PUC Life Now

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PUC Awarded at College Media Association Convention

In the midst of dead week, a group of PUC faculty and students had the opportunity to attend the College Media Association Spring Convention in New York City on March 11-14.

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34th Annual Career Day Emphasizes Service

Pacific Union College hosted its 34th annual Career Day on Thursday, March 5, welcoming professionals from a variety of fields such as business administration, psychology, social work, and education.

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Nursing Students and Wellness Program Present Health Fair

A group of Pacific Union College’s bachelor’s in nursing partnered with the college’s Wellness Program to present a health fair aimed at increasing the awareness and health of PUC students.

PUC Life

Campus Clubs

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.

Academic

Biology Club

The purpose of this club is to provide fellowship and spiritual renewal for those interested in biology and to foster that intent in the study of life.

Contact: Sophia Kwon

Business Club

The purpose of the Business club is to promote social events and networking.

Contact: Kellen Robinson and Alicia Joy Nieb

Chemistry Club

The purpose of this club is to provide chemistry lovers with fun activities in a Christian environment.

Contact: Lacy Koktavy

Engineering Club

The purpose of the Engineering Club is to encourage a high level of interest into the engineering field. 

Contact: Bryan Camacho

History Club

The History club aims to promote and foster students’ interest in history.

Contact: Vamsi Vemireddy

Ichthus Club

The purpose of this club is to provide ministry opportunities for religion and theology students as well as a place where theology is studied and discussed.

Contact: Boris Reyes

Pre-Law Society

The Pre-Law Society aims to be a supportive community to those interested in law.

Contact: Michael Lawrence

Pre-Med/Pre-Dent Club

The Pre-Med/Pre-Dent Club aims to provide information and resources to assist students in preparation for graduate school.

Contact: Jose Alvero and Clifford Young

Pre-Pharmacy Club

The purpose of this club is to provide pre-pharmacy students a place their future career.

Contact: Sarah Kim  

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club aims to provide academic, professional, and spiritual development for psychology majors.

Contact: Brooke Manley

Sigma Tao Delta English Honors Society

This is an English Honor Society establishment.

Contact: Nathan Shuey

Social Work Club

The purpose of this club is to provide service.

Contact: Alexandra Benoit

Civic

Amnesty International

The purpose of this club is to advocate human rights.

Contact: Charles De Guzman

Enactus

Enactus aims to enable progress through entrepreneurial action.

Contact: Arve Lloren

REVO

REVO is a non-profit club, created to fundraise money for a specific cause.

Contact: Amos Kim

Cultural

Asian Student Association

The purpose of this club is to make lifelong friends, create memories, grow spiritually with fellow students, and educate others about Asian traditions.

Contact: Caitlin Terukina

Black Student Union

BSU aims to provide social and spiritual fellowship among students of all races while emphasizing African-American, Afro-Caribbean, and African culture.

Contact: Selina Breshers

Korean Adventist Student Association

This is a Christ centered club where Korean culture can be embraced and celebrated.

Contact: Sarah Lee

Mabuhay 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 Alvero and Rashelle Azuala

SOL Club (Students Organization of Latinos)

The purpose of this club is to involve students in activities where they have fun and fellowship.

Contact: Elizabeth Mendoza

Special Interest

American Sign Language

The purpose of this club is to teach students ASL, about deaf culture, and to facilitate relationships with the deaf community.

Contact: Lillian Hufmann

Angwin Flyers

Angwin Flyers aims to promote and enhance the aviation community and to benefit the students involved.

Contact: Ethan Larson

Chess Club

The Chess Club aims to provide chess games and learning tactics as well as the chance to socialize for students.

Contact: Kelly O’Connor

Creative Writing Club

The purpose of this club is to foster a community of writers, thinkers, and free spirits.

Contact: Jonathan Chow

Dramatic Arts Society

The purpose of this club is to promote the art of theatre and stage for students, by students.

Contact: Gena Lee

Film Club

The Film club aims to inspire and support the film community while fostering an artistic and spiritual atmosphere through film at PUC.

Contact: Jonathan Thall

Ju Jitsu

The purpose of this club is to teach the esoteric principles of Ju Jitsu.

Contact: Aerik Riggs

M.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 Rovalino

The Debate Society

The purpose of the Debate Club is to expand members’ skill set in the fields of communication and debate.

Contact: Kareem Elsaadi