominating the outstanding senior and faculty member to be recognized at Commencement. Committee members also plan Senior Appreciation week. Both TMC students and staff serve on the Grad Committee.Advisor:
In keeping with the spirit of Thurgood Marshall College, the J Board provides information to students regarding campus legal services and the Student Conduct Code. J Board serves as a fair and impartial peer hearing body for non-academic misconduct charges within TMC. Members are interviewed and selected by current board members.
Each year, LC3 plans and hosts the multicultural festival, Cultural Celebration, opening a doorway to different world cultures for UCSD students and the entire San Diego community. Comprised of various committees (entertainment, logistics, vendors, publicity, etc.) and working alongside TMC staff, LC3 puts on one of the most fun and educational events of the year.
Officially, MAC is the programming board of TMC. Unofficially, MAC dedicates itself to making sure TMC students relax and reconnect after studying so hard. MAC plans Study Breaks, DOC BBQs, the Haunted House, the TMC Semi-Formal and anything that gets students up and about Thurgood Marshall College.
The quarterly student publication of TMC, The Sword and The Robe, consisting of articles, poetry, art, short stories and photography created by Marshall students capturing student perspectives. Each volume’s content ties into a central theme relating to the TMC philosophy and issues like social justice, cultural awareness and public service. Involvement ranges from staff editors to layout designers to student contributors.
Marshall Spirit Crew uses UCSD athletics to promote Triton spirit, exciting students about their university. MSC also promotes UCSD athletics through pregame tailgaters, the annual UCSD Spirit Night and sporting activities throughout the year. MSC wants to make sure students always have somebody to go with to games.
Justin Glover, email@example.com
Each spring quarter starts with brainstorming and by fall quarter the Committee hits the ground running. In eight weeks, the various subcommittees (games & rides, food & vendors, publicity, donations & finance, entertainment) coordinate to put on the ultimate college festival. This carnival and concert culminates Thurgood Marshall Week each November.
Giving all TMC residential students a special place to share their voice, SCORE acts as a resoruce to channel student's ideas and turning it into a last impact for present and future students. Taking action in three areas: culture, conservation, and philanthropy, members strive uphold the philosophy of knowing, checking, and being you to bring about a safe and enjoyable home away from home.
Shane Moise, firstname.lastname@example.org
TMC Student Council is the student representative body for the Marshall community. TMCSC;advocates on behalf of TMC students through appointments to various campus and college committees. TMCSC is also responsible for allocating funds to other TMC and campus organizations looking for support. TMCSC strives to fulfill the TMC philosophy, to contribute to the UCSD community, and to encourage others to do the same.
Victoria Kerba Miller, email@example.com
Since 1996 this organization has been producing high quality video for both television, film, and screen. TMTV is a completely student-run station attracting all undergraduate students, especially students of TMC. With opportunities for filming, editing, writing, website creation and more, there is a little something for everyone. Located in the lower level of Fireside lounge, TMTV has its own home and its own station crew. Video productions from TMTV may be viewed primarily on You Tube and the UCSD TMTV Facebook page. Check out the Facebook page for more info.
Mitchelle Greenlee, firstname.lastname@example.org
TRES is dedicated to serving and advocating the unique needs of the transfer and re-entry student community at TMC. It seeks to promote involvement and provide a forum to network with other students through various educational, cultural, and social events. Check out the community on the TRES Facebook group.