Clubs and Organizations, past and present
To give students a place to sing socially, utilizing their voices in many different ways. This club is just forming and looking for participation. If interested, please contact Amanda Giles.
You don’t need to be an art major to participate in this club; you simply need to have an interest in photography, studio art, sculpture, graphic art and art history. It’s about sharing ideas, personal materials and inspiration. Events include open mic, studio art night and gallery visits. For more information contact faculty advisor Annie Joly.
American Sign Language (ASL) Club
Learn more about the deaf community, practice and learn sign language and help to increase awareness of ASL. Please email Becky Haines for more information.
Play some pickup basketball weekly with your peers at the gymnasium in room 1033. This club is just forming and is looking for members of all skill levels. For more information, contact Amanda Giles.
Early Childhood Education Club
Share and explore experiences in promoting progressive and compassionate pathways for childhood development today that translate to healthier communities tomorrow. Faculty advisor Cynthia Shirshac.
Fiction Study Club
To explore well known works of fiction and fantasy. Faculty advisor Jakob Spjut. The club meets Wednesdays at 2:00pm in W205
Foreign Language Club
To promote an atmosphere for club members and all other students to broaden their knowledge of the Latin/Hispanic culture. Faculty advisor Elkin Espitia-Loaiza.
GI Guardians is the organization that is formed to assist Veterans and Armed Service Members in our community and our college. Faculty advisor Andy Morrison.
Phi Theta Kappa – The official community college honor society
Alpha Beta Gamma – Business
Epsilon Pi Tau – Engineering and Technology
Tau Upsilon Alpha – Human Services
This club needs more members! The purpose is to organize off-campus events that promote environmental experiences, such as hiking, kayaking, and snowboarding, and also to provide service learning experiences such as volunteer environmental cleanups along the river front, work at local food pantries and other public services that make a difference to our community. Faculty advisor John Lewis.
The purpose of the Philosophy Club is to examine and explore concepts, issues, and controversy in both Western and Non-Western philosophy, and their philosophical relations to everyday life. Faculty Advisor Mark Lowe.
This organization is comprised of students who are interested in exploring psychology, the fundamentals of the human mind, and human behavior by conducting research and attending professional conferences. Faculty advisor Ling-chuan Chu.
To explore advancements in robotic engineering by actually creating innovative, mechanical robots for regional competition. Faculty advisor Jakob Spjut. The club meets Thursdays at 3:30pm in W205
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