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 Activity Request
Use this form for off-campus Student Activities.
Verify that the student is approved to drive.
Petition to Organize a New Club
Thinking of starting up a new campus organization? Make it official with this petition form.
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: Miriam PetersenBusiness Club
Business club fosters networking among students and faculty.
Contact: Jill RichardsChemistry Club
The purpose of this club is to promote the ongoing learning of chemistry as well as to facilitate student interactions and events.
Contact: Andrew ZimmerlyCommunications Club
The purpose of this club is to increase social interaction between the Communications Faculty and students through organized social events.
Contact: Brook HiebertComputer Science Club
The purpose of this club is to help students learn about computer science.
Contact: Andres OrellanaEnactus
A group of students and academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform and shape a better, sustainable world.
Contact: Danitza MenesesHistory Club
The History club promotes and supports students interested in history.
Contact: Hollie MacomberLambda Pi Eta
A club created to contribute and enhance communication majors’ education.
Contact: Webbo ChenMath & Physics Club
The Math and Physics Club was created so that students can share a common interest in and promote math and physics.
Contact: Kieffer BacaniNursing Student Association
The NSA supports and promotes the nursing profession.
Contact: Kirsten MemmerPre-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: Beverly LauwPre-Pharmacy Club
The purpose of this club is to teach and inform others about the field of pharmacy and to give back to the community through various outreach opportunities.
Contact: Melissa YoungPsiChi / Psychology Club
Psi/Chi fosters a sense of community for psychology majors through social, academic, and spiritual activities.
Contact: Megan SmithSigma Tao Delta English Honors Society
This club was created for students to “love literature together.”
Contact: Christiana Robbins
Amnesty International spreads awareness of global and social injustices.
Contact: Tselal AbrahaCollege Democrats
The purpose of College Democrats is to support the ideals and goals of the Democratic Party.
Contact: Giovanni HashimotoREVO
REVO is a non-profit organization/philanthropic movement that raises funds for and awareness of developing communities.
Contact: Kristianne Ocampo
A student club created to encourage Asian student interaction on campus.
Contact: Nathan LeeBlack Student Union
A student club created to provide social interaction and celebrate Black heritage.
Contact: EJ OvertonKorean Adventist Student Association
A student club organized to facilitate fellowship between Korean Adventists.
Contact: Jessica LeeMabuhay 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: Gabby AlveroSOL Club (Students Organization of Latinos)
SOL Club unites Latinos and any other ethnicity!
Contact: Stephanie Yin
The purpose of the Discipleship Initiative Forum is to promote religious and theological activity across the campus.
Contact: Gresford Thomas
The purpose of this club is to teach students ASL, about deaf culture, and to facilitate relationships with the deaf community.
Contact: Alesha HeinzChess Club
The purpose of Chess Club is to create a venue for people to learn and play chess.
Contact: Kwai Kwan HuiDramatic Arts Society
DAS trains and brings together students interested in the dramatic arts.
Contact: Yoseph BurhanudinFilm Club
The purpose of this club is to allow students to watch and discuss movies together.
Contact: Chloé FultonM.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: Brennan Stokes
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