Club Staff

Get involved in campus life by joining an SSCC student club! You'll make new friends and gain valuable organizing and planning skills.

Types of Clubs

  • Academic Honor Fraternity - groups associated with a particular major or subject area. Membership is by invitation only.
  • Activity - variety of groups assembled to pursue a particular interest
  • Cultural - groups that organize to support, educate, and inform others about a specific cultural group or traditions (i.e. Chinese Student Association, Somali Student Association)
  • Curriculum - groups associated with a specific department, major, or subject area, membership is open to all those interested
  • Leadership Organizations - groups that have an affiliation with a nationally recognized organization
  • Religious - groups affiliated with a particular belief system or denomination
  • Service - groups interested in providing service to the community at-large
  • Social Action - groups bringing awareness to a particular issue and providing opportunities for social interaction based on similar interests

Why Start a Club?

  • Share your interest with other students
  • Develop your leadership skills
  • Work as a team and contribute to group efforts
  • Be an effective participant in the community
  • Learn valuable social & professional skills

Start Your Club:

  1. Pick up a New Club Application in the Club Center (JMB 142) during the first four weeks of Fall & Winter quarters.
  2. Ask a faculty or staff member to serve as your advisor for the complete academic year.
  3. Formulate the constitution and bylaws of your club.
  4. Return the forms and application to the Student Club Center Coordinator.
  5. Schedule an appointment to present your club application the Student Club Center Advisory Committee.
  6. You have a club.


For more information, please contact the Club Center Coordinator, Osure Brown, at, Office: 206.934.5330


Jerry Brockey Student Center
(JMB 142) Club Center


Monday - Thursday:
12 pm to 5 pm

10 am to 4 pm