The SPSCC Office of Student Life is home to the college’s vibrant and eclectic collection of clubs. Below you’ll find a list of clubs on campus with contact information. For more information on clubs, or starting a new club, come visit Student Life upstairs in the Student Union Building (Building 27).
Clubs & Organizations, A-Z
Purpose: Seeks to enhance knowledge about cultures and promote overall acceptance of indivudals and group diversity at SPSCC and the greater community through anthropological research, education, and participation.
Contact: Patrick Chapman
Purpose: Helps students gain wider expereince in the automotive field outside the class room by participating in Skills USA events and competitions. The club also builds community and high school relations to further strength the link between the Automotive Program, the industry, and the community.
Contact: Steve McRavin
Black Student Union
Purpose: Strives to increase the retention rate of African American and other students of color and dismantle the stereotypes placed on African Americans and students of color.
Contact: Mychael Heuer
Purpose: Aims to provide a community of students who are like-wminded and enjoy fellowship while also successfully interating with the entire campus in a positive way.
Contact: Lynette Rushton
Purpose: Brings students a sense of community through learning different styles of dance.
Contact: Alan-Michael Alston
International Students Association
Purpose: Builds a community where both international and domestic students can learn about different cultures through educational and recreational opportunities.
Contact: Liu Yang
Latinx Student Union
Purpose: Seeks to empower and educate others about Latinx culture and traditions.
Contact: Jason Salcedo
The Maker Club
Purpose: Encourages self-discovery in a group environment in order to build new ways. Self-described techno-hippies.
Contact: Rob Danner
Medical Assisting Club
Purpose: Promotes knowledge and facilitate the education of students in the field of medical assisting above and beyond classroom experiences.
Contact: Carolyn Fuller
Moving Picture Club
Purpose: Explores the wondrous world of film and entertainment by experimenting in cinematography.
Contact: Michael Gray
Muslim Student Association
Purpose: Unites and provides an inviting social and academic environment for SPSCC students, as well as raise Islamic awareness within the campus or community. In addition, the club desires to build relationships and a sense of community on SPSCC campus.
Contact: Nausheen Kasmani
Native Student Alliance
Purpose: To build community and create support with indigenous students at SPSCC.
Contact: Yolanda Machado
Purpose: Provides a nerd-friendly environment at SPSCC by providing a space for student to engage in NERD-dy recreational activities as well as dissing topics relevant in the NERD community.
Contact: Melissa Nivala
Purpose: Facilitates the nursing profession through activities that deepen care of communities.
Contact: Jolene Stiles
Pacific Islanders Club
Purpose: Unites the people of the Pacific Island’s and educate others about our culture and traditions.
Contact: Charlie Ensminger
Purpose: Provides support to students who identity as queer on campus, and educates and builds alliance with the community.
Contact: Karama Blackhorn
Student Association of Firefighters
Purpose: Improves the educational, recreational, and social environments withint the FEST programand better prepate students for a career as a firefighter.
Contact: Ted Hendershot
Purpose: Educates students and members of the community about Japanese language and culture.
Contact: Aki Suzuki
Purpose: Helps veterans adjust to and become successful in civilian and college life.
Contact: Chris Baker
Purpose: Provides a unique experience to SPSCC by showing various welding related topics used in industry.
Contact: Daniel Main
World Religions Club
Purpose: Gives the opportunity to explore different world religions in a friendly environment that promotes diversity and equity in the student body.
Contact: James Schneider
The Writers' Circle
Purpose: Allows students to express themselves in their writing pieces.
Contact: Jennifer Berney