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:
- Pick up a New Club Application in the Club Center (JMB 142) during the first four weeks of Fall & Winter quarters.
- Ask a faculty or staff member to serve as your advisor for the complete academic year.
- Formulate the constitution and bylaws of your club.
- Return the forms and application to the Student Club Center Coordinator.
- Schedule an appointment to present your club application the Student Club Center Advisory Committee.
- You have a club.
For more information, please contact the Club Center Coordinator, Osure Brown, at Osure.Brown@seattlecolleges.edu, Office: 206.934.5330