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.
To integrate the general student body in activities sponsored by the biology club.
Contact: Natalia GalloBusiness Club
The purpose of this club is to promote social events and networking.
Contact: Justine SauzaChemistry Club
Create a social group to provide for student body.
Contact: Duyen DoanCommunications Club
To provide students with the opportunity to get involved and socialize with other students.
Contact: Janae BowmanEducation Club
To provide social connection among education majors and friends.
Contact: Abby Everett and Christy SolisHistory Club
To peak an interest in history and culture.
Contact: Kenneth McKelviePre-Law Society
To foster interest for students in the pursuit or curiosity of law.
Contact: Gerry FailanoPre-Med/Pre-Dent Club
To expose students to the Medical and Dental field and provide guidance.
Contact: Soungmin Cho and Sam HanPre-Pharmacy Club
To provide fellowship information for Pre-Pharmacy students.
Contact: Sarah KimPsychology Club
To raise money to attend the Western Psychological Association.
Contact: Brittany HittleSigma Tao Delta
Literacy and Literature enhancement and discussion.
Contact: Gisella NavarroSocial Work Club
To provide social services towards the community and fundraising.
Contact: Sarai Ortiz-Bocio
Human rights advocacy and education.
Contact: Jonathan ChowREVO
To fundraise and raise aware awareness for a worthy cause.
Contact: Evelyn MarquezThaumatrope
Transforming the young adults of today into catalysts of change for tomorrow through global awareness, service towards others, and realization of God’s purpose and passion for other’s lives.
Contact: Lauren Chang
To introduce Asian culture to the student community and create a fun-loving environment for students.
Contact: Jacqueline ChenBlack Student Union
Aims to provide social and spiritual fellowship among students of all races while emphasizing African-American, Afro-Caribbean, and African culture.
Contact: Noelle MorganHawaiian Club
Promoting the Aloha spirit through fellowship and Hawaiian cultural activities.
Contact: Marcus UechiKASA (Korean Adventist Student Association)
The goal of KASA is to strengthen the bonds among students.
Contact: Seong HwangMabuhay Filipino Club
To foster an appreciation for Filipino culture and grow in our faith.
Contact: Bethany CostaSOL Club (Students Organization of Latinos)
To promote Hispanic heritage in a way that integrates the surrounding community of students.
Contact: Juan Hidalgo
To promote and enhance the aviation community and to benefit the students involved.
Contact: Dan DujmovichDebate Club
To enhance communication skills.
Contact: Andrew Jason “AJ” MahinayEPIC (Engaging People In Christ)
A club created to assist in social, spiritual, and ministerial events.
Contact: Angel RiveroJiu Jitsu Club
The purpose of this club is to relax and exercise.
Contact: Aerik Riggs
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