Student organizations based on interests, culture, and areas of study engage in a variety of activities throughout the year. Some require dues or have requirements for membership; others are open to anybody and everybody. To learn more about clubs, or to find out about starting your own student organization, contact Student Services at extension 7362.
College Sponsored Student Activity Request
Use this form for off-campus Student Activities.
Petition to Organize a New Club
Use this form to organize a new club.
Fundraising Request Form
Use this form to request an authorized fundraising event.
The purpose of Biology club is to promote the study and appreciation of biology.
Contact: Queenie Vo and Brandon PainterBusiness Club
Business club fosters networking among students and faculty.
The purpose of this club is to promote the ongoing learning of chemistry as well as to facilitate student interactions and events.
Contact: Andrew ZimmerlyHistory Club
The History club promotes and supports students interested in history.
Contact: Heather GarciaMainframe
The purpose of this club is to encourage socialization and engagement of computer science majors.
Contact: Andres OrellanaMath and Physics Club
This club promotes the knowledge of math and physics to the student body community.
Contact: Kieffer BacaniPre-Law Society
The Pre-Law Society serves as a supportive community providing information and guidance to members with resources such as law related activities, information about law schools and the application process, LSAT preparation sessions, seminars and other educational events from people in the profession, and genuine connections with fellow members. Open to all students interested in law. Recommended for Pre-Law students.
Contact: Michael LawrencePre-Med/Pre-Dent Club
The Pre-Med/Pre-Dent Club provides information for and prepares pre-professional students going into medicine or dentistry through workshops and presentations. This club also provides various volunteer opportunities.
Contact: Kunal Patel and Phillip HaPre-Pharmacy Club
The purpose of this club is to create and build a community of pre-pharmacy students, cooperate to be well-informed with the pharmaceutical field, and to provide outreach opportunities.
Contact: Tony Sung-Jin JooPsi Chi/Psychology Club
To promote the study of psychology and support those pursuing careers in psychology.
Contact: Jennifer PattenSigma Tao Delta English Honors Society
This club was created for students to “love literature together.”
Contact: Brandon SinghSocial Work Club
This club aims to serve the student body and the community.
Contact: Erica McCrayTheology Club
The purpose of this club is to create fellowship and community within the department while serving others.
Contact: Autumn Hunter Duarte
Amnesty International spreads awareness of global and social injustices.
Contact: Guadalupe ArambulaGreen Club
The purpose of this club is to get PUC campus and surrounding community involved in the improvement of the health of the environment.
Contact: Daniel StoppelmoorREVO
REVO raises funds for charity.
Contact: David Sur
A student club created to encourage Asian student interaction on campus.
Contact: Byron LeeBlack Student Union
This club aims to provide social and religious fellowship to students of all races, while emphasizing African-American culture on campus.
Contact: Selina BreshersHawaiian Club
The purpose of this club is to promote the ‘Aloha spirit’ at PUC through club activities.
Contact: Cameron MullerKorean Adventist Student Association
A student club organized to facilitate fellowship between Korean Adventists.
Contact: Dominic HwangMabuhay Filipino Club
The purpose of this club is to promote interest in positive Filipino culture (such as cohesiveness in times of need, loyalty, and friendship), as well as to provide involvement opportunities for outreach ministries.
Contact: Jose AlveroSOL Club (Students Organization of Latinos)
SOL Club unites Latinos and any other ethnicity!
Contact: Geovany Siguenza
The purpose of this club is to foster fellowship and growth in Christ.
Contact: Arielle Medina
The purpose of this club is to teach students ASL, about deaf culture, and to facilitate relationships with the deaf community.
Contact: Lillian HufmannAngwin Flyers
The purpose of this club is to provide a place for aviation enthusiasts to share their passion.
Contact: Bryan SoderblomChess Club
The purpose of Chess Club is to create a venue for people to learn and play chess.
Contact: Robert Kalani BerryEnactus
Enactus aims to provide social entrepreneurship.
Contact: Abigayle AceronLyrical Connection
The purpose of this club is to spread the love of music to all students and faculty.
Contact: Erin WilliamsM.U.S.I.C (Music Uniting Students In Christ)
M.U.S.I.C club brings students together via various musical venues and a common, shared love of music.
Contact: Emilio RovalinoThe Debate Society
The purpose of this club is to develop writing skills for the workplace, to expand argumentative skills, and to create a debate team.
Contact: Kareem ElsaadiWorld Missions Club
The purpose of this club is to empower and inform potential student missionaries, support current student missionaries, and recharge and reintegrate returned student missionaries.
Contact: Metelleklang Iyechad
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