Student clubs are a great way to make new friends, explore your interest and develop new skills. For more information on meeting locations and times, stop by the Student Life Office.
|Armed Forces Club||Inter Club Council (ICC)|
|BBE Club ( Black, Beautiful + Educated Club)||International Student Club|
|Black Student Union Club||IT (Information Technology Club)|
|Christians on Campus Club||La Raza Student Union|
|COMPASS Club|| Muslim Student Association|
|COPA Club||Puente Club|
|Gaming Guild Club (Gaming Club)||Rainbow Movement Club|
|Gang of Brothers Club||SACNAS Club|
|Health + Human Services Club||Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Club (SHIPE club)|
|View and download club resources and forms.|
How to Form a Club
If you are one of a group of students with similar interests and you would like to form an official campus club:
- Please download and complete the Student Club Charter Packet.
- When the necessary forms have been completed, please have your Club Advisor email them to Student Life Coordinator Joel Nickelson-Shanks at email@example.com.
For any questions, comments or concerns please contact Associated Student Union Inter-Club Council Vice President of Clubs Jose Arebalo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
**An official Club handbook is distributed to each authorized club. All clubs must meet certain requirements to be recognized as official campus clubs.**